Mla Bibliography Example 2012 Presidential Candidates

Presidential Candidates 1948-2012

The following table shows the number of votes per candidate for all Presidential General Elections from 1948 to 2012 in the State of Maryland. Write-in candidates are not listed.

A check mark () in the MD column marks the candidate who won in Maryland while the same check mark in the US column marks the candidates who won the national race.

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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Harry S. TrumanDemocratic286,521  
Thomas E. DeweyRepublican294,814  
Henry A. WallaceProgressive9,983  
Norman ThomasSocialist2,914  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Adlai E. StevensonDemocratic395,337  
Dwight D. EisenhowerRepublican499,424  
Vincent HallinanProgressive7,313  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Adlai E. StevensonDemocratic372,613  
Dwight D. EisenhowerRepublican559,738  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
John F. KennedyDemocratic565,808  
Richard M. NixonRepublican489,538  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Lyndon B. JohnsonDemocratic730,912  
Barry M. GoldwaterRepublican385,495  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Hubert H. HumphreyDemocratic538,310  
Richard M. NixonRepublican517,995  
George C. WallaceAmerican178,734  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
George McGovernDemocratic505,781  
Richard M. NixonRepublican829,305  
John G. SchmitzAmerican18,726  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Jimmy CarterDemocratic759,612  
Gerald R. FordRepublican672,661  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Jimmy CarterDemocratic726,161  
Ronald ReaganRepublican680,606  
Edward E. ClarkLibertarian14,192  
John B. AndersonIndependent119,537  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Walter F. MondaleDemocratic787,935  
Ronald ReaganRepublican879,918  
David BerglandLibertarian5,721  
Gus HallCommunist898  
Larry HolmesWorkers745  
Dennis L. SerretteAlliance656  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Michael S. DukakisDemocratic826,304  
George BushRepublican876,167  
Ronald E. PaulLibertarian6,748  
Lenora B. FulaniAlliance5,115  
Kyle McDanielWrite-In24  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Bill ClintonDemocratic988,571  
George BushRepublican707,094  
Andre MarrouLibertarian4,715  
Ross PerotIndependent281,414  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Bill ClintonDemocratic966,207  
Bob DoleRepublican681,530  
Harry BrowneLibertarian8,765  
Ross PerotReform115,812  
John HagelinNatural-Law2,517  
Howard PhillipsTaxpayers3,402  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Al GoreDemocratic1,140,782  
George W. BushRepublican813,797  
Harry BrowneLibertarian5,310  
Pat BuchananReform4,248  
Ralph NaderGreen53,768  
Howard PhillipsConstitution919  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
George Bush Republican1,024,703  
John F. Kerry Democratic1,334,493 
David Cobb Green3,632  
Michael BadnarikLibertarian6,094  
Michael Anthony Peroutka Constitution3,421  
Ralph Nader Populist11,854  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Barack ObamaDemocratic1,629,467 
John McCainRepublican959,862  
Cynthia McKinney Green4,747  
Bob Barr Libertarian9,842  
Ralph Nader Independent14,713  
Chuck Baldwin Constitution3,760  


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NamePartyVote ReceivedMDUS
Barack ObamaDemocratic1,677,844 
Mitt Romney Republican971,869  
Gary JohnsonLibertarian30,195  
Jill SteinGreen17,110  


In MLA 8th ed., for websites/web pages, core elements of the citation are (irrelevant elements should be eliminated):

  • Author (editors, etc.).
  • Title of source.
  • Publication date/range, 
  • Location (URL).
  • Date of access (optional).

 

EXAMPLES

Website/project as a whole:

Eaves, Morris, et al., editors. The William Blake Archive. 1996-2014, www.blakearchive.org/blake.

 

Page on a site, comments on a web page, blog post, part of a site, tweet, etc.:

Felluga, Dino. Guide to Literary and Critical Theory. Purdue University, 28 Nov. 2003, www.cla.purdue.edu/english/theory/.

Accessed 10 May 2006.

Lundman, Susan. "How to Make Vegetarian Chili." eHow, www.ehow.com/how_10727_make-vegetarian-chili.html.

Accessed 6 July 2015.

Bernstein, Mark. "10 Tips on Writing the Living Web." A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites,

16 Aug. 2002, alistapart.com/article/writeliving. Accessed 4 May 2009.

@tombrokaw. "SC demonstrated why all the debates are the engines of this campaign." Twitter, 22 Jan. 2012,

3:06 a.m., twitter.com/tombrokaw/status/160996868971704320.

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