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Albany
53.296 82,119

Oswego.
22,119 11,549

926 Allegany 14,862 4,863 337 Otsego

16,256 7,713
Broome
42,727 28,760

1,713
Putnam

6,909 4,799
Cattaraugus.
20,836 11,390 1,533

Rensselaer

37, 788 31,599 2,060 Cayuga 20,426 12,608 1.136 Rockland

19,032 13,851 1,164 Chautauqua 33,565 21,455

St. Lawrence

24,068 12,620 1,442 Chemung 21.235 14,192

964
Saratoga

21.267 13,921
Chenango
13,887 5.005

Schenectady

35,694 29, 208 Clinton 10.567 10.066

Schoharle

6,956 4,000 Columbia 13.010 8,270

Schuyler

4,724 2.096 Cortland 11,806 4,535 399 Seneca

7,908 4,241 Delaware 15,141 5,039 409 Steuben

25,585 -15,061 Dutchess 32.084 23,185 1,690 Suffolk

62,243 30,699 .751 Erie 162,038 187,875 17.829 Sullivan

10,863 9,544 Essex 11,687 4,691 447 Tioga

9,253 4,108
Franklin
10,864 7,613

Tompkins
13,967 5,834

689 Fulton 14,969 8,252

Ulster

26,749 19,543
Genesee
13,659 6,553

641
Warren
13,319 6,369

549 Greene 9,722 6,406

Washington

15,619 7,657 Hamilton

1,796
805
Wayne
18,423 6,775

489 Herkimer 17.114 12,480

Westchester

179,542 99,386 8,847 Jefferson 24,662 12,559 1,039 Wyoming

10.562 4,670 Lewis 7,580 3,359

Yates

6.688 2,054 Livingston 12,176 6,215

523 Madison 14,581 5.712

482 Outside N. Y. C, 1,716,663 1,211,673 65,395 Monroe. .

119, 169 104,296 7,532 Montgomery 15,459 13,539 864 Bronx..

182,495 336.853 87 270 Nassau 140.984 72,448

Kings

363,509 614,710 130,111 Niagara 35,323 30,163 2,352 New York

275,410 414,626 69,145 Oneida 50,424 45,562 2,758

Queens

294,781 275,508 29,438 Onondago 88.750 67,223

Richmond

35,994 40,037 Ontario 18,377 8,399

704 Orange

37,776 24,738 2,100 N. Y. City 1,152,189 1,681,734 315,964 Orleans 10,577 4,001

374 Mead total-3,274,766: Barton total-2,868,852. Paine, Prohibition–4.944.

Proportional Representation was retained-Man- | O'Day and Merritt. hattan-No, 174,747; yes, 123, 133.

Westchester County-County Clerk, Mercer, Rep., Bronx-No, 158,927; yes, 119,652.

166,604; D'Aloia, Dem., 94,598. Brooklyn-No, 258,281; yes, 195, 438.

District Attorney-Gallagher, Rep., 178, 194; Queens-No, 176,392; yes, 109,554.

Connolly, Dem., 96 299. Richmond-No, 14,421; Yes, 18,112.

Nassau County--County Executive, Sprague, Rep.. City total-No. 782,768; yes, 565,879. No nt 132,022; Block, Dem., 73,330. retain; yes meant let go.

District Attorney-Neary, Rep., 140,613; Mulry, Borough President, Brooklyn-Cashmore, Dem., Dem., 69,455. 645, 145; Baar, Rep.. 306,040; Armstrong, Amer. County Clerk-Ransom, Rep., 136,448; MulholLabor, 129,965.

land, Dem., 69,414. County Judge, Kings (Brooklyn)-Leibowith.

Surrogate-Howell, Rep. 136,980; Kiernan, Dem.. Dem. and A. Labor, 710,529; Judd, Rep., 382,543. 70,260.

Representative at Large--The semi-official vote, Sherifl-Mederer, Rep., 136,075; Bohan, Dem., with some districts, showed a plurality for Mrs. | 70.185.

New York State - President, 1936, 1932, 1928 (Figures in parentheses with Roosevelt, 1936, vote show American Labor Party vote, which is included

in the figure preceding parentheses)

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Totals

3,388,741/2,433,976/2,483,235 2,900,184 1,967,869 1,977,360/2,324,389/2,338,804 1,568,305 The Registration in the State (including N. Y. City) was-(1922) 3.266,242; (1924) 3.887,554; (1925) 3,503,880; (1926) 3,621,036; (1927) 3,584,640; (1928) 4,885,276; (1929) 4,007,050; (1930) 4,038,114 (1931) 4,169,695; (1932) 5,350,822: (1933) 5,215,627; (1934) 4,783,095; (1935) 4,966,819; (1936) 6,218,334; (1937) 5,531,513; (1938) 5,557,845; (1940) 6.980, 117.

