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United States presidential election, 2004


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Introduction

This is a revision of the United States presidential election of 2004.

The election was between Republican President George W. Bush and Democrat John Kerry. In the current timeline, Bush wins the popular vote narrowly and the Electoral College somewhat handily. Of course, it is a widely-held belief, by myself among others, that every presidential election since 2000 (at least) was rigged, each one being rigged more than the previous. Anyway, in this revised version of history, Bush wins both the popular vote and the Electoral vote by a monumental landslide, carrying no fewer than 48 states! He only misses Rhode Island and Hawaii, as well as the District of Columbia, where he still loses very badly to Kerry; but with more than 23% of the popular vote in DC, he holds 3rd place at this point for the highest percentage of the Republican vote ever in the district. 1st and 2nd place both go to Ronald Reagan, with over 32% in 1984, and over 26% in 1980, respectively. In this revision, Bush has 63.9% of the popular vote compared to Kerry’s 34.7%, for a victory margin of more than 29 percentage points in Bush’s favor. Pretty darn outstanding for a RINO!

The background to this election involves the aftermath of 9/11, the subsequent War on Terror, and the emergence of a grassroots patriotic American movement in which millions of Americans wake up to the fact that virtually all mainstream Democrats and many Republicans (all of these RINOs) are an enormous problem for their country. After the 2002 midterms, where true patriotic Republicans defeat establishment ones in the primaries and achieve a supermajority in both the House of Representatives and Senate, word comes out that 9/11 was an inside job committed by treasonous establishment U.S. politicians and the Deep State. This leads to Congress pushing President Bush much further to the right, so much so that if he yields to the Deep State too often, he’d pay for it by losing the 2004 Republican nomination to a true Republican patriot like Alan Keyes. Instead, Bush yields heavily to the wishes of American patriots, and Keyes declines to seek another presidential run until 2008. This of course leads to Bush winning the 2004 Republican nomination extremely easily, and to his landslide reelection.

The revised election below is organized state-by-state in alphabetical order, for a total of 50 states plus the District of Columbia.
 

United States presidential election, 2004 (results estimated)

Alabama

George W. Bush (R): 1,301,225 (73.3%)
John Kerry (D): 450,083 (25.3%)
Other: 24,866 (1.4%)
Total: 1,776,174
 

Alaska

Bush: 170,705 (66%)
Kerry: 84,150 (32.5%)
Other: 3,907 (1.5%)
Total: 258,762
 

Arizona

Bush: 793,882 (63.3%)
Kerry: 443,179 (35.3%)
Other: 17,692 (1.4%)
Total: 1,254,753
 

Arkansas

Bush: 882,408 (69.5%)
Kerry: 368,781 (29.1%)
Other: 18,280 (1.4%)
Total: 1,269,469
 

California

Bush: 7,750,724 (61.3%)
Kerry: 4,711,129 (37.3%)
Other: 182,073 (1.4%)
Total: 12,643,926
 

Colorado

Bush: 1,007,055 (64.1%)
Kerry: 542,418 (34.5%)
Other: 21,841 (1.4%)
Total: 1,571,314
 

Connecticut

Bush: 996,760 (57.8%)
Kerry: 704,082 (40.8%)
Other: 24,850 (1.4%)
Total: 1,725,692
 

Delaware

Bush: 189,630 (58.7%)
Kerry: 128,616 (39.8%)
Other: 4,584 (1.4%)
Total: 322,830
 

District of Columbia

Kerry: 197,266 (75.2%)
Bush: 61,505 (23.4%)
Other: 3,621 (1.4%)
Total: 262,392
 

Florida

Bush: 3,737,076 (73%)
Kerry: 1,309,333 (25.6%)
Other: 72,172 (1.4%)
Total: 5,118,581
 

Georgia

Bush: 1,803,828 (76%)
Kerry: 536,306 (22.6%)
Other: 33,949 (1.4%)
Total: 2,374,083
 

Hawaii

Kerry: 215,134 (49.4%)
Bush: 214,306 (49.2%)
Other: 6,230 (1.4%)
Total: 435,670
 

Idaho

Bush: 465,537 (73.4%)
Kerry: 160,254 (25.3%)
Other: 8,629 (1.4%)
Total: 634,420
 

Illinois

Bush: 4,394,877 (61.3%)
Kerry: 2,675,360 (37.3%)
Other: 100,389 (1.4%)
Total: 7,170,626
 

Indiana

Bush: 1,983,605 (67.3%)
Kerry: 920,812 (31.3%)
Other: 41,239 (1.4%)
Total: 2,945,656
 

Iowa

Bush: 1,070,668 (60.7%)
Kerry: 670,469 (38%)
Other: 24,185 (1.4%)
Total: 1,765,322
 

Kansas

Bush: 883,895 (68.5%)
Kerry: 388,656 (30.1%)
Other: 17,807 (1.4%)
Total: 1,290,358
 

Kentucky

Bush: 1,169,846 (64.4%)
Kerry: 620,504 (34.2%)
Other: 25,053 (1.4%)
Total: 1,815,403
 

Louisiana

Bush: 1,508,014 (68.4%)
Kerry: 666,066 (30.2%)
Other: 29,975 (1.4%)
Total: 2,204,055
 

