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1980 United States presidential election in Colorado

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1980 United States presidential election in Colorado

← 1976 November 4, 1980 1984 →
 
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Nominee Ronald Reagan Jimmy Carter John B. Anderson
Party Republican Democratic National Unity
Home state California Georgia Illinois
Running mate George H. W. Bush Walter Mondale Patrick Lucey
Electoral vote 7 0 0
Popular vote 652,264 367,973 130,633
Percentage 55.07% 31.07% 11.03%

Colorado 1980 election results.svg

President before election

Jimmy Carter
Democratic

Elected President

Ronald Reagan
Republican

The 1980 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 4, 1980. All 50 states and The District of Columbia, were part of the 1980 United States presidential election. State voters chose seven electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Colorado was won by the Republican Party candidate, former California Governor Ronald Reagan by a landslide of 24 points, defeating Democratic incumbent president Jimmy Carter. John B. Anderson, an Illinois Republican congressman running on the National Unity ticket, received 11% of the vote.[1]

As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last occasion where a Republican candidate carried the City and County of Denver.[2] Since then, Denver has remained a reliable Democratic stronghold in presidential elections.

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Full results

Presidential Candidate Running Mate Party Electoral Vote (EV) Popular Vote (PV)
Ronald Reagan of California George H. W. Bush Republican 7[1] 652,264 55.07%
Jimmy Carter Walter Mondale Democratic 0 367,973 31.07%
John B. Anderson Patrick Lucey National Unity 0 130,633 11.03%
Ed Clark David Koch Libertarian 0 25,744 2.17%
Barry Commoner LaDonna Harris Citizens 0 5,614 0.47%
Benjamin Bubar Earl Dodge Statesman 0 1,180 0.10%
Andrew Pulley Matilde Zimmermann Socialist Workers 0 520 0.04%
Gus Hall Angela Davis Communist 0 487 0.04%

