The 1891 Massachusetts gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1891. Incumbent Democratic Governor William Russell was re-elected to a second term in office over Republican U.S. Representative Charles H. Allen.
Russell was the first Democratic Governor of Massachusetts re-elected to a second term in office since George S. Boutwell in 1851 and the first ever re-elected by popular vote.
|Democratic||William E. Russell (incumbent)||157,982||49.12%||0.09|
|Republican||Charles H. Allen||151,515||47.11%||1.07|
|Prohibition||Charles E. Kimball||8,968||2.79%||1.96|
|Socialist Labor||Henry W. Robinson||1,429||0.44%||N/A|
- "MA Governor, 1891". Our Campaigns. Retrieved 28 February 2021.
- "1891 Gubernatorial General Election Results - Massachusetts". US Election Atlas. Retrieved 21 February 2021.