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1964 United States presidential election in Nebraska

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1964 United States presidential election in Nebraska

← 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 5 0
Popular vote 307,307 276,847
Percentage 52.61% 47.39%

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

Nebraska was won by incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson (DTexas), with 52.61% of the popular vote, against Senator Barry Goldwater (RArizona), with 47.39% of the popular vote.[3][4]

With his win in the state, President Johnson would become the first Democratic presidential candidate since Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936 to win the state. The Cornhusker State was Johnson's weakest in the Great Plains region, and one of two where he did not win every congressional district, the other being Oklahoma. Senator Goldwater carried the state's 3rd district which encompassed the western half of the state, while Johnson carried the 1st and 2nd in the eastern half. Johnson carried 38 counties to Goldwater's 55. Nebraska weighed in as 17.36% more Republican than the national average. Had Goldwater won the state, it would've been the longest streak in which Nebraska has voted for a Republican presidential candidate, going as far back as 1940.

As of the 2020 presidential election, this is the last time the Democratic candidate won Nebraska at large, as well as Adams County, Sarpy County, Cass County, Washington County, Saunders County, Gage County, Dixon County, Nemaha County, Richardson County, Boone County, Lincoln County, Polk County, Fillmore County, Johnson County, Cedar County, Buffalo County, Seward County, Hall County, Jefferson County, Thayer County, Webster County, Platte County, Nuckolls County, Clay County, Colfax County, Franklin County, Howard County, Nance County, Logan County, and Kearney County. Douglas County and Lancaster County would not vote Democratic again until 2008.[5] Barack Obama would later win the state's 2nd congressional district in 2008 and received one electoral vote from the state. Joe Biden, Obama's running mate in 2008, did the same in 2020. Nebraska as a whole, however, has remained a safely Republican state.

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Results

1964 United States presidential election in Nebraska
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson (inc.) 307,307 52.61%
Republican Barry Goldwater 276,847 47.39%
Total votes 584,154 100%

