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California

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties Roos., Willkie Roos., Land., Counties Roos. Willkie

Roos.. Land, Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem.

Rep. Alameda, 148,224 116,961 149,323 82,352|Placer..

8,402 3,887 7.959 2,321 Alpine.

62 125

85
74|Plumas

3,418 1,270 2,707 680 Amador.. 2,762 1,372 2.506

777||Riverside..

20,003 21.779 17.011 16,674 Butte..

10.684 7,433 ,490 5,10 Sacramento. 51.351 23,201 47,265) 12,119 Cala veres. 2,405 1,6491 2,520 960 San Benito.

2,441 2,407 2,565 1,515 Colusa.

2,655 1,774 2,965 1,186 San Bernardino 37.520 30,511 33.955 22,219 Con, Costa 30.900 18,627 26.007 9.604 San Diego..

71.188 55,434 64,628 35,686 Del Norte,

1,034 1,233 1,292 853 San Francisco 185,607 122,449 196.197 65,436 El Dorado. 4,144 2,019 4,019

1,228 San Joaquin.. 26,536 23,403 29,078 10,172 Fresno..

48,866 21.079 42.859 11,545 S. L. Obispo. 8,499 7,204 7,889 4.812 Glenn. 3,095 2,473 3,288 1.620 San Mateo.

29,831 26,539 27,087 13,650 Humboldt.. 12,329 9,470

11,909 6.808 Santa Barbara 17,237 14,107 15,923 9,728 Imperial 7,728 6,854 7,560 4,771||Santa Clara

40.449 40,100 38.346 26,498 Inyo

1,820 1,483 1,560 912) Santa Cruz, . 10,683 11,453 9,326 8,260 Kern 32,202 19,445 25,726 8,345 Shasta..

8,662
3,909

5,236 2,159 Kings. 8.307 3,911 7.062 2,226 Sierra

1,057 511 1,152 340 Lake. 1.897 2,215 1.837 1.797||Siskiyou.

7.714 4.387 6.865 2,919 Lassen.

4,367
1,902 4,193 1,035 Solano, .

15.054 6,081 13,459 3.603 Log Angeles. 822,718 574,266 757,351 357,401 Sonoma.

15,230 16,819 17,273 11,185 Madera 5,749 2,653 4,646 1,387 Stanislaus.

16,494 14,803 15,341 8.613 Marin 11.365 10,974 12.152 6,211 Sutter

4,195 3,089 4,019 1.613 Mariposa. 1,935 1,035 1.907 62i||Tebama.

3,618 2,913 3,687 2,376 Mendocino. 7,055 5,345 6,432 3.670|Trinity

1,431 780 1,424 655 Merced. 10,501 6.101 9,208 3,230|| Tulare.

20,129 15,414 18,956 8,624 Modoc.. 2,232 1.371 1.828 968 Tuolumne.

3,541 2,004 3,303 1,199 Mono.. 523 459 458

241| Ventura.

15,182 11,225 13,384 7.579 Monterey 14,758 11,810 12,267 7,565| Yolo.

6,380 4.373 5.992 2.594 Napa. 6,771 5,924 0,270 3,973| Yuba..

4,660 2,471

4.125

1,332 Nevada.

5,782 2.863 5.1281 1,913 Orange

28,2361 36,070 29.836) 23,494|| Totals.. 1,877,618 1,351,419(1,766,836 1836.481 1940 (President)-Thomas, Prog. 16,506; Browder, Com., 13,586; Babson, Proh., 9,400.

1940 U. S. Senator)-Johnson, Rep.-Dem.-Prog., 2,238,899; Dyster, Proh., 366,044; Whitney, Com., 97,478; Ford, John A. (write in), 7,415.

1938 (Governor) Olson, Dem., 1,391,734; Merriam, Rep., 1,171,019; Haight, Prog., 64,418; Noble, Commonwealth, 23,787.

1938 (U. S. Senator) Downey, Dem.-Prog.-Townsend, 1,372,314; Bancroft, Rep., 1,126,240; Clements, Soc., 22,569. 1936 (President) Thomas, Soc., 11,325; Browder, Com., 10,887; Colvin, Proh., 12,917.

PAST VOTE OF CALIFORNIA 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem., and Lib... 40,718: | 1908, (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 127,492; Taft. Rep.

Grant, Rep., 54,020; O'Connor, Lab.-Ref., 1.050. 214,398; Chafin, Proh., 11.770: Debs, Soc., 28,659. 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 75,845; Hayes, Rep., 78,614; Cooper, Greenback. 44.

1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 283,436; Taft, Rep.,

3.914; Roosevelt, Prog., 283,610; Debs, Soc., 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 80,426; Garfield,

79,201. Rep., 80.348; Weaver, Greenback, 3,392. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland. Dem., 89,288; Blaine. 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 466,200; Hughes, Rep..

Rep., 102,416; St. John, Proh., 2,920; Butler, 462,394; Manly, Proh., 27,698; Benson. Soc., Greenback, 2.017.

