Charles Curtis had been considered as one of the most influential personality who supported women's suffrage, and had passed Native American and farm legislation.
Charles Curtis in his early life worked as a reporter of the North Topeka Times.
When he was only 21 Curtis was admitted to the bar. He gradually started showing his interest in Republican politics and was later elected as Shawnee County Attorney in the year 1884. He again got elected in 1886.
Charles Curtis served as Vice President during the Hoover administration, from 1929-1933. But in 1932 Hoover and Curtis lost the election and therefore Curtis retired from public service after leaving the seat of Vice President. But till his death on 8th February, 1936 he remained quite active in party organizations.
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