Election day brought the campaign to an abrupt demise.
Candidate Coolidge terminated his inactive campaign by an Election eve radio speech inviting voters to vote— and ceased to be a candidate.
Candidate Dawes made a last stumping tour through the East, hopped back to Missouri, ended with a finale in Indiana—and ceased to be a candidate, having traveled 17,000 miles.
Candidate Davis terminated his contest with a number of speeches in and about Manhattan. Like Coolidge, he made an Election eve radio address—and ceased to be a candidate.
Candidate Bryan ceased to be...