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Franklin D. Roosevelt served three full terms as president, and died on the 82nd day of his fourth term. Since the passage of the 22nd amendment, presidents can be elected to at most two terms. FDR was the only president who ever ran for a third term. George Washington had made a point of refusing a third term and FDR was the only president who tried to break Washington's precedent.

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So sad to hear that he died during his 3rd term
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I can only think of one person to have won the popular vote in three consecutive Presidential elections. That person was President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. President Roosevelt was a member of the Democratic party who won four Presidential elections. He served as President from the date of his first inauguration in 1933 until his death in 1945. He died during the first few months of his fourth term.

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All Presidents are elected by the Electoral Colleges in each State, not by popular (by the people) votes. When you go to the voting booth, you are actually voting for electors in your State. The electors in each State decide who the entire State will vote for the office of President.

The exception was President Gerald Ford . . . but he was never elected.

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Only Franklin D. Roosevelt has been elected for 3 terms. In fact, he was elected for four, but only served three because he died.

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John Quincy Adams, Rutherford Hayes and George W. Bush in 2000 all were elected without winning the popular vote.

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There were 4:

1) John Quincy Adams 1824

2) Rutherford B. Hayes 1876

3) Benjamin Harrison 1888

4) George W. Bush 2000

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The three US Presidents that won the popular vote three or more times were Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Kennedy

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