1904 Gubernatorial General Election Results - Illinois
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Data for this Contest was Contributed by ClarkR on 2010-10-24

  Gubernatorial
Candidate
Political
Party
Popular Vote
Charles S. DeneenRepublican 634,029 59.09%
Lawrence B. StringerDemocratic 334,880 31.21%
John CollinsSocialist 59,062 5.50%
Robert H. PattonProhibition 35,440 3.30%
Philip VealSocialist Labor 4,379 0.41%
James HoganPeople's 4,364 0.41%
Andrew G. SpechtContinental 780 0.07%
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Demographic Data

1910 Population:5,638,591Enum.1910 Population Density:39.2persons/km2
1900 Population:4,821,550Enum.1900 Population Density:33.5persons/km2
Land Area (2000):143,961km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:1.6%

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Data Sources:
  • Source for Popular Vote data: Illinois Secretary of State, Comp, "General Election IL Governor," Blue Book of the State of Illinois, 1905-1906 (Springfield: Illinois State Journal Company, State Printers, 1905)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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