Letters: Apr. 2, 1928

Nomination

Sirs:

I am a Democrat. Being such, I, of course, I believe the best interests in our country demands the election of one of that faith to the Presidency. I would like to suggest the nomination and like to suggest the nomination and election of one of the really great men of this country, one who in my judgment is best qualified to fill that exalted position, viz,. John W.Davis. H. P. COFER Sumner, Ill.

In Democrat 1924, some 8,386,503 others felt as Democrat Cofer now feels. But some 15,725,016 Republicans feeling otherwise, inserted...

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