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This is a list of the candidates for the offices of President of the United States and Vice President of the United States of the Republican Party of the United States.

Election year Result Nominees
President Vice President
1856 lost Former California Senator
John C. Frémont
Former New Jersey Senator
William L. Dayton
1860 won Former Illinois Congressman
Abraham Lincoln[1]
Maine Senator
Hannibal Hamlin
1864 won Tennessee Governor
Andrew Johnson[2]
1868 won General
Ulysses S. Grant
House Speaker
Schuyler Colfax
1872 won Massachusetts Senator
Henry Wilson[3]
1876 won Ohio Governor
Rutherford B. Hayes
New York Congressman
William A. Wheeler
1880 won Ohio Congressman
James A. Garfield[1]
Former Collector of the Port of New York
Chester A. Arthur
1884 lost Former Secretary of State
James G. Blaine
Illinois Senator
John A. Logan
1888 won Former Indiana Senator
Benjamin Harrison
Former Ambassador
Levi P. Morton
1892 lost Ambassador
Whitelaw Reid
1896 won Former Ohio Governor
William McKinley[1]
Former New Jersey State Senator
Garret A. Hobart[3]
1900 won New York Governor
Theodore Roosevelt
1904 won President
Theodore Roosevelt
Indiana Senator
Charles W. Fairbanks
1908 won Former Secretary of War
William Howard Taft
New York Congressman
James S. Sherman
1912 lost Vice President
James S. Sherman,[3]
Columbia University President
Nicholas Butler[4]
1916 lost Supreme Court Justice
Charles Evans Hughes
Former Vice President
Charles W. Fairbanks
1920 won Ohio Senator
Warren G. Harding[3]
Massachusetts Governor
Calvin Coolidge
1924 won President
Calvin Coolidge
Former Budget Director
Charles Dawes
1928 won Commerce Secretary
Herbert Hoover
Kansas Senator
Charles Curtis
1932 lost
1936 lost Kansas Governor
Alf Landon
Publisher
Frank Knox
1940 lost Wendell Willkie Oregon Senator
Charles McNary
1944 lost New York Governor
Thomas E. Dewey
Ohio Governor
John Bricker
1948 lost California Governor
Earl Warren
1952 won General
Dwight D. Eisenhower
California Senator
Richard Nixon
1956 won
1960 lost Vice President
Richard Nixon
Ambassador
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
1964 lost Arizona Senator
Barry Goldwater
New York Congressman
William E. Miller
1968 won Former Vice President
Richard Nixon[5]
Maryland Governor
Spiro Agnew[5]
1972 won
1976 lost President
Gerald Ford
Kansas Senator
Bob Dole
1980 won Former California Governor
Ronald Reagan
Former CIA Director
George H. W. Bush
1984 won
1988 won Vice President
George H. W. Bush
Indiana Senator
Dan Quayle
1992 lost
1996 lost Kansas Senator
Bob Dole
Former Housing Secretary
Jack Kemp
2000 won Texas Governor
George W. Bush
Former Defense Secretary
Dick Cheney
2004 won
2008 lost Arizona Senator
John McCain
Alaska Governor
Sarah Palin

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Died in office (assassination).
  2. ^ Although a Democrat, Andrew Johnson ran with Abraham Lincoln on the National Union ticket in 1864.
  3. ^ a b c d Died in office (natural causes).
  4. ^ James Sherman was the vice presidential nominee when he died a week before the election. He was replaced by Nicholas Butler between the popular election and the balloting by the Electoral College.
  5. ^ a b Resigned from office.
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