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10. Counties of Williamson, Travis, Hays, Caldwell, Bastrop, Lee, Burleson and Washington.

A. S. Burleson, Dem :.. 8,103

Carl Beck, Rep 1,041

11. Counties of McLannan,. Falls, Bell, Coryell and Hamilton.

R. L. Henry, Dem 7.183

12. Counties of Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, Hood, Somervell, Earth and Comanche.

O. W. Gillespie. Dem 9,790

Miss Laura B. Payne, Soc.r 456

13. Counties of Cook, Denton, Wise, Montague, Clay, Jack, Young. Archer, Wichita, Wilbarger, Baylor, Throckmorton, Knox, Foard, Hardeman, Cottle, Motley, Dickens, Floyd. Hale, Lamn, Bailey, Childress, Hall, Briscoe, Swisher, Castro, Parmer, Deaf Smith, Randall. Armstrong, Donley, Collingsworth, Wheeler, Gray, Carson, Potter, Oldham, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman and Dallam.

J. H. Stephens. Dem 14.120

E. W. Diggs, Rep 1,295

14. Counties of Bexar, Comal, Kendall, Bandera, Kerr, Gillespie, Blanco, Burnet, Llano, Mason, McCulloch San Saba, Lampasas, Mills. Brown and Coleman.

J. L. Slayden, Dem ...,w.12,294

D. Doole, Rep 2,692

15. Counties of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, Zapata, Webb, Duval, Nueces, San Patricio, Live Oak, Atascosa, Wilson, Guadelupe. McMullen, LaSalle, Dimmit, Maverick, Zavalla, Frio, Medina, Uvalde. Kinney and Val Verde.

J. N. Garner, Dem 9,284

R. W. Moore, Rep 5.281

16. Counties of EI Paso, Jeff Davis. Presidio, Brewster, Pecos, Crockett, Schleicher, Sutton, Edwards, Kimble, Menard, Concho, Tom Green, Irion, Upton, Crane. WTard. Reeves, Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, Glasscock. Sterling, Coke, Runnels, Eastland, Callahan, Taylor, Nolan, Mitchell, Howard, Martin, Andrews. Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurrv, Fisher, Jones. Shackelford, Stephens. Palo Pinto, Haskell, Stonewall. King, Kent. Garza. Crosby, Lubbock, Lynn, Terry, Yoakum, Cochran and Hockley.

W. R. Smith, Dem 12,947

Ben Van Tuyl, Rep 702

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Democrats 31 ISO 161

People's — 2 2

STATE OFFICERS.

Governor—T. .-M. Campbell, Dem.
Lieutenant-Governor—A. B. Davidson. Dem
A ttorney-General—R. V. Davidson, Dem.
Comptroller—John W. Stephens, Dem.
Treasurer—Sam Sparks, Dem.

Commissioner of Land Office—J. J. Terrell, Dem.
Secretary of State—O. K. Shannon, Dem.
Adjutant-General—John A. Huelen, Dem.

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Population Roosevelt Parker Debfl McKinley Bryan

6458 Uintah 753 630 111.. 639 773

32456Utah 6490 4243 238.. 6698 5391

4730 Wasatch 1042 656 16.. 723 781

4612 Washington,. 718 761 6.. 409 1003

1907 Wayne 310 251 21.. 324 282

25239 Weber 6331 3108 677 . 4585 4092

Total 62444 33413 5767.. 47139 45006

Plurality... 29031 .. 2133

Percent.... 61.44 32.88 5.68.. 50.59 48.30
Scattering.. .. 1035

Total vote.. 101624 .. 93180

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CpNGRESS, 1906.

Joseph Howell, Rep 42.560

Orlando Powers. Dem f 27.021

Thomas Weir, Am 11.411

Burt, Soc 3,010

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B,

Republicans 18 38 56

Democrats — 7 7

STATE OFFICERS.

CA11 republicans.) Governor—John C. Cutler. Secretary of State—Charles S. Tlngey. Attorney General—M. A. Breeden. Treasurer—James Christiansen. Auditor—J. A. Edwards. Superintendent Public Instruction—A. C. Nelson.

VERMONT (Population in 1906, 360,373).

COUNTIES. MiOV. 1905-v—PKESIDENT1904 ,

lopuiation (14) Rep. I. D. Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc.

'Proctor. ClemenLRoosevelt. Parker. Swallow. Debs.

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Plurality... 15613 30682

Percent.... 60.14 38.03..77.97 18.84 1.53 1.65

Total vote.. 70800.. 51888

For governor in 1906 Hanson, Pro., received 733 votes; Sullivan, Soc. 512.

VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, 1904.

C. J. Bell, Rep 48,115

F H. Porter, Dein 16,566

H. F. Comings, Pro 1,175

C. E. Morse. Soc 769

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.

1. Counties of Addison, Bennington, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille and Rutland.

David G. Foster, Rep 20,660

Edwin B. Clift, Dem 8.957

W. G. Scofield, Pro 327

2. Counties of Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans, Washington, Windham and Windsor.

Kittredge Haskins, Rep 20,617

John H. Senteo, Dem 8,150

Clarence B. Wilson, Pro 310

Joseph W. Dunbar, Soc _. 368

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 30 206 236

Democrats — 35 35

Independents — 4 4

Fuslonist — 1 l

STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor—Fletcher D. Proctor.
Lieutenant-Governor—George H. Prouty.
Treasurer—J. L. Bacon.
Secretary—F. G. Fleetwood.
Auditor—Horace F. Graham.

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PopuUtiou. Swnnton LewiiRooMTeltP»rker8w»llow

11192 Princess Anne 726 157.. 109 420 2

14609 Pulaski 798 769.. 764 732 2

3344 Radford city 243 104.. 100 184 4

8843 Uappahannock 467 IIS.. 151 400 3

a>950 Richmond city......... 406 187.. 569 3749 32

7088 Richmond county.... 3083 374.. 185 377 —

21495 Roanoke City 653 411.. 506 1268 24

15837 Roanoke county 1367 455.. 427 680 44

21799 Rockbridge 939 779.. 911 996 10

33527 Rockingham 1640 1445.. 1441 1605 85

18031 Russell 1097 1326.. 1396 987 7

22)!U Scott 1303 1656.. 1773 1164 12

20258 Shenandoah 1285 1325.. 1189 1099 27

17121 Smyth 913 1191.. 1312 848 10

22S48 Southampton 975 138.. 260 924 11

9219 Spottsylvanla 409 252.. 237 330 11

8097 Stafford 463 486.. 384 301 5

7289 Staunton city 507 244.. 162 458 30

8469 Surrey 389 108.. 154 323 9

12082 Sussex 389 123.. 93 253

23384 Tazewell 733 1256.. 1462 803 4

8837 Warren 485 137.. 151 5*0 11

4888 Warwick 211 78.. 71 108 1

28995 Washington 1443 1512.. 1872 1344 10

9243 Westmoreland' 335 181.. 181 392 2

2044 Williamsburg city.... 151 43.. 37 103 2

6161 Winchester city 297 168.. 146 394 13

19653 Wise 810 1441.. 1572 897 7

20437 Wythe 1036 1366.. 138* 1065 4

7482 York ..235 68.. 69 186 2*

Total 83544 45795. .46450 80638 1382

Plurality 37749 34188

Percent 64.699 35.4135.99 62.46 1.08

Total vote 12 339 129103

For president in 1904, Watson, Peo., received 359 votes, and Corregan, Soc. Lab., 218.

FOE REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGEESS, 1906.

1. The counties of Accomac, Caroline, Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, Lancaster. Mathews, Middlesex, Northampton, Northuml>erland. Richmond, Spottsylvanla, Westmoreland and city of Fredericksburg.

William A. Jones, Dem 5,773

R. S. Bristow, Rep '. 1,294

2. The counties of Charles City, Elizabeth City,
Isle of Wight, James City, Nunsemond, Norfolk,
Princess Anne, Southampton, Surrey, Warwick,
York, and the cities of Newport News, Norfolk,
Portsmouth and Williamsburg.

Harrv L. Maynard, Dem 4.358

Floyd Hughes, Rep 1,489

3. The counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, King William, New Kent and the cities of Richmond and Manchester.

John Lamb, Dem 3.908

George A. Hanson, Lily White Rep 639

J. B. Johnson, Rep 196

4. The counties of Amelia, Brunswick, Dinwiddle, Greensville, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway. Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince" George, Sussex and the city of Petersburg.

Francis R. Lassiter, Dem 2,618

C. R. Alexander, Rep >

5. The counties of Carroll, Floyd, Franklin, Grayson, Henry, Patrick, Pittsylvania nnd the city of Danville.

E. W. Saunders. Dem 6,194

John W. Simmons, Rep 5,972

6. The counties of Bedford. Campbell, Charlotte, Halifax, Montgomery, Roanoke and the cities of Lvnchburg, Radford and Roanoke.

Carter Glass, Dem 4,060

C. A. Heermans, Rep , 1,338

7. The counties of Albemarle, Clarke, Frederick, Greene, Madison, Page. Rappahannock, Rockingham, Shenandoah, Warren, and the cities of Charlottesville and Winchester.

