One Term U.S. Presidents

Name the the U.S. Presidents who served one term or a portion of one term, ran for re-election, and lost their bid to secure a second consecutive term.
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Last updated: July 27, 2021
First submittedFebruary 1, 2016
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John Adams
John Quincy Adams
Martin Van Buren
Grover Cleveland
Benjamin Harrison
William Taft
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Herbert Hoover
Gerald Ford
Jimmy Carter
George H. W. Bush
Donald Trump
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Level 52
Oct 11, 2016
Cleveland served two terms. They were non-consecutive but still were two.
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Level 78
Oct 11, 2016
Agreed, but see the quiz description.
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Level 30
Mar 29, 2017
But he did lose reelection
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Level 25
May 4, 2018
Ford didn't serve a term. He served less than a term.
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Level 78
May 7, 2018
True. I should tweak the description.
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Level 59
Nov 25, 2020
The tangerine-color tantrum thrower is missing. This quiz needs to be updated
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Level 66
Aug 2, 2021
William Henry Harrison served only one month but is not included
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Level 67
Aug 2, 2021
#failing marest is spreading more liberal #fakenews about stolen election! Very unfair!
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Level 67
Aug 2, 2021
Wouldn't it be more accurate to call this quiz "presidents who lost re-election"? It would be the exact same list, and you wouldn't arbitrarily be excluding Polk, Buchanan, and Hayes, who were also one-term presidents. Either way, Pierce should be on this list. He ran for re-election but was defeated in the primary.
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Level 78
Aug 2, 2021
I think Pierce technically withdrew his name from the ballot at the convention. I could probably change the title to "presidents that lost re-election", but I think of it as presidents that were one-termers not by choice, plus it doesn't have the same ring to it. I also was thinking about presidents that lost the general election.