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The United States presidential election of 1884 was the 25th qu...

wikipedia - 10 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1884 was the 25th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 4, 1884. It saw the first election of a Democrat as President of the United States since the election of 1856. The campaign was marred by exceptional political acrimony and personal invective.
united states presidential election, 1884

How red is Erie County for this mid-term vote?

GoErie.com - 04 Nov 2018
And the Coopers believe a Democratic-controlled House could stand in the way of Trump's efforts to build a wall on the southern border of the United States and Mexico, which is why the Coopers backed Trump in the first place. ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Breaking down the birthright citizenship debate

Constitution Daily (blog) - 02 Nov 2018
President Donald Trump's push to end birthright citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants will be getting a good deal of attention in the coming weeks. Here's a look at the ...
united states presidential election, 1884

EDN Bicentennial Series, Part 3 Timeline: 1866–1940

Effingham Daily News - 24 Oct 2018
Cleveland was also the 22nd President of the United States. 1894 – Effingham Attorney Benson Wood becomes the Republican nominee of the 19th Congressional district. 1896 – Illinois Governor John Peter Altgeld, during his 1896 re-election campaign, ...
united states presidential election, 1884

51 Percent Losers

Jacobin magazine - 14 Nov 2018
By reclaiming some of the Midwestern states Hillary Clinton lost, while also making inroads into the New South, Democrats showed they could be trusted to build an effective resistance to Trump's “populist” demagoguery. Taking back the House, ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Thousands of Theodore Roosevelt's papers are now online

The Columbus Dispatch - 20 Oct 2018
Before he took on the ″bully pulpit″ as the 26th president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt lost his first wife and mother on the same day in 1884. Reflecting on their deaths, he turned to a page in his diary and wrote, ″The light has gone ...
united states presidential election, 1884

PHOTOS: Today in History, October 28

Milford Daily News - 28 Oct 2018
Head of the Statue of Liberty on display in France early in 1884 prior to being shipped to the United States. (AP Photo). [3/51]. President ...
united states presidential election, 1884

The Biggest Landslide in Midterm Election History

History - 23 Oct 2018
Democratic President Grover Cleveland, elected just two years prior, was facing a catastrophic recession, a railroad strike and an army of jobless workers demonstrating in Washington, D.C. for relief. Party leaders knew the democrats could have a bad ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Southeast in Sepia: Skaguay's First and Second Elections

Juneau Empire - 07 Nov 2018
Alaska's Organic Act of 1884, however, was a far cry from representative government. For example, the act expressly forbade a legislature and the President of the United States, with the consent of the Senate, appointed all district officials including ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Dakota Datebook

The Dunn County Extra - 13 Nov 2018
November 7, 2018 — “I like this free liberty of the United States,” exclaimed German-Russian Henry Moldenhauer in a 1940 interview, “I like to vote for the president of my country.” Henry left Russian-ruled Poland for America in 1884. ...
united states presidential election, 1884

Resilient Democracies

The American Interest - 12 Nov 2018
If we equate democracy with a system where governments can lose power at elections—a minimum definition widely used in political science and economics—the United States has been a democracy since 1776, the United Kingdom since 1832, Canada ...
united states presidential election, 1884

This week in Israeli history

St. Louis Jewish Light - 02 Nov 2018
Rabin, a native of pre-state Palestine, had played a prominent role in most of Israel's history, including commanding the defense of Jerusalem in 1948 and serving as army chief of staff during the 1967 war, ambassador to the United States and Israel's ...
united states presidential election, 1884

New Hall of Fame Honors the Best in Russell County

KRSL - 01 Nov 2018
The BHHF was established in September 2018 with the following mission statement: "Dedicated to preserving, presenting, and promoting the heritage and culture of the community of Lucas as it impacts the county of Russell, the state of Kansas, the nation ...

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