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 In how many presidential elections have we had only one candidate?

Answer Three presidential elections are considered unopposed: George Washington in 1789 and 1792 and James Monroe in 1820. However, even in those three elections, electoral votes were cast for other cand... Read More »
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Which 1968 presidential candidate had the support of Lyndon B. Johnson?

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