Election of 1836Candidates Party Electoral Vote Popular Vote Martin Van Buren (NY) Democratic 170 764,176 William Henry Ha...
 
 
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Who is William Henry Harrison?
 
 
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  • The 3 Whig representatives were chosen on the basis that they could do well in their area. This Webster is the same one that graduated from and represented Dartmouth in the Supreme court cases Dartmouth collage v. Woodward and Gibbons v. Ogden's.
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    1. 3. Election of 1836Candidates Party Electoral Vote Popular Vote Martin Van Buren (NY) Democratic 170 764,176 William Henry Harrison (VA) Whig 73 550,816 Hugh L. White (NC) Whig 26 146,107 Daniel Webster (NH) Whig 14 41,201 W.P. Mangum (NC) Anti-Jackson 11
    2. 6. Election of 1840
    3. 7. Who is William Henry Harrison?
    4. 10. The End
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