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1860 Presidential Election - Popular, Electoral Votes

1860 Presidential Election - Popular, Electoral Votes Government American History Civil Rights Geography

The outcome of America's 1860 presidential election was section-oriented. 

The North voted for Lincoln who won with 40% of the popular vote and 59% of the electoral vote.  The South split the vote between three additional candidates.

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Map, courtesy the National Atlas of the U.S.

 

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