With the possible exception of a switch of New Mexico's three votes from Davis to Coolidge this will be the standing of the presidential candidates in the electoral college when final tabulations are in.
In New Mexico, where the counting always is slow, the Democrats waged a strong fight against "Fall Rule" and the stigma imposed upon the former Secretary of the Interior by the oil scandal was expected on the face of early returns to defeat President Coolidge in the state.
Of the other doubtful commonwealths, Missouri turned definitely into the Coolidge column today after wavering throughout the night; and in Montana, where Senator LaFollette was a strong bid for the electoral votes, the day's tabulations showed steadily increasing margins for President Coolidge.
With the Presidency settled, chief interest centered in the complexion of the next Congress. The House assuredly safely in Coolidge's hands with material Republican gains, three of them in Davis' home state of West Virginia.
The Senate, however, is still in doubt.