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1912 United States presidential election in Colorado

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1912 United States presidential election in Colorado

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Woodrow Wilson-H&E.jpg
Theodore Roosevelt-Pach.jpg
Nominee Woodrow Wilson Theodore Roosevelt
Party Democratic Progressive
Home state New Jersey New York
Running mate Thomas R. Marshall Hiram Johnson
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 114,232 72,306
Percentage 42.80% 27.09%

 
William Howard Taft - Harris and Ewing.jpg
EugeneVictorDebs.png
Nominee William Howard Taft Eugene V. Debs
Party Republican Socialist
Home state Ohio Indiana
Running mate Nicholas M. Butler
(replacing James S. Sherman)
Emil Seidel
Electoral vote 0 0
Popular vote 54,956 16,418
Percentage 21.88% 6.15%

President before election

William Howard Taft
Republican

Elected President

Woodrow Wilson
Democratic

The 1912 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 5, 1912, as part of the 1912 United States presidential election. State voters chose six representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Colorado was won by Princeton University President Woodrow Wilson (DVirginia), running with governor of Indiana Thomas R. Marshall, with 42.80% of the popular vote, against the 26th president of the United States Theodore Roosevelt (PNew York), running with governor of California Hiram Johnson, with 27.09% of the popular vote, the 27th president of the United States William Howard Taft (ROhio), running with Columbia University President Nicholas Murray Butler, with 21.88% of the popular vote and the five-time candidate of the Socialist Party of America for President of the United States Eugene V. Debs (SIndiana), running with the first Socialist mayor of a major city in the United States Emil Seidel, with 6.15% of the popular vote.[1]

Results

1912 United States presidential election in Colorado[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Woodrow Wilson 114,232 42.80%
Progressive Theodore Roosevelt 72,306 27.09%
Republican William Howard Taft 58,386 21.88%
Socialist Eugene V. Debs 16,418 6.15%
Prohibition Stuart Hamblen 5,063 1.90%
Socialist Labor Arthur Reimer 475 0.18%
Total votes 266,880 100%

