1832 Missouri gubernatorial election

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Missouri gubernatorial election, 1832

← 1828 August 6, 1832 1836 →
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Nominee Daniel Dunklin John Bull
Party Democratic National Republican
Popular vote 9,141 8,132
Percentage 50.85% 45.24%

Governor before election

John Miller
Democratic

Elected Governor

Daniel Dunklin
Democratic

The Missouri gubernatorial election of 1832 was Missouri's fifth gubernatorial election. The election was held on August 6, 1832. Lt. Governor Daniel Dunklin, the Jacksonian candidate was elected over John Bull, the Anti-Jacksonian candidate.[1]

Results[edit]

1832 gubernatorial election, Missouri[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Daniel Dunklin 9,141 50.85 -49.15
National Republican John Bull 8,132 45.24 +45.24
Independent Samuel C. Dorriss 388 2.16
Independent Smith, First Name Unknown 314 1.75
Majority 1,009 5.61
Turnout 17,975 12.80
Democratic hold Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "MO Governor Race – Aug 06, 1832". Our Campaigns. 2005-03-08. Retrieved 2013-03-21.