Fun Fact: Closest Popular Vote in American History

Fun facts about James Garfield

In 1880, James Garfield faced Winfield Scott Hancock in the presidential election. Garfield defeated him by a large margin with 214 electoral votes to 155. However the popular vote was the closest in American history. Less than 1900 votes made up the gap, though Garfield won the popular vote as well.

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