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1880 Electoral College Map
        Electoral Popular
Political Party Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # %
Republican James A. Garfield Chester A. Arthur 214 58.0 4,453,611 48.3
Democratic Winfield S. Hancock William English 155 42.0 4,445,256 48.2

STATE TOTAL VOTE Republican Democratic
JAMES A. GARFIELD WINFIELD S. HANCOCK
Votes % EV Votes % EV
Alabama 151,902 56,350 37.1   91,130 60.0 10
Arkansas 108,870 42,436 39.0   60,775 55.9 6
California 164,218 80,282 48.9 1 80,426 49.0 5
Colorado 53,546 27,450 51.3 3 24,647 46.0  
Connecticut 132,798 67,071 50.5 6 64,411 48.5  
Delaware 29,458 14,148 48.0   15,181 51.5 3
Florida 51,618 23,654 45.8   27,964 54.2 4
Georgia 157,451 54,470 34.6   102,981 65.4 11
Illinois 622,305 318,036 51.1 21 277,321 44.6  
Indiana 470,758 232,169 49.3 15 225,523 47.9  
Iowa 323,140 183,904 56.9 11 105,845 32.8  
Kansas 201,054 121,520 60.4 5 59,789 29.7  
Kentucky 266,884 106,059 39.7   149,068 55.9 12
Louisiana 104,462 38,978 37.3   65,047 62.3 8
Maine 143,903 74,052 51.5 7 65,211 45.3  
Maryland 173,049 78,515 45.4   93,706 54.1 8
Massachusetts 282,505 165,198 58.5 13 111,960 39.6  
Michigan 353,076 185,335 52.5 11 131,596 37.3  
Minnesota 150,806 93,939 62.3 5 53,314 35.4  
Mississippi 117,068 34,844 29.8   75,750 64.7 8
Missouri 397,289 153,647 38.7   208,600 52.5 15
Nebraska 87,355 54,979 62.9 3 28,523 32.7  
Nevada 18,343 8,732 47.6   9,611 52.4 3
New Hampshire 86,361 44,856 51.9 5 40,797 47.2  
New Jersey 245,928 120,555 49.0   122,565 49.8 9
New York 1,103,945 555,544 50.3 35 534,511 48.4  
North Carolina 240,946 115,616 48.0   124,204 51.5 10
Ohio 724,984 375,048 51.7 22 340,867 47.0  
Oregon 40,841 20,619 50.5 3 19,955 48.9  
Pennsylvania 874,783 444,704 50.8 29 407,428 46.6  
Rhode Island 29,235 18,195 62.2 4 10,779 36.9  
South Carolina 169,793 57,954 34.1   111,236 65.5 7
Tennessee 243,263 107,677 44.3   129,569 53.3 12
Texas 240,659 57,225 23.8   155,963 64.8 8
Vermont 65,098 45,567 70.0 5 18,316 28.1  
Virginia 212,660 83,634 39.3   128,647 60.5 11
West Virginia 112,641 46,243 41.1   57,390 50.9 5
Wisconsin 267,202 144,406 54.0 10 114,650 42.9  
Totals 9,220,197 4,453,611 48.3 214 4,445,256 48.2 155

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