THE REPUBLICAN INCUMBENT Calvin Coolidge, the successor to deceased President Warren Harding, won the presidential election of 1924 with 382 electoral votes to his Democratic opponent John W. Davis's 136 electoral votes and Progressive Party candidate Robert LaFollette's 13 electoral ...

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