And could foreign campaigns be added?Oh shoot, 1876 would be good. 1884 or 1888 would also be good. "Mama, where's my Pa!"
I've felt that those plus 1836, 1852, and 1892 could be fun early American third party runs, what with 1836 Whigs running four candidates to throw it to the House, 1856 being the other time an election could've (in my opinion) sparked a civil war; and 1892 as James B. Weaver's best chance for an ascendant third party besides the whole Cleveland vs Harrison of it all.To this, I would add 1824, 1832 and 1876.
While Wallace might be fun, Thurmond could come only if Truman suports civil rights and even after, he was essentially a regional candidate, strong in the Deep South but unexistant elsewhere. The only places he ran in apart in the South were California and, oddly, North Dakota.On another note, I feel like 1948 was a bit of a missed opportunity on not including Henry Wallace or Strom Thurmond as candidates as that's just about the last time four candidates would have a decent chance at throwing the election to Congress since the aforementioned 1836.