Results by county

County Ronald Wilson Reagan[3]
Republican
James Earl Carter[3]
Democratic
John Bayard Anderson[4]
National Unity
Edward E. Clark[4]
Libertarian
Various candidates[4]
Other parties
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Rio Blanco 74.46% 1,971 17.45% 462 5.40% 143 2.38% 63 0.30% 8 57.01% 1,509
Dolores 75.28% 615 19.22% 157 3.92% 32 1.47% 12 0.12% 1 56.06% 458
Baca 74.26% 1,999 20.47% 551 3.94% 106 1.30% 35 0.04% 1 53.79% 1,448
Douglas 70.08% 8,126 18.18% 2,108 9.12% 1,058 2.29% 266 0.33% 38 51.90% 6,018
Washington 71.40% 2,007 20.21% 568 5.69% 160 2.49% 70 0.21% 6 51.19% 1,439
Kit Carson 71.78% 2,622 21.63% 790 5.06% 185 1.42% 52 0.11% 4 50.15% 1,832
Ouray 67.69% 813 19.73% 237 10.74% 129 1.17% 14 0.67% 8 47.96% 576
Yuma 68.89% 3,220 22.31% 1,043 6.82% 319 1.86% 87 0.11% 5 46.58% 2,177
Hinsdale 69.05% 232 22.62% 76 3.87% 13 3.57% 12 0.89% 3 46.43% 156
Moffat 67.90% 3,344 21.91% 1,079 6.68% 329 2.82% 139 0.69% 34 45.99% 2,265
Mesa 68.92% 22,686 22.93% 7,549 6.09% 2,004 1.77% 582 0.29% 95 45.99% 15,137
Montrose 68.21% 6,685 22.78% 2,232 6.48% 635 2.30% 225 0.23% 23 45.44% 4,453
Elbert 67.49% 2,107 22.36% 698 7.62% 238 2.37% 74 0.16% 5 45.13% 1,409
Teller 66.28% 2,457 21.63% 802 8.69% 322 2.89% 107 0.51% 19 44.65% 1,655
Montezuma 68.60% 4,120 24.43% 1,467 4.58% 275 2.06% 124 0.33% 20 44.17% 2,653
Custer 66.73% 674 22.87% 231 5.84% 59 4.06% 41 0.50% 5 43.86% 443
Sedgwick 67.39% 1,151 25.64% 438 5.85% 100 0.88% 15 0.23% 4 41.74% 713
Delta 66.97% 6,179 25.45% 2,348 4.93% 455 1.73% 160 0.92% 85 41.52% 3,831
Cheyenne 65.86% 816 25.99% 322 6.13% 76 1.53% 19 0.48% 6 39.87% 494
Lincoln 64.74% 1,535 25.39% 602 7.38% 175 2.40% 57 0.08% 2 39.35% 933
Arapahoe 62.19% 79,594 23.56% 30,148 11.98% 15,329 1.80% 2,307 0.47% 602 38.64% 49,446
Archuleta 65.89% 1,252 28.00% 532 4.37% 83 1.58% 30 0.16% 3 37.89% 720
Grand 61.28% 2,133 23.56% 820 11.86% 413 2.93% 102 0.37% 13 37.72% 1,313
El Paso 63.66% 66,199 26.41% 27,463 7.58% 7,886 1.96% 2,042 0.38% 400 37.25% 38,736
Jackson 63.55% 673 26.72% 283 7.55% 80 1.98% 21 0.19% 2 36.83% 390
Kiowa 65.06% 754 28.56% 331 5.26% 61 1.04% 12 0.09% 1 36.50% 423
Phillips 63.21% 1,488 27.19% 640 8.20% 193 1.23% 29 0.17% 4 36.02% 848
Morgan 62.50% 5,209 26.95% 2,246 8.32% 693 1.63% 136 0.60% 50 35.55% 2,963
Logan 63.16% 5,238 28.12% 2,332 7.09% 588 1.47% 122 0.16% 13 35.04% 2,906
Lake 59.76% 7,291 24.87% 3,034 12.60% 1,537 1.84% 225 0.93% 114 34.89% 4,257
Park 59.34% 1,623 24.64% 674 10.71% 293 4.46% 122 0.84% 23 34.70% 949
Jefferson 59.66% 97,008 25.54% 41,525 12.01% 19,530 2.42% 3,929 0.38% 619 34.12% 55,483
Rio Grande 63.37% 2,844 30.53% 1,370 4.12% 185 1.87% 84 0.11% 5 32.84% 1,474
Mineral 60.22% 271 27.78% 125 9.11% 41 2.89% 13 0.00% 0 32.44% 146
Chaffee 60.73% 3,327 28.90% 1,583 7.89% 432 1.86% 102 0.62% 34 31.84% 1,744
Crowley 62.86% 926 32.04% 472 3.87% 57 1.15% 17 0.07% 1 30.82% 454
Weld 58.80% 23,901 28.13% 11,433 10.60% 4,309 1.94% 790 0.52% 213 30.67% 12,468
Larimer 56.51% 36,240 26.62% 17,072 13.86% 8,887 2.31% 1,484 0.70% 446 29.89% 19,168
Clear Creek 56.22% 1,784 26.38% 837 12.67% 402 3.97% 126 0.76% 24 29.85% 947
Garfield 58.08% 5,416 28.30% 2,639 10.49% 978 2.42% 226 0.71% 66 29.78% 2,777
Gunnison 55.45% 2,756 26.10% 1,297 14.16% 704 2.72% 135 1.57% 78 29.36% 1,459
Prowers 59.77% 3,115 32.02% 1,669 6.52% 340 1.09% 57 0.59% 31 27.74% 1,446
Fremont 59.13% 7,162 32.63% 3,952 6.03% 731 1.64% 199 0.57% 69 26.50% 3,210
Eagle 52.63% 3,061 27.65% 1,608 15.58% 906 3.32% 193 0.83% 48 24.98% 1,453
Routt 53.33% 3,574 29.01% 1,944 13.73% 920 3.43% 230 0.51% 34 24.32% 1,630
San Juan 48.82% 268 26.59% 146 17.12% 94 6.56% 36 0.91% 5 22.22% 122
Gilpin 50.04% 694 31.80% 441 12.62% 175 3.97% 55 1.59% 22 18.24% 253
Otero 54.55% 4,801 37.43% 3,294 6.50% 572 1.12% 99 0.40% 35 17.12% 1,507
Summit 46.54% 2,027 29.51% 1,285 19.40% 845 3.83% 167 0.71% 31 17.04% 742
Alamosa 53.87% 2,601 37.72% 1,821 5.99% 289 1.99% 96 0.43% 21 16.16% 780
Boulder 46.74% 40,698 32.64% 28,422 15.75% 13,712 3.02% 2,630 1.85% 1,607 14.10% 12,276
Adams 50.50% 42,916 36.90% 31,357 9.82% 8,342 2.41% 2,044 0.37% 316 13.60% 11,559
Bent 51.76% 1,206 38.37% 894 7.04% 164 1.80% 42 1.03% 24 13.39% 312
Saguache 52.65% 1,124 41.83% 893 3.33% 71 1.92% 41 0.28% 6 10.82% 231
Pitkin 39.75% 2,153 32.49% 1,760 20.82% 1,128 5.26% 285 1.68% 91 7.25% 393
San Miguel 42.79% 774 35.99% 651 16.42% 297 3.04% 55 1.77% 32 6.80% 123
La Plata 45.45% 1,375 40.10% 1,213 9.55% 289 3.97% 120 0.93% 28 5.36% 162
Conejos 49.41% 1,597 46.50% 1,503 2.78% 90 1.24% 40 0.06% 2 2.91% 94
Denver 42.19% 88,398 41.00% 85,903 13.66% 28,610 2.12% 4,435 1.03% 2,162 1.19% 2,495
Pueblo 44.72% 20,770 47.10% 21,874 6.68% 3,102 1.26% 585 0.24% 110 -2.38% -1,104
Huerfano 41.49% 1,258 51.91% 1,574 4.82% 146 0.73% 22 1.06% 32 -10.42% -316
Las Animas 39.37% 2,917 55.57% 4,117 3.75% 278 1.21% 90 0.09% 7 -16.20% -1,200
Costilla 30.89% 489 65.45% 1,036 2.40% 38 0.95% 15 0.32% 5 -34.55% -547

References

  1. ^ a b "1980 Presidential General Election Results – Colorado". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved May 22, 2015.
  2. ^ Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016
  3. ^ a b Géoelections; 1980 Presidential Election Popular Vote (.xlsx file for €15)
  4. ^ a b c Géoelections; Popular Vote for John B. Anderson (.xlsx file for €15)


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