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ⓘ Azariah S. Partridge




                                     

ⓘ Azariah S. Partridge

On January 5, 1881, Partridge was elected as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Genesee County 1st district as a Republican. He held this seat until 1882. In 1886, Partridge ran unsuccessfully as a Prohibitionist candidate for the position of United States Representative from Michigans 6th District. Partridge became a member of the Michigan Prohibition Party State Central Committee in 1887. Partridge ran unsuccessfully as a Prohibitionist candidate in the 1890 Michigan gubernatorial election. In 1894, Partridge ran unsuccessful once again for the position of United States Representative from Michigans 6th District as a Populist candidate.

                                     
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