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United States presidential elections in California

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Presidential elections in California
Map of the United States with California highlighted
No. of elections43
Voted Democratic18
Voted Republican24
Voted other2
Voted for winning candidate35
Voted for losing candidate8

Since being admitted to the Union in 1850, California has participated in 43 presidential elections. A bellwether from 1888 to 1996, voting for the losing candidates only three times in that span, California has become a reliable state for Democratic presidential candidates since 1992.

List

Bold indicates the presidential candidate who won the national election.

Year
Winner Runner-up Other
TEV
Sources
Candidate Party Votes %
EV
Candidate Party Votes %
EV
Votes %
EV
1852 Franklin Pierce Democratic 40,721 53.02% 4 Winfield Scott Whig 35,972 46.83% 117 0.15% 4 [1]
1856 James Buchanan Democratic 53,342 48.38% 4 Millard Fillmore Know Nothing 36,195 32.83% 20,718 18.79% 4 [2][a]
1860 Abraham Lincoln Republican 38,733 32.30% 4 Stephen A. Douglas Democratic 37,999 31.70% 43,095 35.96% 4 [3][b]
1864 Abraham Lincoln National Union 62,053 58.60% 5 George B. McClellan Democratic 43,837 41.40% 5 [4]
1868 Ulysses S. Grant Republican 54,588 50.20% 5 Horatio Seymour Democratic 54,068 49.80% 5 [5]
1872 Ulysses S. Grant Republican 54,007 56.38% 6 Horace Greeley Liberal Republican 40,717 42.51% 1,061 1.11% 6 [6]
1876 Rutherford B. Hayes Republican 79,258 50.88% 6 Samuel J. Tilden Democratic 76,460 49.08% 66 0.04% 6 [7]
1880 Winfield Scott Hancock Democratic 80,426 48.98% 5 James A. Garfield Republican 80,282 48.89% 1 3,510 2.14% 6 [8]
1884 James G. Blaine Republican 102,369 51.97% 8 Grover Cleveland Democratic 89,288 45.33% 5,331 2.71% 8 [9]
1888 Benjamin Harrison Republican 124,816 49.66% 8 Grover Cleveland Democratic 117,729 46.84% 8,794 3.49% 8 [10]
1892 Grover Cleveland Democratic 118,174 43.83% 9 Benjamin Harrison Republican 118,027 43.78% 1 33,408 12.39% 9 [11][c]
1896 William McKinley Republican 146,688 49.16% 8 William Jennings Bryan Democratic 144,766 48.51% 1 6,965 2.33% 9 [12]
1900 William McKinley Republican 164,755 54.50% 9 William Jennings Bryan Democratic 124,985 41.34% 13,264 4.38% 9 [13]
1904 Theodore Roosevelt Republican 205,226 61.84% 10 Alton B. Parker Democratic 89,404 26.94% 37,248 11.22% 10 [14][d]
1908 William Howard Taft Republican 214,398 55.46% 10 William Jennings Bryan Democratic 127,492 32.98% 44,707 11.56% 10 [15][e]
1912 Theodore Roosevelt Progressive 283,610 41.83% 11 Woodrow Wilson Democratic 283,436 41.81% 2 110,898 16.36% 13 [16][f]
1916 Woodrow Wilson Democratic 466,289 46.65% 13 Charles Evans Hughes Republican 462,516 46.27% 70,798 7.08% 13 [17]
1920 Warren G. Harding Republican 624,992 66.20% 13 James M. Cox Democratic 229,191 24.28% 89,867 9.52% 13 [18][g]
1924 Calvin Coolidge Republican 733,250 57.20% 13 Robert M. La Follette Socialist 424,649 33.13% 124,001 9.67% 13 [19][h]
1928 Herbert Hoover Republican 1,162,323 64.69% 13 Al Smith Democratic 614,365 34.19% 19,968 1.11% 13 [20]
1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 1,324,157 58.39% 22 Herbert Hoover Republican 847,902 37.39% 95,907 4.22% 22 [21]
1936 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 1,766,836 66.95% 22 Alf Landon Republican 836,431 31.70% 35,615 1.35% 22 [22]
1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 1,877,618 57.44% 22 Wendell Willkie Republican 1,351,419 41.34% 39,754 1.22% 22 [23]
1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 1,988,564 56.48% 25 Thomas E. Dewey Republican 1,512,965 42.97% 19,346 0.55% 25 [24]
1948 Harry S. Truman Democratic 1,913,134 47.57% 25 Thomas E. Dewey Republican 1,895,269 47.13% 213,135 5.29% 25 [25]
1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican 3,035,587 56.83% 32 Adlai Stevenson II Democratic 2,257,646 42.27% 48,370 0.90% 32 [26]
1956 Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican 3,027,668 55.39% 32 Adlai Stevenson II Democratic 2,420,135 44.27% 18,552 0.34% 32 [27]
1960 Richard Nixon Republican 3,259,722 50.10% 32 John F. Kennedy Democratic 3,224,099 49.55% 22,757 0.35% 32 [28]
1964 Lyndon B. Johnson Democratic 4,171,877 59.11% 40 Barry Goldwater Republican 2,879,108 40.79% 6,601 0.09% 40 [29]
1968 Richard Nixon Republican 3,467,664 47.82% 40 Hubert Humphrey Democratic 3,244,318 44.74% 539,605 7.44% 40 [30][i]
1972 Richard Nixon Republican 4,602,096 55.00% 45 George McGovern Democratic 3,475,847 41.54% 289,919 3.47% 45 [31]
1976 Gerald Ford Republican 3,882,244 49.35% 45 Jimmy Carter Democratic 3,742,284 47.57% 242,589 3.08% 45 [32]
1980 Ronald Reagan Republican 4,524,858 52.69% 45 Jimmy Carter Democratic 3,083,661 35.91% 978,544 11.40% 45 [33][j]
1984 Ronald Reagan Republican 5,467,009 57.51% 47 Walter Mondale Democratic 3,922,519 41.27% 115,895 1.22% 47 [34]
1988 George H. W. Bush Republican 5,054,917 51.13% 47 Michael Dukakis Democratic 4,702,233 47.56% 129,914 1.32% 47 [35]
1992 Bill Clinton Democratic 5,121,325 46.01% 54 George H. W. Bush Republican 3,630,574 32.61% 2,379,822 21.38% 54 [36][k]
1996 Bill Clinton Democratic 5,119,835 51.10% 54 Bob Dole Republican 3,828,380 38.21% 1,071,269 10.68% 54 [37][l]
2000 Al Gore Democratic 5,861,203 53.45% 54 George W. Bush Republican 4,567,429 41.65% 537,224 4.91% 54 [38]
2004 John Kerry Democratic 6,745,485 54.31% 55 George W. Bush Republican 5,509,826 44.36% 166,548 1.34% 55 [39]
2008 Barack Obama Democratic 8,274,473 61.01% 55 John McCain Republican 5,011,781 36.95% 296,829 2.19% 55 [40]
2012 Barack Obama Democratic 7,854,285 60.24% 55 Mitt Romney Republican 4,839,958 37.12% 361,572 2.77% 55 [41]
2016 Hillary Clinton Democratic 8,753,788 61.73% 55 Donald Trump Republican 4,483,810 31.62% 1,005,843 7.06% 55 [42]
2020 Joe Biden Democratic 11,110,250 63.48% 55 Donald Trump Republican 6,006,429 34.32% 384,192 2.20% 55 [43]
Year
Candidate Party Votes %
EV
Candidate Party Votes %
EV
Votes %
EV
TEV
Sources
Winner Runner-up Other

