The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 61, July 1957 - April, 1958 Page: 493
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The Democratic Presidential Primary Election of 1924 493
Neff agreed to campaign for the national ticket in other states;
during October, for example, he toured Kentucky.o
Despite the fact that the presidential primary campaign in
Texas has been overshadowed in histories by the far more heated
race for governor, notwithstanding that McAdoo was ultimately
unsuccessful in his bid for the nomination, and in spite of the
national Republican victory at the polls in November, Texas still
played a rather important part in the primary campaigns of both
Underwood and McAdoo and in the final convention choice of
John W. Davis.
cOSan Antonio News, October 21, 1924.
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