Warren G. Harding

by Ryan Marcolini

Warren G. Harding



  • Born on November 2, 1865. Warren Gamaliel Harding was the 29th President of the United States. He was a republican from who served in the Ohio Senate and then in the United States Senate where he protected alcohol interests and supported women's suffrage. Harding Died in August 2, 1923.

  • The Election of November 2, 1920

    Warren won the election

    Most vote Percentage

    Harding's 26.2 percentage-point victory (60.3% to 34.1%) remains the largest popular vote percentage margin since 1820.



    What did he do?

    Signed the first federal child welfare program and dealt with mining and railroad workers in the 1921 Blair Mountain miner war and Great Railroad Strike of 1922.


    Advocated anti-lynching bill to curb violence against African-Americans. It failed to pass Congress.


    Established the Veterans Bureau to handle veterans medical and job needs. He also Made the Bureau of the Budget to prepare the US federal budget.