Ballot Access News: 2012 Presidential Vote Total by State by Candidate

From the December 2012 Ballot Access News:

2012 PRESIDENTIAL VOTE
(updated 1/1/13)

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Obama

Romney

Johnson

Stein

Goode

Barr

Anderson

Hoefling

P.S.L

Alabama

795,696

1,254,925

12,328

3,397

2,981

5

8

?

?

Alaska

122,640

164,676

7,392

2,917

?

?

?

?

?

Arizona

1,025,232

1,233,654

32,100

7,816

289

?

119

?

?

Arkansas

394,409

647,744

16,276

9,305

0

0

0

0

0

Calif.

7,854,285

4,839,958

143,221

85,638

503

53,824

992

38,372

1,734

Colorado

1,322,998

1,185,050

35,540

7,508

6,233

5,055

1,262

679

316

Conn.

905,083

634,892

12,340

863

?

?

4,971

?

?

Del.

242,584

165,484

3,882

1,940

23

?

?

?

?

D.C.

267,070

21,381

2,083

2,458

?

?

?

?

?

Florida

4,237,756

4,163,447

44,726

8,947

2,607

8,154

1,754

946

322

Georgia

1,773,827

2,078,688

45,324

1,516

432

?

154

?

?

Hawaii

306,658

121,015

3,840

3,184

0

0

0

0

0

Idaho

212,787

420,911

9,453

4,402

2,222

?

2,499

?

?

Illinois

3,019,512

2,135,216

56,229

30,222

415

?

185

?

?

Indiana

1,152,887

1,420,543

50,111

625

290

?

?

35

?

Iowa

822,544

730,617

12,926

3,769

3,038

?

?

?

371

Kansas

440,726

692,634

20,456

714

187

58

95

?

?

Kentucky

679,370

1,087,190

17,063

6,337

245

?

60

?

?

Louisiana

809,141

1,152,262

18,157

6,978

2,508

0

1,368

?

622

Maine

401,306

292,276

9,352

8,119

?

?

62

?

?

Maryland

1,677,844

971,869

30,195

17,110

418

64

204

?

?

Mass.

1,921,290

1,188,314

30,920

20,691

?

?

?

?

?

Michigan

2,564,569

2,115,256

7,774

21,897

16,119

?

5,147

42

?

Minn.

1,546,167

1,320,225

35,098

13,023

3,722

46

1,996

?

397

Miss.

562,949

710,746

6,676

1,588

2,609

?

?

?

?

Missouri

1,223,796

1,482,440

43,151

?

7,936

?

?

?

?

Montana

201,839

267,928

14,165

?

39

6

59

5

?

Nebraska

302,081

475,064

11,109

?

?

?

?

?

?

Nevada

531,373

463,567

10,968

0

3,240

0

0

0

0

N. Hamp.

369,561

329,918

8,212

324

708

?

?

?

?

N. Jersey

2,122,786

1,478,088

21,035

9,886

2,063

?

1,723

?

445

N. Mex.

415,335

335,788

27,788

2,691

982

0

1,174

0

0

N. York

4,471,871

2,485,432

47,092

37,826

6,270

?

212

34

2,039

No. Car.

2,178,391

2,270,395

44,515

?

534

?

?

?

?

No. Dak.

124,966

188,320

5,238

1,362

1,186

?

?

?

?

Ohio

2,827,621

2,661,407

49,493

18,574

8,151

?

?

?

?

Okla.

443,547

891,325

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon

970,488

754,175

24,089

19,427

?

?

3,384

?

?

Penn.

2,990,274

2,680,434

49,991

21,341

?

?

?

?

?

R.I.

279,677

157,204

4,388

2,421

430

?

416

?

132

S.Car.

865,941

1,071,645

16,321

5,446

4,765

0

0

0

0

S.Dak.

145,039

210,610

5,795

0

2,371

0

0

0

0

Tenn.

960,709

1,462,330

18,623

6,515

6,022

?

2,639

?

?

Texas

3,308,124

4,569,843

88,580

24,657

1,287

?

426

?

?

Utah

251,813

740,600

12,572

3,817

2,871

18

5,335

?

393

Vermont

199,239

92,698

3,487

?

?

?

1,128

?

695

Virginia

1,971,820

1,822,522

31,216

8,627

13,058

?

