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Electoral votes by state and for Washington, D.C., for the elections of 2004 and 2008. All but two states allocate their electoral votes on a winner-take-all basis; the circled numbers in the center of the map and in the upper right corner reflect the fact that Nebraska and Maine allocate some of their electoral votes by congressional district.

The following is a summary of the electoral vote changes between United States presidential elections. It summarizes the changes in the Electoral College vote by comparing United States presidential election results for a given year with those from the immediate preceding election. It tracks those states that changed their support between parties as well as changes resulting from other factors, such as reapportionment.

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2008 vs. 2004

Results in 2008.
Cartogram of results in 2004, 2008 and the swing between the two. Each square represents one electoral vote.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 2008: Democratic Party

2004 electoral vote
John Kerry
Gains Losses 2008 electoral vote
Barack Obama
252*
+ 113
365
Colorado(9)
Florida(27)
Indiana(11)
Iowa(7)
Nebraska(1)**
Nevada(5)
New Mexico(5)
North Carolina(15)
Ohio(20)
Virginia(13)

* Includes the faithless elector in 2004 who originally pledged to vote for Kerry but instead voted for his vice presidential running mate John Edwards

** Obama received 1 out of Nebraska's 5 total electoral votes

2004 vs. 2000

Results in 2004.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 2004: Republican Party

2000 electoral vote
George W. Bush
Gain due to
reapportionment
2000 result
under the 2004
apportionment
Gains Losses 2004 electoral vote
George W. Bush
271
+ 7
278
+ 12
- 4
286
Iowa(7)
New Mexico(5)
New Hampshire(4)

2000 vs. 1996

Results in 2000.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 2000: Republican Party

1996 electoral vote
Bob Dole
Gains Losses 2000 electoral vote
George W. Bush
159
+ 112
271
Arizona(8)
Arkansas(6)
Florida(25)
Kentucky(8)
Louisiana(9)
Missouri(11)
Nevada(4)
New Hampshire(4)
Ohio(21)
Tennessee(11)
West Virginia(5)

1996 vs. 1992

Results in 1996.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1996: Democratic Party

1992 electoral vote
Bill Clinton
Gains Losses 1996 electoral vote
Bill Clinton
370
+ 33
- 24
379
Arizona(8)
Florida(25)
Colorado(8)
Georgia(13)
Montana(3)

1992 vs. 1988

Results in 1992.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1992: Democratic Party

1988 electoral vote
Michael Dukakis
Loss due to
reapportionment
1988 result
under the 1992
apportionment
Gains Losses 1992 electoral vote
Bill Clinton
112
- 5
107
+ 263
370
Arkansas(6)
California(54)
Colorado(8)
Connecticut(8)
Delaware(3)
Georgia(13)
Illinois(22)
Kentucky(8)
Louisiana(9)
Maine(4)
Maryland(10)
Michigan(18)
Missouri(11)
Montana(3)
Nevada(4)
New Hampshire(4)
New Jersey(15)
New Mexico(5)
Ohio(21)
Pennsylvania(23)
Tennessee(11)
Vermont(3)

1988 vs. 1984

Results in 1988.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1988: Republican Party

1984 electoral vote
Ronald Reagan
Gains Losses 1988 electoral vote
George H. W. Bush
525
- 99
426
Hawaii(4)
Iowa(8)
Massachusetts(13)
New York(36)
Oregon(7)
Rhode Island(4)
Washington(10)
West Virginia(6)
Wisconsin(11)

1984 vs. 1980

Results in 1984.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1984: Republican Party

1980 electoral vote
Ronald Reagan
Gain due to
reapportionment
1980 result
under the 1984
apportionment
Gains Losses 1984 electoral vote
Ronald Reagan
489
0
489
+ 36
525
Georgia(12)
Hawaii(4)
Maryland(10)
Rhode Island(4)
West Virginia(6)

1980 vs. 1976

Results in 1980.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1980: Republican Party

