United States Presidential Elections, 1788–1860
The Official Results by County and State
About the Book
This reference work provides complete returns for the presidential elections by state and county for the period 1788 to 1860. Available nowhere else in one volume, this information has been pieced together through years of research of original sources of many kinds. The election returns include each candidate’s name, party, number of votes and percentage of votes. Explanatory footnotes and source information accompany the returns, as well as maps that show presidential election districts for those states and elections when presidential elections were so conducted. Also included are a history of voting for presidential electors and the influence of political parties on the electors, as well as listings of election dates, county names (past and present), party abbreviations used in the book, and counties created following each state’s first popular election of electors.
About the Author(s)
Michael J. Dubin, a retired teacher, lives in Sun City West, Arizona.
Michael J. Dubin
Format: softcover (8.5 x 11)
Bibliographic Info: tables, notes, maps, bibliography, indexes
Copyright Date: 2011 
Table of Contents
The Choosing of Presidential Electors xi
Party Abbreviations xvi
Election Dates xvi
County Names xvii
Presidential Election Returns 1
Electoral Candidates Index 223
Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates Index 225
Book Reviews & Awards
“painstaking research…assembles data not available before…valuable work…Dubin deserves a great deal of credit”—Against the Grain; “useful…unique”—Reference Reviews.