United States Presidential Primary Elections 2000 - 2004, 2004 Edition

  • Rhodes Cook
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  • ISBN-10: 1604264063
  • ISBN-13: 9781604264067
  • DDC: 324.273
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 448 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2004 | Published/Released November 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2004

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Overview

This one-of-a-kind resource offers county-by-county returns of all Democratic and Republican presidential primary elections from 2000-2004. U.S. Presidential Primary Elections 2000-2004 allows researchers to study voting behavior and political trends by state, country, or region.

Organized by state, each state section includes:

  • County-by-county breakdown of the primary vote for all Democratic and Republican candidates receiving more than 5% of the vote
  • The county-by-county percentage of the total vote won by major candidates
  • Highlights of recent primary elections
  • Total statewide turnout for each primary election
  • A state map showing county lines and major cities

An introduction provides a brief history of U.S. presidential primaries and explains the evolution of the present day primary election system. The newest edition of this unique handbook is a valuable research tool for students, scholars, and political experts.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Introduction.
1: Growth of Presidential Primaries … More and More, Earlier and Earlier.
2: Presidential Primary Winners by State.
3: National Primary Maps and Vote Summaries, 1968–2004.
4: 2000–2004 Presidential Primary Returns by State.
5: Alabama.
6: Alaska.
7: Arizona.
8: Arkansas.
9: California.
10: Colorado.
11: Connecticut.
12: Delaware.
13: Florida.
14: Georgia.
15: Hawaii.
16: Idaho.
17: Illinois.
18: Indiana.
19: Iowa.
20: Kansas.
21: Kentucky.
22: Louisiana.
23: Maine.
24: Maryland.
25: Massachusetts.
26: Michigan.
27: Minnesota.
28: Mississippi.
29: Missouri.
30: Montana.
31: Nebraska.
32: Nevada.
33: New Hampshire.
34: New Jersey.
35: New Mexico.
36: New York.
37: North Carolina.
38: North Dakota.
39: Ohio.
40: Oklahoma.
41: Oregon.
42: Pennsylvania.
43: Rhode Island.
44: South Carolina.
45: South Dakota.
46: Tennessee.
47: Texas.
48: Utah.
49: Vermont.
50: Virginia.
51: Washington.
52: West Virginia.
53: Wisconsin.
54: Wyoming.
55: District of Columbia.