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1992 United States presidential election in Colorado

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1992 United States presidential election in Colorado

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Bill Clinton.jpg
George H. W. Bush presidential portrait (cropped 2).jpg
RossPerotColor.jpg
Nominee Bill Clinton George H. W. Bush Ross Perot
Party Democratic Republican Independent
Home state Arkansas Texas Texas
Running mate Al Gore Dan Quayle James Stockdale
Electoral vote 8 0 0
Popular vote 629,681 562,850 366,010
Percentage 40.13% 35.87% 23.32%

Colorado Presidential Election Results by County, 1992.svg
County Results

President before election

George H. W. Bush
Republican

Elected President

Bill Clinton
Democratic

The 1992 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 3, 1992, as part of the 1992 United States presidential election. Voters chose eight representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Colorado was won by the Democratic nominees, Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas and his running mate Senator Al Gore of Tennessee. Clinton and Gore defeated the Republican nominees, incumbent President George H. W. Bush of Texas and Senator Dan Quayle of Indiana. Independent businessman Ross Perot of Texas, and his running mate Navy Vice Admiral James Stockdale, finished in a relatively strong third in the state.

Clinton received 40.13% of the vote to Bush's 35.87%, a Democratic victory margin of 4.26 points.[1]

Ross Perot performed exceptionally well for a third party candidate in the state, receiving 23.32% of the vote in Colorado, exceeding his nationwide 18.91% vote share. Perot also won pluralities of the vote in Moffat County and San Juan County, the state providing Perot two county victories out of only fifteen county equivalents which Perot won nationwide.

Clinton ultimately won the national vote, defeating incumbent President Bush.

Clinton's victory marked the first time since the nationwide Democratic landslide of 1964 that Colorado had voted Democratic, and his win signified Colorado's transition from a traditionally Republican state into a competitive swing state in modern elections. Colorado had not previously voted Democratic in a close national election since 1948.

Clinton would then very narrowly lose the state four years later to Bob Dole.[2] As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last election in which Garfield County voted for a Democratic presidential candidate, as well as the last time that Moffat County did not support the Republican candidate.[3]

Results

1992 United States presidential election in Colorado[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Bill Clinton 629,681 40.13% 8
Republican George H. W. Bush (incumbent) 562,850 35.87% 0
Independent Ross Perot 366,010 23.32% 0
Libertarian Andre Marrou 8,669 0.55% 0
New Alliance Party Lenora Fulani 1,608 0.10% 0
America First James "Bo" Gritz (write-in) 274 0.02% 0
Natural Law Dr. John Hagelin (write-in) 47 >0.01% 0
Prohibition Earl Dodge (write-in) 21 >0.01% 0
Democrats for Economic Recovery Lyndon LaRouche (write-in) 20 >0.01% 0
Totals 1,569,180 100.0% 8

