ⓘ 1904 United States presidential election in Oregon

                                     

ⓘ 1904 United States presidential election in Oregon

The 1904 United States presidential election in Oregon took place on November 8, 1904. All contemporary 45 states were part of the 1904 United States presidential election. Oregon voters chose four electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president.

These elections would strengthen Oregon as a Republican party Bastion that it will remain at the presidential level, with the exception of the 1910s the split GOP, until Franklin D. Roosevelt came to power in 1932, and only a very short new Internet interlude at the state level as long as" the revolution of 1954.” Democratic representation in the legislature of the state of Oregon may not exceed fifteen percent during this period, and not a Democrat other than Woodrow Wilson will now carry even one County in the state until the great Depression. The Republican primaries will be the main mode of competition: indeed, Oregon has become this years elections are the first Western state that uses the direct primary.

President Roosevelt was very popular in Oregon due to its policy of railway reform, the establishment of the Ministry of trade and labor and conservation of forest resources, which were largely used by big business. Parker re-emphasis on the Gold standard, which date back to Grover Cleveland aroused no enthusiasm in Oregon. Neither his opposition to the Roosevelt policies of imperialism in the Pacific, resulting in Parkers show was the worst ever, any major candidates from the party in Oregon, except for his mentor, Cleveland twelve years ago. At the same time, the performance of the Roosevelts remains the best in the history of any presidential candidate because Oregons statehood in 1859. Parker did not win thirty percent in one district, and in the overall standings took a little over nineteen percent of the ballots Oregons.

Socialist candidate Eugene V. Debs, whose campaign focused on trust busting and the evils of monopoly, traveled across the country in a charismatic campaign that brought him over four hundred thousand across the country of votes. Although he doesnt outpoll Parker in any County of Oregon, however, Debs received more than eight percent of the vote.

                                     
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