Results by county

County[6] Lyndon Baines Johnson
Democratic
Barry Morris Goldwater
Republican
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # %
Adams 6,441 53.55% 5,586 46.45% 855 7.11% 12,027
Antelope 2,004 43.85% 2,566 56.15% -562 -12.30% 4,570
Arthur 126 34.15% 243 65.85% -117 -31.71% 369
Banner 196 35.44% 357 64.56% -161 -29.11% 553
Blaine 195 37.43% 326 62.57% -131 -25.14% 521
Boone 1,905 50.16% 1,893 49.84% 12 0.32% 3,798
Box Butte 1,968 41.93% 2,725 58.07% -757 -16.13% 4,693
Boyd 908 45.22% 1,100 54.78% -192 -9.56% 2,008
Brown 885 41.03% 1,272 58.97% -387 -17.94% 2,157
Buffalo 5,436 50.05% 5,425 49.95% 11 0.10% 10,861
Burt 2,074 45.75% 2,459 54.25% -385 -8.49% 4,533
Butler 2,993 64.57% 1,642 35.43% 1,351 29.15% 4,635
Cass 3,975 57.43% 2,947 42.57% 1,028 14.85% 6,922
Cedar 3,104 57.45% 2,299 42.55% 805 14.90% 5,403
Chase 907 45.62% 1,081 54.38% -174 -8.75% 1,988
Cherry 1,428 38.89% 2,244 61.11% -816 -22.22% 3,672
Cheyenne 2,689 46.22% 3,129 53.78% -440 -7.56% 5,818
Clay 2,001 51.57% 1,879 48.43% 122 3.14% 3,880
Colfax 2,207 52.81% 1,972 47.19% 235 5.62% 4,179
Cuming 2,265 42.50% 3,064 57.50% -799 -14.99% 5,329
Custer 3,475 47.02% 3,916 52.98% -441 -5.97% 7,391
Dakota 2,654 58.20% 1,906 41.80% 748 16.40% 4,560
Dawes 1,569 38.39% 2,518 61.61% -949 -23.22% 4,087
Dawson 3,790 45.30% 4,577 54.70% -787 -9.41% 8,367
Deuel 533 35.42% 972 64.58% -439 -29.17% 1,505
Dixon 1,912 50.89% 1,845 49.11% 67 1.78% 3,757
Dodge 6,731 49.70% 6,812 50.30% -81 -0.60% 13,543
Douglas 77,480 55.70% 61,613 44.30% 15,867 11.41% 139,093
Dundy 712 43.87% 911 56.13% -199 -12.26% 1,623
Fillmore 2,497 56.33% 1,936 43.67% 561 12.66% 4,433
Franklin 1,409 53.17% 1,241 46.83% 168 6.34% 2,650
Frontier 841 43.55% 1,090 56.45% -249 -12.89% 1,931
Furnas 1,669 45.35% 2,011 54.65% -342 -9.29% 3,680
Gage 6,411 61.37% 4,035 38.63% 2,376 22.75% 10,446
Garden 559 33.57% 1,106 66.43% -547 -32.85% 1,665
Garfield 483 38.83% 761 61.17% -278 -22.35% 1,244
Gosper 512 48.35% 547 51.65% -35 -3.31% 1,059
Grant 199 39.56% 304 60.44% -105 -20.87% 503
Greeley 1,305 62.74% 775 37.26% 530 25.48% 2,080
Hall 8,273 55.20% 6,715 44.80% 1,558 10.39% 14,988
Hamilton 1,886 47.26% 2,105 52.74% -219 -5.49% 3,991
Harlan 1,195 48.22% 1,283 51.78% -88 -3.55% 2,478
Hayes 362 41.85% 503 58.15% -141 -16.30% 865
Hitchcock 946 45.16% 1,149 54.84% -203 -9.69% 2,095
Holt 2,739 46.17% 3,194 53.83% -455 -7.67% 5,933
Hooker 137 29.03% 335 70.97% -198 -41.95% 472
Howard 2,025 66.52% 1,019 33.48% 1,006 33.05% 3,044
Jefferson 2,804 55.21% 2,275 44.79% 529 10.42% 5,079
Johnson 1,554 54.22% 1,312 45.78% 242 8.44% 2,866
Kearney 1,767 56.65% 1,352 43.35% 415 13.31% 3,119
Keith 1,784 48.07% 1,927 51.93% -143 -3.85% 3,711
Keya Paha 320 38.74% 506 61.26% -186 -22.52% 826
Kimball 1,242 44.12% 1,573 55.88% -331 -11.76% 2,815
Knox 2,617 48.74% 2,752 51.26% -135 -2.51% 5,369
Lancaster 34,503 59.09% 23,887 40.91% 10,616 18.18% 58,390
Lincoln 6,446 57.26% 4,811 42.74% 1,635 14.52% 11,257
Logan 296 52.58% 267 47.42% 29 5.15% 563
Loup 176 33.59% 348 66.41% -172 -32.82% 524
Madison 4,661 43.09% 6,155 56.91% -1,494 -13.81% 10,816
McPherson 104 32.20% 219 67.80% -115 -35.60% 323
Merrick 1,741 49.19% 1,798 50.81% -57 -1.61% 3,539
Morrill 1,228 42.68% 1,649 57.32% -421 -14.63% 2,877
Nance 1,323 53.39% 1,155 46.61% 168 6.78% 2,478
Nemaha 2,084 51.84% 1,936 48.16% 148 3.68% 4,020
Nuckolls 2,181 58.52% 1,546 41.48% 635 17.04% 3,727
Otoe 3,169 46.64% 3,626 53.36% -457 -6.73% 6,795
Pawnee 1,111 48.79% 1,166 51.21% -55 -2.42% 2,277
Perkins 877 49.02% 912 50.98% -35 -1.96% 1,789
Phelps 2,153 46.88% 2,440 53.12% -287 -6.25% 4,593
Pierce 1,631 45.36% 1,965 54.64% -334 -9.29% 3,596
Platte 5,160 52.31% 4,705 47.69% 455 4.61% 9,865
Polk 1,730 51.84% 1,607 48.16% 123 3.69% 3,337
Red Willow 2,416 46.86% 2,740 53.14% -324 -6.28% 5,156
Richardson 3,245 53.24% 2,850 46.76% 395 6.48% 6,095
Rock 376 31.05% 835 68.95% -459 -37.90% 1,211
Saline 4,125 69.86% 1,780 30.14% 2,345 39.71% 5,905
Sarpy 5,581 55.82% 4,418 44.18% 1,163 11.63% 9,999
Saunders 4,172 55.50% 3,345 44.50% 827 11.00% 7,517
Scotts Bluff 6,368 48.97% 6,635 51.03% -267 -2.05% 13,003
Seward 3,347 60.11% 2,221 39.89% 1,126 20.22% 5,568
Sheridan 1,156 32.15% 2,440 67.85% -1,284 -35.71% 3,596
Sherman 1,632 68.17% 762 31.83% 870 36.34% 2,394
Sioux 379 35.19% 698 64.81% -319 -29.62% 1,077
Stanton 1,014 43.84% 1,299 56.16% -285 -12.32% 2,313
Thayer 2,298 51.87% 2,132 48.13% 166 3.75% 4,430
Thomas 212 39.92% 319 60.08% -107 -20.15% 531
Thurston 1,700 58.74% 1,194 41.26% 506 17.48% 2,894
Valley 1,545 48.25% 1,657 51.75% -112 -3.50% 3,202
Washington 2,701 50.59% 2,638 49.41% 63 1.18% 5,339
Wayne 1,630 40.86% 2,359 59.14% -729 -18.28% 3,989
Webster 1,657 58.18% 1,191 41.82% 466 16.36% 2,848
Wheeler 248 43.89% 317 56.11% -69 -12.21% 565
York 2,832 45.37% 3,410 54.63% -578 -9.26% 6,242
Totals 307,307 52.61% 276,847 47.39% 30,460 5.21% 584,154

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1964 – Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  2. ^ "1964 Election for the Forty-Fifth Term (1965-69)". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  3. ^ "1964 Presidential General Election Results – Nebraska". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
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  5. ^ Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016
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