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1804

Overview1804 : OVERVIEW | ELECTORAL MAP | BACKGROUND
STATE RESULTS | TOP OF PAGE

BLU Thomas
JEFFERSON
George Clinton
Party: DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICAN
Home State:
.PR:
VA; VP: NY
Electoral Votes: 162
BLU Charles Cotesworth
PINCKNEY
Rufus King
Party: FEDERALIST
Home State:
.PR:
SC; VP: NY
Electoral Votes: 14
Total electoral votes - 176 (from 17 states)
Majority needed to win - 89

Electoral Map1804 : OVERVIEW | ELECTORAL MAP | BACKGROUND
STATE RESULTS | TOP OF PAGE

Electoral College 1804

Background1804 : OVERVIEW | ELECTORAL MAP | BACKGROUND
STATE RESULTS | TOP OF PAGE

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State Results 1804 : OVERVIEW | ELECTORAL MAP | BACKGROUND
STATE RESULTS | TOP OF PAGE

In 1804, 176 electoral votes were available; 89 votes were needed to secure the win. The method of choosing electors is listed below each states' name. LEG means the state legislature chose the electors. POP-AL means an at-large popular vote chose the state's electors. POP-DIS means electors were chosen by popular votes in each district of the state. In some states, a mix of these systems was used.
STATE CANDIDATE EVs
CONNECTICUT
( LEG )
Pinckney 9
DELEWARE
( LEG )
Pinckney 3
GEORGIA
( LEG )
Jefferson 6
KENTUCKY
( POP-DIS )
Jefferson 8
MARYLAND
( POP-DIS )
Jefferson 9
Pinckney 2
MASSACHUSETTS
( POP-DIS )
Jefferson 19
NEW HAMPSHIRE
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 7
NEW JERSEY
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 8
NEW YORK
( LEG )
Jefferson 19
NORTH CAROLINA
( POP-DIS )
Jefferson 14
OHIO
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 3
PENNSYLVANIA
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 20
RHODE ISLAND
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 4
SOUTH CAROLINA
( LEG )
Jefferson 10
TENNESSEE
( LEG )
Jefferson 5
VERMONT
( LEG )
Jefferson 6
VIRGINIA
( POP-AL )
Jefferson 24
See the OVERVIEW above for each candidate's electoral vote totals.
In 1804, 176 electoral votes were available;
89 votes were needed to secure the win.

1804 : OVERVIEW | ELECTORAL MAP | BACKGROUND | STATE RESULTS | TOP OF PAGE

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