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  • Who won for Presidential election of 1856?
  • Brianna Martinez
  • 1854
  • I wonder who in the Republican Party is against slavery moving slavery west?
  • Hey!!! I don't want slavery moving West, who's with me!?
  • 1854 Kansas-Nebraska
  • "I'm with you." "Yeah me to you else?'
  • 1856 The Republican Party
  • I WANT SLAVERY AND THERE IS NOTHING THAT´S GOING TO STOP THAT!!!
  • I did not ask what you wanted. I want to make all men equal and have justice no matter their skin color!
  • 1861 Civil War
  • 1865 Thirtheenth Amendment
  • Republican Party is the political party united against the spread of slavery in the West.
  • We can't have a strong supporter of the Kansas-Nebraska Act or else we it will divide the north and the south even more.
  • I know we can't divide the country even more than it already is.
  • At the party convention, delegates argued over slavery.
  • We'll see about that John C. Fremont I'm going to win election and going to
  • I'm going to kick your butt in this election Buchanan
  • The Kansas-Nebraska Act fell apart which made the Whig party fall apart. People who were apart from the Kansas-Nebraska Act were not re-elected for president.
  • I can't believe I won for president!!!!
  • Democrats knew they couldn't choose a strong supporter of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, such as President Pierce or Senator Douglas so they nominated James Buchanan
  • The election was now between James Buchanan and John C. Fremont. John C. Fremont had very little political experience, but he against the spread of slavery and was a republican.
  • James Buchanan was elected President in 1856.James Buchanan had a great deal of political experience as Polk´s secretary of state. Most importantly he had been in Great Britain as ambassador during the Kansas-Nebraska Act dispute and had not been involved in the debate.
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