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1984 United States presidential election in Maryland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1984 United States presidential election in Maryland

← 1980 November 6, 1984 1988 →
 
Ronald Reagan presidential portrait (cropped).jpg
Vice President Mondale 1977 closeup.jpg
Nominee Ronald Reagan Walter Mondale
Party Republican Democratic
Home state California Minnesota
Running mate George H. W. Bush Geraldine Ferraro
Electoral vote 10 0
Popular vote 879,918 787,935
Percentage 52.51% 47.02%

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County Results

President before election

Ronald Reagan
Republican

Elected President

Ronald Reagan
Republican

The 1984 United States presidential election in Maryland took place on November 6, 1984, as part of the 1984 United States presidential election. Voters chose 10 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Maryland was won by incumbent President Ronald Reagan (R-California), with 52.51% of the popular vote, over former Vice President Walter Mondale (D-Minnesota) with 47.02% of the popular vote, a 5.49% margin.[1]

The vast majority of counties voted for Reagan, winning not just the traditionally Republican western region and Eastern Shore, but also the traditionally Democratic central portion of the state. The race, however, was extremely close due to Mondale's strong performance in the city of Baltimore and Prince George's County, including Reagan's weak performance in Montgomery County, which he won by 888 votes, which also makes this the last time as of the 2016 election that a Republican won this county.[2]

Reagan ultimately won the national vote, defeating Mondale.[3]

Results

United States presidential election in Maryland, 1984[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Ronald Reagan 879,918 52.51% 10
Democratic Walter Mondale 787,935 47.02% 0
Libertarian David Bergland 5,721 0.34% 0
Communist Gus Hall 898 0.05% 0
Workers World Larry Holmes 745 0.04% 0
New Alliance Dennis L. Serrette 656 0.04% 0
Totals 1,675,873 100.0% 10

Results by county

County Ronald Wilson Reagan
Republican
Walter Frederick Mondale
Democratic
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # %
Allegany 19,763 63.30% 11,143 35.69% 317 1.02% 8,620 27.61% 31,223
Anne Arundel 94,171 66.04% 47,565 33.36% 855 0.60% 46,606 32.68% 142,591
Baltimore County 171,929 61.31% 106,908 38.12% 1,591 0.57% 65,021 23.19% 280,428
Baltimore City 80,120 28.20% 202,277 71.18% 1,766 0.62% -122,157 -42.98% 284,163
Calvert 8,303 59.99% 5,455 39.41% 82 0.59% 2,848 20.58% 13,840
Caroline 4,876 68.69% 2,198 30.96% 25 0.35% 2,678 37.73% 7,099
Carroll 27,230 75.22% 8,898 24.58% 71 0.20% 18,332 50.64% 36,199
Cecil 13,111 65.93% 6,681 33.60% 93 0.47% 6,430 32.33% 19,885
Charles 16,132 60.97% 10,264 38.79% 64 0.24% 5,868 22.18% 26,460
Dorchester 6,699 67.12% 3,160 31.66% 122 1.22% 3,539 35.46% 9,981
Frederick 29,606 68.67% 13,411 31.11% 96 0.22% 16,195 37.56% 43,113
Garrett 7,042 74.31% 2,386 25.18% 49 0.52% 4,656 49.13% 9,477
Harford 37,382 68.41% 17,133 31.36% 127 0.23% 20,249 37.05% 54,642
Howard 35,641 57.78% 25,713 41.68% 334 0.54% 9,928 16.10% 61,688
Kent 3,897 61.63% 2,390 37.80% 36 0.57% 1,507 23.83% 6,323
Montgomery 146,924 50.00% 146,036 49.69% 910 0.31% 888 0.31% 293,870
Prince George's 95,121 40.96% 136,063 58.59% 1,036 0.45% -40,942 -17.63% 232,220
Queen Anne's 6,784 69.49% 2,938 30.09% 41 0.42% 3,846 39.40% 9,763
Somerset 4,508 64.68% 2,439 34.99% 23 0.33% 2,069 29.69% 6,970
St. Mary's 11,201 63.39% 6,420 36.33% 49 0.28% 4,781 27.06% 17,670
Talbot 8,028 71.32% 3,198 28.41% 30 0.27% 4,830 42.91% 11,256
Washington 27,118 66.68% 13,329 32.78% 219 0.54% 13,789 33.90% 40,666
Wicomico 16,124 66.27% 8,160 33.54% 48 0.20% 7,964 32.73% 24,332
Worcester 8,208 68.32% 3,770 31.38% 36 0.30% 4,438 36.94% 12,014
Totals 879,918 52.51% 787,935 47.02% 8,020 0.48% 91,983 5.49% 1,675,873

References

  1. ^ a b Maryland Manual 1985–1986. The Hall of Records Commission of the State of Maryland. p. 611. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  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. ^ "1984 Presidential General Election Results". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 8 June 2012.
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