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
Samuel Scott 679 0.15
Lieutenant Governor
(no data) 743 0.16
Treasurer
Theodore Edmunson 788 0.17
Attorney General
J.A. Summers 768 0.17

1870:      
Secretary of State
Jay Odell 2,933 0.66
Justice, Supreme Court
Gideon T. Stewart 2,838 0.66
Comptroller
Thomas Edmonson 2,782 0.65
Works Commissioner
Enoch G. Collins 2,982 0.70

1871:
Governor
Gideon T. Stewart 4,068 0.88
Lieutenant Governor
P.M. Weddell 4,491 0.98
Auditor
W.B. Chadwick 4,114 0.89
Treasurer
Thomas Evans, Jr. 4,137 0.90
Attorney General
J.W. Stinchcomb 4,119 0.89
Works Commissioner
L.B. Silver 4,194 0.91
Justice, Supreme Court
Samuel E. Adams 4,041 0.88
Clerk
Azra Alderman 4,156 0.90
Schools Superintendent
Solomon Howard 4,144 0.90

1872:      
Secretary of State
F. Schumacher 2,035 0.39
Works Commissioner
Milton Kennedy 2,082 0.40
Justice, Supreme Court
Charles L. Fish 2,010 0.39

1873:
Goverrnor
Gideon T. Stewart 10,278 2.29
Lieutenant Governor
William H. Foster 10,739 2.40
Treasurer
G. Dodds 10,653 2.38
Comptroller
T. Edmunson 9,492 2.12
Attorney General
A.H. Mitchell 10,649 2.38
Works Commissioner
E.H. Brosius 10,620 2.38
Justice, Supreme Court
S.E. Adams 10,582 2.35
Justice, SC (short term)
W. Dunbar 10,540 2.35

1874:
Secretary of State
John R. Buchtel 7,815 1.67
Justice, Supreme Court 
Gideon T. Stewart 7,711 1.65
Justice, Supreme Court
  (short term)
S.E. Adams 6,278 1.35
Clerk of Court
S.B. Foster 7,831 1.68
Schools Superintendent
P.M. Weddell 7,714 1.65
Works Commissioner
Enoch G. Collins 7,776 1.67

1875:
Governor
Jay Odell 2,593 0.44
Lieutenant Governor
H.A. Thompson 3,630 0.62
Auditor
Delmont Locke 3,382 0.57
Treasurer
Edward C. Young 3,196 0.54
Attorney General
Samuel E. Adams 3,158 0.53
Justice, Supreme Court
David C. Montgomery 3,118 0.53
Works Commissioner
John R. Buchtel 3,252 0.55

1876:
Secretary of State
E.S.  Chapman 1,866 0.30
Works Commissioner
F. Shumaker 2,101 0.33
Justice, Supreme Ct.
D.W. Gage 2,065 0.33

1877:
Governor
Henry A. Thompson 4,836 0.87
Lieutenant Governor
George K. Jenkins 10,925 1.99
Clerk
George Dodds 4,622 0.83
Attorney General
David W. Gage 4,640 0.86
Treasurer
Arza Alderman 4,623 0.83
Schools Superin.
Joseph W. Lindsay 4,498 0.81
Works Commissioner
Amos Miller 4,915 0.88
Justice, Supreme Ct.
D.C. Montgomery 4,577 0.85

1880:
Secretary of State
William H. Doan 2,815 0.39
Works Commis
John H. Lorimer 2,867 0.40
Schools Superin.
James A. Brush 2,846 0.40
Clerk
George Calderwood 2,877 0.40
Justice, Supreme Ct. 
William F. Ross 2,858 0.40

1881:
Governor
Abraham R. Ludlow 16,597 2.66
Lieutenant Governor
Jason McVay 16,127 2.59
Attorney General
David W. Gage 15,612 2.50
Treasurer
Ferd Schumacher 15,842 2.54
Works Commis.
Abner Davis 15,255 2.44
Justice, Supreme Ct.
Gideon T.  Stewart 16,090 2.57

1882:
Secretary of State
Ferdinand Schumacher  12,202 1.93
Justice, Supreme Court
John W. Roseborough 12,290 1.94
Works Commissioner
Carmi Alderman 12,240 1.94

