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*The vote given above is for the highest elector on each of the several tickets.
The vote given above is for the highest elector on each of the several tickets. The Roosevelt electors in California were on the Republican Progressive ticket. There was but one set of Republican Presidential electors in South Dakota and they as electors cast their votes for Theodore Roosevelt for President, and Hiram W. Johnson for Vice-President
The vote given above is for the highest elector on each of the several tickets. +Theodore Roosevelt, nominee for President on the Progressive ticket, withdrew, but John M. Parker, the candidate for Vice-President, remained on the ticket.
Includes scattering vote of 10,452, of which 9,659 were cast in New York State on the "American" ticket for Charles Evans Hughes, the Republican nominee for President, and 793 for other persons.
*The vote given above is for the highest elector on each of the several tickets. The returns were received from the Secretaries of State of the respective States.
Includes scattering vote of 76,211, of which 93 were cast in Delaware, 115 in Idaho, 339 in Louisiana, 27 in Pennsylvania, and 56 in Vermont; also 366 Insurgent Republican in South Carolina; and 27,247 Black and Tan Republican, and 47,968 American Party, in Texas.
ELECTORAL VOTE BY STATES FOR PRESIDENT-1868 TO
*Mississippi, Texas and Virginia did not vote in 1868.
In 1872, Horace Greeley, Democratic and Liberal-Republican candidate for President, having died before the electoral vote was cast, the Greeley electors voted as above for Thomas A. Hen dricks, in five states. Kentucky, Georgia and Missouri cast 1 electoral vote for B. Gratz Brown. of Missouri, for President; Georgia, 2 votes for C. J. Jenkins, of Georgia, and Missouri, 1 vote for David Davis, of Illinois; and 17 votes irregularly cast were not counted by Congress.