The major party candidates in 1932 were the incumbent Republican President, Herbert Hoover and the Democrat challenger, Frankilin Roosevelt.
There were three candidates who ran for President in 1848. The candidates were Zachary Taylor, Lewis Cass, and Martin Van Buren. Zachary Taylor won the election.
Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat) ran against incumbent Herbert Hoover(Republican) in 1932.Minor party candidates were Norman Thomas (Socialist) , William Foster (Communist), William Upshaw (Prohibition) , William Harvey ( Liberty) and Verne Reynolds ( Socialist - Labor)
In the 1932 US presidential election, Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt ran against the incumbent president, Herbert Hoover, a Republican. Most voters blamed the Depression on Hoover so Roosevelt became the 32nd US president.
It Could Have Been Worse.
Hoover ran for president in 1928 and again in 1932.
In 1992 the incumbent president George H. W. Bush ran against Bill Clinton.
The two major-party candidates were the incumbent U. S. President, Republican Herbert Hoover, and the Governor of New York, Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford ran for president in 1976.
Herbert C. Hoover, the incumbent, for the Republicans and Franklin D. Roosevelt for the Democrats.
Hoover ran against Al Smith in 1928 and won . He ran against Franklin Roosevelt in 1932 and lost.
The election was held in 1960. Kennedy and Nixon was the major party candidates. George Wallace ran as third party candidate.
Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter were the major party candidates in 1980.
Barack Obama (D) & John Mcain (R) were the candidates in 2008.
Hoover was elected president in 1928 and ran again in 1932.
Franklin D. Roosevelt won his first of four Presidential elections in 1932, beating incumbent President Herbert Hoover 472-59.
No, Herbert Hoover ran for President in 1928 and 1932. Ronald Reagan ran in 1980 and 1984.
In 1952, Dwight David Eisenhower ran for the Republican Party and Adlai Stevenson ran a losing race for the Democrats. The same two candidates ran again in 1956 with the same result.
Yes and No. People wanted Former President Coolidge to run in 1932 but he declined but he did take a shot for it again. He then supported President Hoover.
In 1844, James Polk (Jackson Democrat) ran against Henry Clay (Whig). Polk won.
The Prohibition Party suffered a major split and each faction ran a different slate for President and Vice-President. The Presidential candidates were Earl Dodge and Gene Amondsen.
The two major-party candidates were incumbent President Herbert Hoover (R-CA) and Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY).
No one. Arthur was vice-president under James Garfield, who was shot and killed in office.