Losing Vice Presidential candidates in U.S. Elections since 1948

These people were the losing V.P. candidates for the Democrat or Republican parties in each election since 1948.
The 1972 Dem. candidate was a substitute, selected after the Convention.
Surnames only accepted.
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Year
Party
CANDIDATE
1948
Rep.
Earl Warren
1952
Dem.
John Sparkman
1956
Dem.
Estes Kefauver
1960
Rep.
Henry Lodge
1964
Rep.
William Miller
1968
Dem.
Edmund Muskie
1972
Dem.
Sargent Shriver
1976
Rep.
Bob Dole
1980
Dem.
Walter Mondale
1984
Dem.
Geraldine Ferraro
1988
Dem.
Lloyd Bentsen
1992
Rep.
Dan Quayle
1996
Rep.
Jack Kemp
2000
Dem.
Joe Lieberman
2004
Dem.
John Edwards
2008
Rep.
Sarah Palin
2012
Rep.
Paul Ryan
2016
Dem.
Tim Kaine
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Level 34
May 10, 2016
In 1948 the GOP VP candidate was not Thomas Dewey. He was at the top of the ticket. Earl Warren was the GOP VP nominee.
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Level 59
May 11, 2016
Sorry for error - well spotted - corrected - hope I didn't ruin your score.