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Series 4 (1880-1904)  

16 members have voted

  1. 1. 1880 Election

    • James Garfield (Republican)
    • General Winfield S. Hancock (Democrat)
    • James Weaver (Greenback)
    • Other
      0
  2. 2. 1884 Election

    • Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
    • James Blaine (Republican)
    • Benjamin Butler (Greenback/Anti-Monopoly)
    • John Pierce St. John (Prohibition)
    • Other
      0
  3. 3. 1888 Election

    • Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
    • Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
    • Clinton Fisk (Prohibition)
      0
    • Alson Streeter (Labor Party)
    • Other
      0
  4. 4. 1892 Election

    • Grover Cleveland (Democrat)
    • Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
    • James Weaver (Populist)
    • John Bidwell (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0
  5. 5. 1896 Election

    • William McKinley (Republican)
    • William Jennings Bryan (Democrat-Populist)
    • John Palmer (National Democrat)
    • Other
      0
  6. 6. 1900 Election

    • William McKinley (Republican)
    • William Jennings Bryan (Democrat-Populist-Silver Republican)
    • John Woolley (Prohibition)
    • Other
      0
  7. 7. 1904 Election

    • Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
    • Alton Parker (Democrat)
    • Eugene Debs (Socialist)
      0
    • Siilas Swallow (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0

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Leaderboard

Abraham Lincoln - 1864 (100%)
Ulysses Grant - 1868 (93%)
Abraham Lincoln - 1860 (86%)
Ulysses Grant 1872 (80%)
John Fremont - 1856 (73%)
Thomas Jefferson - 1804 (71%)
Henry Clay - 1832 (71%)
William Henry Harrison - 1840 (71%)
James Madison - 1808 (64%)
John Quincy Adams - 1828 (64%)
Rutherford B. Hayes - 1876 (60%)

 

 

Leaderboard is lookin spicy. Hayes barely squeaking by as the "worse" performer on the leaderboard but, he hits the 60% requirement from me as that indicates broad enough support among this forum. With that said, we got more spicy ones coming up. 

Be ready for the elections of post-reconstruction, and the Age of Industrialism!

As always, try to be realistic, but apply your beliefs! 
 

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1 hour ago, Pringles said:

@Beetlejuice @Cal @Cenzonico @ConservativeElector2 @DakotaHale @Dobs @Edouard @Entrecampos @Fbarbarossa @Hestia @jnewt @JohnGRobertsJr @Kitten @Magnus Rex @Mishfox @MrPotatoTed @pilight @Pringles@Rezi @Rodja @Sean F Kennedy @The Blood @themiddlepolitical @Timur @vcczar @WVProgressive @YVDyTaOxlzZr @Zenobiyl @themiddlepolitical @jvikings1     

Leaderboard

Abraham Lincoln - 1864 (100%)
Ulysses Grant - 1868 (93%)
Abraham Lincoln - 1860 (86%)
Ulysses Grant 1872 (80%)
John Fremont - 1856 (73%)
Thomas Jefferson - 1804 (71%)
Henry Clay - 1832 (71%)
William Henry Harrison - 1840 (71%)
James Madison - 1808 (64%)
John Quincy Adams - 1828 (64%)
Rutherford B. Hayes - 1876 (60%)

 

 

Leaderboard is lookin spicy. Hayes barely squeaking by as the "worse" performer on the leaderboard but, he hits the 60% requirement from me as that indicates broad enough support among this forum. With that said, we got more spicy ones coming up. 

Be ready for the elections of post-reconstruction, and the Age of Industrialism!

As always, try to be realistic, but apply your beliefs! 
 

Fitting. Hayes should be quite familiar with “squeaking by” in electoral contests

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