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Wisconsin

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Countles Roos., Wilkie, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Adams 1,883 1,818 2,289

1,191 | Marinette.

7.703 7,688 8,884 4,938 Ashland

5.586 3,592 5,904 2,439|| Marquette. 1.1958 3,0861 1,812 1,957 Barron.

6,183 7,806 7,419 5,067 | Milwaukee. 209.861 131.120 221,512 54,811 Bayfield 4,387 2,829 4,366 2,071 Monroe..

4,673 8,042 6,491 4,695 Brown. 19.526 16,379 21,417 8,433|Oconto..

5.273 6.2381 6.729 3,774 Buffalo 2,516 4,056 3,434 2,481|| Oneida

5.375 3,694 5,208) 2,294 Burnett. 2.513 2.510 2,801

1,422 Outagamle 12,168 17,733 16,163 9,485 Galumet 2.324 5,327 4,694 1.972|| Ozaukee.

3,662 4,913 5,594 1.785 Chippewa. 7.250 8.781 7,854 5,760|| Pepin.

1,194 2,272 1.785 1,466 Clark

4,683
9.501 6,931 5,196|| Pierce

3,259 6,6241 4,061 3,935 Columbia.

7,021
8,260 8,936 5,607 Polk.

4.979 6,031 5,618 3,596 Crawford.. 3,595 4,667 4,377

2,857|| Portage.

10.148 5,6701 10,576 3,969 Dane. 40,331 21,845) 35,8561 15,233| Price

4,042 3,879 5,098

2.215 Dodge 8,948 14,651 14,782 6,829 | Racine

23,532 18,753 24,474 10,850 Door 2,750 5,461 3,952 3,146 Richland

3,524 5,527 4,080 4,245 Douglas. 15,548 7.695 16.684 5,079|| Rock

17,543 20,141 17.991 14,693 Dunn. 4,545 6,968 5,619

4,570|| Rusk.

3,578 3,484

3,877 2,453 Eau Claire 10.129 9,595 10,065 6,802 | St. Croix.

4,898 6,857 4.679 4,316 Florence 980 1.008 1,037 800|| Sauk

6,106 9,363 8,355 5,626 Fond du Lac 10,323 16,804 14,8211 9,179 Sawyer

2,439 2,745) 2,834 1.726 Forest. 2,951 1,672 3,092 1,334 Shawano.

5,241 6,377 8,865 3,679 Grant.. 7.458 11.143 9,170

7,196 Sheboygan 15,800 15,305 17,415 8,865 Green. 4,565 5,711 5,941 3,700|| Taylor

3,771 3,668 4,721 1.758 Green Lake. 2.357 4,919 3,840 2,926 Tremp'l'au. 5,175 5,319 5,929 3,339 Iowa 4,025 4,978 4,988 3,623|| Vernon.

5.776 6,614 6,044 4,811 Iron. 3,525 1,672 3,319 902|| Vilas

2,470 2,251 2,599 1,298 Jackson 3,975 3,741 4,537 2.235|| Walworth

5,449 11,594 7.093 8,462 Jefferson

7.842 10,178 11.144 5,599 | Washburn. 2,901 2,805 3,220 1,650 Juneau

3,354 5,268 4,544 3,084|| Washingt'n. 4,683 8,501 7,129 3,589 Kenosha 17.174 12,182 18,137 7,268|| Waukesha. 12,859 16,726 14,982

8,921 Kewaunee. 3,389 3,862 4,971

1,527|| Waupaca.. 4,616 11,099 6.920 .6.680 La Crosse. 13,079 13.711 14,455 7,558|| Waushara

1.747 4,872 2,636 3,302 Lafayette

4,315 5,059 4.976 3,801|| Winnebago. 15,570 18,697 18,522 11,679 Langlade 5,190 4,523 5,837 2.635|| Wood..

8,574 9,654 9,982 4,902 Lincoln.

3,951 5.812 5,520 3,120 Manitowoc. 13.142

12.616
15,539 5,094

Totals....

704,821 679,206 802,984 380,828 Marathon 13.7241 15.264 17.898 7,328

1940 (President)-Thomas, Soc., 15,071; Babson, Proh., 2,148; Browder, Com., 2,394; Alken, Soc. Lab., 1,882.