Results by county

County William Jefferson Clinton[4]
Democratic
George Herbert Walker Bush[4]
Republican
Henry Ross Perot[4]
Independent
Andre Verne Marrou[4]
Libertarian
Various candidates[4]
Other parties
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % #
Costilla 67.31% 1,180 20.88% 366 11.35% 199 0.17% 3 0.29% 5 46.43% 814
Las Animas 58.56% 3,847 26.47% 1,739 14.51% 953 0.38% 25 0.08% 5 32.09% 2,108
Denver 56.13% 121,961 25.50% 55,418 17.17% 37,298 1.06% 2,293 0.15% 319 30.62% 66,543
Pitkin 51.14% 3,820 22.57% 1,686 25.53% 1,907 0.58% 43 0.17% 13 25.61%[a] 1,913
San Miguel 51.82% 1,380 23.58% 628 23.81% 634 0.56% 15 0.23% 6 28.01%[a] 746
Lake 48.79% 1,426 20.70% 605 29.52% 863 0.75% 22 0.24% 7 19.26%[a] 563
Pueblo 53.62% 30,261 28.56% 16,120 17.44% 9,841 0.26% 145 0.13% 71 25.06% 14,141
Boulder 50.93% 64,567 26.47% 33,553 21.90% 27,762 0.58% 735 0.12% 154 24.46% 31,014
Huerfano 52.92% 1,224 29.62% 685 16.65% 385 0.61% 14 0.22% 5 23.30% 539
Conejos 49.21% 1,705 33.48% 1,160 16.68% 578 0.52% 18 0.12% 4 15.73% 545
Saguache 46.50% 1,011 31.05% 675 21.67% 471 0.32% 7 0.46% 10 15.46% 336
Gilpin 41.27% 726 26.26% 462 30.98% 545 1.14% 20 0.34% 6 10.29%[a] 181
Adams 44.00% 45,357 29.93% 30,856 25.59% 26,379 0.37% 385 0.10% 100 14.07% 14,501
Summit 39.95% 3,344 26.95% 2,256 32.44% 2,715 0.55% 46 0.11% 9 7.51%[a] 629
Gunnison 41.48% 2,389 28.86% 1,662 29.02% 1,671 0.49% 28 0.16% 9 12.47%[a] 718
Routt 39.06% 3,188 28.89% 2,358 31.42% 2,564 0.54% 44 0.09% 7 7.65%[a] 624
Bent 43.64% 985 33.63% 759 22.42% 506 0.18% 4 0.13% 3 10.01% 226
Clear Creek 39.10% 1,744 30.40% 1,356 29.33% 1,308 0.99% 44 0.18% 8 8.70% 388
Alamosa 41.76% 1,928 34.05% 1,572 23.59% 1,089 0.35% 16 0.26% 12 7.71% 356
Eagle 35.57% 3,870 28.49% 3,100 35.12% 3,821 0.56% 61 0.26% 28 0.45%[a] 49
San Juan 32.45% 147 26.05% 118 40.40% 183 0.66% 3 0.44% 2 -7.95%[a] -36
Garfield 36.36% 5,082 31.51% 4,404 31.54% 4,408 0.41% 58 0.17% 24 4.82%[a] 674
Otero 41.92% 3,485 37.53% 3,120 19.13% 1,590 1.23% 102 0.19% 16 4.39% 365
Mineral 38.08% 171 35.41% 159 26.06% 117 0.22% 1 0.22% 1 2.67% 12
La Plata 37.87% 5,913 35.37% 5,522 26.15% 4,083 0.40% 62 0.21% 33 2.50% 391
Larimer 38.36% 38,232 36.12% 35,995 24.96% 24,879 0.42% 418 0.14% 136 2.24% 2,237
Jefferson 36.22% 80,834 37.05% 82,705 26.17% 58,404 0.44% 979 0.13% 281 -0.84% -1,871
Grand 34.12% 1,678 35.85% 1,763 29.56% 1,454 0.37% 18 0.10% 5 -1.73% -85
Chaffee 36.36% 2,284 38.51% 2,419 24.66% 1,549 0.35% 22 0.13% 8 -2.15% -135
Crowley 39.09% 570 41.29% 602 18.93% 276 0.41% 6 0.27% 4 -2.19% -32
Arapahoe 36.21% 66,607 39.26% 72,221 24.12% 44,363 0.33% 608 0.07% 136 -3.05% -5,614
Weld 35.71% 19,295 38.79% 20,958 25.12% 13,571 0.26% 140 0.12% 65 -3.08% -1,663
Fremont 35.40% 5,356 39.40% 5,961 24.51% 3,709 0.50% 76 0.19% 29 -4.00% -605
Sedgwick 34.64% 397 39.01% 447 25.74% 295 0.35% 4 0.26% 3 -4.36% -50
Park 30.57% 1,307 35.78% 1,530 32.65% 1,396 0.98% 42 0.02% 1 3.13%[b] 134
Mesa 34.41% 15,162 41.23% 18,169 23.77% 10,474 0.41% 181 0.18% 81 -6.82% -3,007
