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      • The office elevated Nixon from a backbench legislator to the 1960 Republican presidential nominee. Nixon narrowly lost that race but was elected president as a former VP (1968) and George H.W. Bush (1988) was elected while Ronald Reagan’s vice president.
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  2. 1960 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

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    The 1960 United States presidential election was the 44th quadrennial presidential election.It was held on Tuesday, November 8, 1960. In a closely contested election, Democratic United States Senator John F. Kennedy defeated incumbent Vice President Richard Nixon, the Republican Party nominee.

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  3. 1968 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

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    The 1968 United States presidential election was the 46th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 5, 1968.The Republican nominee, former vice president Richard Nixon, defeated the Democratic nominee, incumbent vice president Hubert Humphrey, and the American Independent Party nominee, Governor George Wallace.

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  4. List of United States presidential candidates - Wikipedia

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    Bryan's running mate on the Democratic ticket, Arthur Sewall, won 149 electoral votes for vice president, while his running mate on the Populist ticket, Thomas E. Watson, won 27 electoral votes for vice president. ^ Byrd did not campaign in the 1960 election, and he tacitly supported the candidacy of Republican Richard Nixon.

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    The Northern Democrats nominated Douglas and the Southern Democrats nominated Vice President John C. Breckinridge. Many sources include Breckinridge as a third party candidate, but other sources do not. ^ Horace Greeley and Benjamin Gratz Brown were nominated by the Liberal Republican Party, a splinter group of Republicans.

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  6. Vice Presidential Loyalty and Independence | History News Network

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    In 1960, Lyndon Johnson accepted the vice-presidential nomination when John Kennedy offered it despite his lack of respect for the job. Though LBJ and JFK had cordial relations, mutual suspicion...

  7. 1960 election. 35. John Fitzgerald Kennedy: 37. Lyndon Baines Johnson: January 20, 1961: November 22, 1963: 1960 election. Kennedy died. 36. Lyndon Baines Johnson: None: November 22, 1963: January 20, 1965: Kennedy died. 1964 election. 38. Hubert Horatio Humphrey: January 20, 1965: January 20, 1969: 1964 election. 1968 election. 37. Richard Milhous Nixon: 39. Spiro Theodore Agnew

  8. List of United States Democratic Party presidential tickets ...

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    Presidential nominee 1968 (lost) Vice Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey of MN (1911–1978) Prior public experience. Mayor of Minneapolis, MN (1945–1948) U.S. Senate (1949–1964) Senate Majority Whip (1961–1964) Chair of the Senate Disarmament Committee (1955–1959) Vice President (1965–1969) Higher education. Capitol College of Pharmacy

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