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1888 United States presidential election in Colorado

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1888 United States presidential election in Colorado

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Nominee Benjamin Harrison Grover Cleveland
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Indiana New York
Running mate Levi P. Morton Allen G. Thurman
Electoral vote 3 0
Popular vote 50,772 37,549
Percentage 55.22% 40.84%

President before election

Grover Cleveland
Democratic

Elected President

Benjamin Harrison
Republican

The 1888 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 6, 1888, as part of the 1888 United States presidential election. Voters chose three representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Colorado voted for the Republican nominee, Benjamin Harrison, over the Democratic nominee, incumbent President Grover Cleveland. Harrison won the state by a margin of 14.38 points.

With 55.22 percent of the popular vote, Colorado proved to be Harrison's fifth strongest victory in terms of percentage in the popular vote after Vermont, Nevada, Maine and Kansas.[1] This was nonetheless the last election of an era when Colorado had like the Plains States to its east been solidly Republican, with that party continuously controlling the legislature and holding the governorship for five of seven terms. Widespread criticism of the national party for its monetary policy[2] in a state that was the major producer of silver in the United States[3] and was resentful of the Northeast[4] – where the Republican Party’s power base was located – would turn the state into a Populist stronghold and then a Democratic-leaning state until after World War I.

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Results

1888 United States presidential election in Colorado[5]
Party Candidate Running mate Popular vote Electoral vote
Count % Count %
Republican Benjamin Harrison of Indiana Levi Parsons Morton of New York 50,772 55.22% 3 100.00%
Democratic Grover Cleveland of New York Allen Granberry Thurman of Ohio 37,549 40.84% 0 0.00%
Prohibition Clinton Bowen Fisk of New Jersey John Anderson Brooks of Missouri 2,182 2.37% 0 0.00%
Labor Alson Streeter of Illinois Charles E. Cunningham of Arkansas 1,266 1.38% 0 0.00%
N/A Others Others 177 0.19% 0 0.00%
Total 91,946 100.00% 3 100.00%

