Claude A. Watson bigraphy, stories - American politician

Claude A. Watson : biography

June 26, 1885 - 1978

A certified pilot, Watson was the first American presidential candidate in history to fly his own airplane and flew over 16,000 miles campaigning.


Watson graduated from Alma College.


Watson was married to Maude L. Watson and together the two had three children(Ralph Bradley, Claudia Jean, Robert Kendal), 10 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.


In 1944 and 1948 Dr. Watson was the Prohibition Party Presidential Nominee. He also served as a Free Methodist pastor and conference superintendent. He later moved to California where he established his very successful law practice. He was licensed to practice before the Federal and US Supreme courts.


Claude A. Watson died at 92 years.

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