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ARKANSAS,-Continued.

OTHER STATE OFFICERS CHOSEN. GOVERNOR

1894. 1894

-1892

Sec. State-H. B. Armistead, Dem..80,155 Counties. Rep. Dem. Pop. Rep. Dem. Pop.

Bean, Pop...

.33,010 (75.) RemBark-Whip-Fish-CarAuditor-C. B Mills, Dem.

.80,432 mel.Clarke. er. ple.back,nahan.

Nichols, Pop...

...32,844 (Chicot... 296 315 10 690 384 10

Treasurer-Ransom Gulley, Dem....78,119 Clark.... 558 1170 1103 299 1421 1468 Clay.

..30,128 350 832 283

Andrews, Pop

328 412 1173

Att'y-Gen.-E. B. Kinsworthy, Dem.80,087 Cleburne. 57 631 490 103 637 580

.33,470

Meek, Pop...
Cleveland 60 783 144 270 988 179
Columbia 290 1417 332 364 1602 214

Land Com'r-Ritchie, Dem. .......80,393 Conway.. 315 1476 325 289 1914

..33,349 Jones, Pop..

788 Craighe'd 245 943 285 162 1275 558

Agr. Com'r-W.G. Vincenheller, Dem. 79, 778 540 Crawford 706 1346

.33,033 638 1556 869

Nowlin, Pop.... Critt'den. 75 454 15 77 741 8

Sup't Pub. Inst'n.-J. Jordan, Dem. 80.523 Cross.... 282 694 78

332
805 196

...32,530

Carnnaham, Pop.. Dallas... 332 701 243 406

796 248

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Desha.... 163 502 11 174 739

13

1894. • Drew.... 718 927

546 450 1101 452 Faulkner 373 1443 1067 277 1486 1452

Rep.
Dem.

Pop. Franklin. 477 1374 275 376 1726 246 I.

No nom. McCulloch. Coffman. Fulton... 276 781 222 181 868 413

6,025 1,299 Garland.. 567 1083 226 930 1936 234

III.

No mon. Little. Norris. Grant.... 92 586 103 139 686 130

5,097

88 Greene.. 193 796 458 138 1184 710

III.

No nom. McRae. No nom. He npst'd1048 1307 206 1014 1782

5,993 Hot Spr'g 106 837 329 396

994 123
IV.

Raleigh. Terry. Cherry. Howard.. 195 919 516 195 1264 594

2,260 6,299 1,557 Indep'd'e 398 1579 1013 317 1820 1398

V.

Hunt. Dinsmore. Peel, Izard..... 215 1137 180 246 1092 353

4,976 7,530

759 Jackson.. 731 1058 103 671 1443 208

VI.

Meyers. Neill. Tanner. Jefferson, 740 1724 71 1303 1918 62

3,153 6,439

312 Johnson.. 357 1172 465 498 1384 541

1892. Lafayette 311 422 91 432 521 82

I.

Trieber. McCulloch. No nom. Lawrence 278 1158 358 371 1250 378

9,541 16,679 Lee...... 102 950 54 106 1587 379

HeartLincoln.. 171 809 227

763
802 195
II.

No nom. Breckinridge. sell. Lit. River 325 642 270 481 616 196

16,508 7,272 Logan..., 885 1429 364 1128 1591 420 III.

No nom. McRae. Rush. Lonoke... 145 1696 496 338 1991 718

17,493 Madison..1199 1248

8,197 64 1265 1419 120 IV *Birmingham. Terry. No nom. Marion... 290 836 78 302 885 69

5,910 16,630 Miller... 184 855 375 654 1143 234 V.

No nom. Dinsmore. Bryan. Miss'sippi 56 551 29 415 1001 162

13,700 Monroe... 270

10,267 620 51 432 873 165 VI.

No nom. Neill. Martin. Montg'ry. 106 603 321 126 692 279

16,594 Nevada.. 140 1026 1066

1,926 181 1201 1308 *Rep, and Ind. Newton.. 707 467 89 780

574 70 Ouachita. 790 1136 166 702 1217 147 PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT, Perry...

