Edgar V. Moorman
Edgar Moorman was an Illinois businessman. He and his 1940 running-mate, Roger Babson, were especially influential in moving the philosophical basis of the Prohibition Party from pragmatic Christian Progressivism to hard-right doctrinal Christian fundamentalism.
-- Ga,mmon, 2007, pp. 128-129
The 1944 candidates, Roger Babson (left) and Edgar Mooreman (right).
The 1940 candidates, Roger Babson (left) and Edgar Mooreman (right). Edgar V. Mooreman was the owner of Moorman Manufacturing Company in Quincy IL, a producer of livestock feed. In 1940 he was the Party's Vice Presidential candidate alongside Roger Babson. They received 59,492 votes.