United States Presidential Election in California, 1852 - Results

Results

United States presidential election in California, 1852
Party Candidate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Franklin Pierce 40,721 53.02% 4
Whig Winfield Scott 35,972 46.83% 0
Free Soil Party John Hale 61 0.08% 0
No party Write-ins 56 0.07% 0
Invalid or blank votes
Totals 76,810 100.00% 4
Voter turnout

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