Avery: 40–50% 50–60% 60–70%
Wiles: 40–50% 50–60% 60–70%
|Elections in Kansas|
The 1964 Kansas gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1964. Republican nominee William H. Avery defeated Democratic nominee Harry G. Wiles with 50.9% of the vote.
This marks the last time in Kansas history that the elected Governor was of the same party as the outgoing Governor.
Primary elections were held on August 4, 1964.
|Democratic||Harry G. Wiles||50,590||32.41|
|Democratic||Jules V. Doty||37,305||23.90|
|Democratic||Joseph W. Henkle Sr.||21,304||13.65|
|Democratic||J. Donald Coffin||9,140||5.86|
|Republican||William H. Avery||85,745||30.39|
|Republican||McDill "Huck" Boyd||75,451||26.74|
|Republican||Paul R. Wunsch||71,601||25.38|
|Republican||William M. Ferguson||36,622||12.98|
|Republican||Harold H. Chase||8,397||2.98|
|Republican||Albert S. Myers||1,615||0.57|
Major party candidates
|Republican||William H. Avery||432,667||50.88%|
|Democratic||Harry G. Wiles||400,264||47.07%|
|Independent||Kenneth L. Myers||11,816||1.39%|
|Prohibition||Harry E. Livermore||5,667||0.67%|