United States presidential election in Missouri, 1824
|Elections in Missouri|
This article describes the United States presidential election, 1824, in Missouri.
Missouri has been voting in presidential elections since 1820. From 1904 until 2008, Missouri has voted for the eventual winner of the election in a presidential election, with the single exception of the 1956 election.
|Presidential Candidate||Running Mate||Party||Electoral Vote (EV)||Popular Vote (PV)|
|Henry Clay||John Calhoun||Democratic-Republican||3||2,042||59.50%|
|Andrew Jackson||Nathan Sanford||Democratic-Republican||0||1,166||33.97%|
|William Crawford||Nathaniel Macon||Democratic-Republican||0||32||0.93%|
Statewide winner in bold. See main article : U.S. presidential election, 1824.