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1924 United States presidential election in Oklahoma

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1924 United States presidential election in Oklahoma

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John William Davis.jpg
John Calvin Coolidge, Bain bw photo portrait.jpg
Robert M La Follette, Sr.jpg
Nominee John W. Davis Calvin Coolidge Robert M. La Follette
Party Democratic Republican Farmer–Labor
Home state West Virginia Massachusetts Wisconsin
Running mate Charles W. Bryan Charles G. Dawes Burton K. Wheeler
Electoral vote 10 0 0
Popular vote 255,798 226,242 46,375
Percentage 48.41% 42.82% 8.78%

Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma took place on November 4, 1924, as part of the 1924 United States presidential election which was held throughout all contemporary forty-eight states. Voters chose six representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Background and vote

In its early years, Oklahoma was a “Solid South” state whose founding fathers like "Alfalfa Bill" Murray and Charles N. Haskell had disfranchised most of its black population via literacy tests and grandfather clauses,[1] the latter of which would be declared unconstitutional in Guinn v. United States.[2] In 1920 this “Solid South” state, nonetheless, joined the Republican landslide of Warren G. Harding, electing a GOP senator and five congressmen,[3] but in 1922 the Democratic Party returned to their typical ascendancy as the state GOP became bitterly divided.[4]

Also in the running was the Progressive Party nominee, Senator Robert M. La Follette of Wisconsin and his running mate Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, though they ran under the Farmer-Labor Party label in Oklahoma. Despite problems in the state's agricultural sector, La Follette did not have the appeal in Oklahoma he had in more northerly areas of the Plains. Isolationism was weaker in this heavily Southern, Protestant state and Bryan-era pietist Democratic support struck a different cultural vein from La Follette's largely Catholic and Lutheran backers.[5] Unlike the Bryanites, La Follette's base strongly opposed the Ku Klux Klan, which dominated politics in Oklahoma at the time, and was focused on farm cooperatives.

Oklahoma was won by Democratic nominee, Ambassador John W. Davis of West Virginia, over Republican nominee, incumbent President Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts. Davis ran with Governor Charles W. Bryan of Nebraska, while Coolidge ran with former Budget Director Charles G. Dawes of Illinois. Davis won the state by a margin of 5.59 percentage points. This made Oklahoma the only state outside the former Confederacy to vote for him. This is also the last time Oklahoma would vote for a losing Democratic candidate.

Results

1924 United States presidential election in Oklahoma[6]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic John W. Davis 255,798 48.41% 10
Republican Calvin Coolidge 226,242 42.82% 0
Farmer-Labor Party Robert M. La Follette 46,375 8.78% 0
Totals 528,415 100.00% 10

