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2000 United States presidential election in Ohio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2000 United States presidential election in Ohio

← 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 21 0
Popular vote 2,351,209 2,186,190
Percentage 49.97% 46.46%

OhioPresidentalElection2000.svg
County Results

President before election

Bill Clinton
Democratic

Elected President

George W. Bush
Republican

The 2000 United States presidential election in Ohio took place on November 7, 2000, and was part of the 2000 United States presidential election. Voters chose 21 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Ohio was won by Governor George W. Bush by a 3.51 percentage point margin of victory. Prior to the election, most news organizations considered Ohio a swing state.

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Results

Bush won a narrow 3.51 point victory. Bush performed strongly in most parts of rural Ohio. Gore kept the race close by running up big margins in Cuyahoga County, home of Cleveland. Gore also won the traditional working-class counties of Mahoning, Portage, and Trumbull counties. Gore only narrowly took Franklin County, home of Columbus, which at the time was a swing county but is now seen[by whom?] as reliably Democratic, having given Democratic nominees a majority of the vote in every election since. As of the 2016 presidential election, this was the last presidential election in Ohio where the Democrat won Clark County, home of Springfield.[1]

Official state results from the Ohio Secretary of State are as follows:

2000 United States presidential election in Ohio
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican George W. Bush 2,351,209 49.97% 21
Democratic Al Gore 2,186,190 46.46% 0
Not Designated Ralph Nader 117,857 2.51% 0
Libertarian Harry Browne 13,475 0.49% 0
Not Designated Pat Buchanan 26,724 0.46% 0
Natural Law John Hagelin 6,169 0.17% 0
Not Designated Howard Phillips 3,823 0.14% 0
Write-ins Write-ins 10 0.22% 0
Totals 4,701,998 100.00% 21

