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1964 United States presidential election in Indiana

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1964 United States presidential election in Indiana

← 1960 November 3, 1964[1] 1968 →
 
Black and White 37 Lyndon Johnson 3x4.jpg
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Nominee Lyndon B. Johnson Barry Goldwater
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Texas Arizona
Running mate Hubert Humphrey William E. Miller
Electoral vote 13 0
Popular vote 1,170,848 911,118
Percentage 55.9% 43.6%

United States presidential election in Indiana, 1964, by county.png
Results by county
Goldwater           Johnson

President before election

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

Elected President

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

The 1964 United States presidential election in Indiana took place on November 3, 1964, as part of the 1964 United States presidential election. Indiana voters chose thirteen[2] representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Before this election, Indiana had not voted Democratic since Franklin Roosevelt‘s 46-state landslide of 1936, although native son Wendell Willkie in 1940 and Thomas E. Dewey in 1948 only won by very narrow margins. The pre-election period in the Hoosier State was highlighted by a dramatic Democratic primary challenge from Alabama Governor George Wallace, who won considerable backlash white support in suburban areas.[3] However, Wallace lost by worse than one-to-two against solitary opponent Matthew E. Welsh in Indiana[4] and never had any hope of beating incumbent Lyndon Johnson in the presidential race.

Republican candidate Barry Goldwater naturally considered Indiana critical given its GOP loyalty and campaigned in the state during October, when he argued to a severely hostile reaction that America should use nuclear weapons on Vietnam.[5]

The state was won by incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson (DTexas), with 55.98 percent of the popular vote, against Senator Barry Goldwater (RArizona), with 43.56 percent of the popular vote.[6] Powerful hostility to Goldwater's Black Belt leanings from its Yankee and Appalachia-influenced Northern and Southern regions[7] allowed Johnson to carry the state, although Indiana was still 10.16 percentage points more Republican than the nation at-large.

This would be the last time until 2008 that Indiana would vote for a Democrat in a presidential election.

This is the solitary occasion since the Civil War when Randolph County and Wabash County have voted for a Democratic Presidential candidate.[8] As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last election in which the following counties voted for a Democratic Presidential candidate: Allen, Adams, Bartholomew, Brown, Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, Decatur, DeKalb, Elkhart, Fayette, Fountain, Franklin, Grant, Hancock, Henry, Howard, Huntington, Jackson, Jay, Jennings, LaGrange County, Lawrence, Marshall, Miami, Montgomery County, Noble, Orange, Parke, Pulaski, Putnam, Ripley, Shelby, Tipton, Union, Warren, Wells, White, and Whitley.[9]

Results

1964 United States presidential election in Indiana[10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson (inc.) 1,170,848 55.98%
Republican Barry Goldwater 911,118 43.56%
Prohibition E. Harold Munn 8,266 0.40%
Socialist Labor Eric Hass 1,374 0.07%
Total votes 2,091,606 100%

