Person in the Democratic Party who also served within the Delaware General Set up, and in the U.S. Home of Associates from 1937 to 1939. He worked well as a realtor, telegrapher, and teach dispatcher for the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1902, before employed in the real property business in 1922. He was elected to convey Senate in 1924, and offered from 1925-1929. He wedded Addie M. Davis in 1905, and collectively that they had three kids: Robert, Franklin and Doris. He was a large supporter of Chief executive Franklin D. Roosevelt and the brand new Deal.