ⓘ 1926 United States Senate election in Arizona

                                     

ⓘ 1926 United States Senate election in Arizona

The 1926 United States Senate elections in Arizona took place on November 3, 1926. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Ralph H. Cameron ran for reelection to a second term, but was defeated by U.S. Congressman Carl T. Hayden in the general election.

Cameron received the support of Republican leaders, but only lukewarm support from the rank and file membership. Unlike his opponent, Congressman Carl Hayden, in turn, was a United party backing labour, and supported by the womens Christian temperance Union. Cameron campaigned on a message highlighting his achievements during his first term. Democrats objected, emphasizing his inability to win the cotton tariff, showing his inconsistency.

A series of six articles written by Hayden backer Irwin was published in the Los Angeles times in mid-1926. These articles have studied the history of the Cameron to the Grand Canyon and claimed that he salted a few claims in the canyon to control valuable websites. Cameron condemned the articles as "malicious fabrications", but the political damage has already been done. Hayden won the election by a vote of 44.591 in 31.845.

                                     
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