The Republicans won 23 times - in 1860,1864,1868,1872,1876,1880,1888,1896
1900,1904,1908,1920,1924,1928,1952,1956.1968,1972,1980,1984,1988,2000, and 2004. They elected 16 different presidents. This figure is somewhat misleading since three Republican presidents were never elected as President.
The Democrats won 15 times , in 1884,1892,1912,1916,1932,1936,1940,1944,1948,1960,1964,1976,1992,1996 and 2008. They elected 9 different presidents.
The pre-civil war Democrats won 6 times, in 1828,1832,1936,1844,1852 and 1856 and elected 5 different presidents.
The Democratic party founded by Jackson won six elections. After the Civil War, the modern Democratic party emerged and they have won the presidency 15 times.
I think the answer to that is Republicans.
He won the presidential elections of 1828 and again in 1832.
Rutherford B. Hayes
23 of the 38 elections
The person who ran for a major-party presidential nomination more than anyone else was Harold Stassen, who sought the Republican Party nomination twelve times from 1944 to 2000.Lyndon LaRouche was a candidate in eight U.S. presidential elections from 1976 to 2004.Five people have received at least one electoral vote in four different U.S. presidential elections: John Adams, George Clinton, Thomas Jefferson, Charles C. Pinckney and Franklin D. Roosevelt.Franklin D. Roosevelt won four U.S. presidential elections.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Ulysses S. Grant won the U.S. Presidential Elections of 1868 and 1872. He tried but failed to win the Republican Party Presidential Nomination in 1880.
He won presidential elections in 2006 and was re-elected in elections 2009.
idiotsRufus King was the Federalist Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1804 and 1808 and their Presidential Nominee in 1816. He lost all three elections.Martin Van Buren was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1832 and their Presidential Nominee in 1836 and 1840. He won the first two elections and lost the third.John C. Breckinridge was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1856 and their southern Presidential Nominee in 1860. He won in 1856 and lost in 1860.Franklin D. Roosevelt was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1920 and their Presidential Nominee in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944. He won every time except 1920.Richard M. Nixon was the Republican Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1952 and 1956 and their Presidential Nominee in 1960, 1968 and 1972. He won every time except 1960.Hubert H. Humphrey was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1964 and their Presidential Nominee in 1968. He won in 1964 and lost in 1968.Walter Mondale was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1976 and 1980 and their Presidential Nominee in 1984. He won the first election and lost the next two.George H. W. Bush was the Republican Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1980 and 1984 and their Presidential Nominee in 1988 and 1992. He won every time except 1992.Bob Dole was the Republican Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1976 and their Presidential Nominee in 1996. He lost both elections.Al Gore was the Democratic Party Vice Presidential Nominee in 1992 and 1996 and their Presidential Nominee in 2000. He won the first two elections and lost the third.(I did not include John Adams in this list because although he was understood to be a vice presidential candidate in 1788 and 1792, as were several who ran before 1804, officially there were no vice presidential elections before 1804; they were all officially presidential candidates. For those keeping score, Mr. Adams won the Vice Presidency in 1789 and 1792, won the Presidency in 1796, and lost in 1800. Also, although Thomas Jefferson was Vice President when he was elected President in 1800, it was never his intention to run for Vice President. However, he won the Vice Presidency in 1796 because he received more votes for President than John Adams' running mate, Thomas Pinckney.)
Popular third party candidates can greatly influence elections. Ross Perot essentially won the 1992 election for Bill Clinton by taking votes from Bush.
In both of the U.S. Presidential elections that William McKinley won (1896 & 1900), his Democratic Party opponent was William Jennings Bryan.
John Adams, Federalist
Pakistan Peoples Party
William McKinley won the 1896 and 1900 presidential elections defeating William J. Bryan in both elections.
1878 was not a presidential election year. There were Congressional elections that year. A presidential election was held in 1876 and again in 1880.
No, he won an office in the German assembly and the took the presidency.
William Henry Harrison won the 1840 presidential election and his party was the Whigs.
The European People's Party (EPP) won with 265 seats.