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1876

Republicans:

-Sen. Rutherford B. Hayes

-Fmr. Spkr. James G. Blaine

-Sec. Benjamin Bristow

-Sen. Oliver P. Morton

-Sen. John F. Hartranft

-Sen. Amrbose Burnside

-Mr. Frederick Douglas

 

Democrats:

-Gov. Samuel J. Tilden

-Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock

-Sen. Allen G. Thurman

-Gen. George B. McClellan

-Sen. John B. Gordon

-Fmr. Gov Horatio Seymour

 

Greenbacks:

-Mr. Peter Cooper

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3 hours ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

1876

Republicans:

-Sen. Rutherford B. Hayes

-Fmr. Spkr. James G. Blaine

-Sec. Benjamin Bristow

-Sen. Oliver P. Morton

-Sen. John F. Hartranft

-Sen. Amrbose Burnside

-Mr. Frederick Douglas

 

Democrats:

-Gov. Samuel J. Tilden

-Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock

-Sen. Allen G. Thurman

-Gen. George B. McClellan

-Sen. John B. Gordon

 

Greenbacks:

-Mr. Peter Cooper

Rooting for Blaine, Douglass, or Cooper. None of the Democrats seems that great, but I'll take Hancock if a Democrat must win. 

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1 minute ago, vcczar said:

Rooting for Blaine, Douglass, or Cooper. None of the Democrats seems that great, but I'll take Hancock if a Democrat must win. 

Same here,Not many good choices for nominees,but we shall see!

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1876 Primaries

Republican: CONTESTED: Winner-Rutherford B. Hayes VP:William Wheeler

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Democrat:Contested Winner-Samuel J. Tilden VP:George B. McClellan

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1876 Results

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Hayes/Wheeler wins!

Hayes first term

Hayes Presidency Score:

Economic-68/100

Domestic-39/100

Military-55/100

Government-60/100

Popularity-40/100

 

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1880

Republicans:

-Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes

-Rep. Frederick Douglas (won Rep. in 1878)

-Sen. James G. Blaine

Democrats:

-Sen. Winfield Scott Hancock (Won Sen. in 1878)

-Spkr. Samuel Randall

-SCOTUS Samuel J. Field

-Gen. George B. McClellan (Lost Gov. nom in 1878)

-Gov. Horatio Seymour (Won Gov. in 1878)

-Rep. Joseph E. Johnston

Greenbacks:

-Rep. James Weaver

-Rep. Benjamin F. Butler

 

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1876 Primaries

Republican:Pres. Hayes WINS! VP:Chester A. Arthur (after a non so good relationship with his former VP)

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Democrats:CONTESTED Winner:Joeseph E. Johnston VP:Samuel J. Field

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1880 Results:Hayes beats "Dull Johnston" in a landslide for re-election

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Hayes/Arthur wins!

Hayes 2nd term 

Hayes Presidency Score:

Economic-78/100

Domestic-29/100

Military-65/100

Government-40/100

Popularity-39/100

 

Because of the strong performance of the economy during his 2nd term,Hayes says he will run for re-election,for a 3rd and final term.

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1884

Republicans:

-Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes

-Sen. James G. Blaine

-Sen. Joseph Hawley

-Gen. William Tecumsuh Sherman

-Rep. Robert Todd Lincoln (Won Rep. in 1878)

Democrats:

-Sen. Thomas F. Bayard

-Spkr. John G. Carlisle

-Sen. Wade Hampton

-Rep. Richard Bland

-Gov. Winfield Scott Hancock

-Sen. Samuel J. Tilden

Greenbacks:

-Rep. James Weaver

 

 

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1884 Primaries

Republicans:CONTESTED Pres. Hayes wins! VP:Sec. Levi P. Morton

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Democrats:CONTESTED Sen. Joseph McDonald wins! VP:Sen. Samuel J. Tilden

NO MAP (Primary should be before GE @vcczar to see the map I think the convention needs moved back like a week)

 

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1884 Results Hayes reign ends! Something he blamed was that 6.5% of votes went to write in another Republican,James G. Blaine.

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McDonald/Tilden wins!

McDonald 1st term

McDonald Presidency Score:

Economic-60/100

Domestic-39/100

Military-50/100

Government-64/100

Popularity-41/100

McDonald was scolded for his lack of really doing anything during his presidency. But this also stopped him from being scolded for much. 

McDonald denies to run for another term,being one of the "laziest" presidents in the nations history,Tilden Passes away during his tenure,being replaced by Rep. Richard Bland.

 

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1888 Election

Republicans:

-Sen. Benjamin Harrison

-Gov. Russel A. Alger

-Mr. Chauncey Depew

-Sen. John J. Ingalls

-Rep. William Phelps

-Mayor Edwin Fitler

-Sen. James G. Blaine (A 4th time!)

-Mr. Frederick Douglas

 Democrats:

-VP Richard Bland

-Gov. Simon Bolivar Buckner

-Gov. Wade Hampton

-Sen. John Brown Gordon

-Gov. Fitzhugh Lee

-Rep. John Q. Adams II

Greenback Party:

-Sen. James Weaver

 

 

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1888 Primaries

Democratic:CONTESTED Gov. Wade Hampton wins in the upset! VP:Fmr. Sen. Allen G. Thurman

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Republican:Sen. Benjamin wins! VP:Sen. Levi P. Morton (2nd nominee being a VP for)

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1888 Results,Hampton dies 2 weeks of pneumonia 2 weeks before election day,he still received electoral votes but all the popular vote was for his VP,which as you see lead to a landslide

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Harrison/Morton wins!

Harrison 1st term

Hayes Presidency Score:

Economic-82/100

Domestic-40/100

Military-60/100

Government-52/100

Popularity-52/100

Harrison was very popular among American citizens,he unexpectedly pushed for civil rights acts,and was not as pro-business as his predecessors. He also lead an extremely strong economy,with the U.S becoming a powerhouse of the World.  

 

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1892 Election

Republcians:

-Pres. Benjamin Harrison

-Rep. Henry Cabot Lodge

Democrats:

-Sen. Grover Cleveland

-Gov. Horace Bois

-Sen. David B. Hill

-Sen. Arthur P. Gorman

-Rep. Adlai Stevenson 

-Fmr. VP Richard Bland

Populist:

-Sen. James Weaver

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1892 Primaries

Republican:Pres Harrison wins! However,he is not as popular as he thought as Lodge receives 30% of the pop. vote. VP:Sec. Whitelaw Reed

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Democrats:Cleveland wins! VP:Rep. Adlai Stevenson

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1892 NO ONE recieves a majority of Electoral Votes,and with a Republican lead Congress. Pres Harrison is re-elected! 

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Harrison/Reed wins!

Harrison 2nd term

Hayes Presidency Score:

Economic-40/100

Domestic-52/100

Military-79/100

Government-52/100

Popularity 32/100

Harrison continued to slightly push forward on Civil Rights,however an slight economic crash do to mining investments from banks,led Harrison to bail out "The big banks" This diminished his popularity,and for the first time in 2 decades the U.S was not economically booming,Due to this Harrison announced that he would not seek re-election. 

 

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