DEMOCRATS: Votes Oct. 1, 1928

Additions to the Smith movement included:

Rodolphe Louis Agassiz, Massachusetts Republican, board chairman of Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Co. Reason: the Anti-Saloon League.

The Iowa Farmers' Union, in convention at Des Moines, by a resolution passed immediately after an hour-and-a-half Hooverizing address by U. S. Senator Smith Wildman Brookhart.

The United Association of Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters (membership 125,000), by resolution in a quadrennial convention at Atlantic City.

Dr. Edwin A. Alderman, president of the University of Virginia. Reason: "the spirit of liberalism, instead of cautious stand-pattism."


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