William M. Johnson

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William M. Johnson was a U.S. politician.

He was president of the New Jersey Senate in 1900.[1]

Political offices
Preceded by
Charles A. Reed
President of the New Jersey Senate
Succeeded by
Mahlon Pitney


  1. ^ Manual of the Legislature of New Jersey. J.A. Fitzgerald. 1977.