United States governors express their support for Republican Party candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower, days before the 1952 Presidential election in which Eisenhower will face Adlai Stevenson for the Presidency.
In addition, Eisenhower will talk about the upcoming election and going to Korea.
Among the governors expressing support are Earl Warren of California, John Pyle of Arizona, Charles Russell of Nevada,
Edwin Mechem of New Mexico, Douglas McKay of Oregon, Frank A. Barrett of Wyoming, J. Bracken Lee of Utah, and Arthur B. Langlie of Washington State. Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York State speaks on behalf of Eisenhower. Other governors expressing support are Frederick G. Payne of Maine, Theodore McKeldin of Maryland, John Davis Lodge of Connecticut, and Sherman Adams of New Hampshire, who went on to become the White House Chief Of Staff under President Dwight D. Eisenhower.