43,250. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 117,729; Harrison, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 229,191; Harding, Rep.,

Rep., 124,816: Fisk, Proh., 5,761: Curtis, Amer., 624,992; Watkins, Proh., 25,204; Debs, Soc. 1,591.

64,076. 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 118,174; Harrison. 1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 733,250; Davis, Dem.. Rep., 117,962; Weaver, People's, 26,311; Bid

105,514; LaFollette, Progs., 424,649; Faris, Proh.. well, Proh., 8.096.

18,365. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist). 144,618; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem.,

2,006; 1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., Proh., 1,162,323; Smith, McKinley. Rep., 146,688; Levering. Proh., 2.573. Dem.. 614,365; Thomas, Soc. 19,595; Varney.

Proh. 14,394 (incl. in Hoover vote); Foster. 1900 (Pres.) Bryan, Dem., 124,985; McKinley. Rep., 164,755; Woolley, Proh., 5,087; Debs, Soc.,

Com. 216 (incl. 194 for Gitlow). 7,572.

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 1,324,157; Hoover, 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 89.404; Roosevelt, Rep., 847,902; Thomas, Soc., 63,299; Upshaw,

Rep. 205,226; Swallow, Proh., 7,380; Debs, Soc., Proh., 20,637: Harvey, Liberty, 9,827; Foster, 29,535.

Com., 1,023,

The Indians were the first to look upon Death over the vast wasteland, which to them

was Valley, and possibly the Spanlards were next, but synonymous with tragedy and suffering, and utit remained for the Forty-niners to bestow the first tered a farewell: publicity. The Jayhawkers and the Manly party, *Good-by. Death Valley." It has never known seeking a shorter route to the gold fields of Call- any other name. After these pioneers came others. fornia, made the first recorded crossing of Death Seekers of gold paused and prospected the valley Valley. Weakened by their long journey from their and the surrounding mountains. Precious minerals homes in the East, during which they fought their were uncovered and hundreds flocked to the find. way at first doggedly and then despairingly. blazing Location monuments still inark the claims they their trail with abandoned equipment and bleach- staked. Ruins of buildings still stand, marking a ing bones, they ventured into Death Valley to find measure of success. Occasionally elongated mounds their way shut off by the towering Panamints. of earth and rock, some with crude wooden headThe Manly party. camping in the vicinity of Ben- boards, silently proclaim the resting place of those nett Wells. named for one of its members. sent who tried and failed. Borax is chiefly responsible two of their number ahead to seek a route through for the taming of Death Valley, for it was borax the mountains that would lead them out of this that brought in men and their families as permavalley of despair. After many weary days the scouts nent residents. The abandoned mining towns of returned with the necessary information and the Leadfield and Skidoo lend color to the history of ptoneers started on the last lap of their long the region. Nearby are other ghost towns such as journey in search of riches. As they topped the Rhyolite, Bullfrog, Panamint City, Wildrose, and crest of the mountains they paused and gazed back Ballarat.

Colorado

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1936

• 1940

1940

1936

Mess.

Ouray

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

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Adams.. 4,874 4,767 4,865 3,124

La Plata ...

2,835 3,871 3,040 2,354 Alamosa 2,467 2,243 2,754 1,188 Larimer.

6,402 10,720 7,521 7,243 Arapahoe. 7,571 7,988 6,489 4,272 Los Animas. 8,766 4,859 10,220 3,333 Archuleta

744
869 761 541 Lincoln ..

1,185 1,780 1,660 1,420 Baca. 1,167 1,567

1,797 1,288
Logan

2,819 4,613 4,070 3,136 Bent 1,759 1,899 1.821 1.299

7,694 7,049 7,824 3,654 Boulder 9.039 10,525 9.788

7,244 Mineral

273

229 285 126 Chaffee. 2.153 1,933 2,447 1,069 Moffat.

1,056 1,556 1,090 954 Cheyenne

758
915 903 767 Montezuma

1.573 2,313 1,579 1,087 Clear Creek 1,281 1,018 1,340

720
Montrose...

3,013 3,744 2,938 2,248 Conejos. 2,481 2,028

2,347 1,305
Morgan.

2,527 4,654 3,146 3.058 Costilla. 1,898 1,121 1,518 930

Otero.

4,507 5,459 5,775 3,859 Crowley.

850
1,419
1.163 920

606 589

677

428 Custer 495 685 674 526

Park

869
986 1,336

746 Delta.. 3,044 4,175 3,230 2.661 Phillips

919 1,168 1,602 941 Denver 90,938 81,328 99,263 50,743 Pitkin

503 484 659 305 Dolores,

379
478 323 225 Prowers.

2,309 3,115 2.896 2,432 Douglas.. 801 1,298 1,044 895

Pueblo
18,805 14,185 18,660

10.071 Eagle.. 1,474 1.077 1,541 776 Rio Blanco

530 1,021 587 830 Elbert 934 1.756 1,319 1,374 Rio Grande.