76

?

?

Wash.

1,755,396

1,290,670

42,202

20,928

8,851

?

4,946

?

1,318

W.Va.

238,269

417,655

6,302

4,406

119

31

12

?

?

Wisc.

1,620,985

1,410,966

20,439

7,665

4,930

88

112

?

516

Wyoming

69,286

170,962

5,326

?

1,452

?

?

?

?

TOTAL

65,899,557

60,931,959

1,275,559

466,877

122,106

67,349

42,518

40,113

9,300

PRESIDENTIAL VOTES FOR PARTIES NOT ON CHART
(updated 1/1/13)

Reform: had three different presidential candidates, each on the ballot in one state. Chuck Baldwin received 5,017 in Kansas; Andre Barnett received 820 in Florida plus these write-ins: Alabama 1, Maryland 19, Minnesota 4, Montana 2, Texas 87, Utah 5, total 938; Barbara Washer received 1,016 in Mississippi.

Objectivist: 235 in Colorado, 3,856 in Florida, total 4,302.

Socialist: 308 in Colorado, 799 in Florida, 2,967 in Ohio, plus these write-ins: Alabama 2, California 82, Indiana 17, Michigan 89, Montana 4, Texas 162, total 4,430.

Socialist Workers: 192 in Colorado, 445 in Iowa, 389 in Louisiana, 1,051 in Minnesota, 709 in New Jersey, 1,205 in Washington, plus these write-ins: Alabama 1, California 72, Connecticut 5, Georgia 21, New York 26, total 4,116.

Grassroots: 3,149 in Minnesota.

American Third Position: 268 in Colorado, 664 in New Jersey, 1,739 in Tennessee, plus these write-ins: Alabama 1, Maryland 26, New York 6, West Virginia 11, total 2,715.

We the People: 791 in Colorado, 1,767 in Louisiana, plus these write-ins: Arizona 6, California 6, Virginia 1, total 2,571.

Twelve Visions: 2,588 in Colorado, plus these write-ins: Alabama 1, Arizona 17, Delaware 1, Florida 36, Georgia 30, Illinois 131, Indiana 8, Kansas 4, Maine 30, Maryland 7, Minnesota 8, New York 12, Ohio 23, Utah 6, Virginia 14, total 2,916.

Socialist Equality: 189 in Colorado, 355 in Louisiana, 553 in Wisconsin, plus these write-ins: California 79, Illinois 12, Kentucky 4, Michigan 68, New York 19, total 1,279.

Constitutional Government: 1,092 in Minnesota, plus one write-in in Maryland, total 1,093.

NSA Did 911: 1,024 in New Jersey.

Prohibition: 518 in Louisiana.

Candidates on the ballot as “independent” are Randall Terry, who got 6,872 in Kentucky, 2,408 in Nebraska, and 3,806 in West Virginia, plus these write-ins: Colorado 4, Ohio 14, total 13,104. Also Richard Duncan in Ohio, 12,502, plus these write-ins: Florida 3, Kentucky 37, West Virginia, total 12,543. Also Jerry Litrzel, Iowa, 1,027.

The Constitution Party of Oregon placed Will Christensen on the ballot, and he got 4,432 in that state, plus these write-ins: Arizona 14, Kansas 1, Minnesota 1, Utah 5, total 4,453.

The Freedom Socialist presidential candidate, Stephen Durham, wasn’t on the ballot anywhere, but he got these write-ins: California 54, Connecticut 1, Florida 3, Indiana 1, Kentucky 2, Maryland 19, New York 34, Utah 1, total 115.


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6 thoughts on “Ballot Access News: 2012 Presidential Vote Total by State by Candidate

  1. paulie Post author

    Oops – I included that in the article but it’s not showing up for some reason. Must have blown an HTML tag. I’ll go look.

  2. Warren Redlich

    Interesting to see how different third-party candidates did in different states. Stein beat Johnson in a few. Goode did pretty well in a few states (VA, SC, TN).

  3. paulie Post author

    Stein beat Johnson in a few.

    Very few: DC (barely), Michigan (because Johnson was kept off the ballot), I think that’s it. Did I miss any?

    Goode only beat Johnson in Michigan, again due to ballot status. And he lost to Stein there, so he didn’t come in ahead of both of them anywhere.

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