Benjamin Harrison


Did Harrison seek reelection?

Yes, Harrison sought a second term, but lost in the election of 1892 to the man he defeated in 1888—former president Grover Cleveland. Cleveland captured 277 electoral votes to Harrison’s 145. His campaign was also harmed by the Populist Party candidacy of James Weaver, who took 22 votes himself.


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