U.S. Presidential Election Losers

Name the losing presidential candidate in each election year who received the most votes.
The losing candidate who received the greatest percentage of the popular vote.
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Election Year
Answer
1796
Thomas Jefferson
1800
John Adams
1804
Charles C. Pinckney
1808
Charles C. Pinckney
1812
DeWitt Clinton
1816
Rufus King
1820
Federalist Party
1824
Andrew Jackson
1828
John Quincy Adams
1832
Henry Clay
1836
William H. Harrison
1840
Martin Van Buren
1844
Henry Clay
1848
Lewis Cass
1852
Winfield Scott
1856
John C. Fremont
1860
Stephen A. Douglas
1864
George B. McClellan
1868
Horatio Seymour
1872
Horace Greeley
1876
Samuel J. Tilden
1880
Winfield Scott Hancock
1884
James G. Blaine
1888
Grover Cleveland
1892
Benjamin Harrison
1896
William Jennings Bryan
1900
William Jennings Bryan
1904
Alton B. Parker
Election Year
Answer
1908
William Jennings Bryan
1912
Theodore Roosevelt
1916
Charles Evans Hughes
1920
James M. Cox
1924
John W. Davis
1928
Al Smith
1932
Herbert Hoover
1936
Alf Landon
1940
Wendell Willkie
1944
Thomas E. Dewey
1948
Thomas E. Dewey
1952
Adlai Stevenson
1956
Adlai Stevenson
1960
Richard Nixon
1964
Barry Goldwater
1968
Hubert Humphrey
1972
George McGovern
1976
Gerald Ford
1980
Jimmy Carter
1984
Walter Mondale
1988
Michael Dukakis
1992
George H. W. Bush
1996
Bob Dole
2000
Al Gore
2004
John Kerry
2008
John McCain
2012
Mitt Romney
2016
Hillary Clinton
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Jul 30, 2020
If you go by the title, Al Gore got more votes than his opponent so he should not be on here, same with Clinton