Election of 1860: How Could Lincoln Have Lost the Election

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American History

 

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Randy C

 

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April 27, 2015

 

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In addition, slavery was also a major issue. Not only was Lincoln not even on the ballot in nine Southern states, he only won 2 of 996 counties in the entire south. Not only did Lincoln not having any southern support, but also he was apart of the Union and against slavery; his views could have seriously lost him the race...
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Along with this, other things could have cost him the victory at the end of the election such as more Southerners voting and if the Democratic Party outweighed the Republican Party. Lincoln's candidates used different newspaper publishing to convince voters not to vote for him. Many of them dealt with him and his feelings of anti-slavery...
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