McKinley faced off against William Jennings Bryan in both 1896 and again in 1900. McKinley won by a bigger margin the second time .The first campaign changed the way political campaigns were run. The Mark Hanna designed advertising was revolutionary. Use the link below to learn more.
William Jennings Bryan lost twice against William McKinley in a campaign for the White House, in the 1896 and, again, in 1900. Although Bryan did not run for the Office of the President of the United States in the Election of 1904, he did make a third attempt in 1908, in which he fared his worst defeat.
In both of the U.S. Presidential elections that William McKinley won (1896 & 1900), his Democratic Party opponent was William Jennings Bryan.
William Jenning Bryan was the democratic candidate in 1896
William Jennings Bryan, from Nebraska, was his opponent in both 1896 and 1900.
William McKinley was a devout Methodist.
William McKinley answered the phone William McKinley answered the phone
Yes, William McKinley had eight siblings.Anna McKinleyDavid McKinleyJames McKinleyAbner McKinleySarah McKinleyMary McKinleyAbigail McKinleyHelen McKinley
He was the Commander in Chief (President of the US).
McKinley was famous for declaring war against Spain, and taking control of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.
William McKinley married Ida Saxton McKinley on January 25, 1871.
William McKinley was a strong presidential candidate. William McKinley won two presidential elections. William McKinley was assassinated a few months after his second election.
Katherine Mckinley and Ida Mckinley
William McKinley was buried at "The McKinley National Memorial" in Canton Ohio, United States.
William McKinley spent 4,000,000$ USD while his democratic opponent, William Jennings Bryan, spent 3,000,000$ USD. McKinley gave people money for speaking for him and speaking against Bryan. He just stayed on his front porch, and people came to him.
William McKinley was born on January 29, 1843.
William Thomas McKinley was born in 1938.
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In 1896, the mountain was named for William McKinley, the republican nominee for president, by a gold prospector, William Dickey.
William McKinley was a Republican.
The Democratic Candidate was William Jennings Bryan, running against Republican William McKinley. The Populist Party also nominated Bryan but McKinley still won.
William Jennings Bryan said this. He ran against William McKinley in 1900 for the presidency.