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1896 United States presidential election in South Carolina

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States presidential election in South Carolina, 1896

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William Jennings Bryan 2.jpg
William McKinley by Courtney Art Studio, 1896.jpg
Nominee William Jennings Bryan William McKinley
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Nebraska Ohio
Running mate Arthur Sewall Garret Hobart
Electoral vote 9 0
Popular vote 58,801 9,313
Percentage 85.30% 13.51%

President before election

Grover Cleveland
Democratic

Elected President

William McKinley
Republican

The 1896 United States presidential election in South Carolina took place on November 3, 1896. Voters chose nine representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

South Carolina overwhelmingly voted for the Democratic nominee, former U.S. Representative from Nebraska William Jennings Bryan, over the Republican nominee, former governor of Ohio William McKinley. Bryan won the state by a landslide margin of 71.79 percent.

Results

United States presidential election in South Carolina, 1896[1]
Party Candidate Running mate Popular vote Electoral vote
Count % Count %
Democratic William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska Arthur Sewall of Maine 58,801 85.30% 9 100.00%
Republican William McKinley of Ohio Garret Hobart of New Jersey 9,313 13.51% 0 0.00%
National Democratic John McAuley Palmer of Illinois Simon Bolivar Buckner of Kentucky 824 1.20% 0 0.00%
Total 68,938 100.00% 9 100.00%

Results by county

William Jennings Bryan
Democratic
William McKinley
Republican
John McAuley Palmer[a]
National Democratic
Margin Total votes cast[2]
County # % # % # % # % #
Abbeville 2,473 92.10% 212 7.90% 2,261 84.21% 2,685
Aiken 1,819 94.25% 111 5.75% 1,708 88.50% 1,930
Anderson 3,109 91.01% 307 8.99% 2,802 82.03% 3,416
Barnwell 2,385 93.86% 156 6.14% 2,229 87.72% 2,541
Beaufort 289 43.79% 371 56.21% -82 -12.42% 660
Berkeley 513 76.68% 156 23.32% 357 53.36% 669
Charleston 1,660 62.83% 982 37.17% 678 25.66% 2,642
Chester 1,254 94.29% 76 5.71% 1,178 88.57% 1,330
Chesterfield 1,465 92.72% 115 7.28% 1,350 85.44% 1,580
Clarendon 1,450 90.23% 157 9.77% 1,293 80.46% 1,607
Colleton 1,646 84.80% 295 15.20% 1,351 69.60% 1,941
Darlington 1,625 91.70% 147 8.30% 1,478 83.41% 1,772
Edgefield 1,532 88.97% 190 11.03% 1,342 77.93% 1,722
Fairfield 1,078 96.16% 43 3.84% 1,035 92.33% 1,121
Florence 1,530 94.80% 84 5.20% 1,446 89.59% 1,614
Georgetown 459 39.50% 703 60.50% -244 -21.00% 1,162
Greenville 2,718 92.70% 214 7.30% 2,504 85.40% 2,932
Hampton 1,072 97.72% 25 2.28% 1,047 95.44% 1,097
Horry 1,372 87.50% 196 12.50% 1,176 75.00% 1,568
Kershaw 1,191 90.16% 130 9.84% 1,061 80.32% 1,321
Lancaster 1,557 89.79% 177 10.21% 1,380 79.58% 1,734
Laurens 1,943 94.78% 107 5.22% 1,836 89.56% 2,050
Lexington 1,672 89.46% 197 10.54% 1,475 78.92% 1,869
Marion 1,936 86.08% 313 13.92% 1,623 72.17% 2,249
Marlboro 1,232 88.25% 164 11.75% 1,068 76.50% 1,396
Newberry 1,525 97.76% 35 2.24% 1,490 95.51% 1,560
Oconee 1,392 93.05% 104 6.95% 1,288 86.10% 1,496
Orangeburg 2,729 93.08% 203 6.92% 2,526 86.15% 2,932
Pickens 1,261 90.14% 138 9.86% 1,123 80.27% 1,399
Richland 925 71.26% 373 28.74% 552 42.53% 1,298
Saluda 1,241 96.50% 45 3.50% 1,196 93.00% 1,286
Spartanburg 4,234 96.93% 134 3.07% 4,100 93.86% 4,368
Sumter 1,550 88.47% 202 11.53% 1,348 76.94% 1,752
Union 1,379 92.43% 113 7.57% 1,266 84.85% 1,492
Williamsburg 1,570 84.09% 297 15.91% 1,273 68.18% 1,867
York 2,013 92.98% 152 7.02% 1,861 85.96% 2,165
Totals 58,799 87.70% 7,424 11.07% 824 1.23% 51,375 76.63% 67,047

Notes

  1. ^ The National (Gold) Democratic ticket vote was listed as a state-wide total and not by counties.

References

  1. ^ "1896 Presidential General Election Results - South Carolina". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 23 December 2013.
  2. ^ Robinson, Edgar Eugene; The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, pp. 314-317 ISBN 9780804716963
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