2,242 3,075 2,574 1.884 El Paso 13,320 16,766 15,652 10.965

Routt..

2,775 2,212 2,817 1,541 Fremont

4,186 5,150 4,471 3,631 Saguache... 1,142 1,462 1,321 1,071 Gardeld.. 2,141 2,894 2,406 1,945 San Juan.

378 452 622 196 Gilpin

431
413
736 321 San Miguel 851

729 860 433 Grand 863 1,074 846 714 Sedgwick..

959 1,448 1,358 977 Gunnison.. 1,771 1,556 2,179 978 Summit..

540 479 496 268 Hinsdale.

103
150
137 129 Teller

2.084 1,268 2,349 940 Hueriano... 3,974 2,738 4,793 2,299 Washington 1,403 2,390 2,071 1,723 Jackson... 357 526 433 419

Weld

10.649 16,129 12,993 9.606 Jefferson 7,745 8.780 7,283 5.271 Yumą.

1,917 3,531 2.878

2,462 Klow&..

598

986 918 772 Kit Carson. 1,100 2,481 1,730 1,980 Totals.. 265,554 279,576 295,021 181,267 Lake

2,063 1,403 2,1461 650 1940 (President) Thomas, Soc., 1,899; Babson, Proh., 1,597; Browder, Com., 378.

1940 Governor)--Carr, Rep., 296,671; Saunders, Dem., 245,292; Coffman, Proh., 1,462; Whitehead, Soc., 2,211.

1938 (U. S. Senator)--Adams, Dem., 262,786; Lee, Rep., 181,297; Allander, Ind., 3,522; Whitehead. Soc., 3,604. 1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 9,962; Thomas, Soc., 1,593; Alken, Soc. Lab., 336; Browder, Com., 497.

PAST VOTE OF COLORADO 1892 (Pres.) Harrison, Rep., 38,620; Weaver, 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 178,816; Hughes, Rep..

People's, 63,584; Bidwell, Proh.. 1.687. The 1912 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 114,232; Taft, Rep.. Democrats fused with the People's Party.

102,308; Hanly, Proh., 2,793; Benson, Soc., 10,049. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 204,936; Harding. Rep..

161,269; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., i; McKin- 173,248; Watkins, Proh., 2.807; Debs, Soc., 8.046; ley. Rep., 26,279; Levering, Proh., 2.110.

Christensen, F.-Lab., 3,016. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 122,733; McKinley, Rep.,

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 195, 171; Davis, Dem., 93,039; Woolley, Proh., 3.790; Debs. Soc., 714.

75,238; La Follette, Prog., 57,368; Paris, Proh.. 1904 (Pres.). Parker, Dem., 100,105: Roosevelt,

966; Foster, Workers, 562; Johns, Soc.-Lab., 378. Rep., 134,687; Swallow, Proh,

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 253,872; Smith, Dem. 3,432; Debs,

133.131; Thomas, Soc., 3,472; Foster, Com., 675: Soc., 4.304.

Farm. Lab., 1092. 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 126,644; Taft, Rep.. 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 250,877; Hoover,

123, 700: Chafin, Proh., 5,559; Debs, Soc., 7.974. Rep., 189,617; Thomas, Soc., 14.018: Upshaw, 58,386; Roosevelt, Prog., 72,306; Debs, Soc., 16,418. Proh., 1,928.

Connecticut

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

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

Dem. Rep. Dem.

Rep. Fairfield. 93,6881 90,905

12,605 11,466 New London 28.286 23.340 24,999 21,367 Hartford, 114,336 87,982 103,450 65,652 Tolland.

7,669 7,495 6,676 5,965 Litchfield.. 19.537 22,936 17,468 18,850 Windham. 14,989 12,075 87.329 67.846 Middlesex

13,044 13,436 12,294 10,925 New Haven 126,072 102,8521 117,308 76.6141 Totals 417,621) 361,021 382,129 278,685

1940 (President)--Aiken, Soc. Lab., 971; Browder, Com., 1,091; Willkie (Union party). 798.

1940 (U. S. Senator)---Maloney, Dem., 416,740; Cornell, Rep., 357,754 (Union party, 739): Thurlow, Soc., 6,557; Hutchin, Soc. Lab., 1.343: Wofsy, Com., 1.114.

1940 (Governor)-Hurley, Dem., 388,361; Baldwin, Rep., 373,799; McLevy, Soc., 18,090; MacKay, Soc. Lab., 1,815; Baldwin (Union party), 782; Russo, Com. 1.141.

PAST VOTE OP CONNECTICUT 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 74,922; Harrison, 68,324; Roosevelt, Prog., 34,129; Debs, Soc., Rep., 74,586; Fisk, Proh., 4,236.

10.056. 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 82,395; Harrison, 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 99,786; Hughes, Rep., Rep. 77,032; Weaver, People's, 809; Bidwell, 106,514; Hanly, Proh., 1,789; Benson, Soc., 6.179. Proh., 4,026.

