Explore Grover Cleveland, Presidential Election, and more!

1876, Rutherford B. Hayes (R) - 185 EV / 4,036,572 (47.9%) PV, Samuel J. Tilden (D) - 184 EV / 4,284,020 (51%) PV

Grover Cleveland won the popular vote for three presidential elections – in and 1892 – and was one of two Democrats (with Woodrow Wilson) to be elected president during the era of Republican political domination dating from 1861 to

Front page of the Boston Globe declaring "The President DEAD!" and includes a quote from future president James Garfield, "God Reigns and the Government at Washington Still Lives."

Boston Globe Headline for Lincoln "God reigns and the government at Washington still lives." Headlines like that are no more. Sorry general but the government at Washington is dead now. Glad you aren't here to see it.

White House China of President James Madison

SHARED BY THE RALEIGH DeGEER AMYX COLLECTION - circa 1815 - photograph and James Madison serving piece are from Mr. Amyx's collection, and represented here is one of only 29 James Madison pieces to have survived from the Madison's original order

1872, Ulysses S. Grant (R) - 286 EV / 3,598,235 (55.6%) PV, Horace Greeley (LR) - 66 EV / 2,834,761 (43.8%) PV

1872, Ulysses S. Grant (R) - 286 EV / 3,598,235 (55.6%) PV, Horace Greeley (LR) - 66 EV / 2,834,761 (43.8%) PV

1864, Abraham Lincoln (NUP) - 212 EV / 2,218,388 (55%) PV, George B. McClellan (D) - 21 EV / 1,812,807 (45%) PV

1864, Abraham Lincoln (NUP) - 212 EV / 2,218,388 (55%) PV, George B. McClellan (D) - 21 EV / 1,812,807 (45%) PV

1868, Ulysses S. Grant (R) - 214 EV / 3,013,421 (52.7%) PV, Horatio Seymour (D) - 80 EV / 2,706,829 (47.3%) PV

1868, Ulysses S. Grant (R) - 214 EV / 3,013,421 (52.7%) PV, Horatio Seymour (D) - 80 EV / 2,706,829 (47.3%) PV

1836, Martin Van Buren (D) - 170 EV / 764,176 (50.8%) PV, William Henry Harrison (W) - 73 EV / 550,816 (36.6%) PV, Hugh Lawson White (W) - 26 EV / 146,107 (9.7%) PV

1836, Martin Van Buren (D) - 170 EV / 764,176 (50.8%) PV, William Henry Harrison (W) - 73 EV / 550,816 (36.6%) PV, Hugh Lawson White (W) - 26 EV / 146,107 (9.7%) PV

Landslide 1980

did you know Ronald Reagan won 49 . states in the 1984 election? If only there was someone like that today that we all loved running for office.

history

Live election results and maps for the 2008 Presidential election, including electoral vote counts and county-by-county maps.

Frog and Toad - Reminds me of kids reading in second grade…

Frog and Toad, Arnold Lobel. Toad baked some cookies. & cookies smell very good,& said Toad. He ate one.

July 21, 1969. Neil Armstrong's hometown newspaper.

July 21 1969 Neil Armstrong steps on the Moon Wapakoneta Daily paper Evening Ed

Election of 1952

Red denotes states won by Eisenhower/Nixon, Blue denotes those won by Stevenson/Sparkman. Numbers indicate the number of electoral votes allotted to each state.

2012 Electoral College map

As American electors gather to formally cast their votes for president, explore 9 things you may not know about the Electoral College.

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