ⓘ Herbert F. Baker

Herbert F. Baker

ⓘ Herbert F. Baker

Baker moved to Cheboygan County, Michigan in 1889 as a farmer. Baker served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1907 to 1912 as a Republican. During his last term, he served as Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives. In 1912, Baker was a failed Progressive Party candidate for Michigan Auditor General. In 1914, he was again a failed Progressive candidate, this time for Michigans 11th congressional district. Baker then won the Michigan State Senate 29th District election in 1918 and served in this capacity from 1919 to 1922. In the Michigan Senate, he served as a Republican. After this, Baker would go on to run in two Republican primaries, first running for the United States Senate seat in 1922 then for Michigan governorship in 1924. He would fail in both of these primaries.

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