1952 Nebraska gubernatorial election
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|Elections in Nebraska|
The 1952 Nebraska gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1952, and featured former Lieutenant Governor Robert B. Crosby, a Republican, defeating Democratic nominee, former state Senator Walter R. Raecke.
|Democratic||Walter R. Raecke||82,141||77.95|
|Democratic||Nina B. Dillingham||5,011||4.76|
- Victor E. Anderson, Mayor of Lincoln and former member of the Nebraska Legislature
- Robert B. Crosby, former Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the Nebraska Legislature
- John G. Donner
- Andrew E. Swanson
- Arthur B. Walker
|Republican||Robert B. Crosby||114,139||52.31|
|Republican||Victor E. Anderson||86,778||39.77|
|Republican||Andrew E. Swanson||8,112||3.72|
|Republican||John G. Donner||5,094||2.33|
|Republican||Arthur B. Walker||3,997||1.83|
|Republican||Robert B. Crosby||366,009||61.44%|
|Democratic||Walter R. Raecke||229,700||38.56%|
- "Walter R. Raecke, 1895-1960". nebraskahistory.org. Nebraska State Historical Society. Retrieved September 28, 2017.
- James S. Pittenger. "Official Report of the Nebraska State Canvassing Board Primary Election April 1, 1952, General Election November 4, 1952" (PDF). Retrieved September 28, 2017.
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