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Election returns courtesy of Richard Winger. Biographical data (links) from cited references and from other sources which appear to the Editor to be trustworthy.


Office

Candidate Name

Vote Total

% Vote


1869

Governor

Nathan G. Hickborn 4,743 4.99

1880

Governor

William P. Joy 124 0.08

1882

Governor

William T. Eustis 381 0.28  

Congressman-at-Large

James M. Stone 583 0.42  
Henry Tallman 325 0.24  
Joseph E. Ladd 319 0.23  
Nathan G. Axtell 322 0.23  

1884

Governor

William T. Eustis 1,151 0.81

1886

Governor

Aaron B. Clark 3868 3.02  

1888

Governor

Volney B. Cushing 3,109 2.14  

1890

Governor

Aaron Clark 2,981 2.62

Congr. Dist. 1 (Portl)

Timothy B. Hussey 557 1.90

Congr. Dist. 2 (Lewiston)

William H. Foster 745 2.62

Congr. Dist. 3 (Augusta)

Luther C. Bateman 995 3.76

Congr. Dist. 4 (Bangor)

Volney B. Cushing 962 3.46

1892

Governor

Timothy B. Hussey 3,864 2.96

Congr. 1 (Portland)

Willis A. Tucker 691 2.18

Congr. 2 (Lewiston)

Ammi S. Ladd 803 2.45

Congr. 3 (Augusta)

Arthur D. Knight 790 2.55

Congr. 4 (Bangor)

Ira G. Hersey 1,277 3.96

1894

Governor

Ira G. Hersey 2,721 2.53  

1896

Governor

Ammi S. Ladd 2,669 2.16  

Congr. 1

Aaron Clarke 604 2.09  

Congr. 2

E.R. Ogier 455 1.40  

Congr. 3

W.S. Thompson 551 1.80  

Congr. 4

Ger M. Park 933 2.89  

1898

Governor

Ammi S. Ladd 2,326 2.72  

Congr. Dist. 1 (Portland)

Daniel P. Parker 673 2.76  

Congr. Dist. 2 (Lewiston)

Asaph J. Wheeler 394 1.66  

Congr. Dist. 3 (Augusta)

Oliver S. Pillsbury 503 2.52  

Congr. Dist. 4 (Bangor)

George Park 451 2.42  

1900

Governor

Grant Rogers 8,648 7.34  

Congr. 1 (Portland)

Daniel P. Parker 1,533 5.19  

Congr. 2 (Lewiston)

Orren S. French 714 2.27  

Congr. 3 (Augusta)

William S. Thompson 510 1.82  

Congr. 4 (Bangor)

Timothy P. Humphrey 745 2.63  

1902

Governor

James Perrigo 4,429 4.11

Congr. Dist. 4
  (Bangor)

Lyman B. Merritt 1,080 4.27

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 1 of 4 seats.


1904

Governor

Nathan F. Woodbury 2,788 2.12

Congr. Dist. 4
  (Bangor)

Volney B. Cushing 737 2.24

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 1 of 4 seats.


1906

Governor

Henry Woodward 1,133 0.85

Congr. Dist. 2
  (central coast)

W.T. Eustis 253 0.69

Congr. Dist. 3
  (Augusta)

S.F. Emerson 222 0.69

Congr. Dist. 4
  (Bangor)

L. Sherwood 339 1.08

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 3 of 4 seats.


1908

Governor

James H. Ames 1,421 1.00  

Congr. Dist. 1
  (Portland)

Alphonso N. Witham 433 1.23  

Congr. Dist. 2
  (central coast)

Arthur J. Dunton 376 1.03  

Congr. Dist. 3
  (Augusta)

William I. Sterling 220 0.64  

Congr. Dist. 4
  (Bangor)

William A.Rideout 359 0.99  

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 4 of 4 seats.


1910

Governor

James H. Ames 1,296 0.92

Auditor

Franklin Skillins 1,352 0.96

Congr. Dist. 1
  (Portland)

James Perrigo 433 1.23

Congr. Dist. 2
  (central coast)

Charles. E. Emerson 310 0.86

Congr. Dist. 3
  (Augusta)

William I. Sterling 224 0.67

Congr. Dist. 4
  (Bangor)

William A. Rideout 290 0.89

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 4 of 4 seats.


1912

Governor

W.I. Sterling 1,217 0.86  

Congr. Dist. 1
  (Portland)

James Perrigo 420 1.23  

Congr. Dist. 2
  (Lewiston

James Lord Howe 245 0.68  

Congr. Dist. 3
 (Augusta)

Samuel F. Emerson 215 0.62  

Congr. Dist. 4 
  (Bangor)

William A. Rideout 235 0.63  

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 4 of 4 seats.


1914

Governor

Fred A. Shephard 597 0.42

Congr. Dist. 2 (Lewiston)

Edward B. Small 133 0.38

Congr. Dist. 3
  (Augusta)

Samuel F. Emerson 124 0.30

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 2 of 4 seats.


1916

Senator

(no data) 279 0.18

Senator (short term)

(no data) 347 0.23

Governor

Linus Seely 253 0.17

Congr. Dist. 1
  (Waterville)

James Perrigo 86 0.23

Congr. Dist. 2
  (Waterville)

Samuel F. Emerson 59 0.13

Note:  Prohibition candidates ran for 2 of 4 seats.


1966

Governor

Edward Spear write-in    

Congressman

Richard K. Whitney write-in    

1976

Lee

   School Board

Roger Storms win

Littleton

 

    Sexton

Waldo Harry win

    Fire Warden

Waldo Harry win

Princeton

 

    Selectman

Rachel Hamilton 65 0.50
Rachel Hamilton 70 41.92
Winger's notes are unclear, but he believes that she ran twice,
at two different elections in the same year.
In Maine, all town, city, and school board elections are non-partisan.  The above candidates were well-known Prohibitionists, but they were not listed on the ballot as Prohibition Party candidates.

1978  

State Senate,
    Oxford County

Anthony Wallace Martin 0 (write-in)    

Aroostock County

       

    Register of Probate

Waldo Hanning 1,259 5.40  

Fairfield

   

    School Board

Ruth Otis (no data)  
 

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