1. Kansas Gov. John Pierce St. John ran with Maryland legislator William Daniel on the National Prohibition Party ticket in 1884, losing to Grover Cleveland. Bottom's up!
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  2. Florida Democratic Party convention fan, 1983.
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  3. Run Jesse Run!
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  4. New York Governor and US Supreme Court Justice Charles Hughes lost to Woodrow Wilson in 1916.
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  5. William Jennings Bryan. Democratic presidential nominee 1896, 1900, 1908. Lost to McKinley twice then to Taft. This one is autographed.
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  6. Publisher Horace Greeley lost to Ulysses Grant in 1872. His presidential prospects went south, young man!
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  7. Rep. Shirley Chisolm, D-NY, the first African-American woman elected to Congress and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination.
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  8. Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Az. In your heart, you know he's right.
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