John Kennedy won the 1960 presidential election by 112,827, votes, barely one-one seventeenth of a percent. Richard Nixon won more states. Over 109 million people were eligible to vote. Despite rumors of fraud (68 million people voted while only 64 million were registered to vote) history has proven otherwise. Learn if the Irish American Catholic vote made a difference in the popular and Electoral College count.
Our Kennedy tour begins in 1850 and transcends John Kennedy and his brother’s impact on the nation through 2004. Generations that competed against each other in Boston, Washington and the world, eventually merge in a common cause.