- 1 Who won the presidential election in 1974?
- 2 What was the result of the 1910 congressional elections?
- 3 Which party was in control of Congress in 1972?
- 4 Who ran for Pres in 2004?
- 5 Who controlled Congress in 1976?
- 6 Who was elected in 1908?
- 7 Who were the candidates in the 1912 US presidential election?
Who won the presidential election in 1974?
When Gerald R. Ford took the oath of office on August 9, 1974 as our 38th President, he declared, “I assume the Presidency under extraordinary circumstances…
What was the result of the 1910 congressional elections?
Democrats won massive gains in the House, taking control of a chamber of Congress for the first time since the 1894 elections. In the Senate, Democrats won major gains, but Republicans continued to control the chamber. The election was a major victory for progressives in both parties.
Which party was in control of Congress in 1972?
Congress Overview Democrats kept control of Congress in 1972 despite Republican President Richard Nixon’s landslide re-election.
Who ran for Pres in 2004?
The Republican ticket of incumbent President George W. Bush and his running mate incumbent Vice President Dick Cheney were elected to a second term, defeating the Democratic ticket of John Kerry, a United States Senator from Massachusetts and his running mate John Edwards, a United States Senator from North Carolina.
Who controlled Congress in 1976?
The 1976 United States elections was held on November 2, and elected the members of the 95th United States Congress. The Democratic Party won the presidential election and retained control of Congress.
Who was elected in 1908?
The 1908 United States presidential election was the 31st quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, 1908. Secretary of War and Republican Party nominee William Howard Taft defeated three-time Democratic nominee William Jennings Bryan.
Who were the candidates in the 1912 US presidential election?
The major candidates in the election were unpopular incumbent President William Howard Taft (Republican Party), former President Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive “Bull Moose Party”) and New Jersey Governor Woodrow Wilson (Democratic Party).