To install click the Add extension button. That's it.

The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. You could also do it yourself at any point in time.

4,5
Kelly Slayton
Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!
Alexander Grigorievskiy
I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like.
Live Statistics
English Articles
Improved in 24 Hours
Added in 24 Hours
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
.
Leo
Newton
Brights
Milds

1928 United States presidential election in Colorado

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1928 United States presidential election in Colorado

← 1924 November 6, 1928 1932 →
  Herbert Hoover - NARA - 532049.tif
AlfredSmith.png
Nominee Herbert Hoover Al Smith
Party Republican Democratic
Home state California New York
Running mate Charles Curtis Joseph T. Robinson
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 253,872 133,131
Percentage 64.72% 33.94%

President before election

Calvin Coolidge
Republican

Elected President

Herbert Hoover
Republican

The 1928 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 6, 1928, as part of the 1928 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.

Although Colorado had been strongly Democratic-leaning between 1896 and 1916, the nomination of Catholic New York Governor Smith was very poorly received in the eastern part of the state, part of the High Plains Methodist “Bible Belt”. The state had been all but ruled by the Ku Klux Klan for a number of years early in the decade,[1] and the strong anti-Catholic sentiment remained outside the heavily Mexican-American south-central part of the state.[2] Although Smith did make large gains in the Mexican-American counties, Hoover gained greatly over Calvin Coolidge in 1924 by up to 30 percent in the heavily populated Front Range counties and Colorado consequently became the seventh most Republican states in the nation, voting 14 percentage points more Republican than the nation at-large.

Full results

Presidential Candidate Running Mate Party Electoral Vote (EV) Popular Vote (PV)
Herbert Hoover of California Charles Curtis Republican 6[3] 253,872 64.72%
Alfred E. Smith Joseph T. Robinson Democratic 0 156,319 33.94%
Norman Thomas James Maurer Socialist 0 3,472 0.89%
Frank E. Webb Will Vereen Farmer-Labor 0 1,092 0.28%
William Z. Foster Benjamin Gitlow Workers Communist 0 675 0.17%

