Not including Donald Trump, who was the last sitting president not to throw out the ceremonial first pitch on a major league baseball Opening Day?
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Last week’s question was: Since 1900, what president received the fewest electoral votes in his bid for re-election, as well as the lowest vote percentage?
The answer? William Howard Taft. Seeking a second term in 1912 and running against Democrat Woodrow Wilson and Progressive Theodore Roosevelt — a former president himself — Taft finished in third place with just 8 electoral votes and 23% of the popular vote.
And the randomly selected winner is … Forrest Rittmann of Midlothian, Va. Forrest wins the coveted Political Junkie button.
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