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Maurice B. Browne


Date Party Office Votes Result
11-03-1914 Democratic AD-47 3366 Win
11-05-1918 Democratic AD-47 2337 Win
11-02-1920 Democratic AD-47 1791 Loss
11-04-1924 Democratic AD-47 2611 Win

Candidate Biography:

Maurice Bradley Browne
Born: August 22, 1877 in Tuolumne Co., California
Died: December 12, 1946 in San Joaquin Co., CA

  • LEGISLATION: Author of AB 171 (1925) which would have regulated the age of Motion Picture Operators. [The bill passed both houses but was killed by pocket veto]
  • NON-CONSECUTIVE TERMS: Browne is the most recent person to serve more than two non-consecutive terms in a single house of the California Legislature (Brown served his in the State Assembly). Since 1849, fifteen people have served three non-consecutive terms in the Assembly (and two others served four non-consecutive terms).

Source: California Blue Book (1913-15)