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Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1932

← "1928 March 8 to May 20, 1932 "1936 →
  ""FDR in 1933.jpg ""JamesHLewis.PNG ""AlfredSmith.png
Candidate "Franklin D. Roosevelt "J. Hamilton Lewis
"Al Smith
Home state "New York "Illinois "New York
Contests won 34 1 4
Popular vote 1,464,607 590,130 415,795
Percentage 49.44% 19.92% 14.04%

  ""John Nance Garner.jpg ""Murray 3820618984 5cb0d9555b o.jpg ""James A. Reed cph.3b20301.jpg
Candidate "John Nance Garner "William H. Murray "James A. Reed
Home state "Texas "Oklahoma "Missouri
Contests won 2 2 1
Popular vote 249,816 226,392 -
Percentage 8.43% 7.64% -

  ""Harry F. Byrd.jpg ""Albert Ritchie, photo portrait head and shoulders.jpg
Candidate "Harry F. Byrd
"Albert Ritchie
Home state "Virginia "Maryland
Contests won 1 1
Popular vote - -
Percentage - -

""1932DemocraticPresidentialPrimaries.svg
Results map by state.

Previous Democratic nominee

"Al Smith

Democratic nominee

"Franklin D. Roosevelt

The 1932 Democratic presidential primaries were the selection process by which voters of the "Democratic Party chose its nominee for "President of the United States in the "1932 U.S. presidential election.[1] "New York Governor "Franklin D. Roosevelt was selected as the nominee through a series of "primary elections and "caucuses culminating in the "1932 Democratic National Convention held from June 27 to July 2, 1932, in "Chicago, "Illinois.

Primaries[edit]

"Franklin
Roosevelt
"Hamilton
Lewis
"Al
Smith
"John
Garner
"William
Murray
Leo J.
Chassee
Gus H.
Howard
Uncommitted Others
March 8 "New Hampshire
(Primary)
100.00%
(15,401)
- - - - - - - -
March 15 "North Dakota
(Primary)
61.91%
(52,000)
- - - 38.10%
(32,000)
- - - -
March 23 "Georgia
(Primary)
90.29%
(51,498)
- - - - - 9.71%
(5,541)
- -
April 5 "Wisconsin
(Primary)
98.57%
(241,742)
- 1.43%
(W) (3,502)
- - - - - -
April 12 "Nebraska
(Primary)
62.99%
(91,393)
- - 18.86%
(27,359)
17.38%
(25,214)
- - - 0.77%
(1,121)
April 13 "Illinois
(Primary)
0.18%
(W) (1,084)
99.76%
(590,130)
0.05%
(W) (266)
0.01%
(W) (35)
- - - - 0.01%
(W) (37)
April 26 "Massachusetts
(Primary)
26.89%
(56,454)
- 73.11%
(153,465)
- - - - - -
"Pennsylvania
(Primary)
56.65%
(133,002)
- 43.11%
(101,227)
- - - - - -
May 3 "Alabama
(Primary)
100.00%
(134,781)
- - - - - - - -
"California
(Primary)
32.47%
(175,008)
- 26.26%
(141,517)
41.27%
(222,385)
- - - - -
"South Dakota
(Primary)
100.00%
(35,370)
- - - - - - - -
May 10 "Ohio
(Primary)
1.71%
(W) (1,999)
- 0.82%
(W) (951)
0.06%
(W) (72)
96.45%
(112,512)
- - - 0.96%
(W) (1,123)
"West Virginia
(Primary)
90.32%
(219,671)
- - - 8.15%
(19,826)
1.53%
(3,727)
- - -
May 17 "New Jersey
(Primary)
36.27%
(W) (3,219)
- 58.97%
(W) (5,234)
1.56%
(W) (138)
- - - - 3.20%
(W) (285)
May 20 "Oregon
(Primary)
78.62%
(48,554)
- - - 19.42%
(11,993)
- - - 1.97%
(1,214)
June 7 "Florida
(Primary)
87.71%
(203,372)
- - - 10.72%
(24,847)
1.57%
(3,645)
- - -
Legend:   1st place
(popular vote)
2nd place
(popular vote)
3rd place
(popular vote)
Candidate has Withdrawn
or Ceased Campaigning
(W) - Votes are "Write-In


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Guide to U.S. Elections - Google Books". Books.google.com. 2016-02-19. Retrieved 2016-02-19. 
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