Electoral History of Richard Nixon

Electoral history of Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States (1969–1974), 36th Vice President of the United States (1953–1961); United States Senator (1950–1953) and United States Representative (1947–1950) from California.

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Electoral History Of Richard Nixon - 1972 Presidential
1972 Republican presidential primaries Richard Nixon (inc.) - 5,378,704 (86.92%) Unpedged - 317,048 (5.12%) John M ... None of the names shown - 8,916 (0.14%) 1972 Republican National Convention (Presidential tally) Richard Nixon (inc.) - 1,347 (99.93%) Pete McCloskey - 1 (0.07%) New York Conservative Party presidential convention. 29 (13.00%) Presidential candidate Party Home state Popular vote Electoral vote Running mate Count Pct Vice-presidential candidate Home state Elect ...

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