The presidential vote, 1896-1932.
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The presidential vote, 1896-1932. by Edgar Eugene Robinson

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Published by Stanford Univ. Press in Stanford University, Calif .
Written in English



  • United States


  • Presidents -- United States -- Election

Book details:

LC ClassificationsJK524 .R6 1947
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 403 p.
Number of Pages403
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6046712M
LC Control Number49005456

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OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Distribution of the Presidential vote - Introduction ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Conclusions --Distribution of the vote by sections and by states: New England ; Middle Atlantic ; East north central ; West north central ; South Atlantic ; East south central ; West. Edgar E. Robinson, The Presidential Vote: – (). Irving Stone, They Also Ran; The Story of the Men Who Were Defeated for the Presidency (). Theodore H. White, The Making of the President, (). We hope you enjoyed this essay.   Presidential Vote, ; Source Book of American Presidential Campaign & Election Statistics, ; Statistical History of the American Electorate; Presidential Vote, Call Number: Reference JK R6 - Distribution of the Presidential Vote, The Presidential Vote, by Edgar Eugene Robinson. Call Number: JKR6. Published/Created: Election returns by county and state from to Source Book of American Presidential Campaign and Election Statistics, by John H. Runyon (Editor); H. H. Humphrey (Introduction by) Call Number: JKR

  Source Book of American Presidential Campaign & Election Statistics, Statistical History of the American Electorate U.S. Congressional Elections, Popular- and electoral-vote counts for presidential elections from to were obtained from the following sources. The Presidential Vote, New York: Octagon, Jennefer Verdini, and Sally Runyon. Source Book of American Presidential Campaign and Election Statistics, New York: Frederick Ungar,   United States presidential election of , American presidential election held on Nov. 8, , in which Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt defeated Republican Pres. Herbert Hoover. The election was the first held during the Great Depression, and it represented a dramatic shift in the political alignment of the country. Detailed national-level Presidential Election Results for Home Election Results Election Info Weblog Forum Wiki Search Email Login Site Info Store Note: The Google advertisement links below may advocate political positions that this site does not endorse.

7. Malcolm, Red Book, , –; Robinson, The Presidential Vote, –, – 42 43 44 New York City Percentage of State Turnout, – The Presidential Vote, – (Stanford university press, ) voting returns for every county; Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M. The Crisis of the Old Order (), pp –54 online; Primary sources. Chester, Edward W A guide to political platforms () online.   Overview of the Presidential Election Process. An election for president of the United States happens every four years on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. The next presidential election will be November 3, Primaries, Caucuses, and Political Conventions. The election process begins with primary elections and caucuses. ^ The Presidential Vote, – – Google Books. Stanford University Press. Retrieved Aug ^ The Presidential Vote, –, Edgar E. Robinson, p. 30 ^ " Presidential General Election Data – National". Retrieved April 8,