1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 120.721; Harding. Rep.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), 229, 238; Watkins, Proh., 1,771; Debs, Soc.. 56,740; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem.. 4,336; Mc- 10,350; Christensen, F.-Lab., 1,947. Kinley, Rep., 110.285; Levering, Proh., 1,806. 1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 246,322; Davis, Dem.. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 74,014; McKinley. Rep.. 110,184; LaFollette, Prog., 42,416; Johns, Soc.

102,572; Woolley, Proh.. 1,617; Debs. Soc. 1,029. Lab.. 1.373. 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 72,909, Roosevelt, Rep.. 1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 296,614; Smith, Dem.,

111,089; Swallow. Proh.,'1,506; Debs, Soc.. 4,543. 252,040; Thomas, soc., 3,019; Foster, Com., 730 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 68,255; Taft, Rep., Reynolds, Soc. Lab.. 622

112,915; Chafin, Proh., 2,380: Debs, Soc.. 5,113. 1932 (Pres), Roosevelt, Dem. 281.632; Hoover. 1912 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 74,561; Taft, Rep., Rep., 288,420: Thomas, Soc., 22.767.

Delaware
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936, 1932, 1928)
1940
1936
1932

1928
Counties

Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Roo9., Hoover, Smith Hoover
Dem, Rep.

Dem.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. New Castle (Inc. Wilmington)

52.167 41.508 47.315 36.859 39.872 32.872 22,464 47.641 Kent.. 9.226 8.079 9.588 6,936 6.829 8,829

5,727

8,335 Sussex

13,206 11,853 12.799 10,219 10,618 12,618 7.168 13,010 Totals

74,599 61,44069,702 54,014 54,319 57,074 36,643 68,860 1940 (President) - Babson, Proh., 220; Thomas, Soc., 115. 1940 (U. S. Senator)- Tunnell, Dem., 68,294; Townsend, Jr., Rep., 63.799; Allen, Liberty Dem., 2.786. 1936 (President) - Lemke, Union, 442; Thomas, Soc., 179; Browder, Com., 52.

1936 (U. S. Senator)-Hughes, Dem., 65,485; Hastings, Rep., 52,469; Houston, Ind. Rep., 6,897; Perry, Soc., 183, Davidatis. Com., 53.

PAST VOTE OF DELAWARE 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 10,208; / 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 18,386; McKinley, Rep.,

Grant, Rep., 11,115; O'Conor, Lab.-Ref., 460. 22,535; Woolley, Proh., 546; Debs, Soc., 57. 1876 (Pres.). Tilden. Dem., 13,381; Hayes, Rep., 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 19,359; Roosevelt, Rep., 10,572, Smith, Proh.-Ref. 236.

23,712; Swallow, Proh., 607; Debs, Soc.. 146. 1880 (Pres.). Hancock, Dem., 15,181; Garfield, 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 22,071: Taft. Rep.. Rep., 14,138; Weaver, Greenback, 121.

25,114; Chafin. Proh., 670; Debs, Soc., 239. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 16,976; Blaine, Rep., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 22,631; Tait, Rep.,

13,053; St. John, Proh., 64; Butler, Greenback, 10. 15.997; Roosevelt, Prog., 8,886Debs, Soc., 556. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 16,414; Harrison, 1916 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 24,753; Hughes, Rep., Rep., 12,973; Fisk, Proh., 400.

26.011; Hanly, Proh., 566; Benson, Soc., 480. 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 18.581; Harrison, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 39,911; Harding, Rep., Rep., 18,077; Bidwell, Proh.. 564

52.858; Watkins, Proh., 986; Debs. Soc., 988: 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), Christensen, F.-Lab., 93.

13.425: Palmer Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 877; McKinley, 1924 (Pres.), Davis, Dem., 33445; Coolidge, Rep., Rep., 16,883; Levering. Proh., 353.

52441; La Follette, Progr., & Soc., 4,979.
Florida

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936

947

171

809

974

Counties Roos., Willkie,

Roos.,
Land.,

Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., | Land.,
Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Alachua 6.714 1,372 4.788

890 Lee..

3.531 1,622 2,549 1,137 Baker 1,352 114 1,555 116 Leon

5,459 583 3,770 277 Bay 5,153 684 3,202 541 Levy.

2,527

266

2,003 183 Bradford 1,588 261 1,494 293 Liberty

119
800

64 Brevard

2.995
1.984
2,300 1,147||Madison

2,421 440 2,278 184 Broward

6.422
3,988 4,385 1, 906 Manatee

5,131 1,983 3,487 1,455 Calhoun, '1,722 1,043 181 Marion.

6,127 1,297 4,664 760 Charlotte 910 407 782 548 Martin

1.018 596

778 327 Citrus. 1.561 194 1,366 159 Monroe

4,102

463

2,605 282 Clav 1,488 498 1.251 562 Nassau..

1.888

421 1,095 242 Collier

156
902
88 Okaloosa

3,003 690 2,433 457 Columnbia. 2.888 443 2.383 196 Okeechobee.

