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1920 United States presidential election in Colorado

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1920 United States presidential election in Colorado

← 1916 November 2, 1920 1924 →
 
Warren G Harding portrait as senator June 1920.jpg
James M. Cox 1920.jpg
Nominee Warren G. Harding James M. Cox
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Ohio Ohio
Running mate Calvin Coolidge Franklin D. Roosevelt
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 173,248 104,936
Percentage 59.32% 35.93%

President before election

Woodrow Wilson
Democratic

Elected President

Warren G. Harding
Republican

The 1920 United States presidential election in Colorado was held on November 2, 1920 as part of the 1920 United States presidential election. State voters chose six electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

In 1916, Colorado was the most Democratic state outside of the “Solid South” as a result of historic Bryanite Populist support in silver-mining regions,[1] and a powerful "peace vote" for incumbent President Woodrow Wilson;[2] however, by the beginning of 1920 skyrocketing inflation and Wilson's focus upon his proposed League of Nations at the expense of domestic policy had helped make the incumbent President very unpopular[3] – besides which Wilson also had major health problems that had left First Lady Edith effectively running the nation. Political unrest seen in the Palmer Raids and the "Red Scare" further added to the unpopularity of the Democratic Party, since this global political turmoil produced considerable fear of alien revolutionaries invading the country.[4] Demand in the West for exclusion of Asian immigrants became even stronger than it had been before.[5]

All these factors combined to produce a national landslide, with a swing of almost twenty-nine percentage points to the Republicans vis-à-vis of four years earlier. Colorado mirrored this trend, with a total swing of 49.38 points from Wilson’s 26-point 1916 victory where he carried every county except Sedgwick.[6] This time, Harding would not merely become only the second Republican victor in the state since James B. Weaver’s Populist victory transitioned the state into a Democratic-leaning one, but become the only presidential candidate in history to carry all Colorado’s counties. The state was still 2.84 points more Democratic than the nation at-large despite Harding’s historic county sweep.

Full results

Presidential Candidate Running Mate Party Electoral Vote (EV) Popular Vote (PV)
Warren G. Harding of Ohio Calvin Coolidge Republican 6[7] 173,248 59.32%
James M. Cox Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 0 104,936 35.93%
Eugene Debs Seymour Stedman Socialist 0 8,046 2.75%
Parley P. Christensen Maximilian S. Hayes Farmer-Labor 0 3,016 1.03%
Aaron S. Watkins David Colvin Prohibition 0 2,807 0.96%