1976 electoral vote
Gerald Ford
Gains Losses 1980 electoral vote
Ronald Reagan
240
+ 249
489
Alabama(9)
Arkansas(6)
California(1)*
Delaware(3)
Florida(17)
Kentucky(9)
Louisiana(10)
Massachusetts(14)
Mississippi(7)
Missouri(12)
New York(41)
North Carolina(13)
Ohio(25)
Pennsylvania(27)
South Carolina(8)
Tennessee(10)
Texas(26)
Wisconsin(11)

* Faithless elector in 1976

1976 vs. 1972

Results in 1976.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1976: Democratic Party

1972 electoral vote
George McGovern
Gains Losses 1976 electoral vote
Jimmy Carter
17
+ 280
297
Alabama(9)
Arkansas(6)
Delaware(3)
Florida(17)
Georgia(12)
Hawaii(4)
Kentucky(9)
Louisiana(10)
Maryland(10)
Minnesota(10)
Mississippi(7)
Missouri(12)
New York(41)
North Carolina(13)
Ohio(25)
Pennsylvania(27)
Rhode Island(4)
South Carolina(8)
Tennessee(10)
Texas(26)
West Virginia(6)
Wisconsin(11)

1972 vs. 1968

Results in 1972.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1972: Republican Party

1968 electoral vote
Richard Nixon
Gain due to
reapportionment
1968 result
under the 1972
apportionment
Gains Losses 1972 electoral vote
Richard Nixon
301
+ 5
306
+ 215
- 1
520
Alabama(9)
Arkansas(6)
Connecticut(8)
Georgia(12)
Hawaii(4)
Louisiana(10)
Maine(4)
Maryland(10)
Michigan(21)
Minnesota(10)
Mississippi(7)
New York(41)
North Carolina(1)*
Pennsylvania(27)
Rhode Island(4)
Texas(26)
Washington(9)
West Virginia(6)
Virginia(1)

* Faithless elector in 1968

Faithless elector in 1972

1968 vs. 1964

Results in 1968.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1968: Republican Party

1964 electoral vote
Barry Goldwater
Gains Losses 1968 electoral vote
Richard Nixon
52
+ 288
- 39
301
Alaska(3)
California(40)
Colorado(6)
Delaware(3)
Florida(14)
Idaho(4)
Illinois(26)
Indiana(13)
Iowa(9)
Kansas(7)
Kentucky(9)
Missouri(12)
Montana(4)
Nebraska(5)
Nevada(3)
New Hampshire(4)
New Jersey(17)
New Mexico(4)
North Carolina(12)*
North Dakota(4)
Ohio(26)
Oklahoma(8)
Oregon(6)
South Dakota(4)
Tennessee(11)
Utah(4)
Vermont(3)
Virginia(12)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming(3)
Alabama(10)
Georgia(12)
Louisiana(10)
Mississippi(7)

* Faithless elector in 1968

1964 vs. 1960

Results in 1964.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1964: Democratic Party

1960 electoral vote
John F. Kennedy
Loss due to
reapportionment
1960 result
under the 1964
apportionment
Gains Losses 1964 electoral vote
Lyndon B. Johnson
303
- 9
294
+ 227
-35
486
Alaska(3)
California (40)
Colorado (6)
District of Columbia (3)
Florida (14)
Idaho (4)
Indiana (13)
Iowa (9)
Kansas (7)
Kentucky (9)
Maine (4)
Montana (4)
Nebraska (5)
New Hampshire (4)
North Dakota (4)
Ohio (26)
Oklahoma (8)
Oregon(6)
South Dakota (4)
Tennessee (11)
Utah (4)
Vermont (3)
Virginia(12)
Washington (9)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming (3)
Alabama (5)*
Georgia (12)
Louisiana(10)
South Carolina (8)

* Kennedy received 5 electoral votes in 1960 of what would have been 10 electoral votes in 1964

1960 vs. 1956

Results in 1960.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1960: Democratic Party