Results by county

Lyndon Baines Johnson
Democratic
Barry Morris Goldwater
Republican
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast[11]
County # % # % # % # % #
Adams 6,637 60.48% 4,230 38.55% 106 0.97% 2,407 21.94% 10,973
Allen 50,706 50.53% 49,284 49.11% 363 0.36% 1,422 1.42% 100,353
Bartholomew 12,940 53.72% 11,026 45.77% 124 0.51% 1,914 7.95% 24,090
Benton 2,940 50.42% 2,886 49.49% 5 0.09% 54 0.93% 5,831
Blackford 4,210 61.65% 2,552 37.37% 67 0.98% 1,658 24.28% 6,829
Boone 6,716 47.36% 7,419 52.32% 46 0.32% -703 -4.96% 14,181
Brown 2,135 60.24% 1,390 39.22% 19 0.54% 745 21.02% 3,544
Carroll 4,789 54.96% 3,896 44.71% 29 0.33% 893 10.25% 8,714
Cass 11,148 58.74% 7,735 40.76% 95 0.50% 3,413 17.98% 18,978
Clark 17,330 68.89% 7,701 30.61% 125 0.50% 9,629 38.28% 25,156
Clay 6,528 54.28% 5,412 45.00% 86 0.72% 1,116 9.28% 12,026
Clinton 8,353 53.61% 7,157 45.93% 72 0.46% 1,196 7.68% 15,582
Crawford 2,514 57.40% 1,828 41.74% 38 0.87% 686 15.66% 4,380
Daviess 6,528 50.62% 6,319 49.00% 48 0.37% 209 1.62% 12,895
Dearborn 7,699 58.33% 5,473 41.47% 26 0.20% 2,226 16.87% 13,198
Decatur 5,564 53.94% 4,702 45.58% 49 0.48% 862 8.36% 10,315
De Kalb 7,559 54.42% 6,210 44.71% 120 0.86% 1,349 9.71% 13,889
Delaware 28,469 58.48% 20,022 41.13% 187 0.38% 8,447 17.35% 48,678
Dubois 10,114 72.56% 3,800 27.26% 25 0.18% 6,314 45.30% 13,939
Elkhart 21,679 51.72% 19,870 47.41% 365 0.87% 1,809 4.32% 41,914
Fayette 6,713 58.92% 4,637 40.70% 43 0.38% 2,076 18.22% 11,393
Floyd 15,656 66.23% 7,834 33.14% 148 0.63% 7,822 33.09% 23,638
Fountain 5,574 54.23% 4,666 45.40% 38 0.37% 908 8.83% 10,278
Franklin 4,021 57.48% 2,956 42.26% 18 0.26% 1,065 15.23% 6,995
Fulton 4,374 49.60% 4,410 50.01% 34 0.39% -36 -0.41% 8,818
Gibson 10,507 63.84% 5,865 35.64% 86 0.52% 4,642 28.21% 16,458
Grant 17,574 54.08% 14,688 45.20% 232 0.71% 2,886 8.88% 32,494
Greene 8,574 58.85% 5,919 40.62% 77 0.53% 2,655 18.22% 14,570
Hamilton 7,553 38.38% 12,060 61.28% 68 0.35% -4,507 -22.90% 19,681
Hancock 6,573 50.59% 6,370 49.03% 50 0.38% 203 1.56% 12,993
Harrison 5,949 61.28% 3,671 37.81% 88 0.91% 2,278 23.47% 9,708
Hendricks 8,857 43.41% 11,497 56.34% 51 0.25% -2,640 -12.94% 20,405
Henry 12,374 54.52% 10,184 44.87% 139 0.61% 2,190 9.65% 22,697
Howard 17,809 57.56% 12,897 41.68% 235 0.76% 4,912 15.88% 30,941
Huntington 9,308 55.26% 7,438 44.16% 98 0.58% 1,870 11.10% 16,844
Jackson 8,572 57.26% 6,285 41.98% 114 0.76% 2,287 15.28% 14,971
Jasper 3,995 46.91% 4,497 52.81% 24 0.28% -502 -5.89% 8,516
Jay 6,781 59.91% 4,439 39.22% 98 0.87% 2,342 20.69% 11,318
Jefferson 6,694 57.78% 4,808 41.50% 84 0.73% 1,886 16.28% 11,586
Jennings 4,307 55.14% 3,469 44.41% 35 0.45% 838 10.73% 7,811
Johnson 10,099 48.87% 10,472 50.68% 92 0.45% -373 -1.81% 20,663
Knox 12,678 62.11% 7,612 37.29% 121 0.59% 5,066 24.82% 20,411
Kosciusko 8,759 45.18% 10,488 54.10% 141 0.73% -1,729 -8.92% 19,388
Lagrange 2,818 49.96% 2,785 49.38% 37 0.66% 33 0.59% 5,640
Lake 134,978 64.42% 73,722 35.19% 823 0.39% 61,256 29.24% 209,523
La Porte 22,220 57.57% 16,270 42.16% 104 0.27% 5,950 15.42% 38,594
Lawrence 8,677 51.17% 8,186 48.28% 93 0.55% 491 2.90% 16,956
