Woodrow Wilson nominated Democratic presidential candidate

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Historical Context Note

Woodrow Wilson (28th December, 1856 - 3rd February, 1924), then the New Jersey Governor, was nominated Democratic presidential candidate at the 1912 Democratic Convention, held in Baltimore from 25th of June to the 2nd of July.

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