78 462 356 71 527 479 Phillips..

Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Total. 43 1309 3 1221 1174 47

1892. Pike.... 48

46,359 87,057 11,831 113 146,627 649 537 704 601

1888. .... 59,752 85,962 *10, 613 612 155,941 Poinsett.. 205 594 26 168 570 49

1884. 79 485 535

50,895 72,927 +1,847 84 561 741

. 125,669

1880...... 42, 436 60,775 74,079 ... 107,290 Pope. ... 407 1618 580

396 1813 604 Prairie... 218 764

*Labor, Greenback, 130 534 1049 99 Pulaski.. 695 2202 559 1294 3933 589

LEGISLATURE. Randolph 184 1384 120 244 1585 121

1894 Saline.... 128 1004

1892 275 351 1147 256 Scott..... 118

Sen.Ho.Jt.bal. Sen.Ho.Jt.bal. 903 592 85 950 873 | Republican

3 4 1 Searcy... 624 584 49 786

6 861 112 Democrats .. 31 88 119 29 85 Sebastian 936 2069 531 1006 2609

114 899 People's

9 2 Sevier... 67

9 715 480 62 815 674

11 Sharp. 119 892 303

119 901 294 St.Fr'ncis 650 723 420 704 797 581

CALIFORNIA.
Stone... 79

466
309
449 371

GOVERNOR.
Union.... 47 1368 197 77 1376 147
V. Buren 297 629 249

1894-
196 740

-1890

452 Wash'ton 990 1852 995 1011 2161 1379

Rep. Dem. Pro. Pop. Rep. Dem. White.... 414 1527 1434

Counties.

Web-Mark310 1842 1797 Woodrufr 234 1305

(54.)

Estee. Budd. Fr'ch.ster. ham. Pond 53 1003 1613 43 Yell...... 379 1236

Alameda .. 8150 6786 616 4599 9333 6274 146 463 1585 236

68 19 1 10 56 19 Total. .26085 74809 24541 33644 90115 31117 Amador ... 1172 1172 235 1333 1345 Per ct..20.55 58.91 19.31 21.54 57.70 19.92 Butte

1904 1685 128 837 2060 2141 Plurality

56471

Calaveras 1344 1154 11 326 1380 1278 T'l vote -126,986-156,186 Colusa

575 1136 60 331 1258 2243 Miller (Pro.), 1,551. Nelson (Pro.), 1,310. C. Costa... 1604 1287 293 1509 1202

Polk.....

116

Alpine .....

.... 48724

.

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... 68,344

CALIFORNIA.-Continued.

Controller-Edward P. Colgan, Rep.114,779
GOVERNOR.

Michael Meagher, Dem.... 84,220
John S. Doré, Pop....

68,450 1894

1890
H. .C. Needham, Pro..

... 8,224 Rep. Dem. Pro. Pop. Rep. Dem.

Treasurer-Levi Radcliffe, Rep.....124,976 Counties.

Web-Mark(54.)

85,119 Estee. Budd. Fr'ch.ster.ham. Pond

J. C. Castro, Dem..
Del Norte. 238 220 ....

199 220 209
J. N. Barton, Pop.

55,194 El Dorado . 1020 1048 52 488 1282 1371

W. H. Magoon, Pro..

9,211 Fresno 2302 2405 357 1952 2686 3298 | Atty-General-W. F. Fitzgerald, Glenn 492 637 29 331

Rep..

.107,870 Humboldt 1961 1436 92 1962 2410 1927 A. B. Paris, Dem..

73,66N Inyo 476 228

124
469 305

Louis Luckel, Pop.
Kern
1308 1396 69 693 1006 1361
C. P. Dorland, Pro.

10,045 Kings 696 598 93 400

Surveyor-Gen'l-M, J. Wright, Rep. 115,870 Lake 494 574 58 394 678 801 D. M. Angier, Dem.