1883:      
Governor
Ferdinand Schumacher 8,362 1.16
Lieutenant Governor
Henry T. Ogden 8,361 1.17
Justice, Supreme Court
David G. Montgomery 7,954 1.11
 
Zeno C. Payne 8,203 1.14
Clerk
John H, Blackford 8,289 1.15
Attorney General
John W. Roseborough 8,276 1.15
Auditor
George P. Cohen 8,306 1.16
Treasurer
John M. Whiton 8,289 1.15
Superintendent of Schools
Chris C. Nestlerode 8,231 1.15
Works Commissioner
George Z. Cruzen 8,262 1.15

1884:
Secretary of State
Evan J. Morris 8,607 1.09
Justice, Supreme Court
John W. Rosenborough 8,178 1.04
Works Commissioner
W.J. Kirkendall 9,164 1.17

1885:      
Governor
Adams B. Leonard 28,081 3.83
Lieutenant Governor
William G. Frost 27,043 3.70
Justice, Supreme Court
Gideon T. Stewart 26,566 3.62
     (short term)
Zeno C. Payne 26,491 3.64
Attorney General
Almon E. Clevenger 26,640 3.64
Treasurer
John Danner 26,578 3.63
Works Commissioner
John S.Neville 26,545 3.62

1886:      
Secretary of State
Walter S. Payne 24,618 2.92
Justice, Supreme Court
John T. Moore 24,569 2.92
Works Commissioner
James W. Penfield 24,532 2.92

1888:      
Governor
Adams B. Leonard 28,081 3.83
Lieutenant Governor
William G. Frost 27,043 3.70
Justice, Supreme Court
Gideon T. Stewart 26,566 3.62
     (short term)
Zeno C. Payne 26,491 3.64
Attorney General
Almon E. Clevenger 26,640 3.64
Treasurer
John Danner 26,578 3.63
Works Commissioner
John S.Neville 26,545 3.62

1889:      
Governor
J.B. Helwig 26,504 3.42
Lieutenant Governor
Lambertis B. Logan 26,587 3.42
Treasurer
Demetrius N. Trowbridge 26,547 3.41
Attorney General
E. Jay Pinney 26,439 3.40
Works Comm.
Harvey Clark 26,641 3.43
Clerk
Henry D. McKnight 26,605 3.42
Schools Superin.
Frank C. Fuson 26,555 3.41
Justice, Supreme Ct.
Gideon T. Stewart 26,638 3.43

1890:      
Secretary of State
Melanchton C. Lockwood 23,837 3.22
Works Commis.
Joseph M. Scott 23,680 3.19
Justice, Supr. Court
Olin J. Ross 23,724 3.20
Congr. Dist. 1 (e Cin)
C.P. Bennett 128 0.41
Congr. Dist.   2
     (w Cincinnati)
C.B. Bosserman 119 0.33
Congr. Dist.   3 (Dayton)
W.M. Hollinger 951 2.30
Congr. Dist.   4 (Springfield)
Randolph Rock 1,602 3.83
Congr. Dist.   5 (Lima)
Henry Price 1,452 3.79
Congr. Dist.   6 (northwest)
W.A. Corkle 1,005 2.73
Congr. Dist.   7 (Toledo)
A.I. Jones 391 1.13
Congr. Dist.   8
     (Upper Sand)
W.H. Likins 1,436 3.98
Congr. Dist.   9 (Columbus)
A. Dunlap 860 2.40
Congr. Dist. 10 (Circleville)
Rei Rathburn 1,954 5.30
Congr. Dist. 11 (Hillsboro)
S.G. Linsey 819 2.64
Congr. Dist. 12 (Portsmouth)
Jonathan Morris 897 3.25
Congr. Dist. 13 (Lancaster)
William J. Kirkendall 1,006 3.14
Congr. Dist. 14 (Zanesville)
Arthur S. Caton 1,056 2.93
Congr. Dist. 15 (Mansfield)
William D. Miller 1,445 3.83
Congr. Dist. 16 (Canton)
John G. Ashenhurst 846 2.08
Congr. Dist. 17 (Marietta)
Lawrence C. Crippen 812 2.71
Congr. Dist. 18 (Steubenville)
S.W. Wilkins 1,568 5.17
Congr. Dist. 19
     (Youngstown)
Richard Brown 1,753 5.29
Congr. Dist. 20 (Lorain)
A.S. Root 1,613 4.13
Congr. Dist. 21 (Cleveland)
F.W. Creamer 178 0.55

1891

Governor

John J. Ashenhurst 20,190 2.54

Lieutenant Governor

William J. Kirkendall 20,591 2.61

Auditor

Charles A. Reeser 20,755 2.71

Treasurer

George W. Mace 20,872 2.72

Attorney General

William H. Matthews 20,895 2.73

Works Commissioner

Thornton A. Rodefer 20,874 2.73

Dairy Commissioner

Waldo F. Brown 23,470 3.08

Schools Superin.

