Without the hard work that was shown through Roosevelt's campaigning, he wouldn't have been awarded the position of the President of the United States of America. FDR's campaign consisted of expressing his lovable characteristics along with his intriguing ideas. As FDR spoke he would always deliver his words with confidence and charisma. This was one of the strategies that won most of his popularity over Hoover. Hoover lacked in having a personality whereas FDR was always entertaining and showed a caring nature. Although FDR was seen as a lovable man, he was also intelligent and his ideas motivated people to vote for him. The infamous idea made by FDR was the New Deal. He expressed that a vote for FDR would go towards a New Deal for the people. Living in the Great Depression people were desperate for positive change, and FDR was able to give US citizens hope for a better lifestyle. As a part of The New Deal FDR introduced the idea of the three R's: Relief, Recovery, and Reform. Since the Great Depression hit America hard, there had to be a strategy to revive the economy. Roosevelt had a vision that as president he could improve the state of the United States of America with his enforcement of the New Deal and the three R's. All of FDR's hard work was worth it when he won the election of 1932 by a landslide.
~ "Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting."
~ "Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this country."
~ "Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education."
~ "We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon."
~ "Confidence... thrives on honesty, on honor, on the sacredness of obligations, on faithful protection and on unselfish performance. Without them it cannot live."