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Franklin D. On that same day of January 28 Curtis was also chosen by Kansas' state lawmakers for the full senatorial term commencing March 4 of that year and ending March 4 1913. Although they ran again in 1932 the population saw Hoover as failing to alleviate the Great Depression and they were defeated by Franklin D.
Charles Curtis (January 25 1860 – February 8 1936) was a United States Representative a longtime United States Senator from Kansas later chosen as Senate Majority Leader by his Republican colleagues and the 31st Vice President of the United States (1929–1933). His long popularity and connections in Kansas and national politics helped make Curtis a strong leader in the Senate; he marshaled support to be elected as Senate Minority Whip from 1915–1925 and then as Senate Majority Leader from 1925–1929. He was enrolled in the Kaw tribe and his maternal ancestry was three-quarters' Native American: Kaw Osage and Pottawatomie.