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1900 United States presidential election in Oregon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1900 United States presidential election in Oregon

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Nominee William McKinley William J. Bryan
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Ohio Nebraska
Running mate Theodore Roosevelt Adlai Stevenson I
Electoral vote 4 0
Popular vote 46,172 32,810
Percentage 55.46% 39.41%

Oregon Presidential Election Results 1900.svg
County Results

President before election

William McKinley
Republican

Elected President

William McKinley
Republican

The 1900 United States presidential election in Oregon took place on November 6, 1900. All contemporary 45 states were part of the 1900 United States presidential election. Oregon voters chose four electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president.

A return to prosperity, continued American expansion in the Philippines,[1] and the fading of the Populist revolt that had spread into Southern Oregon during the previous decade ensured that incumbent President William McKinley would not have any trouble carrying the state.[2]

Indeed, the Populist voters during the 1890s from southern and Eastern Oregon – who had been historically Democratic[2] since before statehood[3] when they were substantially settled by southerners from the Ozarks and Appalachia[4] – turned in substantial numbers to McKinley,[2] so that Jackson County and also Umatilla County voted for a Republican presidential candidate for the first time ever and Josephine County for only the second after 1888.[5] These results were also replicated in lower-level elections, so that at state level Oregon would remain, with a very brief New Deal interlude, a one-party state dominated by the Republican Party until the “Revolution of 1954”.[6] Consequently, this would prove the last time until Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1932 landslide that any Democrat other than Woodrow Wilson carried any of Oregon's counties in a Presidential election.[5]

Results

1900 United States presidential election in Oregon[7]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican William McKinley 46,172 55.46% 4
Democratic William Jennings Bryan 32,810 39.41% 0
Prohibition John Woolley 2,536 3.05% 0
Social Democratic Eugene Debs 1,464 1.76% 0
Populist Wharton Barker 269 0.32% 0
Totals 83,251 100.00% 4
Voter turnout

