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What least describes the election of 1860?
The Whig Party was able to elect a national candidate for president.
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The election of 1860 included the following candidates: Abraham Lincoln John Bell John Breckenrige Stephen Douglas The election of 1860 was most…ly over the controversial issue of slavery. Abraham Lincoln won a bitter election
the south was so divided amongst themselves they couldn't choose a candidate to collectively vote on. This was also an issue for the other sections of the united states. Becau…se the votes were spread so thin, and Lincoln had the majority, he won.
The Democratic Party had split into two factions - North and South. Lincoln and the Republicans prsented themselves to the public as the only ones who were moderate on slavery….
they were not a like at all
The presidential election this year was one of the most provoked one that we have had so far. The nation is still very shaken up about the slavery divisions. As you know the S…outh and the North had been very interested in slavery. The Southerns were very aggravated. They needed their slaves. he North didn't. This year The Democratic Party has split up among us. Dougless routed for the Northern half of out nation and John C. Breckinridge had routed for the southerners.Lincoln had gained fame in his loss in the run for the Senate. With the Senate split people also broke and split. There were always more voters in the North then the South.
it led to the secession of 11 states and the Civil War.
Most of the south did not like the election bbecause it had un eraneitly having linclon as the presitendt
In the over-heated political atmosphere, dominated by extremists, only the compromise candidate Lincoln was electable. But even he couldn't keep the country out of war. South …Carolina immediately seceded. A final compromise was offered to Lincoln, but he rejected it because it would have allowed some extension of slavery.
Abraham Lincoln, the Republican candidate was elected US president in 1860. His running mate was Hannibal Hamlin from Maine. The was the first time that a Republican presi…dent was elected. This was true, what deflates and at the same time credits, the accomplishment was that the Republican Party was less than 10 years old.
John C. Calhoun died on March 31, 1850.
They left the Union and began forming the Confederates
The presidential candidate who received the least votes in the South in the election of 1860 was John Bell.
President Johnson won a resounding victory over the Republican opponent. A+
John F. Kennedy won the 1960 presidential election defeatingRichard Nixon. In the 1960 presidential election John F. Kennedyreceived 303 electoral votes, Richard Nixon receive…d 219 electoralvotes, and Harry Byrd received 15 electoral votes. The popular votetotals were Kennedy 34,226,731 and Nixon 34,108,157.
South Carolina,Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texasdeclared its secession from the United States following theNovember 1860 election of Republican cand…idate Abraham Lincoln tothe U.S. presidency. The Civil War began with the Confederateattack upon Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, a Union fort in theharbor of Charleston, South Carolina. After the Civil War began inApril Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina alsodeclared their secession and joined the Confederacy.