Voting presidential election
2010 Census Reapportionment: As has been the case since 1932, Vermont will remain at 3 electoral votes through the 2020 presidential election.
Vermont, the first state admitted after the original 13 colonies, joined the Union in March 1791, and has participated in every election since 1792. While current-day Vermont is reliably Democratic in national elections, it is interesting to note that from the founding of the modern Republican Party in 1854 through the election of 1988, Vermont went Republican in every election except 1964, when it voted for Lyndon Johnson over Barry Goldwater. In 1992, Vermont broke this tradition, voting for Bill Clinton over George Bush, and has been “blue” ever since. In 2012, Barack Obama beat Mitt Romney by a margin of 67% to 31%, easily winning the state’s three electoral votes. It was Obama's largest margin of victory aside from Washington D.C. and his native Hawaii.
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How did Alaska vote in the 2012 presidential election?
On Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 it was reported by CNN that Mitt Romney had won the election in Alaska with 55% of the vote. Barack Obama received 41% of the vote.
What percent of eligible Nebraska voters voted in 2012 presidential election
60.8 % of eligible voters in Nebraska voted in the 2012
Presidential election, according to the link given just below.