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Why was the election of 1864 notable? A. It was decided by the House of Representatives. B. It included a vote to abolish slavery. C. It happened despite being in the middle of a Civil War. D. It was the first election to feature a Republican candidate.
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The election of 1864 was notable because: It happened despite being in the middle of a Civil War.
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The election of 1864 was notable because: It happened despite being in the middle of a Civil War.
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