June 5, 1956
Special Election to fill the vacancies created by the resignations of Assemblymen Daniel J. Creedon (AD-25), G. Delbert Morris (AD-63) and LeRoy E. Lyon Jr. (AD-75) and the vacancy caused by the death of Assemblyman Roscoe L. Patterson (AD-35).
Morris resigned after being sentenced to prison.
|W. Howard Hartley||Democratic||48%||Loss|
|Myron H. Frew||Democratic||38.6%||Loss|
|Domer F. Power||Republican||40.1%||Win|
|Don A. Allen Sr.||Democratic||36.9%||Win|
|Louis J. Jones||Republican||8.6%||Loss|
|George L. Thomas||Democratic||25.4%||Loss|
|Richard T. Hanna||Democratic||43.3%||Win|
|Willard M. Hanzlik||Republican||20.5%||Loss|
|Charles Thompson Hindley||Republican||6.3%||Loss|
|George Timothy Kellogg||Republican||19.2%||Loss|
|Jess W. Pickett||Republican||8.3%||Loss|