Dwight Eisenhower won the presidential election twice against which opponent during the 1950s?
Baby Boomers may not have yet reached the age of suffrage during this period, but they probably would have heard their parents talking about politics. In 1952, former WWII Commander Dwight Eisenhower, running on the Republican ticket, won the US Presidential Elections in a landslide victory over Illinois Governor, Adlai Stevenson II, with the electoral votes counting 442-89. Eisenhower would defeat Stevenson again four years later. And this election is still the most recent one to be a rematch of the previous election.