Presidential Trivia – Old Questions, New Answers

For those of us who enjoy presidential trivia questions, there are some standard questions. Many of these old questions have new answers due to...

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The Case for the Electoral College

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Almost President – Levi P. Morton

Like Charles Fairbanks (see the earlier article “Almost President: Charles Fairbanks”), Levi Morton made a fateful decision that cost him the White House. As...

Almost President – Charles Fairbanks

Charles Warren Fairbanks served as Vice President from 1905-1909 during the administration of Teddy Roosevelt. With better luck, he would have been President of...

Death in the White House

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The President’s Lady – Hannah Hoes Van Buren

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Forgotten First Lady – The Other Mrs. Wilson

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Re-Elected Running Mates

Many Presidents have been re-elected. A lesser number of Vice Presidents have been re-elected. Two Vice Presidents were re-elected even though their Presidents were...
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