1904 Vermont gubernatorial election
|Elections in Vermont|
The Vermont gubernatorial election of 1904 took place on September 6, 1904. Incumbent Republican John G. McCullough, per the "Mountain Rule", did not run for re-election to a second term as Governor of Vermont. Republican candidate Charles J. Bell defeated Democratic candidate Eli H. Porter to succeed him.
|Republican||Charles J. Bell||48,115||72.2|
|Democratic||Eli H. Porter||16,556||24.8|
|Prohibition||Homer F. Comings||1,175||1.8|
|Socialist||Clarence E. Morse||769||1.2|
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