Results by county

County George Walker Bush
Republican
Albert Arnold Gore Jr.
Democratic
Ralph Nader
Not Designated
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast[2]
# % # % # % # % # %
Adams 6,380 62.34% 3,581 34.99% 162 1.58% 112 1.09% 2,799 27.35% 10,235
Allen 28,647 65.41% 13,996 31.96% 760 1.74% 392 0.90% 14,651 33.45% 43,795
Ashland 13,533 63.66% 6,685 31.45% 563 2.65% 477 2.24% 6,848 32.21% 21,258
Ashtabula 17,940 45.45% 19,831 50.24% 1,109 2.81% 592 1.50% -1,891 -4.79% 39,472
Athens 9,703 38.13% 13,158 51.71% 1,663 6.54% 923 3.63% -3,455 -13.58% 25,447
Auglaize 13,770 69.22% 5,564 27.97% 372 1.87% 186 0.94% 8,206 41.25% 19,892
Belmont 12,625 41.89% 15,980 53.02% 723 2.40% 813 2.70% -3,355 -11.13% 30,141
Brown 10,027 61.03% 5,972 36.35% 269 1.64% 161 0.98% 4,055 24.68% 16,429
Butler 86,587 63.32% 46,390 33.93% 2,708 1.98% 1,052 0.77% 40,197 29.40% 136,737
Carroll 6,732 54.91% 4,960 40.45% 271 2.21% 298 2.43% 1,772 14.45% 12,261
Champaign 9,220 58.80% 5,955 37.98% 346 2.21% 159 1.01% 3,265 20.82% 15,680
Clark 27,660 48.06% 27,984 48.62% 1,347 2.34% 568 0.99% -324 -0.56% 57,559
Clermont 47,129 67.45% 20,927 29.95% 1,303 1.86% 518 0.74% 26,202 37.50% 69,877
Clinton 9,824 65.19% 4,791 31.79% 325 2.16% 130 0.86% 5,033 33.40% 15,070
Columbiana 21,804 49.08% 20,657 46.50% 1,217 2.74% 749 1.69% 1,147 2.58% 44,427
Coshocton 8,243 57.77% 5,594 39.21% 295 2.07% 136 0.95% 2,649 18.57% 14,268
Crawford 11,666 60.84% 6,721 35.05% 536 2.80% 253 1.32% 4,945 25.79% 19,176
Cuyahoga 192,099 33.42% 359,913 62.62% 16,956 2.95% 5,814 1.01% -167,814 -29.20% 574,782
Darke 14,817 63.68% 7,741 33.27% 452 1.94% 257 1.10% 7,076 30.41% 23,267
Defiance 9,540 58.74% 6,175 38.02% 365 2.25% 162 1.00% 3,365 20.72% 16,242
Delaware 36,639 66.13% 17,134 30.93% 1,212 2.19% 418 0.75% 19,505 35.21% 55,403
Erie 16,105 45.99% 17,732 50.64% 872 2.49% 306 0.87% -1,627 -4.65% 35,015
Fairfield 33,523 61.97% 19,065 35.24% 1,115 2.06% 391 0.72% 14,458 26.73% 54,094
Fayette 5,685 61.27% 3,363 36.25% 165 1.78% 65 0.70% 2,322 25.03% 9,278
Franklin 197,862 47.78% 202,018 48.79% 10,702 2.58% 3,492 0.84% -4,156 -1.00% 414,074
Fulton 11,546 61.10% 6,805 36.01% 376 1.99% 169 0.89% 4,741 25.09% 18,896
Gallia 7,511 58.79% 4,872 38.13% 215 1.68% 178 1.39% 2,639 20.66% 12,776
Geauga 25,417 59.66% 15,327 35.98% 1,405 3.30% 451 1.06% 10,090 23.69% 42,600
Greene 37,946 58.20% 25,059 38.43% 1,592 2.44% 607 0.93% 12,887 19.76% 65,204
Guernsey 8,181 53.02% 6,643 43.05% 405 2.62% 201 1.30% 1,538 9.97% 15,430
Hamilton 204,175 54.03% 161,578 42.76% 9,222 2.44% 2,924 0.77% 42,597 11.27% 377,899
Hancock 20,985 68.54% 8,798 28.74% 592 1.93% 242 0.79% 12,187 39.80% 30,617
Hardin 7,124 59.03% 4,557 37.76% 243 2.01% 144 1.19% 2,567 21.27% 12,068
Harrison 3,417 47.72% 3,351 46.80% 192 2.68% 201 2.81% 66 0.92% 7,161
Henry 8,530 64.37% 4,367 32.95% 258 1.95% 97 0.73% 4,163 31.41% 13,252
Highland 9,728 62.98% 5,328 34.49% 245 1.59% 146 0.95% 4,400 28.48% 15,447
Hocking 5,702 53.01% 4,474 41.60% 291 2.71% 289 2.69% 1,228 11.42% 10,756
Holmes 6,754 73.85% 2,066 22.59% 172 1.88% 153 1.67% 4,688 51.26% 9,145
Huron 12,286 57.52% 8,183 38.31% 560 2.62% 331 1.55% 4,103 19.21% 21,360
Jackson 6,958 55.71% 5,131 41.08% 222 1.78% 179 1.43% 1,827 14.63% 12,490
Jefferson 15,038 43.42% 17,488 50.49% 897 2.59% 1,213 3.50% -2,450 -7.07% 34,636
Knox 13,393 63.00% 7,133 33.55% 452 2.13% 282 1.33% 6,260 29.44% 21,260
Lake 51,747 50.45% 46,497 45.33% 3,166 3.09% 1,154 1.13% 5,250 5.12% 102,564
Lawrence 12,531 51.25% 11,307 46.24% 402 1.64% 212 0.87% 1,224 5.01% 24,452
Licking 37,180 52.02% 32,196 45.05% 1,498 2.10% 592 0.83% 4,984 6.97% 71,466
Logan 11,849 64.20% 5,945 32.21% 449 2.43% 212 1.15% 5,904 31.99% 18,455
Lorain 47,957 42.75% 59,809 53.32% 3,183 2.84% 1,231 1.10% -11,852 -10.57% 112,180
Lucas 73,342 39.15% 108,344 57.83% 4,227 2.26% 1,437 0.77% -35,002 -18.68% 187,350
Madison 8,892 60.63% 5,287 36.05% 299 2.04% 189 1.29% 3,605 24.58% 14,667
Mahoning 40,460 35.45% 69,212 60.65% 3,322 2.91% 1,125 0.99% -28,752 -25.19% 114,119
Marion 13,617 54.87% 10,370 41.79% 588 2.37% 240 0.97% 3,247 13.08% 24,815
Medina 37,349 55.84% 26,635 39.82% 1,960 2.93% 939 1.40% 10,714 16.02% 66,883
