1900 United States presidential election in Texas

The 1900 United States presidential election in Texas took place on November 6, 1900. All contemporary 45 states were part of the 1900 United States presidential election. Texas voters chose fifteen electors to the Electoral College, which selected the president and vice president.

Texas was won by the Democratic nominees, former U.S. Representative William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and his running mate Adlai Stevenson I of Illinois.

United States presidential election in Texas, 1900

November 6, 1900
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Nominee William J. Bryan William McKinley
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Nebraska Ohio
Running mate Adlai Stevenson I Theodore Roosevelt
Electoral vote 15 0
Popular vote 267,432 130,641
Percentage 63.1% 30.8%

President before election

William McKinley
Republican

Elected President

William McKinley
Republican

Results

United States presidential election in Texas, 1900[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic William Jennings Bryan 267,432 63.12% 15
Republican William McKinley 130,641 30.83% 0
Populist Wharton Barker 20,981 4.95% 0
Prohibition John Woolley 2,644 0.62% 0
Social Democratic Eugene Debs 1,846 0.44% 0
Socialist Labor Joseph Maloney 162 0.04% 0
Totals 423,706 100.00% 15
Voter turnout

References

  1. ^ Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas; Presidential General Election Results – Texas
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