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Which party was Herbert Hoover affiliated with?

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Herbert Hoover was elected President of the United States as a member of the Republican Party in the 1928 Presidential Election.

Before his run for election in 1928, he had previously been offered the democratic ballot in at least one earlier election and refused.

Furthermore, his career before the great Depression marked him as a "progressive" and a "reformer" among conservatives. This left his political affiliation "suspect" in the eyes of some in both parties, however, he was elected as a Republican.
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