#1
where a president wanted to be their respective parties candidate, but was denied?

This is for US presidents. Sorry, world.

Thanks in advance.
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#3
Quote by daytripper75
You mean like the incumbent wanted to run again, but the party didn't want them?


Yep.
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#5
Arbor Grandon in 1912
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#6
theodore roosevelt was president for two terms, and he let Taft run for president next, then Taft was president for the next term. Roosevelt ended up not liking Taft's policies, and tried to become the republican's candidate again for the next four years, but Taft, the incumbent, didn't want to give up his republican party nomination. So Roosevelt ran as a third party candidate, splitting the Republican vote and allowing Woodrow Wilson, the democratic candidate to win.
#7
Quote by whywefight
theodore roosevelt was president for two terms, and he let Taft run for president next, then Taft was president for the next term. Roosevelt ended up not liking Taft's policies, and tried to become the republican's candidate again for the next four years, but Taft, the incumbent, didn't want to give up his republican party nomination. So Roosevelt ran as a third party candidate, splitting the Republican vote and allowing Woodrow Wilson, the democratic candidate to win.


Woodrow Wilson is a ninja.
#8
Teddy R. would be the only obvious option, but he didn't run immediately following his time in office. He supported Taft in the 1908 election, and then decided to run again in 1912.


So that's not technically what you're asking for, but it's probably the closest example there is. That is unless I'm forgetting someone. I don't know too much about the early Presidents.
#9
Goddamn you guys seems to know about your American history.
We Canadians don't even learn this stuff about us. We get a list of prime ministers in the early grades or whatever we happen to learn in life.
#10
Quote by Extra Ordinary
Goddamn you guys seems to know about your American history.
We Canadians don't even learn this stuff about us. We get a list of prime ministers in the early grades or whatever we happen to learn in life.

I can list like maybe 9-10 of our Prime Ministers.
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