1956 electoral vote
Adlai Stevenson
Gains Losses 1960 electoral vote
John F. Kennedy
73
+ 243
- 13
303
Connecticut (8)
Delaware(3)
Hawaii(3)
Illinois(27)
Louisiana(10)
Maryland(9)
Massachusetts(16)
Michigan(20)
Minnesota(11)
Nevada(3)
New Jersey(16)
New Mexico(4)
New York(45)
Pennsylvania(32)
Rhode Island(4)
Texas(24)
West Virginia(8)
Alabama(5)*
Mississippi(8)

* Kennedy received only 5 out of Alabama's 11 electoral votes

1956 vs. 1952

Results in 1956.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1956: Republican Party

1952 electoral vote
Dwight Eisenhower
Gains Losses 1956 electoral vote
Dwight Eisenhower
442
+ 28
- 13
457
Kentucky(10)
Louisiana(10)
West Virginia(8)
Missouri(13)

1952 vs. 1948

Results in 1952.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1952: Republican Party

1948 electoral vote
Thomas Dewey
Loss due to
reapportionment
1948 result
under the 1952
apportionment
Gains Losses 1952 electoral vote
Dwight Eisenhower
189
- 3
186
+ 256
442
Arizona(4)
California(32)
Colorado(6)
Florida(10)
Idaho(4)
Illinois(27)
Iowa(10)
Massachusetts(16)
Minnesota(11)
Missouri(13)
Montana(4)
Nevada(3)
New Mexico(4)
Ohio(25)
Oklahoma(8)
Rhode Island(4)
Tennessee(11)
Texas(24)
Utah(4)
Virginia(12)
Washington(9)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming(3)

1948 vs. 1944

Results in 1948.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1948: Democratic Party

1944 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Gains Losses 1948 electoral vote
Harry Truman
432
+ 56
- 185
303
Colorado(6)
Iowa(10)
Ohio(25)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming(3)
Alabama(11)
Connecticut(8)
Delaware(3)
Louisiana(10)
Maryland(8)
Michigan(19)
Mississippi(9)
New Hampshire(4)
New Jersey(16)
New York(47)
Oregon(6)
Pennsylvania(35)
South Carolina(8)
Tennessee(1)*

* Truman received only 11 out of Tennessee's 12 electoral votes

1944 vs. 1940

Results in 1944.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1944: Democratic Party

1940 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Gain due to
reapportionment
1940 result
under the 1944
apportionment
Gains Losses 1944 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
449
+ 4
453
+ 19
- 40
432
Michigan(19)
Ohio(25)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming(3)

1940 vs. 1936

Results in 1940.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1940: Democratic Party

1936 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Gains Losses 1940 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
523
- 74
449
Colorado(6)
Indiana(14)
Iowa(11)
Kansas(9)
Michigan(19)
Nebraska(7)
North Dakota(4)
South Dakota(4)

1936 vs. 1932

Results in 1936.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1936: Democratic Party

1932 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Gains Losses 1936 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
472
+ 51
523
Connecticut(8)
Delaware(3)
New Hampshire(4)
Pennsylvania(36)

1932 vs. 1928

Results in 1932.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1932: Democratic Party

1928 electoral vote
Alfred E. Smith
Loss due to
reapportionment
1928 result
under the 1932
apportionment
Gains Losses 1932 electoral vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt
87
-7
80
+ 392
472
Arizona(3)
California(22)
Colorado(6)
Florida(7)
Idaho(4)
Illinois(29)
Indiana(14)
Iowa(11)
Kansas(9)
Kentucky(11)
Maryland(8)
Michigan(19)
Minnesota(11)
Missouri(15)
Montana(4)
Nebraska(7)
Nevada(3)
New Jersey(16)
New Mexico(3)
New York(47)
North Carolina(13)
North Dakota(4)
Ohio(26)
Oregon(5)
Oklahoma(11)
South Dakota(4)
Tennessee(11)
Texas(23)
Utah(4)
Virginia(11)
Washington(8)
West Virginia(8)
Wisconsin(12)
Wyoming(3)

1928 vs. 1924

Results in 1928.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1928: Republican Party

