1972 United States presidential election in Colorado
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|Elections in Colorado|
Colorado voted for the Republican incumbent, Richard Nixon, over the Democratic challenger, South Dakota Senator George McGovern. Nixon took 62.61% of the vote to McGovern's 34.59%, a margin of 28.01%.
|United States presidential election in Colorado, 1972|
|Republican||Richard Nixon (incumbent)||597,189||62.61%||7|
|American Independent||John G. Schmitz||17,269||1.81%||0|
|Socialist Labor||Louis Fisher||4,361||0.46%||0|
|Socialist Workers||Linda Jenness||666||0.07%||0|
|Prohibition||E. Harold Munn||467||0.05%||0|
- "Guide to U.S. Elections (p. 848)". CQ Press (12 January 2016). Retrieved 2016-02-09.
- "1972 Presidential General Election Results - Colorado". Dave Leip's U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved 2016-02-09.
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