Elected Officials 1857 - 1900

Officials Office District/County Notes
Sheldon G. Winchester Representative

33/Fayette, Bremer, Butler, Franklin, Grundy, Hardin, Wright, Webster, Boone, Story, Greene, Allamakee, Winneshiek and Humboldt counties

Third Constitutional Convention

Convened at Iowa City: 19 Jan 1857

Adjourned: 5 Mar 1857

Frank D. Jackson Secretary of State   Elected 4 Nov 1884; term commenced Jan 1885; re-elected 2 Nov 1886; term commenced Jan 1887; re-elected 6 Nov 1888; term commenced Jan 1889.
George M. Craig Senator (1900 - 1901) 39/ Bremer and Butler counties

Ran against C. W. Miller

Vote Totals: 

  Craig: 3,657

  Miller: 2,976

Residence of Allison; occupation is Lawyer; Iowa native; lived in Iowa 50 years; age 50. Committees Served on: Railroad; Congressional and Judicial Districts; Insurance; Mines and Mining; Educational Institutions; Federal Relations; Public Lands.
M. F. Edwards Representative (1900 -1901) 73/Butler county Resident of Parkersburg; occupation is Lawyer; born in Pennsylvania; lived in Iowa 14 years; age 41. Committees Served on: Judiciary; Railroads and Commerce; Telegraph, Telephone and Express; Penitentiaries; Police Regulations

~ source: Iowa Official Register, 1900