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REPUBLICAN CONTEST WON BY FROTHINGHAM DEMOCRATIC TICKET AGAIN HEADED BY GOV FOSS
Skelton Beaten By Donahue, Anderson Defeats Leonard---Langtry and White Win---Light Vote in Boston---Joyce Victor Over Callahan, Timilty and Horgan Other Senate Winners. Frothingham Carries Home of His Opponents. McGregor and Cushing Nominated For the Governor's Council. PRIMARY VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTE, STATE OFFICERS. REPUBLICAN SECRETARY OF STATE AUDITOR DEMOCRATIC SECRETARY OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Boston Daily Globe (1872-1922) - Boston, Mass.
Date: Sep 27, 1911
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Lieut Gov Louis A. Frothingham easily won the republican nomination for governor in yesterday's primaries over his two competitors, Speaker Joseph Walker and Representative Norman H. of Brookline, by a handsome majority.

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