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2000 United States presidential election in North Dakota

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2000 United States presidential election in North Dakota

← 1996 November 7, 2000 2004 →
 
GeorgeWBush.jpg
Al Gore, Vice President of the United States, official portrait 1994.jpg
Nominee George W. Bush Al Gore
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Texas Tennessee
Running mate Dick Cheney Joe Lieberman
Electoral vote 3 0
Popular vote 174,852 95,284
Percentage 60.66% 33.05%

North Dakota Presidential Election Results 2000.svg
County Results

President before election

Bill Clinton
Democratic

Elected President

George W. Bush
Republican

The 2000 United States presidential election in North Dakota took place on November 7, 2000, and was part of the 2000 United States presidential election. Voters chose three representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

North Dakota was won by Governor George W. Bush with a double-digit margin of victory of 27.6%. Bush won most of the counties of the state. He won all but two counties: Rolette County, which Gore won with 61% of the vote and Sioux County, which Gore won with 70% of the vote. North Dakota gave Pat Buchanan his best performance in the nation with 2.5% of the vote,[1] whilst third-party candidates performed very well overall, obtaining a total of 6.6% of the vote.[2]

Winning 60.66% of the popular vote, North Dakota proved to be Bush's fifth strongest state in the 2000 election after Wyoming, Idaho, Utah and Nebraska.[3]

Results

2000 United States presidential election in North Dakota[4]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican George W. Bush 174,852 60.7% 3
Democratic Al Gore 95,284 33.1% 0
Independent Ralph Nader 9,497 3.3% 0
Reform Patrick Buchanan 7,288 2.5% 0
Libertarian Harry Browne 671 0.2% 0
Independent Howard Phillips 373 0.1% 0
Independent John Hagelin 302 0.1% 0
Totals 294,884 100.00% 3
Voter turnout 60%