Results by county

County Warren Gamaliel Harding[8]
Republican
James Middleton Cox[8]
Democratic
Eugene Victor Debs[8]
Socialist
Parley Parker Christensen[8]
Farmer-Labor
Aaron Sherman Watkins[8]
Prohibition
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Jackson 76.28% 402 21.44% 113 0.19% 1 0.57% 3 1.52% 8 54.84% 289
Morgan 70.45% 3,114 25.00% 1,105 2.19% 97 0.86% 38 1.49% 66 45.45% 2,009
Phillips 66.80% 1,191 26.92% 480 4.94% 88 0.84% 15 0.50% 9 39.88% 711
Elbert 66.35% 1,654 27.00% 673 3.33% 83 1.81% 45 1.52% 38 39.35% 981
Kit Carson 65.48% 1,872 27.84% 796 4.16% 119 1.29% 37 1.22% 35 37.64% 1,076
Cheyenne 64.57% 840 27.52% 358 5.07% 66 1.15% 15 1.69% 22 37.05% 482
Gilpin 66.99% 416 30.43% 189 1.45% 9 1.13% 7 0.00% 0 36.55% 227
Baca 63.21% 1,615 27.20% 695 7.16% 183 0.86% 22 1.57% 40 36.01% 920
Sedgwick 65.31% 819 29.67% 372 2.55% 32 0.56% 7 1.91% 24 35.65% 447
Moffat 65.42% 1,294 29.78% 589 2.63% 52 1.31% 26 0.86% 17 35.64% 705
Prowers 65.00% 2,650 30.59% 1,247 2.16% 88 0.91% 37 1.35% 55 34.41% 1,403
Yuma 63.42% 2,673 29.75% 1,254 4.46% 188 0.78% 33 1.59% 67 33.67% 1,419
Larimer 64.34% 5,487 31.75% 2,708 1.91% 163 0.66% 56 1.34% 114 32.59% 2,779
Hinsdale 59.13% 149 26.59% 67 9.92% 25 1.19% 3 3.17% 8 32.54% 82
Washington 63.44% 2,117 31.77% 1,060 2.79% 93 1.11% 37 0.90% 30 31.68% 1,057
Weld 63.78% 10,268 32.31% 5,202 1.50% 242 0.78% 125 1.63% 263 31.47% 5,066
Custer 63.28% 560 32.66% 289 2.15% 19 1.24% 11 0.68% 6 30.62% 271
Denver 62.03% 43,581 32.51% 22,839 3.21% 2,258 1.57% 1,102 0.68% 478 29.52% 20,742
El Paso 62.78% 9,535 33.40% 5,073 1.87% 284 0.76% 115 1.20% 182 29.38% 4,462
Archuleta 63.12% 700 34.17% 379 1.08% 12 0.45% 5 1.17% 13 28.94% 321
Jefferson 61.52% 3,593 33.24% 1,941 3.27% 191 1.30% 76 0.67% 39 28.29% 1,652
Conejos 63.50% 1,595 35.27% 886 0.32% 8 0.44% 11 0.48% 12 28.22% 709
Ouray 61.51% 735 33.64% 402 2.26% 27 2.01% 24 0.59% 7 27.87% 333
Lincoln 61.26% 1,815 34.19% 1,013 2.70% 80 1.05% 31 0.81% 24 27.07% 802
Rio Blanco 62.24% 793 35.71% 455 0.78% 10 0.31% 4 0.94% 12 26.53% 338
Douglas 61.40% 948 36.33% 561 1.04% 16 0.52% 8 0.71% 11 25.06% 387
Crowley 60.64% 1,348 35.63% 792 1.57% 35 0.45% 10 1.71% 38 25.01% 556
Rio Grande 61.01% 1,660 36.20% 985 1.07% 29 0.48% 13 1.25% 34 24.81% 675
Bent 60.67% 1,584 35.89% 937 1.15% 30 0.92% 24 1.38% 36 24.78% 647
Saguache 60.32% 1,195 36.19% 717 2.52% 50 0.25% 5 0.71% 14 24.13% 478
Arapahoe 59.80% 2,930 35.76% 1,752 2.16% 106 1.59% 78 0.69% 34 24.04% 1,178
Kiowa 59.63% 864 35.96% 521 2.69% 39 0.21% 3 1.52% 22 23.67% 343
Logan 59.71% 3,123 36.20% 1,893 1.59% 83 1.26% 66 1.24% 65 23.52% 1,230
Park 58.20% 511 36.45% 320 4.44% 39 0.46% 4 0.46% 4 21.75% 191
Boulder 57.91% 6,456 37.67% 4,200 2.64% 294 0.65% 73 1.12% 125 20.24% 2,256
Teller 57.89% 1,552 37.67% 1,010 3.32% 89 0.67% 18 0.45% 12 20.22% 542
Adams 57.57% 2,510 37.45% 1,633 3.19% 139 0.99% 43 0.80% 35 20.11% 877
