Woodrow Wilson


Whom did he defeat in the 1916 to win a second term as president?

Wilson defeated Republican Charles Evans Hughes, a former associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and governor of New York. Hughes left the Court to run for president. This was a very close race with Wilson winning 277 electoral votes to 254 for Hughes. The popular vote was close as well.


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