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1968 Presidential Results
61.6% in 1964

Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

Republican Party

on the ballot in 51 states

Democratic Party

on the ballot in 51 states

American Independent Party

on the ballot in 50 states
ex-VP / '60 nominee Richard M. Nixon
Gov. Sprio T. Agnew
(31,710,470 votes for 43.42%)
VP Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr.
U.S. Sen. Edmund S. Muskie
(31,209,677 votes for 42.72%)
Gov. George Wallace
Curtis E. LeMay / S. Marvin Griffin
(9,880,530 votes for 13.53%)

Peace and Freedom Party

on the ballot in 12 states

Socialist Labor Party

on the ballot in 13 states
Socialist Workers Fist
Socialist Workers Party

on the ballot in 20 states
Eldridge Cleaver
Dr. Douglas F. Dowd
(74,014 votes for 0.1%)
'64 VP nominee Henning A. Blomen
George S. Taylor
(55,591 votes for 0.07%)
Fred Halstead
Paul Boutelle
(38,011 votes for 0.05%)

Prohibition Party

on the ballot in 9 states

New Party

on the ballot on 7 states

Independent Party

on the ballot in Alabama
'64 nominee E. Harold Munn, Sr.
Rolland E. Fisher
(15,123 votes for 0.02%)
U.S. Sen. Eugene McCarthy
(13,576 votes for 0.2%)
(10,960 votes for 0.0%)

People's Constitution Party

on the ballot in New Mexico
Communist Party's Hammer and Sickle
Communist Party

on the ballot in MN & OH

Freedom & Peace Party

on the ballot in Washington
Ventura Chavez
Adelicio Moya
(1,519 votes for 0.0%)
Charlene Mitchell
Gus Hall
(1,075 votes for 0.0%)
Dick Gregory
Mark Lane(377 votes of 0.0%)

Universal Party

on the ballot in Iowa

Constitution Party

on the ballot in North Dakota

Theocratic Party
James Hensley
(142 votes for 0.0%)
Richard K. Troxell
(34 votes for 0.0%)
William R. "Bill" Rogers

write ins: (2,008 votes for 0.0%) Others: (359,843 votes for 0.5%)

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