Grover Cleveland


Whom did Cleveland defeat in the 1892 presidential election?

Cleveland defeated incumbent President Benjamin Harrison to recapture the White House in the 1892 election. Cleveland captured 277 electoral votes to 145 for Harrison and 22 for third-party candidate James Weaver, who ran under the Populist banner. Cleveland captured the electoral votes in twenty-three states, compared to sixteen for Harrison and four for Weaver.


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