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1996 United States presidential election in Colorado

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1996 United States presidential election in Colorado

← 1992 November 5, 1996 2000 →
 
Bob Dole, PCCWW photo portrait.JPG
Bill Clinton.jpg
RossPerotColor.jpg
Nominee Bob Dole Bill Clinton Ross Perot
Party Republican Democratic Reform
Home state Kansas Arkansas Texas
Running mate Jack Kemp Al Gore Pat Choate
Electoral vote 8 0 0
Popular vote 691,848 671,152 99,629
Percentage 45.80% 44.43% 6.59%

Colorado Presidential Election Results by County, 1996.svg
County Results

President before election

Bill Clinton
Democratic

Elected President

Bill Clinton
Democratic

The 1996 United States presidential election in Colorado took place on November 7, 1996, as part of the 1996 United States presidential election. Voters chose eight representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Colorado was narrowly won by Republican Senator Bob Dole of Kansas over incumbent Democratic President Bill Clinton of Arkansas. Dole won with a plurality of 45.80% of the vote to Clinton's 44.43%, a margin of 1.37%.[1] Billionaire businessman Ross Perot of Texas, running as the Reform Party candidate, finished in third, with 6.59% of the popular vote.

Dole, from neighboring Kansas, performed most strongly in the eastern parts of Colorado bordering his home state. Clinton maintained a strong showing statewide by dominating Denver, the state's capital and largest city, by a 62–30 margin, along with winning part of suburban Denver with a 51–39 victory in Adams County. Clinton also decisively won Boulder County, home to Boulder, by a 52–35 margin, as well as winning a substantial number of traditionally Democratic counties in the eastern and southern parts of the state. However Dole edged out Clinton statewide with strong victories in several highly populated counties. Dole narrowly won the suburban Denver counties of Jefferson County and Arapahoe County, and won a commanding 59–32 victory in conservative El Paso County, home to Colorado Springs. In a notable switch from 1992, Larimer County, home to Fort Collins, flipped from a narrow Clinton victory in 1992 to a narrow victory for Bob Dole in 1996.

Dole's slim victory made Colorado one of three states (along with Georgia and Montana) to flip from voting for Clinton in 1992 to voting against him in 1996, even as Clinton increased his national margin of victory by nearly 3 points. As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last time that the state voted differently with Nevada and the last time to date that Colorado has backed a losing Republican for President. This is also the last election in which Mineral County, Otero County, and Bent County voted for a Democratic presidential candidate.[2]

Results

1996 United States presidential election in Colorado
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Robert Dole Jack Kemp 691,848 45.80% 8
Democratic Bill Clinton (incumbent) Al Gore 671,152 44.43% 0
Reform Ross Perot Patrick Choate 99,629 6.59% 0
Green CO Ralph Nader Winona LaDuke 25,070 1.66% 0
Libertarian Harry Browne Jo Jorgensen 12,392 0.82% 0
American Constitution Howard Phillips Herbert Titus 2,813 0.19% 0
Independent Charles Collins Rosemary Giumarra 2,809 0.19% 0
Natural Law Dr. John Hagelin Dr. V. Tompkins 2,547 0.17% 0
Socialist Mary Cal Hollis Eric Chester 669 0.04% 0
Workers World Monica Moorehead Gloria La Riva 599 0.04% 0
American Diane Templin Gary Van Horn 557 0.04% 0
CO Prohibition Earl Dodge Rachel Kelly 375 0.02% 0
Socialist Workers Campaign James Harris Laura Garza 244 0.02% 0

