|Presidential candidate ||Party ||Electoral vote |
|George Walker Bush ||Republican ||286 |
|John Forbes Kerry ||Democratic ||251 |
|John Edwards ||Democratic ||1 |
Keeping this in view, who won popular vote 2004?
Democratic Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts won his party's nomination after defeating Senator John Edwards and several other candidates in the 2004 Democratic presidential primaries. In the general election, Bush won 286 of the 538 electoral votes and 50.7 percent of the popular vote.
Beside above, which Bush was president in 2004?
George W. Bush 2004 presidential campaign
|George W. Bush for President 2004 |
|Candidate ||George W. Bush President of the United States Dick Cheney Vice President of the United States |
|Affiliation ||Republican Party |
|Status ||Won Re-Election November 2, 2004 |
|Headquarters ||1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D.C. |
Who were the Democratic presidential candidates in 2004?
Primary race overview. Ten candidates vied for the nomination, including retired four-star general Wesley Clark, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, and Senators John Edwards and John Kerry.
Who ran against Obama 2004?
The Democratic and Republican primary elections were held in March, which included a total of 15 candidates who combined to spend a record total of over $60 million seeking the open seat. On March 16, 2004, State Senator Barack Obama won the Democratic primary, and businessman Jack Ryan won the Republican primary.