Meigs 5,750 58.70% 3,674 37.51% 226 2.31% 145 1.48% 2,076 21.19% 9,795
Mercer 12,485 68.25% 5,212 28.49% 392 2.14% 205 1.12% 7,273 39.76% 18,294
Miami 26,037 60.78% 15,584 36.38% 879 2.05% 341 0.80% 10,453 24.40% 42,841
Monroe 3,145 44.20% 3,605 50.67% 149 2.09% 216 3.04% -460 -6.47% 7,115
Montgomery 109,792 47.53% 114,597 49.61% 4,690 2.03% 1,908 0.83% -4,805 -2.08% 230,987
Morgan 3,451 57.58% 2,261 37.73% 177 2.95% 104 1.74% 1,190 19.86% 5,993
Morrow 7,842 61.08% 4,529 35.28% 305 2.38% 163 1.27% 3,313 25.80% 12,839
Muskingum 17,995 55.16% 13,415 41.12% 882 2.70% 332 1.02% 4,580 14.04% 32,624
Noble 3,435 57.36% 2,296 38.34% 154 2.57% 103 1.72% 1,139 19.02% 5,988
Ottawa 9,917 49.66% 9,485 47.50% 432 2.16% 134 0.67% 432 2.16% 19,968
Paulding 5,210 58.24% 3,384 37.83% 242 2.71% 110 1.23% 1,826 20.41% 8,946
Perry 6,440 50.20% 5,895 45.95% 334 2.60% 159 1.24% 545 4.25% 12,828
Pickaway 10,717 60.41% 6,598 37.19% 276 1.56% 148 0.83% 4,119 23.22% 17,739
Pike 5,333 50.50% 4,923 46.62% 176 1.67% 128 1.21% 410 3.88% 10,560
Portage 28,271 44.95% 31,446 49.99% 2,340 3.72% 842 1.34% -3,175 -5.05% 62,899
Preble 11,176 61.52% 6,375 35.09% 404 2.22% 211 1.16% 4,801 26.43% 18,166
Putnam 12,837 74.01% 4,063 23.43% 254 1.46% 190 1.10% 8,774 50.59% 17,344
Richland 30,138 57.10% 20,572 38.98% 1,306 2.47% 763 1.45% 9,566 18.12% 52,779
Ross 13,706 52.68% 11,662 44.83% 421 1.62% 227 0.87% 2,044 7.86% 26,016
Sandusky 13,699 53.21% 11,146 43.30% 587 2.28% 312 1.21% 2,553 9.92% 25,744
Scioto 15,022 50.17% 13,997 46.74% 590 1.97% 336 1.12% 1,025 3.42% 29,945
Seneca 13,863 56.93% 9,512 39.06% 666 2.74% 310 1.27% 4,351 17.87% 24,351
Shelby 12,476 63.43% 6,593 33.52% 392 1.99% 209 1.06% 5,883 29.91% 19,670
Stark 78,153 48.89% 75,308 47.11% 4,032 2.52% 2,351 1.47% 2,845 1.78% 159,844
Summit 96,721 43.02% 119,759 53.26% 5,955 2.65% 2,404 1.07% -23,038 -10.25% 224,839
Trumbull 34,654 36.01% 57,643 59.90% 2,749 2.86% 1,193 1.24% -22,989 -23.89% 96,239
Tuscarawas 19,549 52.67% 15,879 42.78% 1,061 2.86% 629 1.69% 3,670 9.89% 37,118
Union 11,502 67.56% 5,040 29.61% 336 1.97% 146 0.86% 6,462 37.96% 17,024
Van Wert 8,679 65.66% 4,209 31.84% 216 1.63% 115 0.87% 4,470 33.81% 13,219
Vinton 2,720 54.99% 2,037 41.18% 110 2.22% 79 1.60% 683 13.81% 4,946
Warren 48,318 69.95% 19,142 27.71% 1,067 1.54% 551 0.80% 29,176 42.24% 69,078
Washington 15,342 57.86% 10,383 39.16% 571 2.15% 219 0.83% 4,959 18.70% 26,515
Wayne 25,901 61.04% 14,779 34.83% 1,171 2.76% 585 1.38% 11,122 26.21% 42,436
Williams 9,941 62.45% 5,454 34.26% 347 2.18% 177 1.11% 4,487 28.19% 15,919
Wood 27,504 52.70% 22,687 43.47% 1,536 2.94% 467 0.89% 4,817 9.23% 52,194
Wyandot 6,113 62.21% 3,397 34.57% 191 1.94% 126 1.28% 2,716 27.64% 9,827
Totals 2,351,209 49.97% 2,186,190 46.46% 117,857 2.50% 50,201 1.07% 165,019 3.51% 4,705,457
George W. Bush Al Gore Total
Counties won 72 16 88
Best score Putnam County (74.01%) Cuyahoga County (62.62%) .
Counties won under statewide margin (3.51%) 5 3 8
Harrison County (0.92%)
Stark County (1.78%)
Ottawa County (2.16%)
Columbiana County (2.58%)
Scioto County (3.43%)
Clark County (0.56%)
Franklin County (1.01%)
Montgomery County (2.08%)
.
Counties won under nationwide margin (0.51%) 0 0 0
. . .


By congressional district

Bush won eleven of nineteen congressional districts.[3]

District Bush Gore Representative
1st 47% 50% Steve Chabot
2nd 66% 32% Rob Portman
3rd 48% 50% Tony P. Hall
4th 62% 35% Mike Oxley
5th 57% 40% Paul Gillmor
6th 56% 41% Ted Strickland
7th 58% 39% David Hobson
8th 63% 34% John Boehner
9th 42% 55% Marcy Kaptur
10th 43% 52% Dennis Kucinich
11th 15% 82% Stephanie Tubbs Jones
12th 52% 46% John Kasich
Pat Tiberi
13th 50% 46% Sherrod Brown
14th 42% 54% Thomas C. Sawyer
15th 52% 44% Deborah Pryce
16th 54% 42% Ralph Regula
17th 38% 58% James Traficant
18th 51% 45% Bob Ney
19th 47% 50% Steve LaTourette

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. ^ Our Campaigns; OH US President 2000
  3. ^ "2000 Presidential General Election Data – Ohio by Congressional District". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas.
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