The enrollment in New York State in 1939 was-Democrats, 2,251,626; American Laborites, 151,358: Republicans, 1,823, 173.

The 1939 enrollment in N. Y. City was-Democrats, 1,500,870; American Laborites, 136,028; Republs. cans, 327.324.

New York State Governor, U. S. Senator, 1938

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427 1,219 907 893 920 1,046 428 445 684 348 321 1,580 10,900

343 677 748 506 578

658 304

113 128

1,442 10,049

205 465

587

75

686

317

512

550 9,393

45 188 211

Albany
Alleghany
Broome
Cattaraugus
Cayuga
Chatauqua
Chemung
Chenango.
Clinton
Columnbia
Cortland
Delaware
Dutchess
Erle..
Essex
Franklin
Fulton.
Genesee.
Greene.
Hamilton
Herkimer
Jefferson.
Lewis
Livingston
Madison
Monroe
Montgomery
Nassau.
Niagara
Oneida.
Onondaga.
Ontario.
Orange.
Orleans
Oswego
Otsego
Putnam
Rensselaer
Rockland
St. Lawrence
Saratoga.
Schenectady
Schoharie
Schuyler.
Seneca
Steuben.
Suffolk.
Sullivan.
Tioga.
Tompkins
Ulster.
Warren
Washington
Wayne
Westchester
Wyoming
Yates.

71,450

3,281
16,993
7,379
9,436
13,052
10,898
3.242
6,507
5,406
3,584
4,197
17,418
113,661

3,566
5,649
5,220
4,247
4.935

895
7,424
8,323
2,196
4,620
4,062
73,762

8,916 45,097 17,594 30,343 47.696

6,198 16,095 2,992 8,543 5,313 3,447 26,465 10,820

8,006 11,052 18,569 2,766 1,708 3,516 10,157 22.249 7,348 3.126 4,605 13,706 5,213 5,611 4,820 75,956 3,213 1,503

53,887
12,437
34,775
18,520
18,721
28,025
18,764
11,275
11,718
12,537

9,980
14.084
28,211
162,583
10,480
11,129
13,407
11,638
8,915
1,850
16.746
22,143

7,496 10,781 12,682 108, 601

15,614 107,558 32,402 50,333 80,901 15,603 33.177 9,389 19,646 14,450

5,945 38,582 16.620 22,147 21,370 33,085 6,848 4,322 6,725 22,298 48.761 10,619

7.811
10,248
24,662
11,785
14,368
15,049
138,741

9,013
5,882

388

98 314 213 408 235 324 192 140 156 180 206 253 681 285 204 202

89 123

6 309 432 186

67 219 263 182 779 165 430 672 155 300 107 322 228

76 210 120 579 196 366 84 93 163 158 254 128 125 185 400 304 342 . 284 1,110

94 148

78,419

3,218 17,175

7,783 10,245 14,301 10,981 3,666 7.210 5,901 3,361 4,788 17.948 118,879

3,790 6.187 5,874 4,296 5,867

930 8,864 8,570 2,738 4,542 4,081 70,609 10,705 50.020 17,503 33,411 45,495

6,233 18,822 3,009 8,456 6,331 3,978 30.676 11,991

8,668 11.695 22,238 3,233 1,790 3,639 11,262 24.103 9,177 3.320 4,042 14,455 5.196 6,085 5,115 77,190 3,605 1,704

1.587 2.226 4,317

816

751 687 139 545

607 9,328

726 3,566 1,794 2,315 4,677

919 1,861 652 659 680

382 1,937

883 1,064

697 2,110

303 175 349 1,137 2,383 1,090 232

636 1,264 374 431

514 7,054 343 264

48,839 11,864 31,946 16,758 17.940 25,051 17,893 10,590 10.221 11,170

9.337 12,777 26,752 147,843 10.073

9,888 12,902 11,066 8,245

1,437 14,883 19,833

6,582 10,351 11.932 107,852

13,739 104,010 29,989 44,907 79,483 14.991 31.187

8,821 18,451 13,604

5,533
33,773
14,852
20,485
20,409
30,317
6,048
3,984
6,507
20,958
45,980
8,898
7,360
9,931
22.708
11.354
13.994
14,347
132,929

