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  IL Lt. Governor
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OfficeLieutenant Governor
Type General Election
Filing Deadline December 01, 1907 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open November 03, 1908 - 06:00am Central
Polls Close November 03, 1908 - 11:00pm Central
Term Start January 03, 1909 - 12:00pm
Term End January 03, 1913 - 12:00pm
Turnout 23.76% Total Population
Contributorev
Last Modifiedev October 12, 2007 09:04pm
Data SourcesIllinois Blue Book, 1909-1910 P. 375
Description
LAST GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyRepublican Won11/08/1904
NameLawrence Yates Sherman Votes628,774 (58.88%)
Term01/03/1905 - 01/03/1909 Margin296,640 (+27.78%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyDemocratic Won11/05/1912
NameBarratt O'Hara Votes407,243 (35.67%)
Term01/03/1913 - 01/03/1917 Margin90,430 (+7.92%)
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Name John G. Oglesby Elmer A. Perry John Collins William A. Brubaker C. E. Beach Joseph Kohler  
PartyRepublican Democratic Socialist Prohibition Independence Socialist Labor  
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Certified Votes (0.00% in)602,357 (52.58%) 468,608 (40.91%) 33,202 (2.90%) 31,588 (2.76%) 8,202 (0.72%) 1,603 (0.14%)  
Margin0 (0.00%) -133,749 (-11.68%) -569,155 (-49.68%) -570,769 (-49.82%) -594,155 (-51.87%) -600,754 (-52.44%)  
Estimated Final1,204,714 (52.58%) 937,216 (40.91%) 66,404 (2.90%) 63,176 (2.76%) 16,404 (0.72%) 3,206 (0.14%)  
Predict Avg.0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%  
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