The U.S. Presidential Election, 1928 was yet another landslide victory for Republicans.
President Coolidge and Vice President Hoover were renominated unopposed.
The Democrat nomination was won by New York Governor Al Smith largely do to the expectation of a Coolidge landslide. Arkansas Senator Joseph Robinson was nominated for Vice President.
Doe largely to Al Smith's catholic faith the campaign was awash for Coolidge and he and the Republicans won in a landslide.
|Candidate||Party||Popular vote||Electoral vote||Running mate|
|J. Calvin Coolidge||Republican||22,497,000 (60.7%)||479||Herbert C. Hoover|
|Alfred E. Smith||Democrat||14,703,000 (38.6%)||52||Joseph T. Robinson|
Republicans won over 65 seats in the Senate and 329 seats in the House.