Presidential Elections 1884 - 1924
Calvin Coolidge (Republican) defeated John W. Davis (Democrat) and Robert M. LaFollete (Progressive).
Warren G. Harding (Republican) defeated James Cox (Democrat). Following the ratification of the 19th amendment to the Constitution, this was the first presidential election where women could vote.
Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) defeated Charles Evans Hughes (Republican), in an election that took place before the United States became involved in World War I.
Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) defeated Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive) and William Taft (Republican). Theodore Roosevelt, who ran on the Progressive Party's platform after losing the Republican nomination, won 27 percent of the popular vote.
William Howard Taft (Republican) defeated William Jennings Bryan (Democrat).
Theodore Roosevelt (Republican) defeated Alton Brooks Parker (Democrat).
William McKinley (Republican) again defeated William Jennings Bryan (Democrat) in a rematch of the 1896 election. McKinley was assassinated in 1901.
William McKinley (Republican) defeated William Jennings Bryan (Democrat), in what is often seen as a realigning election.
Grover Cleveland (Democrat) defeated Benjamin Harrison (Republican) and James Weaver (Populist). Weaver's Populist Party also won four states and over a million popular votes, which prompted a shift in the Democratic Party's platform in the following election.
Benjamin Harrison (Republican) defeated Grover Cleveland (Democrat). Cleveland won the popular vote, but Harrison won the Electoral College.
Grover Cleveland (Democrat) defeated James Blaine (Republican). This election marked the first victory for the Democrats since 1856.