1940 (U. S. Senator)-LaFolette, Prog., 605,609; Clausen, Rep., 553,692; Finnegen, Dem., 176,688; Furman, Com., 1,308; Wiggert, Jr., Soc. Lab., 838,

1940 (Governor')---Heil, Rep., 558,678; Loomis, Prog., 546,436; McGovern, Dem., 264,985; Blair, Com., 2,340; Fisher, Soc. Lab., 1.158.

1938 (Governor )--Heil, Rep., 543,675; La Follette, Prog., 353,381; Bolens, Dem., 78,446; Smith, Union, 4,564; Schleier, Soc., Lab., 1,459.

1938 (U. S. Senator)-Wiley, Rep., 446,770; Ekern, Progr., 249,209; Duffy, Dem., 231,976; Chapple, Townsend Plan, 7,251; Blair, Ind., Com., 1,283; Ehrhardt, Soc., Lab., 1,014!

1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 60,297; Thomas, Soc., 10,626; Browder, Com., 2,197; Colvin, Pron., 1,071; Alken, Soc. Lab., 557.

1936 (Governor)-La Follette, Progr., 573,724; Wiley, Rep., 363,973; Lueck, Dem., 268,530; Walsh, Union, 27,934; Ehrhardt, Soc. Lab., 1,738; Fehlandt, Proh., 1,008.

PAST VOTE OF WISCONSIN 1872 (Pres.), Greeley. Dem. and Lib., 86,477; Soc., 7,051. Grant, Rep., 104,992.

1904 (Pres.). Parker, Dem., 124, 107; Roosevelt, 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 123,927; Hayes, Rep., Rep., 280, 164; Swallow, Proh., 9,770Debs, Soc..

130,068; Cooper, Greenback, 1,509; Smith, Proh. 28,220. Ref., 153

1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 166,632: Taft, Rep., 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 114,634; Garfield, 247,747; Chafin. Pron., 11,672; Debs, Soc., 28,170. Rep., 144,897; Weaver, Greenback, 7.980: Dow, 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 164,228; Taft. Rep., Proh., 69.

130,695; Roosevelt, Prog., 62,460; Debs, Soc., 1884 (Pres.) Cleveland, Dem. 146,453; Blaine, 33,481.

Rep., 161,135; St. John, Proh., 7,649 Butler, 1916' (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 193,042; Hughes, Greenback, 4,598.

Rep., 221,323; Hanly, Proh., 7,166; Benson, Soc.. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 155,243; Harrison, 27,846. Rep.: 176,555; Fisk, Proh., 14.415; Streeter, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 113,422; Harding, Rep., U. Lab., 8,561.

498,576; Watkins, Proh., 8,647; Debs, Soc., 85,041. 1890 (Gov.). Dem., 160,388; Rep., 132,068: U. 1924 (Pres.), La Follette, Progs., 453,678; Coolidge, Lab 5,447; Proh., 11,246.

Rep., 311,614; Davis, Dem., 68,116; Foster, 1892 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 177,335; Harrison, Workers, 3,773; Faris, Proh., 2,918; Johns, Soc.

Rep. 170,846; Weaver, People's, 9,909; Bidwell, Lab., 411; Wallace, Comm. Land, 270.
Proh., 13, 132.

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 544,205; Smith, Dem., 1894 (Gov.), Dem., 142,250; Rep., 196,150; Pop., 450,259; Thomas, Soc., 18,213; Foster, Com.. 25,604; Proh., 11.240.

1,528; Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 381; Varney, Proh.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem, and People's (Populist), 2.245.

165,349; Palmer, Natl (Gold) Dem., 4,553; 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 707,410; Hoover, McKinley, Rep., 268,051; Levering. Proh., 7.799. Rep., 347,741; Thomas, Soc., 53,379; Foster, 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 159,279; McKinley, Com., 3,112; Upshaw, Proh., 2,672; Reynolds,

Rep., 265,756; Woolley, Proh., 10,022; Debs, Soc. Lab., 494.

French traders and missionaries first settled Wisconsin in_1670 and it was part of the country known as New France from 1634 until it was surrendered to the British in 1763 and to the United States in 1783 as a part of the Northwest territory. Wisconsin was admitted to the Union May 29. 1848. The Legislature consists of a Senate of 33 members elected for four years, one half (16 or 17 alternately) being elected each two years, and an Assembly of 100 members all elected for two years. The state has 71 counties.