1924 electoral vote
Calvin Coolidge
Gains Losses 1928 electoral vote
Herbert Hoover
382
+ 85
- 23
444
Florida(6)
North Carolina(12)
Oklahoma(10)
Tennessee(12)
Texas(20)
Virginia(12)
Wisconsin(13)
Massachusetts(18)
Rhode Island(5)

1924 vs. 1920

Results in 1924.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1924: Republican Party

1920 electoral vote
Warren G. Harding
Gains Losses 1924 electoral vote
Calvin Coolidge
404
+ 13
- 35
382
Kentucky(13)
Oklahoma(10)
Tennessee(12)
Wisconsin(12)

1920 vs. 1916

Results in 1920.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1920: Republican Party

1916 electoral vote
Charles Evans Hughes
Gains Losses 1920 electoral vote
Warren G. Harding
254
+ 150
404
Arizona(3)
California(13)
Colorado(6)
Idaho(4)
Kansas(10)
Maryland(8)
Missouri(18)
Montana(4)
Nebraska(8)
Nevada(3)
New Hampshire(4)
New Mexico(3)
North Dakota(5)
Ohio(24)
Oklahoma(10)
Tennessee (12)
Utah(4)
Washington(7)
West Virginia(1)*
Wyoming(3)

* Hughes received only 7 out of West Virginia's 8 electoral votes in the 1916 election

1916 vs. 1912

Results in 1916.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1916: Democratic Party

1912 electoral vote
Woodrow Wilson
Gains Losses 1916 electoral vote
Woodrow Wilson
435
+ 22
-180
277
California(11)*
Utah(4)
Washington(7)
Connecticut(7)
Delaware(3)
Illinois(29)
Indiana(15)
Iowa(13)
Maine(6)
Massachusetts(18)
New Jersey(14)
New York(45)
Oregon(5)
Rhode Island(5)
West Virginia(7)†
Wisconsin(13)

* Wilson received only 2 out of California's 13 electoral votes in the 1912 election
Wilson received only 1 out of West Virginia's 8 electoral votes in the 1916 election

1912 vs. 1908

Results in 1912.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1912: Democratic Party

1908 electoral vote
William Jennings Bryan
Gain due to
reapportionment
1908 result
under the 1912
apportionment
Gains Losses 1912 electoral vote
Woodrow Wilson
162
+ 10
172
+ 263
435
California(2)*
Connecticut(7)
Delaware(3)
Idaho(4)
Illinois(29)
Indiana(15)
Iowa(13)
Kansas(10)
Maine(6)
Maryland(8)†
Massachusetts(18)
Missouri(18)
Montana(4)
New Hampshire(4)
New Jersey(14)
New York(45)
North Dakota(5)
Ohio(24)
Oregon(5)
Rhode Island(5)
West Virginia(8)
Wisconsin(13)
Wyoming(3)

* Wilson received only 2 of California's 13 electoral votes in the 1912 election

''Bryan received only 6 of Maryland's 8 electoral votes in the 1908 election

1908 vs. 1904

Results in 1908.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1908: Republican Party

1904 electoral vote
Theodore Roosevelt
Gains Losses 1908 electoral vote
William Taft
336
+ 1
- 16
321
Maryland(1)*
Colorado(5)
Nebraska(8)
Nevada(3)

* Taft received 2 of 8 Maryland electors in 1908 vs. Roosevelt's 1 of 8 in 1904

1904 vs. 1900

Results in 1904.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1904: Republican Party

1900 electoral vote
William McKinley
Gain due to
reapportionment
1900 result
under the 1904
apportionment
Gains Losses 1904 electoral vote
Theodore Roosevelt
292
+ 19
311
+ 32
- 7
336
Colorado(5)
Idaho(3)
Missouri(18)
Montana(3)
Nevada(3)
Maryland(7)*

* Theodore Roosevelt received only 1 of Maryland's 8 electoral votes in the 1904 election

1900 vs. 1896

Results in 1900.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1900: Republican Party

1896 electoral vote
William McKinley
Gains Losses 1900 electoral vote
William McKinley
271
+ 33
- 12
292
California(1)*
Kansas(10)
Nebraska(8)
South Dakota(4)
Utah(3)
Washington(4)
Wyoming(3)
Kentucky(12)†

* McKinley received only 8 of California's 9 electoral votes in the 1896 election.
McKinley received only 12 of Kentucky's 13 electoral votes in the 1896 election.

