Nov 2, 2004
The 2004 United States Presidential Election saw Republican incumbent George W Bush win re-election over Democrat John Kerry.
Bush received 62 million votes to Kerry's 59 million (51% - 48%). The electoral vote count was 286 to Bush and 251 to John Kerry. John Edwards received one electoral vote from a 'faithless elector'.
George W Bush took 31 states, all in the south and west-central part of the country. John Kerry took the northeast and west-coast states.
|George W Bush||Republican||62,040,610||50.7%||286|
Candidates receiving less than 0.1% of the popular vote are not shown.