Ohio Secretary of State elections

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The voters of the U.S. state of Ohio elect a secretary of state for a four-year term.

YearDemocraticRepublicanOther
2022Chelsea Clark: 1,635,824 Frank LaRose: 2,444,382Terpsehore Tore Maras (Independent): 42,753
2018 Kathleen Clyde: 1,987,916 Frank LaRose: 2,166,125Dustin R. Nanna (Libertarian): 99,808
2014 Nina Turner: 1,074,475 Jon A. Husted: 1,811,020Kevin Knedler (Libertarian)
2010 [1] Maryellen O'Shaughnessy  : 1,555,705 Jon A. Husted  : 2,013,674 Charlie Earl (Libertarian) : 182,977
2006 [2] Jennifer L. Brunner  : 2,104,114Greg Hartmann : 1,546,454 Tim Kettler (G) : 78,080
John A. Eastman (I) : 94,706
2002 [3] Bryan Flannery  : 1,256,428 J. Kenneth Blackwell  : 1,827,995 
1998 Charleta B. Tavares: 1,404,081 J. Kenneth Blackwell : 1,789,105 
1994 Dan Brady: 1,150,460 Robert A. Taft II : 2,116,258 
1990 Sherrod Brown: 1,604,058 Robert A. Taft II : 1,809,416  [4]
1986 Sherrod Brown : 1,805,833 Vincent C. Campanella: 1,217,803 
1982 Sherrod Brown : 1,739,602 Virgil E. Brown: 1,362,079 
1978 Anthony J. "Tony" Celebrezze Jr. : 1,365,219 Ted W. Brown: 1,356,959 
1974 Tony P. Hall: 1,343,603 Ted W. Brown : 1,462,776 
1970 John F. Kennedy: 1,362,041 Ted W. Brown : 1,606,920 
1966 James D. Nolan: 1,037,710 Ted W. Brown : 1,674,600 
1962 Charles L. Babcock Ted W. Brown  
1958 Asher W. Sweeney: 1,464,726 Ted W. Brown : 1,580,628 
1956 Hubert Lynch: 1,336,885 Ted W. Brown : 1,985,368 
1954 Robert W. Reider: 1,069,526 Ted W. Brown : 1,339,076 
1952 Charles F. Sweeney: 1,522,908 Ted W. Brown : 1,792,819 
1950 Charles F. Sweeney: 1,339,492 Ted W. Brown : 1,347,251 
1948 Charles F. Sweeney : 1,501,305 Edward J. Hummel: 1,310,704 
1946 Charles F. Sweeney Edward J. Hummel  
1944 A Lee Fair: 1,423,264 Edward J. Hummel : 1,480,399 
1942 John E. Sweeney: 738,175 Edward J. Hummel : 926,523 
1940 (full) John E. Sweeney : 1,562,021 Edward J. Hummel: 1,453,513 
1940 (unex)   George M. Neffiner : 293,766
1922 [5] William D. Fulton  : 685,818 Thad H. Brown  : 820,974 
1920 [6] William D. Fulton  : 749,566 Harvey C. Smith  : 1,134,657George Markert (soc) : 43,467
Jasper Shuman (ST) : 1,525
1918 [7] William D. Fulton  : 432,422 Harvey C. Smith  : 471,228 
1916 [8] William D. Fulton  : 564,509 Charles Q. Hildebrant  : 543,873M. J. Beery : 38,136
Seymour E. Fox : 6,837
1914 [9] J. H. Secrest  : 451,131 Charles Q. Hildebrant  : 488,010Frank W. Woods (Progressive) : 53,808
Nathan Wycoff (Socialist) : 53,575
1912 [10] [9] Charles H. Graves :432,082 Thomas L. Lewis  : 283,767John L. Sullivan (Progressive): 208,458
Edward S. Smith (Socialist) : 88,914
Addison Taylor (Prohibition) : 12,028
William R. Fox (Soc. Labor) : 2,767
1910 [11] [9] Charles H. Graves  : 423,580 Granville W. Mooney  : 405,375Edward Hasenauer (Socialist) : 61,656
Alfred H. Stratton (Prohibition) : 7,104
William R. Fox (Soc. Labor) : 2,881
1908 [12] J. H. Newman  : 518,225 Carmi Thompson :556,073Arthur B. Hollenbaugh (Soc) : 31,681
Henry J. Haskel (Pro) : 10,615
Albert Boswell (Ind) : 509
Timothy Crabtree (Peoples) : 150
James Rugg (Soc Lab) : 845
1906 [13] Samuel A. Hoskins  : 351,676 Carmi Thompson  : 408,066Olly J. Henslee (Socialist) : 18,432
Alfred F. Hughes (Pro) : 11,970
Max Eisenberg (Soc Lab) : 2,211
1904 [13] Alfred P. Sandles  : 357,179 Lewis C. Laylin  : 587,568Harold King Rockhill (Pro) : 19,253
Alfred J. Swing (Socialist) : 33,763
John H T Juergens (Soc Lab) : 2,534
John E. Allen (Peoples) : 1,093
1902 [13] Herbert S. Bigelow  : 345,706 Lewis C. Laylin  : 436,171Andrew L. White (Pro) : 12,336
Max S. Hayes (Socialist): 14,359
Theodore Adams (Soc Lab) : 2,983
1900 [13] Henry H. McFadden  : 474,078 Lewis C. Laylin  : 543,389Frank Frankenberg (Union Ref) : 4,647
J. Knox Montgomery (Pro) : 9,983
Samuel Borton (Soc Lab) : 1,707
Louis F. Hemse (Soc Dem) : 4,650
1898 [13] Upton K. Guthrey  : 347,074 Charles Kinney  : 408,213Thomas Brown (Pro) : 7,689
John F. Flynn (Soc Lab) : 5,793
John A. Graft (Union Ref): 10,911
1896 [14] Chilton A. White 473,462 Charles Kinney 525,000Samuel H Rockhill (Pro) 5,469
Wesley C. Bates (Nat) 3,382
Daniel W. Wallace (Social Labor) 1,234
1894 [15] Milton Turner 276,902 Samuel M. Taylor 413,988Charles R. Martin (Pop) 49,495
Mark G. McCaslin (Pro) 23,273
1892 [16] William A. Taylor 401,451 Samuel M. Taylor 402,540 
1890 [17] Thaddeus E. Cromley 352,579 Daniel J. Ryan 363,548Melanathon C. Lockwood (Pro) 23,837
Ezekial T. Curtis(UL) 1,752
1888 [18] Boston G. Young 395,522 Daniel J. Ryan 416,510Walter S. Payne (Pro) 24,618
George F Ebner (UL) 3,452
1886 [19] John McBride 329,314 James S. Robinson 341,095Henry R. Smith (Pro) 28,982
Charles Bonsall (labor) 2,010
1884 [20] James W. Newman 380,355 James S. Robinson 391,597Evan J. Morris (Pro) 8,607
Peter M. Harrold (Greenback) 3,475
1882 [21] James W. Newman 316,874 Charles Townsend 279,759 Ferdinand Schumacher (Pro) 12,202
George L. Hafer (Greenback) 5,345
1880 [22] William Lang 343,016 Charles Townsend 362,021Charles A. Lloyd (Greenback) 6,786
William A. Doan (Pro) 2,815
1878 [23] David R. Paige 270,966 Milton Barnes 274,120Andrew Roy (NGL) 38,332
Jeremiah N. Robinson (Pro) 5,682
1876 [24] William Bell, Jr. 311,220 Milton Barnes 317,856Edward S. Chapman (Pro) 1,863
1874 [25] William Bell, Jr. 238,406 Allen T. Wikoff 221,204John R. Buchtel (Pro) 7,815
1872 [26] Aquila Wiley 251,778 Allen T. Wikoff 265,925 Ferdinand Schumacher (Pro) 2,035
1870 [27] William Heisley 205,014 Isaac R. Sherwood 221,709Jay Odell (Pro) 2,862
1868 [28] Thomas Hubbard 249,681 Isaac R. Sherwood 267,065 
1866 [29] Benjamin Le Fevre 213,606 William H. Smith 256,302 
1864 [30] William W. Armstrong 183,842 William H. Smith 238,145 
1862 [31] William W. Armstrong 184,315 Wilson S. Kennon 178,755 
1861 [32] William W. Armstrong 151,912 Benjamin Rush Cowen 207,352 
1859 [33] Jacob Reinhard 170,400 Addison P. Russell 184,839 
1857 [34] Jacob Reinhard 158,832 Addison P. Russell 160,638 
1855 [35] William Trevitt 133,641 James H. Baker 168,724 
1853 [36] William Trevitt  : 151,818William Graham
(Freesoil) : 33,518
Nelson H. Van Vorhes
(Whig) : 97,500
1851 [37] William Trevitt  : 145,636 Henry W. King
(Freesoil) : 15,768
Earl Bill
(Whig) : 120,256

