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1944 United States presidential election in Louisiana

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1944 United States presidential election in Louisiana

← 1940 November 7, 1944 1948 →
 
1944 portrait of FDR (1)(small).jpg
Thomas Dewey.jpg
Nominee Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas E. Dewey
Party Democratic Republican
Home state New York New York
Running mate Harry Truman John Bricker
Electoral vote 10 0
Popular vote 281,564 67,750
Percentage 80.59% 19.39%

Louisiana Presidential Election Results 1944.svg
Parish Results
Roosevelt
  60-70%
  70-80%
  80-90%
  90-100%


President before election

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

Elected President

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

The 1944 United States presidential election in Louisiana took place on November 7, 1944, as part of the 1944 United States presidential election. Louisiana voters chose 10[1] representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president. Louisiana was won by incumbent president Franklin D. Roosevelt over New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey by a large margin of 61.20%.[2]

As of the 2020 presidential election, this is the last occasion when Bossier Parish has voted for a Democratic Presidential candidate.[3] Plaquemines Parish and Lincoln Parish have both voted for a Democratic Presidential candidate only once since – for Bill Clinton in 1996 – whilst Caddo Parish and Claiborne Parish would never vote Democratic again until Clinton in 1992.[3]

Results

1944 United States presidential election in Louisiana
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Franklin D. Roosevelt (inc.) 281,564 80.59%
Republican Thomas Dewey 67,750 19.39%
Write-ins 69 0.02%
Total votes 349,383 100%