E.V. Zollars 20,892 2.74

Justice, Sup. Court

Hewson L. Peeke 20,805 2.72

1892:      
Secretary of State
George L. Case 25,885 3.07
Clerk
Zeno C. Payne 25,862 3.07
Works Comm.
James J. Ware 25,858 3.07
Justice Supr. Court
Thomas D. Crow 25,873 3.07
 
John T. Moore 25,868 3.07
Congr.  1 (e Cincin)
George M. Hammell 317 0.83
Congr.  2 (w Cincin)
L.D. McGowen 258 0.60
Congr.  3 (Dayton)
James Scott 1,116 2.40
Congr.  4 (Greenville)
Uriah M. Stiles 1,177 3.27
Congr.  5
D.W. Craner 1,042 2.80
Congr.  6
Alva Crabtree 1,347 3.31
Congr.  7 
John Keating 1,516 3.87
Congr.  8
R.W. Laughlin 1,891 4.50
Congr.  9
W.D. Peet 1,103 2.64
Congr.10
J.W. Ellevant 647 1.80
Congr.11 
C.B. Taylor 983 2.54
Congr.12
Albert Dunlop 804 2.08
Congr.13
M.B. Chase 1,097 2.49
Congr.14
John Richardson 1,573 3.51
Congr.15 
S.W. Millikin 1,288 3.40
Congr.16
Hiram Cope 1,542 4.23
Congr.17
Charles Rhoades 1,463 3.54
Congr.18
M.H. Shay 1,682 3.59
Congr.19
Bailey S. Dean 2,185 5.06
Congr.20
G.N. Tuttle 937 2.64
Congr.21
Isaac Powers 569 1.75

1893
Governor
Gideon T. Macklin 22,406 2.68
Lieutenant Governor
Seth H. Ellis 22,873 2.83
Treasurer
Abraham Ludlow 22,957 2.84
Attorney General
Sutton E. Young 23,045 2.86
Justice Supr. Court
John A. Gallaher 23,145 2.86
Works Comm.
Enos H. Brosius 23,037 2.86
Dairy Comm.
Seth H. Todd 23,115 2.86

1894
Secretary of State
Mark G. McCaslin 23,237 3.05
Works Commissioner
Hamilton T. Earles 22,952 3.03
Schools Supt.
Frank V. Irish 22,945 3.03
Justice Supr. Court
John W. Roseborough 22,855 3.02

1895
Governor
Seth Ellis 21,264 2.54
Lieutenant Governor
Joseph W. Sharp 21,546 2.60
Auditor
Arthur S. Caton 21,604 2.61
Treasurer
John H. Hawkins 21,735 2.62
Attorney General
Wesley C. Bates 21,684 2.62
Justice Supr. Ct.
John T. Moore 21,629 2.62
Works Commissioner
James Benjamin 21,644 2.60
Clerk
David F. Spicer 21,553 2.59

1896
Secretary of State
Samuel H. Rockhill 5,469 0.54
Justice Supr. Ct.
Gideon T. Stewart 5,505 0.55
Works Commissioner
Charles E. Iliff 5,466 0.54
Dairy Commissioner
Arza Alderman 5,471 0.54
Congr.    6
T.S. Delo 336 0.71
Congr.  11
L.C. Crippen 196 0.44
Congr.  12
J.B. Turner 187 0.39
Congr.  13
J.W. Belson 249 0.47
Congr.  15
T.H. Paden 354 0.82
Congr.  17
I.N. Kieffer 357 0.75
Congr.  18
J.T. Swan 476 0.86
Congr.  20
J.J. Harrison 253 0.54
Congr.  21
E.J. Pinney 177 0.38
(National Party faction)
Secretary of State  
Wesley C. Bates 3,382 0.34
Justice Supr. Ct.
Marcus B. Chase 3,384 0.34
Works Comm.
Winfield S. Maynard 3,389 0.34
Dairy Comm.
Enos H. Brosius 3,359 0.33

