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us elections lite

Free
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Reference
  • Education
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*****this is a lite version*****

please see the full version for the following...
--- current election stats
--- retina display
--- made to fit 4 inch screens

Have you ever needed to know who ran against Andrew Jackson in 1828? Did you ever want to know what party Theodore Roosevelt ran in? Do you have a test coming up regarding any of the U.S. Presidential Elections?

The perfect application has been made for anything you would need to know about the U.S. elections. This application provides you with quick access to any information you would ever want or need to know about any presidential election.

The application is organized chronologically for a quick and easy reference search. It starts with the very first election in 1789 with George Washington, and it ends with the last election of 2008 with Barack Obama. Each election provides you with the winning and losing party. Under each party, it lists more details of each presidential candidate. Some of the information listed under the candidates are the party, home state, running mate, electoral votes, states carried, and so much more.

Get this U.S. Elections application to provide yourself with easy and quick access to any electoral facts you ever would need or want to know from the first election of George Washington to the very last election of Barack Obama.

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this app offers the following information for every presidential election since 1789:

- candidates name
- party
- home state
- running mate(s)
- electoral votes
- states carried
- popular votes
- percentage
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This is a LITE version, please consider the full version.
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