Frank Orren Lowden

Frank Orren Lowden (January 26, 1861 – March 20, 1943) was a Republican Party politician from Illinois, who served as the 25th Governor of Illinois and as a United States Representatives from Illinois. He was also a candidate for the Republican presidential nominations in 1920 and 1928.

Read more about Frank Orren Lowden:  Early Life, Political Career, Railroad Career, Legacy

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United States Presidential Election, 1928 - Nominations - Republican Party Nomination - Candidates Gallery
... Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover of Iowa Former Governor Frank Orren Lowden of Illinois Senate Majority Leader Charles Curtis from Kansas With President ... Herbert Hoover, former Illinois Governor Frank Orren Lowden and Senate Majority Leader Charles Curtis ... Dawes might accept a draft in case of a deadlock, but Lowden withdrew just as the convention was about to start, paving the way for a Hoover victory ...
Frank Orren Lowden - Legacy
... The following are named after Lowden Camp Lowden Boy Scout Camp, Lowden State Park and Lowden-Miller State Forest, all near his estate outside Oregon ... Lowden Homes in Chicago and two Lowden Halls, located on the campus of the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago and Northern Illinois University in ...
United States Presidential Election, 1920 - Nominations - Republican Party Nomination
... Leonard Wood of New Hampshire Governor Frank Orren Lowden of Illinois Senator Hiram Johnson of California Governor William Cameron Sproul of Pennsylvania ... deadlocked between Major General Leonard Wood and Governor Frank Orren Lowden of Illinois ... Wood 287.5 289.5 303.0 314.5 299.0 311.5 312.0 299.0 249.0 181.5 156.0 Frank Orren Lowden 211.5 259.5 282.5 289.0 303.0 311.5 311.5 307.0 121.5 28.0 11.0 Hiram Johnson 133.5 146.0 148.0 140.5 133.5 110.0 99.5 87.0 ...

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