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Who would you have voted for? (Series 3)


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Series 3 (1852-1876)  

16 members have voted

  1. 1. 1852 Election

    • Franklin Pierce (Democratic)
    • Winfield Scott (Whig)
    • John Parker Hale (Free Soil)
    • Other
  2. 2. 1856 Election

    • James Buchanan (Democrat)
      0
    • John Fremont (Republican)
    • Millard Fillmore (Know-Nothing)
    • Other
  3. 3. 1860 Election

    • Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
    • Stephen Douglas (Democrat)
    • John Breckinridge (Southern Democrat)
      0
    • John Bell (Constitutional Union)
    • Other
      0
  4. 4. 1864 Election

    • Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
    • George McClellan (Democrat)
      0
    • Other
      0
  5. 5. 1868 Election

    • Ulysses Grant (Republican)
    • Horatio Seymour (Democrat)
    • Other
      0
  6. 6. 1872 Election

    • Ulysses Grant (Republican)
    • Horace Greely (Liberal Republican-Democrat)
    • James Black (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0
  7. 7. 1876 Election

    • Rutherford B. Hayes (Republican)
    • Samuel Tilden (Democrat)
    • Peter Cooper (Greenback)
    • Green Clay Smith (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0

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  • Poll closed on 06/07/2021 at 03:59 AM

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 Leaderboard

Thomas Jefferson - 1804 (71%)

Henry Clay - 1832 (71%)

William Henry Harrison - 1840 (71%)

James Madison - 1808 (64%)

John Quincy Adams - 1828 (64%)

 

Jefferson, Clay, and Harrison are in a 3 way tie. As are Quincy Adams and Madison for second place. 

I will continue to keep the leaderboard requirement at 60%, as I think it's generally a good indicator of who this forum *broadly* supports. 

Happy voting, and remember, try to be realistic! 

 

 

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