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ELECTORAL VOTE BY STATES FOR PRESIDENT-1892

TO 1908.

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Alabama,
Arkansas,
California,
Colorado,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Idabo,
Illinois,
Indiana,
Iowa,
Kansas,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland,
Massachusetts,
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi,
Missouri,
Montana,
Nebraska,
Nevada,
New Hampshire,
New Jersey,
New York,
North Carolina,
North Dakota,
Ohio,
Oklahoma,
Oregon,
Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolina,
South Dakota,
Tennessee,
Texas,
Utah,
Vermont,
Virginia,
Washington,
West Virginia,
Wisconsin,
Wyoming,

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Total,

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Number of states voting,

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Alabama,
Arizona,
Arkansas,
Cailfornia,
Colorado,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Idabo,
Hlinois,
Indiana,
Iowa,
Kansas,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland,
Massachusetts,
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi,
Missouri,
Montada,
Nebraska,
Nevada,
New Hampshire,
New Jersey.
New Mexico,
New York.
North Carolina,
North Dakota,
Oblo,
Oklahoma,
Oregon,
Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolina,
South Dakota,
Tennessee,
Texas,
Ctab.
Vermont,
Virginia,
Washington,
West Virginia,
Wisconsin,
Wyoming.

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Numher of states voting.

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

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1789
George Washington,

69
Julio Adamus.

34
Joho Jas.
R. I. Harrison,
John Rutledge,
John Hancock,
George Clinton.
Samuel luutiogdon,
Joho Jilton.
James Armstrong,
Benjamio Lincolo,
Edward Telfair.

Vacuucies,
1792 Federalist,
George Washington,

132
Federalist,
John Adams.

77
Republican,
George Clinton,

50 Thomas Jefferson, Aaron Burr,

1 Vacancies,

3

8 1798 Federalist, John Adams,

71
Republican.
Thomas Jefferson,

88
Federalist,
l'holoug Pinckney.

50 Republican, Aario Burr.

30 Sanuel Adains,

15 Oliver Ellsworth,

11 George Clinton,

7 Joho Jay.

5 James Iredell,

8
George Washington,
Jobo Henry,
S. Johnson,

Charles C. Pinckney.
1800 Republican,
Thomas Jefferson.

178
Republican,
Aaron Burr.

173
Federalist,
John Adamg.

65 Federalist,

Charles C. Pinckney,
John Jay,

1 Thomas Jefferson,

162 porge Clinton.

162 1804 Republican, Charles C. Pinckney.

iufus hing.

14 Federalist, James Madison,

12 Teorge Clinton,

113 1808 Republican, Charles C. Pinckney,

{ulus King.

47 George Clinton,

6 ohu Langdon,

9 Federalist,

Jannes Madison,

3 James Monroe,

3 Vacancy,

1

1 1812 Republican, James Madison.

128 'Elbridge Gerry.

131 Federalist. De litt Clinton,

89 Jared logersoll, Vacancy

1

1 1816 Republican, James Monroe.

183 D. D. Tompkins, 183 Federalist, Rufus King,

34 Joho E. Howard,

22 James Ross.

5 Joho Marshall,

Robt. G. Harper,
Vacancies,
1820 Republican,
Janies Monroe,

231 D. D. Tompkins, 218 Opposition, Jobo Quincy Adams,

1

Richard Stockton,
Daniel Rotury.
Roht. G. Harper,

Richard Rush,
Vacancies,

8 *Previous to the election of 1804, each elector voted for two candidates for President: the one receiving the bighext oomber of votes, if a majority, was derlared elected President, and the paxt highew1. Vle-l'rewident.

There haring been a tle vote, the choice derolred opon the House of Representatives. А Chantre was made on the 30th ballot. while was as follows : Jefferson-linorrla. 'Kentucky. Mary. land, New Jersey. New York, North Carolina, Pemixrlvalla. Tenneexre, Vermont and Virginis-10 states: Burr-Connecticut, Massarburetts, New Hampshire and Rhode island-4 states ; BlankDelaware and South Carolina-2 states.