At the beginning of Wisconsin's recorded history, the Indians of this area possessed a culture which had advanced to a degree midway between that of the superior culture of the Aztecs of Mexico and that of more backward tribes such as the Utes. They lived in villages which, in numerous instances, were situated where many a thriving city and town stands today. In the early summer season the men were content to stay close to the villages while the women tilled the soil and planted corn but before summer waned they would leave to hunt buffalo. Meanwhile, the women would go fishing, gather material for mats, or work in mines from which they obtained ore for making implements or ornaments.

Wyoming
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1940

1936

1940

1936

Countles Roos.,

Willkie, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Dem. Rep. Dem.

Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Albany

4,018 2,756 3,685 1,777|Niobrara.. 1,200 1,427 1.124 1.086 Big Horn.. 2,594 2,859 3,156 1.996 Park.

2,747 2.512 2,594 1.618 Campbell 1,128 1,540 1,435 1.322|Platte.

1.849 1.758 1.730 1,546 Carbon. 3,429 2,882 3.257

2,041 sheridan.

4,439 3,814 4,731 2,726 Converse 1,395 1,889 1,639 1,556 Sublette..

627 771 667 638 Crook,

869 1,359 1,088 1.218 Sweetwater. 6,637 2.439 6,232 1,797 Fremont. 2,644 3.788 3,050 2,357 Teton..

728
623

7951 501 Goshen 1,982 2,861 2,639 2,047| Uinta.

2,007 1,335 1,972 1,015 Hot Springs

1,266
913 1,419
796 Washakie.

942 1.080 1,109 810 Johnson.. 781 1,460 949

1,266 Weston..
985 1,292 1,193

1,084 Laramie..

7,808 5,955 7,594 4,356 Lincoln .. 2,839 1.765 2,747

1,376 Totals....

59,287 52,633 62,624 38,739 Natrona

6,373 5,555 7,819 3,810 1940 (President)--Babson, Proh., 172; Thomas, Soc., 148. 1940 (U. S. Senator)-O'Mahoney, Dem., 65,022; Simpson, Rep., 45,682. 1936 (President)--Thomas, Soc., 200; Lemke, Union, 1,653; Browder, Com., 91; Colvin. Proh., 75.

PAST VOTE OF WYOMING 1892 (Pres.), Harrison, Rep., 8,454; Weaver, | 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 28,316; Hughes, Rep.. People's, 7,722; Bidwell, Proh.. 530.

21,698; Hanly, Proh., 373; Benson, Soc., 1,453. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 17,429: Harding. Rep., 10,375; McKinley, Rep., 10,072; Proh., 159.

35.091; Watkins, Proh., 265; Debs, Soc., 1,288: 1900

(Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 10,164; McKinley, Christensen, F.-Lab., 2,180. Rep., 14,482.

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 41,858; LaFollette, 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 8,930; Roosevelt, Rep., Progs., 25,174; Davis. Dem., 12,868.

20,489; Swallow, Proh., 217; Debs, Soc., 1,077. 1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 52,748; Smith, Dem.. 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 14,918; Taft, Rep.. 29,299: Thomas, Soc., 788.

20,846; Chafin, Proh., 66; Debs, Soc., 1.715. 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 54,370; Hoover, 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem.. 15,310: Taft, Rep. Rep., 39,583; Thomas, Soc., 2,829; Foster, Com..

14,560; Roosevelt, Prog., 9,232; Debs, Soc., 2,760. 180.

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3 Totals, 336 140 321 162 435 88 254 277 404 1271 382 136 444 87 59 472 81 523 82 449 Plur'lity 1961 1591....347 231 277 2461... 357

515 The electoral vote for Vice-President in 1896 was: Republican, 271; Democratic, 149; Popullst. 27

*The 4 electoral votes of Utah and the 4 electoral votes of Vermont in 1912 were cast for the Republican candidates W. H. Taft for President and Nicholas Murray Butler for Vice-President.

The 13 votes of Wisconsin in 1924 were cast for the Progressive candidate, Robert M. La Follette.

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Popular Vote for President, 1940, by States

Source: Secretary of United States Senate
Roosevelt Willkie

Roosevelt Willkle States

Dem.
Rep.
States

Dem.

Rep. Alabama 250,726 42,184 Nevada.

31,945 21.229 Arizona.. 95,267 54,030 New Hampshire

125,292 110,127 Arkansas. 158,622 42,121 New Jersey

1,016,808 945,475 California. 1.877.618 1,351,419 New Mexico

103,699 79,315 Colorado, 265,554 279,576 New York

3,251,918 3,027.478 Connecticut. 417,621 361,819 North Carolina.

