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United States presidential election in Nebraska, 2004

United States presidential election in Nebraska, 2004

November 2, 2004

 
Nominee George W. Bush John Kerry
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Texas Massachusetts
Running mate Dick Cheney John Edwards
Electoral vote 5 0
Popular vote 512,814 254,328

County Results
  Kerry—50-60%
  Bush—50-60%
  Bush—60-70%
  Bush—70-80%
  Bush—80-90%
  Bush—>90%

President before election

George W. Bush
Republican

Elected President

George W. Bush
Republican

The 2004 United States presidential election in Nebraska took place on November 2, 2004 throughout all 50 states and D.C., which was part of the 2004 United States presidential election. Voters chose 5 electors to the Electoral College, who voted for President and Vice President. However, this state is one of the two states of the U.S. that, instead of giving all of its electors to the winner based on its statewide results, just two of them vote based on the statewide results, and the others vote based on their individual congressional district results.

John F. Kerry. Bush who carried the state in 2000 increased his margin of victory, from 29% (2000) to 33% in 2004. Bush carried every congressional district, and all but one county (Thurston County) which Kerry won with barely 50.8% (see table below).

Contents

  • Primaries & Caucuses 1
  • Results 2
    • Statewide 2.1
    • Congressional District 2.2
  • Results Breakdown 3
    • By county 3.1
  • References 4
  • See also 5

Primaries & Caucuses

Results

Statewide

Presidential Candidate Running Mate Party Electoral Vote (EV) Popular Vote (PV)
Texas Richard Cheney of Wyoming Republican 5 512,814 65.90%
John Kerry of Massachusetts John Edwards of North Carolina Democrat 0 254,328 32.68%
Ralph Nader of Connecticut Peter Camejo of California Reform 0 5,698 0.73%
Michael Badnarik of Texas Richard Campagna of Iowa Libertarian 0 2,041 0.26%
Others - - 0 3,305 0.42%

Congressional District

Bush won all three congressional districts.[1]
District Bush Kerry Representative
1st 63% 36% Doug Bereuter
Jeff Fortenberry
2nd 60% 38% Lee Terry
3rd 75% 24% Tom Osborne