Maine

Bush: 454,999 (60.1%)
Kerry: 292,099 (38.6%)
Other: 10,224 (1.4%)
Total: 757,322
 

Maryland

Bush: 1,379,360 (63.2%)
Kerry: 772,468 (35.4%)
Other: 29,668 (1.4%)
Total: 2,181,496
 

Massachusetts

Bush: 2,120,636 (58.8%)
Kerry: 1,436,723 (39.8%)
Other: 49,778 (1.4%)
Total: 3,607,137
 

Michigan

Bush: 3,381,482 (60.5%)
Kerry: 2,130,819 (38.1%)
Other: 76,001 (1.4%)
Total: 5,588,302
 

Minnesota

Bush: 1,364,300 (50.6%)
Kerry: 1,293,673 (48%)
Other: 37,740 (1.4%)
Total: 2,695,713
 

Mississippi

Bush: 1,037,783 (78.8%)
Kerry: 260,301 (19.8%)
Other: 18,565 (1.4%)
Total: 1,316,649
 

Missouri

Bush: 1,890,222 (63.3%)
Kerry: 1,051,781 (35.2%)
Other: 41,773 (1.4%)
Total: 2,983,776
 

Montana

Bush: 335,636 (64.3%)
Kerry: 179,037 (34.3%)
Other: 7,149 (1.4%)
Total: 521,822
 

Nebraska

Bush: 662,900 (71.6%)
Kerry: 249,155 (26.9%)
Other: 13,137 (1.4%)
Total: 925,192
 

Nevada

Bush: 261,863 (64.8%)
Kerry: 136,975 (33.9%)
Other: 5,458 (1.4%)
Total: 404,296
 

New Hampshire

Bush: 366,768 (65.4%)
Kerry: 186,498 (33.2%)
Other: 7,799 (1.4%)
Total: 561,065
 

New Jersey

Bush: 2,794,465 (63.2%)
Kerry: 1,565,395 (35.4%)
Other: 59,664 (1.4%)
Total: 4,419,524
 

New Mexico

Bush: 418,297 (60.2%)
Kerry: 267,093 (38.4%)
Other: 9,802 (1.4%)
Total: 695,192
 

New York

Bush: 6,580,659 (60.3%)
Kerry: 4,179,421 (38.3%)
Other: 148,355 (1.4%)
Total: 10,908,435
 

North Carolina

Bush: 2,143,364 (70.5%)
Kerry: 853,456 (28.1%)
Other: 42,551 (1.4%)
Total: 3,039,371
 

North Dakota

Bush: 286,734 (66.6%)
Kerry: 137,854 (32%)
Other: 6,203 (1.4%)
Total: 430,791
 

Ohio

Bush: 3,845,109 (62.7%)
Kerry: 2,206,673 (36%)
Other: 84,683 (1.4%)
Total: 6,136,465
 

Oklahoma

Bush: 1,079,541 (74.6%)
Kerry: 346,153 (23.9%)
Other: 20,830 (1.4%)
Total: 1,446,524
 

Oregon

Bush: 794,056 (56.8%)
Kerry: 585,162 (41.9%)
Other: 19,016 (1.4%)
Total: 1,398,234
 

Pennsylvania

Bush: 4,239,872 (61.5%)
Kerry: 2,563,787 (37.2%)
Other: 93,806 (1.4%)
Total: 6,897,465
 

Rhode Island

Kerry: 303,025 (51.4%)
Bush: 277,978 (47.2%)
Other: 8,309 (1.4%)
Total: 589,312
 

South Carolina

Bush: 976,979 (71.4%)
Kerry: 371,342 (27.1%)
Other: 19,422 (1.4%)
Total: 1,367,743
 

South Dakota

Bush: 303,812 (66.2%)
Kerry: 148,854 (32.4%)
Other: 6,195 (1.4%)
Total: 458,861
 

Tennessee

Bush: 1,567,204 (68.6%)
Kerry: 685,495 (30%)
Other: 31,522 (1.4%)
Total: 2,284,221
 

Texas

Bush: 5,024,133 (68.6%)
Kerry: 2,193,665 (30%)
Other: 101,742 (1.4%)
Total: 7,319,540
 

Utah

Bush: 633,866 (74.5%)
Kerry: 205,277 (24.1%)
Other: 11,570 (1.4%)
Total: 850,713
 

Vermont

Bush: 184,415 (61.7%)
Kerry: 110,409 (36.9%)
Other: 4,065 (1.4%)
Total: 298,889
 

Virginia

Bush: 1,843,673 (68.6%)
Kerry: 805,969 (30%)
Other: 38,712 (1.4%)
Total: 2,688,354
 

Washington

Bush: 1,282,574 (55.8%)
Kerry: 983,077 (42.8%)
Other: 32,869 (1.4%)
Total: 2,298,520
 

West Virginia

Bush: 742,902 (64.7%)
Kerry: 388,090 (33.8%)
Other: 16,524 (1.4%)
Total: 1,147,516
 

Wisconsin

Bush: 1,814,256 (60.4%)
Kerry: 1,147,046 (38.2%)
Other: 41,438 (1.4%)
Total: 3,002,740
 

Wyoming

Bush: 194,023 (79.9%)
Kerry: 45,403 (18.7%)
Other: 3,498 (1.4%)
Total: 242,924
 

United States (total)

Bush: 80,669,407 (63.9%)
Kerry: 43,874,773 (34.7%)
Other: 1,759,410 (1.4%)
Total: 126,303,590

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