Term of Office: 1/2/1917 to 1/6/1919
Occupation: Farmer, Shipping Produce and Live Stock
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He won the election and was sworn in on the first day of session. His election was contested by Albert L. Thompson for violations related to the Corrupt Practices Act. Flikkie was accused of distributing false reports and giving out cigars. Thompson filed the charges in district court and the judge ruled in his favor but stipulated that the court had no jurisdiction in the matter. After an investigation by the Election Contests Committee, John J. Flikkie was confirmed by the House as the winner of the election.