Democratic-Republican James Monroe easily defeated Federalist Rufus King to win the presidential election.
John Quincy Adams was elected president of the United States.
Democrat James K. Polk was elected president of the United States over Whig candidate Henry Clay.
Whig candidate Zachary Taylor was elected president of the United States over Democrat Lewis Cass and Free Soil Party nominee Martin Van Buren.
James Buchanan was elected the fifteenth president of the United States, beating out Republican John C. Fremont and Know Nothing Party candidate Millard Fillmore.
Incumbent President Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to a third term in office over Republican nominee Wendell Willkie.
Republican Warren G. Harding, with Calvin Coolidge as his running mate, was elected president over the Democratic nominee, James M. Cox.
Republican incumbent Calvin Coolidge, who became upon the death of Warren G. Harding, was easily elected over Progressive and Democratic candidates.
Republican Herbert Hoover was elected president over Democratic nominee Al Smith.
Woodrow Wilson was re-elected president of the United States, having used the motto, “He kept us out of the war,” as a campaign slogan.