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Philip A. Stanton


Date Party Office Votes Result
11-04-1902 Republican AD-71 1566 Win
11-08-1904 Republican AD-71 3166 Win
11-06-1906 Republican AD-71 2302 Win
11-03-1908 Republican AD-71 3114 Win

Candidate Biography:

Philip Ackley Stanton
Born: February 4, 1868 in Cleveland, Ohio
Died: 1945 in Seal Beach, CA 

1909-1910: Speaker, California State Assembly
1901: Founder, Pacific City (now Huntington Beach, CA)
1910: Proponent, Proposition 33 ("authorizing the city and county of San Francisco to amend its charter in aid of Panama Pacific International Exposition")
1915: Founder, Bay City (now Seal Beach, CA)

  • PLACENAME: The City of Stanton in Orange County was first incorporated from 1911-1924, and later from 1956 to the present. The City is named after Speaker Stanton, who assisted in the incorporation of the city.

Source: California Blue Book (1903)
Source: California Blue Book (1907)
Source: California Blue Book (1909)