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of Democratic presidential election results by county Map of Whig presidential election results. Free Soil Party nomination edit Main article: Free Soil Party The Free Soil Party was still the strongest third party in 1852. Presidential candidate Party Home state Popular vote d Electoral vote Running mate Count Percentage Vice-presidential candidate Home state Electoral vote Franklin Pierce Democratic New Hampshire 1,607,510.84 254 William. Zachary Taylor in 1850. As a result of the devastating defeat and the growing tensions within the party between pro-slavery Southerners and anti-slavery Northerners, the Whig Party quickly fell apart after the 1852 election and ceased to exist. Free Soil Party, a third party opposed to the extension of slavery into the territories, nominated Senator, john. On the 49th ballot, dark horse candidate, franklin Pierce won his party's nomination. As the 1852 presidential election approached, Union party leaders decided to wait and see who was nominated by the two major parties. When American voters went to the polls, Pierce won in a landslide; Scott won only the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Massachusetts, and Vermont, while the Free Soil vote collapsed to less than half of what Martin Van Buren had earned in the previous election, with. On the first ballot, Fillmore received all delegate votes from the South save four, but only received eighteen northern delegate votes. The party decided to see who was nominated by the two major national parties and support one of them if possible. General election edit Fall campaign edit Political cartoon favoring Winfield Scott The Whigs' platform was almost indistinguishable from that of the Democrats, reducing the campaign to a contest between the personalities of the two candidates.
Scott was nominated on the 53rd ballot by a margin of 159112 (with 21 for Webster again with a highly sectional vote; Scott won the North by a 14211 vote (with 21 for Webster) while Fillmore won the South by a margin of 10117. Webster had no real chance of winning the election, but even the new Know-Nothing party endorsed Webster, nominating him without even his own permission. The decline was further exacerbated by Scott's antislavery reputation, which decimated the Southern Whig vote at the same time as the pro-slavery Whig platform undermined the Northern Whig vote. The lack of clearcut issues between the two parties helped drive voter turnout down to its lowest level since 1836. Quitman Mississippi 0 Other 277.01 Other Total 3,161, Needed to win 149 149 Source (Popular Vote Leip, David. The movement to nominate Daniel Webster as a third-party candidate began in earnest following the Whig Convention, largely driven by those who had been strenuously opposed to Winfield Scott's nomination, among them Alexander Stephens, Robert Toombs, and George Curtis.
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Native American (Know-Nothing) Party nomination edit Around the mid-1840s, nativists were present in New York politics, under the aegis of the American Republican Party. Contents Nominations edit The 1852 presidential election conventions of the parties are considered below in order of the party's popular vote. In the future, former president Millard Fillmore would be their candidate in 1856. However, following the Compromise of 1850, most of the " Barnburners " who supported it in 1848 had returned to the Democratic Party while most of the Conscience Whigs rejoined the Whig Party. P1852, sOL.1 DRV crct open, p1852, transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate 'B' Short Circuit To Battery. Bell of Virginia for vice-president. MegaEssays, "Tensions in 1852-60 That Led to the Civil War. In 1845, the party changed its name to the Native American Party. However, Webster died nine days before the election of a cerebral hemorrhage on October 24, 1852. MexicanAmerican War and had had a long and distinguished military career, Pierce had also served in the MexicanAmerican War.