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New York: 1914-15 Constitutional Convention


Delegates to State Constitutional Convention, 1914-15 (May be incomplete!)

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1914 Nov 3: Louis Marshall (Rep & Independence League), elected; Seth Low (Rep), elected; Henry L. Stimson (Rep & Independence League), elected; Herbert Parsons (Rep & Independence League), elected; George W. Wickersham (Rep), elected; Jacob Gould Schurman (Rep), elected; Edgar T. Brackett (Rep), elected; Elihu Root (Rep), elected; John Lord O'Brian (Rep), elected; Adolph J. Rodenbeck (Rep), elected; Charles H. Young (Rep), elected; Alphonso P. Clearwater (Rep), elected; William Berri (Rep), elected; Jacob Brenner (Rep), elected; Patrick W. Cullinan (Rep), elected; Edgar M. Cullen (Dem & Independence League), defeated; Samuel Untermyer (Dem & Independence League), defeated; William F. McCombs (Dem & Independence League), defeated; Samuel Gompers (Dem), defeated; D-Cady Herrick (Dem), defeated; James M. Lynch (Dem & Independence League), defeated; Martin W. Littleton (Dem), defeated; William Church Osborn (Dem), defeated; John F. Murtaugh (Dem & Independence League), defeated; Morgan J. O'Brien (Dem), defeated; John A. Dix (Dem), defeated; Jacob Ruppert (Dem), defeated; Calvin J. Huson (Dem), defeated; Robert B. Van Cortlandt (Dem), defeated; Michael F. McGoldrick (Dem), defeated; Oscar S. Straus (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; Homer D. Call (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; William Hamlin Childs (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; John Mitchell (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; Katherine B. Davis (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; Edwin R. A. Seligman (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; Francis W. Bird (Progressive & Independence League), defeated; Carlos C. Alden (Progressive), defeated; William H. Hotchkiss (Progressive), defeated; Frederick E. Draper (Progressive), defeated; Charles H. Strong (Progressive), defeated; Charles M. Dickinson (Progressive), defeated; George S. Van Schaick (Progressive), defeated; James C. Thomas, Jr. (Progressive), defeated; Vasco P. Abbott (Progressive), defeated; Charles E. Russell (Socialist), defeated; Benjamin Feigenbaum (Socialist), defeated; S. John Block (Socialist), defeated; Bertha H. Mailly (Socialist), defeated; Max Schonberg (Socialist), defeated; James Folan (Socialist), defeated; Henry Froehlich (Socialist), defeated; Charles Rowe (Socialist), defeated; Ludwig Lore (Socialist), defeated; Eugene Wood (Socialist), defeated; Lucien Sania (Socialist), defeated; John W. Dennis (Socialist), defeated; Walter A. Kruesi (Socialist), defeated; Joseph Slavit (Socialist), defeated; Orville A. Babcock (Socialist), defeated; Ida Craft (Prohibition), defeated; Louise Lockwood (Prohibition), defeated; Frances W. Graham (Prohibition), defeated; Alexander D. Ellis (Prohibition), defeated; George Hull (Prohibition), defeated; Alphonso A. Hopkins (Prohibition), defeated; Walter J. Farrington (Prohibition), defeated; William C. Gray (Prohibition), defeated; T. Alexander MacNicholl (Prohibition), defeated; Clarence E. Pitts (Prohibition), defeated; Ben D. Wright (Prohibition), defeated; Charles W. McClair (Prohibition), defeated; Charles E. Manierre (Prohibition), defeated; Clarence B. Simrill (Prohibition), defeated; Arthur A. Amidon (Prohibition), defeated.
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