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Free Soil Party - Presidential Candidates
... Year Presidential candidate Vice Presidential candidates Won/Lost 1848 Martin Van Buren Charles Francis Adams Lost 1852 John P ...
President Of South Korea
... The Constitution and the amended Presidential Election Act of 1987 provide for election of the president by direct, secret ballot, ending sixteen years of indirect presidential elections ... The President is directly elected to a five-year term with no possibility of re-election ... If a presidential vacancy should occur, a successor must be elected within sixty days, during which time presidential duties are to be performed by the prime minister or other senior cabinet ...
Roger MacBride
... He was the presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party in the 1976 election ... MacBride became the first presidential elector in U.S ... history to cast a vote for a woman when, in the presidential election of 1972, he voted for the Libertarian Party candidates John Hospers for president ...
Androscoggin County, Maine - Politics - Presidential Elections
... Presidential election results Year Democrat Republican 2012 55.0% 28,912 42.3% 22,210 2008 56.6% 31,017 41.3% 22,671 2004 54.4% 30,503 43.7% 24,519 2000 53.3% 26,251 ... In the last five Presidential elections the Republican candidate has received as much as 43.7%, but still lost by more than ten percent each time ...

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