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Joseph Edmund Marron

Progressive (Bull Moose)

Date Party Office Votes Result
11-03-1914 Progressive (Bull Moose) AD-30 0 Win
11-07-1916 Progressive (Bull Moose) AD-30 5052 Loss

Candidate Biography:

Born: May 8, 1885 in San Francisco, CA
Died: December 15, 1958

  • LEGAL TROUBLES: Edward Marron was arrested at a San Francisco north beach dock as a suspected rum runner on August 15th 1923. Marron was arrested again on February 15th, 1924 when federal prohibition agents raided a house on Bush Street. The house was "elaborately wired so it could be demolished by a bomb in the event of a raid..." and equipped with secret doors and passageways to aid escape. In January 1925, Marron was found guilty of violating the liquor law and sentenced to two years in federal prison and a fine of $5000.

Source: California Blue Book (1913-15)