Lincoln and FDR face off in final Presidential Madness round

    What began as a full-fledged bracket has now been whittled down to two. The final face-off of the National Constitution Center’s Presidential Madness tournament comes down to Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

    FDR prevailed despite an early lead from Bush, who had already handily defeated Obama, Clinton and Reagan. Lincoln defeated Polk, Garfield and Cleveland to make it to the final round, and FDR wound up with 545 votes to Bush’s 386.

     

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