Results Breakdown

By county

County John F. Kerry George W. Bush Others
Adams 28.5% 3,791 69.5% 9,233 2.0% 262
Antelope 17.9% 613 80.6% 2,761 1.5% 50
Arthur 9.0% 24 90.2% 240 0.8% 2
Banner 12.8% 56 86.7% 379 0.5% 2
Blaine 11.2% 38 88.8% 301 0.0% 0
Boone 18.9% 546 79.8% 2,309 1.4% 40
Box Butte 32.2% 1,657 65.9% 3,396 1.9% 99
Boyd 19.9% 228 79.4% 911 0.8% 9
Brown 15.5% 268 82.3% 1,426 2.3% 39
Buffalo 22.0% 4,100 76.4% 14,222 1.5% 286
Burt 34.7% 1,272 64.0% 2,349 1.3% 47
Butler 25.6% 1,068 72.4% 3,016 2.0% 84
Cass 31.4% 3,619 67.3% 7,763 1.3% 147
Cedar 23.9% 1,083 74.7% 3,387 1.5% 66
Chase 15.3% 302 83.7% 1,652 1.0% 19
Cherry 15.9% 483 82.5% 2,509 1.6% 50
Cheyenne 18.8% 893 79.9% 3,791 1.3% 62
Clay 22.3% 743 76.2% 2,543 1.5% 51
Colfax 27.3% 990 71.3% 2,589 1.5% 54
Cuming 22.2% 966 76.6% 3,330 1.2% 53
Custer 18.5% 1,040 80.5% 4,518 1.0% 54
Dakota 45.8% 3,027 53.3% 3,526 0.9% 62
Dawes 28.0% 1,119 70.3% 2,809 1.7% 66
Dawson 21.7% 1,728 77.3% 6,149 1.0% 79
Deuel 21.1% 222 77.9% 820 1.0% 11
Dixon 31.2% 938 67.4% 2,028 1.4% 43
Dodge 32.5% 5,250 66.3% 10,716 1.3% 206
Douglas 40.2% 83,330 58.3% 120,813 1.4% 2,928
Dundy 17.7% 186 81.5% 858 0.9% 9
Fillmore 25.9% 828 72.5% 2,314 1.6% 51
Franklin 24.0% 412 74.5% 1,277 1.5% 25
Frontier 18.7% 275 79.1% 1,160 2.2% 32
Furnas 19.9% 492 79.0% 1,950 1.0% 25
Gage 35.2% 3,655 63.3% 6,575 1.5% 154
Garden 17.0% 201 82.0% 970 1.0% 12
Garfield 19.3% 196 79.3% 806 1.5% 15
Gosper 19.8% 222 79.5% 890 0.6% 7
Grant 10.4% 41 88.9% 352 0.8% 3
Greeley 28.9% 361 69.3% 865 1.8% 22
Hall 29.4% 6,228 69.0% 14,592 1.6% 334
Hamilton 20.8% 1,012 77.8% 3,785 1.4% 69
Harlan 21.0% 398 77.3% 1,467 1.7% 32
Hayes 11.0% 66 87.6% 524 1.3% 8
Hitchcock 19.9% 296 78.8% 1,171 1.3% 19
Holt 17.3% 894 81.5% 4,217 1.2% 63
Hooker 13.9% 64 85.0% 392 1.1% 5
Howard 30.2% 900 67.8% 2,020 2.0% 59
Jefferson 33.7% 1,352 64.8% 2,600 1.5% 59
Johnson 37.0% 885 61.4% 1,470 1.6% 39
Kearney 20.9% 707 77.6% 2,621 1.5% 51
Keith 18.0% 743 81.1% 3,356 0.9% 38
Keya Paha 17.9% 98 80.5% 442 1.6% 9
Kimball 19.5% 366 79.4% 1,491 1.1% 20
Knox 25.8% 1,086 72.7% 3,062 1.5% 65
Lancaster 42.4% 52,747 56.0% 69,764 1.6% 1,998
Lincoln 30.3% 4,905 68.3% 11,056 1.5% 238
Logan 15.6% 67 83.2% 357 1.2% 5
Loup 17.6% 68 81.3% 314 1.0% 4
Madison 20.8% 2,934 77.9% 10,981 1.2% 174
McPherson 15.7% 49 83.0% 259 1.3% 4
Merrick 22.8% 833 75.8% 2,771 1.4% 53
Morrill 21.6% 495 76.5% 1,755 1.9% 43
Nance 26.5% 459 71.5% 1,237 2.0% 35
Nemaha 28.7% 1,066 69.9% 2,595 1.5% 54
Nuckolls 21.9% 541 76.2% 1,884 1.9% 46
Otoe 30.8% 2,275 67.9% 5,018 1.3% 93
Pawnee 32.4% 481 66.5% 986 1.1% 16
Perkins 16.8% 262 82.5% 1,285 0.7% 11
Phelps 17.5% 830 81.6% 3,872 0.9% 41
Pierce 16.1% 546 83.1% 2,824 0.8% 28
Platte 19.0% 2,657 79.6% 11,130 1.4% 200
Polk 20.1% 549 78.7% 2,146 1.2% 32
Red Willow 20.1% 1,055 78.5% 4,129 1.4% 74
Richardson 30.3% 1,297 68.3% 2,924 1.3% 57
Rock 14.7% 130 83.8% 740 1.5% 13
Saline 43.5% 2,420 55.2% 3,071 1.3% 75
Sarpy 29.9% 17,455 68.9% 40,163 1.2% 716
Saunders 30.4% 2,884 67.9% 6,441 1.7% 164
Scotts Bluff 26.7% 3,843 72.1% 10,378 1.2% 169
Seward 27.9% 2,114 70.8% 5,353 1.3% 98
Sheridan 16.5% 430 82.2% 2,136 1.3% 33
Sherman 32.9% 541 65.2% 1,072 1.8% 30
Sioux 15.2% 123 83.7% 677 1.1% 9
Stanton 20.4% 559 78.7% 2,159 1.0% 27
Thayer 26.5% 764 72.1% 2,075 1.4% 39
Thomas 13.5% 60 85.1% 378 1.4% 6
Thurston 50.8% 1,212 48.3% 1,154 0.9% 21
Valley 23.6% 564 75.3% 1,801 1.1% 26
Washington 27.7% 2,754 71.2% 7,083 1.1% 113
Wayne 25.9% 1,059 72.7% 2,971 1.3% 55
Webster 27.8% 557 70.1% 1,403 2.1% 42
Wheeler 17.9% 81 80.8% 366 1.3% 6
York 19.2% 1,304 79.3% 5,393 1.5% 100

References

  1. ^ http://www.swingstateproject.com/diary/4161/

See also

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