1812 United States presidential election in South Carolina

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1812 United States presidential election in South Carolina
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  1808 October 30 – December 2, 1812 1816  
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Nominee James Madison
Party Democratic-Republican
Home state Virginia
Running mate Elbridge Gerry
Electoral vote11
Percentage100%

President before election

James Madison
Democratic-Republican

Elected President

James Madison
Democratic-Republican

The 1812 United States presidential election in South Carolina took place between October 30 and December 2, 1812, as part of the 1812 United States presidential election. The state legislature chose 11 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for President and Vice President.

During this election, South Carolina cast its 11 electoral votes to Democratic Republican candidate and incumbent President James Madison.

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