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Q: Presidential elections ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Presidential elections
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: jebfl-ga
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Posted: 07 Oct 2004 08:28 PDT
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Question ID: 411531
I have heard that in the history of the United States there has been
two presidential elections that all states didn't vote in.  I would
like to know what years and what states didn't vote.
Subject: Re: Presidential elections
Answered By: skermit-ga on 07 Oct 2004 08:58 PDT
I count 3 states from various websites, but one in particular has a nice summary:

New York did not participate in the 1789 Presidential election.
None of the eleven states that seceded voted in the 1864 Presidential
election. [Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and
Virginia, Texas and Mississippi did not vote in the 1868 Presidential election.

Oh, and I guess the 2000 election if you count Florida... just kidding!

Thanks for your question.

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