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Oregon's Governor-Elect Carries On for Dead Friend
Julius L. Meier. Independent, Gains 50,000 Majority for Post for Which State Senator Joseph, Republican and Lifelong Companion, Was Nominated.
The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Nov 6, 1930
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Portland, Oreg., Nov. 5 (A.P.). -- Picking up the political reins dropped in death by State Senator George W. Joseph, has lifelong friend, Julius L. Meier wealthy merchant, today won the Governorship of Oregon.

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