Carter Glass After Meeting with President Franklin D. Roosevelt
On August 25, 1936, U.S. Senator Carter Glass, of Virginia, smiles after an hour-long meeting at the White House with Democratic president Franklin D. Roosevelt. Glass, a fellow Democrat, was an outspoken critic of Roosevelt's New Deal policies; nonetheless, after meeting with the president the senator announced that he would support Roosevelt's reelection in the November election. He also predicted that Virginia would vote Democratic.