609,015 213,633 Delaware 74,599 61,440 North Dakota

124,036 154,590 Florida 359,334 126,168 Ohio.

1,733,139 1,586,773 Georgia. 265.194 23,934 Oklahoma

474,313 348,872 Idaho 127,842 106,553 Oregon

258,415 219,555 Illinois 2,149,934 2,047,240 Pennsylvania

2,171,035 1,889,848 Indiana 874,063 899,466 Rhode Island

181,122 138,214 Iowa 578,800 632,370 South Carolina

95,470

1.727 Kansas 364,725 489,169 South Dakota.

131.362 177,065 Kentucky 557,222 410,384 Tennessee

351,601 169,153 Louisiana 319,751 52,446 Texas.

840,151 199,152 Maine. 156.478 163,951 Utah

154,277 93,151 Maryland

384.546 269,534
Vermont

64,269 78,371 Massachusetts 1,076,522 939, 700 Virginia,

235,961 109,363 Michigan

1,032,991 1,039,917
Washington

462,145 322,123 Minnesota 644,196 596,274 West Virginia

495,662 372,414 Mississippi.

168,267
2.814 Wisconsin.

704,821 679,206 Missouri 958,476 871,009 Wyoming

59,287

52,633 Montana

145,698 99,579 Nebraska. 263,677 352,201 Totals..

27,243, 466 22,304,755 Thomas (Soc.) 99,557; Browder (Com.) 46,251; Babson (Proh.) 57,812; Alken (Soc. Lab.) 14,861; other 48,610; total 49,815,312.

Popular Vote for President in 1936 by States

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(Compiled from official sources by direction of South Trimble, Clerk, House of Representatives ) Roos. Landon Lem. Thom.

Roos. Landon Lem. Thom. States Dem. Rep. Union Soc. States Dem. Rep. Union Soc. Alabama.. 238, 196 35,358 551 242 Nevada...

31,925 11.923

0

0 Arizona. 86,722 33,433 3,307 317NH.

108,460 104,642 4,819 Arkansas. 146,765 32,039 4 446 New Jersey. 1,083,850 720.322

0

3,931 Callfornia.. 1,766,836 836,431 0 11,331! New Mexico. 105,838 61,710 924 343 Colorado..

295,021 181,267 9.962 1,593 New York 3,018,298 2,180,670 0 86,897 Connecticut. 382,189 278,685 21,805 5,683 N, Carolina.. 616,141 223,283

0 • 21 Delaware

69,702 54,014 442 172 N. Dakota.. 163.148 72,751 36,708 552 Florida. 249,117 78,248

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O: Ohio.

1,747,122 1,127,709 132,212 117 Georgia. 255,364 36,942 141 68 Oklahoma. 501,069 245,122

0 2,221 Idaho 125,683 66.256 7,684 0 Oregon

266.733 122.706 21,831 2,143 Illinois 2,282,999 1,570,393 89,439 7.530 Pa..

2,353,788 1.690,300 67,467 14,375 Indiana. 934,974 691,570 19,407 3.856 R.I..

165,233 125.012 19,569

0 Iowa 621.756 487,977 29,687 1,373 S. Carolina.. 113,791 1,646 0

0 Kansas 464,520 397,727 0 2,766 8. Dakota, 160,137 125,977 10.338

0 Kentucky 541,944 369, 702 12,501 632 Tennessee. 327,083 146,516 296 685 Louisiana 292,894 36,791

0
0 Texas.

734,485 103,874 3,281 1,075 Maine. 126,333 168,823 7,581 783 Utah.

150,246 64,555 1.121 432 Maryland. 389,612 231,435

0 1,629 Vermont
62,124 81,023 0

0 Mass 942,716 768,613 118,639 5,111 Virginia..

234,980 98,336 233 313 Michigan 1,016,794 699,733 75.795 8,208 Washington. 459,579 206,892 17.463 3,496 Minnesota 698,811 350,461 74,296 2,872 W. Virginia. 502,582 325,486

0 832 Mississippi 157,318 4,443

0 329 Wisconsin., 802,984 380,828 60,297 10.626 Missouri 1,111,043 697,891 14,630 3,454 Wyoming

62,624 38,739 1,653 200 Montana.

159,690 63,598 5,549 1,066 Nebraska. 347,454 247.731 12,847

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Total. 27,476,673 16,679,583 882,479 187,720 Browder, Communist, 80,159. The "other" total of 340,203, includes Colvin, Proh., 37,847; Alken, Soc. -Lab., 12,777; and scattering and void votes. Total popular vote--45,646,817.

