Green's St. Louis directory :
xxxvi Total Presidential Vote.
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Popular and Electoral Votes for President and Vice-Pres-
ident of the United States, At the Election Of 1844,

As published, in the newspapers as official, with the exception of the entire
Vote of Arkanaas, andhte Abolition Vote of Illinois, not received—as also the
popular vote of South Carolina, which elects Electors by the Legislature.

Clay & Frelinghuysen, Polk & Dallas,
Popular. Electoral. Popular. Electoral. Abolition.
Maine 34,346 46,719 9 4,837
New Hampshire 17,866 27,160 6 4,161
Massachusetts 67,418 12 52,546 10,860
Rhode Island 7,323 4 4,848
Connecticut 32,832 6 29,841 1,913
Vermont 26,770 6 18,010 3,984
New York 232,473 237,586 36 15,513
New Jersey 36,318 7 37,945 131
Pennesylvania 161,203 167,245 26 3,126
Dalaware 6,257 3 5,989
Maryland 35,984 8 32,676
Virginia 43,677 49,570 17
North Carolina 43,232 11 39,287
Georgia 42,104 44,153 10
Alabama 24,875 36,822 9
Mississippi 19,206 25,126 6
Louisiana 12,818 13,417 6
Tonnessee 60,030 13 59,917
Kentucky 61,255 12 51,988
Michigan 24,237 27,403 5 3,632
Ohio 155,113 23 149,061 8,060
Indiana 67,867 70,181 12 2,105
Illinois 45,528 57,920 9
Missouri 31,251 41,369 7
Arkansas 3
South Carolina 9
1,291,983 105 1,325,291 170 53,542
1,291,963 105
58,642
Total Vote 2,675,916 65
Polk’s plurality over Clay 33,368
Clay and Birney’s majority over Polk, 25,334