Voting Research

United States 2004 Elections

In 2004 George W. Bush was once again up for election. This time his running opponent was democratic candidate John Kerry from Massachusetts. After the election on November 2, 2004 the new elected president George W. Bush once again took his office.

During the 2004 election George W. Bush with his running mate Mr. Cheney took both the electoral vote as well as the popular vote. George W. Bush carried in total 31 states for an electoral vote totaling 286 while his opponent John Kerry carried only 19 states along with Washington D.C. landing him with 251 when it came to the electoral vote. There was plenty of controversy about the counting of the votes much like the election in 2000.

Another win landed George W. Bush in the white house for yet another term. Another term for George W. Bush allowed him to continue what he called his fight against terrorism stemming from the attacks on September eleventh in 2001.