|1926||Lewis Douglas||43,725||64%||Otis J. Baughn||24,502||36%|
|1928||Lewis Douglas||Guy Axline|
|1932||Lewis Douglas||75,469||72%||H. B. Wilkinson||29,710||28%|
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