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Here is a detailed account of US Past Presidential Election Result with Electoral votes and vote margin %. We have also listed US Vice / Presidential Candidate list till date, Republican Democratic US Presidential Candidates History, Total votes cast US Presidential Election and List of US Presidents Vice Presidents. This is total Past US Election History, Democratic Republican Vote Swing, Voting Pattern and Analysis for US Presidential Election 2016

Year Presidential Candidate Party Electoral  Votes Popular Votes Vice-presidential  Candidate and party  
 
1872 Ulysses S. Grant Republican 286 35,97,132 Henry Wilson—R  
Horace Greeley Dem., Liberal Rep. -12 28,34,125 B. Gratz Brown—D, LR—(47)  
Thomas A. Hendricks Democratic 42    Scattering—(19)  
B. Gratz Brown Dem., Liberal Rep. 18    Vote not counted—(14)  
Charles J. Jenkins Democratic 2     
David Davis Democratic 1  
Votes not counted    17  
1876 Rutherford B. Hayes Republican 185 40,33,768 William A. Wheeler—R  
Samuel J. Tilden Democratic 184 42,85,992 Thomas A. Hendricks—D  
Peter Cooper Greenback 0 81,737 Samuel F. Cary—G  
 
1880 James A. Garfield Republican 214 44,49,053 Chester A. Arthur—R  
Winfield S. Hancock Democratic 155 44,42,035 William H. English—D  
James B. Weaver Greenback 0 3,08,578 B. J. Chambers—G  
1884 Grover Cleveland Democratic 219 49,11,017 Thomas A. Hendricks—D  
James G. Blaine Republican 182 48,48,334 John A. Logan—R  
Benjamin F. Butler Greenback 0 1,75,370 A. M. West—G  
John P. St. John Prohibition 0 1,50,369 William Daniel—P  
1888 Benjamin Harrison Republican 233 54,40,216 Levi P. Morton—R  
Grover Cleveland Democratic 168 55,38,233 A. G. Thurman—D  
Clinton B. Fisk Prohibition 0 2,49,506 John A. Brooks—P  
Alson J. Streeter Union Labor 0 1,46,935 Charles E. Cunningham—UL  
1892 Grover Cleveland Democratic 277 55,56,918 Adlai E. Stevenson—D  
Benjamin Harrison Republican 145 51,76,108 Whitelaw Reid—R  
James B. Weaver People's15 22 10,41,028 James G. Field—Peo  
John Bidwell Prohibition 0 2,64,133 James B. Cranfill—P  
 
1896 William McKinley Republican 271 70,35,638 Garret A. Hobart—R  
William J. Bryan Dem., People's15 176 64,67,946 Arthur Sewall—D—(149)  
        Thomas E. Watson—Peo—(27)  
John M. Palmer Natl. Dem. 0 1,33,148 Simon B. Buckner—ND  
Joshua Levering Prohibition 0 1,32,007 Hale Johnson—P  
1900 William McKinley16 Republican 292 72,19,530 Theodore Roosevelt—R  
William J. Bryan Dem., People's15 155 63,58,071 Adlai E. Stevenson—D, Peo  
Eugene V. Debs Social Democratic 0 94,768 Job Harriman—SD  
1904 Theodore Roosevelt Republican 336 76,28,834 Charles W. Fairbanks—R  
Alton B. Parker Democratic 140 50,84,491 Henry G. Davis—D  
Eugene V. Debs Socialist 0 4,02,400 Benjamin Hanford—S  
1908 William H. Taft Republican 321 76,79,006 James S. Sherman—R  
William J. Bryan Democratic 162 64,09,106 John W. Kern—D  
Eugene V. Debs Socialist 0 4,02,820 Benjamin Hanford—S  
 
