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November 8, 1892

General Election

President
John Bidwell Prohibition 3% Loss
Grover Cleveland Democratic 43.8% Win
Benjamin Harrison Republican 43.8% Loss
James B. Weaver People's Party 9.4% Loss
 
CD-01
E. W. Davis Republican 38.6% Loss
Thomas J. Geary Democratic 56.8% Win
C. C. Swafford People's Party 4.6% Loss
 
CD-02
Anthony Caminetti Democratic 53.2% Win
John F. Davis Republican 43.1% Loss
C. H. Dunn Prohibition 3.4% Loss
J. H. White Independent 0.3% Loss
 
CD-03
Warren B. English Democratic 43.1% Loss
Samuel G. Hilborn Republican 43.2% Win
J. L. Lyons People's Party 11.5% Loss
L. B. Scranton Prohibition 2.2% Loss
 
CD-04
Charles O. Alexander Republican 43.4% Loss
Edgar P. Burman People's Party 6.5% Loss
Henry Collins Prohibition 1% Loss
James G. Maguire Democratic 49.2% Win
 
CD-05
William Kelly Prohibition 2.4% Loss
Eugene F. Loud Republican 46.4% Win
Jonas Morrison People's Party 7.9% Loss
J. W. Ryland Democratic 43.3% Loss
 
CD-06
Marion Cannon People's Party 56.3% Win
O. R. Dougherty Prohibition 4.9% Loss
Hervey Lindley Republican 38.8% Loss
 
CD-07
William W. Bowers Republican 41.6% Win
Hiram Hamilton People's Party 14.6% Loss
M. B. Harris Prohibition 4.8% Loss
Olin Wellborn Democratic 39% Loss
 
