How Nebraska has voted for president in past elections
As the presidential race heats up toward Election Day, we take a look at how Nebraska has voted in past presidential elections. Over the past five presidential elections, the state has been …
United States presidential elections in Nebraska – Wikipedia
Following is a table of United States presidential elections in Nebraska, ordered by year.Since its admission to statehood in 1867, Nebraska has participated in every U.S. presidential election. Since 1992 Nebraska has split its electoral votes between congressional districts.
Nebraska Presidential Election Voting History
Nebraska entered the Union in March 1867, 13 years after it became a territory under the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the first state admitted after the end of the Civil War. The state is strongly Republican in presidential elections – it last voted Democratic in 1964.
Presidential election in Nebraska, 2020 – Ballotpedia
Presidential election voting record in Nebraska, 1900-2016. Between 1900 and 2016: Nebraska participated in 30 presidential elections. Nebraska voted for the winning presidential candidate 66.67 percent of the time. The average accuracy of voting for winning presidential candidates for all 50 states in this time frame was 72.31 percent.
How many electoral votes does Nebraska have?
In other words, the number of electoral votes Nebraska has depends on how many Representatives Nebraska has in Washington, D.C. The number of Senators Nebraska has does not change, but the number of Nebraska congressional districts is based on the last census. Like every other state, Nebraska has 2 Senators.
Historical U.S. Presidential Elections 1789-2016
Through 2016, there have been 58 presidential elections. This page links to the results of those historical elections, including a larger map, results and synopsis of the race. An interactive version of each map is also available, letting you change history.
Early Voting | Nebraska Secretary of State
You can vote early in-person at your county election office for a period prior to an election (30 days prior to a primary or general election and 15 days for all other elections). The day before the election is the last day to vote early in person. Links. View the Nebraska Early-Voting Application.
United States presidential elections in Iowa – Wikipedia
Presidential elections in Iowa; No. of elections: 43: Voted Democratic: 14: Voted Republican: 29: Voted other: 0: Voted for winning candidate: 32: Voted for losing candidate: 11: Following is a table of United States presidential elections in Iowa, ordered by year. Since its admission to statehood in 1846, Iowa has participated in every U.S …
Georgia Presidential Election Voting History
In 1968, Georgia voted for Independent George Wallace in an election that marked the last time a third-party candidate received any electoral votes. Georgia has been reliably Republican since 1972, except when a southern Democrat was on the ticket – Georgians sided with native son Jimmy Carter in 1976 and 1980 and Bill Clinton in 1992.
Colorado Presidential Election Voting History
After voting primarily Republican from 1920-2004, the state has voted with the Democrats in the last three presidential elections, including Hillary Clinton’s five-point margin in 2016. That election saw one of Colorado’s electors attempt to vote for John Kasich. That vote was disallowed and the elector was replaced.