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1924 United States presidential election in Ohio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1924 United States presidential election in Ohio

← 1920 November 4, 1924 1928 →
 
John Calvin Coolidge, Bain bw photo portrait.jpg
John William Davis.jpg
Robert M La Follette, Sr.jpg
Nominee Calvin Coolidge John W. Davis Robert La Follette
Party Republican Democratic Progressive
Home state Massachusetts West Virginia Wisconsin
Running mate Charles G. Dawes Charles W. Bryan Burton K. Wheeler
Electoral vote 24 0 0
Popular vote 1,176,130 477,888 357,948
Percentage 58.33% 23.70% 17.75%

Ohio Presidential Election Results 1924.svg
County Results

President before election

Calvin Coolidge
Republican

Elected President

Calvin Coolidge
Republican

The 1924 United States presidential election in Ohio was held on November 4, 1924 as part of the 1924 United States presidential election. State voters chose twenty-four electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Ohio was won decisively by the Republican Party candidate, incumbent President Calvin Coolidge with 58.33 percent of the popular vote. The Democratic Party candidate, John W. Davis, garnered only 23.70 percent of the popular vote.[1]

The 1920s were a fiercely Republican decade in American politics, and Ohio in that era was a fiercely Republican state in presidential elections. The economic boom and social good feelings of the Roaring Twenties under popular Republican leadership virtually guaranteed Calvin Coolidge an easy win in the state against the conservative Southern Democrat John Davis, who had little appeal in Northern states like Ohio where his reticence on the Ku Klux Klan was opposed by large Catholic populations.[2] Ohio had possessed a very powerful Ku Klux Klan organisation which had swept the state’s elected offices in the previous year,[3] but had a sufficiently large Catholic population that its delegates demanded an anti-KKK plank.[4] Davis was also handicapped by a complete lack of support from local Democrats in the interests of state offices,[5] despite efforts to campaign in the state in October.[6]

Coolidge won a strong majority statewide even with the Republican vote being split by the strong third party candidacy of Robert La Follette, a Republican Senator who ran as the Progressive Party candidate and peeled away the votes of many progressive Republicans. Owing to Ohio being the most German of the states immediately north of the boundary with antebellum slave states,[7] the Buckeye state was La Follette’s best east of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, although his vote share was only one percent above his national figure. Nonetheless, La Follette easily outpolled Davis in the major urban areas of northern Ohio, and indeed carried many urban precincts in populous Cuyahoga County.

Results

1924 United States presidential election in Ohio
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Calvin Coolidge 1,176,130 58.33% 24
Democratic John W. Davis 477,888 23.70% 0
Progressive Robert M. La Follette Sr. 357,948 17.75% 0
Socialist Labor Frank Johns 3,025 0.15% 0
Commonwealth Land William J. Wallace 1,246 0.06% 0
Totals 2,016,237 100.0% 24

