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In 2006 Free New York a nonprofit and nonpartisan research group began raising funds to purchase the former Fairfield Library in Buffalo New York and transform it into the Grover Cleveland Presidential Library & Museum. Hill used all of his influence to block Peckham's confirmation and on February 16 1894 the Senate rejected the nomination by a vote of 32 to 41. Election of 1892
Cleveland's stature as an ex-president and recent pronouncements on the monetary issues made him a leading contender for the Democratic nomination.
Even so his reputation for honesty and good character survived the troubles of his second term. Indeed as a reformer his prestige was so strong that the reform wing of the Republican Party called "Mugwumps" largely bolted the GOP ticket and swung to his support in 1884. Stephen Grover Cleveland (March 18 1837 – June 24 1908) was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States.