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Popular Vote for President in 1932 by States (Compiled from official sources by direction of South Trimble, Clerk of the House of Representatives) Roos. Hoover Thos.

Roos.
Hoover | Thos.

Roos. Hoover Thos. States Dem. Rep. Soc. States Dem. Rep.

Soc. States Dem. Rep. Soc. Ala... 207,910 34.675 2,030 Me. 128,907 166,631 2,489 Ohio.. 1,301,695 1,227,679 64,094 Ariz.. 79.264 36,104 2,618 Md. 314,314 184,184 10,489 Okla.. 516,468 188,165 Ark., 189,602 28,467 1,269 Mass 800,148 736,959 34.305! Ore... 213,871 136,019 15,450 Calif..1,324,157 847,902 63,299 Mich. 871.700 739,894 39,205 Pa... 1,295,948 1,453,540 91,119 Colo.. 250,877 189,617 13,591 Minn. 600,806 363,959 25,476 R. I. . 146,604 115.266 3,138 Conn 281,632 288,420 20,480 Miss.. 140,168 5,180 686 S. Car. 102,347 1,978 Del.. 54,319 57,073 1.376 Mo... 1.025,406 564,7131 16,374|S.D., 183,515 99,212 1,551 Fla,.. 206,307

69, 170 775 Mont. 127,286 78,078 7,891 Tenn. 259,817 126,806 1,786 Ga.

234,118 19,863 461 Nebr.. 359,082 201,177 9,876 Texas. 760.348 97,959 4,450 Idaho. 109,479 71.312 526 Nev. 28,756 12,674

Utah.. 116.750 84,795 4,087 1.882,304 1,432,756 67,255 N. H.. 100.680 103,629 947 Vt.... 56,266 78.984 1,533 Ind.. 882,064 677.184 21,388 N.J.. 806,630 775,684 42,998 Va.. 203.979 89,637 2,392 Iowa.. 598.019 414,433 20,467 N, M. 95,089 54,217 1,776Wash. 353,260 208,645 17.080 Kan

424,204 349,498 18,276 N. Y..2,534,959 1.937.963 177,397 W. Va. 405,124 330,731 5,133

580,574 394,716 3,853 N.C. 497,566 208,344 5,591 Wis.. 707,410 347,741 53,379 La... 249,418! 18,853

IND) 178,350 71,772 3,521|| Wyo.. 54.370 39,583 2,829 Total-Roosevelt 22,821.857; Hover 15,761,841; Thomas 884,781. Reynolds, Socialist-Labor, 33,275: Foster, Communist, 102,991; Upshaw, Prohibition, 81,869; Harvey. Liberty, 53,425; Coxey, Farm-Labor, 7,309;' total vote_39,816,522.

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Presidential Vote by States, 1936, 1932, 1928

Source: The Official Returns.

POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1936 BY STATES
Roos. Landon Lemke Thom.

Roos. Landon LemkeThom. States Dem. Rep. Union Soc.

State

Dem. Rep. Union Soc. Alabama. 238,196 35,358 551 242 || Nevada.

31,925 11,923

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0 Arizona. 86.722 33,433 3,307 317

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108,460 104,642 4,819 Arkansas 146.765 32,039 4 446 New Jersey 1,083,850 720,322

0 3,931 Californie. 1,766,836 836,431 0 11,331 New Mexico 105,838 61,710 924 343 Colorado

295,021 181,267 9,962 1,593 || New York... 13,293,222 2,180,670 0 86,897 Connecticut. 382, 189 278,685 21,805 5,683 N. Carolina. 616.141 223,283

0

21 Delaware. 69,702 54,014 442 172

N. Dakota.. 163.148 72,761 38,708 552 Florida. 249,117 78,248

0
0 Ohio

1,747,122) 1,127,709132,212 117 Georgia.

255,364 36,942 141 68 | Oklahoma. 501,069 245,122 0 2.221 Idaho 125.683 66,256 7.684

0 Oregon.

266,733 122,706 21,831 2,143 nlinois 2,282.999] 1,570,393 89,439 7,530 || Pa..

2,353,788 1,690,300 67,467 14,375 Indiana 934.974 691,570 19.407 3,856 R. I.