Notes

  1. "2010 Election Results Secretary of State November 2, 2010". Ohio Secretary of State. Archived from the original on 2013-08-01. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  2. "2006 Election Results Secretary of State November 7, 2006". Ohio Secretary of State. Archived from the original on 2015-01-08. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  3. "2002 Election Results Secretary of State/Treasurer of State November 5, 2005". Ohio Secretary of State. Archived from the original on 2015-10-13. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
  4. "1990-1999 Official Election Results - Ohio Secretary of State". Archived from the original on 2021-09-27. Retrieved 2021-10-07.
  5. Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 15. Archived from the original on October 7, 2021. Retrieved June 27, 2013.
  6. Smith, Harvey C (1922). Ohio general statistics for the year July 1, 1920 to June 30, 1921. Vol. 7. Ohio Secretary of State. p. 20.
  7. Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 11. Archived from the original on October 7, 2021. Retrieved June 27, 2013.
  8. Journal of the House of Representatives of the Eighty Second General Assembly of the State of Ohio. 1917. p. 27. Archived from the original on 2016-05-01. Retrieved 2021-10-07.
  9. 1 2 3 Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 10. Archived from the original on October 7, 2021. Retrieved June 27, 2013.
  10. Powell 1913  : 453–454
  11. Powell 1913  : 423
  12. Ohio Secretary of State (1905). Ohio election statistics. Columbus. page 396 of pdf file
  13. 1 2 3 4 5 Ohio Secretary of State (1905). Ohio election statistics. Columbus. pages 377–378 of pdf file
  14. Smith 1898  : 693
  15. Smith 1898  : 655
  16. Smith 1898  : 630
  17. Smith 1898  : 592
  18. Smith 1898  : 566
  19. Smith 1898  : 526
  20. Smith 1898  : 498
  21. Smith 1898  : 460
  22. Smith 1898  : 432
  23. Smith 1898  : 393
  24. Smith 1898  : 364
  25. Smith 1898  : 331
  26. Smith 1898  : 305
  27. Smith 1898  : 277
  28. Smith 1898  : 258
  29. Smith 1898  : 228
  30. Smith 1898  : 195
  31. Smith 1898  : 150
  32. Smith 1898  : 140
  33. Smith 1898  : 95
  34. Smith 1898  : 74
  35. Smith 1898  : 40
  36. Bell 1876  : 120–121
  37. Bell 1876  : 114–115

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