Results by county

County Herbert Clark Hoover[4]
Republican
Alfred Emmanuel Smith[4]
Democratic
Norman Mattoon Thomas[4]
Socialist
Frank E. Webb[4]
Farmer-Labor
William Z. Foster[4]
Communist
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Baca 78.48% 2,108 19.51% 524 1.56% 42 0.30% 8 0.15% 4 58.97% 1,584
Morgan 76.10% 4,197 22.52% 1,242 1.03% 57 0.18% 10 0.16% 9 53.58% 2,955
El Paso 75.28% 16,243 23.49% 5,069 1.05% 227 0.13% 29 0.05% 10 51.78% 11,174
Otero 74.88% 5,788 24.27% 1,876 0.52% 40 0.25% 19 0.09% 7 50.61% 3,912
Logan 71.92% 4,377 26.62% 1,620 0.72% 44 0.58% 35 0.16% 10 45.30% 2,757
Bent 72.13% 1,957 27.31% 741 0.29% 8 0.18% 5 0.07% 2 44.82% 1,216
Prowers 71.50% 3,228 26.93% 1,216 0.84% 38 0.55% 25 0.18% 8 44.56% 2,012
Elbert 71.38% 1,933 27.25% 738 0.89% 24 0.41% 11 0.07% 2 44.13% 1,195
Larimer 70.94% 8,213 27.66% 3,203 0.86% 100 0.40% 46 0.14% 16 43.27% 5,010
Washington 69.99% 2,132 27.94% 851 1.25% 38 0.66% 20 0.16% 5 42.06% 1,281
Arapahoe 70.29% 6,086 28.44% 2,463 0.80% 69 0.38% 33 0.09% 8 41.84% 3,623
Yuma 69.07% 3,401 28.09% 1,383 1.87% 92 0.81% 40 0.16% 8 40.98% 2,018
Weld 69.58% 13,719 29.22% 5,762 0.62% 123 0.44% 87 0.13% 26 40.36% 7,957
Lincoln 69.11% 2,110 29.09% 888 0.85% 26 0.92% 28 0.03% 1 40.03% 1,222
Jefferson 69.09% 6,754 29.46% 2,880 0.99% 97 0.32% 31 0.13% 13 39.63% 3,874
Fremont 68.79% 5,365 30.16% 2,352 0.83% 65 0.17% 13 0.05% 4 38.63% 3,013
Kiowa 67.59% 1,024 30.23% 458 1.12% 17 0.99% 15 0.07% 1 37.36% 566
Delta 67.32% 3,731 30.17% 1,672 1.61% 89 0.72% 40 0.18% 10 37.15% 2,059
Montrose 67.27% 2,873 30.37% 1,297 1.50% 64 0.73% 31 0.14% 6 36.90% 1,576
Kit Carson 67.37% 2,486 30.81% 1,137 1.03% 38 0.70% 26 0.08% 3 36.56% 1,349
Boulder 67.48% 9,457 31.13% 4,363 0.92% 129 0.28% 39 0.19% 27 36.35% 5,094
Sedgwick 67.51% 1,247 31.40% 580 0.81% 15 0.22% 4 0.05% 1 36.11% 667
Phillips 65.16% 1,440 31.90% 705 2.49% 55 0.45% 10 0.00% 0 33.26% 735
Mesa 65.76% 6,446 32.88% 3,223 0.92% 90 0.36% 35 0.08% 8 32.88% 3,223
Rio Blanco 65.50% 860 32.67% 429 1.45% 19 0.15% 2 0.23% 3 32.83% 431
Pueblo 65.65% 15,541 33.29% 7,881 0.74% 174 0.20% 47 0.13% 30 32.36% 7,660
Crowley 65.42% 1,243 33.42% 635 0.63% 12 0.53% 10 0.00% 0 32.00% 608
Moffat 64.56% 1,346 34.05% 710 0.96% 20 0.34% 7 0.10% 2 30.50% 636
Cheyenne 63.85% 945 33.78% 500 1.55% 23 0.81% 12 0.00% 0 30.07% 445
Douglas 64.25% 1,107 35.00% 603 0.58% 10 0.17% 3 0.00% 0 29.25% 504
Rio Grande 64.03% 2,254 34.83% 1,226 0.60% 21 0.37% 13 0.17% 6 29.20% 1,028
Denver 63.40% 73,543 35.55% 41,238 0.63% 736 0.13% 150 0.29% 335 27.85% 32,305
Eagle 63.18% 1,014 35.51% 570 0.75% 12 0.37% 6 0.19% 3 27.66% 444
Adams 63.10% 4,031 35.46% 2,265 0.85% 54 0.49% 31 0.11% 7 27.65% 1,766
Park 62.82% 740 35.57% 419 1.10% 13 0.42% 5 0.08% 1 27.25% 321
Saguache 62.62% 1,491 35.87% 854 1.18% 28 0.17% 4 0.17% 4 26.75% 637
Montezuma 62.37% 1,341 35.91% 772 1.30% 28 0.42% 9 0.00% 0 26.47% 569
Grand 62.15% 770 36.40% 451 1.29% 16 0.08% 1 0.08% 1 25.75% 319
Clear Creek 61.05% 790 37.17% 481 1.55% 20 0.23% 3 0.00% 0 23.88% 309
Jackson 60.21% 401 37.39% 249 1.50% 10 0.45% 3 0.45% 3 22.82% 152
Garfield 60.03% 2,435 38.51% 1,562 0.94% 38 0.42% 17 0.10% 4 21.52% 873
Custer 58.88% 600 38.17% 389 2.45% 25 0.29% 3 0.20% 2 20.71% 211
Chaffee 59.49% 1,880 38.92% 1,230 1.17% 37 0.22% 7 0.19% 6 20.57% 650
La Plata 59.58% 2,837 39.31% 1,872 0.84% 40 0.17% 8 0.10% 5 20.26% 965
Alamosa 58.23% 1,759 41.01% 1,239 0.50% 15 0.23% 7 0.03% 1 17.21% 520
Routt 57.36% 2,304 40.95% 1,645 1.17% 47 0.32% 13 0.20% 8 16.41% 659
Dolores 55.92% 387 40.17% 278 3.18% 22 0.29% 2 0.43% 3 15.75% 109
Archuleta 56.48% 610 41.39% 447 1.57% 17 0.56% 6 0.00% 0 15.09% 163
San Miguel 54.91% 721 42.19% 554 1.29% 17 0.38% 5 1.22% 16 12.72% 167
Gunnison 55.21% 1,456 43.04% 1,135 1.25% 33 0.30% 8 0.19% 5 12.17% 321
Gilpin 55.17% 299 43.54% 236 1.11% 6 0.18% 1 0.00% 0 11.62% 63
Hinsdale 53.78% 128 44.54% 106 1.68% 4 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 9.24% 22
Summit 53.16% 362 44.93% 306 1.76% 12 0.15% 1 0.00% 0 8.22% 56
Teller 52.04% 1,184 45.58% 1,037 1.80% 41 0.31% 7 0.26% 6 6.46% 147
Ouray 51.49% 535 46.10% 479 1.54% 16 0.87% 9 0.00% 0 5.39% 56
Pitkin 50.95% 485 47.69% 454 0.95% 9 0.42% 4 0.00% 0 3.26% 31
Huerfano 49.15% 3,260 50.40% 3,343 0.30% 20 0.09% 6 0.06% 4 -1.25% -83
Conejos 45.24% 1,463 52.32% 1,692 1.76% 57 0.34% 11 0.34% 11 -7.08% -229
Las Animas 44.74% 5,367 53.85% 6,459 1.24% 149 0.10% 12 0.07% 8 -9.10% -1,092
Mineral 41.14% 144 53.43% 187 5.43% 19 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 -12.29% -43
Lake 40.10% 990 58.69% 1,449 0.93% 23 0.04% 1 0.24% 6 -18.59% -459
San Juan 37.13% 277 58.45% 436 3.62% 27 0.40% 3 0.40% 3 -21.31% -159
Costilla 37.33% 657 60.80% 1,070 0.85% 15 0.91% 16 0.11% 2 -23.47% -413

References

  1. ^ Ubbelohde, Carl; Benson, Maxine and Smith Duane A.; A Colorado History, p. 286 ISBN 0871089424
  2. ^ Menendez, Albert J.; The Religious Factor in the 1960 Presidential Election. An Analysis of the Kennedy Victory Over Anti-Catholic Prejudice, p. 175 ISBN 0786460377
  3. ^ "1928 Presidential General Election Results – Colorado". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d e Our Campaigns; CO US President Race, November 06, 1928
This page was last edited on 18 March 2020, at 21:25
Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License. Non-text media are available under their specified licenses. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. WIKI 2 is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.