Kansas City, MO
June 12 to 15, 1928
Nominated: Herbert Hoover of California for President
Nominated: Charles Curtis of Kansas for Vice President
Hoover was the most well known member of the Coolidge administration and was the clear front runner for the nomination. He won most of the primaries and the convention neared he had 400 delegates of the 545 needed to win the nomination. He was selected on the first ballot.