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United States presidential election in South Carolina, 1944

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United States presidential election in South Carolina, 1944

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Nominee Franklin D. Roosevelt Unpledged electors
Party Democratic Dixiecrat
Home state New York
Running mate Harry S. Truman
Electoral vote 8 0
Popular vote 90,601 7,799
Percentage 87.64% 7.54%

President before election

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

Elected President

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

The 1944 United States presidential election in South Carolina took place on November 7, 1944, as part of the 1944 United States presidential election. State voters chose eight electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president.

South Carolina was won by Democratic candidate, incumbent President Franklin D. Roosevelt won the state over New York governor Thomas E. Dewey by a landslide margin of 83.18 percent. Unpledged Southern Democrats – foreshadowing the Dixiecrat bolt that would begin in the following election to completely transform the state’s politics – received 7.54 percent of the vote as write ins. As of the 2016 presidential election, this constitutes the last election in which Lexington County voted for a Democratic presidential candidate.

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Transcription

Results

United States presidential election in South Carolina, 1944[1]
Party Candidate Running mate Popular vote Electoral vote
Count % Count %
Democratic Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York Harry S. Truman of Missouri 90,601 87.64% 8 100.00%
N/A Others Others 7,799 7.54% 0 0.00%
Republican Thomas Edmund Dewey of New York John William Bricker of Ohio 4,610 4.46% 0 0.00%
Prohibition Claude A. Watson of California Andrew Nathan Johnson of Kentucky 365 0.35% 0 0.00%
Total 103,375 100.00% 8 100.00%

Results by county

County Roosevelt# Roosevelt% Dewey# Dewey% Others# Others% Total votes cast[2]
Abbeville 789 96.34% 19 2.32% 11 1.34% 819
Aiken 2,403 91.26% 60 2.28% 170 6.46% 2,633
Allendale 678 94.43% 8 1.11% 32 4.46% 718
Anderson 2,687 90.23% 89 2.99% 202 6.78% 2,978
Bamberg 737 70.80% 106 10.18% 198 19.02% 1,041
Barnwell 1,482 98.41% 8 0.53% 16 1.06% 1,506
Beaufort 594 74.53% 108 13.55% 95 11.92% 797
Berkeley 521 72.77% 32 4.47% 163 22.77% 716
Calhoun 602 87.76% 1 0.15% 83 12.10% 686
Charleston 6,260 72.95% 1,184 13.80% 1,137 13.25% 8,581
Cherokee 1,620 94.13% 68 3.95% 33 1.92% 1,721
Chester 1,441 88.68% 89 5.48% 95 5.85% 1,625
Chesterfield 3,222 98.77% 15 0.46% 25 0.77% 3,262
Clarendon 1,053 81.69% 27 2.09% 209 16.21% 1,289
Colleton 1,653 82.77% 45 2.25% 299 14.97% 1,997
Darlington 1,808 91.41% 46 2.33% 124 6.27% 1,978
Dillon 864 86.06% 27 2.69% 113 11.25% 1,004
Dorchester 1,181 70.47% 65 3.88% 430 25.66% 1,676
Edgefield 654 92.24% 3 0.42% 52 7.33% 709
Fairfield 798 92.47% 21 2.43% 44 5.10% 863
Florence 2,822 87.86% 128 3.99% 262 8.16% 3,212
Georgetown 1,197 85.01% 52 3.69% 159 11.29% 1,408
Greenville 7,107 87.81% 711 8.78% 276 3.41% 8,094
Greenwood 2,381 88.64% 71 2.64% 234 8.71% 2,686
Hampton 575 67.65% 3 0.35% 272 32.00% 850
Horry 2,403 88.09% 137 5.02% 188 6.89% 2,728
Jasper 230 50.66% 18 3.96% 206 45.37% 454
Kershaw 1,872 94.98% 21 1.07% 78 3.96% 1,971
Lancaster 2,383 93.97% 13 0.51% 140 5.52% 2,536
Laurens 1,924 93.40% 38 1.84% 98 4.76% 2,060
Lee 764 87.31% 50 5.71% 61 6.97% 875
Lexington 1,986 93.68% 20 0.94% 114 5.38% 2,120
Marion 858 92.86% 9 0.97% 57 6.17% 924
Marlboro 874 89.27% 34 3.47% 71 7.25% 979
McCormick 307 86.72% 1 0.28% 46 12.99% 354
Newberry 1,940 82.80% 70 2.99% 333 14.21% 2,343
Oconee 1,316 87.85% 106 7.08% 76 5.07% 1,498
Orangeburg 2,440 90.61% 87 3.23% 166 6.16% 2,693
Pickens 1,662 67.34% 211 8.55% 595 24.11% 2,468
Richland 6,590 93.12% 140 1.98% 347 4.90% 7,077
Saluda 924 85.56% 14 1.30% 142 13.15% 1,080
Spartanburg 8,092 92.61% 402 4.60% 244 2.79% 8,738
Sumter 2,111 87.92% 73 3.04% 217 9.04% 2,401
Union 3,041 96.48% 33 1.05% 78 2.47% 3,152
Williamsburg 1,118 86.60% 27 2.09% 146 11.31% 1,291
York 2,637 94.48% 127 4.55% 27 0.97% 2,791
Totals 90,601 87.64% 4,617 4.47% 8,164 7.90% 103,382

References

  1. ^ "1944 Presidential General Election Results - South Carolina". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 23 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Scammon, Richard M. (compiler); America at the Polls: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics 1920-1964; p. 396 ISBN 0405077114
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