Notes

  1. ^ In 1856, Republican candidate John C. Frémont won 20,704 votes (18.78%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[2]
  2. ^ In 1860, Southern Democratic candidate John C. Breckinridge won 33,969 votes (28.35%), and Constitutional Union candidate John Bell won 9,111 votes (7.60%) in California but neither received an electoral vote from the state.[3]
  3. ^ In 1892, Populist candidate James B. Weaver won 25,311 votes (9.39%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[11]
  4. ^ In 1904, Socialist candidate Eugene V. Debs won 29,535 votes (8.90%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[14]
  5. ^ In 1908, Socialist candidate Eugene V. Debs won 28,659 votes (7.41%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[15]
  6. ^ In 1912, Socialist candidate Eugene V. Debs won 79,201 votes (11.68%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[16]
  7. ^ In 1920, Socialist candidate Eugene V. Debs won 64,076 votes (6.79%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[18]
  8. ^ In 1924, Democratic candidate John W. Davis won 105,514 votes (8.23%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[19]
  9. ^ In 1968, American Independent candidate George Wallace won 487,270 votes (6.72%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[30]
  10. ^ In 1980, Independent candidate John B. Anderson won 739,833 votes (8.72%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[33]
  11. ^ In 1992, Independent candidate Ross Perot won 2,296,006 votes (20.63%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[36]
  12. ^ In 1996, Reform candidate Ross Perot won 697,847 votes (6.96%) in California but did not receive an electoral vote from the state.[37]

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