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1984 United States presidential election in Vermont

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1984 United States presidential election in Vermont

← 1980 November 6, 1984 1988 →
 
Ronald Reagan 1985 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 3 0
Popular vote 135,865 95,730
Percentage 57.92% 40.81%

Vermont Presidential Election Results 1984.svg
County Results
Reagan
  50–60%
  60–70%


President before election

Ronald Reagan
Republican

Elected President

Ronald Reagan
Republican

The 1984 United States presidential election in Vermont took place on November 6, 1984, as part of the 1984 United States presidential election, which was held throughout all 50 states and D.C. Voters chose three representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Vermont voted for the Republican nominee, incumbent President Ronald Reagan, over the Democratic nominee, former Vice President Walter Mondale, by a margin of 17.11%. Reagan took 57.92% of the vote to Mondale's 40.81%.

1984 would prove to be the last election in which Vermont was considered a safe Republican state, becoming a swing state four years later in 1988 and eventually one of the most liberal of blue states after 1992. While Reagan himself won the state comfortably, the Republican Party’s shift to the right he represented was already causing signs of weakness to develop in Vermont. Between 1856 and 1956 generally the most Republican state in the country, the scale of Reagan’s nationwide landslide concealed the fact that 1984 was the second election in a row in which Vermont was more Democratic than the nation as a whole: Reagan had carried the state by 17.11% versus his 18.22% national victory margin, making the state 1.11% more Democratic than the nation. Prior to Reagan, Vermont had been more Republican than the nation in every election from the founding of the Republican Party until 1980, except 1964, when another conservative, Barry Goldwater, was the Republican nominee. By contrast, as recently as 1976, moderate Republican Gerald Ford had performed 13.26% stronger in Vermont than he did nationally.

1984 would be the last time in which a Republican presidential nominee carried every county in Vermont, and the last when the GOP carried Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle and Windham Counties.[1]

Results

1984 United States presidential election in Vermont[2]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Ronald Reagan 135,865 57.92% 3
Democratic Walter Mondale 95,730 40.81% 0
Libertarian David Bergland 1,002 0.43% 0
No party Write-ins 712 0.30% 0
Independent Lyndon LaRouche 423 0.18% 0
Liberty Union (New Alliance) Dennis L. Serrette 323 0.14% 0
Citizens Sonia Johnson 264 0.11% 0
Socialist Workers Melvin T. Mason 127 0.05% 0
Communist Gus Hall 115 0.05% 0
Totals 234,561 100.00% 3
Voter Turnout (Voting age/Registered) 60%/70%

Results by county

County Ronald Wilson Reagan[3]
Republican
Walter Frederick Mondale[3]
Democratic
David Peter Bergland[3]
Libertarian
Various candidates[3]
Write-ins
Various candidates[3]
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # % # % # %
Addison 7,589 58.26% 5,299 40.68% 46 0.35% 40 0.31% 51 0.39% 2,290 17.58% 13,025
Bennington 9,035 59.11% 6,039 39.51% 82 0.54% 16 0.10% 112 0.73% 2,996 19.60% 15,284
Caledonia 7,249 68.32% 3,223 30.38% 48 0.45% 37 0.35% 53 0.50% 4,026 37.95% 10,610
Chittenden 30,217 54.11% 24,830 44.46% 335 0.60% 206 0.37% 257 0.46% 5,387 9.65% 55,845
Essex 1,632 69.48% 693 29.50% 5 0.21% 4 0.17% 15 0.64% 939 39.97% 2,349
Franklin 8,683 59.63% 5,755 39.52% 45 0.31% 27 0.19% 52 0.36% 2,928 20.11% 14,562
Grand Isle 1,537 60.27% 980 38.43% 15 0.59% 3 0.12% 15 0.59% 557 21.84% 2,550
Lamoille 4,674 62.10% 2,746 36.49% 32 0.43% 24 0.32% 50 0.66% 1,928 25.62% 7,526
Orange 6,407 60.24% 4,088 38.44% 46 0.43% 47 0.44% 47 0.44% 2,319 21.81% 10,635
Orleans 5,966 63.53% 3,294 35.08% 40 0.43% 34 0.36% 57 0.61% 2,672 28.45% 9,391
Rutland 15,236 60.98% 9,545 38.20% 69 0.28% 35 0.14% 100 0.40% 5,691 22.78% 24,985
Washington 13,706 54.48% 11,163 44.37% 115 0.46% 59 0.23% 115 0.46% 2,543 10.11% 25,158
Windham 9,880 54.05% 8,206 44.89% 39 0.21% 60 0.33% 94 0.51% 1,674 9.16% 18,279
Windsor 14,054 57.96% 9,869 40.70% 85 0.35% 120 0.49% 119 0.49% 4,185 17.26% 24,247
Totals 135,865 57.92% 95,730 40.81% 1,002 0.43% 712 0.30% 1,252 0.53% 40,135 17.11% 234,561

See also

References

  1. ^ Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016
  2. ^ "1984 Presidential General Election Results - Vermont". Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections. Retrieved 2013-02-07.
  3. ^ a b c d e Our Campaigns; VT US Presidential Election Race; November 06, 1984
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