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1904 United States presidential election in Maryland

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1904 United States presidential election in Maryland

← 1900 November 8, 1904 1908 →
 
AltonBParker.png
President Roosevelt - Pach Bros.tif
Nominee Alton B. Parker Theodore Roosevelt
Party Democratic Republican
Home state New York New York
Running mate Henry G. Davis Charles W. Fairbanks
Electoral vote 7[a] 1
Popular vote 109,446 109,497
Percentage 48.81% 48.83%[a]

President before election

Theodore Roosevelt
Republican

Elected President

Theodore Roosevelt
Republican

The 1904 United States presidential election in Maryland took place on November 8, 1904. All contemporary 45 states were part of the 1904 United States presidential election. Maryland voters chose 8 electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president.

The winner in Maryland depends on the votes, supposedly due to the “Wilson Law” designed to make it easier for Democrats to cast ballots for both Presidential electors and Congress by a simple turning down of a single fold in the ballot paper.[2] Seven electoral votes were won by the Democratic nominees, Chief Judge Alton B. Parker of New York and his running mate Henry G. Davis of West Virginia, while the Republican nominees, President Theodore Roosevelt of New York and his running mate Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana, won the popular vote and one electoral vote. Roosevelt’s popular vote margin is the second-closest presidential election margin by number of votes on record, behind Henry Clay’s four-vote 1832 win[3] in the Old Line State.

Results

1904 United States presidential election in Maryland[4]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Alton B. Parker 109,446 48.81% 7[a]
Republican Theodore Roosevelt 109,497 48.83% 1[a]
Prohibition Silas C. Swallow 3,034 1.35% 0
Social Democratic Eugene Debs 2,247 1.00% 0
Write-ins Scattered 4 0.00% 0
Populist Thomas E. Watson 1 0.00% 0
Totals 224,229 100.00% 8
Voter turnout

Results by county

County Theodore Roosevelt[5]
Republican
Alton Brooks Parker[5]
Democratic
Silas Comfort Swallow[6]
Prohibition
Eugene Victor Debs[6]
Social Democratic
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # % # %
Allegany 5,232 56.32% 3,326 35.81% 318 3.42% 413 4.45% 1,906 20.52% 9,289
Anne Arundel 2,849 47.64% 3,001 50.18% 108 1.81% 22 0.37% -152 -2.54% 5,980
Baltimore County 7,570 43.89% 9,394 54.47% 194 1.12% 88 0.51% -1,824 -10.58% 17,246
Baltimore City 47,444 48.64% 47,901 49.11% 731 0.75% 1,461 1.50% -457 -0.47% 97,537
Calvert 1,030 57.48% 740 41.29% 17 0.95% 5 0.28% 290 16.18% 1,792
Caroline 1,452 43.09% 1,809 53.68% 86 2.55% 23 0.68% -357 -10.59% 3,370
Carroll 3,357 47.77% 3,527 50.19% 130 1.85% 13 0.19% -170 -2.42% 7,027
Cecil 2,425 48.14% 2,554 50.70% 53 1.05% 5 0.10% -129 -2.56% 5,037
Charles 1,659 57.80% 1,180 41.11% 24 0.84% 7 0.24% 479 16.69% 2,870
Dorchester 2,680 55.04% 2,087 42.86% 86 1.77% 16 0.33% 593 12.18% 4,869
Frederick 5,788 52.83% 5,004 45.67% 149 1.36% 15 0.14% 784 7.16% 10,956
Garrett 2,051 66.96% 947 30.92% 47 1.53% 18 0.59% 1,104 36.04% 3,063
Harford 2,561 43.91% 3,151 54.02% 117 2.01% 4 0.07% -590 -10.11% 5,833
Howard 1,258 39.00% 1,914 59.33% 40 1.24% 14 0.43% -656 -20.33% 3,226
Kent 1,841 47.91% 1,956 50.90% 44 1.14% 2 0.05% -115 -2.99% 3,843
Montgomery 2,711 46.09% 3,082 52.40% 79 1.34% 10 0.17% -371 -6.31% 5,882
Prince George's 2,845 55.36% 2,270 44.17% 18 0.35% 6 0.12% 575 11.19% 5,139
Queen Anne's 1,487 38.28% 2,258 58.12% 130 3.35% 10 0.26% -771 -19.85% 3,885
Somerset 1,874 51.53% 1,580 43.44% 177 4.87% 6 0.16% 294 8.08% 3,637
St. Mary's 1,174 48.00% 1,247 50.98% 21 0.86% 4 0.16% -73 -2.98% 2,446
Talbot 1,999 50.53% 1,861 47.04% 89 2.25% 7 0.18% 138 3.49% 3,956
Washington 4,581 51.86% 4,064 46.01% 103 1.17% 85 0.96% 517 5.85% 8,833
Wicomico 2,179 44.47% 2,593 52.92% 127 2.59% 1 0.02% -414 -8.45% 4,900
Worcester 1,450 40.19% 2,000 55.43% 146 4.05% 12 0.33% -550 -15.24% 3,608
Totals 109,497 48.83% 109,446 48.81% 3,034 1.35% 2,247 1.00% 51 0.02% 224,229[b]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Seven of the eight highest electors were for Partker, but the highest Roosevelt elector, Charles J. Bonaparte, had 51 more votes than the highest Parker elector, Frank Brown.[1]
  2. ^ This total include five write-in votes not grouped by county, one of which was for Populist nominee Thomas E. Watson, who was on the ballot in 34 of the contemporary 45 states.

References

  1. ^ Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas; 1904 Presidential Electors – Maryland
  2. ^ ‘Taft Gets Part of Maryland Vote – Trick Ballot Prevented Republicans from Getting a Big Plurality’; Special to the New York Times, November 6, 1908, p. 2
  3. ^ Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas; 1832 Presidential General Election Results – Maryland
  4. ^ Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas; 1904 Presidential General Election Results – Maryland
  5. ^ a b Géoelections; Popular Vote at the Presidential Election for 1904 (.xlsx file for €15)
  6. ^ a b Géoelections; Popular Vote for Eugene Debs at the Presidential Election for 1904 (.xlsx file for €15)
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