Warren G. Harding
A meaningful milestone, the 29th election in which Warren G. Harding was elected was the first in which women were able to vote. Warren Harding started his career in the newspaper industry, owning the Marion Star newspaper in Ohio. He left his rural hometown in Ohio when he entered the world of politics as soon as it was required for the role. Throughout his time in the role (1921-1923), Harding formally ended World War I by declaring the US at peace with Hungary, Germany, and Austria. Also having promoted a “return to normalcy”, he attempted to improve the economy in various ways. With his cabinet suffering many scandals, Harding unfortunately died of a heart attack during his time in office just as they were becoming more public.