Originally published 04/28/2016
Ronald L. Feinman
A total of 28 conventions in American political history involved multiple ballots.
Originally published 03/30/2016
Since the Civil War, the Republican party has had eight candidates which took multiple ballots to decide while the Democratic party has had ten.
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