in the 1972 presidential election the Republican candidate was Richard Nixon, and the Democratic candidate was George McGovern. Nixon won with 60% of the vote.
Nixon ran re-election in 1972 and won another term.
No. He was a Democratic senator from SD who ran for president in 1972.
Dr. Benjamin Spock.
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.
Spiro Agnew ran as his Vice President in 1968 and 1972, Henry Cabot Lodge ran with him in 1960
Richard Nixon ran for office in 1946, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1962, 1968 and 1972. He ran for the office of the President in 1960, 1968 and 1972.
It can be hard to remember all the people who have ran for President in the Us. Victoria Woodhull ran for president in 1872.
Eyal Ran was born in 1972.
President Theodore Roosevelt ran for US President in 1904...and won.
She ran in 1972 , campaigned in 12 states and won 28 delegates in the primaries.
Dick Chaney ran for Vice President and who is also our Vice President today.
Richard Nixon ran for president against1960 John F. Kennedy1968 Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace(Independent)1972 George McGovernNixon lost in 1960 and won in 1968 and 1972.
Richard M. Nixon, ran with Eisenhower in 1952 and 1956 was elected vice-president both times. He ran for President in 1960 but lost a close race to John Kennedy. He came back to win the Presidency in 1968 and 1972.
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
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.
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.
Shirley Chisholm became the first major-party black candidate, and the first female Democrat, to run for President of the United States, in the year 1972.
Nixon was elected to two terms. He ran for President in 1968 and 1971.
Jesse Jackson ran for president in 1988.
Oh Yong-Ran was born in 1972.
Paul Ryan has never ran for president. He did run for vice president in 2012, though.
1960 Clennon Washington King, Jr. ran for President representing the Afro-American party 1964 Jazz great Dizzy Gillespie ran for President 1964 Clifton DeBerry ran for President representing the Socialist Party - he ran again in 1980 1968 Charlene Mitchell ran for President as a Communist Party candidate 1968 Comedian Dick Gregory ran for President as a write-in candidate with the Freedom and Peace party 1968 Eldridge Cleaver ran for President representing the Peace and Freedom party but was ruled ineligible because of his age 1972 Shirley Chisholm (first African American Congresswoman) ran for President 1972 Water E Fauntroy (U.S. Congressman) ran for President 1980 Clifton DeBerry 1984 & 1988 Reverend Jesse Jackson (Civil Rights Activist with Martin Luther King, Jr.) ran for President 1984 & 1988 Larry Holmes was the Workers World Party candidate for President 1984, 1992, 1996, 2000 Isabell Masters ran for President as a Looking Back Party candidate 1988 Lenora Fulani (a psychologist and social activist) ran for President and was the first African American to be on the ballot in all 50 states 1992 Joan Jett Blakk (a.k.a.) Terence Smith was a Queer Nation Presidential candidate 1992 Ronald Daniels (political activist) was a Peace and Freedom party candidate for President 1992 Helen Halyard ran for President representing the Socialist Equality party 1996 & 2000 Alan Keyes (a former diplomat) ran for President 1996 & 2000 James Harris was the Socialist Workers party Presidential candidate 1996 & 2000 Monica Moorehead was a Workers World Party candidate for President 2004 Carol Moseley Braun (first African American female senator) ran for President 2004 Reverend Al Sharpton (Civil Rights Activist) ran for President 2004 John Parker was Communist Party candidate for President 2008 Elaine Brown, former chairperson of the Black Panther Party, ran for President with the Green Party 2008 Cynthia McKinney, (U.S. Congresswoman) was the Green Party's Presidential nominee 2008 Barack Hussein Obama ran for President and was elected as the first African American President