Missouri's electoral votes in U.S. presidential elections 1820-2020

Number of electoral votes from Missouri designated to each party's candidate in U.S. presidential elections from 1820 to 2020

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United States (Missouri)

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1820 to 2020

Supplementary notes

*Overall winner.

**In the 1872 election, the Democratic Candidate, Horace Greeley, died between the popular vote and electoral vote. For this reason, Missouri electors cast their ballots for other politicians.

***Due to issues surrounding the Missouri Constitution, Missouri was not officially admitted to the union until 1821, and its participation in the 1820 election was a contentious point. Congress eventually decided that the issue would only be revisited if Missouri's results affected the overall outcome, however James Monroe won the election with 231 out of 232 ballots and the topic eventually became a moot point.

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