Democratic Party Presidential Tickets (Nominees) 1828 – Present

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This timeline details Democratic Party Presidential Tickets (Nominees)

See also: Republican Party Presidential Tickets

1828
Presidential Nominee: Andrew Jackson
Vice Presidential Nominee: John C Calhoun
Won the election
1832
Presidential Nominee: Andrew Jackson
Vice Presidential Nominee: Martin Van Buren
Won the election
1836
Presidential Nominee: Martin Van Buren
Vice Presidential Nominee: Richard Mentor Johnson
Won the election
1840
Presidential Nominee: Martin Van Buren
Vice Presidential Nominee: Richard Mentor Johnson
Lost to William H Harrison
1844
Presidential Nominee: James K Polk
Vice Presidential Nominee: George M Dallas
Won the election
1848
Presidential Nominee: Lewis Cass
Vice Presidential Nominee: Richard William O Butler
Lost the election to Zachary Taylor
1852
Presidential Nominee: Franklin Pierce
Vice Presidential Nominee: William R King
Won the election
1856
Presidential Nominee: James Buchanan
Vice Presidential Nominee: John C Breckinridge
Won the election
1860
Presidential Nominee: Stephen A Douglas
Vice Presidential Nominee: Herschel Vespasian Johnson
Lost the election to Abraham Lincoln
1864
Presidential Nominee: George B McClellan
Vice Presidential Nominee: George H Pendleton
Lost the election to Abraham Lincoln
1868
Presidential Nominee: Horatio Seymour
Vice Presidential Nominee: Francis Preston Blair
Lost the election to Ulysses S Grant
1872
Presidential Nominee: Horace Greeley
Vice Presidential Nominee: Benjamin Gratz Brown
Lost the election to Ulysses S Grant
1876
Presidential Nominee: Samuel J Tilden
Vice Presidential Nominee: Thomas A Hendricks
Lost the election to Rutherford B Hayes
1880
Presidential Nominee: Winfield S Hancock
Vice Presidential Nominee: William Hayden English
Lost the election to James A Garfield
1884
Presidential Nominee: Grover Cleveland
Vice Presidential Nominee: Thomas A Hendricks
Won the election
1888
Presidential Nominee: Grover Cleveland
Vice Presidential Nominee: Allen G Thurman
Lost the election to Benjamin Harrison
1892
Presidential Nominee: Grover Cleveland
Vice Presidential Nominee: Adlai Stevenson
Won the election
1896
Presidential Nominee: William Jennings Bryan
Vice Presidential Nominee: Arthur Sewall
Lost the election to William McKinley
1900
Presidential Nominee: William Jennings Bryan
Vice Presidential Nominee: Adlai Stevenson
Lost the election to William McKinley
1904
Presidential Nominee: Alton B Parker
Vice Presidential Nominee: Henry G Davis
Lost the election to Theodore Roosevelt
1908
Presidential Nominee: William Jennings Bryan
Vice Presidential Nominee: John W Kern
Lost the election to William Howard Taft
1912
Presidential Nominee: Woodrow Wilson
Vice Presidential Nominee: Thomas R Marshall
Won the election
1916
Presidential Nominee: Woodrow Wilson
Vice Presidential Nominee: Thomas R Marshall
Won the election
1920
Presidential Nominee: James M Cox
Vice Presidential Nominee: Franklin D Roosevelt
Lost the election to Warren G Harding
1924
Presidential Nominee: John W Davis
Vice Presidential Nominee: Charles W Bryan
Lost the election to Calvin Coolidge
1928
Presidential Nominee: Al Smith
Vice Presidential Nominee: Joseph Taylor Robinson
Lost the election to Herbert Hoover
1932
Presidential Nominee: Franklin D Roosevelt
Vice Presidential Nominee: John Nance Garner
Won the election
1936
Presidential Nominee: Franklin D Roosevelt
Vice Presidential Nominee: John Nance Garner
Won the election
1940
Presidential Nominee: Franklin D Roosevelt
Vice Presidential Nominee: Henry A Wallace
Won the election
1944
Presidential Nominee: Franklin D Roosevelt
Vice Presidential Nominee: Harry S Truman
Won the election
1948
Presidential Nominee: Harry S Truman
Vice Presidential Nominee: Alben W Barkley
Won the election
1952
Presidential Nominee: Adlai Stevenson II
Vice Presidential Nominee: John Sparkman
Lost the election to Dwight D Eisenhower
1956
Presidential Nominee: Adlai Stevenson II
Vice Presidential Nominee: Estes Kefauver
Lost the election to Dwight D Eisenhower
1960
Presidential Nominee: John F Kennedy
Vice Presidential Nominee: Lyndon B Johnson
Won the election
1964
Presidential Nominee: Lyndon B Johnson
Vice Presidential Nominee: Hubert Humphrey
Won the election
1968
Presidential Nominee: Hubert Humphrey
Vice Presidential Nominee: Edmund Muskie
Lost to Richard M Nixon
1972
Presidential Nominee: George McGovern
Vice Presidential Nominee: Thomas Eagleton
Lost the election to Richard M Nixon
1976
Presidential Nominee: Jimmy Carter
Vice Presidential Nominee: Walter Mondale
Won the election
1980
Presidential Nominee: Jimmy Carter
Vice Presidential Nominee: Walter Mondale
Lost the election to Ronald Reagan
1984
Presidential Nominee: Walter Mondale
Vice Presidential Nominee: Geraldine Ferraro
Lost the election to Ronald Reagan
1988
Presidential Nominee: Michael Dukakis
Vice Presidential Nominee: Lloyd Bentsen
Lost the election to George H W Bush
1992
Presidential Nominee: Bill Clingon
Vice Presidential Nominee: Al Gore
Won the election
1996
Presidential Nominee: Bill Clinton
Vice Presidential Nominee: Al Gore
Won the election
2000
Presidential Nominee: Al Gore
Vice Presidential Nominee: Joe Lieberman
Lost the election to George W Bush
2004
Presidential Nominee: John Kerry
Vice Presidential Nominee: John Edwards
Lost the election to George W Bush
2008
Presidential Nominee: Barack Obama
Vice Presidential Nominee: Joe Biden
Won the election
2012
Presidential Nominee: Barack Obama
Vice Presidential Nominee: Joe Biden
Won the election
2016
Presidential Nominee: Hillary Clinton
Vice Presidential Nominee: Tim Kaine
Lost the election to Donald Trump
2020
Presidential Nominee: Joe Biden
Vice Presidential Nominee: To be decided
To be decided

 

Published Apr 06, 2020 @ 6:33 pm – Updated – Apr 15, 2020 @ 11:44 pm

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