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Tara Gianforcaro Caroline Tumolo Background * At age 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest president to win the presidential election in 1960 against Richard Nixon. * He was the first Roman Catholic President at that time. * This was the closest election in US history. He won by ½ percent of the total votes. * He is the 35th President of the United States of America Assassination * Kennedy was traveling with Jackie (his wife), John Conally (governor of Texas), and his wife in the Presidential motorcade through the Dealy Plaza in Dallas.