United States Gubernatorial Elections, 1912–1931
The Official Results by State and County
About the Book
This book is the definitive record of election results in the gubernatorial races from 1912 to 1931 for every candidate who received at least 1 percent of the total vote. It offers the reader both state and county level voting details of the highest directly elected office in the nation.
The returns are presented in two parts. The first section provides an annual summary of gubernatorial votes by year, organized alphabetically by state. The second section provides returns by county for each state’s election. Data are based on official election returns.
About the Author(s)
The late Michael J. Dubin was a retired teacher. He lived in Arizona.
Michael J. Dubin
Format: softcover (8.5 x 11)
Bibliographic Info: tables, notes, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2013
Table of Contents
County Name Changes viii
Party Abbreviations viii
Annual Summary 1
County Election Returns 17
Candidate Index 291
Book Reviews & Awards
- “A welcome addition to any US Political Science collection…the pop culture fan who wants to explore the subject further or just debate the facts will find this an interesting compendium as well”—Journal of American Culture
- “Dubin has compiled the official results by state and county of the United States Gubernatorial Elections, 1912–1931”—Reference & Research Book News.