90.489 Lassen 421 377 19 249 491 531 L. F. Bassett, Pop...

63,024 Los Angeles.... 11:56 7619 1991 4!19 10272 8194 L. Spurrier, Pro....

8,966 Madera 503 704 47 341

Supt. Public Instruction-S. Marin 1070 865 27

T. 310 1073 820

Black, Rep... Mariposa 404 489 11 240 452 619

..112,811

C. S. Smyth, Dem. Mendocino. 1538 1542 194 945 1764 2021

95,431

N. A. Richardson, Pop.. Merced 594 692 62 615 830 980

33,943

R. F. Burns, Pro.. Modoc 211 310 11 481 612

10,483 Mono

306 190 2 57 334 173 REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Monterey .. 1583 1414 140 983 1956 1834 Napa 1903 1364 95 282 1877 1475

1894. Nevada 1510 1496 133 1243 2060 1941 Orange

Dem.

Rep. ... 1469 949 364 526 1394 1189

Pop. . Pro. Placer 1609 1357 206 625 1793 1720

I. Barham. Geary. Grigsby. Gregory. Plumas 588 427 15 164 640 521

15, 101 13,570 7,246 790 Riverside 1683 817 505 675

II. Johnson. Caminetti, Cornell. Biggs. Sacram'to. 3712 3183 229 2440 4724 3635

19,302 15,732 8,946 866 San Benito. 685 765 32 336 683 850

III. Hilborn. English. Vaun. Scranton. S. Ber'dino, 2323 1360 581 1236 3082 2290

15, 795 13,103 5,162 San Diego. 2722 1785 1792 3942 2967 San Francisco 20227 31777

6316 27218 27429

IV. Shannor. Maguire. Collier. Rowell. S. Joaquin. 2557 3518 222 1037 3066 2841

9,785 14,748 5,627 388 S.L. Obispo 1497 1101 1307 1719 1568 V. Loud. Kelly. Rogers, Summers. S. Mateo.. 1193 1096 49 152 1142 912

13,379 8,384 7,820 866 S. Barbara. 1534 1191 264 673 1763 1591

Denman (Ind. Dem.), 6,811.
Santa Clara 4318 4454 1032 18:58 4505 4194
Santa Cruz. 1669 1274 249 1219 2029 1666

VI. McLachlan. Patton.Bowman, M'Comas Shasta 1069 896 115 1149 1587 1459

18,746 11,693 9,769 2,120 Sierra

739 466 13 90 886 674 VII. Bowers. Alford. Gilbert. Somers. Siskiyou 1413 1279 44 502 1379 1393

18,434 12,111 10,71 1,649 Solano 2256 2251 94 625 2327 2004 Sonoma 3316 2832 230 1091 3278 3289

1892. Stanislaus 851 1329 85 284 918 1363

Rep.

Dem. Peo., Pro. Sutter

772 720 58 163 731 722 Tehama 866 860 52 557 1106 1330

I E. W. Davis. Geary, Stafford. Trinity 450 407 21 120 521 502

13,123 19,308 1,546 Tulare 1346 1802 146 1536 2356 2705 II. J. F. Davis. Caminetti. Dunn. Tuolumme . 619 1138 73 217 828 1131

16,781 20,741 1,307 Ventura 1270 062 164 486 1307 1014

III.

Hilborn. English. Scranton. Yolo 1289 1612 130 444 1481 1628

13,163 13, 138 671 Yuba 977 975 37 338 1243 1217

J, L. Lyon (Peo.), 3,495. Totale... 110738 111044 10561 51204 126432 118601

IV. Alexander, Maguire. Collins Per cent..38.91 39.72 3.36 18.01 49.39 46.37

13, 226 14.997 Plurality

2275
7831

Burnham (Peo.), 1,980.
Total vote. -280,511 -255,972-

Loud. Ryland. Kelly. * Bidwell (Pro.), 10,868.

14,660 13,694

771

Morrison (Peo.), 2, 484. OTHER STATE OFFICERS VOTED VI. Lindley, Cannon (P&D) Dougherty.