James Hav, Dem 5.573

Fred E. Beecher, Rep 2,372

8. The counties of Alexandria. Culneper, Fairfax. Fauquier. King George. Loudoun. Louisa, Orange, Prince William, Stafford and the city of Alexandria.

John F. Rlxey. Dem 5,059

John B. Henderson, Jr., Rep 962

9. The counties of Bland, Buchanan, Craig, Dickinson, Giles, Lee, Pulaski, Russell, Scott. Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, Wythe, and the city of Bristol.

Campbell Slemp, Rep 13,798

Robert P. Bruce, Dem 11,757

10. The counties of Alleghany, Amherst, Appomattox, Augusta, Bath, Botetourt, Buckingham, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Highland, Nelson, Rockbridge and the cities of Buena Vista and Staunton.

H. D. Flood. Dem 5,962

Emmett D. Gregory, Rep 2,694

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Democrats S5 85 120

Republicans 5 15 20

STATE OFFICEES.

Governor—Claude A. Swanson, Dem.
Attorney-General—W. A. Anderson, Dem.
Secretary—D. Q. Eggleston. Dem.
Treasurer—A. W. Harman, Dem.

WASHINGTON (Population in 1906, 614,625).

Counties. .—President 1904—,

Population (36) Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc.

In 1900. Roosevrlt.Parker.Swall01r.neb3

4810 Adams 1138 548 30 41

8366 Asotin 747 227 12 31

15124 Chehnlis 2589 624 76 460

3931 Chelan 1248 372 26 49

5003 Clallam 903 273 - 125

13419 Clarke 2436 615 134 257

7128 Columbia 1089 482 39 37

7877 Cowlitz 1589 317 40 91

4926 Douglas 1722 577 28 61

4562 Ferry 511 297 4 102

486 Franklin 572 223 9 12

3918 Garfield 777 267 19 35

1870Island 424 83 15 66

5712 Jefferson 902 283 6 38

110053 King 20434 5266 597 2126

67ti7Kitsap 1736 320 85 329

9704 Kittitas 1787 523 78 291

6407 Klickitat 1370 362 69 124

15157 Lewis 3098 8% 129 251

119(19 Lincoln 2472 1004 45 107

3810 Mason 661 3*6 17 19

4689 Okanogan 1192 435 9 98

5983 Pacific. 1354 258 16 122

55516Pierce 97T3 2361 312 1102

2928 San Juan 654 113 23 67

14272 Skagit 3051 880 82 284

1688 Skamania 297 61 6 68

23950 Snohomish 6025 1405 252 592

57542 Spokane 10258 2602 335 944

10-43 Stevens 2:169 872 42 393

9927 Thurston 2121 668 48 234

2819 Wahkiakum 473 101 7 63

18680 Walla Walla 2824 956 55 56

24116 Whatcom 5110 1174 273 693

25360 Whitman 4090 1519 178 317

13462 Takima 3484 929 133 358

Total 10154028098 3229 10023

Plurality 73442

Percent 69.95 19.36 2.22 6.90

Totalvote 145151

For president in 1904 Watson, Peo., received 669 and Corregan, S. L., 1,592 votes.

FOB REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.

Wesley L. Jones,* Rep 71,656

Francis W. Cushman,* Rep.„ 71,921

William. E. Humphrey,* Rep 71,353

William Blackman, Dem 31.811

Patrick S. Byrne. Dem 30,689

Dudley Eshelman, Dem 30,369

•Elected.

STATE OFFICERS.

Governor—Albert E. Mead. Rep.

Secretary—Sam N. Nichols. Rep.

Treasurer—George G. Mills. Rep.

Auditor—C. W. Clausen. Rep.

Attorney-General—John D. Atkinson. Rep.

Sup't of Public Instruction—R. B. Bryan, Rep.

Commissioner of Public Lands—E. W. Ross, Rep.

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 38 88 126

Democrats 4 6 10

WEST VIRGINIA (Population in 1906,1,076,406).