Routt 57.51% 1,854 37.97% 1,224 2.98% 96 1.02% 33 0.53% 17 19.54% 630
Clear Creek 58.31% 765 39.48% 518 1.14% 15 0.61% 8 0.46% 6 18.83% 247
Delta 56.40% 2,596 38.02% 1,750 3.76% 173 0.78% 36 1.04% 48 18.38% 846
Montrose 54.83% 2,225 37.51% 1,522 5.20% 211 0.91% 37 1.55% 63 17.32% 703
Otero 55.93% 3,846 39.66% 2,727 1.69% 116 0.58% 40 2.14% 147 16.27% 1,119
San Miguel 54.30% 928 40.26% 688 3.45% 59 0.82% 14 1.17% 20 14.04% 240
Eagle 55.13% 854 41.90% 649 1.81% 28 0.84% 13 0.32% 5 13.23% 205
Lake 53.16% 1,287 40.97% 992 3.72% 90 1.73% 42 0.41% 10 12.19% 295
Fremont 53.33% 3,027 41.21% 2,339 3.22% 183 0.76% 43 1.48% 84 12.12% 688
Garfield 54.32% 1,912 42.30% 1,489 2.16% 76 0.88% 31 0.34% 12 12.02% 423
Montezuma 52.20% 936 40.55% 727 4.57% 82 1.28% 23 1.39% 25 11.66% 209
Dolores 48.28% 197 37.50% 153 11.27% 46 1.96% 8 0.98% 4 10.78% 44
Mineral 49.33% 183 39.35% 146 9.43% 35 1.62% 6 0.27% 1 9.97% 37
Pueblo 53.13% 9,621 43.42% 7,863 2.41% 436 0.59% 107 0.45% 82 9.71% 1,758
Chaffee 52.91% 1,501 43.46% 1,233 2.50% 71 0.53% 15 0.60% 17 9.45% 268
La Plata 50.85% 1,711 42.94% 1,445 4.25% 143 1.04% 35 0.92% 31 7.90% 266
Grand 52.51% 649 44.74% 553 1.13% 14 1.38% 17 0.24% 3 7.77% 96
Mesa 49.80% 3,621 43.16% 3,138 4.10% 298 1.42% 103 1.53% 111 6.64% 483
Alamosa 51.87% 1,081 45.54% 949 1.49% 31 0.67% 14 0.43% 9 6.33% 132
Pitkin 49.38% 478 43.08% 417 4.13% 40 2.79% 27 0.62% 6 6.30% 61
San Juan 50.46% 330 44.34% 290 3.52% 23 1.22% 8 0.46% 3 6.12% 40
Las Animas 51.19% 4,707 45.31% 4,167 2.31% 212 0.67% 62 0.52% 48 5.87% 540
Huerfano 51.42% 2,539 46.40% 2,291 0.81% 40 0.73% 36 0.65% 32 5.02% 248
Summit 50.36% 418 46.75% 388 2.05% 17 0.48% 4 0.36% 3 3.61% 30
Costilla 49.52% 778 47.74% 750 1.15% 18 0.76% 12 0.83% 13 1.78% 28
Gunnison 47.46% 1,055 45.97% 1,022 5.67% 126 0.54% 12 0.36% 8 1.48% 33

References

  1. ^ Phillips, Kevin P.; The Emerging Republican Majority, p. 418 ISBN 978-0-691-16324-6
  2. ^ Menendez, Albert J.; The Geography of Presidential Elections in the United States, 1868-2004, p. 47 ISBN 0786422173
  3. ^ Goldberg, David Joseph; Discontented America: The United States in the 1920s, p. 44 ISBN 0801860059
  4. ^ Leuchtenburg, William E.; The Perils of Prosperity, 1914-1932, p. 75 ISBN 0226473724
  5. ^ Vought, Hans P. ; The Bully Pulpit and the Melting Pot: American Presidents And The Immigrant, 1897-1933, p. 167 ISBN 0865548870
  6. ^ David Leip. "1920 Presidential General Election Data – National". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas.
  7. ^ "1920 Presidential General Election Results – Colorado". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
  8. ^ a b c d e Colorado Secretary of State; Abstract of Votes Cast at a General Election Held on Tuesday, November 2, A.D. 1920, For Presidential Electors
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