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Michigan: 1933 Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment

Delegates to Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment, 1933 (May be incomplete!)

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1933 Apr 3: L. B. Chittenden (Wet), elected; George A. Baldwin (Dry), defeated. Raymond L. Anglemire (Wet), elected; Floyd M. Barden (Dry), defeated. Arthur W. Wilcox (Wet), elected; Joseph H. Thompson (Dry), defeated. Guy H. Kane (Wet), elected; E. S. Carroll (Dry), defeated. Herman N. Butler (Wet), elected; Annie E. Parliament (Dry), defeated. Eugene Davenport (Dry), elected; Birge C. Swift (Wet), defeated. Adolph J. Rehmus (Wet), elected; Archibald H. McMillan (Dry), defeated. Samuel H. Castanier (Wet), elected; Carl M. Cook (Dry), defeated. Julius J. Krieger (Wet), elected; Emma Jean Hall (Dry), defeated. Doris C. Hawks (Wet), elected; Harris S. Whitney (Dry), defeated. Mortimer W. Olds (Wet), elected; Delbert E. Williams (Dry), defeated. Charles E. Gauss (Wet), elected; Frederic S. Goodrich (Dry), defeated. Howard W. Cavanagh (Wet), elected; Verner W. Main (Dry), defeated. Carl B. Dill (Wet), elected; William H. Berkey (Dry), defeated. Thomas C. Kroupa (Wet), elected; Henry Steimel (Dry), defeated. John C. Rittenhouse (Wet), elected; Allen Schreur (Dry), defeated. Robert S. Moore (Wet), elected; Marshall W. Hoyt (Dry), defeated. Herbert Armbrustmacher (Wet), elected; A. M. Pearl (Dry), defeated. Cornelius Gallagher (Wet), elected; Charles N. Wood (Dry), defeated. Earl M. LaFreniere (Wet), elected; Edwin Asp (Dry), defeated. Albert M. Ewert (Wet), elected; Stanley B. Niles (Dry), defeated. John B. Vallier (Wet), elected; George A. Weaver (Dry), defeated. Carl Bonbright (Wet), elected; James Martin (Wet), elected; Alvin N. Cody (Dry), defeated; Mary L. Blackwell (Dry), defeated. Frank J. Sawyer (Wet), elected; Alfred Stevens (Dry), defeated. Thomas J. Landers (Wet), elected; John Kuivinen (Dry), defeated. Timothy R. Temple (Wet), elected; Demas Cochlin (Dry), defeated. Edwin Raynor (Wet), elected; Leon L. Tyler (Dry), defeated. George D. Schermerhorn (Wet), elected; James Denver Driskill (Dry), defeated. William L. Stannard (Wet), elected; Samuel A. Carey (Dry), defeated. James T. Healy (Wet), elected; Matt M. Dennis (Dry), defeated. William J. Riley (Wet), elected; Charlotte Allison (Dry), defeated. Homer D. Parker (Wet), elected; Glenn M. Frye (Dry), defeated. William J. Barber (Wet), elected; Dora H. Stockman (Dry), defeated. Fred A. Chapman (Wet), elected; George L. Jordan (Dry), defeated. Martin S. McDonough (Wet), elected; Carl A. Rosander (Dry), defeated. Thomas R. McNamara (Wet), elected; Floyd H. Johnson (Dry), defeated. John W. Miner (Wet), elected; Earle J. Engle (Dry), defeated. Dean G. Kimball (Wet), elected; Mark B. Hawes (Dry), defeated. Dean Halford (Wet), elected; James B. Balch (Dry), defeated. William F. Montague (Wet), elected; Samuel H. Van Horn (Dry), defeated. Charles R. Bowman (Wet), elected; Dorothy S. McAllister (Wet), elected; John J. Smolenski (Wet), elected; Frank A. Bacon (Dry), defeated; Henry Beets (Dry), defeated; Fred P. Geib (Dry), defeated. John M. Dunham (Wet), elected; J. Pomeroy Munson (Dry), defeated. William S. Lamoreaux (Wet), elected; M. Harold Saur (Dry), defeated. Loren H. Richards (Wet), elected; Fred J. Stephenson (Dry), defeated. Bert D. Chandler (Wet), elected; Eugene P. Lake (Dry), defeated. Bert Pate (Wet), elected; William H. Caulfield (Dry), defeated. Austin