Horace Boies

Horace Boies (December 7, 1827 – April 4, 1923) served as the 14th Governor of Iowa from 1890 to 1894 as a member of the United States Democratic Party. Boies was the only Democrat to serve in that position from 1855-1933.

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United States Presidential Election, 1896 - Nominations - Democratic Party Nomination
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Horace Boies - Life in Iowa
... Horace moved to Waterloo, Iowa in 1867 and opened his law office ... Boies, who was once a Republican, became a Democrat after the Republican Party began supporting prohibition and high tariffs ... In 1892, Boies ran a distant third in the presidential nominating contest at a Democratic National Convention handily dominated by former (and future ...
1892 Democratic National Convention - The Convention - Presidential Candidates
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