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1944 United States presidential election in South Dakota

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1944 United States presidential election in South Dakota

← 1940 November 7, 1944[1] 1948 →

All 4 South Dakota votes to the Electoral College
 
Thomas Dewey.jpg
1944 portrait of FDR (1)(small).jpg
Nominee Thomas E. Dewey Franklin D. Roosevelt
Party Republican Democratic
Home state New York New York
Running mate John W. Bricker Harry S. Truman
Electoral vote 4 0
Popular vote 135,365 96,711
Percentage 58.3% 41.7%

South Dakota Presidential Election Results 1944.svg
County Results

President before election

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

Elected President

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

The 1944 United States presidential election in South Dakota took place on November 7, 1944, as part of the 1944 United States presidential election. Voters chose four[2] representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

South Dakota was won by Governor Thomas E. Dewey (RNew York), running with Governor John Bricker, with 58.33% of the popular vote, against incumbent President Franklin D. Roosevelt (DNew York), running with Senator Harry S. Truman, with 41.67% of the popular vote.[3][4]

With 58.33% of the popular vote, South Dakota would prove to be Dewey's third strongest state after Kansas and Nebraska.[5]

Results

1944 United States presidential election in South Dakota
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Thomas E. Dewey 135,365 58.33%
Democratic Franklin D. Roosevelt (inc.) 96,711 41.67%
Total votes 232,076 100%

