Who ran for the presidential election in 2012?
Incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, incumbent Vice President Joe Biden, were re-elected to a second term. They defeated the Republican ticket of businessman and former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts and Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.
Who won French Election 2012?
2012 French presidential election
|Nominee||François Hollande||Nicolas Sarkozy|
Who ran against Nickson?
1972 United States presidential election
|Nominee||Richard Nixon||George McGovern|
|Home state||California||South Dakota|
|Running mate||Spiro Agnew||Sargent Shriver|
Who was elected as the new President of Italy?
Mattarella agreed to get re-elected. On the evening of 29 January, in the eighth ballot, Mattarella was re-elected President of Italy with 759 votes; he received the second most votes of any presidential candidate after Sandro Pertini in 1978.
How did McGovern lose?
In the general election McGovern lost to incumbent Richard Nixon in one of the biggest landslides in U.S. electoral history. Though re-elected to the Senate in 1968 and 1974, McGovern was defeated in his bid for a fourth term in 1980.
Who won Italian Election 2021?
Roberto Gualtieri of the Democratic Party (PD) was elected Mayor, winning in the runoff against centre-right independent Enrico Michetti with just over 60% of the vote.
Who were the Democratic candidates in 2016?
On July 26, 2016, the Democratic National Convention officially nominated Clinton for president and a day later, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine for vice president. On November 8, 2016, Republican nominee Donald Trump defeated Clinton in the general election, though Clinton won the popular vote.
Who ran for VP with McGovern?
Once it became apparent that White’s candidacy was infeasible, McGovern asked Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin to be his running mate.
Did Mussolini win an election?
The National List of Benito Mussolini (an alliance of Catholic, liberal and conservative political parties) used intimidation tactics against voters, resulting in a landslide victory and a subsequent two-thirds majority. This was the last multi-party election in Italy until 1946.