Which Kennedy ran for office after john was killed?
Robert Francis Kennedy (Bobby), who was John F. Kennedy's brother, ran for and won the seat of US Senator from New York in 1964. He served from 1965 until his death in 1968.
Richard Nixon (Republican) ran for President in 1960 against John F. Kennedy (Democrat) and lost. He ran against Hubert H. Humphrey (D) for Pres. in 1968 and won. He ran against George McGovern (D) for Pres. in 1972 and won. Richard Nixon did not run for office in 1974. He was forced to resign from the Presidency, after covering up what he knew about the 1972 Watergate Hotel Democratic Party office break in.
John F. Kennedy was President of the United States from 1961-1963. He was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. While his administration was short lived due to his assassination, his New Frontier domestic program was carried out by his VP and successor to the office of president, Lyndon B. Johnson. Kennedy's administration was known for its vigor and enthusiasm. Many termed it America's Camelot. john f. Kennedy was the 35th president of the united states. he lived…
John F. Kennedy ran for president starting on January 1960 when he formally announced his candidacy for President. He was elected on Tuesday, November 8th, 1960 as the 44th president and sworn into office on Friday, January 20th, 1960. He died in office from an assassin's bullet on November 22nd, 1963, in Dallas, Texas.
John Kennedy and Richard Nixon were the two major party candidates for President in 1960. Another answer In 1960 Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy ran for president. More people in Illinois voted for Nixon than voted for Kennedy. However, far more tombstones in Chicago voted for Kennedy than voted for Nixon. As a result, Kennedy carried Illinois and won the election. In this past presidential election fewer tombstones voted for Obama. In New…
John F. Kennedy won the 1960 presidential election defeating Richard Nixon. In the 1960 presidential election John F. Kennedy received 303 electoral votes, Richard Nixon received 219 electoral votes, and Harry Byrd received 15 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Kennedy 34,226,731 and Nixon 34,108,157.