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ELECTORAL VOTE BY STATES FOR PRESIDENT-1892

TO 1908.

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POPULAR AND

ELECTORAL VOTE OF THE UNITED STATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT—1789— 1920.

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231 D. D. Tompkins,
1 Richard Stockton,
Damel Ronury.
Robt. G. Harper,
Richard Rush.

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Electoral.

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77

50

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68

59

30

15

11

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173

65

64 1 162 14 113

47

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1 131 86 1 183 22

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218

Vacancies,

*Previous to the election of 1804, each elector voted for two candidates for President: the one receiving the highest number of votes, if a majority, was declared elected President. and the next highest. Vice-l'resident.

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There having been a tle vote, the choice devolved upon the House of Representatives. choice was made on the 36th ballot, which was as follows: Jefferson-Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland. New Jersey. New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia -10 states: Burr-Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island-4 states; BlankDelaware and South Carolina-2 states.

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Vote.

Popular.

155,872

105,321
44,282
46,587

647,231
509,097

687,502
530,189
33,108

761,549

1,275,017
1,128,702
7,059

1,337,243
1,299.068

736,656 14
11
234
60

62,300 1,360, 101 1,220.544

291,263 1.601,474 1,386,578

156,149

1,838,165
1,341,040

874,548
1,866,452

3,013,188
2,703,670

Electoral.

3.579,693
2,842,505
29,408

5,608

John Tyler,
R. M. Johnson.
Francis Lemoyne,
L. W. Tazewell,
James K. Polk,
170 George M. Dallas.
105 T. Frelinghuysen,

Thomas Morris.
Millard Fillmore,
Wm. O. Butler,
Charles F. Adams.
Wm. R. King,
Wm. A. Graham,
George W. Julian,
J. C. Breckenridge.
Wm. L. Dayton,
A. J. Donelson,
180 Hannibal Hamlin,
72 Joseph Lane,
590,631 39 Edward Everett,
1,375,157 12 H. V. Johnson,
2,223,035 212 Andrew Johnson.
1,811,754 21 G. H. Pendleton.

847,953

81

4,048.248
4,299,893
81,740
9,522
2,636

*99 John C. Calhoun.
84 Nathan Sanford.
41 Nathaniel Macon.
87 Andrew Jackson,
M. Van Buren,
Henry Clay,
Vacancy.

178

John C. Calhoun,
83 Richard Rush,
William Smith.

219 M. Van Buren,
49 John Sergeant,
11 Henry Lee,

7 Amos Ellmaker,
William Wilkins,

Vice-Presidents.

2

170 R. M. Johnson,t
73 Francis Granger,
26 John Tyler,

William Smith.

Candidates.

163
127

254 42

174
114

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214 Schuyler Colfax,
80 F. P. Blair, Jr..
23

286 Henry Wilson,

B. Gratz Brown, George W. Julian. A. H. Colquitt, 42 John M. Palmer, 18 T. E. Bramlette, 2 W. S. Groesbeck, 1 Willis B. Machen. N. P. Banks,

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185 Wm. A. Wheeler,
184 T. A. Hendricks.
Samuel Cary,
G. T. Stewart.

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No choice having been made by the electoral college, the choice devolved upon the Horse f Representatives. cut, Illinois. New York, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont-13 states: Jackson Alabama, Indiana, Mississippi New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee-7 states; Crawford-Delaware, Georgia,

A choice was made on the first ballot, which was as follows: Adams-Connect.

North Carolina and

No candidate having received a majority of the votes of the electoral college, the Senate

elected R. M. Johnson, Vice-President, who received 33 votes; Francis Granger received 16.
states not
Florida,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Three states did not vote, viz: Mississippi, Texas and Virginia.

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POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE Continued.

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Charles W. Fairbanks, 254
George R. Kirkpatrick.
Ira Landrith,
Caleb Harrison.

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