At the convention in Charleston's Institute Hall in April 1860, 51 Southern
Democrats walked out over a ...
Results of the presidential election of 1860, won by Abraham Lincoln with 180
electoral votes. ... Candidate, Party, Electoral Votes, Popular Votes. Abraham ...
Nov 3, 2014 ... 6, 1860, in which Republican Abraham Lincoln defeated Southern ... and
Breckinridge claimed to be the official Democratic candidates. Lincoln ...
The Democrats met in Charleston, South Carolina, in April 1860 to select their
candidate for President in the upcoming election. It was turmoil. Northern ...
By Robert McNamara , About.com GuideJune 17, 2012
America has a summer infused with politics every four years, and no political season was more significant than the summer of 1860
. New York Tribune, June 30, 1860
: A front-page advertisement for an introductory biograp... More »
Nov 5, 2010 ... Republican National Convention held in Chicago, Illinois, May 16-18, 1860.
Presidential: Abraham Lincoln, former Representative from Illinois
Tennessee 4 Me - Election of 1860 Candidates - Party Candidate Platform on
slavery Republican Abraham Lincoln While opposing the expansion of slavery,
STATE, TOTAL VOTE, Republican, Democratic, Southern Democratic,
Constitutional Union. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, JOHN C.
Four candidates contended for the presidency in 1860: Lincoln, Douglas,
Breckinridge, and Bell. The candidates' positions on the issue of slavery were
The role of Election of 1860 in the history of the United States of America. ... they
convened in Charleston, South Carolina to choose their presidential candidate.