Woodrow Wilson was elected to a second term in 1916.
Woodrow Wilson (Dem) was elected to his second term in 1916.
She couldn't. Women didn't receive the vote until 1920, when the 19th amendment was ratified; Wilson was elected to his second term in 1916.
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Woodrow Wilson was President of the US in 1917. It was his second term in office.
Woodrow Wilson was the second Democrat elected to the presidency following the American Civil War. He was one of only two Democrats elected to the office between the period of Republican dominance from 1861 to 1933. Grover Cleveland was the only other Democrat elected during that period. Andrew Johnson was not elected, but finished Abraham Lincoln's term after his assassination.
In 1917, Woodrow Wilson was still the president. In fact, he was re-elected and served a second term. The United States got a new president after that: there was an election in 1920, and Warren G. Harding won.
"progressive" is a rather vague term. One could argue that Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were the two progressive Presidents, which would make Wilson the second one.
Woodrow Wilson. The Lusitania was sunk in 1915, toward the end of his first term of office. In 1916 he won his second term with the slogan, "He kept us out of war." In 1917, during Wilson's second term, the US entered the war.