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There were 4 political elections in 1936:

Canada (Quebec) - Maurice Duplessis, Union Nationale, elected.

Spain - Manuel Azaña, Popular Front (coalition), elected.

Sweden - Per Albin Hansson, Social Democrats, elected.

US - Franklin Roosevelt, Democrat, elected.

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1928 U.S. Presidential Election Results:

  • 531 votes (100.0%) - total
  • 266 votes (50.1%) - minimum required to win
  • 444 votes (83.6%) - Republican U.S. Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover of California
  • 87 votes (16.4%) - Democratic Governor Al Smith of New York


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1932 U.S. Presidential Election Results:

  • 266 votes (50.1%) -- minimum needed to win
  • 472 votes (88.9%) -- Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY)
  • 59 votes (11.1%) -- U.S. Pres. Herbert Hoover (R-CA)
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1936 U.S. Presidential Election Results:

  • 531 votes (100%) - total
  • 266 votes (50.1%) - minimum required to win
  • 523 votes (98.5%) - President Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York (Democrat)
  • 8 votes (1.5%) - Governor Alf Landon of Kansas (Republican)


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That FDR was going to be the president for another term.

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roosevelt won a landslide victory!

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