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UNITED STATES

POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1896 Popular Vote Electoral States and Territories V OTE Br3'an, McKin- Palmer, Lever- Bent- Matchett, Pluralities Bryan, McKin- Dem. ley, Kep. N.Dem. ing, Pro. ley, Nat. Soc. L. Dem. ley,Rep. Alabama . . 180,307 54,737 6,462 2,147

75,570 B 11 Arkansas . . 110,103 37,512 839 893 72,591 B 8

California . . 143,373 146,170 2,006 2,573 1,047 1,611 2,797 McK 1 8 Colorado . . 161,15:3 26,271 1 1,717 386 159 134,882 B 4

Connecticut . 56,740 110,285 4,334 1,808 1,223 5;3,545 McK — 6 Delaware . . 13,424 16,804 877 355 3.680 McK , — 3 Florida . . 32,736 11,288 654 1,778 21,448 B 4 Georgia . . 94,232 60,091 2,708 5,613 34,141 B 13

Idaho . . . 23,192 6,824

179

16,868 B 3

Illinois. . . 464,632 607,13il 6,890 9,796 793 1,147 142,498 McK — 24 Indiana , . 305,573 328,754 2,145 3,056 2,267 324 18,181 McK — 15 Iowa . . . 223,741 289,298 4,516 3,192 352 453 65,552 McK — 18 Kansas . . 171,810 159,541 1,209 1,921 630 12,269 B 10 — Kentucky 217,890 218,171 5,114 4,781 ^— 281 McK 1 12 Louisiana. . 77,175 22,037 1,834

55,138 B 8

Maine . . . 34,6SS 80,465 1,870 1,570

45,777 McK — 6 Marj'land . . 104,735 186,959 2,507 5,918 136 587 32,224 McK — 8 Massachusetts 105,711 278,976 11,749 2,998 2,114 173,265 McK — 15 Michigan . . 236,714 293,582 6,879 5,025 1,995 297 56,868 McK — 14 Minnesota . 139,620 193,501 3,202 4,843 867 53,875 McK — 9 Mississippi . 68,859 5,130 1,071 485 58,729 B 9 — Missouri . . 368,667 304,940 2,355 2,169 293 596 58,727 B 17 — Montana . . 42,537 10,494 186 32,043 B 3 — Nebraska . . 115,880 102,304 2,885 1,198 797 186 13,576 B 8 — Nevada . . 8,377 1,938 6,439 B 3 — N. Hampshire 21,650 57,444 3,520 779 49 228 85,794 McK — 4 New Jersey . 133,675 221,867 6,873 5,614 8,985 87,692 McK — 10 New York . 551,369 819,888 18,950 16,052 17,667 268,469 McK — 36 North Carolina 174,488 155,222 578 675 � 247 19,266 B 11

North Dakota 20,686 26,335 358

5,649 McK — 8 Ohio . . . 477,494 525,991 1,857 5,068 2,716 1,167 47,497 McK — 23 Oregon . . 46,662 48,779 977 919

2,117 McK — 4 Pennsylvania 433,228 728,300 11,000 19,274 870 1,683 295,072 McK — 32 Rhode Island 14,459 37,437 1,166 1,160 5 558 22,978 McK — 4 South Carolina 58,798 9,281 828

49,517 B 9 — South Dakota 41,225 41,042 685

183 B 4 — Tennessee . 166,268 148,773 1,951 3,098 17,495 B 12 — Texas . . . 370,484 167,520 5,046 1,786 202,914 B 15 — Utah . . . 64,517 13,484 21

51,033 B 3 — Vermont . . 10,687 51,127 1,331 733

40,490 McK — 4 Virginia . . 154,709 135,868 2,129 2,350

108 19,341 B 12 — Washington . 51,646 39,153 1,668 968 148 12,493 B 4 — West Virginia 92,927 104,414 677 1,203

11,487 McK — 6 Wisconsin 165,523 268,135 4,584 7,509 346 1,314 102,612 McK — 12 Wyoming Total . . 10,655 10,072 136

583 B 8 — 6,502,925 7,104,779 133,424 182,007 13,969 36,274

176 271

POPULIST VOTE FOR BRYAN AND WATSON The Populist vote in 1896 was divided between the Bryan and Sewall Democratic ticket and the Bryan and Watson Populist ticket. A major- ity of the Populists voted for the former, and their votes are merged in the aggregate. The following is a statement of the Populist popular vote for Bryan and Watson :

Alabama . . 24,059 California . . 21,744 Colorado . 2,389 Florida . . . 2,053 Illinois . . . 1,090

Kansas . . 46,194 Maine . . . 2,487 Massachu.setts 15,181 Mississippi . . 7,517 Nevada . . . 575

New Hampshire 379 Ohio. , . . 26,015 Pennsylvania 11,174 Tennessee . 4,525 Texas . . . 79,572

Vermont . Wyoming Total .

458 286

246,728