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1964 United States presidential election in Maryland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1964 United States presidential election in Maryland

← 1960 November 3, 1964[1] 1968 →
 
Black and White 37 Lyndon Johnson 3x4.jpg
Senator Goldwater 1960.jpg
Nominee Lyndon B. Johnson Barry Goldwater
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Texas Arizona
Running mate Hubert Humphrey William E. Miller
Electoral vote 10 0
Popular vote 730,912 385,495
Percentage 65.5% 34.5%

Maryland Presidential Election Results 1964.svg
County Results

President before election

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

Elected President

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

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

Maryland was won by incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson (DTexas), with 65.47 percent of the popular vote, against Senator Barry Goldwater (RArizona), with 34.53 percent of the popular vote.[3][4] As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last election in which Harford County, Frederick County, Carroll County, Washington County, Wicomico County, Worcester County, Queen Anne's County, Talbot County, and Caroline County voted for a Democratic Presidential candidate.[5] Anne Arundel County would not vote Democratic again until 2016.[5]

Results

1964 United States presidential election in Maryland[3]
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson Hubert Humphrey 730,912 65.47% 10
Republican Barry Goldwater William E. Miller 385,495 34.53% 0

Results by county

County Lyndon Baines Johnson
Democratic
Barry Morris Goldwater
Republican
Margin Total votes cast[6]
# % # % # %
Allegany 20,425 62.25% 12,384 37.75% 8,041 24.51% 32,809
Anne Arundel 37,981 58.70% 26,725 41.30% 11,256 17.40% 64,706
Baltimore County 117,153 60.07% 77,870 39.93% 39,283 20.14% 195,023
Baltimore City 240,716 75.98% 76,089 24.02% 164,627 51.96% 316,805
Calvert 3,335 65.39% 1,765 34.61% 1,570 30.78% 5,100
Caroline 3,710 57.91% 2,696 42.09% 1,014 15.83% 6,406
Carroll 8,451 50.35% 8,332 49.65% 119 0.71% 16,783
Cecil 7,854 59.57% 5,330 40.43% 2,524 19.14% 13,184
Charles 6,546 65.45% 3,455 34.55% 3,091 30.91% 10,001
Dorchester 4,564 46.14% 5,327 53.86% -763 -7.71% 9,891
Frederick 14,548 61.10% 9,264 38.90% 5,284 22.19% 23,812
Garrett 3,515 49.24% 3,624 50.76% -109 -1.53% 7,139
Harford 13,550 57.62% 9,968 42.38% 3,582 15.23% 23,518
Howard 8,185 54.50% 6,833 45.50% 1,352 9.00% 15,018
Kent 4,113 67.19% 2,008 32.81% 2,105 34.39% 6,121
Montgomery 103,113 66.24% 52,554 33.76% 50,559 32.48% 155,667
Prince George's 81,806 63.80% 46,413 36.20% 35,393 27.60% 128,219
Queen Anne's 4,052 67.45% 1,955 32.55% 2,097 34.91% 6,007
Somerset 4,527 58.93% 3,155 41.07% 1,372 17.86% 7,682
St. Mary's 5,831 66.95% 2,878 33.05% 2,953 33.91% 8,709
Talbot 4,671 55.85% 3,693 44.15% 978 11.69% 8,364
Washington 19,858 60.89% 12,756 39.11% 7,102 21.78% 32,614
Wicomico 8,695 53.86% 7,448 46.14% 1,247 7.72% 16,143
Worcester 3,713 55.53% 2,973 44.47% 740 11.07% 6,686
Totals 730,912 65.47% 385,495 34.53% 345,417 30.94% 1,116,407

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1964 - Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved May 30, 2017.
  2. ^ "1964 Election for the Forty-Fifth Term (1965-69)". Retrieved May 30, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Maryland Manual 1965–1966. The Hall of Records Commission of the State of Maryland. p. 477. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  4. ^ "The American Presidency Project - Election of 1964". Retrieved May 30, 2017.
  5. ^ a b Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016
  6. ^ Scammon, Richard M. (compiler); America at the Polls: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics 1920-1964; p. 211 ISBN 0405077114
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