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Q: What was true in 1912 about the presidential election?
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Which is true the 1912 presidential election?

Because all three major candidates were Progressive, Progressive votes were split.


What political party did William Taft represent in the 1912 presidential election?

President William Taft was the Republican Party candidate in the 1912 presidential election .


The presidential election of which year was discussed in The Jungle?

1912


What party won the 1912 election?

Democrat Woodrow Wilson won the 1912 Presidential election and served from 1913 to 1921.


Who did Teddy Roosvelt loose to in 1912 presidential election?

Woodrow Wilson won the 1912 presidential election defeating Theodore Roosevelt. In the 1912 presidential election Woodrow Wilson received 435 electoral votes and Theodore Roosevelt received 88 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Wilson 6,293,152 and Roosevelt 4,119,207.


What did Theodore Roosevelt promise in 1912 presidential election?

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In the presidential election of 1912, progressive politicians?

were given a resounding endorsement


Which candidate in the presidential election of 1912 ran mostly to widen the audience for socialist idea?

Eugene V. Debs was the candidate in the presidential election of 1912 who ran mostly to widen the audience for Socialist ideas.


Which candidate is the presidential election of 1912 formed the blue Bullmoose party?

Former President Theodore Roosevelt created the Progressive Party (nicknamed the "Bull Moose Party") after he failed to receive the Republic nomination in the 1912 presidential election.


Which political part did Theodore roosevelt respresent in the 1912 presidential election?

The Progressive Party


What candidate in the presidential election of 1912 had angered both big business and reformers?

taft


What was true about the presidential election of 1952?

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