United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1924
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
- Frederick H. Gillett, Member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 2nd congressional district since 1893, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives since 1919.
- Louis A. Coolidge, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Current Treasurer of the United Shoe Machinery Corporation and one of the founding members of the Sentinels of the Republic.
- Frederick W. Dallinger, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 8th congressional district since 1915.
|Republican primary |
|Republican||Frederick H. Gillett||145,879||45.33|
|Republican||Louis A. Coolidge||93,680||29.11|
|Republican||Frederick W. Dallinger||82,251||25.56|
|General election |
|Republican||Frederick H. Gillett||566,188||50.26|
|Democratic||David I. Walsh||547,600||48.61|
|Workers Party of America||Antoinette F. Konikow||12,716||1.13|
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