14,271 20,676

1.806 FOR.

VII. Bowers. Wellborn. Harris Lieut-Governor-Spencer Mil

15,856 14,869 1,844 lard, Rep....

120,309 Hiram Hamilton (Peo.), 5,578. Wm. T. Jeter, Dem...

98,641 A. J. Gregg, Pop...

48.652

LEGISLATURE. C. H. Dunn, Pro....

10,788

1894Sec'y of State-Lewis H. Brown,

-1893 Rep..

126,551

Sen. Ho.Jt. b. Sen.Hot.bi. B. M. Maddox, Dem..

86,443 Republicans ., 25 62 87 27 61 8s M. M. McGlynn, Pop.

49,734 Democrats .... 15 15 30 12 18 M. C. Winchester, Pro.

8,262 Populists

1 1 E. G. Waite, Ind.....

2,405 Pop. & Ind. R.

2

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COLORADO.

*JUDGE SUP. COURT.GOV'N'R. *JUDGE SUP. COURT.GOV'N'R.

-1894-1892–

Peo. -1894-1892-

& Sil. Peo.

Rep. Pop. Dem. Rep. Dem. & Sil.

Counties Camp WilRep. Pop. Dem. Rep. Dem. (55). bell. Mills son. H'lm. Waite. Counties Camp Wil

Rio Grande.. 827 879 37

528 475 (55). bell. Mills son. H'lm. Waite.

Roult
467 254 162

330 158 Arapahoe ...33506 18878 1184 11578 9393

Saguache

658 713 49 326 531 Archuletta 149

123 71
109 54

San Juan... 176 736 40 105 448
Baca
189 29 118 154 135
San Miquel.. 611 853

274 817 Bent 331 243 114 102

208 143 38 132 144 Boulder .... 3104 3772 155 1329 2034 Summit

368 802 20 314 715 Chaffee 1330 1531 62 704

867
Washington

372
161

65 246 89 Cheyenne 159 53

97 30
Weld

2498 2816 125 1129 1453 Clear Creek.. 992 2019 25 828

1674
Yuma

331 399 61 186 239 Conejos

1741 993 98 863 492 Costilla

940 577
79 520 213

Total..

90,843 70,487 9,634 38,806 44,242 Custer 576 351 225

299
281

Per cent.....51.34 43.22 5.44 0.44 0.50 Delta

866 54 236
369 Plurality
.24356

5436 Dolores

347
486
303 526

Total vote....-176,964 -88, 191Douglas

718 278 52 368 195 Eagle 462 721

278 597 PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. Elbert 409 202 135 189 163

Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Total. El Paso 8964 6069 441 2670 2324 1892....36,620

53,584 1,687 93,891 Fremont 2042 2254 153 748 879 1888....50,774 37,567 a 1,346 2,191 91,798 Garfield 1104 1191 58

630
572
1884....27,450 24,647 b1,435

52,532 Gilpin

1150 1612 19 444 762 1880....36,166 27,603 b1,916 762 65,747 Grand 145 98 18 115 77

a Labor. b Greenback. Gunnison 858 1062 163

594

792 Hinsdale 247 411 17 435 1072

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Huerfano 1359 761 522 717 254

1894. Jefferson ... 1628 1458 208 783 690

Rep. Pop. Dem. Pro. Kiowa

208

62 84 155 72 I. Shafrath. Pence. Bottom. Rhodes. Kit Carson... 385 201 63 266 186

47,710 34,223 1,847 2,465 Lake 3,155 3319 161 1024 1870

Bowers. Bell.

Rice. La Plata... 961 1392 510

577 810
42,369 47,703

2,032 Larimer 1847 1756 240 970 1007

Pearce (Lab.), 157.
Las Animas.. 2680 1868 1942 1112 482
Lincoln

201
51 45 113 5

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Logan ...... 465 428 53 309 217

1892. Mesa 992 1273 77 525 516

Rep. Dem. Peo., Sil.Dem. Pro. Montezuma

175 451 155 130 326 I. Coe. Taylor. Pence. Sprague. Mineral 403 670 51

17,609 2,240 20,004

876 Montrose 545 867 40 299 463

P., S. D., D. Morgan 399 319 36 205 182 II. Eddy.

