New York state election, 1928

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The 1928 New York state election was held on November 6, 1928, to elect the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, the State Comptroller, the Attorney General, a U.S. Senator and a judge[1] of the New York Court of Appeals, as well as all members of the New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate.

History[edit]

The Workers state convention met on June 10.[2]

The Socialist state convention met on July 15 at Albany, New York.[3]

The Republican state convention met on September 29 at Syracuse, New York.[4]

The Democratic state convention met on October 2 at Rochester, New York.[5]

Result[edit]

Four Democrats and two Republicans were elected in a tight race.

The incumbents Tremaine and Copeland were re-elected.

The Democratic, Republican and Socialist parties maintained automatic ballot access, the Socialist Labor Party did not re-attain it, and the Workers Party did not attain it.

1928 state election results
Office Democratic ticket Republican ticket Socialist ticket Workers ticket Socialist Labor ticket
Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt 2,130,193 Albert Ottinger 2,104,129 Louis Waldman 101,859 William F. Dunne 10,741 Charles H. Corregan 4,213
Lieutenant Governor Herbert H. Lehman 2,078,921 Charles C. Lockwood 2,064,882 Herman J. Hahn[6] 105,806 Franklin P. Brill[7] 11,715 John E. DeLee[8] 5,198
Comptroller Morris S. Tremaine 2,053,971 Harry B. Crowley 2,038,306 Elizabeth C. Roth[9] 117,346 Lovett Fort-Whiteman 12,370 Henrietta Silver 6,733
Attorney General Albert Conway 2,014,769 Hamilton Ward, Jr. 2,081,279 William Karlin 118,797 Juliet S. Poyntz 12,464 Simeon Bickwheat 5,701
Judge of the Court of Appeals Leonard C. Crouch 2,006,239 Irving G. Hubbs 2,067,046 Hezekiah D. Wilcox[10] 120,076
U.S. Senator Royal S. Copeland 2,084,273 Alanson B. Houghton 2,034,014 McAlister Coleman 111,208 Robert Minor 11,956 Henry Kuhn[11] 5,543

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ to succeed William S. Andrews who would reach the constitutional age limit at the end of the year
  2. ^ REDS IN STATE CONVENTION in NYT on June 11, 1928 (subscription required)
  3. ^ SOCIALISTS DECLARE FOR WINES AND BEER.; ...WALDMAN FOR GOVERNOR in NYT on July 16, 1928 (subscription required)
  4. ^ STATE REPUBLICANS NAME OTTINGER AND HOUGHTON in NYT on September 30, 1928 (subscription required)
  5. ^ ROOSEVELT YIELDS TO SMITH AND HEADS STATE TICKET in NYT on October 3, 1928 (subscription required)
  6. ^ Rev. Herman J. Hahn, of Buffalo, ran also for U.S. Senator in 1938
  7. ^ Franklin P. Brill, of Buffalo, ran also in 1924 and 1926
  8. ^ John E. DeLee, ran also for Comptroller in 1920; for Lieutenant Governor in 1922 and 1926; and for Treasurer in 1924
  9. ^ Elizabeth C. Roth, of Buffalo, ran also for Lieutenant Governor in 1930; and for Comptroller in 1932
  10. ^ Hezekiah D. Wilcox (Jan 24., 1855 - Dec. 18, 1931), lawyer, of Elmira, ran also for the Court of Appeals in 1916, 1917, 1921 and 1927; and for Attorney General in 1918, 1922 and 1926; Obit in NYT on December 19, 1931. Wilcox was actually ineligible for this office, since he had passed already the constitutional age limit of 70 years.
  11. ^ Henry Kuhn, ran also for Secretary of State in 1910; for Attorney General in 1912; and for the U.S. Senate in 1922

Vote Totals-New York Red Book 1929

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