United States presidential election in Oregon, 1964 Article

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United States presidential election in Oregon, 1964

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Nominee Lyndon B. Johnson Barry Goldwater
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Texas Arizona
Running mate Hubert Humphrey William E. Miller
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 501,017 282,779
Percentage 63.7% 35.9%

President before election

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

Elected President

Lyndon B. Johnson
Democratic

The 1964 United States presidential election in Oregon took place on November 3, 1964, as part of the 1964 United States presidential election. Oregon voters chose six [2] representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Oregon was won by incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson ( DTexas), with 63.72 percent of the popular vote, against Senator Barry Goldwater ( RArizona), with 35.96 percent of the popular vote. [3] [4] As of the 2016 presidential election, this is the last election in which the following counties voted for a Democratic presidential candidate: Douglas, Klamath, Lake, Harney, Wallowa, Union, Baker, Umatilla, Grant, Sherman, Polk and Yamhill. [5]

Results

United States presidential election in Oregon, 1964
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson ( inc.) 501,017 63.72%
Republican Barry Goldwater 282,779 35.96%
Write-in 2,509 0.32%
Total votes 786,305 100%

Results by county

Lyndon Baines Johnson
Democratic
Barry Morris Goldwater
Republican
Various candidates
Write-ins
Margin Total votes cast
County # % # % # % # % #
Baker 3,903 59.27% 2,670 40.55% 12 0.18% 1,233 18.72% 6,585
Benton 8,971 54.42% 7,250 43.98% 265 1.61% 1,721 10.44% 16,486
Clackamas 35,711 62.60% 21,299 37.34% 33 0.06% 14,412 25.27% 57,043
Clatsop 8,371 67.44% 4,023 32.41% 19 0.15% 4,348 35.03% 12,413
Columbia 7,728 75.26% 2,489 24.24% 51 0.50% 5,239 51.02% 10,268
Coos 16,109 76.17% 5,032 23.79% 8 0.04% 11,077 52.38% 21,149
Crook 2,419 67.46% 1,161 32.38% 6 0.17% 1,258 35.08% 3,586
Curry 3,195 68.18% 1,467 31.31% 24 0.51% 1,728 36.88% 4,686
Deschutes 6,947 68.82% 3,148 31.18% 3,799 37.63% 10,095
Douglas 15,909 61.86% 9,806 38.13% 2 0.01% 6,103 23.73% 25,717
Gilliam 775 63.52% 442 36.23% 3 0.25% 333 27.30% 1,220
Grant 1,877 61.91% 1,149 37.90% 6 0.20% 728 24.01% 3,032
Harney 1,577 57.16% 1,172 42.48% 10 0.36% 405 14.68% 2,759
Hood River 3,564 65.13% 1,786 32.64% 122 2.23% 1,778 32.49% 5,472
Jackson 19,486 57.17% 14,598 42.83% 4,888 14.34% 34,084
Jefferson 1,739 59.19% 1,197 40.74% 2 0.07% 542 18.45% 2,938
Josephine 6,857 49.68% 6,918 50.13% 26 0.19% -61 -0.44% 13,801
Klamath 9,066 51.51% 8,530 48.47% 3 0.02% 536 3.05% 17,599
Lake 1,419 52.11% 1,304 47.89% 115 4.22% 2,723
Lane 49,785 67.10% 24,139 32.53% 276 0.37% 25,646 34.56% 74,200
Lincoln 7,101 68.79% 3,200 31.00% 22 0.21% 3,901 37.79% 10,323
Linn 14,926 64.04% 8,382 35.96% 6,544 28.08% 23,308
Malheur 3,798 47.58% 4,177 52.32% 8 0.10% -379 -4.75% 7,983
Marion 32,091 62.67% 18,897 36.90% 221 0.43% 13,194 25.77% 51,209
Morrow 1,470 70.10% 627 29.90% 843 40.20% 2,097
Multnomah 161,040 66.07% 81,683 33.51% 1,016 0.42% 79,357 32.56% 243,739
Polk 7,292 62.71% 4,319 37.14% 18 0.15% 2,973 25.57% 11,629
Sherman 859 63.49% 494 36.51% 365 26.98% 1,353
Tillamook 5,246 69.27% 2,318 30.61% 9 0.12% 2,928 38.66% 7,573
Umatilla 10,689 63.40% 6,138 36.41% 32 0.19% 4,551 26.99% 16,859
Union 4,929 65.82% 2,553 34.09% 7 0.09% 2,376 31.73% 7,489
Wallowa 1,790 62.85% 1,055 37.04% 3 0.11% 735 25.81% 2,848
Wasco 5,890 68.51% 2,695 31.35% 12 0.14% 3,195 37.16% 8,597
Washington 29,081 57.95% 20,813 41.48% 287 0.57% 8,268 16.48% 50,181
Wheeler 458 57.39% 340 42.61% 118 14.79% 798
Yamhill 8,949 61.88% 5,508 38.08% 6 0.04% 3,441 23.79% 14,463
Totals 501,017 63.72% 282,779 35.96% 2,509 0.32% 218,238 27.75% 786,305

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1964 - Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  2. ^ "1964 Election for the Forty-Fifth Term (1965-69)". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  3. ^ "1964 Presidential General Election Results – Oregon". Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  4. ^ "The American Presidency Project - Election of 1964". Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  5. ^ Sullivan, Robert David; ‘How the Red and Blue Map Evolved Over the Past Century’; America Magazine in The National Catholic Review; June 29, 2016