Electoral history of James F. Byrnes

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James F. Byrnes, 1943

Electoral history of James F. Byrnes, 49th United States Secretary of State (1945-1947), Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (1941-1942), United States Senator from South Carolina (1931-1941), 104th Governor of South Carolina (1951-1955) and United States Representative from South Carolina (1911-1925)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1910:[1]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) - 4,392 (100.00%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1912:[2]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 6,133 (100.00%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1914:[3]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 4,521 (100.00%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1916:[4]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 7,681 (98.46%)
  • Isaac Meyers (R) - 120 (1.54%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1918:[5]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 3,155 (100.00%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1920:[6]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 6,685 (100.00%)

South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, 1922:[7]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) (inc.) - 4,163 (100.00%)

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from South Carolina, 1924:[8]

Democratic primary runoff for the United States Senate from South Carolina, 1924:[9]

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from South Carolina, 1930:[10]

Democratic primary runoff for the United States Senate from South Carolina, 1930:[11]

United States Senate election in South Carolina, 1930:[12]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) - 16,211 (100.00%)

United States Senate election in South Carolina, 1936:[13]

Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, 1941 (Senate confirmation):

  • Yea - unamiously (voice vote)

United States Secretary of State, 1945 (Senate confirmation):[14]

  • Yea - unamiously

Democratic primary for Governor of South Carolina, 1950:[15]

South Carolina gubernatorial election, 1950:[16]

  • James F. Byrnes (D) - 50,663 (100.00%)

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