Charles L. Hill
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Charles L. Hill (September 5, 1869 – June 1, 1957) was a political candidate in Wisconsin.
Hill was born Charles Lewis Hill in Rosendale, Wisconsin in 1869. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and became president of the National Dairy Association and served as a delegate to the World's Dairy Congress in 1931. He also authored the book The Guernsey Breed. Hill died in 1957 in Elkhorn, Wisconsin.
Hill ran for Governor of Wisconsin in 1912, losing to incumbent Francis E. McGovern. In 1914 and 1916, Hill was a candidate for the United States Senate from Wisconsin, losing to Paul O. Husting in 1914 and to incumbent Robert M. La Follette, Sr. in 1916. Hill was a member of the Prohibition Party.