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Q: Who was the Democratic nominee in the 1968 presidential election?
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Who was the Republican nominee in the 1968 presidential election?

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He had to work with a Democratic Congress. (Apex)


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Who was the Democratic presidential candidate in the election of 1968?

Hubert Humphrey was the Democratic Party candidate in 1968. Richard Nixon won the 1968 presidential election defeating Hubert Humphrey. In the 1968 presidential election Richard Nixon received 301 electoral votes, Hubert Humphrey received 191 electoral votes and George Wallace received 46 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Nixon 31,785,480, Humphrey 31,275,166, and George Wallace 9,906,473.


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