Political Statistics of the States

October 30, 1924

Report Outline
Alabama - 12 Electoral Votes
Arizona - 3 Electoral Votes
Arkansas - 9 Electoral Votes
California - 13 Electoral Votes
Coloeado - S Electoral Votes
Connecticut - 7 Electoral Votes
Delaware - 3 Electoral Votes
Florida - 6 Electoral Votes
Georgia - 14 Electoral Votes
Idaho - 4 Electoral Votes
Illinois - 29 Electoral Votes
Indiana - 15 Electoral Votes
Iowa - 13 Electoral Votes
Kansas - 10 Electoral Votes
Kentucky - 13 Electoral Votes
Louisiana - 10 Electoral Votes
Maine - 6 Electoral Votes
Maryland - 8 Electoral Votes
Massachusetts - 18 Electoral Votes
Michigan - 15 Electoral Votes
Minnesota - 12 Electoral Votes
Mississippi - 10 Electoral Votes
Missouri - 18 Electoral Votes
Montana 4 - Electoral Votes
Nebraska - 8 Electoral Votes
Nevada - 3 Electoral Votes
New Hampshire - 4 Electoral Votes
New Jersey - 14 Electoral Votes
New Mexico - 3 Electoral Votes
New York - 45 Electoral Votes
North Carolina - 12 Electoral Votes
North Dakota 5 Electoral Votes
Ohio - 24 Electoral Votes
Oklahoma - 10 Electoral Votes
Oregon - 5 Electoral Votes
Pennsylvania - 38 Electoral Votes
Rhode Island -5 Electoralvotes
South Carolina - 9 Electoral Votes
South Dakota - 5 Electoral Votes
Tennessee - 12 Electoral Votes
Texas -20 Electoral Votes
Utah - 4 Electoral Votes
Vermont - 4 Electoral Votes
Virginia - 12 Electoral Votes
Washington - 7 Electoral Votes
West Virginia - 8 Electoral Votes
Wisconsin - 13 Electoral Votes
Wyoming - 3 Electoral Votes
Members of Present Congress Not Candidates or Defeated in Primaries
Special Focus

In the national election to be held November 4 there will be eight candidates for President and Vice President, 80 candidates for the Senate and approximately 920 candidates for seats in the House in the Sixty Ninth Congress.

The candidates for the presidency are:

Calvin Coolidge, Republican Frank T. Johns, Socialist Labor
John W. Davis, Democrat William Z. Foster, Workers' Perty
Robert M. LaFollette, Progressive Gilbert 0. Nations, American Party
Herman P. Faris, Prohibition Wm. J. Wallace, Commonwealth Land Party

The candidates for the Senate and the House are shown in the following pages, together with the results of the last elections for the offices they seek. Population statistics given hereafter were taken from the 1920 census, and the results of elections from the reports of the various secretaries of state.

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Aug. 15, 1956  Metropolitan Government
May 25, 1939  Reorganization of City Government
Feb. 24, 1939  Reorganization of County Government
May 23, 1938  Reorganization of State Governments
Oct. 29, 1937  State Control of Local Government
Sep. 01, 1936  Consolidation of Local Governments
Jan. 03, 1933  Reorganization of Local Government
Jun. 02, 1930  Changes in American City Government
Oct. 30, 1924  Political Statistics of the States
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