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174

1824 Republican, Andrew Jackson,

155,872 *99 Joba O. Calhoun,

187 Coalition, John Quincy Adams,

105,321 84 Natbad Sanford. Republican, Wm. H. Crawford,

44,282 41

Nathaniel Macon,
Republican,
Henry Clay,

46,587 37 Andrew Jackson,

M. Van Buren,
Henry Clay,

2 Vacancy.

1 1828 Democratic, Andrew Jackson,

847,231 178 John C. Calhoun, 177 Nat. Repub., John Quincy Adams

509,097 83 Richard Rush,

83 William Smith,

7 1832 Democratic, Andrew Jackson, 687,502 219 M. Van Buren,

189 Nat. Repub., Henry Clay,

530,159 49 John Sergeant,

49 Independent, John Floyd,

33, 108 11 Henry Lee,

11 Anti-Mason, William Wirt,

7 Amos Ellmaker,

7 William Wilkins,

30 Vacancies.

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2 1836 Democratic, Martin Van Buren, 761,549 170 R. M. Johnson,t

147 Whlg. Wm. H. Harrison,

73 Francis Granger,

77
Whig.
Hugh L. White,

26 Job Tyler,
Whig,
Daniel Webster,
736,656 14 William Smith,

23
Whig.
W. P. Magnum,

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1840 Whig.
Wm. H. Harrison,

1,275,017
234 John Tyler,

234 Democratie, Martin Van Buren,

1,128,702 60 K. V. Johnson.
Liberty.
James G. Birney,

7,059 Francis Lemoyne,
L. W. Tazewell.

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James K. Polk,
1844 Democratic,
James K. Polk,

1,337,243 170 George M. Dallas,
Whig.
Henry Clay,

1,299,068 105 T. Frelinghuysen.
Liberty.
James G. Birney,

62,300

Thomas Morris.
1848
Whig.
Zachary Taylor,

1,360, 101 163 Millard Fillmore,
Democratic,
Lewis Cass,

1,220.544 127 m. O. Butler.
Free Soil,
Martin Van Buren,

291, 263

Charles F. Adams,
1852 Democratic,
Franklin Pierce.

1.601,474 254 Wm. R. King,
Whig.
Winfield Scott,

1,386,578 42 Wm. A. Graham,
Free Dem..
John P. Hale,

156,149

George W. Julian, 1856 Democratic. James Buchanan.

1,838.165 174 J. C. Breckenridge. Republican, John C. Freemont, 1,341.040 114 Wm. L. Dayton,

114 American, Millard Fillmore, 874,548 8

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A. J. Donelson, 1860 Republican, Abraham Lincoln, 1,866, 152 180 Hannibal Hamlin,

180 Democratie, J. C. Breckenridge,

72

847,953 72 Joseph Lane,
Cons. Union. John Bell,

590,631 39 Edward Everett.
Ind. Dem..
S. A. Douglass,

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1,375,157 12 H. V. Johnson, 1864 Republican, Abraham Lincoln, 2.223.0351 212 Andrew Johnson,

21 Democratic, George B. McClellan,

21 1,811,754 21 G. H. Pendleton, States not voting,

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81 1868 Republican, Ulysses S. Grant, 3,013,188 214 Schuyler Colfax.

214 Democratic, Horatio Seymour,

2,703,670 80 F. P. Blair, Jr.. States not voting,

23 1872 Republican, Ulysses S. Grart,

3.579,693 286 Henry Wilson, Dem. and Llb.. Horace Greeley,

2,812,505

B. Gratz Brown,
Democratic,
Charleg O'Connor,

29,408

George W. Julian.
Temperauce. James Black,

5,608 A. H. Colquitt,
Thos. A. Hendricks,

42 John M. Palmer, B. Gratz Brown,

18 T. E. Bramlette, Charles J. Jenkins,

2 W. S. Groesbeck, David Davis,

1 Willis B. Machen,

N. P. Banks,
Not counted,

17
1870 Republican,
R. B. Hayes,

4,048.218 185 Wm. A. Wheeler,
Democratic,
Samuel J. Tilden,

4,299,893 184 T. A. Hendricks,
Greenback,
Peter Cooper

81,740

Samuel Cary,
Probibition. Green Clay Smith,

9,522

G. T. Stewart.
Scattering,

2,636 *No choice having been made by the electoral college, the choice devolved upon the House of

A choice was made on the first hallot, which was as follows ? Adams_connett York, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont-13 states : Jackson-Alabama, Indiana. Mississippi. Non Jersey. Onio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee-7 states; Crawford - Delaware,"Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia-4 states.

No candidate having received a majority of the votes of the electoral college, the elected R. M. Johnson, Vice-President, who received 33 votos: Francis Granger received 16.

I Eleven states did not vote, viz? Alabama, Arkansas, Fiorida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi. North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

Three states did not vote, viz: Mississippi, Texas and Virginia.

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1800 Republican.

