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Edward H. Tickle


Date Party Office Votes Result
11-08-1932 Republican SD-25 13559 Win
11-03-1936 Republican SD-25 11108 Win
11-05-1940 Republican SD-25 22942 Win

Candidate Biography:

Born: February 26, 1878 in England
Married: Bess
Died: October 16, 1969 in Monterey, CA

1944: Delegate, Republican National Convention
1944: Candidate for U.S. Presidential Elector (Lost)

  • PLACENAME: The Tickle Pink Inn (in Carmel) was named for the home of Sentor Tickle, which had previously stood on the site. From the Inn's website; "On the site where our spectacular property stands was once the home of State Senator Edward and Mrs. Bess Tickle. Mrs. Tickle, a great lover of flowers and of pink flowers in particular, named their hillside stone cottage ‘Tickle Pink.’ The enchanting stone cottage is gone, but the name and its traditions happily remain." 

Source: California Blue Book (1938)