Ronald Reagan


Whom did Reagan defeat in 1984 to win reelection?

Reagan defeated Walter Mondale, Carter’s former vice president. Mondale made history by announcing that he had chosen a woman as his vice presidential candidate—Geraldine Ferraro of New York, a U.S. representative. Reagan dominated the election, winning 525 electoral votes to only 13 for Mondale. Reagan’s 525 electoral votes remains a record in American presidential election history.


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