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The election of Rutherford B. Hayes was the most contentious presidential election in US history. He was actually chosen by the US House of Representatives rather than by popular vote. No candidate received the required number of electoral votes.

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Hayes was the 19th US president, elected in 1876.


AnswerRutherford B. Hayes.


The Republican candidate for President in 1876 was Rutherford B. Hayes.


President Hayes' running mate in 1876 was William A. Wheeler.


In 1872, Hayes lost his run for a seat in Congress. In 1876 he was elected President.


Hayes ran only the one time , in 1876.


Rutherford Hayes was the Republican candidate in 1876.


Rutherford Hayes won by a vote of 185 to 184 in 1876


Republican Party candidate Rutherford Hayes won the 1876 presidential election defeating Democratic Party candidate Samuel Tilden. William Wheeler, Rutherford Hayes' running mate, was elected vice president.


Hayes ,the 19th President, was elected in 1876 and served from March 4, 1877 to until March 4,1881. He served for only one term and did not try for re-election.From March 4th 1877 to March 4th 1881 Rutherford B Hayes was the president of United States.He was from the "Republican Party".He was the "Governor Of Ohio" from 1868-1872 & 1876-1877.Rutherford B. Hayes served as the 19th President of the United States between March 4, 1877 and March 4, 1881. He was elected in 1876.


Hayes won the election of 1876.


Rutherford B. Hayes (Rep) from Ohio ran against Samuel J. Tilden (Dem) from New York in 1876.


Rutherford Hayes was the Republican candidate and winner of the 1876 election. He won by one vote in the electoral college.


Hayes was not beaten- he won the only he ran for president in 1876. (He did lose the popular vote to the democrat Samuel Tilden. )


The Disputed Election of 1876. The only president elected by congressional Comission.



Republican Party candidate Rutherford Hayes won the 1876 presidential election defeating Democratic Party candidate Samuel Tilden. In the 1876 presidential election Rutherford Hayes received 185 electoral votes and Samuel Tilden received 184 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Tilden 4,288,546 and Hayes 4,034,311.


No, he was never elected. He lost to Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876 by one electorial vote.


Rutherford Hayes won the 1876 presidential election defeating Samuel Tilden. In the 1876 presidential election Rutherford Hayes received 185 electoral votes and Samuel Tilden received 184 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Tilden 4,288,546 and Hayes 4,034,311. The electoral votes of 4 States were disputed. Congress referred the matter to the Electoral Commission which gave the decision to Rutherford B. Hayes.


Rutherford Hayes won the 1876 presidential election defeating Samuel Tilden. In the 1876 presidential election Rutherford Hayes received 185 electoral votes and Samuel Tilden received 184 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Tilden 4,288,546 and Hayes 4,034,311. The electoral votes of 4 States were disputed. Congress referred the matter to the Electoral Commission which gave the decision to Rutherford B. Hayes.


Rutherford B. Hayes was the winner of the 1876 presidential election.


1876 Presidential ElectionThe candidates for the Presidential election of 1876 were; Samuel J. Tilden - Thomas Hendricks (Democratic), Rutherford B. Hayes - William A. Wheeler (Republican), Peter Cooper - Samuel Fenton Cary (Greenback Labor), and Green Clay Smith - Gideon T. Stewart (Prohibition). Rutherford B. Hayes won the election to become the 19th President of the United States. President Hayes was in office from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881.


1876 Presidential ElectionThe candidates for the Presidential election of 1876 were; Samuel J. Tilden - Thomas Hendricks (Democratic), Rutherford B. Hayes - William A. Wheeler (Republican), Peter Cooper - Samuel Fenton Cary (Greenback Labor), and Green Clay Smith - Gideon T. Stewart (Prohibition). Rutherford B. Hayes won the election to become the 19th President of the United States. President Hayes was in office from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881.


Samuel J. Tilden 1876 Democratic Presidential CandidateThe Democratic candidates for the 1876 Presidential election were Samuel J. Tilden and Thomas Hendricks The other candidates were Rutherford B. Hayes - William A. Wheeler (Republican), Peter Cooper - Samuel Fenton Cary (Greenback Labor), and Green Clay Smith - Gideon T. Stewart (Prohibition). Rutherford B. Hayes won the election to become the 19th President of the United States. President Hayes was in office from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881.


Hayes represented the Republican paryt.



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