POLITICAL NOTES: And the Governors

¶ The name of Alfred Emanuel Smith loomed mightier than ever last week. Not only was he elected Governor of New York for the fourth time by a plurality of some 250,000 votes, not only did he sweep a large part of the Democratic ticket into office with him, but he established himself as the most mentionable personality in his party until the 1928 Presidential nomination is settled. His hold on New York State—more specifically New York City—is partly the glamor of the Fulton Fish Market, the "sidewalks of New York" and the...

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