United States presidential election in California, 1900

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United States presidential election in California, 1900
California
← 1896 November 6, 1900 1904 →
  William McKinley by Courtney Art Studio, 1896.jpg WilliamJBryan1902.png
Nominee William McKinley William Jennings Bryan
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Ohio Nebraska
Running mate Theodore Roosevelt Adlai E. Stevenson
Electoral vote 9 0
Popular vote 164,755 124,985
Percentage 54.50% 41.34%

President before election

William McKinley
Republican

Elected President

William McKinley
Republican

In the 1900 United States presidential election, California voted for the Republican incumbent, William McKinley, in a landslide over the Democratic challenger, Nebraska representative and 1896 nominee William Jennings Bryan.

Results[edit]

United States presidential election in California, 1900[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican William McKinley (incumbent) 164,755 54.50% 9
Democratic William Jennings Bryan 124,985 41.34% 0
Socialist Labor Joseph Moloney 7,554 2.50% 0
Prohibition John Woolley 5,024 1.66% 0
Invalid or blank votes
Totals 302,808 100.00% 9
Voter turnout

Results by county[edit]

County[2] McKinley Votes Bryan Votes Others Votes
Alpine 82.14 69 17.86 15 0.00 0
Humboldt 66.32 3,902 28.86 1,698 4.83 284
Alameda 64.64 14,324 30.13 6,677 5.23 1,158
Marin 63.58 1,681 34.19 904 2.23 59
San Mateo 63.00 1,645 35.01 914 1.99 52
Riverside 61.14 2,329 29.77 1,134 9.08 346
Sierra 60.99 702 37.88 436 1.13 13
Plumas 58.45 640 40.37 442 1.19 13
Santa Clara 58.25 7,107 37.76 4,607 3.98 486
Lassen 58.10 549 34.50 326 7.41 70
Contra Costa 57.02 2,165 40.80 1,549 2.19 83
Napa 56.71 2,017 40.26 1,432 3.04 108
Nevada 55.91 2,449 40.14 1,758 3.95 173
San Francisco 55.71 35,208 39.89 25,212 4.40 2,782
Solano 55.36 3,114 40.21 2,262 4.43 249
Los Angeles 55.10 19,200 37.76 13,158 7.15 2,490
Sutter 54.93 819 43.06 642 2.01 30
San Diego 54.91 3,800 38.69 2,678 6.40 443
Sacramento 54.78 5,506 43.03 4,325 2.19 220
Placer 54.64 2,009 43.30 1,592 2.07 76
Calaveras 54.59 1,600 43.94 1,288 1.47 43
Yuba 54.08 1,179 44.54 971 1.38 30
Sonoma 54.04 4,381 43.38 3,517 2.58 209
Ventura 53.54 1,708 41.79 1,333 4.67 149
Santa Cruz 53.19 2,173 40.02 1,635 6.78 277
Mendocino 53.15 2,192 45.13 1,861 1.72 71
Amador 52.64 1,384 45.99 1,209 1.37 36
Santa Barbara 52.58 1,988 42.29 1,599 5.13 194
Butte 52.55 2,322 45.51 2,011 1.95 86
Siskiyou 52.36 1,898 46.01 1,668 1.63 59
Trinity 52.36 544 46.68 485 0.96 10
San Bernardino 52.15 3,135 39.05 2,347 8.80 529
Mono 52.11 284 47.34 258 0.55 3
San Joaquin 52.01 3,318 45.04 2,873 2.95 188
Del Norte 51.78 334 45.12 291 3.10 20
Kings 51.76 1,032 43.73 872 4.51 90
Orange 51.24 2,155 42.25 1,777 6.51 274
Tehama 50.35 1,210 47.36 1,138 2.29 55
Monterey 50.10 1,964 46.56 1,825 3.34 131
Madera 49.58 764 47.83 737 2.60 40
Fresno 47.34 3,585 47.41 3,590 5.26 398
San Benito 46.71 724 50.71 786 2.58 40
Yolo 45.81 1,510 51.18 1,687 3.00 99
San Luis Obispo 45.81 1,564 50.18 1,713 4.01 137
Kern 45.17 1,692 52.32 1,960 2.51 94
El Dorado 45.14 1,193 53.20 1,406 1.66 44
Tuolumne 45.09 1,309 52.70 1,530 2.20 64
Modoc 44.78 446 53.41 532 1.81 18
Shasta 44.70 1,681 51.79 1,948 3.51 132
Stanislaus 43.81 1,058 52.59 1,270 3.60 87
Inyo 42.35 396 54.01 505 3.64 34
Merced 41.59 811 55.44 1,081 2.97 58
Lake 41.45 584 52.95 746 5.61 79
Tulare 41.41 1,755 53.00 2,246 5.59 237
Mariposa 40.79 505 57.92 717 1.29 16
Glenn 39.49 494 58.91 737 1.60 20
Colusa 35.98 648 59.69 1,075 4.33 78

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1900 Presidential General Election Results – California". Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 2008-08-25. 
  2. ^ Robinson, Edgar Eugene; The Presidential Vote; 1896-1932 (second edition); pp. 145-150 Published 1947 by Stanford University Press