Trivia: Congress decided the winner of which presidential election?
The correct answer is 1876
So why is this answer correct? : The presidential election of 1876 was a bitter contest between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel Tilden, resulting in 20 disputed electoral votes across four states. Congress formed an electoral commission of five senators, five representatives, and five Supreme Court justices to determine a winner. Ultimately, this commission awarded all 20 electoral votes to Hayes, giving him a victory over Tilden by 185 to 184.