A. U. Coates
A. U. Coates was a political candidate in Iowa.
Coates was born Alexis Coates on June 21, 1858 in Excelsior, Richland County, Wisconsin. He died on January 21, 1943 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Coates was a candidate for Governor of Iowa in 1901, losing to Albert B. Cummins. In 1936, he was a candidate for the United State Senate, losing to Guy Gillette. He was a member of the Prohibition Party.
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