As a result, several states had a different number of electors in the U.S. Electoral College in 2004 than in 2000, since the number of electors ... (This table uses the currently common Red→Republican, Blue→Democratic color association, as do the maps on this page.
Electoral maps for the US presidential election from 1972 to present.
Results of the presidential election of 2004, won by George W. Bush with 286 electoral votes. ... As in the 2000 presidential election, voting controversies and concerns of irregularities emerged during and after the vote. ... This map is shaded by how large the popular vote difference was between the two nominees. It is a ...
Create an alternate history with this 2004 interactive electoral map. Develop your own what-if scenarios. Change the president, the states won and the nominees.
Election Notes: In Minnesota, one Kerry Elector voted for John Edwards ( President) and John Edwards (Vice President); Electoral Vote Map Note: there is no implied geographical significance as to the location of the shaded areas for Minnesota's split electoral votes. The 2004 Campaign: General Election Candidates ...
Election Results. Ben Werschkul/NYTimes.com. Loading... PREVIOUS ELECTIONS. RESULTS: THE GOVERNORS. RESULTS: THE HOUSE. RESULTS: THE SENATE ... RESULTS MAP. COMPLETE RESULTS >>. VIEW MAP ACCORDING TO: GEOGRAPHY. ELECTORAL VOTES. Kerry Victory. Not Called. Bush Victory.
CNN.com users successfully predicted who Sen. John Kerry would choose as his vice presidential running mate in the quadrennial single elimination NCAA-style game. • View Veepstakes results. John Kerry defeated nine other challengers to win the Democratic presidential nomination with momentum building from the ...
The American Presidency Project contains the most comprehensive collection of resources pertaining to the study of the President of the United States. Compiled by John Woolley and Gerhard Peters. ... Election of 2004 ... 2004 Electoral College Map ...
U.S. presidents are elected to four-year terms by 538 Electoral College voters, one per senator and representative from each state, plus three from the District of Columbia. In 38 states, the voters are required by law to vote for the candidate who won the popular voter in their state, although all electors usually cast a ballot for ...