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Can you name facts about US presidential elections?

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US Senator from Arizona who lost the general election and the year
US Senator from Arizona who lost the general election and the year
Birthplace of senator in 1st question (which cast doubt on his eligibility)
Birthplace of senator in 2nd question (which cast doubt on his eligibility)
Major candidate for president in 1980 general election
Major candidate for president in 1980 general election
Major candidate for president in 1980 general election
President Obama is the 44th president, though only 43 different people have been president because this president is counted twice
He said 'The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything'
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Name the company which made voting machines whose CEO sparked controversy when he said he’s 'committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to (George W Bush) next year.'
Candidate tied with Jefferson in 1800 electoral college
Even though John F Kennedy was the youngest person ever elected president of the US at age 43, this person became president at age 42.
For a two year period, neither the President nor Vice president was elected. Name both.
Candidate who won the popular vote without winning that election
Candidate who won the popular vote without winning that election
Candidate who won the popular vote without winning that election
Candidate who won the popular vote without winning that election

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