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In this US election map collection, you will find the history of presidential elections from 1789 to 2020. Each presidential election shows the electoral, popular and total vote as percentages.

It marks when territories became states in the history of the United States. Also, it shows the party that each state votes for during the election year. Starting with George Washington in 1789, click on an election map to see who became president of the United States of America.

Maps of America

US Map Collection
The United States Map Collection

These are the defining maps of the United States. This United States map collection has everything from general reference, physical, climate and elections.

US Temperature Map Feature
US Temperature Map

Check out the US temperature map to visualize how climate varies across the United States of America. Each one is derived from NESDIS, a branch of NOAA.

US Time Zone Map Feature
US Time Zone Map

This US time zone map shows the six time zones of the United States such as the Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska and Hawaii-Aleutian time zones.

US National Parks Map Feature
US National Parks Map

A US national parks map that displays the 5 regions and 62 national parks of the United States. Hawaii and Alaska have inset maps with outlines and names.

US County Map Feature
US County Map of the United States

A US county map that displays the 3,142 counties and equivalents including parishes, boroughs, census areas, independent cities and the District of Columbia.

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One Comment

  1. You have errors in several of your synopses of various Presidential races. Most notably, you ascribe tradition, declining popularity or health as reasons why some relatively recent Presidents did not run for a third term.

    The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution, passed by Congress in 1947 and ratified in 1951 prohibits anyone from serving more than 2 terms as President. No one since Truman had the option of running for a 3rd term.

    Thank you for the maps, they are helpful and informative.

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