Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Democratic Party (Calif.)
Article from the 1906 October 28 edition of the Los Angeles Times discusses possible split in the Republican constituency as a result of both Walter Lindley and Lee C. Gates running for Mayor of Los Angeles.
Primaries; Local elections; Mayors election; Politicians
Article from the Los Angeles Graphic dated 1906 October 27 discusses the low turnout at the municipal primary elections, the mayoral race, and the divisive effect of two Republican mayoral candidates on the Republican party.
Mayors election; Political candidates; Political campaigns; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
Article from an unknown source reports that Republican politicians have withdrawn support for Walter Lindley in favor of Arthur Harper in the mayoral race and encourages readers to vote for Lee C. Gates.
Mayors election; Newspapers; Political candidates; Los Angeles Times (Firm)
Article from the 1906 November 21 edition of the Ventura Free Press discusses the battle between the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Express regarding mayoral candidates Walter Lindley and Lee C. Gates.
Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Southern Pacific Railroad Company; Political candidates; Mayors election; Nominations for office
Article from the 1906 October 16 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner discusses a meeting between mayoral candidate, George A. Smith, and Southern Pacific Railroad Company's political leader, Walter Parker.