ⓘ 1924 United States presidential election in Montana

                                     

ⓘ 1924 United States presidential election in Montana

The 1924 United States presidential election in Montana took place on November 4, 1924. Voters chose four representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Montana voted for the Republican candidate, President Calvin Coolidge, a more liberal third party candidate. Robert La follette, who ran locally as "the La follette-Wheeler independent" and Democratic candidate, former United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom John W. Davis. Wilson won Montana by a margin of 4.59%.

Coolidge was credited to the rise of the economy, the democratic electorate was divided between the conservative Davis and liberal third-party candidate. Robert La follette, who ran as a progressive and was elected Senator from Montana Burton K. Wheeler as his running mate. As the presidential election of 2016 is the last election in which deer Lodge County voted for the candidate in presidents from Republicans.

From 37.91 percent of the vote, Montana would be the La Follettes fourth strongest state in the elections of 1924 in terms of interesting percentage of the vote after Wisconsin, North Dakota and Minnesota. North Dakota and Montana were the only two States that the La follette lost less than 5%, so he won two States, he was close to winning the La follette would have gained 22 electoral votes in whole.