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Results by county
The 1914 United States Senate election in Kansas was held on November 3, 1914. This was the first election held after the passage of the 17th Amendment, which requires all United States Senators to be elected by popular vote.
- Charles Curtis, former senator
- Joseph Little Bristow, incumbent Senator
- Henry H. Tucker, Jr., oil businessman
- A.M. Harvey, attorney, former lieutenant governor, and veteran of the Spanish–American War
|Republican||Joseph Little Bristow (incumbent)||42,772||37.58%|
|Republican||Henry H. Tucker, Jr.||20,374||17.90%|
|Democratic||George Arthur Neeley||176,929||34.77%|
|Socialist||Christian B. Hoffman||24,502||4.82%|
|Prohibition||Earle R. Delay||9,885||1.94%|
- "KS US Senate, 1914 – R Primary". Our Campaigns. Retrieved September 11, 2018.
- "Our Campaigns - MS US Senate Race - Nov 07, 1978". www.ourcampaigns.com. Retrieved January 28, 2019.