Roy W. Johnson
|23rd Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska|
|Preceded by||William E. Johnson|
|Succeeded by||Robert B. Crosby|
|Member of the Nebraska Legislature|
|Born||June 19, 1882|
Weeping Water, Nebraska
|Died||December 2, 1947 (aged 65)|
Roy W. Johnson (June 19, 1882 – December 2, 1947) was a Nebraska politician who served as the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska from 1943-47. Johnson also served in the Nebraska Legislature from 1937-39 (34th district).
Johnson was born in Weeping Water, Nebraska in 1882. He graduated from high school in Sumner, Nebraska, and Lincoln Business College. He served on the school board in Sumner and in Buffalo County, Nebraska. He defeated John R. Long in the November 1936 election for the 34th district of the Nebraska Legislature. He failed to get re-nominated for a second term in the primary in August 1938.
- Nebraska Blue Book 1938, p. 276
- (4 November 1936). Record Vote Polled In County Supports Trend Over Country, Kearney Hub
- (11 August 1938). Only Three Solons Lose Out Tuesday, Kearney Hub
- (13 December 1947). The Final Curtain, Billboard (magazine), p. 47, 55.
- (3 December 1947). Roy W. Johnson, The New York Times
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