For the 1984 election results, Ronald Reagan won in another landslide victory. He blew out Mondale with 525 electoral votes. Mondale could only win 13 votes.
In the US Election of 1980, Ronald Reagan became the 40th president easily defeating Carter. While Reagan gained 489 electoral votes, Carter received 49.
In the US Election of 1976, America picked Jimmy Carter as the 39th president of the United States. He won with 297 electoral votes over Ford’s 240.
The 1972 election was a two-man race between Nixon and McGovern. In the end, Nixon dominated with 520 electoral votes in the biggest landslide in history.
In the presidential election of 1968, it was a close call. But Richard Nixon won and became the 37th president of the United States with 301 electoral votes.
In the presidential election of 1964, Lyndon B. Johnson remained president with 486 electoral votes. He won a lopsided vote against republican Barry Goldman.
The election of 1960 was John Kennedy against Richard Nixon. It included live debates on tv and suspenseful results. But JFK won with 303 electoral votes.
The results in the 43rd presidential election showed that Eisenhower dominated with 457 electoral votes. Adlai Stevenson only received 73 electoral votes.
In the 42nd presidential election, Dwight Eisenhower dominated the electoral votes with 442. If you compare this to Adlai Stevenson, he only received 89.
In the 41st presidential election, Harry Truman remained president of the United States. He defeated Thomas Dewey, who most thought he was going to win.