W. Heine (Wet), elected; Emerson O. Gildart (Dry), defeated. William D. Manchester (Wet), elected; Luke Keddie (Dry), defeated. Connor Cowpland (Wet), elected; S. S. Stockwell (Dry), defeated. Fred J. Hermann (Wet), elected; B. S. Bailey (Dry), defeated. Arnold C. Misteli (Wet), elected; Walter F. Jackson (Dry), defeated. Hugh Bresnahan (Wet), elected; William Lovejoy (Dry), defeated. Frank I. Wixom (Wet), elected; Neil C. McKay (Dry), defeated. Henry F. R. Frincke (Wet), elected; E. M. Loose (Dry), defeated. Art Jensen (Wet), elected; Leo B. Niles (Dry), defeated. Fred J. Loewe (Wet), elected; Wesley E. Dyer (Dry), defeated. Elliott D. Prescott (Wet), elected; Vincent A. Martin (Dry), defeated. Robert W. Mason (Wet), elected; Lester Wilcox (Dry), defeated. Preston C. Allen (Wet), elected; Ralph I. Coryell (Dry), defeated. Clarence W. Seery (Wet), elected; Sadie M. Patten (Dry), defeated. Edwin J. Evans (Wet), elected; August Wallen (Dry), defeated. Floyd Doherty (Wet), elected; Leah Garchow (Dry), defeated. William A. Hanrahan (Wet), elected; Wynand Wichers (Dry), defeated. Edward A. Westrope (Wet), elected; Norman J. Randall (Dry), defeated. Albert S. Harvey (Wet), elected; Frank A. Picard (Wet), elected; Fred M. Bullock (Dry), defeated; William R. Longstreet (Dry), defeated. Otto J. Conzelmann (Wet), elected; Cora Chilton (Dry), defeated. Charlotte H. McMorran (Wet), elected; De Hull Black (Dry), defeated. John H. Schlinkert (Wet), elected; Jean Herbert (Dry), defeated. Dan J. Gerow (Wet), elected; Eugene Rider (Dry), defeated. Robert A. Turrel (Wet), elected; Oscar F. Buschlen (Dry), defeated. William J. McCullough (Wet), elected; Ellis F. Wilson (Dry), defeated. Wilbert H. Cook (Wet), elected; Arthur D. Gallery (Dry), defeated. Cecil A. Runyan (Wet), elected; David Anderson (Dry), defeated. Nathan S. Potter (Wet), elected; Lewis C. Reimann (Dry), defeated. Mary E. Alger (Wet), elected; Robert H. Clancy (Wet), elected; Charles E. Bartlett (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Robert D. Wardell (Wet), elected; Arthur J. Lacy (Wet), elected; Andrew C. Baird (Wet), elected; Helen R. Dean (Wet), elected; Sidney T. Miller (Wet), elected; William F. Dettling (Wet), elected; Catherine D. Doran (Wet), elected; Frank D. Eaman (Wet), elected; Charles A. Roxborough (Wet), elected; Rex Humphrey (Wet), elected; Roscoe B. Huston (Wet), elected; John W. Woznak (Wet), elected; George A. Ott (Wet), elected; Emil J. DeBacke (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Charles E. Clark (Dry), defeated; Ben A. Baldwin (Dry), defeated; Douglas A. Graham (Dry), defeated; Merton S. Rice (Dry), defeated; Margaret V. Field (Dry), defeated; Charles F. Kuhn (Dry), defeated; Lincoln E. Buell (Dry), defeated; Ernest S. Marks (Dry), defeated; Arthur F. Tull (Dry), defeated; Etta B. Saunders (Dry), defeated; Henry C. Gleiss (Dry), defeated; J. Henry Ling (Dry), defeated; E. Elmer Staub (Dry), defeated; Thomas L. Starnes (Dry), defeated; Edward E. Maten (Dry), defeated; Ava Downer (Dry), defeated; Anna Surline (Dry), defeated.
  • 1933 Apr 10: Robert J. Teagan, appointed; Victor DeBacke, appointed.
  • 1933 Apr 3: Clyde Austin (Wet), elected; George R. Malone (Dry), defeated. Stephen S. Skrzycki (Wet), elected; Albert A. Ziarko (Dry), defeated. Robert M. Ashley (Wet), elected; Charles A. Brethen (Dry), defeated. Elton R. Eaton (Wet), elected; Evered V. Jolliffe (Dry), defeated. Lundy J. Deming (Wet), elected; William L. Case (Dry), defeated.
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