COUNTIES. . PRESIDENT 1904 ,

Population (55) Rep. Dem. Soc. Pro.Peo.

in 1900. Roosevelt Parker DebsSwallowWataon

14198 Barbour 1863 1584 4 66

19469 Berkeley 2548 2488 — 93 —

8194 Boone 784 912 — 16 —

18904 Braxton 2175 2324 - 62 8

7219 Brooke 1130 742 7 54 —

29252 Cabell 3778 3193 101 118 .—

10266 Calhoun 1125 1337 4 16 —

8248 Clay 1025 1058 — 59 —

13689 Doddridge 1774 1075 6 48

31987 Fayette!. 6509 3295 154 336 4

11762 Gilmer 1080 1435 — 55 —

7275 Grant 1298 312 — 22 —

20683 Greenbrier 2296 2573 — 45 —

11806 Hampshire 700 1877 — 18 63

6693 Hancock 1010 508 4 69 —

8449 Hardy 638 1284 — • 4 —

27690 Harrison 5075 2918 21 369 6

22987 Jackson... 2596 2118 1 28 —

15935 Jefferson 1308 2557 1 60 —

51696 Kanawha ... 8857 5756 290 205

lMSOLewis 2130 1621 13 191 2

15434 Lincoln 2080 1586 2 51 —

6955 Logan 670 1123 9 22 —

18747 McDowell 6225 1673 — 36 —

32430 Marion 4776 3762 58 207 12

26444 Marshall 3924 2114 171 246 —

24142 Mason 2893 2125 24 31 —

23023 Mercer 3640 2324 19 62 2

12883 Mineral 1802 1397 22 57 1

11359 Mingo 1607 1652 1 14 —

19049 Monongalia 3188 1596 26 113 —

13130 Monroe 1486 1503 — 10 —

7294 Morgan 1097 576 4 31 —

11403 Nicholas 1416 1398 — — —

48024 Ohio 7771 6133 381 127

9167 Pendleton 926 1169 — 17 —

9345 Pleasants 1130 945 2 29 —

8572 Pocahontas 1167 1130 1 49 1

22727 Preston 3935 1242 63 87

17330 Putnam 2161 1566 5 54 —

12436 Raleigh 1849 1394 5 100 8

17670 Randolph 1892 2474 2 85 —

18901 Ritchie 2622 1393 12 199 1

19852 Roane 2294 1863 — 53 —

16265 Summers 1702 1937 — 29 —

14978 Taylor 2238 1466 19 79 —

1343! Tucker 1800 1134 1 100

18252 Tyler 2308 1331 40 183

14096 Upshur 2406 826 — 103 1

23619 Wayne 2363 2449 2 35 —

8862 Webster 883 1209 — —

22S80 Wetzel 2493 2831 47 114 —

10284 Wirt 1134 1098 1 30

34452 Wood 4969 3730 49 133 —

8380 Wyoming 1093 791 — 13

Total 132608 100850 1572 4413 99

Plurality 81758

Percent 55.36 42.10 .66 1.84 .04

Totalvote 239512

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.

1. Counties of Hancock. Brooke, Ohio. Marshall, Wetzell, Marion, Harrison and Lewis.

W. P. Hubbard. Rep 19.362

T. S. Riley. Dem 15,315

W. E. Pierce, Pro 1,484

E. H. Hibbs, Lab 759

2. Counties of Monongalia, Preston, Taylor, Barbour, Tucker, Randolph, Pendleton, Grant, Hardy, Mineral, Hampshire, Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson.

George C: Sturgis, Rep 20,384

M. H. Dent, Dem 16,752

W. T. Dadisman. Pro 175

James B. Ward. Lab 727

3. Counties of Kanawha. Fayette, Summers, Monroe, Greenbrier. Nicholas, Clay, Webster, Pocahontas and Upshur.

Joseph H. Gaines. Rep 19,888

George Byrne. Dem 15.482

F. H. Montgomery. Pro 1,339

Thomas Swinburn. Lab 974

4. Counties of Tyler. Pleasants, Wood, Jackson. Roane. Braxton. Gilmer, Calhoun, Wirt, Ritchie and Doddridge,

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For governor, in 1902. Drake. Pro., received 9,647 votes; Seidel, Soc. Dem., 15,970, and Puck. S. Lab., 791.

FOB REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.

1. The counties of Green. Kenosha, Lafayette, Racine, Rock and Walworth.

Henry A. Cooper, Rep 16,226

John J. Cunningham, Dem 8,808

Moses Hull, Social Dem 1,504

2. The counties of Adams, Columbia, Dane, Green Lake, Jefferson and Marquette.

John M. Nelson, Rep 14,808

George W. Levis. Dem :12.881

William K. Dibble, Pro 724

W. A. Hall, Sr., Soc. Dem 354

3. The counties of Crawford, Grant, Iowa, Juneau, Richland, Sauk and Vernon.

James W. Murphy. Dem 14.701

J. W. Babcock. Rep 13,690

H. J. Xoyes, Pro 934

4. The 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th. 7th. 8th, 23d, 11th, 12th. 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th wards of Milwaukee; city of Wauwatosa. city of South Milwaukee, village of Cudahy, town of Lake, town of Oak Creek, town of Franklin, town of Greenfield and town of Wauwatosa, in Milwaukee county.

