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vyonnng, tana'inosc ouiics iuuijc, wu in nis-aeicai lb rcaavuic aoom
of the .Republican .panyjor. Lincoln, orant, uarneld, and AlcKinley.
. A".Democratic House, is, elected -with a-majority so large as to be
almost-unwieldly," and, States electing Senators within the 'next two
yeareare. Democratic,, assuring political, change in the Senate.
The victory is; not dose, not doubtful,, not even small enough to
be politically healthy. The scholar in politics" has made a remarkable
campaign, ending in the largest popular' and electoral vote ever ac
corded to-a candidate for-the Presidency in the history of the nation
Democracy, militant:'and exulting, comes to the front innational-affairs
viUT nocloud upon its title to leadership and no limit ,to its oppor
tunity for usefulness.
.Early' election returns from Newt York, New England, New Jer
sey, and1 Maryland, which all proclaimed unprecedented majorities for
Wilson and .Marshall,, were later confirmed, by similar reports from
most of the Middle States,- frpm : the -Middle West'and-tbc'FarWest,
and-long before midnight'sdldoubt was' removed'regardmg the result
All that-was left, was counting up the .'majorities and, puttings in con-,
(rete form thei(iimensions:of the Democratic triumph of ,1912.'. '"
' The Wilsea- and. Marshall-tkket in "most -States carried with it
tbe;l;ccs,New;Y6;X!eAicu
Hampshire'-elected Democratic Gortrnqrsr and-'DeiriocTalic.v Legisla
tures." In Massachusetts. Gov.lect .Foss.t ran shghtiy ahead of; the
natio'nal ticket, though his vote adnotiquite equal that of last )-ear.-
Some-qf the surprises of the, result' are, to. be" found in the, un
expected strength of the Progressive party in Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia, Illinois, Michigan, .and .Iowa, -and the large vote' for Wilson in
many of the Western' States, where the Roosevelt ticket was supposed
to be strongest Another surprise was found, in the city of Boston,
where the Wilson and Marshall ticket polled more votes than the
combined Taft and Roosevelt tickets.
The electoral' vote for Wilson and Marshall is 377, 'more than 100
above the required number to insure election. Roosevelt gets 106
and Taft 16, with 32 still in doubt results as surprising as they are
satisfactory to the winning party.
It is impossible at this time even to estimate the. volume of the
popular vote for the successful candidates, but it is in numbers even
more imposing than'that of the electoral colleges.
Although his popular vote is not as. great by two million as the
combined vote of the. Republican and Progressiveparties, Mr. Wilson
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may have an even greater plorallty
than Wilson's. '
Martin -H. Qlynn' plurality (or Lieu
tenant aovernor.U apparently more tnan
that given to either Wllaon or Sulzer.'.
Wllaon s plurality over Tart above the
Bronx Is at least 'ROM. In New York
City It-Is quite 183,000 over Taft and 13.
0M over Roosevelt, i who ran second. below
the Bronx.
Bauer's plurality over .Hedges In the
Interior wIU, exceed that of Wilson 'over
Taft by many,.thousands.K In, the city
Biuzer oeat etraus oy more man wiwm.
Glynn s New York city plurality, at
midnlrht- was about 307.000. He led all
the candidates on the Democratic' State
ticket, according-to returns at midnight
The new legislature win be Democrauc
la both branches by "a .heaTler. majority
than that of two years ago. Then .the
Democrats controlled lit -of the 300 Sen
ators and Assemblymen.
For the Orst time in history the
Democrats went i down to the Harlem
River with a. majority. .
The Caty of Syracuse went Demo
cratic for, the.flrst.tlme In. history.
Col 'Roosevelt earned his .own district
In Oyster "Bay by arpluarflty of '.132.
Wilson 'carried Buffalo City by 'more
than 4.000., ... , , , -
CoL i Roosevelt' telephoned'' friends '-at
the "Union League club c that -.the -Progressive
party had annihilated' the Re
publican-party in the' nation. and would
control oe'.nauonai committee ana na
tlo'nal, convention In' 1SI1" -,
. Oscar. 8. Straus, .commenting on his
'defeat, said: This comes. as a. pleasant
relief tS roe. I had-, rather be defeated
than go to .Albany-without a Progres
sive uauiatnre.".
s William F- McCombs. In- wlrina his
-congratniations to itepresentauve and
now OovTeleet Sulxer. said: "We are
gratified:, to 'know -that a Democratlo
administration In Washington - will be
backed .up By a Democratlo admmls
tration at Albany."
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, Philadelphia. -Nov. E. Roosevelt carries
city br JS.0W to. 20.000.
Botae. Idaho. Nov..'E. WiUon accordteg
io .aiereioxns-wiu.iiroBaiiiv, tikvm rmm
12,000 to' 1S.0W .plurallty,-over' Roosevelt.
Tba, legislature seems-to-beRepubUcan;
assjurlnrthe return 'of SenatonvBorah.
The race for. governor. is still, uncertain:'
stinneapona; aunn., Nov. Latest rei
turns indicate lollowinr trrtmia-vwnm.
uiteor Robsereit.Vns,v:i' Tart .ioouooo.
The lesialature wia"be-Republlesn..The
entire Republican State ticket .Is running
ChIcagb,.Nov.' . The, result in .Tlltnoli
Is still In doubt at, aneartv.hmn. thi.
morning, aHhongh ,Rooevat la stni ln
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saie margin ana seemed during-thet-en'
laviwzwm- wonme BUte, . but'. since
midnight returns are "comlnc-iBTfn-nifh.
outoern- dlstrtcurglvlag Wilson "tabstan
tlat PluraUtlea.,There".l'la;elaBceUjat
he winyet overtakejBooasvelt. ;.
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velt, on. the :face'.ofrretaraa "taoulated -at
10 JO, to-night, -appears 'to- have carried
Pennsylvania. This supposition Is. baaed
upon'less tban onequarter 'of . the re
turns, bat "enough to" show" that Gov. WO-
son.appears.to be falling far short or his
predicted' vote., of 441000 In the State.
whilePresident Taft appears to be run
ning a little ahead- of the 36000 allotted
to him by opposition leaders, .and not
disputed by the crushad leaders of his
own party. Roosevelt should have about
470,009 -votes. In the'St'ate.. If the present
ratio continues, and many of the city
wards. and country-districts In i which the
colonel was conceded to be-the strongest
htve not been heard' from.
In Philadelphia, President' Taft seems
to be running better than expected, ow
Irg to the fact 'that the down-town' lead
ers, at the very last'-moment, decided to
tpllt their , enormous "vote and t divide It
almost equally between Taft and Roose
velt. Gov. Wilson's votejn Philadelphia is
a surprise, ne lost votes In' nearly every
district so -far heard from, and 'every
vote appears to have gone to Roosevelt.
Even in the. Sixth Ward. the only Demo
cratic ward In Philadelphia, he .lost 459
votes.
The returns Indicate that James- Greg
orson. Socialist candidate for the legis
lature In the McKeesport district, haa de
feated Dr. Steele, Republican.
County, Chairman Johns,, of the Repub
lican party, concedes Allegheny County
to Roosevelt by .15,000. If the present
ratio continue.. Mr. Johns said, there. Is
no doubt tnat Congressman. BarchSeld
has been re-elected:
t.The electoral .vote of each'StateMjias
rouows:
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Irlpeth bodies the rrunreative slnaflli wffl'ke treater. IScsxtkws
jel)strin the House the Derrwcra. .will have a dean Kmajontj. over
JgJbepnblicans and Projressivej. V "C.
i'.i'lJarly- indications are, that, the poKticall complexion of the Jrloose .
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