822
122
655

186 Dade 51,921 25,224 28.007 10,295 Orange.

12,821 8,198 7,314 4.394 De Soto 1.888 526 1,594 560 Osceola

2,015 1,428 1,622 1,101 Dixie

1,420
84 1.170
64 Palm Beach. 11.884

7.371 9,635 4,478 Duval 41,003 9,177 25,989 5.368 Pasco

3.091 1,362 2,229 1,159 Escambia 16,201 2.249 9.138 1,567 Pinellas

18.941 13.327 12.072 8,183 Flagler 553 136 507 106 Polk

17,690 5,564 10,441 4,164 Franklin 1,400 102 1,413

125 Putnam

3,477
1,008

2,709
Gadsden
3.218 417 2,572 198 Santa Rosa

2.910

656 2.934 744 Gllchirst.

1,011
88 836 56 Sarasota

3,773 1,672 2,418 1,055 Glades

464
180 523 235 Seminole

3,150
1.369 2,580

897 Gull 1,642 105

844
71 St. Johns.

4,122 1,303 3,411 1,085 Hamilton 1,424 185

1,554
73 St. Lucle

2. 169 962 1,946) 497 Hardee.

2.559
694 2,142 844 Sumter.

2,382

253
1,724

734 Hendry 1,040 317 741 234 Suwannee

2.866 401

2,863

202 Hernando 1,151 381 1,115 313 Taylor

2,499 198 1,897 127 Highlands 2.215 878 1.898 842 Union

1,024
95 1,089

89 Hillsborough 30.738 7.805 2,202 5,361 Volusia.

10,024 6,509 7.924 4,934 Holmes

2,684
887 3,213 772 Wakulla

1,336
70 1,417

45 Indian River 1,487 904

1,270 532 | Walton..

3,217 694 2,778 510 Jackson 5.607 866 3,757 351 Washington. . 1,915

2.289 486 Jefferson

1.412 215 1,243 127 Lafayette.

1,090
122 1,084
80 Totals...

249,117 78,248 Lake.. 5.322 2,659)

359,334 126,158

4,045 2,034 1940 (U. S. Senator)-Andrews, Dem., 323,216. 1940 Governor)-Holland, Dem., 334,152. 1938 (U. S. Senator)–Pepper, Dem., 145, 757; Swanson, Rep., 31,035.

PAST VOTE OF FLORIDA 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 15,427; Rep., 7.314; Woolley, Proh., 2,234; Debs, Soc., 601. Grant, Rep., 17,763.

1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 27.046; Roosevelt, Rep.. 1876 (Pres.). Tilden, Dem., 22,923; Hayes, Rep., 8,314; Swallow, Proh., 5; Debs, Soc., 2.337. 23.849. The figures are those of the Returning 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem. 31,104; Taft, Rep.. Board. The State Supreme Court gave Tilden 10,654; Chafin, Proh., 553; Debs, Soc., 3.747. 94 majority.

1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 36,417; Taft. Rep., 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 27,964; Garfield. 4.279: Roosevelt, Prog., 4,535; Debs, Soc., 4,806. Rep., 23,654.

1916 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 55.984; Hughes, Rep., 1884 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 31,766; Blaine, 14,611; Hanly, Proh., 4,855; Benson, Soc., 5,353. Rep., 28.031; St. John, Proh.. 72.

1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 90.515; Harding, Rep.. 1888 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 39,656; Harrison, 44,853; Watkins, Proh., 5,124; Debs, Soc., 5,189. Rep., 26.659; Fisk, Proh., 418.

1924 (Pres.), Davis, Dem., 62,083: Coolidge, Rep., 1892 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 30.143; Weaver, 30,633; LaFollette, Prog., 8,625; Faris, Proh., People's, 4.843; Bidwell. Proh., 570.

5.498; Nations, Amer.. 2,315. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem, and People's (Populist), 1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 144,168; Smith, Dem..

32.736; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 1,778; Mc- 101.764; Thomas, Soc., 4.036; Foster. Com.. 3,704. Kinley. Rep., 11,288: Levering. Proh., 654

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem.. 206,307; Hoover, 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 28,007; McKinley, Rep., 69,170; Thomas, Soc., 775.

643

Georgia

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1936

1940

1940

1936

1,978

75

115

84

38

103

837

Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Countles Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon,

Dem.
Rep.
Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Appling

1,514

312
1,309
140 Jenkins.

940

69
880

32 Atkinson.

703

66
958
29 Johnson.

2,386 106

1,861 334 Bacon

821

97
929
62 Jones...

613
101
508

23 Baker

557

301
599
13|Lamar

8691

85
839

09 Baldwin 1,313 203 811 113|Lanier

607
16 800

30 Banks.. 668 164

641
181|Laurens.

2,316 435 2.620 304 Barrow.. 1.615 219 1,181

172 Lee

416
17 490

1 Bartow.. 1.734 318 2.228

444|Liberty

407
102

369
Ben Hill
1,206 181

1,147
146|Lincoln.

