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ⓘ 1918 United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming




1918 United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming
                                     

ⓘ 1918 United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming

The 1918 United States House of Representatives elections were held November 5, 1918, which occurred in the middle of President Woodrow Wilsons second term.

With this country in the First World war in spite of previous promises of Wilson and Wilsons personal popularity Ebbing, the Republicans won 25 seats and took control of the house of the Wilsons Democrats. Internal rift between the Democratic leadership on issues related to the payment of the war also decreased the unity of the party, who were the organizations strength in the decade. Progressive party also disappeared from its former members tend to become Democrats. Minnesotas farmer–Labor party, a descendant of populism, also won the first place.

Frederick H. Gillett, R-mA became the speaker, and previous speaker Champ Clark, D-mo, became minority leader.