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1968 United States presidential election in Oklahoma

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1968 United States presidential election in Oklahoma

← 1964 November 5, 1968 1972 →
 
Richard Nixon portrait.jpg
Hubert Humphrey crop.jpg
George C Wallace.jpg
Nominee Richard Nixon Hubert Humphrey George Wallace
Party Republican Democratic American Independent
Home state New York[a] Minnesota Alabama
Running mate Spiro Agnew Edmund Muskie Curtis LeMay
Electoral vote 8 0 0
Popular vote 449,697 301,658 191,731
Percentage 47.7% 32.0% 20.3%

1968UnitedStatesPresidentialElectionInOklahoma.png
County Results

President before election

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

Elected President

Richard Nixon
Republican

The 1968 United States presidential election in Oklahoma took place on November 5, 1968. All fifty states and the District of Columbia were part of the 1968 United States presidential election. Oklahoma voters chose eight electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president of the United States.

Former Vice President Richard Nixon, the Republican nominee, won the state with 449,697 votes and 47.68 percent of the vote, with Vice President Hubert Humphrey, the Democratic nominee, taking 301,658 votes and 31.99 percent of the vote, followed by American Independent George Wallace, who took 191,731 votes and 20.33 percent of the vote.[1] Wallace’s performance is the second-best by a third-party candidate in the Sooner State,[2] behind Ross Perot in 1992. The Wallace pluralities in Atoka and Pushmataha Counties in the southeast marked the only occasion that a third-party candidate has ever carried any Oklahoma county.

Results

Electoral Results
Presidential candidate Party Home state Popular vote Electoral
vote
Running mate
Count Percentage Vice-presidential candidate Home state Electoral vote
Richard Nixon Republican New York 449,697 47.68% 8 Spiro Agnew Maryland 8
Hubert Humphrey Democrat Minnesota 301,658 31.99% 0 Edmund Muskie Maine 0
George Wallace American Alabama 191,731 20.33% 0 Curtis LeMay California 0
Total 943,086 100% 8 8
Needed to win 270 270