1896 vs. 1892

Results in 1896.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1896: Republican Party

1892 electoral vote
Benjamin Harrison
Gains Losses 1896 electoral vote
William McKinley
145
+ 148
- 22
271
California(7)*
Connecticut(6)
Delaware(3)
Illinois(24)
Indiana(15)
Kentucky(12)†
Maryland(8)
Michigan(5)‡
New Jersey(10)
New York(36)
North Dakota(2)↑
Ohio(1)↓
Oregon(1)#
West Virginia(6)
Wisconsin(12)
Montana(3)
Nebraska(8)
South Dakota(4)
Washington(4)
Wyoming(3)

* Harrison received 1 of California's 9 electoral votes in 1892 vs. McKinley's 8 of 9 in 1896.
McKinley received only 12 of Kentucky's 13 electoral votes in the 1896 election.
Harrison received only 9 of Michigan's 14 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
Harrison received only 1 of North Dakota's 3 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
Harrison received only 22 of Ohio's 23 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
# Harrison received only 3 of Oregon's 4 electoral votes in the 1892 election.

1892 vs. 1888

Results in 1892.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1888: Democratic Party

1888 electoral vote
Grover Cleveland
Gain due to
reapportionment
1888 result
under the 1892
apportionment
Gains Losses 1892 electoral vote
Grover Cleveland
168
+ 7
175
+ 102
277
California(8)*
Illinois(24)
Indiana(15)
Michigan(5)†
New York(36)
North Dakota(1)‡
Ohio(1)↑
Wisconsin(12)

* Cleveland received only 8 of California's 9 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
Cleveland received only 5 of Michigan's 14 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
Cleveland received only 1 of North Dakota's 3 electoral votes in the 1892 election.
Cleveland received only 1 of Ohio's 23 electoral votes in the 1892 election.

1888 vs. 1884

Results in 1888.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1888: Republican Party

1884 electoral vote
James G. Blaine
Gains Losses 1888 electoral vote
Benjamin Harrison
182
+ 51
233
Indiana(15)
New York(36)

1884 vs. 1880

Results in 1884.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1884: Democratic Party

1880 electoral vote
Winfield Hancock
Gain due to
reapportionment
1880 result
under the 1884
apportionment
Gains Losses 1884 electoral vote
Grover Cleveland
155
+ 15
170
+ 57
- 8
219
Connecticut(6)
Indiana(15)
New York(36)
California(5)*
Nevada(3)

* Hancock received only 5 of California's 6 electoral votes in 1880.

1880 vs. 1876

Results in 1880.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1880: Republican Party

1876 electoral vote
Rutherford Hayes
Gains Losses 1880 electoral vote
James Garfield
185
+ 56
- 27
214
Connecticut(6)
Indiana(15)
New York(35)
California(5)*
Florida(4)
Louisiana(8)
South Carolina(7)
Nevada(3)

* Garfield received only 1 of California's 6 electoral votes in the 1880 election.

1876 vs. 1872

Results in 1876.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1876: Republican Party

1872 electoral vote
Ulysses S. Grant
Gains Losses 1876 electoral vote
Rutherford B. Hayes
286
+ 11
- 118
185
Colorado(3)
Louisiana(8)
Alabama(10)
Arkansas(6)
Connecticut(6)
Delaware(3)
Indiana(15)
New Jersey(9)
New York(35)
North Carolina(10)
Virginia(11)
West Virginia(5)

1872 vs. 1868

Results in 1872.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1868: Republican Party