1897:      
     

1898:      
Secretary of State
Thomas Brown 7,689 0.99
Judge, Supreme Court
Mahlon Rouch 7,597 0.98
Works Commissioner
Robert Candy 7,592 0.97
Clerk, Supreme Court
James L. Swan 7,543 0.97
Dairy Commissioner
Walter M. Hills 7,277 0.94
Congr. Dist. 12 (Columbus)
William W. Johnson 293 0.70
Congr. Dist. 13
     (Marion/Fre.)
Walter S. Payne 43 0.11
Congr. Dist. 18
     (Youngstown)
George C. Harvey 614 1.40

1899:      
Governor
George M. Hammell 5,825 0.64
Lieutenant Governor
Arthur S. Caton 6,485 0.75
Auditor
Fred W. Barrett 6,701 0.77
Treasurer
Cromwell M. Wise 6,708 0.77
Attorney General
Walter S. Lister 6,739 0.78
Judge, Supreme Court
Gideon T. Stewart 6,818 0.79
Works Commissioner
John Danner
6 ,758
0.78

1900:      
Secretary of State
J. Knox Montgomery 9,983 0.96
Justice Supreme Court
E. Jay Pinney 9,898 0.95
Works Commissioner
Enos H. Brosius 9,873 0.95
Schools Superintendent
Samuel A. Gillett 9,743 0.94
Dairy Commissioner
Joseph M. Scott 9,749 0.94
Congr. 1 (east Cincinnati)
John Robertson 137 0.30
Congr.   2 (west Cincinnati)
E.P. Tingley 136 0.26
Congr. 12 (Columbus)
John S. Wilkins 349 0.67
Congr. 18 (Youngstown)
Charles F. Bough 909 1.58
Congr. 21 (Cleveland)
Albert L. Talcott 328 0.63

1901:      
Governor
E.J. Pinney 9,878 1.19
Lieutenant Governor
John B. Martin 10,213 1.25
Treasurer
John H. Hawkins 10,007 1.22
Attorney General
Thomas W. Shreve 9,992 1.21
Works Commissioner
Eugene M. Hill 9,968 1.21
Clerk
Fred W. Barrett 9,893 1.20
Judge, Supreme Court
Mahlon Rouch 9,907 1.21

1902:      
Secretary of State
Andrew L. White 12,336 1.52
Justice Supreme Ct.
Albert L. Talcott 12,409 1.54
Works Commissioner
Samuel W. Dunlap 12,371 1.53
Dairy Commissioner
George W. Mace 11,608 1.44
Judge Sup.Ct., short term
Albert L. Talcott 12,454 1.57

1903:      
Governor
Nelson D. Creamer 13,502 1.56
Lieutenant Governor
Joseph M. Scott 13,491 1.56
Treasurer
Will Kingham 13,448 1.56
Auditor
Albanus C. Purvis 13,453 1.56
Attorney General
Thomas W. Shreve 13,313 1.56
Works Commissioner
Benjamin Farquhar 13,420 1.57
 
Benjamin Farquhar 13,355 1.56
Justice Supreme Ct.
E. Jay Pinney 13,493 1.57
Schools Superintend.
John Howard Dickason 13,422 1.57

1904:      
Secretary of State
Harold King Rockhill 19,253 1.92
Dairy Commis.
William J. Kirkendall 19,133 1.91
Justice, Supreme Ct.
George L. Case 19,239 1.92
Clerk
William A. Weaver 19,255 1.92

1905:      
Governor
Aaron S. Watkins 13,061 1.39
Lieutenant Governor
Willis E. Foltz 13,707 1.49
Treasurer
Hiram L. Baker 13,873 1.52
Attorney General
Walter S. Lister 13,636 1.49
Works Commissioner
George W. Mace 13,759 1.51
Justice, Supreme Ct.
James Sterling 13,785 1.51

1906:      
Secretary of State
Alfred F. Hughes 11,970 1.51
Works Commissioner
Richard H. Rutherford 12,027 2.00
Schools Superintend.
John H. Dickason 11,994 1.51
Dairy Commissioner
D. Gwynn Coyner 11,339 1.43