Results by county

County John Calvin Coolidge
Republican
John William Davis
Democratic
Robert M. La Follette, Sr.[8]
Progressive
Frank Tetes Johns[9]
Socialist Labor
William J. Wallace[9]
Commonwealth Land
Margin Total votes cast[10]
# % # % # % # % # % # %
Adams 4,315 52.46% 3,762 45.73% 149 1.81% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 553 6.72% 8,226
Allen 15,711 61.76% 7,378 29.00% 2,283 8.98% 59 0.23% 6 0.02% 8,333 32.76% 25,437
Ashland 5,777 52.68% 4,377 39.91% 802 7.31% 7 0.06% 3 0.03% 1,400 12.77% 10,966
Ashtabula 14,767 69.21% 2,135 10.01% 4,370 20.48% 43 0.20% 22 0.10% 10,397[a] 48.73% 21,337
Athens 8,695 58.19% 2,669 17.86% 3,501 23.43% 47 0.31% 31 0.21% 5,194[a] 34.76% 14,943
Auglaize 5,507 51.86% 3,952 37.22% 1,143 10.76% 9 0.08% 7 0.07% 1,555 14.64% 10,618
Belmont 16,378 54.53% 8,074 26.88% 5,386 17.93% 155 0.52% 42 0.14% 8,304 27.65% 30,035
Brown 3,616 43.05% 4,120 49.05% 660 7.86% 1 0.01% 2 0.02% -504 -6.00% 8,399
Butler 19,349 56.25% 11,612 33.76% 3,339 9.71% 84 0.24% 14 0.04% 7,737 22.49% 34,398
Carroll 4,369 70.78% 1,430 23.17% 364 5.90% 7 0.11% 3 0.05% 2,939 47.61% 6,173
Champaign 6,181 60.33% 3,575 34.90% 478 4.67% 10 0.10% 1 0.01% 2,606 25.44% 10,245
Clark 20,340 66.44% 8,415 27.49% 1,816 5.93% 27 0.09% 17 0.06% 11,925 38.95% 30,615
Clermont 6,867 55.18% 4,544 36.51% 1,019 8.19% 10 0.08% 5 0.04% 2,323 18.67% 12,445
Clinton 5,954 67.08% 2,496 28.12% 421 4.74% 3 0.03% 2 0.02% 3,458 38.96% 8,876
Columbiana 20,483 69.97% 4,685 16.01% 4,036 13.79% 47 0.16% 21 0.07% 15,798 53.97% 29,272
Coshocton 5,837 49.77% 4,415 37.64% 1,456 12.41% 11 0.09% 10 0.09% 1,422 12.12% 11,729
Crawford 5,896 40.83% 4,384 30.36% 4,140 28.67% 14 0.10% 6 0.04% 1,512 10.47% 14,440
Cuyahoga 130,169 49.29% 24,000 9.09% 109,287 41.39% 392 0.15% 218 0.08% 20,882[a] 7.91% 264,066
Darke 9,166 52.92% 7,316 42.24% 811 4.68% 22 0.13% 6 0.03% 1,850 10.68% 17,321
Defiance 4,841 52.55% 3,227 35.03% 1,134 12.31% 6 0.07% 5 0.05% 1,614 17.52% 9,213
Delaware 6,731 60.41% 3,537 31.74% 866 7.77% 5 0.04% 3 0.03% 3,194 28.67% 11,142
Erie 7,689 54.34% 2,968 20.97% 3,462 24.46% 24 0.17% 8 0.06% 4,227[a] 29.87% 14,151
Fairfield 8,281 53.80% 5,890 38.26% 1,200 7.80% 16 0.10% 6 0.04% 2,391 15.53% 15,393
Fayette 4,542 60.27% 2,696 35.77% 293 3.89% 5 0.07% 0 0.00% 1,846 24.50% 7,536
Franklin 61,891 57.68% 26,505 24.70% 18,743 17.47% 116 0.11% 40 0.04% 35,386 32.98% 107,295
Fulton 4,951 69.56% 1,333 18.73% 832 11.69% 1 0.01% 1 0.01% 3,618 50.83% 7,118
Gallia 4,325 61.21% 2,284 32.32% 453 6.41% 3 0.04% 1 0.01% 2,041 28.88% 7,066
Geauga 3,375 72.39% 635 13.62% 642 13.77% 6 0.13% 4 0.09% 2,733[a] 58.62% 4,662
Greene 8,410 72.98% 2,471 21.44% 628 5.45% 13 0.11% 1 0.01% 5,939 51.54% 11,523
Guernsey 8,997 59.56% 3,604 23.86% 2,455 16.25% 28 0.19% 22 0.15% 5,393 35.70% 15,106
Hamilton 115,950 60.70% 34,916 18.28% 39,768 20.82% 264 0.14% 131 0.07% 76,182[a] 39.88% 191,029
Hancock 9,167 57.03% 5,111 31.80% 1,764 10.97% 23 0.14% 9 0.06% 4,056 25.23% 16,074
Hardin 7,112 53.66% 5,523 41.67% 613 4.63% 3 0.02% 3 0.02% 1,589 11.99% 13,254
Harrison 4,904 65.97% 1,999 26.89% 520 6.99% 8 0.11% 3 0.04% 2,905 39.08% 7,434
Henry 3,855 45.51% 2,922 34.50% 1,693 19.99% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 933 11.02% 8,470
Highland 6,845 57.16% 4,583 38.27% 535 4.47% 8 0.07% 5 0.04% 2,262 18.89% 11,976
Hocking 4,086 50.46% 2,854 35.24% 1,136 14.03% 17 0.21% 5 0.06% 1,232 15.21% 8,098
Holmes 1,824 38.26% 2,539 53.25% 400 8.39% 4 0.08% 1 0.02% -715 -15.00% 4,768
Huron 8,340 62.12% 2,871 21.39% 2,186 16.28% 19 0.14% 9 0.07% 5,469 40.74% 13,425
Jackson 5,977 61.45% 2,848 29.28% 869 8.93% 27 0.28% 6 0.06% 3,129 32.17% 9,727
Jefferson 14,929 67.97% 3,840 17.48% 3,097 14.10% 75 0.34% 22 0.10% 11,089 50.49% 21,963
Knox 7,519 57.43% 4,721 36.06% 852 6.51% 0 0.00% 1 0.01% 2,798 21.37% 13,093
Lake 7,727 70.71% 974 8.91% 2,208 20.21% 8 0.07% 10 0.09% 5,519[a] 50.51% 10,927
