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Election of 1888

    Election of 1888
The election of 1888, only 12 years after the scandal of the election of 1876 with Rutherford B. Hayes, was another problematic and disputed election. The Republican candidate for this
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Election of 1896

The US presidential election of 1896 included one of the most complicated campaigns and was considered one of the most complicated elections in the history of the country. The two
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1960 Presidential Election

  The 1960 election included Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy as candidates. The 1960 presidential election would end up being one of the closest in United States history. In
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Election 1876

The election of 1876 was between Rutherford Hayes, a Republican from Ohio, and Samuel J. Tilden, a Democrat from New York. The election was the very first to have involved
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1976 Presidential Election

The 1976 presidential election was immediately following the resignation of President Nixon. In fact, some of the 1976 presidential election
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1992 Presidential Election

The 1992 presidential election was based on several key issues. Public perception was that Bush had broken many promises to
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Election of 1912

  At the time, it was only a tradition that presidents left office after two terms, but Theodore Roosevelt declined
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1984 Presidential Election

The 1984 presidential election included a race between Ronald Reagan and the democrat, former Vice President Walter Mondale. Reagan was
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1988 Presidential Election

The 1988 presidential election included open primaries for both major political parties. Reagan was unable to run again, as he
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Election of 1828

The ballot for the election of 1828 included the same candidates as a previous election. The contest was between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. The two were in fact,
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