1912 Woodrow Wilson Democratic 435 62,86,214 Thomas R. Marshall—D  
Theodore Roosevelt Progressive 88 41,26,020 Hiram Johnson—Prog  
William H. Taft Republican 8 34,83,922 Nicholas M. Butler—R17  
Eugene V. Debs Socialist 0 8,97,011 Emil Seidel—S  
1916 Woodrow Wilson Democratic 277 91,29,606 Thomas R. Marshall—D  
Charles E. Hughes Republican 254 85,38,221 Charles W. Fairbanks—R  
A. L. Benson Socialist 0 5,85,113 G. R. Kirkpatrick—S  
1920 Warren G. Harding18 Republican 404 1,61,52,200 Calvin Coolidge—R  
James M. Cox Democratic 127 91,47,353 Franklin D. Roosevelt—D  
Eugene V. Debs Socialist 0 9,17,799 Seymour Stedman—S  
1924 Calvin Coolidge Republican 382 1,57,25,016 Charles G. Dawes—R  
John W. Davis Democratic 136 83,85,586 Charles W. Bryan—D  
Robert M. LaFollette Progressive, Socialist 13 48,22,856 Burton K. Wheeler—Prog, S  
1928 Herbert Hoover Republican 444 2,13,92,190 Charles Curtis—R  
Alfred E. Smith Democratic 87 1,50,16,443 Joseph T. Robinson—D  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 2,67,420 James H. Maurer—S  
1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 472 2,28,21,857 John N. Garner—D  
Herbert Hoover Republican 59 1,57,61,841 Charles Curtis—R  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 8,84,781 James H. Maurer—S  
1936 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 523 2,77,51,597 John N. Garner—D  
Alfred M. Landon Republican 8 1,66,79,583 Frank Knox—R  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 1,87,720 George Nelson—S  
1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt Democratic 449 2,72,44,160 Henry A. Wallace—D  
Wendell L. Willkie Republican 82 2,23,05,198 Charles L. McNary—R  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 99,557 Maynard C. Krueger—S  
1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt19 Democratic 432 2,56,02,504 Harry S. Truman—D  
Thomas E. Dewey Republican 99 2,20,06,285 John W. Bricker—R  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 80,518 Darlington Hoopes—S  
1948 Harry S. Truman Democratic 303 2,41,79,345 Alben W. Barkley—D  
Thomas E. Dewey Republican 189 2,19,91,291 Earl Warren—R  
J. Strom Thurmond States' Rights Dem. 39 11,76,125 Fielding L. Wright—SR  
Henry A. Wallace Progressive 0 11,57,326 Glen Taylor—Prog  
Norman Thomas Socialist 0 1,39,572 Tucker P. Smith—S  
1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican 442 3,39,36,234 Richard M. Nixon—R  
Adlai E. Stevenson Democratic 89 2,73,14,992 John J. Sparkman—D  
1956 Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican 457 3,55,90,472 Richard M. Nixon—R  
Adlai E. Stevenson Democratic 7320 2,60,22,752 Estes Kefauver—D  
1960 John F. Kennedy21 Democratic 303 3,42,26,731 Lyndon B. Johnson—D  
Richard M. Nixon Republican 21922 3,41,08,157 Henry Cabot Lodge—R  
1964 Lyndon B. Johnson Democratic 486 4,31,29,484 Hubert H. Humphrey—D  
Barry M. Goldwater Republican 52 2,71,78,188 William E. Miller—R  
1968 Richard M. Nixon Republican 301 3,17,85,480 Spiro T. Agnew—R  
Hubert H. Humphrey Democratic 191 3,12,75,166 Edmund S. Muskie—D  
George C. Wallace American Independent 46 99,06,473 Curtis F. LeMay—Al  
1972 Richard M. Nixon23 Republican 52024 4,71,69,911 Spiro T. Agnew—R  
George McGovern Democratic 17 2,91,70,383 Sargent Shriver—D  
John G. Schmitz American 0 10,99,482 Thomas J. Anderson—A  
1976 Jimmy Carter Democratic 297 4,08,30,763 Walter F. Mondale—D  
Gerald R. Ford Republican 24025 3,91,47,973 Robert J. Dole—R  
Eugene J. McCarthy Independent 0 7,56,631 None  
1980 Ronald Reagan Republican 489 4,38,99,248 George Bush—R  
Jimmy Carter Democratic 49 3,64,81,435 Walter F. Mondale—D  
John B. Anderson Independent 0 57,19,437 Patrick J. Lucey—I  
1984 Ronald Reagan Republican 525 5,44,55,075 George Bush—R  
Walter F. Mondale Democratic 13 3,75,77,185 Geraldine A. Ferraro—D  
1988 George H. Bush Republican 426 4,88,86,097 J. Danforth Quayle—R  
Michael S. Dukakis Democratic 11126 4,18,09,074 Lloyd Bentsen—D  
1992 William J. Clinton Democratic 370 4,49,09,889 Albert A. Gore, J.—D  
George H. Bush Republican 168 3,91,04,545 J. Danforth Quayle—R  
H. Ross Perot Independent 0 1,97,42,267 James B. Stockdale—I  
1996 William J. Clinton Democratic 379 4,74,02,357 Albert A. Gore, Jr.—D  
Robert J. Dole Republican 159 3,91,98,755 Jack F. Kemp—R  
H. Ross Perot Reform Party27 0 80,85,402 Pat Choate—RP27  
2000 George W. Bush Republican 271 5,04,56,002 Richard B. Cheney—R  
Albert A. Gore Democratic 26628 5,09,99,897 Joseph I. Lieberman—D  
Ralph Nader Green Party 0 28,82,955 Winona LaDuke—GP  
2004 George W. Bush Republican 286 6,20,28,285 Richard B. Cheney—R  
John F. Kerry Democratic 25129 5,90,28,109 John Edwards—D  
2008 Barack Obama Democratic 365 6,68,62,039 Joseph Biden—D  
John McCain Republican 173 5,83,19,442 Sarah Palin—R  
2012 Barack Obama Democratic 332 6,26,16,535 Joseph Biden—D  
Mitt Romney Republican 206 5,90,90,075 Paul Ryan—R  

