Follow Roosevelt’s path to presidency

March, 2017

LONG LAKE - Imagine being so hated by the political bosses in your own state that they actually work to promote you to a "useless" position. Now imagine that position is vice president of the United States.

In 1898, Theodore Roosevelt won the governorship of New York, and was thereafter so despised by the party bosses here that they worked hard to put him on the 1900 presidential ticket with William McKinley.

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