ⓘ 1930 United States Senate elections

                                     

ⓘ 1930 United States Senate special election in Wyoming

The United States Senate elections of 1930 occurred in the middle of Republican President Herbert Hoovers term. With the Great Depression beginning to take hold, Republican incumbents became unpopular, and Democrats picked up a net of eight seats, erasing the Republican gains from the previous election cycle. Republicans retained control of the U.S. Senate since Vice President Charles Curtis cast the tie-breaking vote. This was the first of four consecutive Senate elections in the Depression in which Democrats made enormous gains, achieving a cumulative pick-up of 34 seats.

Elected Senator of Louisiana, Huey long Democratic didnt want to take his place in the Senate until January 25, 1932, so that he could remain as Governor of Louisiana. Therefore, the Republicans retained a majority of seats in the next Congress. Vice-President Charles Curtis R able to cast of an equality of votes, the Republicans control a majority of 48 to 96 seats. That fine control was further weakened in recent months of the next Congress, with a few medium term changes seat.

In Minnesota, Henrik Shipstead was not until the election in 1930. He is a former Republican who became a farmer–Laborite in 1922. Although the farmer–Laborites later to merge with the Minnesota Democratic farmer–Labor party in 1944, Shipstead and his contemporaries were not aligned with any major party. He later would join the party in 1940.

                                     
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