The Democratic National Convention in 1924 at Madison Square Garden in New York ran from June 24 to July 9, with a record 103 ballots to nominate a presidential candidate. John W. Davis won the party’s nomination, beating the front-runner, Al Smith.
The Democratic National Convention in 1924 at Madison Square Garden in New York ran from June 24 to July 9, with a record 103 ballots to nominate a presidential candidate. John W. Davis won the party’s nomination, beating the front-runner, Al Smith. The Associated Press
The Democratic National Convention in 1924 at Madison Square Garden in New York ran from June 24 to July 9, with a record 103 ballots to nominate a presidential candidate. John W. Davis won the party’s nomination, beating the front-runner, Al Smith. The Associated Press

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