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Transcript of Nicholas Santoro
Who ran in the year of 1904?
The people running for president were named Theodore Roosevelt and Alton B. Parker. They ran after William McKinley was assassinated in 1901.
Theodore Roosevelt & Alton B. Parker
Theodore Roosevelt Alton B. Parker
About Theodore Teddy Roosevelt
Did you know that Roosevelt:
Was the first president to fly out of the united states while in office. (Traveled to Panama)
Was the first american to win the Nobel prize.
Was the first president to be well known by his initials. (TR)
Was the first on to fly an airplane, and it was built by the wright brothers!
Was blind in one eye.
About Alton B. Parker
Did you know that Alton:
Was a chief judge from 1898 to 1904.
Was the prosecution counselor in 1913.
Was born on May 14th, 1852 in Cortland New York, and died May 10th, 1926, New York just four days before his birthday.
Was elected to the Supreme court of Appeals.
By: Nicholas Santoro
These are the states in which the people running for president were chosen.
Only forty-five of the fifty states had people from the electoral college that actually voted for a certain president.
Roosevelt = Red Parker = Blue
Theodore Teddy Roosevelt VS. Alton B. Parker
Who got the most votes... And how many??
Theodore Teddy Roosevelt had 336 votes in the electoral section, and 7,623,486 votes in the popularity section. Alton B. Parker had 140 electoral votes and 5,077,911 popular votes.
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