ⓘ 1904 United States Senate elections in Louisiana
The United States Senate elections of 1904 and 1905 were elections that coincided with President Theodore Roosevelts landslide election to a full term. Party share of seats remained roughly the same, when including vacancies and appointments, and the Republicans retained a significant majority over the Democrats.
As this election was prior to ratification of the seventeenth amendment, senators were chosen by the legislative assemblies of the States.
This was the last election cycle prior to 1996, which showed the presidential candidate who won the election without coattails in the Senate and in his presidential runs.
- States House of Representatives elections 1904 and 1905 United States Senate elections Not counting special elections Congressional seat gain figures
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