165,233 125,012 19,569

0 Iowa. 621,756 487.977| 29,687 1,373 S. Carolina. 113,791 1,646

0

O Kansas 464,520 397.727 0 2,766 S. Dakota. 160.137 125,977 10.338

0 Kentucky 541,944 369.702 12,501 632

Tennessee.

327,083 146,516 296 685 Louisiana. 292.894 36.791

0
0 Texas.

734,485 103,874 3,281 1.075 Maine. 126.333 168,823 7,581 783

Utah

150,246 64,555 1.121 432 Maryland 389,612 231,435

0 1,629 Vermont

62,124 81,023

0

0 M888 942,716 765,613 118,639 5,111 | Virginia.

234,980 98,336 233 313 Michigan 1,016,794 699,733 75,795 8,208 || Washington. 459.579 206,892 17.463 3,496 Minnesota 698,811 350,461 74,296 2,872 W. Virginia.. 502,582 325,486

0 832 Mississippl. 157,318 4,443

0 329 / Wisconsin.. 802,984 380.828) 60,297 10,626 Missouri. 1,111,043 697,891 14,630 3,454 | Wyomning.... 62,624 38,739 1,653 200 Montalia.

159,690 63,598 5,549 1,066 Nebraska.. 347,454 247,731 12.847 0 Totals. 27,751,597 16,679,583 882.479 187,720

Browder, Com., 80, 150; Colvin, Proh., 37,847; Aiken, Soc. Lab., 12,777. Total vote 45,646,817. The Roosevelt vote in N.'Y. State includes 274,924 cast by the American Labor Party.

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POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1932 BY STATES
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Roos, Hoover Thom States Dem. Rep. Soc. States Dem. Rep. Soc. States Dem. Rep. | Soc. Ala... 207.910 34,675 2,030 Md., 314,314 184,184 10.489 Ore. 213,871 136,019 15,450 Ariz.. 79,264 36,104 2,618 Mass.. 800,148 736,959 34,305 Pa... 1,295,948 1,453,540 91,119 Ark. 189,602 28,467 1,269 Mich.. 871,700 739,894 39,205 R I.. 146,604 115,266 3.138 Calil.. 1,324,157 847,902 63,299 Minn 600,806 363,959 25,476 8. Car. 102,347 1.978 82

250,877 189,617 13,591 Miss.. 140,168 5,180 686 S. D.. 183,515 99,212 1,551 ('onn. 281,632 288.420 20.480 MO... 1,025,406 564,713 16,374 Tenn.. 259,817 126,806 1,786

54,319 57,073 1,376 Mont. 127,280 78,078 7,891 Texas. 760,348 97,959 4,450 Fla...

206,307 69,170 775 Nebr.. 359,082 201,177 9,876 Utah.. 116,750 84,795 4,087 G&... 234,118 19,863 461 Nev 28,756 12,674

Vt...

56.266 78.984 1,533 Idaho. 109,479 71,312 526 N. H. 100,680 103,629 947 Va.

203,979 89,637 2,382 III. ... (1,882,304 1,432,756 67.258 N. J.. 806,630 775,684 42,998 Wash. 353,260 208,645 17.080 Ind.. 862,054 677,184 21.388 V. M. 95,089 54,217 1.776 W. Va, 405,124 330.731 5,133 Iowa. 598,019 414,433 20,467 N. Y.. 2,534,959'1,937.963 177,397 Wis... 707,410 347,741 53,379 kan.. 424,204 349,498 18,276 V. C.. 497,566 208,344 5.591' W'yo. 54,370 39,583 2.829

580,574 394,716 3,853 V. D.. 178,350 71.772 3,521 Le. 249,418 18,853

Ohio..1,301,695 1,227,679 64,094 Totals 22,821,857 15,761,841 884,781 Me 128,907 166.631 2,489 Okla. 516,468 188,165

Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 33,275; Foster, Com... 102,991; Upshaw, Proh., 81,869; Harvey, Liberty, 53,425; Coxey, Farm-Labor, 7,309. Total vote_39,816,522.

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POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1928 BY STATES
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Hoover Smith Thom. F's'er States

Rep.
Dem. Soc. W'k's States

Rep.

Dem. Soc. W'k's Alabama. 120,725 127.797 460

Nevada..

18.327 14.090 Arizon... 52,533 38,537 184 New Hamp.. 115,404 80,715

455 173 Arku. 77,751 119,196 429 317 New Jersey.