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1. Only 10 states participated in the election. The New York legislature chose no electors, and North Carolina and Rhode Island had not yet ratified the Constitution.
2. As Jefferson and Burr were tied, the House of Representatives chose the president. In a vote by states, 10 votes were cast for Jefferson, 4 for Burr; 2 votes were not cast.
3. As no candidate had an electoral-vote majority, the House of Representatives chose the president from the first three. In a vote by states, 13 votes were cast for Adams, 7 for Jackson, and 4 for Crawford.
4. The Antimasonic Party on Sept. 26, 1831, was the first party to hold a nominating convention to choose candidates for president and vice president.
5. As Johnson did not have an electoral-vote majority, the Senate chose him 33–14 over Granger, the others being legally out of the race.
6. Harrison died April 4, 1841, and Tyler succeeded him April 6.
7. Taylor died July 9, 1850, and Fillmore succeeded him July 10.
8. Also known as the Know-Nothing Party.
9. Lincoln died April 15, 1865, and Johnson succeeded him the same day.
10. Name adopted by the Republican National Convention of 1864. Johnson was a War Democrat.
11. 23 Southern electoral votes were excluded.
12. Greeley died Nov. 29, 1872, before his 66 electors voted; 63 of Greeley's votes were scattered among four of the other candidates.
13. Hayes was chosen by a special electoral commission since initially neither candidate had the requisite 185 electoral votes.
14. Garfield died Sept. 19, 1881, and Arthur succeeded him Sept. 20.
15. Members of People's Party were called Populists.
16. McKinley died Sept. 14, 1901, and Roosevelt succeeded him the same day.
17. James S. Sherman, Republican candidate for vice president, died Oct. 30, 1912, and the Republican electoral votes were cast for Butler.
18. Harding died Aug. 2, 1923, and Coolidge succeeded him Aug. 3.
19. Roosevelt died April 12, 1945, and Truman succeeded him the same day.
20. One electoral vote from Alabama was cast for Walter B. Jones.
21. Kennedy died Nov. 22, 1963, and Johnson succeeded him the same day.
22. Sen. Harry F. Byrd received 15 electoral votes.
23. Nixon resigned Aug. 9, 1974, and Gerald R. Ford succeeded him the same day.
24. One electoral vote from Virginia was cast for John Hospers, Libertarian Party.
25. One electoral vote from Washington was cast for Ronald Reagan.
26. One electoral vote from West Virginia was cast for Lloyd Bentsen.
27. Perot helped establish the Reform Party following his defeat in the 1992 election.
28. One elector from the District of Columbia left her ballot blank to protest the city's lack of representation in Congress, leaving Gore with 266 electoral votes instead of 267.
29. One elector from Minnesota cast a vote for John Edwards.
 

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