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Q: Who ran and lost presidency four times?
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Which president of the US tried the most times to become president?

Franklin Roosevelt ran four times and won every time. Jackson, Cleveland and Nixon all ran three times and won twice. Jackson and Nixon both lost the first time they ran , although Jackson did not do much campaigning. Cleveland lost his second bid.

Two candidates who ran three or more times for the presidency on a national ticket representing a major party?

your mom and your dad

How many times did Teddy Roosevelt run for office?

He ran for president and won in 1904, then ran again and lost in 1912.

How many times did president Richard Nixon run for president?

Nixon ran three times, in 1960, 1968 and 1972. After losing a close election in 1960, he came back to win in 1968 and 1972.

What did Lincoln do for pre-presidency?

Just before he ran for president, he ran for Senate.

Was Washington the first incumbent to lose presidency?

Not really. He ran unopposed in 1789 and 1792 and chose not to run in 1796, so he never lost an election as an incumbent.

Eugene debs ran for president five times as a?

Debs ran in 1900 as a democrat, but for his other four attempts he ran as a Socialist democrat.

Who ran for president 5 times and lost?

This is a guess, probing my "ancient history" files, but it might have been a man named Harold Stassen, who ran for president multiple times.

Who ran for presidency and asked for no payment?

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Did William Jennings Bryan win the presidential election?

No. He ran several times, but always lost.

Who ran for president 4 times and never got elected?

Gus Hall ran for President of the United States four times in a row and was defeated each time. He ran in 1972, 1976, 1980, and 1984.

What happened after four candidates ran for president in 1860?

Lincoln won the presidency with less than half of the popular vote