Lawrence 6,798 63.96% 2,729 25.68% 1,078 10.14% 20 0.19% 3 0.03% 4,069 38.29% 10,628
Licking 13,914 58.49% 7,428 31.23% 2,418 10.16% 14 0.06% 14 0.06% 6,486 27.27% 23,788
Logan 7,186 61.03% 3,176 26.97% 1,393 11.83% 12 0.10% 7 0.06% 4,010 34.06% 11,774
Lorain 17,062 61.43% 3,965 14.28% 6,680 24.05% 42 0.15% 25 0.09% 10,382[a] 37.38% 27,774
Lucas 53,670 55.39% 11,948 12.33% 31,039 32.03% 160 0.17% 85 0.09% 22,631[a] 23.35% 96,902
Madison 4,829 61.97% 2,685 34.46% 278 3.57% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 2,144 27.52% 7,792
Mahoning 37,647 68.12% 9,335 16.89% 8,102 14.66% 127 0.23% 53 0.10% 28,312 51.23% 55,264
Marion 9,161 54.20% 5,234 30.97% 2,475 14.64% 23 0.14% 8 0.05% 3,927 23.24% 16,901
Medina 6,756 67.76% 1,844 18.49% 1,351 13.55% 16 0.16% 4 0.04% 4,912 49.26% 9,971
Meigs 4,864 57.28% 1,944 22.89% 1,648 19.41% 27 0.32% 9 0.11% 2,920 34.39% 8,492
Mercer 4,215 40.40% 5,135 49.21% 1,071 10.26% 9 0.09% 4 0.04% -920 -8.82% 10,434
Miami 11,851 62.70% 5,296 28.02% 1,726 9.13% 13 0.07% 15 0.08% 6,555 34.68% 18,901
Monroe 2,674 40.58% 3,742 56.79% 165 2.50% 6 0.09% 2 0.03% -1,068 -16.21% 6,589
Montgomery 50,845 62.61% 21,860 26.92% 8,312 10.24% 144 0.18% 49 0.06% 28,985 35.69% 81,210
Morgan 3,553 60.94% 2,072 35.54% 199 3.41% 5 0.09% 1 0.02% 1,481 25.40% 5,830
Morrow 3,790 57.39% 2,379 36.02% 435 6.59% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1,411 21.37% 6,604
Muskingum 15,571 65.71% 6,709 28.31% 1,377 5.81% 28 0.12% 12 0.05% 8,862 37.40% 23,697
Noble 4,284 60.78% 2,485 35.26% 272 3.86% 4 0.06% 3 0.04% 1,799 25.52% 7,048
Ottawa 4,137 51.77% 2,571 32.17% 1,274 15.94% 6 0.08% 3 0.04% 1,566 19.60% 7,991
Paulding 3,648 57.79% 2,242 35.52% 414 6.56% 5 0.08% 3 0.05% 1,406 22.28% 6,312
Perry 7,592 58.11% 3,702 28.34% 1,718 13.15% 36 0.28% 17 0.13% 3,890 29.77% 13,065
Pickaway 4,166 46.24% 4,539 50.38% 293 3.25% 5 0.06% 6 0.07% -373 -4.14% 9,009
Pike 2,569 43.87% 3,185 54.39% 100 1.71% 1 0.02% 1 0.02% -616 -10.52% 5,856
Portage 8,583 62.43% 2,994 21.78% 2,131 15.50% 26 0.19% 15 0.11% 5,589 40.65% 13,749
Preble 5,676 56.75% 4,033 40.33% 282 2.82% 7 0.07% 3 0.03% 1,643 16.43% 10,001
Putnam 4,377 41.83% 4,795 45.82% 1,283 12.26% 6 0.06% 4 0.04% -418 -3.99% 10,465
Richland 12,013 55.50% 6,703 30.97% 2,905 13.42% 21 0.10% 3 0.01% 5,310 24.53% 21,645
Ross 8,431 53.86% 6,028 38.51% 1,178 7.53% 12 0.08% 4 0.03% 2,403 15.35% 15,653
Sandusky 9,381 60.88% 4,388 28.48% 1,626 10.55% 11 0.07% 2 0.01% 4,993 32.41% 15,408
Scioto 12,189 62.83% 5,532 28.51% 1,643 8.47% 34 0.18% 3 0.02% 6,657 34.31% 19,401
Seneca 9,641 53.29% 6,290 34.77% 2,119 11.71% 26 0.14% 15 0.08% 3,351 18.52% 18,091
Shelby 4,359 44.41% 4,840 49.31% 606 6.17% 6 0.06% 5 0.05% -481 -4.90% 9,816
Stark 40,858 64.28% 12,544 19.74% 9,960 15.67% 170 0.27% 30 0.05% 28,314 44.55% 63,562
Summit 53,774 65.28% 17,533 21.29% 10,855 13.18% 160 0.19% 49 0.06% 36,241 44.00% 82,371
Trumbull 22,341 74.35% 4,007 13.33% 3,628 12.07% 56 0.19% 17 0.06% 18,334 61.01% 30,049
Tuscarawas 13,573 56.97% 5,566 23.36% 4,602 19.32% 68 0.29% 16 0.07% 8,007 33.61% 23,825
Union 5,256 62.74% 2,571 30.69% 540 6.45% 8 0.10% 3 0.04% 2,685 32.05% 8,378
Van Wert 6,206 53.14% 4,318 36.98% 1,138 9.74% 7 0.06% 9 0.08% 1,888 16.17% 11,678
Vinton 2,244 51.87% 1,838 42.49% 232 5.36% 8 0.18% 4 0.09% 406 9.39% 4,326
Warren 6,729 69.02% 2,406 24.68% 609 6.25% 3 0.03% 2 0.02% 4,323 44.34% 9,749
Washington 8,704 57.12% 5,727 37.58% 780 5.12% 20 0.13% 8 0.05% 2,977 19.54% 15,239
Wayne 8,928 53.80% 6,023 36.30% 1,624 9.79% 14 0.08% 5 0.03% 2,905 17.51% 16,594
Williams 5,802 56.41% 2,795 27.18% 1,671 16.25% 9 0.09% 8 0.08% 3,007 29.24% 10,285
Wood 10,665 65.33% 3,291 20.16% 2,347 14.38% 18 0.11% 4 0.02% 7,374 45.17% 16,325
Wyandot 3,973 50.86% 3,271 41.88% 561 7.18% 5 0.06% 1 0.01% 702 8.99% 7,811
Totals 1,176,130 58.33% 477,888 23.70% 357,948 17.75% 3,025 0.15% 1,246 0.06% 698,242 34.63% 2,016,237

