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|Confederate States presidential election, 1921|
|November 3, 1921|
|Nominee||Joseph T. Robinson
|Home state||Missouri||South Carolina|
|Running mate||Jackson Stowe Turner||John Nance Garner|
Facing much anti-Whig dissent after the Confederacy's entrance into World War I, not to mention an economic downturn, Whig nominee
James F. Byrnes knew before the election that he had little chance of winning the election. To better his chances, he nominated Democrat Speaker of the House John Nance Garner for Vice-President, to no avail.
Democratic nominee Joseph T. Robinson won Easily.