1884 United States presidential election in California

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1884 United States presidential election in California
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  1880 November 4, 1884 1888  
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Nominee James G. Blaine Grover Cleveland
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Maine New York
Running mate John A. Logan Thomas A. Hendricks
Electoral vote80
Popular vote102,36989,288
Percentage51.97%45.33%

President before election

Chester A. Arthur
Republican

Elected President

Grover Cleveland
Democratic

The 1884 United States presidential election in California was held on November 4, 1884 as part of the 1884 United States presidential election. State voters chose eight representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president. .

Contents

California voted for the Republican nominee, former Secretary of State James G. Blaine, by a comfortable margin, over the Democratic nominee, New York Governor Grover Cleveland.

Results

1884 United States presidential election in California [1]
PartyCandidateVotesPercentageElectoral votes
Republican James G. Blaine 102,36951.97%8
Democratic Grover Cleveland 89,28845.33%0
Prohibition John St. John 2,9651.51%0
Greenback Benjamin Butler 2,0371.03%0
No party Write-ins 3290.17%0
Invalid or blank votes
Totals251,339100.00%8
Voter turnout

Results by county

County James Gillespie Blaine [2]
Republican
Stephen Grover Cleveland [2]
Democratic
Various candidates [2]
Other parties
Margin
%#%#%#%#
Sierra 65.12%1,06433.90%5540.98%1631.21%510
Sacramento 60.15%4,36736.63%2,6593.22%23423.53%1,708
Alameda 60.26%7,47138.18%4,7341.56%19322.08%2,737
Alpine 60.87%5639.13%360.00%021.74%20
Mono 58.57%59837.32%3814.11%4221.25%217
Humboldt 53.89%2,18435.78%1,45010.34%41918.11%734
San Diego 57.00%1,12040.71%8002.29%4516.28%320
Contra Costa 55.86%1,49641.60%1,1142.54%6814.26%382
Nevada 56.13%2,36842.45%1,7911.42%6013.68%577
Plumas 55.84%71243.45%5540.71%912.39%158
Napa 55.37%1,59343.66%1,2560.97%2811.71%337
San Mateo 55.33%95043.68%7500.99%1711.65%200
San Bernardino 54.37%1,61743.31%1,2882.32%6911.06%329
Ventura 53.96%74943.44%6032.59%3610.52%146
Santa Cruz 53.69%1,66743.96%1,3652.35%739.73%302
Inyo 53.41%34543.81%2832.79%189.60%62
Santa Clara 52.91%3,84043.70%3,1723.39%2469.20%668
Solano 53.61%2,38244.50%1,9771.89%849.12%405
San Francisco 53.46%25,50944.43%21,2022.11%1,0089.03%4,307
Tuolumne 53.20%1,04044.50%8702.30%458.70%170
Los Angeles 51.67%5,59543.24%4,6835.09%5518.42%912
Placer 52.89%1,74944.84%1,4832.27%758.04%266
Santa Barbara 50.92%1,24343.02%1,0506.06%1487.91%193
Marin 53.62%85145.81%7270.57%97.81%124
Yuba 52.55%1,21445.32%1,0472.12%497.23%167
San Luis Obispo 51.44%1,23344.60%1,0693.96%956.84%164
Shasta 51.54%1,17345.78%1,0422.68%615.76%131
Calaveras 51.53%1,24948.02%1,1640.45%113.51%85
Monterey 50.72%1,47647.46%1,3811.82%533.26%95
San Joaquin 50.32%3,07947.36%2,8982.32%1422.96%181
Sutter 48.60%67545.72%6355.69%792.88%40
Del Norte 49.84%31047.27%2942.89%182.57%16
Trinity 50.29%43548.32%4181.39%121.97%17
Sonoma 49.42%3,04447.79%2,9442.79%1721.62%100
Butte 49.06%2,17247.84%2,1183.09%1371.22%54
Yolo 48.74%1,41249.05%1,4212.21%64-0.31%-9
Amador 47.72%1,31749.20%1,3583.08%85-1.49%-41
Tehama 47.80%1,07550.96%1,1461.24%28-3.16%-71
Lassen 46.77%38450.55%4152.68%22-3.78%-31
El Dorado 45.47%1,28951.82%1,4692.72%77-6.35%-180
San Benito 44.88%57451.99%6653.13%40-7.11%-91
Siskiyou 45.58%88653.29%1,0361.13%22-7.72%-150
Merced 45.47%80953.57%9530.96%17-8.09%-144
Mendocino 43.71%1,31752.74%1,5893.55%107-9.03%-272
Modoc 42.60%47854.28%6093.12%35-11.68%-131
Fresno 41.89%1,31454.32%1,7043.79%119-12.43%-390
Mariposa 42.74%47455.73%6181.53%17-12.98%-144
Tulare 40.15%1,26853.55%1,6916.30%199-13.39%-423
Kern 42.02%59856.08%7981.90%27-14.05%-200
Lake 42.27%58857.37%7980.36%5-15.10%-210
Stanislaus 39.49%97957.44%1,4243.07%76-17.95%-445
Colusa 35.46%1,02862.16%1,8022.38%69-26.70%-774

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References

  1. "1884 Presidential General Election Results – California". Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 2008-08-25.
  2. 1 2 3 Géoelections; Presidential election of 1884 Popular Vote (.xlsx file for €15)