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US Presidential Elections – Every Candidate/Party from 1789–2004!

from our friends at Polidoc

The table displayed on the provided link shows significant cyclical changes of parties in the United States of America. The candidates’ names are also cited. [Note: only includes parties who won electoral votes. Think that the Women’s Suffrage and Abolitionist Parties are missing. 3rd Parties just can’t catch a break!]

Presidential Elections, 1789–2004

For the original method of electing the president and the vice president (elections of 1789, 1792, 1796, and 1800), see Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution. The election of 1804 was the first one in which the electors voted for president and vice president on separate ballots. (See Amendment XII to the Constitution.)

Year Presidential
candidate
Party Electoral
votes
17891 George Washington
John Adams
Scattering
Votes not cast
(no party)
(no party)
(no party)
69
34
35
8
1792 George Washington
John Adams
George Clinton
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
Votes not cast
Federalist
Federalist
Anti-Federalist
Anti-Federalist
Anti-Federalist
132
77
50
4
1
6
1796 John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Pinckney
Aaron Burr
Scattering
Federalist
Dem.-Rep.
Federalist
Dem.-Rep.
71
68
59
30
48
18002 Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
John Adams
Charles C. Pinckney
John Jay
Dem.-Rep.
Dem.-Rep.
Federalist
Federalist
Federalist
73
73
65
64
1

See rest of table.

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