FDR wins race for New York governor

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FDR wins race for New York governor - MR. ROOSEVELT WINS 'pwpite'.jLjslfght; Ijv late...
MR. ROOSEVELT WINS 'pwpite'.jLjslfght; Ijv late returns from up - state counties, iFranklin'D,;, Roosevelt's, election to .the gov. "eimorship, Indicated Tuesday night, became certainty yesterday. " The victory is to be classed as the greatest 'ieWevement in Mr. Roosevelt's - .political career, and the personal tribute cwhich was I paid to him is not to bo discounted on the ft'i.'. ..":.. .'. - :U' .111. 41... UA .net mat ma margin TB,nauuei .iuu u.i i Generally been expected. With Albert - Ot - 1 ctinWr'as his opponent, he was facing one ot ;,lhe' ablest and most popular of Republicans, jund there can bo no doubt that no otner uem - :. cracouia mtb camcu wo btou u"" i. Uni. iiwimntflnom. Predictions that Mr, r Roosevelt would sweep tbo State were predj - f cjated upon an altogether f narteounte esii - rjnaie oi iiepuoiican ruriiKui,, "" "."; that ba ran apparently at least a nnnnrcn 'thousand ahead of Oovernor Smith 1s significant significant of Us popularity, ;. - " Ths, Knirln.Ners Is irlad f o offer Mr. JCooe f.Velt its heartiest congratulations on his vic tory and its bestwishes ror hfs sncosyai a - biny. It opposed. him for the governor? :p, itot from any lack; of admiration for 'him as (mh nr it m citizen, bnt bourne h bad nr pBedimself with political ''fgrpei at ' wW"b? Lftfcin' natoer cannot approve,, because this . E pa per could not be true to its enhvlctiorta and traditions if it failed to nse it InnnMce against those irh have aaociTen tnemseiyes ! .'withj Tamnr.nr. .H". no less than airalnst Twnmany Hall itself. ..... ... "" The campaifn now is enjded and thelec - Priori is over. Mr. Roosevelt has won and rtv aerves the i acclaim tljat coe? to tne victor, fc Ph Twvn1 of Dntchess fJountv: whether they News has only the kindl'i:feelng for bim twell with equal sihoeritv. He ought o mae f good governbr. He has had conlderable Lmerience in, state Kffainr. ,wHv y.rW. i e Je.totnrnto itood acconnt, inoj!awo ffAwi hi mnv triA irinfiiiPHL itwiinir iir itui personally, even thonch ,lt ba opposed Wm ISlitieally, and it joins with hi other well Fimlitii li..i - - i - i iv i - . !. 1ia (irn Tfnrs KWIsnern lu uw ivvym ma, . - - . .".P .".P &lKnv mxv rm jnl.iTt fw h'r on rw MuctiyeNof the highest, type or .service, to me nate. '

Clipped from Poughkeepsie Eagle-News08 Nov 1928, ThuPage 6

Poughkeepsie Eagle-News (Poughkeepsie, New York)08 Nov 1928, ThuPage 6
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