When all the votes were counted, FDR was the only president to win a fourth term. But his health was on the decline and died shortly after.
In the election of 1940, Franklin Roosevelt became the only president to serve a third term. It was another landslide victory defeating Willkie 449 to 89.
As the depression slowly carried on, people still supported Franklin Roosevelt. He won a landslide victory in the election of 1936 with 523 electoral votes.
In the presidential election of 1932, people needed a change so Franklin D. Roosevelt overwhelmingly received the support of voters with 472 electoral votes
In the presidential election of 1928, Herbert Hoover dominated with 444 electoral votes. His democratic party opponent, Al Smith picked up just 82 in total.
In the election of 1924, Calvin Coolidge remained the 30th president of the United States. He defeated both contending parties with 382 electoral votes.
For the 34th presidential election, women received the right to vote. After the voting, Warren Harding easily won in a landslide with 404 electoral votes.
In the election of 1916, Woodrow Wilson won re-election edging out Charles Hughes. But it was close. While Wilson gained 277 electoral votes, Hughes had 254.
In the election of 1912, Woodrow Wilson surprisingly defeated both Taft and Roosevelt by a wide margin. He became the 28th president with 435 electoral votes.
In the presidential election of 1908, William Howard Taft easily defeated Bryan. Taft became the 27th president winning 321 electoral votes in total.