ⓘ 1930 United States Senate election in Louisiana

                                     

ⓘ 1930 United States Senate election in Louisiana

The 1930 United States Senate election in Louisiana was held on November 4, 1930.

September 9, the Governor of Louisiana Huey long defeated incumbent Senator Joseph E. clean in the Democratic primary with 57.31% of the votes.

At this time, Louisiana was a one-party state and the Democratic nomination was tantamount to victory. Long won the General election in November without an opponent.

                                     
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