Democrats nominated Woodrow Wilson for the presidency in 1912 even though he had never held office, and he won. On March 4, 1913, he took the oath of office from Chief Justice Edward D. White.
Democrats nominated Woodrow Wilson for the presidency in 1912 even though he had never held office, and he won. On March 4, 1913, he took the oath of office from Chief Justice Edward D. White. The Associated Press ASSOCIATED PRESS
Democrats nominated Woodrow Wilson for the presidency in 1912 even though he had never held office, and he won. On March 4, 1913, he took the oath of office from Chief Justice Edward D. White. The Associated Press ASSOCIATED PRESS

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