Senator from Arizona Carl Hayden standing far right, along with —among others —three Democrats from the U. The Kansas City stop on October 13 was the fifth of six train stops on that date. October 24, in From the Museum Tags: Although the "other" vote the combined vote total for candidates other than the nominees of the two major parties of was three times that ofit was considerably less than what had been recorded in ; the time of the greatest "other" vote with the exception of the unusual conditions prevailing in and The Roosevelt ticket swept every region of the country except the Northeast and carried many reliable Republican states that had not been carried by the Democrats since their electoral landslide ofwhen the Republican vote was divided.
Roosevelt himself did not have a clear idea of the New Deal at this point, so he promised no specific programs. But his energy and personal charm nevertheless carried him to a sweeping victory on November 8, winning forty-two of the forty-eight states, an electoral vote margin of to 59, and a popular vote of He also worked with Eleanor as an advocate for human rights.
However, the relative appeal of the two candidates in and the decline of the appeal of Hoover as compared with are shown in the fact that the Republican vote increased in in only 87 counties, while the Democratic vote increased in 3, counties.
In contrast, Hoover was not supported by many of the more prominent Republicans and violently opposed by others, in particular by a number of senators who had fought him throughout his administration and whose national reputation made their opposition of considerable importance.
October 24, But from his first political venture in upstate New York, FDR had personally exulted in active campaigning, and in he felt the times and the mood of the country required no less.
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They supported his weight while he pitched his body forward. AfterDemocrats would control the Presidency for 28 of the next 36 years. Only remained loyally Republican. As New Deal policies took effect, the strong support of black voters for these programs began a transition from their traditional support for Republicans to providing solid majorities for Democrats.
This act by the President was a surprise to some, including the First Lady. In Kansas City, FDR spoke to a packed house, including a large group of young people seated in the front rows. PittmanWalshand Cohen. In one section West South Centralthe Republican percentage sank to As you can see in the photos below, these trademark fedoras were a common sight on the campaign trail.
FDR speaks at a wooden podium, August 11, Some were effective, some ineffective. November 1, in From the Museum Tags: It is to be noted that Hoover won a greater percentage of the vote inas did Harding in A car in every garage. He died just a month before FDR was elected for a fourth term.
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