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1912 Democratic National Convention
1912 Presidential Election
President Woodrow Wilson portrait December 2 1912.jpg Thomas Riley Marshall headshot.jpg
Nominees Wilson and Marshall
Convention
Date(s) June 25 - July 2
City Baltimore, Maryland
Venue Fifth Regiment Armory
Candidates
Presidential Nominee Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey
Vice Presidential Nominee Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana
1908  ·  1916

The 1912 Democratic National Convention was held at the Fifth Regiment Armory in Baltimore from June 25 to July 2, 1912. The primary candidates were House Speaker Champ Clark of Missouri and Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey. Clark entered the contest with a majority of the delegates behind him, but without the two thirds majority necessary to secure the nomination. After a long deadlock, former Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan threw his support to Wilson, giving him the nomination on the 46th ballot.

Entrance to the 1912 DNC

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Preceded by
1908 Democratic National Convention
Democratic National Conventions
1912
Succeeded by
1916 Democratic National Convention
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