Results by county

County Robert Joseph Dole[3]
Republican
William Jefferson Clinton[3]
Democratic
Henry Ross Perot[3]
Reform
Ralph Nader[3]
Green
Harry Edson Browne[3]
Libertarian
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin
% # % # % # % # % # % # % #
Washington 64.18% 1,566 26.60% 649 7.79% 190 0.25% 6 0.29% 7 0.90% 22 37.58% 917
Rio Blanco 62.50% 1,697 26.92% 731 8.95% 243 0.63% 17 0.52% 14 0.48% 13 35.58% 966
Cheyenne 62.84% 739 27.89% 328 7.74% 91 0.09% 1 0.26% 3 1.19% 14 34.95% 411
Kiowa 61.96% 549 27.77% 246 8.35% 74 0.56% 5 0.23% 2 1.13% 10 34.20% 303
Elbert 61.04% 4,125 28.03% 1,894 7.50% 507 0.95% 64 1.07% 72 1.42% 96 33.01% 2,231
Custer 58.90% 920 26.38% 412 10.50% 164 1.60% 25 0.96% 15 1.66% 26 32.52% 508
Jackson 58.34% 486 26.65% 222 12.85% 107 1.08% 9 0.36% 3 0.72% 6 31.69% 264
Douglas 61.80% 32,120 31.23% 16,232 5.12% 2,662 0.80% 415 0.61% 315 0.44% 231 30.57% 15,888
Baca 59.53% 1,321 29.70% 659 9.15% 203 0.50% 11 0.41% 9 0.72% 16 29.83% 662
Kit Carson 60.26% 2,068 31.26% 1,073 6.85% 235 0.35% 12 0.32% 11 0.96% 33 28.99% 995
Archuleta 57.11% 1,963 29.01% 997 10.47% 360 1.69% 58 0.87% 30 0.84% 29 28.11% 966
Teller 57.93% 4,458 30.05% 2,312 9.19% 707 1.20% 92 0.96% 74 0.68% 52 27.89% 2,146
El Paso 59.04% 102,403 32.19% 55,822 6.44% 11,175 0.95% 1,653 0.71% 1,237 0.66% 1,151 26.86% 46,581
Phillips 58.76% 1,284 32.31% 706 7.14% 156 0.09% 2 0.69% 15 1.01% 22 26.45% 578
Yuma 58.72% 2,589 32.64% 1,439 7.24% 319 0.27% 12 0.27% 12 0.86% 38 26.08% 1,150
Lincoln 57.74% 1,272 33.09% 729 7.44% 164 0.32% 7 0.41% 9 1.00% 22 24.65% 543
Ouray 54.85% 984 31.72% 569 9.31% 167 2.90% 52 0.67% 12 0.56% 10 23.13% 415
Delta 54.48% 6,047 32.29% 3,584 9.55% 1,060 2.14% 237 0.71% 79 0.84% 93 22.19% 2,463
Montrose 54.99% 6,730 32.84% 4,019 9.70% 1,187 1.12% 137 0.68% 83 0.68% 83 22.15% 2,711
Montezuma 53.31% 4,175 32.92% 2,578 10.56% 827 2.06% 161 0.41% 32 0.74% 58 20.39% 1,597
Hinsdale 52.83% 289 33.82% 185 10.24% 56 2.56% 14 0.37% 2 0.18% 1 19.01% 104
Dolores 51.67% 417 34.20% 276 11.77% 95 1.49% 12 0.74% 6 0.12% 1 17.47% 141
Moffat 50.99% 2,466 33.81% 1,635 13.42% 649 0.54% 26 0.85% 41 0.39% 19 17.18% 831
Logan 53.15% 4,032 36.45% 2,765 8.03% 609 0.51% 39 0.73% 55 1.13% 86 16.70% 1,267
Mesa 53.12% 24,761 36.72% 17,114 7.95% 3,707 0.81% 379 0.76% 356 0.64% 296 16.41% 7,647
Prowers 53.83% 2,504 37.51% 1,745 7.35% 342 0.43% 20 0.41% 19 0.47% 22 16.32% 759
Park 50.77% 2,661 35.18% 1,844 10.19% 534 1.66% 87 1.34% 70 0.86% 45 15.59% 817
Sedgwick 52.69% 715 38.25% 519 7.44% 101 0.29% 4 0.81% 11 0.52% 7 14.44% 196
Fremont 51.24% 7,437 36.82% 5,344 9.91% 1,438 0.90% 131 0.47% 68 0.65% 95 14.42% 2,093
Morgan 52.34% 4,557 38.44% 3,347 7.89% 687 0.33% 29 0.30% 26 0.70% 61 13.90% 1,210
Weld 49.67% 26,518 39.94% 21,325 8.14% 4,347 0.87% 465 0.58% 307 0.80% 428 9.73% 5,193
