1988 – GEORGE H.W. BUSH VS MICHAEL DUKAKIS

Like the election of 1960, the outgoing President was extremely popular and the Vice President hoped to capitalize on his large base for his own candidacy. This time, a not-so-charismatic New Englander stood in his way. Was the conservative coalition strong enough to survive this challenge?

1976 – GERALD FORD VS JIMMY CARTER

Happy Bicentennial, America! What better way to celebrate than with extreme distrust for the government? The 1976 election pitted the country's two nicest politicians against each other. As it turns out, they were also two of the most gaffe-prone candidates in history! Find out which convinced the country to let them be Commander-in-Chief!

1972 – RICHARD NIXON VS GEORGE MCGOVERN

In 1968, Richard Nixon used the recent social and political chaos to win the presidency with only 43.4% of the popular vote. Four years later, he hoped to win in a landslide. Could the Democrats’ new primary system produce a suitable opponent? Was the vice presidential choice the most important factor??

1960 – RICHARD NIXON VS JOHN F. KENNEDY

Outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower was immensely popular. Vice President Richard Nixon tried to capitalize on his large base for his own candidacy, but a handsome, young New Englander stood in his way. The result was one of the closest elections of all time!