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New York state election, 1874

The 1874 New York state election was held on November 3, 1874, to elect the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, a judge of the New York Court of Appeals, a Canal Commissioner and an Inspector of State Prisons, as well as all members of the New York State Assembly and one member[1] of the New York State Senate.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Result 2
  • Notes 3
  • Sources 4
  • See also 5

History

The Prohibition state convention met on June 23 at Auburn, New York. James L. Bagg was Temporary Chairman until the choice of Charles C. Leigh[2] as President. Myron H. Clark was nominated for Governor on the first ballot (vote: Clark 81, Horace V. Howland 27, Charles C. Leigh 9). James L. Bagg for Lieutenant Governor, Horace V. Howland for Judge of the Court of Appeals, Daniel Walford for Canal Commissioner, and Ira Bell for Prison Inspector, were nominated by acclamation.[3]

The Robert Earl 115).[4]

The

New York gubernatorial elections

See also

  • The tickets: THE STATE ELECTION.; CANDIDATES TO BE VOTED FOR TO-DAY in NYT on November 3, 1874
  • Result for Governor, Senate and Assembly: NEW-YORK ELECTIONS.; RESULTS OF THE OFFICIAL CANVASS FOR THE VARIOUS OFFICERS in NYT on November 19, 1874

Sources

  1. ^ to fill a vacancy in the 31st District
  2. ^ Charles C. Leigh, member of the State Assembly 1855
  3. ^ POLITICAL CONVENTION.; THE NEW-YORK PROHIBITIONIST STATE CONVENTION in NYT on June 24, 1874
  4. ^ REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS in NYT on September 18, 1874
  5. ^ Johnson had been appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Rufus W. Peckham, Sr. in 1873
  6. ^ THE STATE CONVENTION.; RENOMINATION OF THE WHOLE STATE TICKET in NYT on September 24, 1874
  7. ^ COCHRANE'S CONVENTION in NYT on September 30, 1874
  8. ^ James L. Bagg, a lawyer and banker from Syracuse, NY, Obit in NYT on February 13, 1901
  9. ^ Horace V. Howland, of Cayuga County
  10. ^ Ira Bell of St. Lawrence County, ran also in 1875 for Canal Commissioner

Notes

1874 state election results
Office Democratic ticket Republican ticket Prohibition ticket
Governor Samuel J. Tilden 416,374 John Adams Dix 366,065 Myron H. Clark 11,768
Lieutenant Governor William Dorsheimer John C. Robinson James L. Bagg[8]
Judge of the Court of Appeals Theodore Miller Alexander S. Johnson Horace V. Howland[9]
Canal Commissioner Adin Thayer Alexander Barkley Daniel Walford
Inspector of State Prisons George Wagener Thomas Kirkpatrick Ira Bell[10]

75 Democrats and 53 Republicans were elected for the session of 1875 to the New York State Assembly.

The seat in the New York State Senate was won by Democrat Albert P. Laning.

The whole Democratic ticket was elected, defeating all the incumbents.

Result

The Liberal Republican state convention met on September 29 at Tweddle Hall in Albany, New York. Charles Hughes was President. The convention did not nominate a ticket.[7]

[6] Canal Commissioner Alexander Barkley and Prison Inspector Thomas Kirkpatrick were re-nominated by acclamation.[5]

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