James Hurd Hughes (January 14 1867 – August 29 1953) was an American lawyer and politician from Dover, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a member of the Democratic Party, who served as U.S. Senator from Delaware.
Hughes lost his bid for a second term in 1942, losing the Democratic Party nomination to E. Ennalls Berl. In all he served from January 3 1937 until January 2 1943, during the administration of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. After completing his term in the Senate, he returned to the practice of law. All the while, from 1905 until his death, he was a director of the Farmers Bank.
|Office||Type||Location||Elected||Took Office||Left Office||notes|
|Secretary of State||Executive||Dover||1897||1901||Delaware|
|U.S. Senator||Legislature||Washington, D.C.||1936||January 3 1937||January 3 1943||class 2|
|1916||Governor||James H. Hughes||Democratic||24,053||47%||John G. Townsend, Jr.||Republican||26,664||52%|
|1936||U.S. Senate||James H. Hughes||Democratic||67,136||53%||Daniel O. Hastings||Republican||52,469||41%|
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