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Who would you have voted for? (Series 5) *Leaderboard Updated In Post*


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Series 5  

21 members have voted

  1. 1. 1908 Election

    • William Taft (Republican)
    • William Jennings Bryan (Democrat)
    • Eugene Debs (Socialist)
    • Eugene Chafin (Prohibition)
    • Other
      0
  2. 2. 1912 Election

    • Woodrow Wilson (Democrat)
      0
    • Theodore Roosevelt (Bull Moose/Progressive Party)
    • William Taft (Republican)
    • Eugene Debs (Socialist)
    • Eugene Chafin (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0
  3. 3. 1916 Election

    • Woodrow Wilson (Democrat)
    • Charles Hughes (Republican)
    • Allen Benson (Socialist)
    • James Hanly (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0
  4. 4. 1920 Election

    • Warren Harding (Republican)
    • James Cox (Democrat)
    • Eugene Debs (Socialist)
    • Aaron Watkins (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
  5. 5. 1924 Election

    • Calvin Coolidge (Republican)
    • John Davis (Democrat)
    • Robert La Follette (Progressive)
    • Herman Faris (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
      0
  6. 6. 1928 Election

    • Herbert Hoover (Republican)
    • Al Smith (Democrat)
    • Norman Thomas (Socialist)
    • William Varney (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other
  7. 7. 1932 Election

    • Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat)
    • Herbert Hoover (Republican)
    • Norman Thomas (Socialist)
      0
    • William Upshaw (Prohibition)
      0
    • Other

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  • Poll closed on 06/07/2021 at 06:00 PM

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Leaderboard

Abraham Lincoln - 1864 (100%)
Ulysses Grant - 1868 (93%)
Abraham Lincoln - 1860 (86%)
Theodore Roosevelt - 1904 (84%)
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%)
William Jennings Bryan - 1900 (61%)
Rutherford B. Hayes - 1876 (60%)

 

Theodore Roosevelt has been added to the top 5 with 84%. William Jennings Bryan edges out Hayes as the 2nd worst performance (on the leaderboard that is.)

The closest and most divided elections have come from Series 4 thus far. Especially Grover Cleveland's elections. 1896; McKinley vs Bryan is a tie. 
 

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