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Source: U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary; hearings before a subcommittee, Nomination and Election of President and Vice President, 83d Cong., 1st sess., 1953, pp. 183-184. Under the proportional system other candidates would have recieved 9,100 electoral votes. State-by-State outcome under the District system is not available.

Library of Congress. Legislative Reference Service January 1969

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1948
COMPARATIVE RESULTS UNDER PRESENT AND PROPOSED SYSTEMS

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77,597 9 5, 251

50,959 149, 659
1,895, 269 1,913, 134

239, 714 267, 288
437, 754 423, 297

69,588 67,813
194,280 281,988

76,691 254, 646

101,514 107,370
1,961, 103 1,994, 715

821, 079 807,833
494, 018 522, 380
423, 039 351, 902
341, 210 466, 756
72, 657 136, 344
150, 234 111, 916
294,814 286, 521

909, 370 1,151, 788
1,038, 595 1,003, 448
483, 617 692,966

5,043 19, 384
655, 039 917, 315

96,770 119,071
264,774 224, 165

29, 357 31, 291
121,299 107,995
981, 124, 895, 455

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Source: U.S. Congress, House Committee on the Judiciary, hearings before Subcommittee No. 1, "Amend the Constitution with Respect to Election of President and Vice President,"' 81st Cong., 1st sess., 1949, pp. 44-45 for tabulated results except those listed under the district plan, District plan results from following source Senate Committee on the Judiciary, hearings before a subcommittee, "Nomination and Election of President and Vice President," 83d Cong., 1st sess., 1963, p. 237.

(Library of Congress. Legislative Reference Service) TABLE 1.-Contingent election of the President by the House of Representa

tives number of state congressional delegations with Democratic or Republican majorities, or evenly divided

(Each State having 1 vote) 818T CONGRESS, 18T SESSION ?

87TH CONGRESS, 18T SESSION ? 1948 election :

1960 election : Democratic

Democratic Republican

Republican
Evenly divided.

Evenly divided..
Total

· Total
83D CONGRESS, 18T SESSION

89TH CONGRESS, 18T SESSION 1952 election :

1964 election : Democratic

Democratic Republican

Republican
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Total

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85TH CONGRESS, 18T SESSION

918T CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION 1956 election :

1968 election : Democratic ----------------

Democratic ----------Republican ----------------

Republican ----------
Evenly divided ---------

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Total

Total ----1 Reflects the composition of the House of Representatives on January 3 next following the presidential election.

Sources: Congressional Directories, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1965; New York Times, November 8, 1969, p. 27.

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TABLE II.—Contingent election of the Vice President by the Senate

(Each Senator having 1 vote) 818T CONGRESS, 18T SESSION"

87TH CONGRESS, 18T SESSION ? 1948 election : Democrats

1960 election :
Republicans ----

Democrats
Total

Republicans

Total 83D CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION

89TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION 1952 election : Democrats -

1964 election : Republicans

Democrats --
Independent

Republicans -------
Total

Total
85TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION ?

919T CONGRESS, 18T SESSION 1956 election :

1968 election : Democrats -----

Democrats
----------------- 491
Republicans ---------------- 47

Republicans ---
Total -----------

Total

100 2 Reflects the composition of the Senate on January 3, next following the presidential election.

Sources : Congressional Directories, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1965; New York Times, November 8, 1968, p. 27.

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TABLE III.—Comparative contingent election of the Vice President by the Senate

(Each Senator having 1 vote)

1948 ELECTION 80th Congress, 2d session

81st Congress, 1st session (Dec. 13, 1948-Jan. 3, 1949)

(Jan. 3, 1949) Democrats

45 | Democrats Republicans

51 Republicans -Total

96 | Total

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1956 ELECTION 84th Congress, 2d session)

85th Congress, 1st session (Dec. 17, 1956-Jan. 3, 1957)

(Jan. 3, 1957) Democrats

49 Democrats ---Republicans -------

47 | Republicans Total

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86th Congress, 2d session

87th Congress, 1st session (Dec. 19, 1960-Jan. 3, 1961)

(Jan. 3, 1961) Democrats

65 | Democrats Republicans -------------------

35 Republicans
Total
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1001 Total

Total -------------------- 100

1954 ELECTION 88th Congress, 2d session

89th Congress, 1st session (Dec. 14, 1964-Jan. 3, 1965)

(Jan. 3, 1965) Democrats

65 | Democrats Republicans

35 Republicans --Total

1001

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90th Congress, 2d session

91st Congress, 1st session (Dec. 16, 1968-Jan. 3, 1969)

(Jan. 3, 1969) Democrats 62 Democrats

57 Republicans 38 | Republicans

43 Total --- 1001 Total

100 NOTE.—The dates shown beneath the Second Sessions of the outgoing Congresses are from the convening of the electoral college to the convening date of the incoming Congress. Were an outgoing Congress to determine a contingent election under present conditions, this is the hypothetical period in which it would have to meet and make that determination. Accordingly figures for Democratic and Republican Senators have been calculated for those time periods shown.

SOURCE: Congressional Directories, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1968 ; and New York Times, November 8, 1968, p. 27.

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