Warren G. Harding
Harding was born in Marion, Ohio in 1865 and died August 2, 1923. Warren G. Harding died in San Francisco of a heart attack. Harding was a Republican and a young one was deep into Ohio politics. He was known for his vibrant speaking voice, before he was president he was a publisher of a new paper publisher. He married Florence Kling De Wolfe.
As president he protected alcohol interest and supported woman's rights to vote. when he was president Republicans in Congress easily got his signature on their bills. They eliminated wartime, slashed taxes, and established a Federal budget system