1912 Louisiana gubernatorial election
Louisiana gubernatorial election of 1912 was held on April 16, 1912. Like most Southern states between Reconstruction and the civil rights era, Louisiana's Republican Party was virtually nonexistent in terms of electoral support. This meant that the Democratic Party primary held on January 23 was the real contest over who would be governor. The election resulted in the election of Democrat Luther E. Hall as governor of Louisiana.
Louisiana Democratic gubernatorial primary, 1912
Results Democratic Party Primary, January 23
 Runoff not held due to Michel withdrawing
Republican Party Primary, January 23
Hugh S. Suthon
Charles J. Bell
General Election, April 16
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