466
67 561

88 Berrieu,

1.156
24 1,700
53||Long

319
76 305

51 Bibb 6,729) 1,371

5,722
452Lowndes.

2,551 260 3,099 130 Bleckley.

785
100
649
69 Lumpkin
8991 165 617

160 Brantley.

960
67 527
40 Macon

852
72 958

92 Brooks 1,300 248 1,277

94 Madison.

1,160 185

1,697 393 Bryan..

874
491 632
63 Marion..

605

77
420

82 Bulloch.. 2.063) 141

66 McDuille.

959

705

98 Burke

1,029
42 1,040
51 | McIntosh

4681
106
308

53 Butts.

1,012
78 820
28 Meriwether. 2,726

174

2,438 138 Calhoun

610
33 777
14 Miller

775
50 653

36 Camden

564

60
515
53 Mitchell

2,131
155 2,297

79 Candler.

748

63
992
80 Monroe.

1.014

49

1,277 147 Carroll 3,808 616 3,717

653 Montg'm'y

686

75
945

81 Catoosa 1,440 249 1,018

218 Morgan.

484
24 1,130

37 Charlton.

562
60 468
28 Murray

1.399 545

1.597 806 Chatham. 10,048 1,985 10.019 1,227 Muscogee.

5,392 702 5,009 455 Chat'hoc'ee.

204

20
206
20 Newton..

1,512

95

1.994 123 Chattooga. 2,413 273 2,999

231 Oconee

635 177

483

173 Cherokee

1,552
1,017
1,211
842 Oglethorpe.

8181 131

845 Clarke. 2,894 246 2,632

160 Paulding

1,653 770

1,386 045 Clay

488
33 484
13 Peach
738 155 767

49 Clayton.

1,382
161 1,352
175|Pickens
1,124 884 1.223

1,053 Clinch..

1,049
63 1,002
71 Pierce

943

1,494

45 Cobb.

4,447

992
2,802
707|Pike.

829

209 910 149 Coffee.

1,561
128 1,703 116 Polk

2,693 401 2,754 389 Colquitt 1,819 525 2,449

448||Pulaski

478

808

38 Columbia,

627

46
659
34 Putnam

730

61
703

51 Cook,

941
143 1.697 117|Quitman.

324

19
355

19 Coweta. 2,846

2,260
73 Rabun.

958

82

948 162 Crawford

362

74
413
22 Randolph.
1,298 143 1,200

74 Crisp. 1,049 129

1,029
79 Richmond.

5,855 641 7,239 .551

1
Dade.
982 151

857
127 Rockdale,

1,291
86

73 Dawson.

484
276
377 322 Schley

471

69
419

43 Decatur

1.781
217 1,965
79 Screven.
1,174 100

933

61 De Kalb.

8.862
2,081
7,391 1,137 Seminole.

884

58
761

36 Dodge. 1,280 171

1,259
71 Spalding

3,022

197
2,457

82 Dooley 1,209 124 1.339

41 Stephens.

1,084

1,142 Dougherty. 2,175 180 2,591 122 Stewart.

600

52

628 Douglas

833
195 1,015 237 Sumter

1,561

118
1,870

58 Early. 1,751 104

1,107
46 Talbot

656

49
796

41 Echols.

441

18
300
30 Taliaferro.

507

19

552 Emngham. 633 227 612 142 |Tatnall.

1,246 421 1.047 214 Elbert. 2,052 357 1.772 438 Taylor

796 213

771

147 Emanuel.

1,428
81 1.943 125 Telfair.

1,391 104 1,158

121 Evang.. 1.399 112 733

35 Terrell

1.040

1.136

61 Fannin 1,771 2,256 1,540 1,890Tiomas

2.072

2,409 222 Fayette. 577

749
70 Tift.

1,463

1,627 161 Floyd

5,528

912
5,499 612 Toombs

1.061

134
1,001

78 Forsyth. 1,378 634 780 551 Towns

8941 830

763 732 Franklin

1,579
222 1,621 238 |Treatlen,

1,184
38 912

23 Fulton. 31.311 6,033 27.183 3,552 Troup

3,176

288 2,728 167 Gilmer 865 653 1,128 1,047 Turner

791
351

860 188 Glascock.

332

76
369
68 Twiggs

723
91 491

57 Glynn. 2,014 274 1.925 260 Union

9501 557 1,148 783 Gordon. 1,623 527 2,026

504 Upson
2,235 159 1,471

138 Grady. 1,4611 224 $59 163 Walker

2,859 558 2,313 458 Greene 1,497 148 1,348

86 Walton.

2,179

104 1,952 132 Gwinnett 4,023 728 2,382 541||Ware

2,672 308 2,566

256 Haberstam 1,840 421 1,884 424 Warren

606

95

545 • 129 Hall.

2,943
493 2,731 444 Washington.

1.112

253

1,286 149 Hancock.

