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The Election Countdown offers individuals a chance to review past elections and current projections for future elections. This page shows the way each state voted, whether Democratic or Republican, according to that state's electoral college vote.  The Election Countdown has chosen to start with the 1992 election because that's approximately when the Internet became public and was open to private businesses.

 

The columns to the left of the page represent each state's number of electoral votes, and to the right is a graphical representation of the United States showing how each state voted.    

 

*" In 1993 the U.S. National Science Foundation, after a competitive bidding process in 1992, created the InterNIC to manage the allocations of addresses and management of the address databases, and awarded the contract to three organizations. Registration Services would be provided by Network Solutions; Directory and Database Services would be provided by AT&T; and Information Services would be provided by General Atomics. " See document: http://www.ripe.net/ripe/maillists/archives/lir-wg/1992/msg00028.html. NSF NETWORK INFORMATION SERVICES AWARDS. Retrieved 12/25/05.  

-  * in 1992 The Internet Society was created and was called ISOC and was founded. http://www.isoc.org/

- --*1991 Transition of Nic Service In 1991, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded the administration and maintenance of DDN-NIC to Government Systems, Inc., who subcontracted it to Network Solutions, Inc  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Internet#cite_note-21    http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc1261.txt 

U.S. Presidential Election Maps from 2016 to 1992

 

2016 Presidential Elections 

2016 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  10 NV 5
AR  6 NH 4
CA  55 NJ 15
CO  9 NM 5
CT  7 NY 31
DE  3 NC 15
FL  27 ND 3
GA  15 OH 20
HI  4 OK 7
ID  4 OR 7
IL  211 PA 21
IN  11 RI  4
IA  77 SC 8SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 34
ME  44 UT 5UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 133
MI 17MI 17 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  6 WI 10
MO 11 WY 3
DC 3
  Total
Democrats   332
Republicans   206

 

2012 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  10 NV 5
AR  6 NH 4
CA  55 NJ 15
CO  9 NM 5
CT  7 NY 31
DE  3 NC 15
FL  27 ND 3
GA  15 OH 20
HI  4 OK 7
ID  4 OR 7
IL  21 PA 21
IN  11 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 34
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 17 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  6 WI 10
MO 11 WY 3
DC 3
  Total
Democrats   332
Republicans   206

 

2012 Presidential Elections

2008 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  10 NV 5
AR  6 NH 4
CA  55 NJ 15
CO  9 NM 5
CT  7 NY 31
DE  3 NC 15
FL  27 ND 3
GA  15 OH 20
HI  4 OK 7
ID  4 OR 7
IL  21 PA 21
IN  11 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 34
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 17 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  6 WI 10
MO 11 WY 3
DC 3
  Total
Democrats   364
Republicans   174

 

2008 Presidential Elections

2004 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  10 NV 5
AR  6 NH 4
CA  55 NJ 15
CO  9 NM 5
CT  7 NY 31
DE  3 NC 15
FL  27 ND 3
GA  15 OH 20
HI  4 OK 7
ID  4 OR 7
IL  21 PA 21
IN  11 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 34
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 17 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  6 WI 10
MO 11 WY 3
DC 3
  Total
Democrats   251
Republicans   286

 

2004 Presidential Elections

2000 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  8 NV 4
AR  6 NH 4
CA  54 NJ 15
CO  8 NM 5
CT  8 NY 33
DE  3 NC 14
FL  25 ND 3
GA  13 OH 21
HI  4 OK 8
ID  4 OR 7
IL  22 PA 23
IN  12 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 32
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 18 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  7 WI 11
MO 11 WY 3
  Total
Democrats   266
Republicans   271

2000 Presidential Elections

1996 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  8 NV 4
AR  6 NH 4
CA  54 NJ 15
CO  8 NM 5
CT  8 NY 33
DE  3 NC 14
FL  25 ND 3
GA  13 OH 21
HI  4 OK 8
ID  4 OR 7
IL  22 PA 23
IN  12 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 32
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 18 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  7 WI 11
MO 11 WY 3
  Total
Democrats   379
Republicans   159

1996 Presidential Elections

1992 Electoral College:

AL  9 MT  3
AK  3 NE 5
AZ  8 NV 4
AR  6 NH 4
CA  54 NJ 15
CO  8 NM 5
CT  8 NY 33
DE  3 NC 14
FL  25 ND 3
GA  13 OH 21
HI  4 OK 8
ID  4 OR 7
IL  22 PA 23
IN  12 RI  4
IA  7 SC 8
KS  6 SD 3
KY  8 TN 11
LA  9 TX 32
ME  4 UT 5
MD 10 VT 3
MA 12 VA 13
MI 18 WA 11
MN 10 WV 5
MS  7 WI 11
MO 11 WY 3
  Total
Democrats   370
Republicans   168

1992 Presidential Elections