8,475
5,645

129 338 547 129

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Grand Totals. 1,971,307 419,979 2,302,505 24,387 2,098,919 398,110 2,046,794 11,821

Lehman total, 2,391,286; Dewey total, 2,326,892; Thomas, Soc., 24,890; Orange, Indust. Govt., 3,516. Wagner total, 2,497,026, O'Brian total, 2,058,615; Hahn, Soc., 23,553; Olson, Indust. Govt., 3,851. Vote for U. S. Senator (unexpired term)-Mead, 'Dem., 2,438,904; Corsi, Rep., 2,083,666; Laidler, Soc., 27,161.

VOTE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, 1938
of the proposed Constitutional amendments, 6 won, by votes as follows:
No.
Scope

Yes

No

Blank, etc. 1 Omnibus...

1,521.036
1,301.797

1,908,019 Grade crossing ellm

1.561,846

895,382

2,251,945 Housing

1,686,056

936,279

2,084,994 Labor

1.869.883

940.770

1.915,081 8 Social welfare.

1,902.075

943,296

1,881,600 Transit ...

1,407,056

935, 744

2,349,044 The proposal to lengthen terms of State Senators to 4 years was among those defeated.

The total party enrollment in the state in 1938 (N. Y. City in parenthesis) was as followsDem.. 2,442, 142 (1,676,203); Rep., 1,930,858 (398,700): Amer. Labor, 222,058 (205,789).

Past Vote of New York State 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 387,281; Rep., 1.518,552; Thomas, Soc., 99.854; Cannon,

Grant, Rep., 440,736; O'Conor, Lab. Ref., 1.454. Workers' Party, 7,813; Passonno, Soc. Labor, 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 521,949; Hayes, Rep.,

4,923. 489,207; Cooper, Greenback, 1,987.

1928 (Pres.) Hoover, Rep., 2.193.344; Smith, Dem., 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 534,511: Garfield,

2,089,863; Thomas, Soc., 107,332; Reynolds. Soc. Rep., 555,544; Weaver, Greenback, 12,373.

Lab., 4,211: Foster, Com., 10,876. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 563,154; Blaine,

1930 (Gov.), Roosevelt. Dem., 1.770,342: Tuttle,

Rep., 1.045.341; Carroll, Law Preserv., 190,€66 Rep., 562,005; St. John, Proh., 25,006; Butter, 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 2,534,959; Hoover, Greenback, 17,004.

Rep., 1,937,963; Thomas, Soc., 177.397; Foster, 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 635,965; Harrison, Com., 27,956; Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 10,339.

Rep., 650,338; Fisk, Proh., 30,231; Streeter, U. 1932 (Gov.), Lehman, Dem., 2,659,519; Donovan,

Lab., 626; Cowdrey. U. Lab., Ind. ticket, 2.268. Rep., 1,812,080; Waldman, Soc., 102,959; Vichert, 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 654,900; Harrison, Law Preserv., 83,452.

Rep., 609,459; Weaver, People's, 16,436; Bidwell, 1932 (U. S. Sen.), Wagner, Dem., 2,532.905: Proh., 38,193.

Medalie, Rep., 1,751,186; Solomon, Soc., 143,282; 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), Calvin, Law Preserv., 74,611.

551,513; Palmer, Nat'i (Gold) Dem., 18.972: 1934 (U. S. Sen.), Copeland, Dem., 2,046,377:

McKinley, Rep., 819,838; Levering. Proh., 16,086. Cluett, Rep., 1,363,440; Thomas, Soc., 194,952: 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 678,425; McKinley, Chase, Law Preserv., 16,769. Rep., 822,013;

Woolley, Proh., 22,077; Debs, Soc.. 1934 (Gov.), Lehman, Dem., 2,201,729; Moses, 12.569.

Rep., 1,393,638; Solomon, Soc., 126,580; Varney. 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 683,981; Roosevelt. Law Preserv., 20,449.

Rep., 859,533; Swallow. Proh., 20,787; Debs, 1936 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., and Amer. Lab.. Soc., 36,883

3,293,222; Landon, Rep., 2, 180,670; Thomas, Soc., 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 667,468; Taft, Rep., 86,879; Browder, Com., 35,609

870,070; Chafin, Proh., 22,667; Debs, Soc., 38,451. 1936 (Gov.), Lehman, Dem., 2,708,383; Lehman, 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 655,475, Tait, Rep., Amer. Lab., 263,092-total, 2,970,595; Bleakley.

