Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1932
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|Elections in Louisiana|
The Louisiana gubernatorial election of 1932 was held on January 19, 1932. Like most Southern states between Reconstruction and the civil rights era, Louisiana's Republican Party was virtually nonexistent in terms of electoral support. This meant that the Democratic Party primary held on this date was the real contest over who would be governor. The election resulted in the election of Oscar K. Allen as governor of Louisiana.
Democratic Party Primary, January 19
|Oscar K. Allen||214,699||56.51%|
|Dudley J. LeBlanc||110,048||28.96%|
|George Seth Guion||53,756||14.15%|
|William C. Boone||976||0.26%|
|William L. Clark, Jr.||470||0.12%|
1928 gubernatorial election
|Louisiana gubernatorial elections||Succeeded by
1936 gubernatorial election
- State of Louisiana. Compilation of Primary Election Returns of the Democratic Party, State of Louisiana, 1932.