Bell. Keefe. Otero 934 846 361 476 533

9,572

31,587 615 Ouray

438 1278

30 323 1419 Park 645 846 30 369

LEGISLATURE.

613 Phillips 391 276 265

-1894-1892Pitkin 1122 2473 57 554

2508

Sen. Ho.Jt.bal. Sen. Ho.Jt.bal. Prowers

337 204

98
224 173
Republicans. 10

15 33 48 Pueblo ... 4737 3946 767 2380 1879

Democrats..

8

13 Rio Blanco... 202 147 62 119 143 Populists... 7 24 3i

12 27

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II.

207

41

51

39

*The returns of the election of 1894 had been canvassed only in part, offici

CONNECTICUT. ally, up to January 1. The official count for Governor, etc., is made by the Legis

GOVERNOR. lature, which meets on January 2. The

*1894

-a1892vote for John Campbell, Republican can

Rep. Dem. Pro. Peo. Rep. Dem. didate for Supreme Judge, is practically Counties.

Bing-Mer- Morthe same as that for Albert W. McIntire, (8.) Coffin.Cady. Pond. ham. win. ris, Republican candidate for Governor. The Fairfield...17121 16169 295 276 15728 18056 vote for J. Warner Mills, the Populist Hartford...17231 13686 500 616 16030 16534 candidate for Judge of Supreme Court, Litchfield. 6692 4379 241 41 6190 5951 would be the same as that for Davis H. Middlesex. 4697 2842 175 61 4305 3774 Waite, the Populist candidate for Govern N. Haven. 23222 19936 511 841 20050 24630 or, but for the fact that Mills was on N. London 8261 7071 339 137 7709 7998 the Prohibition ticket also. The Prohibi Tolland... 2825 1863 102 27 2630 2629 tion vote of the two Congress districts Windham, 4234 2370 150 7 4153 3374 was 4,497, and subtracting this from the total received by Mills makes the total

Totals...84283 68316 2313 2006 76795 82946 Populist vote 71,990, the total Populist Per cent. 53.49 43.29 1.47 1.27 46.62 50.36 and Democratic vote being 83,773, or 6,306 Plurality...15967

6151 less than the Republican vote.

T'l vote.

-157,564 -164,722 Hipp (Pro.), 1,764; Maupin (Dem.), 3,379.

*Scattering, 646. a Augur (Pro.), 3,926.

603

CONNECTICUT-Continued.

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

1894 PREVIOUS VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.

1892
Rep.
Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem.

Pro.
Rep. Dem. Gbk. Pro. Total.

Ban Bul1892. 77,013 82,380 b968 3,999 164,360 Willis. croft. lock. Willis. Causey. Price: 1888.

74,584 74,920 *240 4,231 153,978 19,549 18,492 584 18,080 18,554 1884.

65,893 67,167 1,684 2,489 137,233 1880. 67,071 64,415 868 409 132,802

LEGISLATURE. 1876. 59,034 61,934

774
374 122,116

1894

1892 1872. 50,638 45,880 c204 206 96,928

Sen.Ho.Jt.bal.Sen. Ho.Jt.bal. 1868.. 50,995 47,952

98,947 Republicans.. 4 15 19 2 1804...... 44,691 42,285

86,976 Democrats.... 5 6 11 7 21 25 "Lab. b Pop. c Charles O'Conor. REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS,

FLORIDA.

CONGRESS. PREST 1894.

-1894-a1892 Rep. Dem. Pro.

Dem. Pop. Dem. Peop. I. Henry. Sperry. Platt. Scat'g. Counties.

Cleve-Weav20,333 15,113 521

111
(45.)

land. er. II. Sperry. Pigott. Griffin. Scat'g.

Alachua

589 63 1447
26,893 20,059 526

460
Baker

136 181 187 151 Bradford

352 83 551 139 III. Russell. Beckwith. Dennison. Scat's.

