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2004 United States presidential election in Vermont

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2004 United States presidential election in Vermont

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John F. Kerry.jpg
George-W-Bush.jpeg
Nominee John Kerry George W. Bush
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Massachusetts Texas
Running mate John Edwards Dick Cheney
Electoral vote 3 0
Popular vote 184,067 121,180
Percentage 58.94% 38.80%

Vermont Election Results by County 2004.svg
County Results

President before election

George W. Bush
Republican

Elected President

George W. Bush
Republican

The 2004 United States presidential election in Vermont took place on November 2, 2004, and was part of the 2004 United States presidential election. Voters chose 3 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Vermont is the home state of United States presidential candidate and anti-war advocate Howard Dean, its former governor.

Vermont voted overwhelmingly for the Democratic candidate, Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts, over incumbent Republican President George W. Bush of Texas.

Kerry received 58.94% of the vote to Bush's 38.80%, a Democratic victory margin of 20.14%.[1]

Kerry also swept 13 of the state's 14 counties, breaking 60% in 6 of them. Kerry's strongest county was Windham County, which he won with 66.43% of the vote to Bush's 31.22%. Only one county voted for Bush, sparsely populated Essex County in the far northeast of the state, which Bush won with 54.17% of the vote.

A state with strong liberal and anti-war tendencies, Vermont registered as the third most Democratic state in the nation in the 2004 election, its results making the state about 23% more Democratic than the nation. It also had the strongest Democratic swing of any state in the nation against Bush compared to the 2000 result. Even as Bush increased his nationwide popular vote support from a 0.52% loss to Al Gore in 2000 to a 2.46% nationwide victory in 2004, Vermont swung 10.20% against Bush, making the state trend 13.18% Democratic relative to the nation. This portended the future trend of the state toward dominance by the Democratic Party, as Democrat Barack Obama would carry the state in a 67-30 landslide four years later in 2008 and again in 2012.

Kerry, from neighboring Massachusetts, was the first Northern Democrat ever to carry Vermont. The previous three Democratic presidential candidates to carry the state were all from the South (Lyndon B. Johnson was from Texas, Bill Clinton from Arkansas and Al Gore from Tennessee), even though Vermont is a northern state.

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Democratic Primary

Primary date: March 2, 2004

2004 Vermont Democratic presidential primary[2]
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
Howard Dean 44,393 53.6% 9
John Kerry 26,171 31.6% 6
Dennis Kucinich 3,396 4.1% 0
Wesley Clark 2,749 3.3% 0
Others 1,059 1.3% 0
Total - 100.00% 28

Results

Presidential candidate Party Popular vote Percentage Electoral vote
John Kerry Democratic 184,067 58.94% 3
George W. Bush Republican 121,180 38.80% 0
Ralph Nader Independent 4,494 1.44% 0
Michael Badnarik Libertarian 1,102 0.35% 0
Write ins 957 0.31% 0
John Parker Liberty Union 265 0.09% 0
Róger Calero Socialist Workers 244 0.08% 0

Source[3]

Results Breakdown

By county

County John Kerry Votes George W. Bush Votes Others Votes Total
Addison 60.0% 11,147 38.1% 7,077 1.9% 355 18,579
Bennington 58.1% 11,069 39.9% 7,616 2.0% 380 19,065
Caledonia 50.0% 7,106 47.6% 6,765 2.4% 340 14,211
Chittenden 63.5% 49,369 34.0% 26,422 2.5% 1,905 77,696
Essex 43.4% 1,276 54.2% 1,591 2.4% 70 2,937
Franklin 55.2% 10,598 44.9% 8,936 1.9% 386 19,920
Grand Isle 55.1% 2,246 43.0% 1,754 1.9% 77 4,077
Lamoille 62.7% 7,636 35.0% 4,260 2.3% 285 12,181
Orange 54.8% 8,159 43.1% 6,421 2.1% 315 14,895
Orleans 51.7% 6,330 46.3% 5,666 2.0% 246 12,242
Rutland 51.3% 15,904 46.6% 14,440 2.0% 631 30,975
Washington 61.0% 19,177 36.4% 11,461 2.6% 810 31,448
Windham 66.4% 15,489 31.2% 7,280 2.3% 547 23,316
Windsor 60.3% 18,561 37.3% 11,491 2.3% 715 30,767

References

  1. ^ 2004 Presidential General Election Results – Vermont
  2. ^ http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/
  3. ^ "Our Campaigns - VT US President Race - Nov 02, 2004". ourcampaigns.com. 2008. Retrieved 2015-08-25.
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