The 1926 Nebraska gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 1926, and featured incumbent Governor Adam McMullen, a Republican, defeating Democratic nominee, former Governor Charles W. Bryan, to win a second and final two-year term in office.
- Charles W. Bryan, former Governor
|Democratic||Charles W. Bryan||81,595||100.00|
|Progressive||Roy M. Harrop||375||97.40|
|Democratic||Charles W. Bryan||8||2.08|
|Republican||Adam McMullen (incumbent)||2||0.52|
|Republican||Adam McMullen (incumbent)||109,944||72.04|
|Republican||Fred G. Johnson||31,556||20.68|
|Republican||Robert G. Ross||11,122||7.29|
|Democratic||Charles W. Bryan||202,688||48.99%|
|Progressive||Roy M. Harrop||4,937||1.19%|
- Charles W. Pool. "Official Report of the Nebraska State Canvassing Board Primary Election August 10, 1926" (PDF). Retrieved October 8, 2017.
- Charles W. Pool. "Official Report of the Nebraska State Canvassing Board General Election November 2, 1926" (PDF). Retrieved October 8, 2017.