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President Harry S. Truman, 1945

Electoral history of Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States, 34th Vice President of the United States and United States Senator from Missouri

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United States Senate races, 1934-1940

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Missouri, 1934[1]:

Missouri United States Senate election, 1934[2]:

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Missouri, 1940[3]:

Missouri United States Senate election, 1940[4]:

  • Harry S. Truman (D) (inc.) - 930,775 (51.17%)
  • Manvel H. Davis (R) - 886,376 (48.73%)
  • W. F. Rinck (Socialist) - 1,669 (0.09%)
  • Theodore Baeff (Socialist Labor) - 196 (0.01%)

Vice Presidencial races, 1944

1944 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally)[5]:

1st ballot:

2nd ballot before shifts:

2nd ballot after shifts:

United States presidential election, 1944:

Presidential races, 1948-1952

1948 Democratic presidential primaries[6]:

1948 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally)[7]:

United States presidential election, 1948:

1952 Democratic New Hampshire primary[8]:

1952 Democratic presidential primaries[9]:

1952 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally)[10]:

Most votes received by candidates for party presidential nomination, up to the point where a nominee was determined. Vote totals are rounded up to the next whole number.

References

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