1864 Louisiana gubernatorial election (Union)

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Louisiana gubernatorial election (Union), 1864
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← 1863 (Confederate) February 22, 1864 1865 →
  Michael Hahn.jpg No image.svg Benjamin Franklin Flanders.jpg
Nominee Michael Hahn J. Q. Fellows Benjamin Flanders
Party Republican Independent Radical Republican
Popular vote 6,158 2,720 1,847
Percentage 57.42% 25.36% 17.22%

Governor before election

George F. Shepley
Military

Elected Governor

Michael Hahn
Republican

The Louisiana gubernatorial election, 1864, was the first election to take place under the Louisiana Constitution of 1864. As a result of this election Michael Hahn became Governor of Union-controlled Louisiana.

Results

Popular Vote[1]

Party Candidate Votes received Percentage
Republican Michael Hahn 6,158 57.42%
Independent J. Q. Fellows 2,720 25.36%
Radical Republican Benjamin Flanders 1,847 17.22%
Total Vote 10,725


Preceded by
1863 Louisiana gubernatorial election (Confederate)
Louisiana gubernatorial elections Succeeded by
1865 Louisiana gubernatorial election

References

  1. ^ Jeanne Frois. 2006. Louisiana Almanac, 2006–2007 Edition. Gretna, La: Pelican Pub. Co. p.547
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