Women Who Ran for Vice-President of the U.S.

A list of the women who ran for the office of vice-president of the United States throughout history.

Women Who Ran for Vice-President of the U.S.

1892-Mary L. Stowe shared the ticket with Victoria Woodhull.

1924-Marie Caroline Brehm, Calif., ran with Herman P. Faris, Mo., Prohibition party, winning 56,289 votes against Coolidge.

1948-Grace Carlson, Minn., ran with Farrell Dobbs, N.Y., Socialist Workers & Militant Workers parties, winning 13,613 votes against Truman.

1952-Charlotte A. Bass, N.Y., ran with Vincent W. Hallinan, Calif., Progressive & American Labor parties, winning 140,023 votes. Myra Tanner Weiss, N.Y., ran with Farrell Dobbs, N.Y., Socialist Workers & Militant Workers parties, winning 10,306 votes against Eisenhower.

1956-Georgia Cozzini, Wis., ran with Eric Haas, N.Y., Socialist Labor party, winning 44,450 votes. Myra Tanner Weiss, N.Y., ran with Farrell Dobbs, N.Y., Socialist Workers & Militant Workers parties, winning 7,797 votes. Ann Marie Yezo, N.J., ran with Henry B. Krajewski, N.J., American Third party, winning 1,892 votes against Eisenhower.

1960-Georgia Cozzini, Wis., ran with Eric Haas, N.Y., Socialist Labor party, winning 46,478 votes. Myra Tanner Weiss, N.Y., ran with Farrell Dobbs, N.Y., Socialist Workers party, winning 39,541 votes against Kennedy.

1972-Genevieve Gunderson, Minn., ran with Louis Fisher, Ill., Socialist Labor party, winning 53,831 votes against Nixon.

1984-Geraldine Ferraro ran with Walter Mondale for the Democratic Party, winning 37,565,334 votes against Reagan

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