Results by county

County Thomas Woodrow Wilson[2]
Democratic
William Howard Taft[2]
Republican
Theodore Roosevelt[2]
Progressive
Eugene Victor Debs[2]
Socialist
Various candidates[2]
Other parties
Margin[a]
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Summit 62.18% 600 18.55% 179 15.75% 152 3.11% 30 0.41% 4 43.63%[b] 421
Pitkin 57.51% 770 15.53% 208 13.14% 176 12.70% 170 1.12% 15 41.97%[b] 562
Montezuma 56.69% 1,017 15.89% 285 19.62% 352 6.69% 120 1.11% 20 37.07% 665
Clear Creek 59.25% 1,166 23.83% 469 12.35% 243 3.30% 65 1.27% 25 35.42%[b] 697
Dolores 53.68% 124 19.48% 45 12.12% 28 14.72% 34 0.00% 0 34.20%[b] 79
San Juan 54.04% 555 22.49% 231 8.67% 89 14.41% 148 0.39% 4 31.55%[b] 324
La Plata 49.86% 1,775 19.44% 692 18.17% 647 10.39% 370 2.13% 76 30.42%[b] 1,083
Gilpin 56.02% 931 26.65% 443 13.36% 222 3.25% 54 0.72% 12 29.36%[b] 488
Gunnison 52.41% 1,206 24.03% 553 15.51% 357 6.78% 156 1.26% 29 28.38%[b] 653
Ouray 48.43% 710 18.62% 273 20.33% 298 11.94% 175 0.68% 10 28.10% 412
Teller 52.11% 3,027 11.64% 676 24.19% 1,405 11.60% 674 0.46% 27 27.92% 1,622
Chaffee 48.34% 1,641 21.30% 723 20.41% 693 8.31% 282 1.65% 56 27.04%[b] 918
Grand 52.70% 507 25.78% 248 18.50% 178 1.87% 18 1.14% 11 26.92%[b] 259
Pueblo 49.20% 7,643 19.64% 3,050 24.58% 3,818 4.65% 722 1.93% 300 24.62% 3,825
Park 53.92% 529 29.87% 293 11.21% 110 4.69% 46 0.31% 3 24.06%[b] 236
Garfield 46.25% 1,806 21.10% 824 22.54% 880 8.12% 317 2.00% 78 23.71% 926
Routt 49.82% 1,408 26.11% 738 13.98% 395 8.81% 249 1.27% 36 23.71%[b] 670
Lake 45.87% 1,933 22.92% 966 20.50% 864 10.13% 427 0.57% 24 22.95%[b] 967
Eagle 48.53% 727 25.83% 387 15.62% 234 9.41% 141 0.60% 9 22.70%[b] 340
Otero 46.80% 2,885 20.98% 1,293 25.67% 1,582 3.97% 245 2.58% 159 21.14% 1,303
Rio Grande 46.03% 1,286 24.98% 698 22.37% 625 4.22% 118 2.40% 67 21.05%[b] 588
Douglas 46.82% 619 28.21% 373 21.94% 290 2.27% 30 0.76% 10 18.61%[b] 246
Fremont 43.80% 2,823 20.88% 1,346 25.20% 1,624 7.39% 476 2.73% 176 18.60% 1,199
San Miguel 48.88% 1,029 30.36% 639 14.25% 300 5.61% 118 0.90% 19 18.53%[b] 390
Boulder 40.77% 4,330 23.02% 2,445 23.25% 2,469 8.64% 918 4.31% 458 17.52% 1,861
Custer 51.41% 510 34.98% 347 10.99% 109 1.92% 19 0.71% 7 16.43%[b] 163
Mineral 44.48% 286 28.93% 186 10.58% 68 15.09% 97 0.93% 6 15.55%[b] 100
Crowley 43.66% 719 28.35% 467 21.62% 356 3.64% 60 2.73% 45 15.30%[b] 252
Rio Blanco 48.08% 538 33.24% 372 16.53% 185 1.52% 17 0.63% 7 14.83%[b] 166
Weld 41.46% 4,713 27.39% 3,114 23.57% 2,679 3.74% 425 3.84% 437 14.07%[b] 1,599
Adams 46.48% 1,312 14.10% 398 33.37% 942 4.85% 137 1.20% 34 13.11% 370
Jefferson 43.10% 2,309 18.87% 1,011 30.80% 1,650 5.73% 307 1.49% 80 12.30% 659
Moffat 43.60% 409 31.34% 294 19.83% 186 3.41% 32 1.81% 17 12.26%[b] 115
Montrose 39.39% 1,478 16.82% 631 27.24% 1,022 11.49% 431 5.06% 190 12.15% 456
Conejos 46.48% 2,147 34.36% 1,587 13.12% 606 4.87% 225 1.17% 54 12.12%[b] 560
Archuleta 45.21% 609 33.56% 452 17.37% 234 2.67% 36 1.19% 16 11.66%[b] 157
Kiowa 42.82% 638 18.32% 273 32.21% 480 4.16% 62 2.48% 37 10.60% 158
Baca 38.19% 430 28.24% 318 21.40% 241 9.86% 111 2.31% 26 9.95%[b] 112
Larimer 36.27% 2,597 26.98% 1,932 23.20% 1,661 7.62% 546 5.93% 425 9.29%[b] 665
Denver 44.47% 26,690 13.59% 8,155 36.09% 21,657 4.58% 2,750 1.27% 764 8.39% 5,033
Logan 40.66% 1,338 20.18% 664 33.12% 1,090 3.80% 125 2.25% 74 7.54% 248
Cheyenne 37.78% 507 17.66% 237 30.85% 414 11.03% 148 2.68% 36 6.93% 93
Saguache 42.80% 859 36.37% 730 13.60% 273 6.83% 137 0.40% 8 6.43%[b] 129
Elbert 36.96% 757 24.22% 496 30.76% 630 5.91% 121 2.15% 44 6.20% 127
Hinsdale 44.60% 157 38.64% 136 7.67% 27 9.09% 32 0.00% 0 5.97%[b] 21
Delta 36.67% 1,808 16.28% 803 31.70% 1,563 11.36% 560 4.00% 197 4.97% 245
Jackson 47.45% 242 42.75% 218 6.67% 34 1.96% 10 1.18% 6 4.71%[b] 24
Phillips 37.68% 448 22.37% 266 33.05% 393 3.87% 46 3.03% 36 4.63% 55
Bent 37.82% 730 21.76% 420 35.23% 680 1.97% 38 3.21% 62 2.59% 50
Washington 38.87% 765 18.34% 361 36.53% 719 3.61% 71 2.64% 52 2.34% 46
Morgan 33.10% 1,005 28.16% 855 30.83% 936 4.18% 127 3.72% 113 2.27% 69
El Paso 36.95% 5,559 18.72% 2,816 35.44% 5,332 6.17% 928 2.73% 411 1.51% 227
Prowers 32.62% 1,042 29.05% 928 31.40% 1,003 4.76% 152 2.16% 69 1.22% 39
Arapahoe 36.33% 1,379 20.15% 765 35.41% 1,344 7.03% 267 1.08% 41 0.92% 35
Kit Carson 31.69% 719 25.08% 569 31.20% 708 9.83% 223 2.20% 50 0.48% 11
Mesa 34.93% 2,733 12.47% 976 34.80% 2,723 14.46% 1,131 3.34% 261 0.13% 10
Lincoln 34.90% 796 23.41% 534 34.85% 795 3.33% 76 3.51% 80 0.04% 1
Yuma 36.20% 1,170 14.42% 466 37.69% 1,218 9.87% 319 1.83% 59 -1.49% -48
Sedgwick 30.59% 338 29.68% 328 35.48% 392 2.53% 28 1.72% 19 -4.89% -54
Las Animas 36.57% 3,604 43.82% 4,318 14.83% 1,461 3.92% 386 0.86% 85 -7.25%[b] -714
Costilla 29.12% 567 55.06% 1,072 10.48% 204 3.65% 71 1.69% 33 -25.94%[b] -505
Huerfano 28.74% 1,277 63.32% 2,814 5.85% 260 1.44% 64 0.65% 29 -34.59%[b] -1,537

Notes

  1. ^ Because Roosevelt finished ahead of Taft in Colorado as a whole, all margins given are Wilson percentage minus Roosevelt percentage and Wilson vote total minus Roosevelt vote total unless otherwise stated for the county in question.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag In this county where Roosevelt did run behind both Taft and Wilson, margin given is Wilson percentage minus Taft percentage and vote total margin Wilson total minus Taft total.

References

  1. ^ a b "1912 Presidential Election Results – Colorado". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas.
  2. ^ a b c d e Colorado Secretary of State Elections Center; Abstract of Votes Cast at a General Election Held on Tuesday, November 5, A.D. 1912, for Presidential Electors
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