Results by county

County[5] George Walker Bush
Republican
Albert Arnold Gore, Jr.
Democratic
Ralph Nader
Independent
Patrick Joseph Buchanan
Reform
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # % # % # %
Adams 826 71.21% 286 24.66% 23 1.98% 21 1.81% 4 0.34% 540 46.55% 1,160
Barnes 3,452 60.06% 1,933 33.63% 160 2.78% 181 3.15% 22 0.38% 1,519 26.43% 5,748
Benson 1,055 48.98% 952 44.20% 50 2.32% 90 4.18% 7 0.32% 103 4.78% 2,154
Billings 394 75.05% 82 15.62% 15 2.86% 32 6.10% 2 0.38% 312 59.43% 525
Bottineau 2,349 63.66% 1,173 31.79% 95 2.57% 67 1.82% 6 0.16% 1,176 31.87% 3,690
Bowman 1,080 73.42% 330 22.43% 40 2.72% 19 1.29% 2 0.14% 750 50.99% 1,471
Burke 698 67.18% 296 28.49% 20 1.92% 24 2.31% 1 0.10% 402 38.69% 1,039
Burleigh 22,467 65.16% 9,842 28.54% 1,142 3.31% 875 2.54% 156 0.45% 12,625 36.61% 34,482
Cass 33,536 56.85% 21,451 36.36% 2,560 4.34% 1,100 1.86% 348 0.59% 12,085 20.48% 58,995
Cavalier 1,513 63.81% 618 26.06% 73 3.08% 154 6.50% 13 0.55% 895 37.75% 2,371
Dickey 1,853 66.51% 806 28.93% 52 1.87% 58 2.08% 17 0.61% 1,047 37.58% 2,786
Divide 443 55.79% 306 38.54% 24 3.02% 15 1.89% 6 0.76% 137 17.25% 794
Dunn 1,124 65.05% 474 27.43% 54 3.13% 63 3.65% 13 0.75% 650 37.62% 1,728
Eddy 703 55.44% 458 36.12% 36 2.84% 71 5.60% 0 0.00% 245 19.32% 1,268
Emmons 1,430 71.79% 405 20.33% 42 2.11% 103 5.17% 12 0.60% 1,025 51.46% 1,992
Foster 1,172 67.24% 474 27.19% 46 2.64% 40 2.29% 11 0.63% 698 40.05% 1,743
Golden Valley 611 75.25% 156 19.21% 26 3.20% 17 2.09% 2 0.25% 455 56.03% 812
Grand Forks 15,875 55.93% 10,593 37.32% 1,367 4.82% 416 1.47% 134 0.47% 5,282 18.61% 28,385
Grant 1,077 75.47% 235 16.47% 27 1.89% 80 5.61% 8 0.56% 842 59.00% 1,427
Griggs 920 62.63% 484 32.95% 19 1.29% 43 2.93% 3 0.20% 436 29.68% 1,469
Hettinger 1,057 69.59% 353 23.24% 44 2.90% 57 3.75% 8 0.53% 704 46.35% 1,519
Kidder 837 65.60% 283 22.18% 29 2.27% 120 9.40% 7 0.55% 554 43.42% 1,276
LaMoure 1,590 64.42% 689 27.92% 50 2.03% 125 5.06% 14 0.57% 901 36.51% 2,468
Logan 812 70.92% 223 19.48% 14 1.22% 87 7.60% 9 0.79% 589 51.44% 1,145
McHenry 1,682 61.45% 888 32.44% 79 2.89% 68 2.48% 20 0.73% 794 29.01% 2,737
McIntosh 1,178 72.45% 350 21.53% 25 1.54% 64 3.94% 9 0.55% 828 50.92% 1,626
McKenzie 1,634 69.12% 653 27.62% 45 1.90% 24 1.02% 8 0.34% 981 41.50% 2,364
McLean 2,891 62.23% 1,465 31.53% 117 2.52% 154 3.31% 19 0.41% 1,426 30.69% 4,646
Mercer 2,984 68.55% 1,011 23.23% 157 3.61% 168 3.86% 33 0.76% 1,973 45.33% 4,353
Morton 6,993 62.31% 3,439 30.64% 341 3.04% 418 3.72% 32 0.29% 3,554 31.67% 11,223
Mountrail 1,466 50.62% 1,256 43.37% 105 3.63% 58 2.00% 11 0.38% 210 7.25% 2,896
Nelson 1,031 56.03% 687 37.34% 49 2.66% 63 3.42% 10 0.54% 344 18.70% 1,840
Oliver 709 67.46% 244 23.22% 36 3.43% 44 4.19% 18 1.71% 465 44.24% 1,051
Pembina 2,430 64.30% 1,093 28.92% 110 2.91% 134 3.55% 12 0.32% 1,337 35.38% 3,779
Pierce 1,348 68.39% 500 25.37% 54 2.74% 65 3.30% 4 0.20% 848 43.02% 1,971
Ramsey 3,005 60.38% 1,658 33.31% 161 3.23% 133 2.67% 20 0.40% 1,347 27.06% 4,977
Ransom 1,488 54.73% 1,080 39.72% 67 2.46% 75 2.76% 9 0.33% 408 15.01% 2,719
Renville 820 61.56% 443 33.26% 37 2.78% 26 1.95% 6 0.45% 377 28.30% 1,332
Richland 4,999 62.37% 2,490 31.07% 240 2.99% 258 3.22% 28 0.35% 2,509 31.30% 8,015
Rolette 1,416 32.20% 2,681 60.96% 137 3.12% 134 3.05% 30 0.68% -1,265 -28.76% 4,398
Sargent 1,103 50.50% 959 43.91% 48 2.20% 68 3.11% 6 0.27% 144 6.59% 2,184
Sheridan 707 76.19% 161 17.35% 13 1.40% 41 4.42% 6 0.65% 546 58.84% 928
Sioux 269 25.84% 724 69.55% 16 1.54% 25 2.40% 7 0.67% -455 -43.71% 1,041
Slope 316 71.49% 85 19.23% 17 3.85% 22 4.98% 2 0.45% 231 52.26% 442
Stark 6,387 65.33% 2,784 28.47% 301 3.08% 265 2.71% 40 0.41% 3,603 36.85% 9,777
Steele 655 54.13% 475 39.26% 28 2.31% 49 4.05% 3 0.25% 180 14.88% 1,210
Stutsman 5,488 60.19% 3,067 33.64% 256 2.81% 270 2.96% 37 0.41% 2,421 26.55% 9,118
Towner 694 58.37% 410 34.48% 31 2.61% 52 4.37% 2 0.17% 284 23.89% 1,189
Traill 2,392 58.17% 1,512 36.77% 95 2.31% 92 2.24% 21 0.51% 880 21.40% 4,112
Walsh 3,099 59.80% 1,743 33.64% 107 2.06% 211 4.07% 22 0.42% 1,356 26.17% 5,182
Ward 13,997 62.26% 7,533 33.51% 598 2.66% 280 1.25% 74 0.33% 6,464 28.75% 22,482
Wells 1,610 66.80% 661 27.43% 51 2.12% 78 3.24% 10 0.41% 949 39.38% 2,410
Williams 5,187 66.44% 2,330 29.85% 157 2.01% 91 1.17% 42 0.54% 2,857 36.60% 7,807
Totals 174,852 60.66% 95,284 33.06% 9,486 3.29% 7,288 2.53% 1,346 0.47% 79,568 27.60% 288,256

Electors

Technically the voters of North Dakota cast their ballots for electors: representatives to the Electoral College. North Dakota is allocated 3 electors because it has 1 congressional districts and 2 senators. All candidates who appear on the ballot or qualify to receive write-in votes must submit a list of 3 electors, who pledge to vote for their candidate and his or her running mate. Whoever wins the majority of votes in the state is awarded all 3 electoral votes. Their chosen electors then vote for president and vice president. Although electors are pledged to their candidate and running mate, they are not obligated to vote for them. An elector who votes for someone other than his or her candidate is known as a faithless elector.

The electors of each state and the District of Columbia met on December 18, 2000[6] to cast their votes for president and vice president. The Electoral College itself never meets as one body. Instead the electors from each state and the District of Columbia met in their respective capitols.

The following were the members of the Electoral College from the state. All were pledged to and voted for George W. Bush and Dick Cheney:[7]

  1. Rosemarie Myrdal
  2. Edward T. Schafer
  3. Bryce Steibel

References

  1. ^ "2000 Presidential Election Statistics". U.S Election Atlas. David Leip. Retrieved 2017-01-10.
  2. ^ http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/
  3. ^ "2000 Presidential Election Statistics". Dave Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections. Retrieved 2018-03-05.
  4. ^ "2000 Presidential General Election Results - North Dakota".
  5. ^ "ND US President Race, November 07, 2000". Our Campaigns.
  6. ^ http://www.uselectionatlas.org/INFORMATION/ARTICLES/pe2000timeline.php
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-12. Retrieved 2009-11-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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