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ELECTORAL VOTE OF 1888.

Republican. Democrat.

Benj. Levi P. Grover Allen G.

Basis of Harrison, Morton, Cleveland, Thurman,

States. 154,325. Votes. Ind. N. Y. N. Y. Ohio.

Alabama 8 10 .. 10 10

Arkansas 5 7 •• 7 7

California 6 8 8 8

Colorado 13 3 3

Connecticut 4 6 .. .. 6 6

Delaware I 3 •• •• 3 3

Florida 2 4 .- 4 4

Georgia 10 12 .. «2 12

Illinois 20 22 32 22

Indiana 13 15 >5 «5

Iowa II 13 «3 «3

Kansas 7 9 9 9

Kentucky II 13 '1 «s

Louisiana 6 8 .. 8 8

Maine 4 6 6 6

Maryland 6 8 .. .. 8 8

Massachusetts. .12 14 14 M

Michigan II 13 13 «3

Minnesota 5 7 7 7

Mississippi 7 9 •. .• 9?

Missouri 14 16 .. «° 16

Nebraska 3 5 5 5

Nevada 13 3 3

New Hampshire 2 4 4 4

New Jersey 7 9 •• ■• 9 9

New York 34 36 36 36

North Carolina. 9 II .. •• 11 11

Ohio 21 23 23 23

Oregon 13 3 3

Pennsylvania.. .28 30 30 30

Rhode Island. .2 4 4 4

South Carolina. 7 9 .. .. 9 9

Tennessee 10 12 12 12

Texas II 13 .. •• «3 >3

Vermont 3 4 4 4

Virginia 10 12 .. .. 12 12

West Virginia. .4 6 6 6

Wisconsin 9 II II n

Totals....325 401 233 233 '68 >°« THE POPULAR Vote—Harrison, 5,438,157—20 States; Cleveland, 5.535,

626—18 States; Prohibition, 250,157; Labor, 150,624.

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ELECTORAL VOTE OF 1884.

Democrat. Republican. Grover Thoi. A. James G. John A.

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Popular Vote.—Cleveland, 4,911,017—States, 20; Blaine, 4,848,334— States, 18; Butler, Greenback-Labor, 133,825; St. John, Prohibition, 151,809; Scattering, 11,362.

PREVIOUS ELECTORAL VOTES.

Republican. 1880. Dtmecrmt.

Jamas A. Garfield, O., 214 Winfield S. Hancock, N. Y., 155

Cheiter A. Arthur, N. Y., 214 Wm. H. English, Ind., 155

Total electoral vote, 369; 38 States.

Popular Vote.—Garfield, 4,449,053—19 States; Hancock, 4,442,035—19 States; Weaver, Greenback, 308,578; Prohibition, 10,305; American, 707; Scattering, 989.

Republican. 1876. Democrat.

R. B. Hayes, Ohio, 185 S. J. Tilden, N. Y., l8\|

W. A. Wheeler, N. Y., 185 T. A. Hendricks, Ind., 18?

Total electoral vote, 369; 38 States.

Popular Vote.—Hayes, 4,033,950—21 States; Tilden, 4,284,885—I) States; Cooper, Greenback, 81,740; Smith, Prohibition, 9,522; American, 539; Scattering, 14,715.

Republican. 1872. Democrat.

Ulysses S. Grant, 111., 286 Horace Greelej"

Henry Wilson, Mass., 286 B. Gratz Browt

Total electoral vote, 366; 37 States.

Popular Vote.—The death of Mr. Greeley before the electoral count caused the scattering of his 66 votes among various candidates. The votes of Louisiana and Arkansas were not counted on account of fraudulent returns. Grant, 3,597,071—31 States; Greeley, 2,834,079—6 States; O'Connor, Labor, 29,408; Black, Prohibition, 5,608.

Republican. 1868. Democrat.

Ulysses S. Grant, 111., 214 Horatio Seymour, N. Y., 80

Schuyler Colfax, Ind., 214 Francis P. Blair, Mo., 80

Total electoral vote, 317; 34 States; Mississippi, Texas and Virginia still in rebellion, and not voting.

Popular Vote.—Grant, 3,015,071—26 States; Seymour, 2,709,613—8 States.

Republican. 1864. Democrat.