455,428; Roosevelt, Prog., 390,021; Soc., 63,381. Rep., 2,450,104; Laidler, Soc., 96,233; Minor 1916 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 759,426; Hughes, Rep., Com., 40,406.

869,115; Roosevelt, Prog. 10,172; Hanly. Proh.. 1938 (Gov.), Lehman, Dem., 1,971,307; Lehman, 19,031; Benson, Soc., 45,944.

Amer, Lab., 419,979--- total, 2,391,286; Dewey, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 731,238; Harding. Rep., Rep., 2,302,505; Dewey. Ind. Prog., 24,387-total.

1,871,167; Watkins, Proh., 19,653; Debs, Soc., 2,326,892; Thomas, Soc., 24.890; Orange, In203,201; Christensen, F.-Lab., 18,413.

dustr, Govt., 3,516. 1924 Pres.), Davis, Dem., 950,796; Coolidge, Rep., 1938 (U. S. Sen., full term) Wagner, Dem., 2,098,

1.820,058; La Follette, Prog., 268,510; La Follette, 919; Wagner, Amer. Lab., 398,110-total, 2,497,Soc., 198,783; Johnson, Soc. Lab., 9,928; Foster, 029; O'Brien, Rep. 2.046,794; O'Brien, Ind. Workers, 8,228.

Progr., 11,821-total, 2,058,615; Hahn, Soc., 23,1924 (Gov.), Smith, Dem., 1,627,111; Roosevelt, 553; Olson, Ind., Govt., 3,851.

Electoral Votes, 1789-1820 1789.- Previous to 1804, each elector voted for

cast for a candidate, elected him President. Burr two candidates for President. The one who re- received the votes of four States, which elected ceived the largest number of votes was declared him Vice-President. There were 2 blank votes. President, and the one who received the next 1804.--The Constitution of the United States largest number of votes was declared Vice-Presi. having been amended. the electors at this election dent. The electoral votes for the first President voted for a President and a Vice-President, instead of the United States were: George Washington, of for two candidates for President. For President, 69; John Adams, 01 Massachusetts, 34; John Jay,

Thomas Jefferson, Republican, 162: Charles C. of New York, 9; R. H. Harrison, of Maryland, 6: Pinckney, Federalist, 14. For Vice-President, John Rutledge, of South Carolina, 6; John Han

George Clinton, Republican, 162; Rufus King, of cock,, of Massachusetts, 4; George Clinton, of New New York, Federalist. 14. Jefferson was chosen York, 3; Samuel Huntingdon, of Connecticut, 2; President and Clinton Vice-President. John Milton, of Georgia, 2; James Armstrong, of 1808. -For President, James Madison, of VirGeorgia; Benjamin Lincoln, of Massachusetts, and

ginia, Republican, 122; Charles C. Pinckney, of Edward Teliair, of Georgia, 1 vote each. Vacancies South Carolina, Federalist, 47; George Clinton, of ( votes not cast), 4. George Washington was

New York. Republican, 6. For Vice-President, chosen President and John Adams Vice-President.

George Clinton, Republican, 113; Rufus King, of 1792.-George Washington, Federalist, received New York, Federalist, 47; John Langdon, of New 132 votes: John Adams, Federalist, 77; George Hampshire, 9; James Madison, 3; James Monroe, 3. Clinton, of New York, Republican, 50: Thomas Vacancy, 1. Madison was chosen President and Jefferson, of Virginia, Republican, 4; Aaron Burr, Clinton Vice-President. of New York, Republican, 1 vote. Vacancies, 3. 1812.- For President, James Madison, RepubliGeorge Washington was chosen President and can, 128; De Witt Clinton, of New York, Federalist, John Adams Vice-President.

