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1932 Florida gubernatorial election

The 1932 Florida gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Democratic nominee David Sholtz defeated Republican nominee W.J. Howey with 66.62% of the vote.

                                               

Senator Lane

James Henry Lane Union general 1814–1866, U.S. Senator from Kansas from 1861 to 1866 Harry Lane 1855–1917, U.S. Senator from Oregon from 1913 to 1917 Henry Smith Lane 1811–1881, U.S. Senator from Indiana from 1861 to 1867 Joseph Lane 1801–1881, U ...

                                               

William Pearce

Billy Pearce born 1951, English actor and comedian Bill Pearce 1926–2010, American singer and trombonist William Houghton Sprague Pearce 1864–1935, American artist

                                               

William Priestley

William Priestley may refer to: William Priestley MP in the Long Parliament c.1594–1664, lawyer and member of the English House of Commons. Sir William Edward Briggs Priestley 1859–1932, Liberal politician William Priestley Louisiana planter 1771 ...

                                               

Charles Dougherty

Charles Dougherty may refer to: Charles Dougherty baseball 1879–1939, American baseball player in the pre-Negro Leagues Charles F. Dougherty born 1937, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania Charles B. Dougherty 1860–1924, officer in the Pennsylva ...

                                               

Senator Bailey

Joseph Weldon Bailey 1862–1929, U.S. Senator from Texas from 1901 to 1913 Theodorus Bailey politician 1758–1828, U.S. Senator from New York from 1803 to 1804 James E. Bailey 1822–1885, U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1877 to 1881 Josiah Bailey 1 ...

                                               

Senator James

Ollie Murray James 1871–1918, U.S. Senator from Kentucky from 1913 to 1918 Charles Tillinghast James 1805–1862, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island from 1851 to 1857

                                               

Senator Williams

George Henry Williams 1823–1910, U.S. Senator from Oregon from 1865 to 1871 Harrison A. Williams 1919–2001, U.S. Senator from New Jersey from 1959 to 1982 John Sharp Williams 1854–1932, U.S. Senator from Mississippi from 1911 to 1923 George Howar ...

                                               

Senator Ford

Senator Ford may refer to: John Salmon Ford 1815–1897, Texas State Senate John Ford Oklahoma politician fl. 2000s, state senator 2004- J. D. Ford born 1982, Indiana State Senate Seabury Ford 1801–1855, Ohio State Senate Edward Hastings Ford, as t ...

                                               

Iuka

Iuka may refer to several places and things named after Chief Iuka of the Chickasaw: Iuka Township, Marion County, Illinois Iuka, Arkansas, a village in Izard County Iuka, Illinois, a village in Marion County Iuka, Kentucky, a village in Livingst ...

                                               

William McDowell

William McDowell may refer to: William Fraser McDowell 1858–1937, American bishop William D. McDowell, politician and sheriff in New Jersey W. W. McDowell 1867–1934, American politician and diplomat William Hugh McDowell 1846–1864, VMI cadet kill ...

                                               

Senator Bishop

Senator Bishop may refer to: Mark Bishop born 1954, Australian State Senate Mike Bishop politician born 1967, Michigan State Senate Charles Bishop Alabama politician fl. 1980s–2010s, Alabama State Senate Click Bishop born 1957, Alaska State Senat ...

                                               

Senator Price

Senator Price may refer to: Randy Price born 1957, Alabama State Senate Jesse Price 1863–1939, Maryland State Senate Marian Heiss Price born 1938, Nebraska State Senate Curren Price born 1950, California State Senate Hugh H. Price 1859–1904, Wisc ...

                                               

Justice Maxwell

Justice Maxwell may refer to: Augustus Maxwell 1820–1903, Associate Justice and Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Evelyn C. Maxwell 1863–1954, Associate Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Ralph L. Maxwell 1905-1956, Associate Justice o ...

                                               

Senator Kennedy

Ted Kennedy 1932–2009, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 1962–2009 and brother of Jack and Bobby Kennedy Anthony Kennedy Maryland 1810–1892, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1857–1863 John Kennedy Louisiana politician born 1951, U.S. Senator from Louisia ...

                                               

Senator Stewart

Tom Stewart 1892–1972, U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1939 to 1949 David W. Stewart 1887–1974, U.S. Senator from Iowa from 1926 to 1927 William Morris Stewart 1827–1909, U.S. Senator from Nevada from 1865 to 1875 John Wolcott Stewart 1825–1915, ...

