United States presidential election, 1996

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Election

The 1996 Presidential election was held on Tuesday, November 5, 1996 between Incumbent Democratic President Bill Clinton, former Repubican Senator Bob Dole, and Reform Party candidate Ross Perot. Bill Clinton won the election by 8.5% over his main competitor, Bob Dole.

Results

Electoral Votes:

  • Bill Clinton/Al Gore (D): 379
  • Bob Dole/Jack Kemp (R): 159
  • Ross Perot/Patrick Choate (Reform): 0

Popular Vote:

  • Bill Clinton/Al Gore (D): 47,401,185 -- 49.2%
  • Bob Dole/Jack Kemp (R): 39,197,469 -- 40.7%
  • Ross Perot/Patrick Choate (Reform): 8,085,294 -- 8.4%
1996 Electoral College Results. States Clinton won are in blue and states Dole won are in red.

Candidates

Democratic candidates:

Democratic Candidate for President:

Democratic Candidate for Vice President:

Candidates in the 1996 Democratic Presidential Primary:


Republican candidates:

Republican Candidate for President:

Republican Candidate for Vice President:

Candidates in the 1996 Republican Presidential Primary:

Third Party and Independent Candidates


See also

References

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