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251 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Carter, Jr. J.E. (I1671)
252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REAGAN, R.W. (I89)
253 Won the close 1960 election over then vice-president Richard Nixon by a
popular vote of 34,226,731 to 34,108,157 and an electoral vote of 303 to 219
(14 democratic electors and one republican elector voted for Virginia Senator
Harry F. Byrd). Was succeeded by his vice-president Lyndon B. Johnson. Well
remembered is the sentence "... ask not what your country can do for you - ask
what you can do for your country" in his inaugural speech. 
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (I1604)
254 Won the most memorable and controversial election in 1876 over Samuel J.
Tilden. Tilden won the popular vote by 4,284,020 to 4,036,572, but Hayes won
the electoral vote by the smallest possible margin of 185 to 184. William A.
Wheeler was his vice-president. Hayes declined to run for a second term. 
Hayes, Rutherford Birchard (I2034)
255 Won the Republican Nomination upon Roosevelts recommendation. Won the 1908
election over William J. Bryan by a popular vote of 7,675,320 to 6,412,294
and an electoral vote of 321 to 162. James S. Sherman was his vice-president.
On June 30, 1921 he became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Because of
his weight of 332 pounds he was nich-named "Big Bill". 
Taft, William Howard (I2075)

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