Results by county

County William McKinley
Republican
William Jennings Bryan
Democratic
John Granville Woolley[8]
Prohibition
Eugene Victor Debs[8]
Social Democratic
Wharton Barker[8]
Populist
Margin Total votes cast[9]
# % # % # % # % # % # %
Baker 1,458 46.14% 1,615 51.11% 40 1.27% 40 1.27% 4 0.13% -157 -4.97% 3,160
Benton 931 52.13% 764 42.78% 81 4.54% 7 0.39% 4 0.22% 167 9.35% 1,786
Clackamas 2,234 53.86% 1,641 39.56% 118 2.84% 125 3.01% 22 0.53% 593 14.30% 4,148
Clatsop 1,329 62.48% 688 32.35% 38 1.79% 62 2.91% 5 0.24% 641 30.14% 2,127
Columbia 863 64.79% 403 30.26% 31 2.33% 29 2.18% 5 0.38% 460 34.53% 1,332
Coos 1,153 53.90% 888 41.51% 53 2.48% 30 1.40% 15 0.70% 265 12.39% 2,139
Crook 474 52.96% 381 42.57% 16 1.79% 19 2.12% 3 0.34% 93 10.39% 895
Curry 308 66.09% 152 32.62% 3 0.64% 2 0.43% 1 0.21% 156 33.48% 466
Douglas 1,910 51.92% 1,624 44.14% 75 2.04% 51 1.39% 17 0.46% 286 7.77% 3,679
Gilliam 419 52.97% 343 43.36% 22 2.78% 6 0.76% 2 0.25% 76 9.61% 791
Grant 911 58.03% 613 39.04% 15 0.96% 25 1.59% 5 0.32% 298 18.98% 1,570
Harney 372 47.27% 387 49.17% 2 0.25% 22 2.80% 7 0.89% -15 -1.91% 787
Jackson 1,565 48.17% 1,525 46.94% 68 2.09% 72 2.22% 25 0.77% 40 1.23% 3,249
Josephine 919 52.51% 744 42.51% 45 2.57% 36 2.06% 2 0.11% 175 10.00% 1,750
Klamath 428 55.44% 324 41.97% 8 1.04% 3 0.39% 7 0.91% 104 13.47% 772
Lake 456 65.71% 233 33.57% 1 0.14% 0 0.00% 1 0.14% 223 32.13% 694
Lane 2,521 53.12% 2,037 42.92% 133 2.80% 47 0.99% 7 0.15% 484 10.20% 4,746
Lincoln 472 59.97% 266 33.80% 8 1.02% 33 4.19% 5 0.64% 206 26.18% 787
Linn 1,927 45.13% 1,997 46.77% 228 5.34% 94 2.20% 27 0.63% -70 -1.64% 4,270
Malheur 478 48.04% 486 48.84% 18 1.81% 6 0.60% 5 0.50% -8 -0.80% 995
Marion 3,112 54.36% 2,318 40.49% 187 3.27% 85 1.48% 21 0.37% 794 13.87% 5,725
Morrow 723 62.65% 358 31.02% 41 3.55% 27 2.34% 3 0.26% 365 31.63% 1,154
Multnomah 9,948 65.46% 4,436 29.19% 455 2.99% 354 2.33% 12 0.08% 5,512 36.27% 15,198
Polk 1,163 50.61% 991 43.12% 102 4.44% 18 0.78% 25 1.09% 172 7.48% 2,298
Sherman 451 48.65% 385 41.53% 82 8.85% 6 0.65% 1 0.11% 66 7.12% 927
Tillamook 623 60.19% 313 30.24% 73 7.05% 24 2.32% 2 0.19% 310 29.95% 1,035
Umatilla 1,975 52.06% 1,638 43.17% 130 3.43% 45 1.19% 7 0.18% 337 8.88% 3,794
Union 1,512 45.93% 1,646 50.00% 57 1.73% 66 2.00% 10 0.30% -134 -4.07% 3,292
Wallowa 651 52.33% 559 44.94% 21 1.69% 7 0.56% 5 0.40% 92 7.40% 1,244
Wasco 1,576 57.37% 1,038 37.79% 85 3.09% 35 1.27% 18 0.66% 538 19.59% 2,747
Washington 1,655 56.14% 1,114 37.79% 126 4.27% 47 1.59% 6 0.20% 541 18.35% 2,948
Wheeler 426 62.01% 243 35.37% 10 1.46% 5 0.73% 3 0.44% 183 26.64% 687
Yamhill 1,583 52.35% 1,235 40.84% 164 5.42% 36 1.19% 3 0.10% 348 11.51% 3,024
Totals 46,526 55.25% 33,385 39.64% 2,536 3.01% 1,464 1.74% 285 0.34% 13,141 15.60% 84,216

Notes

References

  1. ^ Gates, John M.; ‘Philippine Guerrillas, American Anti-Imperialists, and the Election of 1900’, Pacific Historical Review, vol. 46, no. 1 (February 1977), pp. 51-64
  2. ^ a b c See Lalande, Jeff; ‘A “Little Kansas” in Southern Oregon The Course and Character of Populism in Jackson County, 1890-1900’; Pacific Historical Review, vol. 63, no. 2 (May, 1994), pp. 149-176
  3. ^ Owens, Kenneth N.; ‘Pattern and Structure in Western Territorial Politics’, Western Historical Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 4 (October 1970), pp. 373-392
  4. ^ Pollard, Lancaster; ‘The Pacific Northwest: A Regional Study’; Oregon Historical Quarterly, vol. 52, no. 4 (December 1951), pp. 211-234
  5. ^ a b Menendez, Albert J.; The Geography of Presidential Elections in the United States, 1868-2004, pp. 284-286 ISBN 0786422173
  6. ^ Burnham, Walter Dean; ‘The System of 1896’, in Kleppner, Paul (editor), The Evolution of American Electoral Systems, pp. 176-179 ISBN 0313213798
  7. ^ Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas; Presidential General Election Results – Oregon
  8. ^ a b c Géoelections; Popular Vote at the Presidential Election for 1900 (.xlsx file for €30 including full minor party figures)
  9. ^ Robinson, Edgar Eugene; The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, pp. 305-308 ISBN 9780804716963
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