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  1. List of United States presidential candidates - Wikipedia

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    This article is a list of United States presidential candidates. The first U.S. presidential election was held in 1788-1789, followed by the second in 1792. Presidential elections have been held every four years thereafter. Presidential candidates win the election by winning a majority of the electoral vote.

  2. 1975 Greek presidential election - Wikipedia

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    An indirect election for the position of President of the Hellenic Republic was held by the Hellenic Parliament on 19 June 1975. Following the restoration of democracy in Greece, the distinguished jurist Michail Stasinopoulos was elected as the first, but provisional, President of the Third Hellenic Republic on 18 December 1974.

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  4. 1975 Cameroonian presidential election - Wikipedia

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    Presidential elections were held in Cameroon on 5 April 1975. The country was a one-party state at the time, with the Cameroonian National Union as the sole legal party. Its leader, Ahmadou Ahidjo, was the only candidate in the election, and won unopposed.

  5. Democratic Party (United States) - Simple English Wikipedia ...

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    Presidents during the 19th century. Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809); James Madison (1809-1817); James Monroe (1817-1825); John Quincy Adams (1825-1829) (Adams was elected as a Democratic candidate for President in the 1824 presidential election, but he and his allies separated to form the National Republican Party, which later became the Whig Party, in the run-up to the 1828 presidential election.)

  6. Donald Trump - Wikipedia

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    Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946, at Jamaica Hospital in the borough of Queens in New York City, the fourth child of Fred Trump, a Bronx-born real estate developer whose parents were German immigrants, and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, an immigrant from Scotland.

  7. Political campaign - Wikipedia

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    In modern politics, the most high-profile political campaigns are focused on general elections and candidates for head of state or head of government, often a president or prime minister. Presidential campaign button for Abraham Lincoln , 1860.

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  9. Presidents 1975 Present Timeline | Preceden

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    1975. Ink jet printer 1976. Apple Lisa 1983. CD Rom 1984. Windows Program 1985. Doppler Radar 1988. High definition tv 1989. Gas powered fuel cell 1997. Viagra 1998 ...

  10. Presidential Elections 1972 - 2008

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    Presidential Election, 1992. Bill Clinton (Democrat) defeated George H. W. Bush (Republican) and Ross Perot (Independent). Perot drew more votes than any other third-party candidate since Theodore Roosevelt's campaign in 1912.

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