William J. Cary. Rep 12,231

Thomas J. Fleming. Dem 8,656

Edmund T. Melms, Soc. Dem 8,759

5. The 1st, 6th, 9th. 10th, 13th, 18th, 19th. 22d, 20th and 21st wards of Milwaukee; village of North Milwaukee, village of Whltcflsh Bay, village of East Milwaukee, town of Milwaukee, town of Granville, in Milwaukee county; Waukesha count*.

William H. Stafford, Rep 13,948

Joseph G Donnelly. Dem 8,192

Charles T. Everett. Pro 506

Albert J. Welch, Soc. Dem 8,870

6. The counties of Dodge, Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington.

Charles H. Welsse, Dem 19,444

Alvin Dreger, Rep 10,512

George G. Damrow, Soc. Dem 764

7. The counties of Buffalo. Clark. Eau Claire. Jackson, LaCrosse, Monroe, Pepin and Trempealeau.

John J. Esch. Rep 18,042

Charles F. fltlle, Dem 6.779

8. The counties of Calumet, Manitowoc, Portage. Waupaca, Waushara and Winnebago.

John H. Davidson, Rep 16.936

John E. McMullen. Dem 9,594

John J. PItz. Soc. Dem 1,103

Charles H. Forward, Pro 700

William B. MInahan. Ind 54

9. The counties of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Oconto and Outagamie.

Gustav Kuestermann. Rep 14,080

Phillip A. Badour. Dem 8.689

Joseph E. Harris, Soc. Dem 551

10. The counties of Ashland, Florence, Forest, Iron. Langlade. Lincoln, Marathon. Oneida, Price, Shawano. Taylor, Vilas and Wood.

E. A. Morse, Rep 20,228

Dennis D. Conway, Dem, 10,658

James I. Coxe, Soc. Dem 903

11. The counties of Barron, Bayfield, Burnett. Chippewa, Douglas, Dunn, Pierce. Polk, Rusk, St. Croix. Sawyer and Washburn.

John J. Jenkins, Rep 19.003

Francis J. McGuire, Dem 5,146

Charles W. Swanson, Soc. Dem 1,213

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 27 75 102

Democrats 5 20 25

Social Democrats 1 5 6

STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.) Governor—James O. Davidson. Lieutenant-Governor—William D. Connor. Secretary of State—James A. Frear. Treasurer—Andrew H. Dahl. Attorney-General—Frank L. Gilbert. State Superintendent of Schools—Charles P. Cary. Railroad Commissioner—John W. Thomas. Insurance Commissioner—George E. Bedle.

WYOMING (Population in 1905,101,816, State Census).

COUNTIES. . GOV. 1906 . PRES. 1904

Population (IB) Rep. Dem. 8oc. Pro. Rep. Dem.

In 1»6. firooka. Kebter. O'Neill. BUuM.Boownlt. fixker.

9992 Albany 1342 767 204 23.. 1682 897

8912 Big Horn... 1807 881 43 7.. 1987 724

10313 Carbon 1579 731 84 6.. 2229 962

4168 Converse... 1023 417 19 S3.. 1106 387

3831 Cook 747 363 47 3.. 983 475

5363 Fremont... 722 1271 29 11.. 1007 663

3027 Johnson.... 666 500 11 1.. 726 458

18514 Laramie.... 2533 1317 74 34.. 3006 1177

2412 Natrona.... 664 399 4 2.. 735 321

9966 Sheridan... 1411 951 201 6.. 1907 1066

7163 Sweetwater 1010 548 125 6.. 1476 464

14492 Uinta 22;i9 1075 464 9.. 2743 1413

3604 Weston 633 263 5 1.. 810 223

Total .. 16396 9483 5l0 140.. 20489 8930

Plurality. 6913 .. 11559

Per cent.. 59.99 34.69 4.79 .53.. 66.77 29.05

Total vote 27329 .. 30715

In 1904 Swallow. Pro., received 217 votes and

Debs, Soc, 1,077 vojes for president.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1906.

Frank W. Mondell. Rep 16.881

John C. Hamm, Dem 9.017

W. W. Brown, Soc 1,310

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 21 45 66

Democrats 2 5 1

STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor—B. B. Brooks.
Secretary—W. R. Schnitgar.
Treasurer—E. C. Gillette.
Auditor—Leroy Grant.
Adjutant-General—F. A. Stotzer.
Attorney-General—J. A. Van Orsdel.

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