ⓘ 1924 United States presidential election in New Hampshire

                                     

ⓘ 1924 United States presidential election in New Hampshire

The 1924 United States presidential election in New Hampshire took place on November 4, 1924, as part of the 1924 United States presidential election which was held throughout all contemporary 48 states. Voters chose 4 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

New Hampshire has voted for the Republican candidate, incumbent President Calvin Coolidge in Massachusetts over Democratic candidate, V. Ambassador John Davis from West Virginia. Coolidge ran with a former Director of the budget Charles G. Dawes of Illinois, while Davis ran with Governor Charles W. Bryan of Nebraska. Also in that year, was a progressive party candidate, Senator Robert M. La follette of Wisconsin and his running mate, Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana. The support of La follette was first and foremost among rural German and Scandinavian Americans, he had little appeal in the North-East for several new York and Boston anti-ban areas. In addition to the former Confederacy, where the lower classes were almost completely deprived of civil rights, new Hampshire would prove to the La follette third-weak state – and, in General, the Granite state was the tenth-weak La follette of 48.

Coolidge won new Hampshire by a margin of 25.11% of the votes, although this was slightly lower than his national margin of 25.22% compared to Davis.

In 1920-e years were fiercely Republican decade in American politics, and new Hampshire in those days, was fiercely Republican state in presidential elections. Economic growth and social good sense of the roaring twenties under the popular leadership of the Republic is almost guaranteed Calvin Coolidge easily win in the state against conservative southern Democrat John Davis who had little appeal in the Northern States like new Hampshire in addition to all the Pro-League of Nations candidate. New Hampshire would have to prove Davis is the third-strongest pre-war free state for Indiana and Rhode island. Because of La follette, the lack of attractiveness relative to its Midwest and Western support, as Coolidge and Davis exceeded his national vote share by around five percent in the Granite state.

Coolidge also order a unique personal popularity, which helped him in the state and the rest of New England. He was the epitome of a traditional New England "Yankee", born in the small town of Plymouth Notch in neighboring Vermont, and the establishment of his political career, near the post of Governor of Massachusetts. Thus, Coolidge was particularly popular among voters in the New England region.

                                     
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