1908:      

Governor

John B. Martin 7,665 0.68

Lieutenant Governor

George H. Creamer 9,913 0.88

Secretary of State

Henry J. Haskell 10,615 0.95

Auditor

Joseph R. Stratton 11,385 1.02

Treasurer

James H. Ford 10,897 0.98

Attorney General

George S. Hawke 10,845 0.97

Schools Superintendent

Robert C. Simpson 10,574 0.95

Clerk

Israel B. Miller 10,657 0.95

Works Commissioner

Abel A. Bostwick 10,728 0.96
 
Peter A. Wolf 10,629 0.95

Dairy Commissioner

Henry Prescott 10,427 0.94

Justice, Supreme Court

Charles M. Strickler 10,613 0.95
Albert L. Talcott 10,506 0.94

1910:      

Governor

Henry A. Thompson 7,129 0.77

Lieutenant Governor

Prescott Gillian 7,079 0.78

Secretary of State

Alfred H. Stratton 7,104 0.79

Treasurer

Herschel F. Teal 7,048 0.78

Attorney General

E. Jay Pinney 7,065 0.79

Schools Superintendent

Orphanus A. Richards 6,981 0.78

Dairy Commissioner

D. Gwynn Coyner 6,812 0.76

Works Commissioner

Augustus Himes 7,076 0.79

Clerk

Lon C. Brown 7,114 0.80

Justice, Supreme Court

Walter S. Lister 7,193 0.81
 
Albert L. Talcott 6,893 0.77

1912:      

Governor

Daniel A, Poling 16,607 1.60

Lieutenant Governor

J.T.N. Braithwaite 13,344 1.30

Secretary of State

Addison Taylor 12,028 1.17

Auditor

John H. Ferguson 12,003 1.17

Treasurer

Milton H. McCormick 12,002 1.17

Attorney General

Albert L. Talcott 11,669 1.14

Clerk

John C. Keyser 11,753 1.15

Dairy Commissioner

Samuel D. Himes 11,445 1.12

Representative

Frank W. Stanton 11,862 1.17

1914:      

(There is said to have been a write-in slate, but no data is available.)


1916:      

Senator

Aaron S. Watkins 12,060 1.04

Governor

John H. Dickason 7,347 0.62

Lieutenant Governor

Charles F. Bacon 6,865 0.59

Secretary of State

Sylvanus E. Fox 6,837 0.59

Auditor

Will W. Scott 6,692 0.58

Treasurer

John H. Ferguson 6,708 0.58

Attorney General

George S. Hawke 6,839 0.59

1918:      

State Sen (Greene Co)

John A. Rehm 85 2.15 *

State Rep (Carroll Co)

Charles Mitzel 43 1.33

State Rep (Columb Co)

J.E. Walten 388 3.11

State Rep (Darke Co)

S.A. Longfellow 346 3.85

State Rep (Richland Co)

H.E. Higgans 255 2.48

State Rep (Ross County)

Henry E. Uhrig 27 0.33

Carroll County

Clerk

E.E. Stokesberry 49.00 1.55

Sheriff

S.W. Snee 77.00 3.28

Auditor

James T. Barrick 33.00 1.02

Commissioner

C.W. Noel 47.00 1.71 *

 

Milo Van Fossen 50.00 1.82

Treasurer

J.B. Tope 80.00 3.63

Columbiana County

Auditor

E.A. Chandler 351.00 2.8

Commissioner

Homer B. Shelton 384.00 2.89

 

Emmor Harris 301.00 4.06

 

J.C. Croft 289.00 3.70

Treasurer

Joseph B. Stratton 336.00 2.66

Recorder

Richard E. Baxter 414.00 4.98

Coroner

W.M. Calhoun 570.00 7.05

Darke County

Clerk

D.P. Whitesell 204.00 2.26

Sheriff

George C. Delk 192.00 2.07

Auditor

J.E. Detamore 223.00 2.46

Commissioner

John A. Cassell 185.00 2.02

 

Martin Hardman 194.00 2.26

 

B.F. Skidmore 198.00 2.24

Treasurer

I.F. Petersime 200.00 2.20

Recorder

F.M. Dershem 209.00 2.32

Coroner

W.A. Minton 330.00 6.43 *

Greene County

Clerk

J.M. McKay 96.00 1.63

Sheriff

John A. Horner 79.00 3.63 *

Auditor

George S. Cresswell 78.00 1.42

Commissioner

W.H. Bobb 80.00 1.34

 

