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1968 United States presidential election in Maryland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States presidential election in Maryland, 1968

← 1964 November 5, 1968 1972 →
 
Hubert Humphrey crop.jpg
Richard Nixon portrait.jpg
George C Wallace.jpg
Nominee Hubert Humphrey Richard Nixon George Wallace
Party Democratic Republican American Independent
Home state Minnesota New York[b] Alabama
Running mate Edmund Muskie Spiro Agnew Marvin Griffin[a]
Electoral vote 10 0 0
Popular vote 538,310 517,995 178,734
Percentage 43.59% 41.94% 14.47%

Maryland Presidential Election Results 1968.svg
County results

President before election

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

Elected President

Richard Nixon
Republican

The United States presidential election in Maryland, 1968 was held on November 5th, 1968. Hubert Humphrey won the state by 20,315 votes against Richard Nixon and by 359,576 votes against George Wallace.[1]

Maryland was the home state of Republican vice presidential nominee Spiro Agnew, who was the sitting Governor of Maryland at the time of the election.

Results

1968 United States presidential election in Maryland[1]
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Hubert Humphrey Edmund Muskie 538,310 43.59% 10
Republican Richard Nixon Spiro Agnew 517,995 41.94% 0
American Independent George Wallace Marvin Griffin[a] 178,734 14.47% 0

Results by county

County Hubert Horatio Humphrey
Democratic
Richard Milhous Nixon
Republican
George Corley Wallace
American Independent
Margin Total votes cast[2]
# % # % # % # %
Allegany 13,227 41.45% 13,561 42.50% 5,122 16.05% -334 -1.05% 31,910
Anne Arundel 25,381 32.70% 36,557 47.09% 15,687 20.21% -11,176 -14.40% 77,625
Baltimore County 80,798 36.89% 108,930 49.74% 29,283 13.37% -28,132 -12.85% 219,011
Baltimore City 178,450 61.56% 80,146 27.65% 31,288 10.79% 98,304 33.91% 289,884
Calvert 2,032 37.29% 1,946 35.71% 1,471 27.00% 86 1.58% 5,449
Caroline 1,697 27.23% 3,120 50.07% 1,414 22.69% -1,423 -22.84% 6,231
Carroll 4,658 23.73% 11,888 60.56% 3,085 15.71% -7,230 -36.83% 19,631
Cecil 4,517 31.78% 6,462 45.46% 3,235 22.76% -1,945 -13.68% 14,214
Charles 4,247 35.20% 4,645 38.50% 3,173 26.30% -398 -3.30% 12,065
Dorchester 2,714 26.83% 4,183 41.36% 3,217 31.81% 966[c] 9.55% 10,114
Frederick 8,316 31.60% 13,649 51.87% 4,348 16.52% -5,333 -20.27% 26,313
Garrett 1,933 28.54% 4,021 59.38% 818 12.08% -2,088 -30.83% 6,772
Harford 9,914 32.30% 15,799 51.48% 4,978 16.22% -5,885 -19.18% 30,691
Howard 5,752 31.08% 9,957 53.81% 2,796 15.11% -4,205 -22.72% 18,505
Kent 2,243 35.41% 2,946 46.50% 1,146 18.09% -703 -11.10% 6,335
Montgomery 92,026 48.08% 84,651 44.23% 14,726 7.69% 7,375 3.85% 191,403
Prince George's 71,524 40.26% 73,269 41.24% 32,867 18.50% -1,745 -0.98% 177,660
Queen Anne's 1,969 31.99% 2,888 46.92% 1,298 21.09% -919 -14.93% 6,155
Somerset 2,319 32.91% 2,829 40.14% 1,899 26.95% -510 -7.24% 7,047
St. Mary's 3,280 35.75% 3,348 36.49% 2,547 27.76% -68 -0.74% 9,175
Talbot 2,609 29.37% 4,902 55.18% 1,372 15.45% -2,293 -25.81% 8,883
Washington 11,266 33.08% 16,050 47.13% 6,737 19.78% -4,784 -14.05% 34,053
Wicomico 5,392 29.22% 8,707 47.18% 4,356 23.60% -3,315 -17.96% 18,455
Worcester 2,046 27.43% 3,541 47.48% 1,871 25.09% -1,495 -20.05% 7,458
Totals 538,310 43.59% 517,995 41.94% 178,734 14.47% 20,315 1.64% 1,235,039

References

  1. ^ a b Maryland Manual 1969–1970. The Hall of Records Commission of the State of Maryland. p. 473. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  2. ^ Maryland State Board of Elections, ‘For President of the United States’, Maryland General Election Returns – November 5, 1968 (Annapolis, 1968)

Notes

  1. ^ a b Though Curtis LeMay was Wallace's official running mate, Griffin's name was on the Maryland ballot.
  2. ^ Although he was born in California and he served as a U.S. Senator from California, in 1968 Richard Nixon’s official state of residence was New York, because he moved there to practice law after his defeat in the 1962 California gubernatorial election. During his first term as president, Nixon re-established his residency in California. Consequently, most reliable reference books list Nixon's home state as New York in the 1968 election and his home state as California in the 1972 (and 1960) election.
  3. ^ In this county where Wallace ran second ahead of Humphrey, margin given is Nixon vote minus Wallace vote and percentage margin Nixon percentage minus Wallace percentage.


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