                                               

Watauga

Watauga can refer to: Places Watauga, Tennessee Watauga, South Dakota Watauga County, North Carolina Watauga, Kentucky Watauga, Texas Bodies of Water The Watauga River in North Carolina and Tennessee Watauga Lake in Tennessee Ships USS Watauga 18 ...

                                               

Virginia Convention (disambiguation)

Virginia Convention in Revolutionary historiography refers to one of the five sessions of the Patriot legislature of Virginia: First Virginia Convention, held in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1774 Second Virginia Convention, held in Richmond, Virgini ...

                                               

Left Bloc (Croatia)

Left Bloc is a left-wing political alliance in Croatia. The coalition was formed in 2017 for local elections in Zagreb, in which it won 4 out of 51 seats in Zagreb Assembly. For the recent EU and now Parliamentary Elections in Croatia this politi ...

                                               

Dalma Spitzerova

Dalma Spitzerova was born February 5th, 1925 in the Slovakian town of Piest’any. She grew up with her father, mother, and four siblings in Liptovsky Mikulas. In 1942, when she was 16, she fled to Hungary seeking refuge from deportation to concent ...

                                               

Crown House, St Leonards-on-Sea

Crown House is a residential building on the seafront of St Leonards-on-Sea, a 19th-century planned seaside resort on the coast of East Sussex, England. It was the first building completed in the town, which was planned and laid out by architect ...

                                               

Kelsey Bench-Lake County AVA

’’ Kelsey Bench-Lake County AVA’’’ is an American Viticultural Area located in Lake County, California. The area is home to some 900 acres of vines in 27 vineyards, and was officially established as an AVA by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade ...

                                               

Chingford F.C.

Founded in 1947, Chingford Town joined the Southern League in 1948. The club folded in November 1950, following withdrawal from the Southern League in the 1950–51 season. In 1952, Parkhill were formed in Chingford, entering the London League chan ...

                                               

Medical Journalists Association

The Medical Journalists Association is a professional association for medical journalists in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1967 and held its first meeting on 1 February of that year in Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street, London, En ...

                                               

St Mary the Virgin, Ivinghoe

The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Ivinghoe, is a Church of England, Grade I listed church in the village of Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire, in the United Kingdom. It stands on the main High Street of the village surrounded by a churchyard. It is withi ...

                                               

Sidney Hill

Sidney Hill 1 October 1829 – 3 March 1908), born Simon Sidney Hill, was a Methodist, merchant, philanthropist, gentleman farmer, and justice of the peace. From modest beginnings he made his fortune as a colonial and general merchant who pioneered ...

                                               

Archway Hospital

The facility has its origins in the Holborn Union Infirmary which was designed by Henry Saxon Snell and opened in 1879. It became the Holborn and Finsbury Hospital in 1921. It was taken over by the London County Council in 1930 and renamed Archwa ...

                                               

Erith and District Hospital

Erith and District Hospital is a health facility in Park Crescent, Erith, Kent, England. It is managed by Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust. Its former X-Ray Department, which is located underground, is a Grade II listed building.

                                               

Bouverie McDonald

Bouverie Francis Primrose McDonald LRCS, LRCP was a British medical doctor and Conservative Party politician. He was the Member of Parliament for Wallasey in Cheshire from 1918 until 1922.

                                               

Steve Bundred

Stephen Bundred is a retired Labour Party politician and public administrator in London, England. Bundred was unusual in having a career in party politics before holding high-ranking apolitical public offices, including as Chief Executive of Camd ...

                                               

Richmondshire District Council

Richmond District Council is the administration body that covers a large northern area of the Yorkshire Dales including Swaledale and Arkengarthdale, Wensleydale and Coverdale, with Scots Dyke and Scotch Corner at its centre. The current district ...

                                               

Arracht

Arracht is a 2019 Irish period drama film directed and written by Tomas O Suilleabhain. In the Irish language, it is set during the Great Famine.

                                               

Anna Nakagawa (announcer)

Nakagawa was born in Tokyo, Japan. In her early age, she was in Finland and Puerto Rico with her parents. She received the bachelors degree in politics from the Faculty of Law of Keio University, Tokyo, Japan. During college, she attended in Stan ...