Results by county

County John William Davis
Democratic
John Calvin Coolidge
Republican
Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
Farmer-Labor
Margin Total votes cast[7]
# % # % # % # %
Adair 1,942 43.27% 2,317 51.63% 229 5.10% -375 -8.36% 4,488
Alfalfa 1,558 30.07% 2,967 57.27% 656 12.66% -1,409 -27.20% 5,181
Atoka 2,204 54.30% 1,130 27.84% 725 17.86% 1,074 26.46% 4,059
Beaver 1,195 37.73% 1,565 49.42% 407 12.85% -370 -11.68% 3,167
Beckham 2,496 56.90% 1,357 30.93% 534 12.17% 1,139 25.96% 4,387
Blaine 1,488 32.02% 2,255 48.53% 904 19.45% -767 -16.51% 4,647
Bryan 4,593 64.95% 1,780 25.17% 699 9.88% 2,813 39.78% 7,072
Caddo 4,211 44.19% 4,388 46.04% 931 9.77% -177 -1.86% 9,530
Canadian 3,065 41.44% 3,070 41.50% 1,262 17.06% -5 -0.07% 7,397
Carter 7,134 65.68% 3,164 29.13% 564 5.19% 3,970 36.55% 10,862
Cherokee 2,454 46.65% 2,622 49.84% 185 3.52% -168 -3.19% 5,261
Choctaw 2,528 47.90% 2,013 38.14% 737 13.96% 515 9.76% 5,278
Cimarron 672 47.26% 586 41.21% 164 11.53% 86 6.05% 1,422
Cleveland 2,841 56.73% 1,672 33.39% 495 9.88% 1,169 23.34% 5,008
Coal 1,772 55.74% 800 25.17% 607 19.09% 972 30.58% 3,179
Comanche 3,523 47.30% 3,084 41.41% 841 11.29% 439 5.89% 7,448
Cotton 1,825 49.26% 1,581 42.67% 299 8.07% 244 6.59% 3,705
Craig 3,096 53.51% 2,519 43.54% 171 2.96% 577 9.97% 5,786
Creek 7,969 44.99% 8,894 50.21% 851 4.80% -925 -5.22% 17,714
Custer 2,473 43.93% 2,409 42.80% 747 13.27% 64 1.14% 5,629
Delaware 1,729 48.64% 1,563 43.97% 263 7.40% 166 4.67% 3,555
Dewey 1,126 32.51% 1,539 44.43% 799 23.07% -413 -11.92% 3,464
Ellis 879 28.56% 1,499 48.70% 700 22.74% -620 -20.14% 3,078
Garfield 3,791 28.36% 7,524 56.28% 2,054 15.36% -3,733 -27.92% 13,369
Garvin 4,758 68.63% 1,863 26.87% 312 4.50% 2,895 41.76% 6,933
Grady 5,091 59.29% 2,640 30.75% 855 9.96% 2,451 28.55% 8,586
Grant 1,990 36.77% 2,800 51.74% 622 11.49% -810 -14.97% 5,412
Greer 1,982 70.13% 551 19.50% 293 10.37% 1,431 50.64% 2,826
Harmon 1,049 72.05% 339 23.28% 68 4.67% 710 48.76% 1,456
Harper 824 34.12% 1,226 50.77% 365 15.11% -402 -16.65% 2,415
Haskell 2,480 51.50% 1,935 40.18% 401 8.33% 545 11.32% 4,816
Hughes 3,996 64.45% 1,994 32.16% 210 3.39% 2,002 32.29% 6,200
Jackson 2,342 61.57% 941 24.74% 521 13.70% 1,401 36.83% 3,804
Jefferson 2,441 64.87% 1,108 29.44% 214 5.69% 1,333 35.42% 3,763
Johnston 2,122 57.03% 923 24.81% 676 18.17% 1,199 32.22% 3,721
Kay 6,049 41.87% 7,392 51.16% 1,007 6.97% -1,343 -9.30% 14,448
Kingfisher 1,644 32.27% 2,834 55.62% 617 12.11% -1,190 -23.36% 5,095
Kiowa 2,635 54.29% 1,688 34.78% 531 10.94% 947 19.51% 4,854
Latimer 1,457 53.92% 971 35.94% 274 10.14% 486 17.99% 2,702
Le Flore 4,069 49.34% 3,326 40.33% 852 10.33% 743 9.01% 8,247
Lincoln 3,283 39.83% 4,220 51.20% 739 8.97% -937 -11.37% 8,242
Logan 2,366 31.29% 4,445 58.78% 751 9.93% -2,079 -27.49% 7,562
Love 1,713 62.79% 479 17.56% 536 19.65% 1,177[a] 43.15% 2,728
Major 649 21.32% 1,781 58.51% 614 20.17% -1,132 -37.19% 3,044
Marshall 1,935 57.83% 866 25.88% 545 16.29% 1,069 31.95% 3,346
Mayes 2,246 45.95% 2,317 47.40% 325 6.65% -71 -1.45% 4,888
McClain 2,519 62.80% 1,233 30.74% 259 6.46% 1,286 32.06% 4,011
