Who won Texas electoral votes in 2012?
|2012 United States presidential election in Texas|
How did Oklahoma vote in 2012?
For the third year in a row, the Republicans won over 65% of the vote and swept every single county in the state. With 66.77% of the popular vote to Obama’s mere 33.23%, Oklahoma would prove to be Romney’s third strongest state in the 2012 election after Utah and Wyoming.
How many electoral votes did Texas have in 2000?
Electoral College Votes by State
|State||Electoral Vote of each State||For Vice-President|
Who won Texas in 2004?
State voters chose 34 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president. Texas was won by incumbent Republican President George W. Bush by a margin of 22.87%.
What was the Electoral College vote for the 2008 election?
2008 Electoral College Results
|President||Barack Obama [D]|
|Main Opponent||John McCain [R]|
|Electoral Vote||Winner: 365||Total/Majority: 538/270|
|Vice President||Joe Biden (365)|
|V.P. Opponent:||Sarah Palin (173)|
Did Obama win any votes in Oklahoma?
Clinton won every county in the Oklahoma Democratic Primary except for Oklahoma County, home of Oklahoma City which Obama just narrowly carried.
How did Texas vote in 2004?
Texas was won by incumbent Republican President George W. Bush by a margin of 22.87%.