Results by county

County Benjamin Harrison[6]
Republican
Stephen Grover Cleveland[6]
Democratic
Clinton Bowen Fisk[7]
Prohibition
Alson Jenness Streeter[7]
Union Labor
Various candidates[7]
Other parties
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Grand 64.80% 162 33.20% 83 0.80% 2 0.40% 1 0.80% 2 31.60% 79
Weld 57.56% 1,942 30.71% 1,036 4.86% 164 6.88% 232 26.85% 906
Clear Creek 60.62% 1,244 33.92% 696 4.68% 96 0.78% 16 26.71% 548
Rio Grande 61.52% 454 35.37% 261 2.03% 15 1.08% 8 26.15% 193
Routt 62.24% 366 37.24% 219 0.34% 2 0.00% 0 0.17% 1 25.00% 147
El Paso 60.58% 2,164 35.86% 1,281 3.53% 126 0.00% 0 0.03% 1 24.72% 883
Archuleta 62.25% 127 37.75% 77 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 24.51% 50
Larimer 58.31% 1,322 33.92% 769 6.79% 154 0.97% 22 24.39% 553
Washington 59.12% 810 36.86% 505 3.07% 42 0.95% 13 22.26% 305
Logan 57.19% 1,086 35.23% 669 5.11% 97 2.32% 44 0.16% 33 21.96% 417
Custer 60.10% 574 39.16% 374 0.63% 6 0.10% 1 20.94% 200
Eagle 59.98% 604 39.72% 400 0.30% 3 0.00% 0 20.26% 204
Conejos 59.26% 982 40.37% 669 0.30% 5 0.00% 0 0.06% 1 18.89% 313
Gunnison 55.73% 904 38.04% 617 1.11% 18 5.12% 83 17.69% 287
San Miguel 57.51% 540 40.26% 378 0.32% 3 1.70% 16 0.21% 2 17.25% 162
Saguache 57.76% 592 41.76% 428 0.49% 5 0.00% 0 16.00% 164
Fremont 49.91% 1,123 34.04% 766 4.71% 106 11.33% 255 15.87% 357
Arapahoe 56.55% 11,541 40.77% 8,320 2.18% 445 0.49% 99 0.01% 3 15.78% 3,221
Boulder 54.98% 1,639 39.45% 1,176 4.09% 122 1.41% 42 0.07% 2 15.53% 463
Hinsdale 57.66% 158 42.34% 116 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 15.33% 42
Dolores 57.61% 140 42.39% 103 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 15.23% 37
Montrose 55.65% 512 40.43% 372 2.28% 21 1.63% 15 15.22% 140
Elbert 56.89% 784 41.94% 578 1.09% 15 0.00% 0 0.07% 1 14.95% 206
Garfield 56.63% 1,110 41.84% 820 1.53% 30 0.00% 0 14.80% 290
Chaffee 56.21% 1,277 41.42% 941 2.07% 47 0.31% 7 14.79% 336
San Juan 55.21% 392 40.42% 287 0.00% 0 4.37% 31 14.79% 105
Gilpin 53.09% 953 38.33% 688 5.46% 98 3.06% 55 0.06% 1 14.76% 265
Costilla 56.46% 507 42.65% 383 0.33% 3 0.56% 5 13.81% 124
Ouray 55.29% 961 42.17% 733 0.52% 9 2.01% 35 13.12% 228
Park 56.30% 764 43.33% 588 0.37% 5 0.00% 0 12.97% 176
Summit 55.63% 701 44.21% 557 0.00% 0 0.16% 2 11.43% 144
Jefferson 52.92% 970 41.84% 767 4.91% 90 0.27% 5 0.05% 1 11.07% 203
Pitkin 54.82% 1,524 43.78% 1,217 1.22% 34 0.18% 5 11.04% 307
Douglas 52.67% 385 42.00% 307 4.92% 36 0.41% 3 10.67% 78
Bent 51.58% 1,338 41.40% 1,074 2.81% 73 4.20% 109 10.18% 264
Lake 54.01% 2,901 44.93% 2,413 1.06% 57 0.00% 0 9.09% 488
Mesa 49.49% 440 43.64% 388 6.86% 61 0.00% 0 5.85% 52
Pueblo 51.14% 2,280 45.72% 2,038 1.53% 68 1.62% 72 5.43% 242
Huerfano 51.62% 750 46.39% 674 1.86% 27 0.07% 1 0.07% 1 5.23% 76
La Plata 51.11% 849 46.60% 774 0.60% 10 1.69% 28 4.52% 75
Delta 44.01% 257 40.92% 239 3.77% 22 10.27% 60 1.03% 6 3.08% 18
Las Animas 46.85% 2,655 49.14% 2,785 1.15% 65 0.00% 0 2.86% 162 -2.29% -130

References

  1. ^ "1888 Presidential Election Statistics". Dave Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections. Retrieved 2018-03-05.
  2. ^ Ubbelohde, Carl; Benson, Maxine and Smith, Duane A.; A Colorado History, pp. 206-207 ISBN 0871089424
  3. ^ Larson, Robert W.; ‘Populism in the Mountain West: A Mainstream Movement’; Western Historical Quarterly; Vol. 13, No. 2 (April 1982), pp. 143-164
  4. ^ Azari, Julia and Hetherington, Mark J.; ‘Back to the Future? What the Politics of the Late Nineteenth Century Can Tell Us about the 2016 Election’; The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science; Vol 667: Elections in America; (September 2016), pp. 92-109
  5. ^ "1888 Presidential General Election Results – Colorado". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 23 December 2013.
  6. ^ a b Géoelections; Presidential election of 1888 Popular Vote (.xlsx file for €15)
  7. ^ a b c Géoelections; Popular Vote for Clinton Fisk (.xlsx file for €15)
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