Charles J. Warner
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Charles J. Warner
Charles J. Warner
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25th Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska

January 6, 1949 - September 24, 1955
GovernorVal Peterson
Robert B. Crosby
Robert B. Crosby
Dwight W. Burney
1st Speaker of the Nebraska Legislature

1937-1939
Position established
William H. Diers
Member of the Nebraska Legislature

1937-1939
Member of the Nebraska House of Representatives

1901-1907
Member of the Nebraska Senate

1919-1937
Personal details
Born(1875-03-29)March 29, 1875
Lancaster County, Nebraska
DiedSeptember 24, 1955(1955-09-24) (aged 80)
Lincoln, Nebraska
Political partyRepublican

Charles Joseph Warner (March 29, 1875 – September 24, 1955) was an American politician in the U.S. state of Nebraska. He served for four terms as Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska. Before that, he was a state legislator for twenty-six years and served the first speaker of the state's unicameral legislature.

Warner was born in Lancaster County, Nebraska in 1875. He graduated from University of Nebraska in 1899 and Columbian Law School in Washington, D.C. in 1902.[1]

He served in the Nebraska House of Representatives from 1901 to 1907, the Nebraska Senate from 1919 to 1937, and the new unicameral legislature from 1937 to 1939. He made three unsuccessful attempts to run for governor, including against incumbent Gov. Robert Leroy Cochran in 1938.[2]

Warner was also a farmer and cattle breeder. He died at a hospital in Lincoln on September 24, 1955, during his fourth term as Lieutenant Governor.[3]

His son, Jerome Warner, was a state legislator from 1963 to 1997, and also served as speaker from 1969 to 1971.[4]

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Political offices
New title Speaker of the Nebraska Legislature
1937–1939
Succeeded by
William H. Diers
Preceded by
Robert B. Crosby
Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
January 6, 1949 – September 24, 1955
Succeeded by
Dwight W. Burney
Party political offices
Preceded by
Dwight Griswold
Republican nominee for
Governor of Nebraska

1938
Succeeded by
Dwight Griswold

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