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President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was shot during a motorcade drive through downtown Dallas this afternoon. He died in the emergency room of the Parkland Memorial Hospital 32 minutes after the attack. He was 46 years old. He is the third President to be assassinated in office since Abraham Lincoln and the first since President McKinley in 1901.
In the late afternoon the Dallas police took into custody a former Marine, one Lee H. Oswald, aged 24, who is alleged to have shot a policeman outside a theatre. He is said to have remarked only, "It is all over now." He is the chairman of a group called the "Fair Play for Cuba Committee," and is married to a Russian girl. He is described at the moment as "a prime suspect."
JFK & OBAMA. JFK's words reverberate infinitely throughout time, touching our time and our destiny, with Obama taking the torch that JFK passes on to him... "MOVE AMERICA FORWARD"
On November 8, 1960 John F. Kennedy was elected the 35th president of the United States of America. He won with 303 electoral votes and about 49 percent of the popular vote.
But would that be the case with the electoral college of 2016? Would John F. Kennedy still be president if the electoral college of 2016 was the one used in 1960? Would Nixon be president instead?