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Alonzo L. Baker


Date Party Office Votes Result
06-27-1933 Prohibition Delegate 318853 Loss
11-03-1936 Republican CD-08 57808 Loss

Candidate Biography:

Alonzo Lafayette Baker
Born: January 11, 1894 in Saguache, Colorado
Married: Eleanor A. Chapman (m. 1919)
Died: July 4, 1985

  • AUTHOR: Baker authored a number of articles, including "Creation-not evolution" (1926), "Plain facts for girls and young women on narcotics, liquor, and tobacco" (1938), "Science speaks to young men on liquor, tobacco, narcotics and marijuana" (1938), "Is the World Going Red" (1935)
  • NAMED IN HONOR: The Alonzo L. Baker Scholarship is offered to for History, Politics, and Society majors at at La Sierra University who have demonstrated "superior scholarship and an interest in political science and international relations."