United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1924

United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1924
November 4, 1924

Nominee Calvin Coolidge John W. Davis Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
Party Republican Democratic Progressive
Home state Massachusetts West Virginia Wisconsin
Running mate Charles G. Dawes Charles W. Bryan Burton K. Wheeler
Electoral vote 38 0 0
Popular vote 1,401,481 409,192 307,567
Percentage 65.3% 19.1% 14.3%

County results

President before election

Calvin Coolidge

Elected President

Calvin Coolidge

The 1924 United States presidential election in Pennsylvania took place on November 4, 1924 throughout the continuous 48 states. Voters chose 38 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for President and Vice President.

Pennsylvania overwhelmingly voted for the Republican nominee, President Calvin Coolidge, over the Democratic nominee, former United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom John W. Davis. Coolidge won Pennsylvania by a landslide margin of 46.26%.

Coolidge was credited for the booming economy while the Democratic electorate was divided between the conservative Davis and the liberal third party candidate Robert La Follette who ran as a Progressive. This was the first presidential election in which all American Indians were citizens and thus allowed to vote.


United States presidential [1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Calvin Coolidge 1,401,481 65.34% 38
Democratic John W. Davis 409,192 19.08% 0
Progressive Robert M. La Follette, Sr. 307,567 14.34% 0
American Gilbert Nations 13,035 0.61% 0
Prohibition Herman Faris 9,779 0.46% 0
Communist William Foster 2,735 0.13% 0
Socialist Labor Frank Johns 634 0.03% 0
Commonwealth Land William Wallace 296 0.01% 0
Write-ins Write-ins 131 0.01% 0


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