Electoral history of Franklin D. Roosevelt

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933

Electoral history of Franklin D. Roosevelt , 32nd President of the United States (19331945); 44th Governor of New York (19291932).

Contents

From 1914 to 1930

New York United States Senate election, 1914 (Democratic primary): [1]

1920 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally): [2]

1920 United States presidential election

New York gubernatorial election, 1928 :

New York gubernatorial election, 1930 :

Presidential Primaries (1932)

1932 Democratic presidential primaries: [3]

1932 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally)

First tally:

Second tally:

Third tally:

Fourth tally:

1932 United States Presidential Election

1932 United States presidential election

Electoral results
Presidential candidatePartyHome statePopular voteElectoral
vote
Running mate
CountPercentageVice-presidential candidateHome stateElectoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic New York 22,821,27757.41%472 John Nance Garner Texas 472
Herbert Hoover (Incumbent) Republican California 15,761,25439.65%59 Charles Curtis Kansas 59
Norman Thomas Socialist New York884,8852.23%0 James H. Maurer Pennsylvania 0
William Z. Foster Communist Illinois 103,3070.26%0 James W. Ford Alabama 0
William David Upshaw Prohibition Georgia 81,9050.21%0 Frank S. Regan Illinois0
William Hope Harvey Liberty Arkansas 53,4250.13%0 Frank Hemenway Washington 0
Verne L. Reynolds Socialist Labor New York34,0380.09%0 John W. Aiken Massachusetts 0
Jacob Coxey Farmer-Labor Ohio 7,4310.02%0 Julius Reiter Minnesota 0
Other4,3760.01%Other
Total39,751,898100%538538
Needed to win266266

Presidential Primaries (1936)

1936 Democratic presidential primaries: [4]

1936 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally): [5]

United States presidential election, 1936

Electoral results
Presidential candidatePartyHome statePopular voteElectoral
vote
Running mate
CountPercentageVice-presidential candidateHome stateElectoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt (Incumbent) Democratic New York 27,752,64860.80%523 John Nance Garner (Incumbent) Texas 523
Alf Landon Republican Kansas 16,681,86236.54%8 Frank Knox Illinois 8
William Lemke Union North Dakota 892,3781.95%0 Thomas C. O'Brien Massachusetts 0
Norman Thomas Socialist New York187,9100.41%0 George A. Nelson Wisconsin 0
Earl Browder Communist Kansas 79,3150.17%0 James W. Ford New York0
D. Leigh Colvin Prohibition New York 37,6460.08%0 Claude A. Watson California 0
John W. Aiken Socialist Labor Connecticut 12,7990.03%0 Emil F. Teichert New York 0
Other3,1410.00%Other
Total45,647,699100%531531
Needed to win266266

Presidential Primaries (1940)

1940 Democratic presidential primaries: [6]

1940 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally): [7]

1940 United States Presidential Election

Electoral results
Presidential candidatePartyHome statePopular voteElectoral
vote
Running mate
CountPercentageVice-presidential candidateHome stateElectoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt (Incumbent) Democratic New York 27,313,94554.74%449 Henry A. Wallace Iowa 449
Wendell Willkie Republican New York 22,347,74444.78%82 Charles L. McNary Oregon 82
Norman Thomas Socialist New York 116,5990.23%0 Maynard C. Krueger Illinois 0
Roger Babson Prohibition Massachusetts 57,9030.12%0 Edgar Moorman Illinois 0
Earl Browder Communist Kansas 48,5570.10%0 James Ford New York 0
John W. Aiken Socialist Labor Connecticut 14,8830.03%0 Aaron M. Orange New York 0
Other2,4820.00%Other
Total49,902,113100%531531
Needed to win266266

Presidential Primaries (1944)

1944 Democratic presidential primaries: [8]

1944 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally): [9]

1944 United States Presidential Election

Electoral results
Presidential candidatePartyHome statePopular voteElectoral
vote
Running mate
CountPercentageVice-presidential candidateHome stateElectoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt (Incumbent) Democratic New York 25,612,91653.39%432 Harry S. Truman Missouri 432
Thomas E. Dewey Republican New York22,017,92945.89%99 John W. Bricker Ohio 99
(none) Texas Regulars (n/a)143,2380.30%0(none)(n/a)0
Norman Thomas Socialist New York79,0170.16%0 Darlington Hoopes Pennsylvania 0
Claude A. Watson Prohibition California 74,7580.16%0 Andrew N. Johnson Kentucky 0
Edward A. Teichert Socialist Labor Pennsylvania45,1880.09%0 Arla Arbaugh Ohio 0
Other11,8160.02%Other
Total47,977,063100%531531
Needed to win266266

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