Voting in Presidential Elections

Archive Report

Prospect for a Record Voted in 1936 Election

Popular Participation in Presidential Elections, 1892–1932

Approximately 58,500,000 American citizens will be eligible to register and vote in the presidential election of 1936. This election is likely to see a larger proportion of the eligible vote cast than any presidential poll of the last 30 years. In determining the size of the final vote much will depend upon the identity of the Republican candidate to be selected at Cleveland in June; upon the manner ...

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