California Gubernatorial Election

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Maryland Gubernatorial Election, 1966
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Elections In Missouri - Gubernatorial
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Arkansas Gubernatorial Election, 1966
... State government Gubernatorial elections 1966 · 1978 · 1980 · 1982 · 1984 · 2002 · 2010 ... · 2014 State elections 2006 · 2008 · 2010 Ballot measures 2004. 1 The Arkansas gubernatorial election of November 8, 1966 was the first time since Reconstruction, when a member of the Republican Party was elected Governor ... The same year, during midterm election, Republican made some gains in the traditionally Democratic southern stronghold - including winning Governorship in Florida (also first time ...
California Gubernatorial Election, 1906 - General Election Results
1910 gubernatorial election, California Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican James Gillett 125,887 40.4 Democratic Theodore Arlington Bell 117,645 37.7 Independence League William Langdon 45,008 ...

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