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US Election 1912

Election of 1912 Summary

The 32nd presidential election started with a divide from Taft to the Republican party. Roosevelt decided to run again for president forming the “Progressive Party”. When he was delivering one of his speeches, he even got shot. But that didn’t even stop him from saying it.

Because of this divide between the Republicans, the Democrats now felt they had a chance. William Jennings Bryan endorsed Woodrow Wilson, so he was nominated and represented the Democratic Party.

Arizona and New Mexico joined the election of 1912. After counting the votes, Woodrow Wilson surprisingly defeated both Taft and Roosevelt by a large margin. Despite the tight competition, he became the 28th president with 435 electoral votes.

Woodrow Wilson

Twenty-eighth president of the United States

Vice President: Thomas Marshall
Total Electoral Votes: 435
Electoral Vote: 82%
Political Party: Democratic

Woodrow Wilson

1912 Election Timeline

1900: William McKinley
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: William Taft
1912: Woodrow Wilson

1916: Woodrow Wilson
1920: Warren Harding
1924: Calvin Coolidge
1928: Herbert Hoover

US Election 1912 Timeline

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