Madison 33,325 57.73% 24,171 41.87% 233 0.40% 9,154 15.86% 57,729
Marion 152,418 51.43% 143,015 48.25% 948 0.32% 9,403 3.17% 296,381
Marshall 8,397 51.15% 7,895 48.10% 123 0.75% 502 3.06% 16,415
Martin 3,137 60.96% 2,000 38.87% 9 0.17% 1,137 22.09% 5,146
Miami 7,667 54.53% 6,270 44.59% 123 0.87% 1,397 9.94% 14,060
Monroe 11,918 53.27% 10,309 46.08% 145 0.65% 1,609 7.19% 22,372
Montgomery 8,042 50.48% 7,823 49.11% 65 0.41% 219 1.37% 15,930
Morgan 7,011 45.44% 8,347 54.10% 70 0.45% -1,336 -8.66% 15,428
Newton 2,547 47.70% 2,780 52.06% 13 0.24% -233 -4.36% 5,340
Noble 7,621 57.03% 5,682 42.52% 60 0.45% 1,939 14.51% 13,363
Ohio 1,397 60.53% 905 39.21% 6 0.26% 492 21.32% 2,308
Orange 4,490 51.55% 4,187 48.07% 33 0.38% 303 3.48% 8,710
Owen 3,339 54.20% 2,788 45.26% 33 0.54% 551 8.94% 6,160
Parke 4,034 52.93% 3,570 46.84% 17 0.22% 464 6.09% 7,621
Perry 6,226 66.65% 3,090 33.08% 25 0.27% 3,136 33.57% 9,341
Pike 4,519 62.14% 2,703 37.17% 50 0.69% 1,816 24.97% 7,272
Porter 12,975 47.00% 14,480 52.45% 152 0.55% -1,505 -5.45% 27,607
Posey 6,164 63.09% 3,573 36.57% 33 0.34% 2,591 26.52% 9,770
Pulaski 3,408 51.37% 3,202 48.27% 24 0.36% 206 3.11% 6,634
Putnam 6,275 53.96% 5,331 45.84% 24 0.21% 944 8.12% 11,630
Randolph 6,804 50.38% 6,551 48.50% 151 1.12% 253 1.87% 13,506
Ripley 5,933 56.23% 4,587 43.47% 32 0.30% 1,346 12.76% 10,552
Rush 4,450 49.31% 4,507 49.94% 68 0.75% -57 -0.63% 9,025
St. Joseph 65,844 61.91% 39,872 37.49% 630 0.59% 25,972 24.42% 106,346
Scott 4,205 67.79% 1,992 32.11% 6 0.10% 2,213 35.68% 6,203
Shelby 9,078 55.17% 7,310 44.42% 67 0.41% 1,768 10.74% 16,455
Spencer 4,834 54.72% 3,980 45.05% 20 0.23% 854 9.67% 8,834
Starke 4,838 58.14% 3,466 41.65% 17 0.20% 1,372 16.49% 8,321
Steuben 3,999 49.34% 4,075 50.28% 31 0.38% -76 -0.94% 8,105
Sullivan 7,351 65.28% 3,867 34.34% 42 0.37% 3,484 30.94% 11,260
Switzerland 2,231 61.29% 1,390 38.19% 19 0.52% 841 23.10% 3,640
Tippecanoe 20,257 51.45% 19,036 48.35% 79 0.20% 1,221 3.10% 39,372
Tipton 4,410 53.03% 3,863 46.45% 43 0.52% 547 6.58% 8,316
Union 1,463 48.69% 1,531 50.95% 11 0.37% -68 -2.26% 3,005
Vanderburgh 45,796 62.39% 27,231 37.10% 380 0.52% 18,565 25.29% 73,407
Vermillion 5,957 63.49% 3,397 36.21% 28 0.30% 2,560 27.29% 9,382
Vigo 27,606 59.05% 19,001 40.64% 144 0.31% 8,605 18.41% 46,751
Wabash 7,485 51.50% 6,905 47.51% 145 1.00% 580 3.99% 14,535
Warren 2,261 51.10% 2,154 48.68% 10 0.23% 107 2.42% 4,425
Warrick 7,222 62.04% 4,376 37.59% 42 0.36% 2,846 24.45% 11,640
Washington 4,943 57.66% 3,598 41.97% 32 0.37% 1,345 15.69% 8,573
Wayne 15,269 49.70% 15,342 49.93% 113 0.37% -73 -0.24% 30,724
Wells 5,945 59.12% 4,018 39.96% 92 0.91% 1,927 19.16% 10,055
White 5,407 51.72% 5,015 47.97% 33 0.32% 392 3.75% 10,455
Whitley 5,798 53.95% 4,896 45.56% 53 0.49% 902 8.39% 10,747
Totals 1,170,848 55.98% 911,118 43.56% 9,640 0.46% 259,730 12.42% 2,091,606

References

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  3. ^ Conway, M. Margaret; ‘The White Backlash Re-examined: Wallace and the 1964 Primaries’; Social Science Quarterly, vol. 49, no. 3: Black America (December, 1968), pp. 710-719
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