His having invited for a meal at the White House was also used against him. The Republican nominee for vice president was Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. Crawford 41 , Henry Clay 37 Vice President John C. Wallace of Iowa for president with Glen Taylor, a senator from , as his running mate. Adams, 7 voting for Jackson and 3 voting for Crawford. Once the multiple-state primaries such as Super Tuesday began, Bush's organizational strength and fund raising lead were impossible for the other candidates to match, and the nomination was his.
But the party easily nominated Roosevelt for a term in his own right and Senator Charles Fairbanks of Indiana for vice president. Florida began a recount, but the U. However, should Blaine and Harrison fail to attain the nomination after a number of ballots, he felt he could be brought forth as a harmony candidate. Cleveland's opposition to Civil War and inflated currency also made enemies among veterans and farmers. They chose New York governor , a fiscal conservative and civil service reformer, for president and Senator Thomas Hendricks of Indiana for vice president.
With Reagan's support, Bush entered the as the front-runner. Palmer of Illinois for president and Simon B. By the time the presidential balloting began, there were only 64 delegates present. Their respective running mates were Speaker of the House Schuyler Colfax of Indiana and Francis P. Ironically, Cleveland saw his popular support decrease not only from his electoral win in , but also from his electoral loss in 1888.
Bayard Party Republican Democratic Home state Ohio Delaware Running mate Levi P. His margin of victory came from newly enfranchised southern freedmen, who supplied him with about 450,000 votes. Hendricks 42 , Charles J. Though there was some possible manipulation in that Tammany Hall, a political machine which Grover Cleveland had stood against, might have been responsible for Cleveland losing New York, in the end the election was considered fair and legal. The emergence of two parties promoted popular interest in the election. Like Dukakis and Bentsen, Kennedy and Johnson were from Massachusetts and Texas respectively.
Grover Cleveland defeated Benjamin Harrison in the by slightly more than ninety thousand votes 0. During the campaign, Federalists attacked Jefferson as an un-Christian deist, tainted by his sympathy for the increasingly bloody. At the time, the policy of was most strongly promoted by the British Empire, and so any political candidate who ran on free trade instantly was under threat of being labelled pro-British and antagonistic to the voting bloc. Neither his victory percentage 53. The commission was supposed to be nonpartisan, but ultimately it consisted of eight Republicans and seven Democrats. Two other politicians mentioned as possible candidates, both from Arkansas, did not join the race: Senator and and future President. The United States presidential election of 1888 was the 26th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 6, 1888.
The Anti-Masons convened the first national presidential nominating convention in Baltimore on September 26, 1831. Dallas was nominated for vice president to appease Van Burenites, and the party backed annexation and settling the boundary dispute with England. Wyoming, having attained statehood two years earlier, became the first state to allow women to vote in a presidential election since. Grover Cleveland does not come across well in this book; while he had a reputation for integrity, he was also unimaginative and had something of a martyr complex. William Crawford of Georgia, the secretary of the treasury, had been the early front-runner, but severe illness hampered his candidacy. Kennedy was the first Catholic and the youngest person to be elected president.
It was held on Tuesday, November 8, 1988. Taylor defeated Cass, 1,360,099 to 1,220,544 in popular votes and 163 to 127 in electoral votes. The Populists supported Bryan but nominated Thomas Watson of Georgia for vice president. The party convention in was marred by bloody clashes between antiwar protesters and the local police. Come election day, Cleveland garnered more than 100,000 more votes than Harrison but ultimately lost the election in the electoral college.
Ross Perot received 19,741,065 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes. Bush was the last candidate to receive an absolute majority of the popular vote until his son 's. But Harrison won 65 more electoral votes than did Cleveland, which was more than enough to win the election for Benjamin Harrison. The duties delegated to him during Reagan's second term mostly because of the President's advanced age, Reagan turning 78 just after he left office gave him an unusually high level of experience for a vice president. He carried the electoral college, 336 to 140, with only the South going Democratic.
For the results of the previous election, see. Incumbent President Cleveland was re-nominated unanimously without a formal ballot. Hendricks of Indiana for vice president. After six days of uncertainty, Federalists in the tied delegations of and Maryland abstained, electing Jefferson, but without giving him open Federalist support. Among the six vice presidential candidates were , Harold Moore, and Wynonia Burke. The repeal of the excise tax on whiskey was especially popular in the West. This method caused some problems in , which was so divided between Federalists who supported the new Constitution and Antifederalists who opposed it that the legislature failed to choose either presidential electors or U.
Dole was also leading in the polls of the , and the Bush camp responded by running television commercials portraying Dole as a tax raiser, while Governor campaigned for Bush. This was the first time a major party nominated a woman for one of the top offices. The popular vote totals were much closer, though, with Garfield edging Hancock by fewer than 10,000 votes. Rufus King In this election Republican James Monroe won the presidency with 183 electoral votes, carrying every state except Massachusetts, , and. Moreover, the Grant administration was tainted by numerous scandals, which caused disaffection for the party among voters. Later that month, the Republicans held their convention, initially nominating , who had served as secretary of state under and had run against Cleveland in. In the electoral college Tilden was also ahead 184 to 165; both parties claimed the remaining 20 votes.