Hinsdale 31.72% 151 39.50% 188 28.57% 136 0.21% 1 0.00% 0 -7.77% -37
Morgan 33.43% 2,985 41.70% 3,724 24.36% 2,175 0.44% 39 0.08% 7 -8.28% -739
Moffat 27.20% 1,386 35.51% 1,809 36.80% 1,875 0.41% 21 0.08% 4 -1.30%[b] -66
Logan 32.57% 2,718 40.98% 3,420 26.17% 2,184 0.24% 20 0.04% 3 -8.41% -702
Rio Grande 34.00% 1,541 42.51% 1,927 23.01% 1,043 0.24% 11 0.24% 11 -8.52% -386
Dolores 28.61% 242 37.23% 315 33.69% 285 0.35% 3 0.12% 1 3.55%[b] 30
Delta 32.63% 3,424 41.54% 4,359 25.03% 2,627 0.39% 41 0.41% 43 -8.91% -935
Montrose 31.67% 3,713 41.35% 4,847 26.38% 3,093 0.35% 41 0.25% 29 -9.67% -1,134
Prowers 32.92% 1,770 44.10% 2,371 22.02% 1,184 0.91% 49 0.06% 3 -11.18% -601
Montezuma 29.72% 2,270 40.90% 3,124 28.87% 2,205 0.34% 26 0.17% 13 -11.18% -854
Ouray 29.12% 461 41.25% 653 29.44% 466 0.19% 3 0.00% 0 11.81%[b] 187
Archuleta 29.08% 819 44.11% 1,242 26.31% 741 0.39% 11 0.11% 3 -15.02% -423
Rio Blanco 27.30% 778 43.19% 1,231 27.86% 794 0.28% 8 1.37% 39 15.33%[b] 437
Phillips 30.05% 692 46.68% 1,075 22.80% 525 0.43% 10 0.04% 1 -16.63% -383
Yuma 28.17% 1,269 44.82% 2,019 26.57% 1,197 0.33% 15 0.11% 5 -16.65% -750
Teller 27.09% 1,873 44.11% 3,050 27.87% 1,927 0.82% 57 0.10% 7 16.24%[b] 1,123
Kiowa 28.16% 290 45.83% 472 25.92% 267 0.10% 1 0.00% 0 -17.67% -182
Lincoln 27.75% 640 46.79% 1,079 25.20% 581 0.26% 6 0.00% 0 -19.04% -439
Elbert 24.52% 1,237 43.71% 2,205 31.06% 1,567 0.52% 26 0.20% 10 12.65%[b] 638
Baca 27.69% 726 47.29% 1,240 24.68% 647 0.19% 5 0.15% 4 -19.60% -514
Jackson 22.36% 216 43.69% 422 33.75% 326 0.21% 2 0.00% 0 9.94%[b] 96
Douglas 24.94% 9,991 46.41% 18,592 28.28% 11,329 0.31% 126 0.05% 22 18.13%[b] 7,263
Custer 24.95% 343 47.35% 651 26.76% 368 0.51% 7 0.44% 6 20.58%[b] 283
Washington 25.26% 660 48.45% 1,266 25.68% 671 0.54% 14 0.08% 2 22.77%[b] 595
Kit Carson 25.29% 925 49.23% 1,801 25.12% 919 0.30% 11 0.05% 2 -23.95% -876
El Paso 27.41% 45,827 51.47% 86,044 20.55% 34,346 0.48% 797 0.09% 155 -24.06% -40,217
Cheyenne 24.83% 301 50.74% 615 24.09% 292 0.33% 4 0.00% 0 -25.91% -314

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j In this county where Bush ran third behind Perot, percentage margin given is Clinton percentage minus Perot percentage and vote margin Clinton vote total minus Perot vote total.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k In this county where Clinton ran third behind Perot, percentage margin given is Bush percentage minus Perot percentage and vote margin Bush vote total minus Perot vote total.

References

  1. ^ a b "1992 Presidential General Election Results - Colorado". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 8 June 2012.
  2. ^ "1992 Presidential General Election Results". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 8 June 2012.
  3. ^ Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016
  4. ^ a b c d e Our Campaigns; CO US President Race, November 03, 1992
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