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Parent RaceUS President - R Primaries
OfficePresident
TypeRepublican Primary Election
Filing Deadline 00, 1952 - 12:00pm
Polls Open April 01, 1952 - 12:00am
Polls Close April 01, 1952 - 12:00pm
Term Start January 20, 1953 - 12:00pm
Term End January 20, 1957 - 12:00pm
Turnout 22.61% Total Population
ContributorThomas Walker
Last ModifiedIndyGeorgia April 18, 2012 09:23pm
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LAST GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyDemocratic Won11/02/1948
NameHarry S. Truman Votes647,310 (50.70%)
Term01/20/1949 - 01/20/1953 Margin56,351 (+4.41%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyRepublican Won11/04/1952
NameDwight David Eisenhower Votes979,744 (60.95%)
Term01/20/1953 - 01/20/1957 Margin357,569 (+22.25%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
RaceWI US President 11/04/1952
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Name Sen. Robert A. Taft Gov. Earl Warren University President Harold Edward Stassen Grant A. Ritter Perry J. Stearns  
PartyRepublican Republican Republican Republican Republican  
Website [Website]  
Uncertified Votes315,541 (40.63%) 262,271 (33.77%) 169,679 (21.85%) 26,208 (3.38%) 2,925 (0.38%)  
Margin0 (0.00%) -53,270 (-6.86%) -145,862 (-18.78%) -289,333 (-37.26%) -312,616 (-40.25%)  
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PRG Philip Fox La Follette [L]
R John Bowman Chapple [L]
 

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