1904 Florida gubernatorial election

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Nominee Napoleon B. Broward Matthew B. MacFarlane
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 28,971 6,357
Percentage 79.16% 17.37%

Governor before election

William Sherman Jennings
Democratic

Elected Governor

Napoleon B. Broward
Democratic

The 1904 Florida gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1904. Democratic nominee Napoleon B. Broward defeated Republican nominee Matthew B. MacFarlane with 79.16% of the vote.

General election

Candidates

Major party candidates

Other candidates

Results

1904 Florida gubernatorial election[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Napoleon B. Broward 28,971 79.16% -1.82%
Republican Matthew B. MacFarlane 6,357 17.37% +0.10%
Socialist W.R. Healey 1,270 3.47%
Majority 22,614
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

Results by county

County Napoleon Bonaparte Broward

Democratic

Matthew B. MacFarlane

Republican

W.R. Healey

Socialist

Totals[6]
# # # #
Alachua 1,235 455 31 1,721
Baker 356 45 20 421
Bradford 653 94 9 756
Brevard 560 110 12 682
Calhoun 300 65 12 377
Citrus 388 18 7 413
Clay 250 48 0 298
Columbia 687 251 13 951
Dade 919 249 54 1,222
DeSoto 711 153 14 878
Duval 2,246 553 79 2,878
Escambia 1,558 442 38 2,038
Franklin 336 141 6 483
Gadsden 488 22 1 511
Hamilton 472 85 10 567
Hernando 185 5 6 196
Hillsborough 2,168 592 200 2,960
Holmes 403 39 11 453
Jackson 1,298 172 36 1,506
Jefferson 473 79 10 562
Lafayette 411 52 0 463
Lake 534 116 20 670
Lee 321 31 119 471
Leon 661 84 7 752
Levy 458 81 13 552
Liberty 164 23 0 187
Madison 605 34 5 644
Manatee 623 86 73 782
Marion 1,095 143 54 1,292
Monroe 807 229 49 1,085
Nassau Unknown
Orange 848 274 48 1,170
Osceola 250 45 6 301
Pasco 463 40 11 514
Polk 885 83 32 1,000
Putnam 512 291 27 830
Santa Rosa 459 15 21 495
St. Johns 558 182 79 819
Sumter 338 45 6 389
Suwannee 608 77 11 696
Taylor 251 59 3 313
Volusia 690 245 44 979
Wakulla 198 33 12 243
Walton 440 181 13 634
Washington 585 145 29 759
Total 28,971 6,357 1,270 36,598

References

  1. ^ "Napoleon Bonaparte Broward". Secretary of State of Florida. Archived from the original on 2014-11-10. Retrieved December 26, 2021.
  2. ^ "Napoleon Bonaparte Broward". National Governors Association. Archived from the original on 2019-02-10. Retrieved December 26, 2021.
  3. ^ Cutler, Harry (1823). History of Florida: Past and Present, Historical and Biographical. Vol. 3. Lewis Publishing Company. p. 68. Retrieved June 2, 2021.
  4. ^ The World Almanac and Book of Facts. Vol. 1902. Press Publishing Company. 1902. p. 399. Retrieved June 2, 2021.
  5. ^ "Tampa City Council Members: 1849-2021". City of Tampa. May 6, 2021. Archived from the original on 2021-06-02. Retrieved June 2, 2021.
  6. ^ a b Griffin, R. Steven; ‘Workers of the Sunshine State, Unite! The Florida Socialist Party during the Progressive Era, 1900-1920’ (thesis)
  7. ^ Paul, Brad (1999). "Rebels of the New South: the Socialist Party in Dixie, 1892-1920". ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst: 81 – via University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  8. ^ McGovern, Bernie. Florida Almanac 2007-2008. ISBN 9781455604418. Retrieved 2020-08-12.