|1932 presidential election|
|Date(s)||June 14–16, 1932|
|Presidential nominee||Herbert C. Hoover of California|
|Vice presidential nominee||Charles Curtis of Kansas|
|Results (president)||Herbert Hoover (CA): 1126.5 (98.5%)|
John J. Blaine: 13
Calvin Coolidge: 4.5
Joseph Irwin France: 4
James W. Wadsworth: 1
The 1932 Republican National Convention was held at Chicago Stadium in Chicago, Illinois, from June 14 to June 16, 1932. It nominated President Herbert Hoover and Vice President Charles Curtis for reelection.
Hoover was virtually unopposed for the nomination. Despite the ongoing situation facing the Republican Party, the convention praised Hoover and pledged itself to maintain a balanced budget.
Hoover's managers at the Republican National Convention ran a tight ship by not allowing expressions of concern for the direction of the nation. Hoover was nominated on the first ballot, with 98% of the delegate vote.
|Presidential Ballot, RNC 1932|
|Sen. John J. Blaine||13|
|Former Pres. Calvin Coolidge||4.5|
|Former Sen. Joseph Irwin France||4|
|Former Vice Pres. Charles G. Dawes||1|
|Former Sen. James Wolcott Wadsworth, Jr.||1|