Brevard

330

20 449
12,268
9,117
411

97
Calhoun

79 104 155 56 IV. Hill. DeForest. Miles. Scat'g.

Citrus ..

196 39 316 71 24,008 18,508

442

249
Clay

177 66 404
Columbia

460 120 822 1892.

Dade

133

109 Rep.

De Sota.

456 250 566
Dem.

Pro,
Duval

366
1517

1442 I. Henry. Sperry. Morrison.

Escambia

1993 20 2616
18,514 19,068

798
Franklin

187

304 II. Kellogg. Pigott. Squires. Gadsden

360

522 24,797 27,619 1,039 Hamilton

324 31

159 III. Russell. Thayer. Crocker.

Hernando

123 66 227 S1 11,957 11,172

412
Hillsborough 2917

216 2718

58 Holmes

121 156 285 IV. F. Miles.

143 De Forest. W.R.Miles.

Jackson

573 220

1091 288 21,802 24,007

671
Jefferson

1178

1533 Lafayette

180 LEGISLATURE.

258 Lake

867 150 1137
-1894

1892
Lee

111

153 Leon

914

23 634 Sen. Ho.Jt.bal. Sen. Ho.Jt.bal.

Levy

29 436 Republicans. 22 207 229 12 135 147

Liberty

84 Democrats ... 2 45 47 12 117 129

Madison

855 Manatee

230 103 348 Marion ..

693 482 1133 Monroe

910 16 767 DELAWARE.

Nassau

403

109 597 GOVERNOR.

Orange

693 33 1142 Osceola

167 52 259
--1894-

1890-
Pasco

288 78
Polk

455 280 Rep. Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem. Peo.

801 16 Counties Mar- Tun

Putnam

382 78 885 174 Richard-Rey-Kelvil. nell. Perry.son.nolds.lum.

334

St. John's. (3).

17 Kent ..... 3731 3819 138 3598 3856

Santa Rosa. 177

452 48

357

Sumter Newcastle 11478 10400

305

30 83 9401 9078 107 Suwanee

13

418 4673 4438 155 4259 4867

648 258 83 Taylor

50 23 125 114 Volusia

399 165 785 Total ...19882 18657 378 17258 17801 238

91 Wakulla

101

173 10 Per cent..51.09 47.93 0.98 48.87 50.43

Walton

212 196 313 274 Plurality. 1225

543

Washington 244 188 315 --38,917Total vote.

-35,297 The vote requiring the Legislature to

Totals .......

21608 4469 30143 4843 issue a call for a Constitutional Conven a Bidwell (Pro.), 570. The Republicans tion was: For, 22,82; against, 2,364. put no ticket in the field, but supportel

the Weaver ticket. PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT, Rep. Dem. Pro. Total.

Rep.

Dem. Total. 1892. 18,077 18,581 516 87,174 1888.

26,657 39,561 66,218 1888. 12,973 16,414 400 29,787 1884.

28,031 31,766 59.691 1884. 12,951 16,964 29,915 1880.

23, 686 27.925 51.618 1880. 14,133 15,275 29, 408 1876.

23,849 22,927 46,776 1876. 10,762 13,381 24,133 1872.

17,763 15,427 33,190

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Pop.

349

347

180

FLORIDA-Continued. *REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. - 1894

1892

Counties. Dem. Pop. Dem.

(137.) I. Sparkman. McKinnon. Mallory. 12,379 2,135 16,113

Greene II. Cooper. Atkinson. Cooper. Mains. Gwinnett 9, 229 2,334 14,688 4,641

Habersham

Hall. * No Republicans nominated. † The Sec

Hancock retary of State says that the opposition

Haralson was not sufficient to make the election in

Harris teresting enough to bring out the 40,000

Hart
Democrats.

Heard
Henry

Houston
GEORGIA.

Irwin
GOVERNOR.

Jackson

Jasper
-1894 -1892– Jefferson
Counties. Pop. Dem. Pop. Dem. Johnson
(137.)

