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"Information on reported voting and registration by various demographic and socioeconomic characteristics is collected for the nation in November of Congressional and Presidential election years in the Current Population Survey (CPS)."
Federal Elections -- Other Resources
America at the Polls, 1920-1992: A Handbook of American Presidential Election Statistics
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .A73 1994
provides state-by-state, county-by-county details of each presidential contest.
Call Number: Reference JK 1967 .A8 (v.2,4-5,8-26; 1956/57, 1960-62, 1968-2003/04)
provides county-level election returns by state for President, Congress, and Governor. Includes Congressional district maps.
Presidential Ballots, 1836-1892
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .B8 1976
- Distribution of Party Control, by Counties, 1836-1892
- Distribution of Counties Held by Each Party: Sections, 1836-1892
- Distribution of Counties Held by Each Party: States, 1836-1892
- Distribution of the Vote by Section and State, 1836-1892
- Distribution of the Vote by Counties, 1836-1892
- The Electoral Vote, 1836-1892
Presidential Elections, 1789-2008: County, State, & National Mapping of Election Data
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .D47 2010
Presidential Vote, 1896-1932
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .R6 1970
- Distribution of the Presidential Vote, 1896-1932
- Distribution of the Vote by Sections and by States
- Distribution of Party Control: Democratic & Republican Counties
- Party Vote for Electors by State and by County
Source Book of American Presidential Campaign & Election Statistics, 1948-1968
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .R83
- Presidential Preference Primaries
- National Party Conventions
- Presidential Campaign Staff
- Campaign Itineraries
- The Cost of Presidential Campaigns
- Presidential Campaign Media Exposure
- Public Opinion Polls
- Voting Participation in Presidential Elections
- Presidential Election Results
- Minor Party Voting
Statistical History of the American Electorate
Call Number: Reference JK 1967 .R87 2001
"This volume has three purposes: to achieve accuracy, comprehensiveness, and analytical insight into the behavior of the American electorate from 1788 to 1999."
- The Accuracy & Inaccuracy of Election Data
- Who Is Allowed to Vote: Suffrage & Election Laws
- Who Goes to the Polls
- The Familiarity of Presidential Elections
- The Obscurity of House Elections
- The Notoriety of Senate Elections
- The Isolation of Gubernatorial Elections?
- Party Winners & Losers Across Multiple Elections
U.S. Presidential Candidates and the Elections: A Biographical & Historical Guide
Call Number: Reference JK 528 .H38 1996
- Vol. 1 - The Candidates: birth, death, parents, spouse(s), children, education, political & government service & activities, business & professional activities, military service & awards, memberships in organizations, nonmilitary awards, honorary degrees, writings, religion, miscellaneous
- Vol. 2 - The Elections, 1789-1992
United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997, The Official Results
Call Number: Reference JK 1967 .D77 1998
United States Presidential Elections, 1788-1860, The Official Results by County & State
Call Number: Reference JK 524 .D778 2002
United States Presidential Primary Elections, 1968-1996: A Handbook of Election Statistics
Call Number: Reference JK 522 .C66 2000
"provides the official, county-by-county results for all contested Democratic and Republican presidential primary elections from 1968 through 1996."
- Growth of Presidential Primaries...More & More, Earlier & Earlier
- Presidential Primary Winners by State
- Presidential Primary Winners by Key Counties & Cities
- National Primary Maps & Vote Summaries
"shows the electoral votes apportioned to each state as a result of the 2010 Census. Note that the cartogram is topologically correct in that any state that borders another state in reality borders that state on the cartogram, and wherever multiple states meet at a point in reality, they also do so on the cartogram."