926.050 616,517 4,897 1,257 California 1,162,323 611,365 19,595 216 New Mexico.. 69.645 49,211

158 Colorado.

253,872 133,131 3,472 67511 New York.. 2,193,344 2,089,863 107,332 10,876 Connecticut. 296.614 252,040 3,019 730 No. Carolina. 348,992 287,078 Delaware.. 68,860 36,643

59 No. Dakota. 131,441 106,648 842 936 Florida. 144,168 101.764 4,036 3,704

Ohio..

1.627,546 864.210 8,683 2,836 Georgia.. 63,498 129,602 124 64

Oklahoma.

394,046 219,174 3,924 Idaho. 99,848 53.071 1,308

Oregon

205,341 109,223 2,720 1.094 Illinois.

1,769,141 1,313,817| 19,138 3.581 Pennsylvania.. 2,055,382 1,067,586 18,647 4,726 Indiana. 849,290 562.691 3,871

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Rhode Island. 117.522 118,973

283 Iowa. 623,818 378,936 2,960 324 So. Carolina..

3,188 62,700

47 Kansas,

513.672 193,003 6.205 320 So. Dakota... 157,603 102,660 443 232 Kentucky 558,064 381,070 837

293 Tennessee.

195,388 167,343 631 111 Louisiana 51,160 164,655

Tex:s.

367,036 341,032 7221 209 Naine 179.923 81,179 1.069

Utah..

94.618 80,985 954 Maryland. 301,179 223,626 1,701 636 Vermont.

90, 404 44,440 MUSchusetts. 775,566 792,753 6,262 2,464 Virginia..

164,609 140,146 250 173 Michigan..

965.396 396.762 3,0162,881 Washington. 335,844 158.772 2.615 1,541 Minnesota..

560,977 396,451 6,774 4,853 West Virginia.. 375,551 263.784 1.313 401 Mississippi. 27.153 124.539

Wisconsin..

544,205 450,259 18,213 1.528 Missouri. 834.080 662,562 3,739

Wyoming..

62,748 29,299 Montana.

113.300 78.578 1,667 563 Nebraska, 345,745 197.959 3,4341

Totals... 21,392,190115,016,443 267,420 48,770 Reynolds. Soc. Lab., 21,603; Varney. Pron., 20.106: Webb, Farm-Labor, 6,390 Total vote-36,879.414.

For the presidential official vote by States, 1924 back to 1884. see the World Almanac for 1940 or preceding years.

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ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES

Social Security Board SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD-Arthur J. Altmeyer, chairman: George E. Bigge, Ellen S. Woodward. Address, Washington, D. C. Regional offices are maintained in Boston, Mass.; New York, N. Y.; Philadelphia, Pa. Washington, D. C.; Cleveland, O.; Chicago, I.; Birmingham, Ala.; Minneapolis,

Minn.; Kansas City, Mo.; San Antonio, Tex.; Denver, Col.; and San Francisco, Cal.

The Social Security Act, signed by the President Insurance." The amendments of 1939 also on Aug. 14, 1935, Includes 10 separate programs.

strengthened all the other programs, The Social It established a system of old age insurance and Security Board administers old-age and survivors provided for Federal cooperation in State plans for | insurance and the Federal features of the prounemployment compensation and public assistance

grams for unemployment compensation and public

assistance. Federal aspects of the other programs to the needy aged, the needy blind, and dependent are administered by other Federal agencies. children. It also extended Federal aid available to The President's Arst Reorganization Plan authe States for four health and welfare services and thorized the integration of the United States Emfor vocational rehabilitation. In August, 1939, ployment Service formerly with the Department of amendments to the Act were passed by Congress Labor with the administration of unemployment which materially liberalized the old-age insurance compensation under the Social Security Board in system so as to give increased protection for in. July, 1939. A new Bureau of Employment Security sured workers and provide protection for work- was established to coordinate the administration of ers' families. At the same time the name of the employment service and unemployment compensasystem was changed to "Old-Age and Survivors tion functions.

OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE The Social Security Act provides only one pro- (exclusive of amounts in excess of $3,000 recelved gram which is entirely administered by the Federal in one year) by the number of months he could Government--the system of old-age and survivors have worked under the system that is, the numinsurance. As amended in 1939 this program pro

ber of months between 1936 (or his 22nd birthvides monthly benefits, beginning Jan. 1, 1940, for

day, if later) and the quarter in which he be

comes eligible for benefits or dies. retired employees insured under the system and

An insured employee becomes eligible for benefor the dependents and survivors of such em

fits if he is 65 or more years of age, is fully inployees. Benefits are based on wages received by sured, and fles a claim for benefits. A worker is employees in what may be broadly termed industry fully insured for life when he has received as much and commerce. Certain types of employment were

as $50 in covered employment in each of 40 calenexcepted. These are: agricultural labor; domestic dar quarters; or if he has received $50 in each of service casual labor not in the course of the enough calendar quarters to equal half the quaremployers' trade or business; service on foreign ters elapsing between Dec. 31, 1936 (or his attain. vessels and certain small fishing vessels, service for Federal, State and local governments and certain he dies or attains age 65, but in not fewer than 6

ment of age 21, if later) and the quarter in which of their instrumentalities; employment by re- calendar quarters. Such quarters of coverage ligious, charitable, educational, and scientific or

count toward benefits even if they occur before ganizations not organized or conducted for profit; the worker is 21 years old or after he is 65, but service for a foreign government or its instrumen- they must be subsequent to 1936. Wages earned talities; certain part-time or itinerant employ- between Jan. 1, 1937 and Jan. 1, 1939, by a person ment providing only nominal wages such as ser- past 65 years of age do not count toward benefits, vices for fraternal and beneficiary associations and since the inclusion of wages received after age 65 for schools and colleges by regular students; family did not become effective until Jan. 1, 1939. employment; and service by newspaper boys under When an insured worker is eligible for monthly 18. Railroad employment is excepted because it is benefits, supplementary benefits are provided for covered by a separate system for railroad workers.

& wife 65 years of age or over and for unmarried The amount of monthly benefits are deter- dependent children under 16 years of age, or under mined on the basis of the worker's average monthly 18 1f regularly attending school. The supplewage. The formula for computing monthly bene- mentary benefit for each is one-half the worker's fits is 40 per cent of the first $50 of average benefit. Table I illustrates monthly benefits paymonthly wage, plus 10 per cent of the next $200, able under varying conditions relating to average with an added i per cent of the amount thus ob monthly wage, years of coverage and number of tained for each year in which the worker earned dependents. Monthly benefits will not be paid to $200 or more in covered employment.

the annuitant (or suplementary benefits for his The employee's average monthly wage is ob- dependents) for any month in which he earns $15 tained by dividing his total accumulated wages or more in covered employment.

TABLE I-ILLUSTRATIVE MONTHLY OLD-AGE INSURANCE BENEFITS Years of

Years of coverage Single Single Married coverage Single Married?

Single Married

Married: Av. monthly wage Av. monthly wage

Av. monthly wage Av. monthly wage of $50 of $100

of $150

of $250 3 $20.60 $30.90 $25.75 $38.63

3 $30.90 $46.35 $41.20 $61.80 5 21.00 31.50 26.25 39.38

5
31.50

47.25 42.00 63.00 10 22.00 33.00 27.50 41.25

10
33.00

49.50 44.00 66.00 20 24.00 36.00 30.00 45.00

20

36.00 54.00 48.00 72.00 26.00 39.00 32.50 48.75

30

39.00 58.50 52.00 78.00 40 28.00 40.00 35.00 52.50

40
42.00 63.00

56.00 84.00 1It is assumed that an individual earns at least $200 in each year of coverage in order to be eligible to receive the 1 per cent increment. If this were not the case, the benefit would be somewhat lower. 2Benefits for a married couple without children where wife is eligible for a supplement.

When a fully insured individual dies, survivors' his death even thought he may not have been fully monthly benefits are provided in the following insured. amounts: three-fourths of the worker's benefit

The minimum monthly benefit payable in the rate for a widow 65 or over, or for a widow with

case of any insured individual is $io. The maxidependent children in her care; one-half of the family varies where supplementary benefits are

mum both for the individual worker and the worker's benefit rate for each unmarried dependent payable, but in no case can exceed $85.00. child under 18 years of age; one-half of the work- if there is no survivor entitled to monthly beneer's benefit rate for each dependent parent if there fts at the time of the worker's death, a death is no widow or dependent child.

payment, equal to six times the worker's monthly Monthly survivors' benefits are also provided for benefit rate, may be paid to certain relatives; or any minor children and for a widow with such the individual paying the funeral expenses may children in her care, 11 an insured wage earner be reimbursed for them up to this amount. tas received $50 or more a quarter for at least six Table II, on the following page, illustrates the calendar quarters during the three years prior to monthly survivors' benefits payable.

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