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1904 Democratic National Convention

1904 Democratic National Convention
1904 Presidential Election

Nominees
Parker and Davis
City St. Louis, Missouri
Venue St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall
Candidates
Presidential nominee Alton B. Parker of New York
Vice Presidential nominee Henry G. Davis of West Virginia

The 1904 Democratic National Convention was a United States presidential nominating convention that took place during the 1904 World's Fair and the 1904 Summer Olympics in the Coliseum of the St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall in St. Louis, Missouri. The convention nominated Alton B. Parker of New York for President and Henry G. Davis of West Virginia for Vice President. The ticket lost the 1904 presidential election to the Republican Party ticket of Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks.

Contents

  • Presidential Candidates 1
  • Vice Presidential Candidates 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Presidential Candidates

Presidential Ballot
1st Before Shifts 1st After Shifts Unanimous
Alton B. Parker 658 679 1,000
William Randolph Hearst 200 181
Francis Cockrell 42 42
Richard Olney 38 38
Edward C. Wall 27 27
George Gray 12 12
John Sharp Williams 8 8
Robert E. Pattison 4 4
George B. McClellan, Jr. 3 3
Nelson A. Miles 3 3
Charles A. Towne 2 2
Arthur Pue Gorman 2 0
Bird S. Coler 1 1

Vice Presidential Candidates

Vice Presidential Ballot
1st Unanimous
Henry G. Davis 644 1,000
James R. Williams 165
George Turner 100
William A. Harris 58
Blank 33

See also

References

  • Official report of the proceedings of the Democratic national convention held in St. Louis, Mo., July 6, 7, 8, and 9, 1904
Preceded by
1900
Democratic National Conventions Succeeded by
1908
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