Georgia gubernatorial election, 1950

Georgia gubernatorial election of 1950
Georgia (U.S. state)
November 7, 1950

Nominee Herman Talmadge
Party Democratic
Popular vote 230,771
Percentage 98.44%

Governor before election

Herman Talmadge

Elected Governor

Herman Talmadge

The Georgia gubernatorial election of 1950 was held on November 7, 1950. Democratic Gov. Herman Talmadge, who had won the 1948 special election[1] was re-elected to a full term with 98.44% of the vote.

General election results

Georgia gubernatorial election, 1950[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Herman Talmadge 230,771 98.44%
Independent Morgan Blake 3,325 1.42%
N/A write-ins 334 0.14%
Majority 227,446 97.02
Turnout 234,430
Democratic hold Swing


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