Who ran for president in 1958?
There were no presidential elections help in 1958. In 1956, Dwight D. Eisenhower ran against Adlai E. Stevenson. The winner was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Ran Morin was born in 1958.
It can be hard to remember all the people who have ran for President in the Us. Victoria Woodhull ran for president in 1872.
President Theodore Roosevelt ran for US President in 1904...and won.
Dick Chaney ran for Vice President and who is also our Vice President today.
In 1824 he ran ran for president. Sadly he did not win. John Adams one. But in 1829 he ran for president again. He won! He served from 1829-1837
The Republican Party was formed in 1854 and ran its first presidential ticket in 1856. John C. Fremont ran for President and William L. Dayton ran for Vice President.
The Decks Ran Red - 1958 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-16 Sweden:15
Nixon was elected to two terms. He ran for President in 1968 and 1971.
Jesse Jackson ran for president in 1988.
Dwight Eisenhower was the US President all of 1958.
Alf Landon , former governor of Kansas, ran for president in 1936. Dwight Eisenhower grew up in Kansas but had not lived in Kansas for many years when he ran for president.
Joe Biden has ran for both president and vice president twice. He ran for vice president in 2008 and 2012 and for president in 1988 and 2008.
Four people ran for president during the presidential election in the year 2008 Who were they? 44 people ran for president in 2008, unless this question is for second graders.
Future president Richard Nixon was vice president in 1958, serving under the Dwight Eisenhower Administration.
He ran against President John Adams
No. The first time he ran was 1904, and he won.
Eugene V. Debs ran as the Socialist candidate for president in 1912.
Richard Nixon (Republican) ran against John F. Kennedy for President.
Hillary Clinton was a lawyer in Arkansas when her husband, Bill, ran for president.
John B. Anderson ran for president in 1980, and was an independent.
President Arthur never ran for President.
Nixon was a US Senator from California when he ran for vice-president with Eisenhower. He served two terms as vice-president before he ran for president.
The first case of this was Thomas Jefferson, who ran against John Adams.
Shirley Chisholm ran for her party's nomination for president. She did not win.
Robert McNamara ran the defense department under President Kennedy.
1814 was a time of mid-term elections in the US. No one ran for President in 1814 in the US.
In 1972, Jimmy Carter ran against incumbent president Gerald Ford. In 1976, President Jimmy Carter ran against Ronald Reagan. In 1976, Governor Jimmy Carter (D-Georgia) ran against President Gerald Ford (R). In 1980, President Carter ran against Governor Ronald Reagan (R-California). In the 1976 election for president, Jimmy Carter ran against Gerald Ford. In 1980, Carter ran and lost against Ronald Reagan.
Which president was vice-president but did not attain the presidency due to the death of a president?
Vice-president Gerald Ford became President because President Nixon resigned his office. Vice-Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Martin Van Buren ran for President and were elected, Vice-president Richard Nixon ran for president and lost, but 8 years later ran again and was elected.
Who ran for president twice unsuccessfully and became to second man to become president that was not elected?
Who ran for president twice unsuccessfully and became the second man to become president who never was elected to the job.
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was the first president to represent the Republican Party when he ran for president.
No one ran for president in 1965. Election years are always even years. Lyndon B. Johnson was elected the 45th president in 1964
Yes, Joe Biden ran for president twice, although he did not win, obviously. He ran for president in both 1988 and 2008.
He ran and was elected president in 2008; he ran for re-election and won a second term in 2012.
There have been a total of 23 women who have ran for the office of President Of The United States Of America.
Mitt Romney ran for president as a republican in 2008. That was his first time running.
He ran unopposed in 1820. That was the only time someone ran unopposed for U.S. President since George Washington's two elections.
John Anderson ran as an "Independent:" in 1980.
Lyndon B. Johnson was born in Texas, and he ran for Vice President and for President as a resident of Texas. Dwight D. Eisenhower was born in Texas, but he ran for President as a resident of New York. George H.W. Bush was born in Massachusetts, but he ran for President as a resident of Texas. George W. Bush was born in Connecticut, but he ran for President as a resident of Texas.
President George W. Bush ran against Senator John Kerry in 2004. President Bush won. Jim Carey, an actor, never ran for political office and never ran against any President of the USA.
Jesse Jackson ran for president twice, both times as a member of the Democratic Party. He ran for president in 1984 and again in 1988.
Franklin Roosevelt ran for Vice-President in 1920 . He was the running mate for James Cox. They lost to Harding-Coolidge.
Abraham Lincoln was 51 years old when he ran for president. He was 52 years old when he was elected President of the United States.
The incumbent president Gerald Ford ran against Carter in 1976. In 1980 he ran for re-election against former California Governor Ronald Reagan.
Joe Biden ran for president twice. He first ran in 1988 and then again in 2008.
Barry Goldwater, Republican senator from Arizona, ran for President in 1964. He lost to the incumbent, Lyndon Johnson.
Yes- Benjamin Harrison who lived in Indianapolis , Indiana, ran for President in 1888 and won the election.
No, Chris Dodd is ran for President, but he was not elected.