California Gubernatorial Election, 1906 - General Election Results

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 14.4
Socialist Austin Lewis 16,036 5.1
Prohibition James H. Blanchard 7,355 2.4
Total votes 311,931 100.0%%
Republican hold Swing

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