1868 electoral vote
Ulysses S. Grant
Gain due to
reapportionment
1868 result
under the 1872
apportionment
Gains Losses 1872 electoral vote
Ulysses S. Grant
214
+ 35
249
+ 69
- 32
286
Delaware(3)
Mississippi(8)
New Jersey(9)
New York(35)
Oregon(3)
Virginia(11)
Arkansas(5)
Missouri(15)
Tennessee(12)

1868 vs. 1864

Results in 1868.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1868: Republican Party

1864 electoral vote
Abraham Lincoln
Gain due to
reapportionment
1864 result
under the 1868
apportionment
Gains Losses 1868 electoral vote
Ulysses S. Grant
212
+ 1
213
+ 44
- 43
214
Alabama(8)
Arkansas(5)
Florida(3)
Nebraska(3)
North Carolina(9)
South Carolina(6)
Tennessee(10)
Maryland(7)
New York(33)
Oregon(3)

1864 vs. 1860

Results in 1864.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1864: Republican Party

1860 electoral vote
Abraham Lincoln
Gain due to
reapportionment
1860 result
under the 1864
apportionment
Gains Losses 1864 electoral vote
Abraham Lincoln
180
+ 8
188
+ 28
- 4
212
Kansas(3)
Maryland(7)
Missouri(11)
Nevada(2)
West Virginia(5)
New Jersey(4)*

* Lincoln received only 4 of New Jersey's 7 electoral votes in 1860.

1860 vs. 1856

Results in 1860.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1860: Republican Party

1856 electoral vote
John Fremont
Gains Losses 1860 electoral vote
Abraham Lincoln
114
+ 66
-
180
California(4)
Illinois(11)
Indiana(3)
Minnesota(4)
New Jersey(4)*
Oregon(3)
Pennsylvania(27)

* Lincoln received only 4 of New Jersey's 7 electoral votes in the 1860 election.

1856 vs. 1852

Results in 1856.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1856: Democratic Party

1852 electoral vote
Franklin Pierce
Gains Losses 1856 electoral vote
James Buchanan
254
+ 24
- 104
174
Kentucky(12)
Tennessee(12)
Connecticut(6)
Iowa(4)
Maine(8)
Maryland(8)
Michigan(6)
New Hampshire(5)
New York(35)
Ohio(23)
Rhode Island(4)
Wisconsin(5)

1852 vs. 1848

Results in 1852.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1852: Democratic Party

1848 electoral vote
Lewis Cass
Gain due to
reapportionment
1848 result
under the 1852
apportionment
Gains Losses 1852 electoral vote
Franklin Pierce
127
+ 4
131
+ 123
254
California(4)
Connecticut(6)
Delaware(3)
Florida(3)
Georgia(10)
Louisiana(6)
Maryland(8)
New Jersey(7)
New York(35)
North Carolina(10)
Pennsylvania(27)
Rhode Island(4)

1848 vs. 1844

Results in 1848.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1848: Whig Party

1844 electoral vote
Henry Clay
Gains Losses 1848 electoral vote
Zachary Taylor
105
+ 81
- 23
163
Georgia(10)
Florida(3)
Louisiana(6)
New York(36)
Pennsylvania(26)
Ohio(23)

1844 vs. 1840

Results in 1844.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1844: Democratic Party

1840 electoral vote
Martin Van Buren
Gain due to
reapportionment
1840 result
under the 1844
apportionment
Gains Losses 1844 electoral vote
James Polk
60
+ 0
60
+ 110
170
Georgia(10)
Indiana(12)
Louisiana(6)
Maine(9)
Michigan(5)
Mississippi(6)
New York(36)
Pennsylvania(26)

1840 vs. 1836

Results in 1840.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1840: Whig Party

1836 electoral vote
William Henry Harrison
Hugh Lawson White
Daniel Webster
Gains Losses 1840 electoral vote
William Henry Harrison
113
+ 121
154
Connecticut(8)
Louisiana(5)
Maine(10)
Michigan(3)
Mississippi(4)
New York(42)
North Carolina(15)
Pennsylvania(30)
Rhode Island(4)

1836 vs. 1832

Results in 1836.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1836: Democratic Party

1832 electoral vote
Andrew Jackson
Gains Losses 1836 electoral vote
Martin Van Buren
219
+ 18
- 67
170
Arkansas(3)
Connecticut(8)
Michigan(3)
Rhode Island(4)
Georgia(11)
Indiana(9)
Maryland(3)*
New Jersey(8)
Ohio(21)
Tennessee(15)

* Jackson received only 3 of Maryland's 8 electoral votes in the 1832 election.

