The 59th presidential election in history took place on November 3, 2020. Joe Biden won and became the 46th president in American history.
In this US election map collection, you will find the history of presidential elections from 1789 to 2020. Who won the electoral vote in each election year?
Donald Trump won the election of 2016 with 304 electoral votes compared to 227 from Hillary Clinton. Clinton won the popular vote 48% compared to Trump’s 46%.
In the 57th presidential election, Barack Obama was elected and served his second term. While Obama gained 332 electoral votes, Romney received just 206.
In the election of 2008, Barack Obama became the 44th president in America. He received 365 electoral votes and was the first African-American president.
In the election of 2004, George W. Bush won re-election with 286 electoral votes. This compares to John Kerry who received 251 electoral votes.
Despite Al Gore winning the popular vote, George W. Bush was declared the 43rd president of America in the closest races in presidential election history.
In the election of 1996, Bill Clinton remained as president until his impeachment. He won by a significant margin of 379 electoral votes beating Bob Dole.
During the election of 1992, Bill Clinton won with 370 electoral votes becoming the 42nd president of America. He beat out George H.W. Bush and Ross Perot.
George H.W. Bush had a bit of momentum from Reagan’s success. When the votes were counted, he easily beat Michael Dukakis with 426 total electoral votes.