501
153 504
57|| Wayne
1.542 179

788

105 Harulsou. 1,397 457 1,643 787 Webster

280

50

310 Harris.

914

71
953
54 Wheeler

4951 117

594

94 Hart.

1,328
97 1,514 222 White

111 599 161 Heard. 647 221

725
155 Whitneld.

3,162 991 2,481 877 Henry 1,551 101 1,362 116 Wilcox

8901 118 1,066 195 Houston

022
149
796
37 Wilkes

1.022

123

1,031 78 Irwin..

962
197 1,025 110 Wilkinson

906
147
695

118 Jackson. 1,599 166 2,447 187 Worth..

936

190 1,124 132 Jasper

689

72
923

33 Jeff Davis.

690
101 631

93

Totals.... 265, 1941 46,362 255,364 36,942 Jefferson... 1,068 171 1,238

168 1940 (President). Willkie, Rep., 23,934; Ind. Dem., 22, 428; Babson, Proh., 983,

1940 (Governor)-Talmadge, Dem., 267,574; Ind. Dem., 22,303; total, 289,877; Boyd, Proh., 875; Wallace, Ind., 296.

1938 (Governor)–Rivers, Dem., 66,863; Glass, Proh., 1,358; Fuller, Ind., 1,914; Mitchell, Ind., 784. 1938 (U. 8. Senator)-George, Dem., 66,897; Jiles, Ind., 3,442; Talmadge, Dem., 14.

PAST VOTE OF GEORGIA 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 76,356; Grant, 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 94,667; Blaine, Rep., 62,550; O'Conor, Lab.-Ref. 4,004.

Rep., 48,603; St. John, Proh., 195; Butler, Green1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 130,088; Hayes, Rep., back, 145. 50,446.

1888 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 100,472; Harrison, 1880 (Pres.). Hancock, Dem., 102,470; Garfield, Rep., 40,453; Fisk, Proh., 1,808; Streeter, United Rep., 54,086; Weaver, Greenback, 969.

Labor, 136.

90

371

226

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1892 (Pres.). Cleveland, Dem., 129,386; Harrison, 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 125.845; Hughes, Rep..

Rep., 48,305; Weaver, People's, 42,937; Bidwell, 11,225; Roosevelt, Prog., 20.653; Benson, Soc., Proh.. 988.

967. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem, and People's (Populist). 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 107,162: Harding, Rep..

94,733; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 2,809; MC- 43,720; Debs, Soc., 465.

Kinley, Rep., 60,107; Levering. Proh., 5.613. 1924 (Pres.), Davis, Dem., 123,200: Coolidge, Rep., 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 81,700; McKinley, Rep.,

30,300; LaFollette, Prog., 12,691; Faris, Proh.. 35,056; Woolley, Proh., 1,396.

231; Nations, Amer., 155. 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 83,472; Roosevelt, Rep.,

1928 (Pres.), Smith, Dem., 129,602; Hoover, Rep.,

63,498; Hoover 24,003; Swallow, Proh., 685; Debs, Soc., 197.

(anti-Smith, Dems.) 35,871: 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 72,413; Taft. Rep.,

Hoover total, 99,369; Thomas, Soc., 124: Foster,

Com.. 64. 41,692; Chafin, Proh., 1,059; Debs. Soc., 584. 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 234,118; Hoover, 1912 (Pres.). Wilson Dem., 93,076: Taft, Rep., Rep., 19,863; Upshaw, Proh., 1.125; Thomas,

5,191; Roosevelt, Prog., 21.980; Debs, Soc., 1.026. Soc., 461; Foster, Com., 23.

Idaho

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties: Roos., Willkle, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos.,

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

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Ada. 12,381 12,861 12.027 7.581 Gooding..

1,919 2,352 2,100 1,505 Adams..

929
779 770

434
Idaho...

2,888 2,641 3,104 1,535 Bannock. 10,493 5,419 9.443 3,830

Jefferson.

2,631 1,717 2.776 1,037 Bear Lake. 2.026 1,761 2.078

1.404
Jerome.

1.881

2,520 2.374 1,297 Penewah.. 1.924 1,304 1.906

897 Kootenal. 5,997 4,333 5,752 2,586 Bingham.. 3.815 3,662 4,215 2,354 Latah..

4,494 3,971 4,359 2,838 Blaine.. 1,559 1,124 1,361

735 Lernhi
1,664 1.412 1,648

943 Boise..

677
489 780
368 Lewis.

1.462

729 1.612 507 Bonner. 3,834 3,072 3,521 2,016 Lincoln..

886 1.009 916 766 Bonneville 5,891 3.999 5,439

2,213

Madison 2.218 1.632 2,455 1,114 Boundary 1,393 1,221 1,304

732 Minidok& 1,982 1,979 2,095 948 Butte.:

448
423
546

312 Nez Perce. 5,963 3,409 5.705 1.988 Camas..

381
367 442
274 Oneida, .
1,440 1,140 1.673

955 Canyon.

8,639 8,776 8,290 4,910 Owyhee.. 1,160 1,031 1,106 500 Caribou.