Results by county

County Nixon# Nixon% Humphrey# Humphrey% Wallace# Wallace% Total votes cast
Adair 2,877 53.02% 1,549 28.55% 1,000 18.43% 5,426
Alfalfa 2,672 69.46% 865 22.49% 310 8.06% 3,847
Atoka 1,131 27.29% 1,400 33.78% 1,613 38.92% 4,144
Beaver 2,114 68.70% 624 20.28% 339 11.02% 3,077
Beckham 2,935 42.92% 2,354 34.42% 1,550 22.66% 6,839
Blaine 3,036 60.08% 1,285 25.43% 732 14.49% 5,053
Bryan 2,727 33.24% 3,214 39.17% 2,264 27.59% 8,205
Caddo 4,712 43.70% 4,212 39.07% 1,858 17.23% 10,782
Canadian 5,891 49.12% 3,577 29.83% 2,525 21.05% 11,993
Carter 5,127 35.73% 5,807 40.47% 3,414 23.79% 14,348
Cherokee 3,971 47.32% 2,554 30.44% 1,866 22.24% 8,391
Choctaw 1,414 26.03% 2,268 41.74% 1,751 32.23% 5,433
Cimarron 1,122 53.81% 436 20.91% 527 25.28% 2,085
Cleveland 12,446 48.29% 8,617 33.43% 4,711 18.28% 25,774
Coal 669 29.64% 963 42.67% 625 27.69% 2,257
Comanche 9,225 39.82% 8,061 34.80% 5,879 25.38% 23,165
Cotton 1,016 32.64% 1,192 38.29% 905 29.07% 3,113
Craig 2,686 44.67% 2,098 34.89% 1,229 20.44% 6,013
Creek 6,934 43.34% 5,151 32.20% 3,913 24.46% 15,998
Custer 4,709 56.31% 2,717 32.49% 936 11.19% 8,362
Delaware 3,168 47.29% 2,129 31.78% 1,402 20.93% 6,699
Dewey 1,508 53.46% 773 27.40% 540 19.14% 2,821
Ellis 1,601 62.54% 533 20.82% 426 16.64% 2,560
Garfield 14,370 61.99% 5,802 25.03% 3,011 12.99% 23,183
Garvin 3,786 36.75% 3,845 37.33% 2,670 25.92% 10,301
Grady 4,242 38.15% 4,760 42.81% 2,117 19.04% 11,119
Grant 2,403 61.82% 1,047 26.94% 437 11.24% 3,887
Greer 1,225 35.26% 1,419 40.85% 830 23.89% 3,474
Harmon 644 30.04% 1,097 51.17% 403 18.80% 2,144
Harper 1,483 63.00% 518 22.01% 353 15.00% 2,354
Haskell 1,516 37.05% 1,563 38.20% 1,013 24.76% 4,092
Hughes 1,897 33.60% 2,578 45.67% 1,170 20.73% 5,645
Jackson 2,248 30.36% 3,371 45.52% 1,786 24.12% 7,405
Jefferson 780 25.09% 1,628 52.36% 701 22.55% 3,109
Johnston 1,048 32.37% 1,216 37.55% 974 30.08% 3,238
Kay 12,751 59.06% 6,031 27.93% 2,809 13.01% 21,591
Kingfisher 3,558 64.64% 1,226 22.27% 720 13.08% 5,504
Kiowa 2,418 43.22% 2,219 39.67% 957 17.11% 5,594
Latimer 1,091 32.73% 1,350 40.50% 892 26.76% 3,333
Le Flore 3,600 32.83% 4,020 36.66% 3,345 30.51% 10,965
Lincoln 3,855 47.43% 2,304 28.35% 1,969 24.22% 8,128
Logan 3,960 48.55% 2,508 30.75% 1,689 20.71% 8,157
Love 677 28.52% 931 39.22% 766 32.27% 2,374
McClain 2,047 36.98% 1,842 33.27% 1,647 29.75% 5,536
McCurtain 2,795 32.43% 2,944 34.16% 2,880 33.41% 8,619
McIntosh 1,532 33.71% 1,759 38.70% 1,254 27.59% 4,545
Major 2,550 72.84% 594 16.97% 357 10.20% 3,501
Marshall 1,209 35.71% 1,191 35.17% 986 29.12% 3,386
Mayes 4,260 44.63% 2,855 29.91% 2,431 25.47% 9,546
Murray 1,454 34.18% 1,773 41.68% 1,027 24.14% 4,254
Muskogee 8,707 38.39% 9,377 41.34% 4,596 20.26% 22,680
Noble 2,911 58.92% 1,412 28.58% 618 12.51% 4,941
Nowata 2,116 46.92% 1,314 29.14% 1,080 23.95% 4,510
Okfuskee 1,686 37.94% 1,777 39.99% 981 22.07% 4,444
Oklahoma 93,212 49.73% 60,395 32.22% 33,834 18.05% 187,441
Okmulgee 4,709 34.81% 6,089 45.02% 2,728 20.17% 13,526
Osage 5,499 46.50% 3,919 33.14% 2,407 20.36% 11,825
Ottawa 5,000 44.48% 4,820 42.88% 1,421 12.64% 11,241
Pawnee 2,437 51.09% 1,343 28.16% 990 20.75% 4,770
Payne 9,577 53.73% 5,772 32.38% 2,475 13.89% 17,824
Pittsburg 3,978 28.79% 6,112 44.24% 3,726 26.97% 13,816
Pontotoc 4,161 38.26% 4,291 39.45% 2,425 22.29% 10,877
Pottawatomie 6,899 39.44% 6,721 38.42% 3,873 22.14% 17,493
Pushmataha 1,225 32.72% 1,232 32.91% 1,287 34.38% 3,744
Roger Mills 1,102 45.31% 720 29.61% 610 25.08% 2,432
Rogers 4,631 44.37% 2,665 25.53% 3,141 30.09% 10,437
Seminole 3,711 38.09% 3,889 39.92% 2,142 21.99% 9,742
Sequoyah 2,797 36.93% 2,618 34.57% 2,158 28.50% 7,573
Stephens 5,508 38.46% 5,249 36.65% 3,566 24.90% 14,323
Texas 3,729 63.65% 1,176 20.07% 954 16.28% 5,859
Tillman 1,748 35.71% 1,771 36.18% 1,376 28.11% 4,895
Tulsa 81,476 57.11% 32,748 22.95% 28,443 19.94% 142,667
Wagoner 3,187 41.76% 2,183 28.60% 2,262 29.64% 7,632
Washington 12,812 62.36% 4,641 22.59% 3,091 15.05% 20,544
Washita 2,592 49.65% 1,771 33.92% 858 16.43% 5,221
Woods 3,449 63.81% 1,439 26.62% 517 9.57% 5,405
Woodward 3,748 64.01% 1,444 24.66% 663 11.32% 5,855
Totals 449,697 47.68% 301,658 31.99% 191,731 20.33% 943,086

References

  1. ^ Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas; 1968 Presidential General Election Results – Oklahoma
  2. ^ Thomas, G. Scott; The Pursuit of the White House: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics and History, p. 444 ISBN 0313257957

Notes

  1. ^ 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.
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