What were the election results in 2004?

June 26, 2019 Off By idswater

What were the election results in 2004?

2004 Electoral College Results

President George W. Bush [R]
Main Opponent John F. Kerry [D]
Electoral Vote Winner: 286 Total/Majority: 538/270
Vice President Richard B. Cheney (286)
V.P. Opponent: John Edwards (252)

What happened in the election of 2008?

The 2008 United States elections were held on November 4. Democratic Senator Barack Obama of Illinois won the presidential election, and Democrats bolstered their majority in both Houses of Congress. Obama won the general election with 52.9 percent of the popular vote and 365 of the 538 electoral votes.

What was the vote count in 2008?

2008 United States presidential election

Running mate Joe Biden Sarah Palin
Electoral vote 365 173
States carried 28 + DC + NE-02 22
Popular vote 69,498,516 59,948,323
Percentage 52.9% 45.7%

How did New York vote in 2004?

New York was won by Democratic nominee John Kerry with an 18.3% margin of victory. Kerry took 58.37% of the vote to Bush’s 40.08%.

Who won 2004 election in India?

2004 Indian general election

Leader Sonia Gandhi Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Party INC BJP
Alliance UPA NDA
Leader since 19 March 1998 16 May 1996
Leader’s seat Raebareli Lucknow

How many voted in 2004 presidential election?

3 The overall number of people who voted in the November 2004 election was 126 million, a record high for a presidential election year. Voter turnout increased by 15 million voters from the election in 2000.

How many electoral votes did New York have in 2008?

Results

2008 United States presidential election in New York
Party Candidate Electoral votes
Democratic Barack Obama
Working Families Barack Obama
Total Barack Obama 31

How many seats did BJP won in 2004?

2004 Indian general election

Party INC BJP
Alliance UPA NDA
Leader since 19 March 1998 16 May 1996
Leader’s seat Raebareli Lucknow
Last election 28.30%, 114 seats 23.75%, 182 seats