                                               

Michael Bjorklund

Michael Bjorklund, is an Åland-born Swedish chef, author and television personality. Bjorklund owns and runs the restaurang Smakbyn besides the Kastelholms Castle in Sund. He is also part-owner of Restaurant Hejm in Vasa. Bjorklund was the winner ...

                                               

Central Union of Carpenters and Kindred Trades of Germany

The Central Union of Carpenters and Kindred Trades of Germany was a trade union representing carpenters in Germany. The union was established in 1883 in Berlin, as the Union of German Carpenters, with 2.232 members. Its headquarters moved to Hamb ...

                                               

Textile, Clothing, Leather and Laundry Federation

The Textile, Clothing, Leather and Laundry Federation is a trade union representing workers in several related industries in France. The union was founded in 1985, when the National Federation of Textile Industry Workers merged with the National ...

                                               

Manik Bagh

Manik Bagh, also spelled Manig Bagh, is a palace of the Holkar Maharaja of Indore State in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The name means "Ruby Garden" or "Gem Garden". It was designed and built by the German architect Eckart Muthesius on behalf of Mahar ...

                                               

Robert Bru

Bru coached Stade Toulousain from 1980 to 1983 alongside Christian Gajan and Pierre Villepreux. He worked on screening and training young players within the club, and helped with the establishment of the Centre de formation du Stade toulousain in ...

                                               

Commando Basic Training Centre (United Kingdom)

The Commando Basic Training Centre was a British Army training establishment princely for the training of British Commandos during the Second World War. It was located in the grounds of Achnacarry Castle in the Scottish Highland region of Lochaber.

                                               

1924 Washington gubernatorial election

The 1924 Washington gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1924. Republican nominee Roland H. Hartley defeated Democratic nominee Ben F. Hill with 56.41% of the vote.

                                               

Christine Pires-Beaune

Christine Pires-Beaune, born 6 October 1964 in Saint-Georges-de-Mons, is a French politician, a member of the Socialist Party. She has been deputy for the second constituency of Puy-de-Dome since June 2012.

                                               

Constitution of Seychelles

The Constitution of Seychelles is the governing document of the Republic of Seychelles. 18 June, the anniversary of its ratification, is celebrated in Seychelles as "Constitution Day".

                                               

Joris Hebrard

Joris Hebrard born on May 31, 1982. He was elected mayor of Le Pontet in the 2014 municipal elections: he received 42.62% of the votes in the second round. In 2015, this physiotherapist returns to his post as mayor, which he had to leave after th ...

                                               

Stamira

Statue of Stamira in Piazza Stamira in Ancona Stamira sometimes spelled Stamura date of birth unknown - Ancona, 1st September 1173 was, according to a long-standing tradition, a heroic self-sacrificing woman who saved the city of Ancona during th ...

                                               

Cloudesley Brereton

Cloudesley Brereton was a British educationalist and writer with a particular interest in the teaching of modern languages. He was also a literary translator from French.

                                               

G. Sheila Donisthorpe

Donisthorpe began her writing career by composing advertising copy for Selfridges department stores. Donisthorpes first novel, You 1928, was called "a childishly immature, pretentious, and trivial book, with no artistic excuse for its existence" ...

                                               

Omer Nasuhi Bilmen

Omar Nasuhi Bilmen was a Muslim scholar of fiqh and tafsir, and the fifth president of the Directorate of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. He is known for his expansive work on a concise manual on Islamic faith, worship and ethics cal ...

                                               

Bellatrix (disambiguation)

Bellatrix is the feminine form of bellator, the Latin word for warrior. It can also mean: USS Bellatrix, a name common to several ships Bellatrix band 1992–2001, a former Icelandic rock band USNS Bellatrix T-AKR-288 1973–, a ship of the United St ...

                                               

An Idiot in Paris

An Idiot in Paris is a 1967 French comedy film directed by Serge Korber and starring Dany Carrel, Jean Lefebvre and Bernard Blier.

                                               

Trillion (disambiguation)

Trillion is a number, either 1.000.000.000.000 or 1.000.000.000.000.000.000. Trillion or Trillions may also refer to: Trillions, a book by Nicholas Fisk Trillion Fund, an equity crowdfunding platform Trillions, a 1971 science fiction novel by Nic ...