Missouri gubernatorial election, 1900
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|Elections in Missouri|
The Missouri gubernatorial election of 1900 was Missouri's twenty-fifth gubernatorial election. The election was held on November 6, 1900 and resulted in a victory for the Democratic nominee, former Congressman Alexander Monroe Dockery, over the Republican candidate Joseph Flory and several other candidates representing minor parties.
|1900 gubernatorial election, Missouri|
|Democratic||Alexander Monroe Dockery||350,045||51.15||-1.73|
|Social Democrat||Caleb Lipscomb||5,577||0.82||+0.43|
|Prohibition||Charles E. Stokes||5,195||0.76||+0.37|
|People's Progressive||J. H. Hillis||4,356||0.64||+0.64|
|Socialist Labor||Louis C. Fry||1,213||0.18||+0.07|
- "MO Governor Race - Nov 06, 1900". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 2013-10-14.
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