McCurtain 3,279 63.24% 1,669 32.19% 237 4.57% 1,610 31.05% 5,185
McIntosh 2,723 60.58% 1,675 37.26% 97 2.16% 1,048 23.31% 4,495
Murray 2,083 69.09% 784 26.00% 148 4.91% 1,299 43.08% 3,015
Muskogee 6,895 50.34% 6,158 44.96% 644 4.70% 737 5.38% 13,697
Noble 1,927 36.77% 2,680 51.15% 633 12.08% -753 -14.37% 5,240
Nowata 2,049 45.54% 2,296 51.03% 154 3.42% -247 -5.49% 4,499
Okfuskee 2,654 61.03% 1,431 32.90% 264 6.07% 1,223 28.12% 4,349
Oklahoma 21,708 50.38% 17,504 40.63% 3,873 8.99% 4,204 9.76% 43,085
Okmulgee 5,927 46.17% 6,015 46.85% 896 6.98% -88 -0.69% 12,838
Osage 7,070 49.78% 6,363 44.80% 769 5.41% 707 4.98% 14,202
Ottawa 4,522 43.58% 5,197 50.08% 658 6.34% -675 -6.50% 10,377
Pawnee 2,376 39.46% 3,093 51.37% 552 9.17% -717 -11.91% 6,021
Payne 4,342 43.71% 4,817 48.49% 774 7.79% -475 -4.78% 9,933
Pittsburg 6,062 56.31% 3,554 33.01% 1,149 10.67% 2,508 23.30% 10,765
Pontotoc 4,268 64.47% 1,859 28.08% 493 7.45% 2,409 36.39% 6,620
Pottawatomie 5,072 48.73% 4,040 38.81% 1,297 12.46% 1,032 9.91% 10,409
Pushmataha 1,647 54.79% 1,084 36.06% 275 9.15% 563 18.73% 3,006
Roger Mills 1,318 47.36% 946 33.99% 519 18.65% 372 13.37% 2,783
Rogers 2,901 54.28% 2,207 41.29% 237 4.43% 694 12.98% 5,345
Seminole 3,007 51.77% 2,326 40.05% 475 8.18% 681 11.73% 5,808
Sequoyah 3,429 53.80% 2,875 45.11% 70 1.10% 554 8.69% 6,374
Stephens 4,745 62.98% 2,377 31.55% 412 5.47% 2,368 31.43% 7,534
Texas 1,812 45.73% 1,745 44.04% 405 10.22% 67 1.69% 3,962
Tillman 2,653 63.73% 1,326 31.85% 184 4.42% 1,327 31.88% 4,163
Tulsa 14,377 40.87% 19,537 55.54% 1,265 3.60% -5,160 -14.67% 35,179
Wagoner 1,985 50.86% 1,646 42.17% 272 6.97% 339 8.69% 3,903
Washington 3,487 42.01% 4,579 55.17% 234 2.82% -1,092 -13.16% 8,300
Washita 2,325 57.35% 1,357 33.47% 372 9.18% 968 23.88% 4,054
Woods 1,533 30.73% 2,615 52.43% 840 16.84% -1,082 -21.69% 4,988
Woodward 1,418 35.34% 1,831 45.64% 763 19.02% -413 -10.29% 4,012
Totals 255,798 48.45% 225,756 42.76% 46,372 8.78% 30,042 5.69% 527,926

Notes

  1. ^ In this county where Coolidge ran third behind both Davis and La Follette, margin given is Davis vote minus La Follette vote and percentage margin Davis percentage minus La Follette percentage.

References

  1. ^ Ewing, Cortez Arthur Milton; An Introduction to the Government of Oklahoma (1939), p. 72. Published by Americanism Committee, American Legion, Department of Oklahoma
  2. ^ Fairclough, Adam; Better Day Coming: Blacks and Equality, 1890-2000, p. 82 ISBN 0142001295
  3. ^ Debo, Angie; And Still the Waters Run: The Betrayal of the Five Civilized Tribes, pp. 318-319 ISBN 9780691005782
  4. ^ Debo, And Still the Waters Run, p. 322
  5. ^ Phillips, Kevin P.; The Emerging Republican Majority, pp. 420, 424 ISBN 9780691163246
  6. ^ "1924 Presidential General Election Results – Oklahoma". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 8 April 2020.
  7. ^ Scammon, Richard M. America at the Polls: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics, 1920-1964, pp. 357-358 ISBN 0405077114
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