New York Democratic primary, 2004

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New York Democratic primary, 2004
New York (state)
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  John F. Kerry.jpg John Edwards in Portsmouth (cropped) 2.jpg
Candidate John Kerry John Edwards
Home state Massachusetts North Carolina
Delegate count 174 54
Popular vote 437,754 143,960
Percentage 61.17% 20.12%

The 2004 New York Democratic primary took place on March 2, 2004, also known as Super Tuesday.

Results[edit]

100% of precincts reporting
Candidate Votes Percentage Counties Delegates
John Kerry 437,754 61.17% 62 174
John Edwards 143,960 20.12% 0 54
Al Sharpton 57,456 8.03% 0 8
Dennis Kucinich 36,680 5.13% 0 0
Howard Dean* 20,471 2.86% 0 0
Joe Lieberman* 9,314 1.30% 0 0
Dick Gephardt* 3,954 0.55% 0 0
Wesley Clark* 3,517 0.49% 0 0
Lyndon LaRouche 2527 0.35% 0 0
Total 715,633 100% 0 236

* Candidate withdrew prior to primary.

See also[edit]

Summary of the 2 November 2004 United States presidential election results
Candidates Party Votes % Electoral votes
  George W. Bush Republican Party 62,040,610 50.73% 286
  John Kerry Democratic Party 59,028,444 48.27% 251
  John Edwards1 1
  Ralph Nader Independent, Reform Party 465,650 0.38% -
  Michael Badnarik Libertarian Party 397,265 0.32% -
  Michael Peroutka Constitution Party 143,630 0.12% -
  David Cobb Green Party 119,859 0.10% -
Other 99,887 0.08% -
Total 122,295,345 100.0% 538
Voter turnout:   56.70 %
Source: FEC 2004 Election Results