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Campaigning at Case: Presidential Elections, 1892-2008
1904: The Quiet Year

Reflecting the low-key national campaign, the only student political activity documented in the archives is the existence of the Law School’s Republican Club.

The WRU student yearbook featured the Law School's Republican Club.

Ohio Popular Vote
National Popular Vote
Electoral Vote
Theodore Roosevelt (R) 600,095 (59.8%)
Alton Parker (D) 344,674 (34.3%)
Eugene V. Debs (Socialist) 36,260 (3.6%)
Silas C. Swallow (Prohibition) 19,339 (1.9%)
Charles Hunter Corregan (Socialist Labor) 2,635 (.3%)
Thomas Edward Watson (People’s) 1,392 (.1%)
Theodore Roosevelt (R) 7,626,593 (56.41%)
Alton Parker (D) 5,082,898 (37.6%)
Eugene V. Debs (Socialist) 402,489 (2.98%)
Silas C. Swallow (Prohibition) 258,596 (1.91%)
Thomas Edward Watson (People’s) 114,051 (.84%)
Charles Hunter Corregan (Socialist Labor) 33,156 (.25%)
Theodore Roosevelt (R) 336
Alton Parker (D) 140

Information was compiled by staff of the Case Western Reserve University Archives, September 2004.