Results by county

County[6] Thomas Edmund Dewey
Republican
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Democratic
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # %
Armstrong 0 0.00% 4 100.00% -4 -100.00% 4
Aurora 1,163 53.50% 1,011 46.50% 152 6.99% 2,174
Beadle 3,610 48.44% 3,842 51.56% -232 -3.11% 7,452
Bennett 494 46.60% 566 53.40% -72 -6.79% 1,060
Bon Homme 2,553 56.31% 1,981 43.69% 572 12.62% 4,534
Brookings 4,136 66.61% 2,073 33.39% 2,063 33.23% 6,209
Brown 5,611 46.90% 6,352 53.10% -741 -6.19% 11,963
Brule 1,002 41.51% 1,412 58.49% -410 -16.98% 2,414
Buffalo 324 56.45% 250 43.55% 74 12.89% 574
Butte 1,824 66.28% 928 33.72% 896 32.56% 2,752
Campbell 1,047 83.43% 208 16.57% 839 66.85% 1,255
Charles Mix 2,171 44.56% 2,701 55.44% -530 -10.88% 4,872
Clark 1,936 61.56% 1,209 38.44% 727 23.12% 3,145
Clay 1,970 52.31% 1,796 47.69% 174 4.62% 3,766
Codington 3,348 51.76% 3,120 48.24% 228 3.53% 6,468
Corson 1,008 56.19% 786 43.81% 222 12.37% 1,794
Custer 1,288 64.40% 712 35.60% 576 28.80% 2,000
Davison 2,929 47.62% 3,222 52.38% -293 -4.76% 6,151
Day 2,593 51.04% 2,487 48.96% 106 2.09% 5,080
Deuel 1,910 61.81% 1,180 38.19% 730 23.62% 3,090
Dewey 913 64.12% 511 35.88% 402 28.23% 1,424
Douglas 1,483 67.35% 719 32.65% 764 34.70% 2,202
Edmunds 1,762 64.71% 961 35.29% 801 29.42% 2,723
Fall River 1,938 63.33% 1,122 36.67% 816 26.67% 3,060
Faulk 1,090 54.88% 896 45.12% 194 9.77% 1,986
Grant 2,278 60.70% 1,475 39.30% 803 21.40% 3,753
Gregory 2,067 56.17% 1,613 43.83% 454 12.34% 3,680
Haakon 638 62.61% 381 37.39% 257 25.22% 1,019
Hamlin 1,811 63.97% 1,020 36.03% 791 27.94% 2,831
Hand 1,558 57.62% 1,146 42.38% 412 15.24% 2,704
Hanson 1,070 55.33% 864 44.67% 206 10.65% 1,934
Harding 552 52.82% 493 47.18% 59 5.65% 1,045
Hughes 1,676 64.12% 938 35.88% 738 28.23% 2,614
Hutchinson 3,799 84.46% 699 15.54% 3,100 68.92% 4,498
Hyde 842 64.97% 454 35.03% 388 29.94% 1,296
Jackson 340 61.48% 213 38.52% 127 22.97% 553
Jerauld 1,217 62.47% 731 37.53% 486 24.95% 1,948
Jones 465 63.79% 264 36.21% 201 27.57% 729
Kingsbury 2,541 68.73% 1,156 31.27% 1,385 37.46% 3,697
Lake 2,956 65.70% 1,543 34.30% 1,413 31.41% 4,499
Lawrence 3,528 65.41% 1,866 34.59% 1,662 30.81% 5,394
Lincoln 3,298 66.99% 1,625 33.01% 1,673 33.98% 4,923
Lyman 867 57.92% 630 42.08% 237 15.83% 1,497
Marshall 1,511 52.57% 1,363 47.43% 148 5.15% 2,874
McCook 2,516 68.39% 1,163 31.61% 1,353 36.78% 3,679
McPherson 2,290 84.81% 410 15.19% 1,880 69.63% 2,700
Meade 1,912 62.16% 1,164 37.84% 748 24.32% 3,076
Mellette 544 57.02% 410 42.98% 134 14.05% 954
Miner 1,544 58.62% 1,090 41.38% 454 17.24% 2,634
Minnehaha 13,920 57.67% 10,216 42.33% 3,704 15.35% 24,136
Moody 2,080 59.43% 1,420 40.57% 660 18.86% 3,500
Pennington 5,246 59.87% 3,517 40.13% 1,729 19.73% 8,763
Perkins 1,325 57.11% 995 42.89% 330 14.22% 2,320
Potter 1,001 58.27% 717 41.73% 284 16.53% 1,718
Roberts 2,721 47.36% 3,024 52.64% -303 -5.27% 5,745
Sanborn 1,212 54.84% 998 45.16% 214 9.68% 2,210
Shannon 562 53.93% 480 46.07% 82 7.87% 1,042
Spink 2,365 50.86% 2,285 49.14% 80 1.72% 4,650
Stanley 384 62.14% 234 37.86% 150 24.27% 618
Sully 612 67.11% 300 32.89% 312 34.21% 912
Todd 737 51.90% 683 48.10% 54 3.80% 1,420
Tripp 1,911 53.82% 1,640 46.18% 271 7.63% 3,551
Turner 3,549 73.13% 1,304 26.87% 2,245 46.26% 4,853
Union 2,501 54.87% 2,057 45.13% 444 9.74% 4,558
Walworth 1,533 55.64% 1,222 44.36% 311 11.29% 2,755
Washabaugh 139 48.77% 146 51.23% -7 -2.46% 285
Yankton 3,313 58.41% 2,359 41.59% 954 16.82% 5,672
Ziebach 331 48.32% 354 51.68% -23 -3.36% 685
Totals 135,365 58.33% 96,711 41.67% 38,654 16.66% 232,076

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1944 – Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved December 25, 2017.
  2. ^ "1944 Election for the Fortieth Term (1945-49)". Retrieved December 25, 2017.
  3. ^ "1944 Presidential General Election Results – South Dakota". Retrieved December 25, 2017.
  4. ^ "The American Presidency Project – Election of 1944". Retrieved December 25, 2017.
  5. ^ "1944 Presidential Election Statistics". Dave Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections. Retrieved 2018-03-05.
  6. ^ Scammon, Richard M. (compiler); America at the Polls: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics 1920-1964; pp. 406-407 ISBN 0405077114


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