because he possesed a brilliant political mind im pretty sure. idk that question was on a test of mine in AP US history and it was multiple choice and tht was the answer... i hope i helped!
William McKinley won the 1896 presidential election defeating William J. Bryan. In the 1896 presidential election William McKinley received 271 electoral votes and William Bryan received 176 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were McKinley 7,108,480 and Bryan 6,511,495.
The Democratic Party in 1992 nominated William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton, the governor of Arkansas, and his Vice Presidential running mate, Senator Albert (Al) Gore of Tennessee.
William Jennings Bryan was the Democratic Nominee for President in 1896, 1900 and 1908. He was the orator who wrote the famous 'Cross of Gold' speech. He also was on the prosecution tema during the Scopes Monkey Trial.
William Jennings Bryan was the Democratic Party's Presidential Nominee in 1896, 1900 and 1908. He lost all three times. William McKinley won in 1896 and 1900, and William Howard Taft won in 1908.Related trivia : William Jennings Bryan was the youngest person ever to receive presidential electoral votes (36 years & 9 months of age in Jan 1897).
William Jennings BryanThe 1896 Democratic Party presidential candidate who was the strong advocate of free silver was George McClellan.
William Jennings Bryant
Yes. William Jennings Bryan is a Democratic.
In 1896, President William McKinley defeated the Democratic candidate, William Jennings Bryan. In 1900, he defeated William Jennings Bryan again.
support for the presidential candidacy of william jennings bryan
In both of the U.S. Presidential elections that William McKinley won (1896 & 1900), his Democratic Party opponent was William Jennings Bryan.
he supported many populist policies
How did william Jenning bryan change presidential
Support for the presidential candidacy of William Jennings Bryan.
Party Nominees in the 1896 U.S. Presidential Election:Republican Party - William McKinleyDemocratic Party - William Jennings BryanNational Democratic Party - John M. PalmerPopulist Party - William Jennings BryanSocialist Labor Party - Charles H. MatchettProhibition Party - Joshua LeveringProhibition Party - Charles E. Bentley
William McKinley/Garet A.Hobart William Jennings Bryan/Arthur Sewall
William McKinley/Theodore Roosevelt William Jennings Bryan/Adlai E.Stevenson