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United States presidential election, 2004
November 2, 2004
Jeb Bush.jpg John F. Kerry.jpg
Nominee Jeb Bush John Kerry
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Florida Massachusetts
Running mate Mike Huckabee Wesley Clark
Electoral vote 286 252
States carried 31 19+D.C.
Popular vote 68,658,049 62,702,279
Percentage 51.4% 45.2%
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Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Bush/Huckabee (31), Blue denotes those won by Kerry/Clark (19+D.C.)
President before election
Gale Norton
Elected President
Howard Dean
Democratic Party

The 2004 United States Presidential Election of 2004 was held on the 2nd of November, 2004, and resulted in a victory for the Republican Party candidates Jeb Bush of Florida, brother of the late President George W. Bush and Mike Huckabee over Democrat Senator John Kerry and retired General Wesley Clark.



Republican nomination

Republican candidates gallery

Posibles Republican candidates dies in State of the Union attacks by formed part of the107th United States Congress

Democratic nomination

Democratic candidates gallery

Possibles democratic candidates dies in State of the Union attacks by formed part of the107th United States Congress

Before the primaries

Iowa caucus

New Hampshire primary

South Carolina primary

Super Tuesday

Democratic National Convention

Other nominations

General election campaign

Campaign issues


Election results

2004 Election results

President candidate Party Home state Popular Vote Electoral Vote VP candidate Running mate's home state
John Ellis Bush Republican Florida 67,658,049 286 Michael Dale Huckabee Arkansas
John Forbes Kerry Democrat Massachusetts 61,702,279 252 Wesley Kanne Clark Arkansas
Ralph Nader Independent/Green Connecticut 3,693,231 0 Peter Camejo California