SD-01
Frank McGowan Republican Win
 
SD-03
Tirey L. Ford Republican Win
 
SD-05
Noble Martin Democratic Win
 
SD-07
Henry C. Gesford Democratic Win
 
SD-09
J. B. Hoyt Republican Win
 
SD-11
Elliott McAllister Democratic Win
 
SD-13
E. C. Hart Republican Win
 
SD-15
Benjamin F. Langford Democratic Win
 
SD-17
William J. Dunn Democratic Win
 
SD-18
Jeremiah H. Mahoney Republican Win
 
SD-19
Thomas F. Mitchell Democratic Win
 
SD-21
William J. Biggy Democratic Win
 
SD-23
Charles S. Arms Democratic Win
 
SD-25
John Fay Democratic Win
 
SD-27
Guy C. Earl Republican Win
 
SD-29
Bart Burke Democratic Win
 
SD-31
L. A. Whitehurst Democratic Win
 
SD-33
Thomas Flint Jr. Republican Win
 
SD-35
Orestes Orr Republican Win
 
SD-37
John R. Mathews Democratic Win
 
SD-39
E. C. Seymour Republican Win
 
AD-01
Thomas Duffy Democratic Win
 
AD-02
A. J. Bledsoe Republican Win
 
AD-03
D. J. Johnson Republican Win
 
AD-04
William P. Mathews Democratic Win
 
AD-05
T. W. H. Shanahan Democratic Win
 
AD-06
George Standart Republican Win
 
AD-07
E. B. Price Democratic Win
 
AD-08
D. P. Durst Republican Win
 
AD-09
C. W. Tindall Democratic Win
 
AD-10
W. A. Vann People's Win
 
AD-11
Isaac W. Jacobs Democratic Win
 
AD-12
Richard I. Thomas Republican Win
 
AD-13
George W. Hamilton Democratic Win
 
AD-14
Robert S. Raw Republican Win
 
AD-15
J. L. Sargent Democratic Win
 
AD-16
E. D. Drees Democratic Win
 
AD-17
J. C. Sims Democratic Win
 
AD-18
Owen Wade Republican Win
 
AD-19
C. D. McCauley Democratic Win
 
AD-20
William A. Anderson Republican Win
 
AD-21
H. C. Chipman Republican Win
 
AD-22
Eben B. Owen Republican Win
 
AD-23
James I. Taylor Republican Win
 
AD-24
H. F. Emeric Democratic Win
 
AD-25
John M. LaRue Democratic Win
 
AD-26
J. L. Hutson Democratic Win
 
AD-27
D. J. B. Schroebel Democratic Win
 
AD-28
T. P. Cusick Democratic Win
 
AD-29
W. T. Boyce Democratic Win
 
AD-30
Bernard Conway Democratic Win
 
AD-31
John J. Kennedy Democratic Win
 
AD-32
John E. Buckley Democratic Win
 
AD-33
M. J. Hurley Democratic Win
 
AD-34
R. J. Luttringer Democratic Win
 
AD-35
J. G. Gallagher Republican Win
 
AD-36
John Brownlie Democratic Win
 
AD-37
T. W. Burke Independent Win
 
AD-38
Bert Schlesinger Democratic Win
 
AD-39
Julius Kahn Republican Win
 
AD-40
Edmond Godchaux Democratic Win
 
AD-41
John M. Curtis Democratic Win
 
AD-42
W. Hendrickson Democratic Win
 
AD-43
J. M. Marks Democratic Win
 
AD-44
James McGowan Republican Win
 
AD-45
William H. Gately Democratic Win
 
AD-46
H. J. O'Neill Democratic Win
 
AD-47
Aaron Bretz Democratic Win
 
AD-48
J. J. McElroy Democratic Win
 
AD-49
H. B. M. Miller Republican Win
 
AD-50
Grant I. Taggart Republican Win
 
AD-51
C. G. Dodge Republican Win
 
AD-52
James T. O'Keefe Republican Win
 
AD-53
P. R. Adams Democratic Win
 
AD-54
H. H. Johnson Democratic Win
 
AD-55
A. G. Bennett Republican Win
 
AD-56
Massey Thomas Democratic Win
 
AD-57
Frank H. Gould Democratic Win
 
AD-58
B. O. Marston Democratic Win
 
AD-59
John H. Matthews Democratic Win
 
AD-60
P. H. Mack Democratic Win
 
AD-61
S. J. Duckworth Republican Win
 
AD-62
G. W. Mordecai Democratic Win
 
AD-63
H. J. T. Jacobsen Republican Win
 
AD-64
F. A. Blakeley Republican Win
 
AD-65
William H. Alford Democratic Win
 
AD-66
E. A. Pueschel Democratic Win
 
AD-67
Charles A. Barlow People's Win
 
AD-68
W. L. Talbott Republican Win
 
AD-69
David T. Perkins Republican Win
 
AD-70
Cyrus Mortimer Simpson Republican Win
 
AD-71
Samuel Newell Androus Republican Win
 
AD-72
T. J. Kerns Democratic Win
 
AD-73
Frank G. Finlayson Republican Win
 
AD-74
Cornelius W. Pendleton Republican Win
 
AD-75
Robert N. Bulla Republican Win
 
AD-76
C. F. Bennett Democratic Win
 
AD-77
C. O. Barker Republican Win
 
AD-78
John C. Lynch Republican Win
 
AD-79
William H. Carlson Independent Win
 
AD-80
W. M. Casterline Republican Win
 

Special Election

Special Election to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Congressman Joseph McKenna (CD-03). McKenna resigned after being appointed to the United States Ninth Circuit Court.

CD-03
Warren B. English Democratic 40.5% Loss
Samuel G. Hilborn Republican 47.3% Win
J. L. Lyons People's Party 12.1% Loss
L. B. Scranton Prohibition 0.1% Loss
 

Redistricting Election

The redistricting of 1891 renumbered several Senate Districts, but the incumbents were not required to run for new terms in their new districts.

NOTE 1: That is not an error; according to the 1893 California Blue Book (p. 218), State Senator George S. Berry represented both the SD-32 and SD-34 during the 1893 Regular Session.

NOTE 2: Also according to the 1893 California Blue Book (p. 218), SD-19 was represented during the 1893 Regular Session by both State Senator Thomas C. Maher and State Senator Thomas F. Mitchell.

SD-04
Henry C. Wilson Democratic Win
 
SD-08
J. H. Seawell Democratic Win
 
SD-13
T. D. Harp Democratic Win
 
SD-16
George G. Goucher Democratic Win
 
SD-18
Jeremiah H. Mahoney Republican Win
 
SD-19
Thomas C. Maher Republican Win
 
SD-20
John T. Broderick Republican Win
 
SD-24
George H. Williams Democratic Win
 
SD-26
Eli Sherman Denison Republican Win
 
SD-28
William Simpson Republican Win
 
SD-30
W. C. Bailey Republican Win
 
SD-32
George S. Berry Democratic Win
 
SD-34
George S. Berry Democratic Win
 
SD-36
R. B. Carpenter Republican Win