|Elections in Pennsylvania|
The Pennsylvania gubernatorial election of 1918 occurred on November 5, 1918. Incumbent Republican governor Martin Brumbaugh was not a candidate for re-election. Republican candidate William Sproul defeated Democratic candidate Eugene C. Bonniwell to become Governor of Pennsylvania.
|Republican||William Cameron Sproul||552,537||61.05|
|Democratic||Eugene C. Bonniwell||305,315||33.74|
|Prohibition||Edwin J. Fithian||27,359||3.02|
|Single Tax||Robert Colvin Macauley, Jr.||4,031||0.36|
- "Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Election Returns 1918". Wilkes University. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
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