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27 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

La Follette being Harding's VP is insane, though I don't know if in this case it is La Follette Sr. or Jr. I think it is Sr. in this case since its pre-WW2.

 

The two have a huge difference in ideology, and knowing that Harding passes away, this makes for quite the tumultuous atmosphere.

It's Sr. Yeah, the differences are vast. However, they'd find common ground on Civil Rights and in wanting to make government more efficient. But the differences would be so tremendous that I think La Follette would resign or become a problem as VP in the Senate chamber. He'd probably reform the position into a sort of Speaker of the House for that Chamber. 

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14 hours ago, Kingthero said:

La Follette being Harding's VP is insane, though I don't know if in this case it is La Follette Sr. or Jr. I think it is Sr. in this case since its pre-WW2.

 

The two have a huge difference in ideology, and knowing that Harding passes away, this makes for quite the tumultuous atmosphere.

The AI choose La Follete

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1924 Democratic Party Convention

Governor James Cox - 392 Delegates (brown)

Governor Al Smith - 320 Delegates (peach)

Ambassador John. Davis - 300 Delegates (pink)

Senator Thomas Walsh - 26 Delegates (red)

Senator Carter Glass - 26 Delegates (green)

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1924 United States Presidential Elections

Republican Party: 268 Electoral Votes

43.6 %

For President: President Robert La Follete

For Vice President: Vice President Frank Lowden

Democatic Party: 262 Electoral Votes

50.9 %

For President: Governor James Cox

For Vice President: Representative Cordell Hull

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1928 Democratic Party Convention

Representative Cordell Hull - 480 Delegates (purple)

Governor Al Smith - 288 Delegates (red)

Senator Thomas Walsh - 122 Delegates (red)

Senator James Reed - 120 Delegates (orange)

Senator Walter George - 28 Delegates (pink)

Senator Atlee Pomerene - 26 Delegates (gray)

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1928 United States Presidential Elections

Republican Party: 380 Electoral Votes

52.8%

For President: President Robert La Follete

For Vice President: Vice President Frank Lowden

Democatic Party: 152 Electoral Votes

45.6 %

For President: Representative Cordell Hull

For Vice President: Governor Al Smith

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1932 Democratic Party Convention

Speaker John Nance Garner - 420 delegates

Senator Cordell Hull - 264 delegates

Former Governor Al Smith - 156 delegates

Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt - 116 delegates

Senator Thomas Walsh - 106 delegates

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1932 United States Presidential Election

Democratic Party: 282 Electoral Votes

52.9 %

For President: Speaker John Nance Garner

For Vice President: Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt

Republican Party: 249 Electoral Votes

43.4 % 

For President: Senator William Borah

For Vice President: Senator Joseph France

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1936 United States Presidential Election

Democratic Party: 411 Electoral Votes

65.2 %

For President: President John Nance Garner

For Vice President: Vice President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Republican Party: 120 Electoral Votes

32.7 % 

For President: Senator Arthur Vandenberg

For Vice President: Former Governor Theodore Roosevelt Jr. 

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1940 Republican National Convention

Rep. Theodore Roosevelt Jr.: 323 Delegates

Sen. Robert Taft: 223 Delegates

Sen. Wendell Wilkie: 215 Delegates

Gov. Hoover: 104 delegates

Gov. Arthur James: 66 delegates

Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.: 50 delegates

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1940 United States Presidential Election

Democratic Party: 441 Electoral Votes

61.2 %

For President: Vice President Franklin D. Roosevelt

For Vice President: Senator Henry Wallace

Republican Party: 90 Electoral Votes

38.2 % 

For President: Senator Wendell Wilkie

For Vice President: Senator Robert Taft

Socialist Party: 0 Electoral Votes

0.6 %

For President: Mr. Norman Thomas

For Vice President: Mr. Maynard Krueger

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1944 United States Presidential Election

Democratic Party: 425 Electoral Votes

54.4 %

For President: President Franklin D. Roosevelt

For Vice President: Vice President Henry Wallace

Republican Party: 106 Electoral Votes

44.1 % 

For President: Governor Thomas Dewey

For Vice President: Senator John Bricker

Socialist Party: 0 Electoral Votes

1.5 %

For President: Mr. Norman Thomas

For Vice President: Mr. Maynard Krueger

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