- 1 Who did you vote for in the 2012 presidential election?
- 2 Who was Obama against 2012?
- 3 Did Democrats Cancel 2012 primaries?
- 4 What was the Electoral College count in 2012?
- 5 What happened in the 2012 election?
- 6 Who ran against Obama the first time?
- 7 What was Obama slogan?
- 8 Who ran for president in 2004?
- 9 Who ran against Obama in both elections?
- 10 Who was Obama against in 2008?
- 11 Who ran for president in 2008 primaries?
- 12 Who won Texas electoral votes in 2012?
- 13 Who won Georgia electoral votes in 2012?
- 14 What were the Electoral College results in 2020?
Who did you vote for in the 2012 presidential election?
Obama defeated Romney, winning a majority of both the Electoral College and the popular vote. Obama won 332 electoral votes and 51.1% of the popular vote compared to Romney’s 206 electoral votes and 47.3%.
Who was Obama against 2012?
Along with his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, Barack Obama was opposed in the general election by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, along with various minor candidates from other parties. The election took place on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
Did Democrats Cancel 2012 primaries?
Four states canceled their respective Democratic primaries altogether, citing Obama being the only candidate to qualify on their respective ballot: Connecticut, Delaware, New York, and Virginia.
What was the Electoral College count in 2012?
2012 Electoral College Results
|President||Barack Obama [D]|
|Main Opponent||Mitt Romney [R]|
|Electoral Vote||Winner: 332||Total/Majority: 538/270|
|Vice President||Joe Biden (332)|
|V.P. Opponent:||Paul Ryan (206)|
What happened in the 2012 election?
Obama defeated Republican nominee Mitt Romney to win a second term, taking 51.1 percent of the popular vote and 332 of the 538 electoral votes. Romney defeated Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and several other candidates to win his party’s nomination in the 2012 Republican primaries.
Who ran against Obama the first time?
2008 United States presidential election
|Nominee||Barack Obama||John McCain|
|Running mate||Joe Biden||Sarah Palin|
What was Obama slogan?
“Change We Need.” and “Change.” – 2008 U.S. presidential campaign slogan of Barack Obama during the general election.
Who ran for president in 2004?
2004 United States presidential election
|Nominee||George W. Bush||John Kerry|
|Running mate||Dick Cheney||John Edwards|
Who ran against Obama in both elections?
His opponent in the general election was former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney. Obama won 332 electoral votes, defeating Romney who gained 206. After this election, he became the first president since Ronald Reagan to receive a majority of the popular vote twice.
Who was Obama against in 2008?
On November 4, 2008, Obama defeated the Republican nominee, Senator John McCain of Arizona, making him the President-elect and the first African American elected President.
Who ran for president in 2008 primaries?
|Candidates||Actual pledged delegates1 (1,780 of 1,917)||Estimated total delegates2 (2,159 of 2,380; 1,191 needed to win)|
Who won Texas electoral votes in 2012?
|2012 United States presidential election in Texas|
Who won Georgia electoral votes in 2012?
Romney won Georgia by a 7.82% margin, an improvement from 2008 when McCain won by 5.2%. Romney received 53.30% of the vote to Obama’s 45.48%.
What were the Electoral College results in 2020?
Electoral College Certificates and Votes by State
|State||Number of Electoral Votes for Each State||For Vice-President|