Results by parish

Parish Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Democratic
Thomas Edmund Dewey
Republican
Various candidates
Write-ins
Margin Total votes cast[4]
# % # % # % # %
Acadia 4,439 81.27% 1,023 18.73% 3,416 62.54% 5,462
Allen 2,205 86.78% 336 13.22% 1,869 73.55% 2,541
Ascension 2,291 86.29% 364 13.71% 1,927 72.58% 2,655
Assumption 1,419 76.91% 426 23.09% 993 53.82% 1,845
Avoyelles 3,789 92.53% 306 7.47% 3,483 85.05% 4,095
Beauregard 2,226 74.57% 759 25.43% 1,467 49.15% 2,985
Bienville 1,801 71.87% 705 28.13% 1,096 43.74% 2,506
Bossier 2,430 79.59% 622 20.37% 1 0.03% 1,808 59.22% 3,053
Caddo 12,896 68.56% 5,885 31.29% 29 0.15% 7,011 37.27% 18,810
Calcasieu 7,861 80.81% 1,867 19.19% 5,994 61.62% 9,728
Caldwell 1,142 69.34% 505 30.66% 637 38.68% 1,647
Cameron 1,025 92.26% 86 7.74% 939 84.52% 1,111
Catahoula 1,208 80.59% 291 19.41% 917 61.17% 1,499
Claiborne 2,266 79.68% 578 20.32% 1,688 59.35% 2,844
Concordia 974 82.89% 201 17.11% 773 65.79% 1,175
De Soto 1,858 77.55% 538 22.45% 1,320 55.09% 2,396
East Baton Rouge 14,757 82.99% 3,025 17.01% 11,732 65.98% 17,782
East Carroll 925 72.15% 357 27.85% 568 44.31% 1,282
East Feliciana 869 79.80% 220 20.20% 649 59.60% 1,089
Evangeline 3,029 91.68% 275 8.32% 2,754 83.35% 3,304
Franklin 2,476 80.57% 597 19.43% 1,879 61.15% 3,073
Grant 1,939 77.72% 556 22.28% 1,383 55.43% 2,495
Iberia 3,661 76.24% 1,141 23.76% 2,520 52.48% 4,802
Iberville 2,265 83.98% 432 16.02% 1,833 67.96% 2,697
Jackson 1,840 81.52% 414 18.34% 3 0.13% 1,426 63.18% 2,257
Jefferson 10,268 85.21% 1,782 14.79% 8,486 70.42% 12,050
Jefferson Davis 2,329 66.83% 1,156 33.17% 1,173 33.66% 3,485
Lafayette 4,801 86.61% 742 13.39% 4,059 73.23% 5,543
Lafourche 4,980 85.06% 875 14.94% 4,105 70.11% 5,855
LaSalle 2,018 79.20% 504 19.78% 26 1.02% 1,514 59.42% 2,548
Lincoln 1,705 62.29% 1,032 37.71% 673 24.59% 2,737
Livingston 2,460 87.76% 343 12.24% 2,117 75.53% 2,803
Madison 764 69.33% 338 30.67% 426 38.66% 1,102
Morehouse 1,859 79.55% 478 20.45% 1,381 59.09% 2,337
Natchitoches 2,536 69.59% 1,105 30.32% 3 0.08% 1,431 39.27% 3,644
Orleans 90,411 81.74% 20,190 18.25% 7 0.01% 70,221 63.49% 110,608
Ouachita 6,329 70.67% 2,627 29.33% 3,702 41.34% 8,956
Plaquemines 1,755 83.97% 335 16.03% 1,420 67.94% 2,090
Pointe Coupee 1,436 84.12% 271 15.88% 1,165 68.25% 1,707
Rapides 9,132 84.21% 1,712 15.79% 7,420 68.42% 10,844
Red River 975 70.45% 409 29.55% 566 40.90% 1,384
Richland 2,087 81.05% 488 18.95% 1,599 62.10% 2,575
Sabine 2,048 66.34% 1,039 33.66% 1,009 32.69% 3,087
Saint Bernard 2,044 96.23% 80 3.77% 1,964 92.47% 2,124
Saint Charles 1,945 91.79% 174 8.21% 1,771 83.58% 2,119
Saint Helena 683 86.35% 108 13.65% 575 72.69% 791
Saint James 1,387 83.96% 265 16.04% 1,122 67.92% 1,652
Saint John the Baptist 1,324 87.16% 195 12.84% 1,129 74.33% 1,519
Saint Landry 4,423 84.94% 784 15.06% 3,639 69.89% 5,207
Saint Martin 2,384 93.97% 153 6.03% 2,231 87.94% 2,537
Saint Mary 3,591 86.97% 538 13.03% 3,053 73.94% 4,129
Saint Tammany 3,450 83.07% 703 16.93% 2,747 66.14% 4,153
Tangipahoa 4,419 73.76% 1,572 26.24% 2,847 47.52% 5,991
Tensas 638 79.95% 160 20.05% 478 59.90% 798
Terrebonne 3,539 86.55% 550 13.45% 2,989 73.10% 4,089
Union 1,765 68.73% 803 31.27% 962 37.46% 2,568
Vermilion 4,684 87.39% 676 12.61% 4,008 74.78% 5,360
Vernon 3,075 75.05% 1,022 24.95% 2,053 50.11% 4,097
Washington 4,810 92.22% 406 7.78% 4,404 84.43% 5,216
Webster 3,655 80.26% 899 19.74% 2,756 60.52% 4,554
West Baton Rouge 1,045 92.31% 87 7.69% 958 84.63% 1,132
West Carroll 1,390 70.52% 581 29.48% 809 41.05% 1,971
West Feliciana 426 70.53% 178 29.47% 248 41.06% 604
Winn 1,403 61.43% 881 38.57% 522 22.85% 2,284
Totals 281,564 80.59% 67,750 19.39% 69 0.02% 213,814 61.20% 349,383

References

  1. ^ "1944 Election for the Fortieth Term (1945-1949)". Retrieved 2018-04-03.
  2. ^ "The American Presidency Project - Election of 1944". Retrieved 2018-04-03.
  3. ^ a b Menendez, Albert J.; The Geography of Presidential Elections in the United States, 1868-2004, pp. 215-218 ISBN 0786422173
  4. ^ "LA US President Race, November 07, 1944". Our Campaigns.


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