Rio Grande 49.50% 2,129 39.99% 1,720 8.81% 379 0.70% 30 0.33% 14 0.67% 29 9.51% 409
La Plata 46.56% 8,057 37.61% 6,509 8.11% 1,403 6.47% 1,119 0.73% 126 0.53% 92 8.94% 1,548
Arapahoe 50.79% 82,778 41.91% 68,306 5.20% 8,476 0.95% 1,549 0.65% 1,063 0.51% 824 8.88% 14,472
Crowley 49.60% 680 40.77% 559 8.32% 114 0.22% 3 0.58% 8 0.51% 7 8.83% 121
Jefferson 48.41% 101,517 42.67% 89,494 6.18% 12,967 1.24% 2,600 0.84% 1,763 0.66% 1,382 5.73% 12,023
San Juan 41.35% 153 35.95% 133 13.51% 50 5.14% 19 1.35% 5 2.70% 10 5.41% 20
Grand 46.30% 2,264 41.15% 2,012 9.67% 473 1.33% 65 0.76% 37 0.80% 39 5.15% 252
Larimer 47.14% 45,935 42.04% 40,965 7.00% 6,823 1.74% 1,691 1.08% 1,050 1.01% 986 5.10% 4,970
Chaffee 46.85% 3,052 42.49% 2,768 8.26% 538 1.17% 76 0.69% 45 0.55% 36 4.36% 284
Garfield 44.43% 6,281 40.47% 5,722 11.05% 1,562 2.61% 369 0.83% 117 0.62% 87 3.95% 559
Otero 45.13% 3,356 45.53% 3,386 7.81% 581 0.42% 31 0.28% 21 0.83% 62 -0.40% -30
Clear Creek 41.97% 1,746 44.78% 1,863 8.77% 365 1.90% 79 1.54% 64 1.03% 43 -2.81% -117
Mineral 40.04% 179 42.95% 192 15.44% 69 0.22% 1 0.45% 2 0.89% 4 -2.91% -13
Eagle 40.89% 4,637 44.92% 5,094 10.52% 1,193 2.32% 263 0.88% 100 0.48% 54 -4.03% -457
Bent 41.70% 917 47.57% 1,046 9.50% 209 0.59% 13 0.09% 2 0.55% 12 -5.87% -129
Alamosa 41.23% 2,038 47.14% 2,330 8.84% 437 1.62% 80 0.69% 34 0.49% 24 -5.91% -292
Gilpin 38.12% 682 44.66% 799 10.29% 184 4.81% 86 1.62% 29 0.50% 9 -6.54% -117
Routt 38.52% 3,019 46.70% 3,660 10.96% 859 1.88% 147 1.33% 104 0.61% 48 -8.18% -641
Summit 38.73% 3,261 47.16% 3,970 9.78% 823 2.23% 188 1.41% 119 0.69% 58 -8.42% -709
Gunnison 37.04% 2,230 46.70% 2,812 9.47% 570 4.72% 284 1.18% 71 0.90% 54 -9.67% -582
Adams 38.92% 36,666 51.28% 48,314 7.65% 7,206 0.92% 869 0.63% 596 0.60% 563 -12.36% -11,648
Saguache 36.48% 712 49.64% 969 8.20% 160 3.84% 75 0.87% 17 0.97% 19 -13.17% -257
Huerfano 35.88% 996 53.42% 1,483 7.56% 210 2.23% 62 0.32% 9 0.58% 16 -17.54% -487
Boulder 34.55% 41,922 52.17% 63,316 5.64% 6,840 5.58% 6,772 1.21% 1,469 0.85% 1,035 -17.63% -21,394
Conejos 36.08% 1,149 54.19% 1,726 7.69% 245 0.82% 26 0.16% 5 1.07% 34 -18.12% -577
Pueblo 34.60% 17,402 57.24% 28,791 6.71% 3,374 0.75% 376 0.32% 159 0.40% 199 -22.64% -11,389
Lake 29.53% 728 54.28% 1,338 11.12% 274 2.31% 57 1.54% 38 1.22% 30 -24.75% -610
San Miguel 28.18% 773 55.96% 1,535 8.42% 231 4.23% 116 1.79% 49 1.42% 39 -27.78% -762
Las Animas 31.53% 1,905 59.76% 3,611 7.07% 427 0.55% 33 0.50% 30 0.60% 36 -28.24% -1,706
Pitkin 28.19% 1,969 56.54% 3,949 7.66% 535 5.23% 365 1.85% 129 0.54% 38 -28.35% -1,980
Denver 30.04% 58,529 61.76% 120,312 4.51% 8,777 1.76% 3,423 1.09% 2,117 0.85% 1,656 -31.71% -61,783
Costilla 20.29% 333 71.18% 1,168 6.83% 112 1.28% 21 0.30% 5 0.12% 2 -50.88% -835

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See also

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