1832 vs. 1828

Results in 1832.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1832: Democratic Party

1828 electoral vote
Andrew Jackson
Gain due to
reapportionment
1828 result
under the 1832
apportionment
Gains Losses 1832 electoral vote
Andrew Jackson
178
+ 23
201
+ 46
- 28
219
Maine(9)*
New Hampshire(7)
New Jersey(8)
New York(22)†
Kentucky(15)
Maryland(2)‡
South Carolina(11)

* Jackson received 1 of Maine's 9 electoral votes in 1828 and all 10 in 1832.
Jackson received 20 of New York's 36 electoral votes in 1828 and all 42 in 1832.
Jackson received 5 of Maryland's 11 electoral votes in 1828 and 3 of 8 in 1832.

1828 vs. 1824

Results in 1828.

Electoral votes of the candidate that won in 1828: candidate of the Democratic Party in 1828 and one of several from the Democratic-Republican Party in 1824

1824 electoral vote
Andrew Jackson
Gains Losses 1828 electoral vote
Andrew Jackson
99
+ 89
- 10
178
Georgia(9)
Illinois(1)*
Kentucky(14)
Louisiana(2)†
Maine(1)‡
Missouri(3)
New York(19)↑
Ohio(16)
Virginia(24)
Maryland(2)↓
New Jersey(8)

Due to multiple candidates from the same party in the 1824 election (and the party being the only major party at the time), this chart only shows the electoral votes changes of the winning candidate of 1828.
* Jackson received only 2 of Illinois's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Jackson received only 3 of Louisiana's 5 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Jackson received only 1 of Maine's 9 electoral votes in the 1828 election.
Jackson received 1 of New York's 36 electoral votes in 1824 and 20 of 26 in 1828.
Jackson received 7 of Maryland's 11 electoral votes in 1824 and 5 of 11 in 1828.

1824 vs. 1820

Results in 1824.

Electoral votes of the candidate that won in 1824: one of several from the Democratic-Republican Party

1820 electoral vote
John Quincy Adams
Gains Losses 1824 electoral vote
John Quincy Adams
1
+ 83
84
Connecticut(8)
Delaware(1)*
Illinois(1)†
Louisiana(2)‡
Maryland(3)↑
Maine(9)
Massachusetts(15)
New Hampshire(7)↓
New York (26)#
Rhode Island(4)
Vermont(7)

Due to multiple candidates from the same party in the 1824 election (and the party being the only major party at the time), this chart only shows the electoral votes of the winning candidate, even though he did not receive a plurality of the electoral votes and the election was decided in the United States House of Representatives.
* Adams received only 1 of Delaware's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Adams received only 1 of Illinois's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Adams received only 2 of Louisiana's 5 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Adams received only 3 of Maryland's 11 electoral votes in the 1824 election.
Adams received only 1 of New Hampshire's 8 electoral votes in 1820 and all 8 in 1824.
# Adams received only 26 of New York's 36 electoral votes in the 1824 election.

1820 vs. 1816

Results in 1820.

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1820: Democratic-Republican Party

1816 electoral vote
James Monroe
Gain due to
reapportionment
1816 result
under the 1820
apportionment
Gains Losses 1820 electoral vote
James Monroe
183
+ 2
185
+ 48
- 1
231
Alabama(3)
Connecticut(9)
Delaware(4)
Illinois(9)
Massachusetts(15)
Maine(3)
Mississippi(2)
Missouri(3)
New Hampshire(1)*

* Monroe received only 7 of New Hampshire's 8 electoral votes in 1820.

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