Abraham Lincoln, 111., 212 Geo. B. McClellan, N. J., 2t

Andrew Johnson, Tenn., 212 Geo. H. Pendleton, Ohio, 21

Total electoral vote, 314; not voting, 11 States in rebellion.

Popular Vote.—Lincoln, 2,216,067—22 States; McClellan, 1,808,725— 3 States.

RtpublUan. I<S». Dtmoerat

Abraham Lincoln, I1L, rt» fMptun A. Douglas, 111., M

Hannibal Hamlin M.*., it* H. V. Jobnsan, 0a., ifl

Jno. C. Breckinridga, Ky., 73
J. Lane, Oregon, 72

Constitutional Union.

John Bell, Tenn., 39
Edward Everett, Mass., 39

Total electoral vote, 303; 33 States.

Popular Vote.—Lincoln, 1,866,352—17 States, N.J. divided; Douglas, 1,375,157— 1 State, N. J., divided; Breckinridge, 845,763—II States; Bell, 589,581—3 States.

Democrat. 1856. Republican.

James Buchanan, Pa., 174 Jno. C. Fremont, Cal., 114

Jno. C. Breckinridge, Ky., 174 William L. Dayton, N. V., 114

American.
Millard Fillmore, N. Y., 8
A. J. Donelson, Tenn., 8
Total electoral vote, 296; 31 States.

Popular Vote.—Buchanan, 1,838,169—19 States; Fremont, 1,341,264— II Str.tes; Fillmore, 874,534—I State.

Democrat. 1852. Whig.

Franklin Pearce, N. H., 254 Winfield Scott, Va., 42

William R. King, Ala., 254 Wm. A. Graham, N. C, 4a

Total electoral vote, 296; 31 States.

Popular Vots.—Pearce, 1,601,474—27 Stataa; Scott, 1486,578—4 States; Hale, 156,149.

Whig. 1848. Democrat.

Zachary Taylor, La., 163 Lewis Cass, Mioh., 127

Millard Fillmore, N. Y., 163 Wm. O. Butler, Ky., 127

Total electoral vote, 290; 30 States.

Popular Vote.—Taylor, 1,360,101—15 States; Cass, 1,220,544—15 States; Van Buren, N. Y., Free-soil Dem., 291,263.

Democrat. 1844. Whig.

James K. Polk, Tenn., 170 Henry Clay, Ky., 105

George M. Dallas, Pa., 170 Theo. Frelinghuysen, N. J., 105

Total electoral vote, 275; 26 States.

Popular Vote —Polk, 1,337,243—15 States; Clay, 1,299,068—11 States; Birney, 62,300.

Whig. 184*. Democrat.

William Henry Harrison, Ohio, 234 Martin Van Buren, N. Y., Co

John Tyler, Va., 234 R. M. Johnson, Ky., 48

Total electoral vote, 294 j 26 States.

Popular Vote.—Harrison, 1,275,017—19 States; Van Buren, 1,128,702 —7 States; Birney, 7,059.

Democrat. 1836. Whig.

Martin Van Buren, N. Y., 170 Wm. H. Harrison, O., 73

R. M. Johnson, Ky., 147 F. Granger, N. Y., 77

Total electoral vote, 294; 26 States.

Popular Vote.—Van Buren, 761,549—15 States; Harrison, 7 States; White, 2 States; Webster, 1 State; Mangum, I State—236,656 votes.

Democrat. 1832. Nat. Republican.

Andrew Jackson, Tenn., 219 Henry Clay, Ky., 49

Martin Van Buren, N. Y., 189 J. Sergeant, Pa., 49

Anti-Mason. William Wirt, Va., 7 Amos Ellmaker, Pa., 7 Total electoral vote, 288.

Popular Vote.—Andrew Jackson, 687,502; Henry Clay, 530,189; William Wirt, 33,108.

Democrat. 1828. Nat. Republican.

Andrew Jackson, Tenn., 178 Jno. Q. Adams, Mass., 83

Jno. C. Calhoun, S. C, 171 Richard Rush, Pa., 83

Total electoral vote, 261.

From the time of the disputed election, which resulted in the choice of John Adams, the popular vote began to be regarded as of importance.

Popular Vote.—Jackson, 647,231—States, 15; Adams, 509,097—States. 9

Republican.

1824. Andrew Jackson, Term., 99'

For President.

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