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Enoch A. Holtwick

Prohibition

Date Party Office Votes Result
11-05-1912 Prohibition AD-61 696 Loss
11-03-1914 Prohibition AD-61 1655 Loss
11-07-1916 Prohibition AD-61 2641 Loss
11-06-1956 Prohibition President 11119 Loss
Website: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enoch_A._Holtwick
 

Candidate Biography:

Enoch Arden Holtwick
Born: January 3, 1881 in Rhineland, Missouri
Died: March 28, 1972 in Greenville, Illinois

Previous: President, Los Angeles Pacific Junior College
1936: Candidate for State Treasurer [Illinois] (Lost)
1938: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1940: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1942: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1944: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1948: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1950: Candidate for U.S. Senator [Illinois] (Lost)
1952: Candidate for Vice President (Lost)


  • PLACENAME: According to wikipedia, the Enoch A. Holtwick Literary Award and Enoch A. Holtwick Residence Hall at Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois are named for Holtwick.