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|HUMPHREY FOR VICE-PRESIDENT
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Former Minnesota State Senator, Hubert Humphrey Jr. was the running mate of former U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson during the 1964 presidential election. With Johnson's presidential victory during that election, Humphrey became the U.S. 38th Vice President. After serving a term in office, Humphrey won the Democratic Party presidential nomination for the U.S. presidential election of 1968, but was defeated by Richard Nixon, former U.S. Vice President under the Eisenhower administration.