89. For Vice-President, Elbridge Gerry, of Massa1796.—John Adams, Federalist, 71; Thomas Jef- chusetts, 131; Jared Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania, ferson, Republican. 68 Thomas Pinckney, of Federalist. 86. Vacancy. 1. Madison was chosen South Carolina, Federalist, 59; Aaron Burr, of New President and Gerry Vice-President. York, Republican, 30; Samuel Adams, of Massa- 1816.-For President, James Monroe, of Vir. chusetts, Republican, 15; Oliver Ellsworth, of con- ginia, Republican, 183; Rufus King, of New York. necticut, Independent, 11; George Clinton, of New Federalist, 34; For Vice-President, Daniel D. York, Republican, 7: John Jay of New York, Tompkins, of New York, Republican, 183; John Federalist, 5; James Iredell, of North Carolina, Eager Howard, of Maryland, Federalist, 22; James Federalist. 3; George Washington, of Virginia: Ross of Pennsylvania, 5; John Marshall, of VirJohn Henry, of Maryland, and S. Johnson, of ginia, 4: Robert G. Harper, of Maryland, 3. North Carolina, all Federalists, 2 votes each; Vacancies, 4. Monroe was chosen President and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, of South Carolina. Tompkins Vice-President. Federalist, 1 vote. John Adams was chosen Presi- 1820.-For President, James Monroe, of Virginia, dent and Thomas Jefferson Vice-President.

Republican, 231; John Q. Adams, of Massachusetts, 1800.- Thomas Jefferson, Republican, 73; Aaron Republican, 1. For Vice-President, Daniel D. But, Republican, 73; John Adams, Federalist, 65: Tompkins, Republican, 218; Richard Stockton, of Charles C. Pinckney, Federalist, 64; John Jay. New Jersey. 8; Daniel Rodney, of Delaware, 4; Federalist, 1 vote. There being a tie vote for Jet- Robert G. Harper, of Maryland, and Richard ferson and Burr, the choice devolved upon the Rush, of Pennsylvania, 1 vote each Vacancies, 3. House of Representatives. Jefferson received the James Monroe was chosen President and Daniel D. votes of ten States, which, being the largest vote Tompkins Vice-President.

National Convention Cities Since 1856 Chicago, Ill., 17-Rep., 1860, 1868. 1880, 1884, Cleveland, O., 2-Rep., 1924, 1936. 1888, 1904. 1908, 1912, 1916. 1920, 1932; Dem., 1864, New York City, 2-Dem., 1868, 1924. 1864, 1892, 1896, 1932, 1940.

Kansas City, Mo., 2-Rep., 1928; Dem., 1900. St. Louis, Mo., 5-Rep., 1896; Dem., 1876, 1888, Minneapolis, Minn., 1-Rep., 1892. 1904. 1916

Charleston, S. C., 1-Dem., 1860. Philadelphia, Pa. 5--Rep., 1856, 1872, 1900, 1940; Louisville, Ky., 1-Dem., 1872. Dem., 1936

San Francisco, Calif., 1-Dem., 1920. Cincinnati, O., 3-Rep., 1876; Dem., 1856, 1880. Denver, Col., 1--Dem., 1908. Baltimore, Md., 2-Rep., 1864; Dem., 1912.

Houston, Tex., 1-Dem., 1928.

New York City-President, 1940

NEW YORK COUNTY
Willkiel Roos. Roos.
Willkie Roos. Roos.

Willkie Roos. Roos. A. D. Rep. Dem. Am. L. A.D. Rep. Dem. Am. L. A.D. Rep.

Dem. Am. L. 1. 8,677 12,265 2,457 9 16,273 29,642 4,115 17

2,757 14,931 4,782 2. 10,155 10,824 1,514 10 21,783 13,684 2,444 18 14,048 12,998 3,952 3. 11.215 15,135 2,397 11

13,847 23,432 3,551 19

5,344 20.539 3,056 4

1,299 12,185 2,115 12 17.997 17,361 2,356 20. 9,225 9,537 1,443 5. 8,250 15,004 1,579 13 10,180 15,628 2,475 21 8,822 23,196 3,755 6. 3.930 13,386 3,500 14 17.150 17.357 2,086 122

10,610 22,723 3,463 7 19,848 29,132 3,261 15 29,755 15,072 2,259 23. 29,584 46,434 7,927 8 6,967 14,590 2,842 16 14,764 14,592

2,077

Tot. 292,480 408,747 69,406

BRONX COUNTY 15,314 20,206 2,671 4

6,435 20,689 5,261 7 15,070 22,507 7,802 24,547 69,827 19,043 5 5.117 26,574 11.129 8. 54,393 79,221

18,106 7,539 23,002 5,910 6 69,878 70,987 15,996

Tot... 198,293 333,013 85,918

KINGS COUNTY 1 11,228 10,236 1,512 9

53,298

42,040 6.782 17 10,866 15,726 2,661 2

41.926 98,783 23,299 10 17,595 14,084 1.790 18 23,594 71.674 20,237
7.893 11.662 1,326 11
17,813 22,675 4,124 19

