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Samuel J. Tilden 1876 Democratic Presidential CandidateThe Democratic candidates for the 1876 Presidential election were Samuel J. Tilden and Thomas Hendricks The other candidates were Rutherford B. Hayes - William A. Wheeler (Republican), Peter Cooper - Samuel Fenton Cary (Greenback Labor), and Green Clay Smith - Gideon T. Stewart (Prohibition). Rutherford B. Hayes won the election to become the 19th President of the United States. President Hayes was in office from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881.
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William Jennings Bryan

He was also the Democratic Party Presidential Nominee in 1900 and 1908, and in 1896 he was one of only three major-party presidential nominees throughout U.S. history who were under the age of 40.

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The Democratic Candidate was William Jennings Bryan, running against Republican William McKinley. The Populist Party also nominated Bryan but McKinley still won.

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