|Elections in California|
The 1946 California gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1946.
It is notable for the incumbent Governor, Earl Warren, being nominated by both the Republican and Democratic parties, as well as the Progressive Party. Subsequently, Warren won re-election effectively unopposed, receiving more than 90% of the vote.
The Republican primary occurred on June 5, 1946. Incumbent Governor Earl Warren won 91.10% of the vote.
|Gov. Earl Warren (Incumbent)||774,302||91.10|
|Robert Walker Kenny||70,331||8.27|
|William E. Riker||5,359||0.63|
The Democratic primary occurred on June 5, 1946. Despite being a Republican, Earl Warren won 51.93% of the vote and won the Democratic nomination.
|Gov. Earl Warren (Incumbent)||593,180||51.93|
|Robert Walker Kenny||530,968||46.49|
|A. Beldon Gilbert||9,865||0.86|
|William E. Riker||8,175||0.72|
General election results
|Republican||Earl Warren (incumbent)||2,344,542||91.64||+34.54|
|Prohibition||Henry R. Schmidt||180,579||7.06||+6.58|
|Independent||Robert Walker Kenny||1,636||0.06||N/A|
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