James A. Garfield,
Democratie, Winfield S. Hancock.
| Greenback,

Jannes B. Weaver,
Probibition, Neal Dow,
American,

John W. Phelps,

Scattering,
1884 Democratic, Grover Cleveland,
! Republican,

James G. Blaine,
Prohibition,

John P. St. John,
| Greenback,

Benjamin F. Butler,

Scattering. 1888 Republican,

Benjamin Harrison,
Democratic Grover Cleveland,
Probibition, Clinton B. Fisk,
Union-Labor. Alson J. Streeter,
American,

James L. Curtis,
United Labor, Robert H. Cowdrey.
| Equal Rights, Belva Lockwood.

| Indus. Reform, Alfred E. Redstone. 1892 Democratic, Grover Cleveland, Republican,

Benjamin Harrison,
People's

James B. Weaver,
Prohibition, John Bidwell,

Socialist Labor,.. Simon Wing. 1898 Republican,

William McKinley,
Democratic,

Wiliam J. Bryan.
Prohibition, Joshua Levering.
People's,

William J. Bryan.
Socialist Labor, Charles H. Matchett.
National,

Charles E. Bentley,
National Demo-
cratic,

John M. Palmer,
Republican, William McKinley,
Democratic, Willam J. Bryan,
Prohibition, John G. Woolley.
Socialist Labor, Joseph F. Malloney,
People's,

Wharton Barker,
Social Democratic, Eugene V. Debs,
Union Reform, Seth H. Ellis.

United Christlar, J. F. R. Leonard, 1904 Republican.

Theodore Roosevelt,
Democratic Alton Brooks Parker,
Prohibition, Silas C. Swallow,
People's,

Thomas E. Watson,
Socialist.

Eugene V. Debs,
Socialist Labor, Charles H. Corregan,

Seattering,
1908
Republican,

Mam H. Taft,
Democratic

William J. Bryan,
! Probibition, Eugene W. Chafin,
| Socialist,

Eugene V. Debs,
Independence, Thomas T. Hisgen.
Socialist Labor.. August Gillhaus,
People's,

Thornas E. Watson,
United Christian, Daniel Braxton Turney..
1912 Democratic, Wondrow Wilson,
Republiean.

William H. Taft.
Prohibition, Eugene W. Chafin,
Socialist,

Fugene V. Debs,
Socialist Labor,. Arthur E. Reimer,

Bull Moose. Theodore Roosevelt,
1 Roosevelt

Pro
gressive,

Theodore Roosevelt,
Progressive, Theodore Roosevelt,

Washington. Theodore Roosevelt, 1916 | Democratic. Woodrow Wilson,

Progressive,
Republican, Charles E. Hughes,
Socialist.

Allan J. Benson,
Prohibition. J. Frank Hanly,
Socialist Labor,.' Arthur E. Reimer,
Seattering

214 Chester A. Arthur, 4,442,109 150 Wm. H. English, 156 807,286

B. J. Chambers, 10,805

H. A. Thompson,
707

Sam. 0. Pomeroy.
989
4,911,017 219 T. A. Hendricks,

219 4,848.384 182 John A. Logan,

182 151,345

William Daniel,
133.515

A. M. West,
11,362
5,444,053 233
Levi P. Morton,

233 5,538,536 168

Allen G. Thurman, 166 248,997

John A. Brooks,

Charles E. Cunning-
146, 100

ham,
James R. Greer,
W. H. T. Wakefield,-
Charles S. Wells,
John Colvin,

Adlai E. Stevenson, 277
5,556,533 277
Whitelaw Reid,

145 5,175.577 145 James G. Field.

22 1,122.045 22

James B. Cranfill. 279,191

0, H. Matchett,
21,171

G. A. Hobart,
7,107,304
271

271
Arthur Sewall,
6,292,423

176 176

Hale Johnson, 130.753

T. E. Watson, 240.657

Matthew Maguire, 83,545

J. H. Southgate,
13,955

S. B. Buckner,
133.542
Theodore Roosevelt,

292
7,219,524 292
Adlai E. Stevenson,

155 6,358,007 165

Henry B. Metcalf, 207,429

l'alentine Remmel, 33.425

Ignatius Donnelly, 50, 109

Job Harriman, 95,897

Samuel T. Nicholas, 5.696

D. H. Martin. 518

Charles W. Fairbanks, 336 7,628,856 836

Heury G. Davis, 5.081.200 140

George W. Carroll. 259,025

Thomas H. Tibbles, 114.129

{enjamin Hanford,
402.774

William W. Cox,
33,509
5.801

321

lames S, Sherinan, 321 182 John W. Kern,

162 252.919

Aaron S. Watkins, 418,758

Benjamin Hanford. 89 887

John Temple Graves, 16,040

Donald L. Munro,

Samuel W. Williams,
29,194
483

L. S. Coffin,
6.291.1963 435

Thomas R. Marshall, 435 3.484.RRI

James S. Sherman, 8 207.935

Aaron S. Watkins, 890, 162

Emil Seidel 26.842

August Gillhaus,

1900

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