The 1904 US election turned out to be a landslide victory for Theodore Roosevelt. Overall, he earned 334 electoral votes compared to just 140 from Parker.
In the election of 1900, William McKinley was elected again gaining 292 electoral votes. But he was assassinated. Then, Theodore Roosevelt took his place.
In the US Election of 1896, William McKinley became the 25th president of the United States. He gained 271 electoral votes with Jennings receiving just 176.
In the election of 1892, Grover Cleveland made a triumphant return. He became the 24th US president with 277 electoral votes defeating Benjamin Harrison.
In the United States election of 1888, Benjamin Harrison won and became the 23rd president. He gained 233 electoral votes, which represented 58% of voting.
The election of 1884 featured Grover Cleveland (Democrat) and James Blaine (Republican). After voting, Grover Cleveland won gaining 219 electoral votes.
The election of 1880 was tight race. James Garfield barely squeaked out a win with 214 electoral votes. He was later assassinated within 200 days in office.
In the election of 1876, it was a tight race. It seemed like Tilden would win at first. But, a vote ruled Rutherford the winner with 185 electoral votes.
Despite the scandals, Ulysses Grant dominated the election of 1872 with 286 electoral votes. Partly, it was because of how poorly his opponent campaigned.
In the election of 1868, Nebraska and African Americans could vote for the first time. Ulysses Grant, a republican, easily won with 214 electoral votes.