Election Results: Vice President-Elect

Sure at 9 p. m. that he had been elected Vice President of the U. S., John Nance Garner snapped off his radio in Uvalde, Tex. He had waited only for the New York returns. "Well, it's all over," he said. "There's no use in staying up any longer." He was going fishing next day. At the polls, the Vice President-elect had cast two votes for himself—one for Vice President; one, to be on the safe side, for Congressman from Texas' 15th District. He announced he would cotinue as Speaker of the House until March 4.


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