James Garfield's win in the 1880 presidential election was the smallest popular vote victory in any U.S. election to date. He beat Hancock by fewer than 2,000 votes! And Garfield's 200-day presidency, before his assassination, remains the second shortest ever. On this map, see the geographical details of his election.
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Attribution: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division →