The 1914 United States Senate election in Vermont took place on November 3, 1914. Incumbent Republican William P. Dillingham successfully ran for re-election to another term in the United States Senate, defeating Democratic candidate Charles A. Prouty. This was the first United States Senate direct election to take place in Vermont following the ratification of the Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
|Republican||William P. Dillingham (inc.)||35,137||56.0%|
|Democratic||Charles A. Prouty||16,306||26.0%|
|Progressive||Charles A. Prouty||7,339||11.7%|
|Non-partisan||Charles A. Prouty||1,592||2.5%|
|Prohibition||Charles A. Prouty||1,526||26.0%|
|Republican||Charles A. Prouty||3||0.0%|
|Total||Charles A. Prouty||26,766||42.6%|
- "General Election Results - U.S. Senator - 1914-2014" (PDF). Office of the Vermont Secretary of State. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
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