W.H. Ellis 66.00 1.15

 

E.H. Schauer 73.00 1.28

Treasurer

Clayton McMillen 71.00 1.24

Ross County

Clerk

J.C. Grubbs 36.00 0.44

Sheriff

Platt H. Higley 43.00 0.52

Auditor

Joseph Erwin 35.00 0.43

Commissioner

James Armstrong 41.00 0.52

 

D. Guinn Coynor 46.00 0.58

 

Thomas C. Jones 46.00 0.59

Treasurer

George W. Kincaid 48.00 0.59

Recorder

Robert W. Throckmorton 41.00 0.51

1920:      
Senator
no data
write-in
Governor
John A. Henderson
294
write-in
Lt. Governor
no data  
write-in
Secretary of State
no data  
write-in
Treasurer
no data  
write-in
Auditor
no data  
write-in
Attorney General
no data  
write-in
State House
Darke County
Bowman Hostetler
198
1.12
Franklin County
Prescott Gillilan
635
0.63
Darke County
E.C. Grubbs
117
0.64
 
B.F. Mong
136
0.76
 
W.H. Clark
136
0.76
 
Emanuel Martin
156
0.89
 
B.F. Skidmore
141
0.81
 
J. B. Darlinger
127
0.71
 
George D. Puterbaugh
127
0.71
 
E.E. Ailey
128
0.71
 
George W. Hittle
263
81.42
win
Franklin County
Clerk
no data
Sheriff
James A. Kidwell
284
0.27
Commissioner
D. Murray Graham
308
0.29
 
James C. Daugherty
290
0.28
 
7.C. Weed
220
0.21
Treasurer
J.E. Morrell
284
0.27
Recorder
W.H. Muth
243
0.28

1922:      
Governor
Aaron S. Watkins
102
write-in
Congressional District 4
Oral White
34
0.04

1924:      
 
State House,
  Franklin County
Charlotte R. Forney 330 0.35
Prescott Gillilan 340 0.36
C.W. Schaffer 325 0.34
W.E. Jones 425 0.45
Franklin County
Commissioner
Jacob E. Bevelhymer 283 0.30
 
A.F. Loy 204 0.22
Sheriff
H.L. Goff 235 0.23
Clerk of Courts
W.J. Balzar 284 0.29
Treasurer
B.F. Miller 383 0.40
Recorder
Alva Beach 258 0.27

1926:
State House, Darke County
J.E. Detamore 72 0.55
State House,
     Greene County
G.J. Graham 329 6.18
*
State House,
  Jefferson County
George W. Porter 123 1.28
Darke County
Clerk
S.D. Kissel 69 0.51
Sheriff
George E. Wilcox 56 0.40
Auditor
Walter J. Martin 102 0.75
Commissioner
George E. Delk 86 0.64
Treasurer
B.F. Mong 57 0.42
Recorder
Belle Sigerfoos 66 0.48
Greene County
Sheriff
J.A. Harner 399 6.67
*
Auditor
Clara W. Wildman 314 5.44
*
Commissioner
George E. Cresswell 299 5.36
*
Treasurer
Clayton McMillan 226 3.72
*
Jefferson County
Sheriff
Phil Meholin 390 3.64
Auditor
R.V. Gomerville 164 1.63
Recorder
Rush Stevenson 115 1.11

1927:      
Darke County
 
     Gettysburg
 
  Mayor
Russell W. Witwer
win
 
  Councilman
Earnest Grissom
win
 
  Board of
     Education
Ira M. Petersime
A.R. Zimmerman
win
win
 

1928:      
Senator
J. Wetherell Hutton 1,003 0.04
Governor
Frank W. Stanton 1,085 0.04
Lt. Governor
Robert G. Reed 1,086 0.05
Secretary of State
Fred W. Barrett 1,050 0.05
Auditor
James T. Orr 1,105 0.05
Treasurer
Joseph E. Walton 1,049 0.05
Attorney General
George S. Hawke 1,574 0.07
 
State House, Darke County
Harry M. Dershem 78 0.50
State House,
     Franklin County
Alvah Beach 264 0.21
 
