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Electoral history of Barack Obama

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Senator Obama on the presidential campaign trail
Senator Obama on the presidential campaign trail

Barack Obama served as the 44th President of the United States (2009–2017) and as a United States Senator from Illinois (2005–2008).

Illinois Senate and U.S. House of Representatives elections (1996–2002)

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 1996

  • Barack Obama (D) - 48,592 (82.16%)
  • David Whitehead (Harold Washington Party) - 7,461 (12.62%)
  • Rosette Caldwell Peyton (R) - 3,091 (5.23%)

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 1998

  • Barack Obama (D) (inc.) - 45,486 (89.17%)
  • Yesse B. Yehudah (R) - 5,526 (10.83%)

US House, Illinois's 1st district, 2000 (Democratic primary), 2000

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 2002

  • Barack Obama (inc.) - 48,717 (100.00%)

United States Senate election (2004)

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Illinois, 2004

United States Senate election in Illinois, 2004

  • Barack Obama (D) - 3,598,277 (69.97%)
  • Alan Keyes (R) - 1,391,030 (27.05%)
  • Albert J. Franzen (I) - 81,186 (1.58%)
  • Jerry Kohn (LBT) - 69,276 (1.35%)
  • Mark Kuhnke (R) (write-in) - 2,268 (0.04%)
  • Scott Doddy (I) (write-in) - 339 (0.01%)
  • Donald McArthur-Self (I) (write-in) - 134 (0.00%)
  • Kathy Campbell (I) (write-in) - 129 (0.00%)
  • Shaun Bill (I) (write-in) - 37 (0.00%)
  • Marcus Hester (I) (write-in) - 23 (0.00%)

Presidential primaries (2008)

2008 Democratic presidential primaries

Excluding penalized contests,[1] only primary and caucuses votes:

Including penalized contests:

2008 Democratic delegate counts:

(2,118 delegates needed to secure nomination)

Pledged delegates

Including superdelegates

2008 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally)

  • Barack Obama - chosen by acclamation

Unfinished roll call (13 states, D.C. Guam, American Samoa and Democrats Abroad):

Other results

2008 New Hampshire Democratic Vice Presidential primary:

2008 United States Presidential Election

Presidential candidate Party Home state Popular vote Electoral
vote
Running mate
Count Percentage Vice-presidential candidate Home state Electoral vote
Barack Obama Democratic Illinois 69,456,897 52.92% 365 Joe Biden Delaware 365
John McCain Republican Arizona 59,934,786 45.66% 173 Sarah Palin Alaska 173
Ralph Nader Independent Connecticut 738,475 0.56% 0 Matt Gonzalez Texas 0
Bob Barr Libertarian  Georgia 523,686 0.40% 0 Wayne Allyn Root New York 0
Chuck Baldwin Constitution Florida 199,314 0.15% 0 Darrell Castle Tennessee 0
Cynthia McKinney Green  Georgia 161,603 0.12% 0 Rosa Clemente New York 0
Other 226,908 0.17% Other
Total 131,241,669 100% 538 538
Needed to win 270 270

Electoral vote:

2012 United States Presidential Election

Presidential candidate Party Home state Popular vote Electoral
vote
Running mate
Count Percentage Vice-presidential candidate Home state Electoral vote
Barack Obama (Incumbent) Democratic Illinois 65,915,795 51.06% 332 Joe Biden Delaware 332
Mitt Romney Republican Massachusetts 60,933,504 47.20% 206 Paul Ryan Wisconsin 206
Gary Johnson Libertarian New Mexico 1,275,971 0.99% 0 James P. Gray California 0
Jill Stein Green Massachusetts 469,627 0.36% 0 Cheri Honkala Pennsylvania 0
Virgil Goode Constitution Virginia 122,389 0.09% 0 Jim Clymer Pennsylvania 0
Roseanne Barr Peace and Freedom Hawaii 67,326 0.05% 0 Cindy Sheehan California 0
Rocky Anderson Justice Utah 43,018 0.03% 0 Luis J. Rodriguez California 0
Tom Hoefling America's Iowa 40,628 0.03% 0 J.D. Ellis Tennessee 0
Other 217,152 0.19% Other
Total 129,085,409 100% 538 538
Needed to win 270 270

References

  1. ^ Florida and Michigan violated Democratic National Committee rules by moving their primaries before February 5, 2008, resulting in a nullification of their primaries, until the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee voted to restore half their delegates.
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