Presidential Administrations, 1933-1953

   FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, 1933-1945
   Presidential Election Results
   Popular Votes Electoral Votes
   1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt 22,809,638 472
   Herbert C. Hoover 15,758,901 59
   1936 Franklin D. Roosevelt 27,752,869 523
   Alfred E. Landon 16,674,665 8
   1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt 27,307,819 449
   Wendell L. Willkie 22,321,018 82
   1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt 25,606,585 432
   Thomas E. Dewey 22,014,745 99
   Vice President
   • John Nance Garner (1933-1941)
   • Henry A. Wallace (1941-1945)
   • Harry S. Truman (1945)
   Secretary of State
   • Cordell Hull (1933-1944)
   • Edward R. Stettinius (1944-1945)
   • Secretary of the Treasury
   • William H. Woodin (1933-1934)
   • Henry Morgenthau Jr. (1934-1945)
   Secretary of War
   • George H. Dern (1933-1936)
   • Harry H. Woodring (1937-1940)
   • Henry L. Stimson (1940-1945)
   Attorney General
   • Homer S. Cummings (1933-1939)
   • Frank Murphy (1939-1940)
   • Robert H. Jackson (1940-1941)
   • Francis B. Biddle (1941-1945)
   Postmaster General
   • James A. Farley (1933-1940)
   • Frank C. Walker (1940-1945)
   Secretary of the Navy
   • Claude A. Swanson (1933-1939)
   • Charles Edison (1940
   • Frank Knox (1940-1944)
   • James V. Forrestal (1944-1945)
   Secretary of the Interior
   • Harold L. Ickes (1933-1945)
   Secretary of Agriculture
   • Henry A. Wallace (1933-1940)
   • Claude R. Wickard (1940-1945)
   Secretary of Commerce
   • Daniel C. Roper (1933-1938)
   • Harry L. Hopkins (1939-1940)
   • Jesse H. Jones (1940-1945)
   • Henry A. Wallace (1945)
   Secretary of Labor
   • Frances Perkins (1933-1945)
   PRESIDENTIAL ADMINISTRATIONS, 1933-1953
   HARRY S. TRUMAN, 1945-1953
   Presidential Election Results
   Popular Votes Electoral Votes
   1948 Harry S. Truman 24,179,345 303
   Thomas E. Dewey 21,991,291 189
   J. Strom Thurmond 1,176,125 39
   Henry A. Wallace 1,157,326 0
   Vice President
   • Alben W. Barkley (1949-1953)
   Secretary of State
   • Edward R. Stettinius Jr. (1945)
   • James F. Byrnes (1945-1947)
   • George C. Marshall (1947-1949)
   • Dean G. Acheson (1949-1953)
   Secretary of the Treasury
   • Henry Morgenthau Jr. (1945)
   • Fred M. Vinson (1945-1946)
   • John W. Snyder (1946-1953)
   Secretary of War
   • Henry L. Stimson (1945)
   • Robert P. Patterson (1945-1947)
   • Kenneth C. Royall (1947)
   Secretary of Defense
   • James V. Forrestal (1947-1949)
   • Louis A. Johnson (1949-1950)
   • George C. Marshall (1950-1951)
   • Robert A. Lovett (1951-1953)
   Attorney General
   • Francis Biddle (1945)
   • Tom C. Clark (1945-1949)
   • J. Howard McGrath (1949-1952)
   • James P. McGranery (1952-1953)
   Postmaster General
   • Frank C. Walker (1945)
   • Robert E. Hannegan (1945-1947)
   • Jesse M. Donaldson (1947-1953)
   Secretary of the Navy
   • James V. Forrestal (1945-1947)
   Secretary of the Interior
   • Harold Ickes (1945-1946)
   • Julius A. Krug (1946-1949)
   • Oscar L. Chapman (1949-1953)
   Secretary of Agriculture
   • Claude R. Wickard (1945)
   • Clinton P. Anderson (1945-1948)
   • Charles F. Brannan (1949-1953)
   Secretary of Commerce
   • Henry A. Wallace (1945-1946)
   • W. Averell Harriman (1946-1948)
   • Charles W. Sawyer (1948-1953)
   Secretary of Labor
   • Frances Perkins (1945)
   • Lewis B. Schwellenbach (1945-1948)
   • Maurice J. Tobin (1948-1953)

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