Convention Hall Philadelphia, PA
June 19 to 21, 1900
Nominated: William McKinley of Ohio for President
Nominated: Theodore Roosevelt of New York for Vice President
Going into the convention there was no question that McKinley would be renominated, the only question was who would be Vice President since Vice President Hobart had died while in office. In fact there was no question since the New York governor and war hero Theodore Roosevelt was the clear choice of the convention.