Anna L. Burgett 352 0.28
 
Prescott Gillian 263 0.21
 
W.E. Jones 273 0.22
 
Richard Outcalt 239 0.19
Darke County
     Clerk of Courts
Ralph Holladay 66 0.39
     Sheriff
William Riggs 32 0.18
     Commissioner
W.L. Thomas 41 0.25
 
Lewis Lease 42 0.25
     Treasurer
George C. Delk 40 0.23
     Coroner
C.F. Puterbaugh 534 6.53 *
Franklin County
     Clerk of Courts
Thomas E. Pool 232 0.18
     Sheriff
Ervil E. Benedict 250 0.19
     Commissioner
D. Murray Graham 220 0.17
 
O.M. Swickard 179 0.14
     Treasurer
John M. Wagner 248 0.20

1929:      
Darke County
     Gettysburg
    Mayor
Russell S. Witwer win

1930:      
 
State House, Darke County
William L. Thomas 138 0.96
State House,
    Morrow County
E.R. McMillan 123 2.06
Darke County
Commissioner
D.I. Dunkelberger 142 0.98
Auditor
Andrew B. Miller 171 1.18
Sheriff
Abe Nisonger 136 0.92
Recorder
G.E. Heisman 156 1.09
Treasurer
John E. Cassel 120 0.83
Coroner
J.E. Detamore 1,097 13.56 *
Morrow County
Commissioner
R.G. Williams 67 1.12
Auditor
Walter L. Benedict 88 1.48
Sheriff
Albert A. Kirkpatrick 188 3.14
Recorder
Harold H. Mosher 148 2.52
Treasurer
J.C. Ruhl 112 1.91

1931:      
Darke County
     Gettysburg
    Mayor
Russell S. Witwer
win

1932:      
Senator
Frank M. Mecartney 34,760 1.41
Governor
Aaron S. Watkins 19,575 0.76
Lt. Governor
W. Rollo Boehringer 6,263 0.26
Secretary of State
Earl E. Frazier 5,919 0.24
Auditor
Ira M. Petersime 6,442 0.27
Treasurer
J.C. Gordon 6,309 0.26
Attorney General
George S. Hawke 5,882 0.24
Congressman-at-Large
Edward R. Stafford 24,625 1.05
 
Alfred H. Stratton 17,844 0.76
State Senate 23,
     (Trumbull County)
Frank Mecartney 464 0.45
State House, Darke County
Emma Fausher 149 0.79
Darke County
     Sheriff
David Dunkelberger 200 1.02
     Treasurer
J.A. Folkerth 132 0.70

1933:      
Darke County
     Adams Township
          Justice of the Peace
S.D. Kissel
win
Constable
S.D. Kissel
no data
Trustee
Arthur Brewer
no data
     Gettysburg
Mayor
Russell Witwer
win
Clerk
John Knisley
win
Councilman
Ralph K. Miller
win
 
C.L. Dersham
win
 
William Bang
win
     Board of Education
Carrie McKee
win
Jackson County
    Lick Township
Trustee
Marshall G. Hadley
no data
Justice of the     Peace
L.M. Walker
no data

1934:      
Senator
Aaron S. Watkins
write-in
Governor
Charles A. Bame
write-in
Lt. Governor
W. Rollo Boehringer
write-in
Secretary of State
C.C. Chapman
write-in
Justice, Supreme Court
George S. Hawke
write-in
Treasurer
J.J. Dalzell
write-in
Attorney General
S.P. McNaught
write-in
Congressman-at-Large
Bertha McKinney
write-in
 
B.H. Shadduck
write-in
Congr. Dist.   1
J.R. McClure
write-in
Congr. Dist.   4
Glen Meyer
write-in
Congr. Dist.   7
David H. Smith
write-in
Congr. Dist. 11
J.A. Skinner
write-in
Congr. Dist. 15
Stokes Watson
write-in
Congr. Dist. 17
E.J. Williams
write-in
State House, Franklin Co.
W.J. Maxwell
write-in
 
M.N. Graham
write-in
 
Prescott Gillilan
write-in
 
J.R. Engle
write-in
 
William Hetzer
write-in
State House, Belmont Co.
J.A. Fisher 188 0.68
State House, Darke Co.
Charles T. Grant 161 1.03