Atkin

North Jones Hines. son. Peck. en. Laurens Appling

673 693 301 850 Lee Baker

89

125 471 Liberty Baldwin

467
431
266

442 Lincoln Banks

810 745 646 737 Lowndes Bartow

1245 846 795 1556 Lumpkin Berrien

385 1110 326 1126 Macon Bibb

571 2500 316 2841 Madison Brooks

452, 918 194 1037 Marion Bryan

35 299 81 300 McDuffie Bulloch

1171 1385 773 1266 McIntosh Burke ....

1431 2158 773 1302 Meriwether Butts

738 773 534 781 Miller Calhoun

225 732 351 591 Milton Camden

58

4

Mitchell Campbell 779 756 548 822

Monroe Carroll

1613 1490 1066 2007 Montgomery Catoosa

232 438 145 606 Morgan Charlton

183 273 52 344 Murray Chatham

141
2890

332 2931 Muscogee Chattahoochee 443 304 307 873

Newton Chattooga

467

688 404 1083 Oconee Cherokee

1150 1032 1037 1279 Oglethorpe Clarke 567 685 354 866

Paulding Clay 373 503 235

534

Pickens Clayton 751 692 602 714

Pierce Clinch 181 430 299 4445

Pike Cobb 125+ 1788 942 2116

Polk Coffee 735 838 346 727

Pulaski Colquitt 411 590 318 526

Putnam Columbia 1201 303 1127 489

Quitman Coweta 1007 1643 458 2052

Rabun Crawford

460 680

254
732

Randolph
Dade
179 472 172 520

Richmond Dawson 409 388 330

422

Rockdale Decatur 913 1347 1008 1445

Schley De Kalb 983 1203 823

1568

Screven Dodge 532 806 190 969

Spalding Dooly 832 1050 616 1560

Stewart Dougherty 215 664 128

Sumter

832 Douglas 847 760 677

Talbot

705 Early 767 1034 667 937

Taliaferro Echols 45 210 71 330

Tatnall Effingham 372 343 165 432

Taylor Elbert 1067 1631 807

1750

Telfair Emanuel 1401 1305 933 1039

Terrell
Fannin

372
428

281

Thomas Fayette 867 793 687 809

Towns Floyd

724 1225 730 1671 Troup Forsyth 953 621 814

756

Twiggs Franklin

1421 1039 1207 1126 Union Fulton

1519 3048

568

3341 Upson Gilmer

339 574 260 793 Walker Glascock

486 198 508 211 Walton Glynn

350 752 307 1250 Ware Gordon

1046 862 773 1098 Warren

GOVERNOR.

-1894 -1892Pop. Dem. Pop. Dem. Atkin

NorthHines. son. Peck. en. 1424 957 794 1142 1831 1504 1174 1610

603 832 554 1145 1271 1309 972 1532 555 844 651 1163 933 611 620

1022 1453 1116 980 1275 956

1070 749 909 572 608 198 758 1329 1499 816 1555 169 1288 183

1206 162 631 60 498 2189 1986 1605 1691 391

890 359 855 1460 1326 1240 1250 782 702

840

690 742 420 782 1194 985 849 1146 146 311 141 521 636 475 405 482 889 229 840 309 571 1337 517 1105 445 484 389 539 502 815 454 1014 672

947 313 797 626 611

586 853 801 218 799 423 279 371

30 561 2158

1557 344 434 330 313 524 537 379 654 339 655 1111 1267 763 1596 878 855 330 805 722 829 391 948 517 667 452 785 896 1317 392 1280

1134 296 1084 790 573

563 552 281 1005 278 1098 896 916

886 491

519 605 393 468

218 431 1082 963 758 1727 926 746 633 806 324 800 450

1200 117 628 43

545 299 420 144 590 98

283 97 623 559 854

188 784 855 3377 1021 4552 596 593 419 738 439 529 279 514 1626 1146 1201 1404 399 928 124 866 654 927

317 1304 589 1059

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