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i In this county where La Follette ran second ahead of Davis, the margin given is that between Coolidge and La Follette

References

  1. ^ Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas; 1924 Presidential General Election Results - Ohio
  2. ^ Faykosh, Joseph D.; ‘A Party in Peril: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Democratic Party, and the Circular Letter of 1924’ (thesis); pp. 148-149
  3. ^ ‘Klan Candidates Swept Ohio Cities: Lost Only in Steubenville, Where an Anti-Ku Klux Organization Started After Riots’; New York Times Special Edition, November 8, 1923, p. 1
  4. ^ ‘Anti-Klan Plank Gets Ohio’s Backing: Delegation Endorses Moore's Draft and Names N.D. Baker to Resolutions Committee’; New York Times, June 24, 1924, p. 2
  5. ^ ‘Sacrifice of Davis Reported in Ohio: Brotherhood's Support of Democratic State Ticket Taken as Indicating Move’; New York Times Special, October 10, 1924, p. 8
  6. ^ ‘Davis Plans Drive in Ohio and Illinois as Chances Improve: He Changes His Itinerary as He Gets Reports of Strong Trend to Him in Middle West’; New Yokr Times Special, October 13, 1924, p. 1
  7. ^ Hough, Jerry F.; Changing Party Coalitions: The Mystery of the Red State-Blue State Alignment, p. 47 ISBN 9780875864075
  8. ^ Géoelections; Popular Vote for Robert LaFollette (.xlsx file for €15)
  9. ^ a b Ohio Secretary of State Election Services; ‘Vote for President, State Officers, ...Polled in the Several Counties of the State of Ohio at the Election Held on the First Tuesday after the First Monday, being the Fourth Day of November, 1924’ pp. 22-23
  10. ^ Robinson, Edgar Eugene; The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, pp. 292-299 ISBN 9780804716963
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