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Name:Timiyah Smith-WashingtonDate:12/09 School:GSHSFacilitator:Susan Nelson 11.04 Election and Secession I. Election and Secession:Fill in the blanks using information from the lesson. 1.The Republican Party was formed to oppose the spread of slaveryin the United States. The first Presidential candidate for the Republican Party was in Philadelphiain the 1856 Election. 2.The Seven Lincoln- DouglasDebates and the Copper UnionAddress made Lincoln a viable, though unlikely Republican Candidate for president. 3.The Presidential Election of 1860was the most critical election in United States history because the United Stateswas at stake. 4.The Presidential Election of 1860 produced 4 candidates for president. They were: William L. Yancey(Northern Democrat) John C. Breckinridge (Southern Democrat) John Bell(Constitutional Union Party) Abraham Lincoln (Republican) 5.The split in the DemocraticParty guaranteed a win for Abraham Lincolnand the new Republican Party in the Election of 1860. 6.Southern states believed that Lincoln would try to undermine slavery as president. As a