658
390
640
321 Payette.

1,790 2,554 1.677 1,524 Cassia..

2,930
2,748 3,100 1,629 Power

931

951 1.075 708 Clark.

212
399 272

304 Shoshone.. 6,565 3,525 5,377 2,146 Clearwater

2,284
1,128 1,959

812
Teton,...

844
667 834

542 Custer.... 894 760

875

530 Twin Falls 7.286 9,031 7,476 4.966 Elmore 1.632 1,077 1,567

688
Valley

1,165
761 1.260

575 Franklin 2,158 2,069 2,255 1,396 Wagh'ton. 2,296 1,903 2.147 1,234 Fremont.. 2,556 1,996 2,904 1,423 Gem..... 2.666 1,462 2,468

879 Totals. 127,842 106,553 125,683 66,256 1940 (President)--Thomas, soc., 497; Browder, Com., 276. 1940 (U. S. Senator)-Thomas, Rep., 124,535; Taylor, Dem., 110,614, 1940 (Governor)Clark. Dem., 120.420: Bottolfsen, Rep., 118,117. 1938 (Governor)-Bottolfsen, Rep., 106,268; Ross, Dem., 77,697; Wilson, Prog., 1,494, 1938 (U. S. Senator) Clark, Dem., 99,801; Callahan, Rep., 81,939; Verhei, Prog., 845. 1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 7,684. 1936 (U. S. Senator)-Borah, Rep., 128,723; Ross, Dem., 74,444.

PAST VOTE OF IDAHO 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 2; Harrison, Rep.. 32,810; Roosevelt, Prog., 25,527; Debs,

Soc.. 8.799: Weaver, People's, 10.520; Bidwell. Proh.. 11,960. 288.

1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 70,054; Hughes, Rep.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem, and People's (Populist),

55,368; Hanly, Proh., 1,127; Benson, Soc., 8,066. 23,135; McKinley. Rep., 6.314; Levering. Proh.. 1920 (Pres.). Cox, Dem., 46,579; Harding. Rep., 172.

88,975: Watkins, Proh., 9; Debs, Soc.,

38: 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 29,414; McKinley, Rep.,

Christensen, F.-Lab., 6. 27.198; Woolley, Proh., 857.

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 69,879; LaFollette, 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 18.480: Roosevelt, Rep.,

Prog., 54,160; Davis, Dem., 24,256. 47.783; Swallow, Proh., 1.013; Debs, Soc., 4.949.

1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep., 99.848; Smith. Dem..

53,074; Thomas, Soc., 1.308. 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 38,162; Taft, Rep..

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 109,479; Hoover, 52,621: Chafin, Proh., 1.986: Debs, Soc., 6.400.

Rep., 71,312; Harvey, Lib., 4,712; Thomas, Soc., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 33,921; Taft, Rep.. 526; Foster, Com., 491.

Some Outstanding Dates in Idaho History 1805–Expedition led by Lewis and Clark camped by President Grant for Coeur d'Alene and on Lemhi River, near Salmon City.

Spokane Indians. 1843-First highway across Idaho was the Oregon 1874–First railroad to enter the Territory was the

Trail, which entered near Montpelier, passed by Utah Northern, & narrow gauge, built to FrankFort Hall

lin, Idaho. 1853-Cataldo Mission, built by Indians. under 1875—Lemhi Indian Reservation set aside by Presi

supervision of Jesuit Missionaries. Located on dent Grant for Shoshoni, Bannack, and TukCoeur d'Alene-Yellowstone Trail.

uarika Indians. 1863-March 3, Idaho Territory organized.

1877-Nez Perce Indian war; June 17, Battle of 1863 --First treaty with Shoshoni Indians at Fort White Bird Creek Canyon. Bridger, Utah.

1879---Mormon people began settlement in Snake 1863--Boise barracks established on Mores Creek, River Valley near Idaho Falls.

and cavalry brought in for protection from In- 1880---Placer gold discovered in the Coeur d'Alenes. dians.

1880-Lead-silver mines opened in the Wood River 1864-Mail stage coaches began bringing mail from district.

Salt Lake via Fort Hall, to Boise and Walla 1883–Northern Pacific Railroad completed across Walla, Washington.

panhandle. 1865--Territorial capital removed from Lewiston 1884–Oregon Short Line railroad completed across to Boise.

southern Idaho. 1866-Gold discovered at Leesburg, in Lemhi 1885-First capitol-building to be constructed at County.

Boise, voted by Legislature, to cost $80,000. 1869-Union and Central Pacific railroads com- 1889-January, University of Idaho was established pleted as far as Kelton, Utah, with stage con- at Moscow six months before Idaho was ad. nection into Idaho.

mitted to statehood. 1869- Fort Hall Indian Reservation set aside by 1890---July 3, Idaho admitted to the Union as a

President Grant for Shoshoni and Bannack state.
Indians.

1890--First session of the Legislature met at Boise 1873-Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation set aside December 8.

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