1935:      
Darke County
 
     Adams Township
 
    Trustee
John Leis
no data
 
 
Preston Wade
no data
 
Justice Peace
Mark R. Stanley
no data
 
Constable
Mearle Bertram
no data
 
     Gettysburg
 
Mayor
Russel S. Witwer
no data
 
Council
Ralph K. Miller
no data
 
William Bang
win
 
Clifford Dershaw
win
 
Abe L. Miller
no data
 
Marshall
Oliver Roberts
no data
 
Board of  Ed.
Earl Hittle
no data
 
Ray Keller
no data
 

1936:      
Governor
Aaron S. Watkins
write-in
Lt. Governor
George W. Scarberry
write-in
Secretary of State
Edward D. Payne
write-in
Auditor
W.D. Carmichael
write-in
Treasurer
M.C. Haley
write-in
Attorney General
George S. Hawke
write-in
Congressman-at-Large
Truman M. Davidson
write-in
Congr. Dist. 7
David H. Smith
write-in
State House, Darke Co.
T.R. Eley
no data
Darke County
Coroner
J.A. Detamore
144
0.76
Commissioner
Frank M. Dershem
no data
Harry Fertshaus
no data
Clerk
Alice Kunkel
no data
Sheriff
Ora Sneary
no data
Treasurer
Eli Sheretts
no data
Recorder
Jesse A. Folkerth
no data
Probate Judge
J.D. Hartzell
no data

1938:  
 
Senator
G.H.L. Beeman
write-in
Governor
Ernest L. Byrns
write-in
Lt. Governor
G.B. Scarberry
write-in
Secretary of State
Carl K. Funderburg
write-in
Treasurer
J.M. Cochran
write-in
Attorney General
George S. Hawke
write-in
Congressman-at-Large
Truman M. Davidson
write-in
Congr. Dist. 12 (Columbus)
Prescott Gillilan
write-in
State House, Darke Co.
Theodore R. Eley
455
2.96
State House, Franklin Co.
Alvah Beach
write-in
 
Edward P. Park
write-in
 
Harry B.Dolby
write-in
 
Manona Royer
write-in
 
William L. Hetzer
write-in
 
T.S. Simms
write-in
State House, Meigs Co.
George E. Carson
write-in
State House, Morrow Co.
E.R. McMillan
95
1.49
State House, Wayne Co.
Ora  E. Snyder
write-in
Darke County
Commissioner
David I. Dunkelberger
no data
Auditor
William Bang
no data
Franklin County
Commissioner
R.H. Campbell
no data
Greene County
Commissioner
J.A. Harner
770
5.77

1939:  
 
Darke County
 
       Adams Township
 
Trustee
Clyde Ashman
win
 
       Gettysburg
 
Council
Lloyd Ashman
win
 
Otis Purtee
win
 
Elmer Martin
win
 
George Bowersox
win
 
Board of Ed.
Lloyd Miller
win
 

1940:      
Governor
Ray M. Petersime
(write-in)
32
Lt. Governor
S.J. Bailey
(write-in)
 
Secretary of State
L.R. Day
(write-in)
 
Auditor
C. LeRoy Ballanger
(write-in)
 
Treasurer
J.A. Harner
(write-in)
 
Attorney General
F.M. Mecartney
(write-in)
 
Representative 
Truman M. Davidson
(write-in)
 
 
Stella Sauner
(write-in)
 
Justice Supreme Court
George S. Hawke
(write-in)
 

1943:      
Gettysburg
 
   Mayor
Russell Witwer
(no data)
 
   Clerk
John Kneisley
(no data)
 
   Treasurer
William Bang
(no data)
 
   Councilman
Lloyd Ashman
(win)
 
   School Board
Ray Keller
(win)
 
 
Chester George
(win)
 
Steubenville
 
   Mayor
Charles H. Baker
(no data)
 
   President, City Council
Philip Meholin
(no data)
 
   Councilman-at-Large
A.P. Higgins
(no data)
 
Nellie Dailey
(no data)
 

1944:      

(the following were announced write-in candidates; no votes were officially reported)

Senator
Everett Harris
Governor
John Clark Williams
Lt. Governor
Truman Davidson
Secretary of State
William Rider
Auditor
Henry Wiess
Treasurer
Jesse Harney
Rep.
Roger Snyder

1950:  
Representative
Raymond J. Jeffreys
(write-in)