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11 Facts About William McKinley
6. In the wake of Cleveland's victory, William McKinley was seen by some as the likely Republican candidate in 1896.
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7. In the end, William McKinley lost by 300 votes, but the Republicans won a statewide majority and claimed a moral victory.
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9. With the Republicans in the minority, William McKinley was given unimportant committee assignments, which he undertook conscientiously.
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10. On March 7, 1883, William McKinley was elected as a First Class Companion of the District of Columbia Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States—a military society of officers who served in the Union armed forces during the American Civil War and their descendants.
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