8,218 10,871 1,891 4 6,006 16,544 3,001 12 18,944 19,396 2,945 20 20,702 16.691

1,830 5 12,448 14,938 1,868 13

7,763 10,966 2,111 21 35,605 44.515 9,089 6 5,602 16,972 5,245 5,131 15,045 3,066

19,803 32,203 7,321 12,282 14,294 1,461 15. 6,902 14,101

1,268 23

5,530 16,024 4,838 8,357 9,794 971 16. 37,028 73,680 21,118

Tot... 394,534 1612,914 (129,754

QUEENS COUNTY 31,045 37,362 4,130 3. 56,572 43,531 5,386 5... 47.626 42,958 5,130 2 41,188 40,242 4,662

107,504 73,351 7,438 6. 39,471 21,826 2,008

Tot... |323,406 259,270 28,754

RICHMOND COUNTY 1 19.940 17,250 1,597

18,971 17,880

Tot.

35,130 3,177 SUMMARY OF 1940 VOTE OF NEW YORK CITY Tot. Votes Absentee Repub- Demo- American

ProhiCounty

Recorded Ballots lican cratic Labor Socialist bition New York 779,978 4,222 292,480 408,747 69,406 3,496

378 Bronx.. 634,697 2,163 198,293 333,013 85,918 2,990

304 Kings. 1.167.213 4,137 394,534 612,914 129,754 3,951

460 Queens 619.378 2,324 323,406 259,270 28.754 1,749

153 Richmond

77,935
338 38,911 35,130 3,177

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NEW YORK CITY-PRESIDENT, 1936

NEW YORK COUNTY
Land. Roos.
Roos. Land. Roos.

Roos. Land, Roos. Rep. Am. L. A. D. Dem, Rep. Am. L. A. D. Dem. Rep. Am. L. 3,870 1,905 9 29,834 11,296 2,130 17. 18.382 2,375 1,446 2,978 1,431 10 17,269 14,083 1.745 18. 19,307 6,237 1,558 6,067 1,002 11 26.160 9,959 1,726 19. 20,330 4,610 811

990 2,178 12 22,261 9,559 1,287 20. 12.658 3,559 711 4,485 520 13 18,028

6,943

931 21 25,101 6,591 1,113 2,993 3,463 14. 20,948 8,837 861 22 25.192 7,397 1,435 13,302 1,805 15 17.085 21,494 1.041 23. 50,534 16,852 4,165 2,845 2,653 16. 18,697 6,977 940

Tot...480,277 174,299 36,857 BRONX COUNTY 6,770 1,766 4

20,588 3,525 4,745 7 25,571 5,252 6,845 14,342 12,416 5 25,919 2,971 7,736 8. 82,793 29,009 13,037 3,700 4,233 6. 84,842 27,582 13,664

Tot... 355,103 93,151 64,522 KINGS COUNTY 7,202 889 9 52.979 27.207 6,543 17. 17.275 8,637 1.707 24,287 21,370 10 16,871 10,467 855 18 58,428

15,033 19.294 3,103 548 11 24.622 11,844 2,367 19

12,540 2.588 2.551 3,077 3,866 12 22,311 10,513 1.595 20. 22,166 10,497 1.682 8,312 1,030 13 12,096 2,457 1.562 21 42,086 24,005 5,830 3,379 4,936 14 14,372 1,982 3.763 22 32,189 10,361 8,761 6,139 749 15 15,240 3,709 432 23. 13,986 2,452 5,918 3,402 592 10 72,531 12,179 22,256

Tot... 1619,210 1212,852 119,096 QUEENS COUNTY 12,608 2,355 3 56,233 25,403 3,176 5. 51,584 27,480 3,134 17.169 2,581 4. 80,501 68,454 3,853

28,726 21.683 1,077

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Tot. 303,877 1162,797 16,176

RICHMOND COUNTY
21,786 11.989 1,070 2 22,249 10,863 1,1241

Tot...

44,035 22,852 2,194 Total City (1936) --Roosevelt (combined vote), 2,041,347 (1,802,502 + 238,845); Landon, 665,951; Thomas, Soc., 38.520; Browder, Com., 31,952.

Total City (1932) ---Roosevelt, Dem., 1,455,176; Hoover, Rep., 584,056: Thomas, Soc., 122,565; Foster, Com., 24,214: Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 6.607.

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