Harrison victory parade, 1888.
- the first time an incumbent Democratic president had been renominated since Dutch speaking Martin Van Buren in 1840.
- Only in 3 other elections the winner in popular votes did not become the president: Andrew Jackson in 1824, Samuel J. Tilden in 1876, and Al Gore in 2000.
- If in New York, Cleveland's home state, 7187 voters (from the 1.319.748) would have voted for Cleveland instead of Harrison the latter would have lost the election (source).
- When the former First Lady Frances Cleveland left the White House, she assured the staff that they would return in four years, which they did.
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