Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1914 Turnout 13.61% 0.8
Massachusetts gubernatorial election of 1914 took place on November 3, 1914. Democratic Governor David I. Walsh defeated the Republican, Samuel W. McCall, and the Progressive, Joseph Walker, and won reelection with 45.93% of the vote. Democratic primary [ edit ] Governor [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Declared [ edit ] Results [ edit ]
Governor Walsh was unopposed for re-nomination.
1914 Massachusetts Democratic gubernatorial primary  Party Candidate Votes % Democratic David Walsh 76,834 99.98% Write-in All others 19 0.02% Total votes 76,853 100.00% Republican primary [ edit ] Governor [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Declared [ edit ] Results [ edit ]
McCall was unopposed for the Republican nomination.
1914 Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial primary  Party Candidate Votes % Republican Samuel W. McCall 69,274 99.95% Write-in All others 41 0.05% Total votes 69,315 100.00% Progressive primary [ edit ] Governor [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Declared [ edit ] Results [ edit ]
Walker was unopposed for the nomination.
1914 Massachusetts Progressive gubernatorial primary  Party Candidate Votes % Progressive Charles S. Bird 4,896 99.61% Write-in All others 19 0.39% Total votes 4,915 100.00% Independents and other parties [ edit ] Prohibition Party [ edit ] Alfred H. Evans, nominee for Governor in 1913 Socialist Party [ edit ] Socialist Labour Party [ edit ] Arthur Reimer, candidate for President of the United States in 1912 and Governor in 1913 General election [ edit ] Results [ edit ]
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