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2004 Presidential Elections
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama has 9 EV Alaska has 3 EV Arizona has 10 EV Arkansas has 6 EV California has 55 EV Colorado has 9 EV Connecticut has 7 EV Delaware has 3 EV District of Columbia has 3 EV Florida has 27 EV Georgia has 15 EV Hawaii has 4 EV Idaho has 4 EV Illinois has 21 EV Indiana has 11 EV Iowa has 7 EV Kansas has 6 EV Kentucky has 8 EV Louisiana has 9 EV Maine has 4 EV Maryland has 10 EV Massachusetts has 12 EV Michigan has 17 EV Minnesota has 10 EV Mississippi has 6 EV Missouri has 11 EV Montana has 3 EV Nebraska has 5 EV Nevada has 5 EV New Hampshire has 4 EV New Jersey has 15 EV New Mexico has 5 EV New York has 31 EV North Carolina has 15 EV North Dakota has 3 EV Ohio has 20 EV Oklahoma has 7 EV Oregon has 7 EV Pennsylvania has 21 EV Rhode Island has 4 EV South Carolina has 8 EV South Dakota has 3 EV Tennessee has 11 EV Texas has 34 EV Utah has 5 EV Vermont has 3 EV Virginia has 13 EV Washington has 11 EV West Virginia has 5 EV Wisconsin has 10 EV Wyoming 3 EV

2004 Governor Elections
No Gubernatorial Election in Clear States Delaware: Minner (D) v. Brady Lee Protack or Spence Indiana: Andrew or Simpson (D) vs Daniels Kenley Miller McIntosh Clark Harris Coasts Helmke or Burton (R) (R) Missouri: Holden or McCaskill (D) v. Blunt (R) Montana: Martz Keating Brown or Miller (R) vs. Schweitzer Kennedy Mazurek McGrath or Benedict (D) New Hampshire: Benson (R) v. D'Alessandro D'Amours Swett or Shaheen (D) North Carolina: Easley (D) vs Vinroot Jones Ballantine Cain Cook Hayes Lake Little Barrett or McCrory (R) North Dakota: Hoeven (R) Utah: Leavitt or Holloewell (R) v Graham Jones Matheson or Matheson (D) Vermont: Douglas (R) v Racine Ready Shumlin or Spaulding (D) and Sanders (I) Ericson (M) Washington: Locke Talmadge Rinehard or Sims (D) vs. Nethercutt Reichert or Stanton (R) West Virginia: Wise (D) vs. Capito Kizer Minear Oliverio raese Underwood or Capehart (R) Hudock (C) and McClure (L)

American Samoa
Delaware
Indiana
Missouri
Montana
New Hampshire
North Carolina
North Dakota
Puerto Rico
Utah
Vermont
Washington
West Virginia

2004 U.S. Senate Elections
No Senatorial Election in Clear States Alabama: Shelby (R) v. Swanson (D) Alaska: Murkowski Dore Palin or Ward (R) v. Knowles Greene or Layne (D) Sykes (G) and Millican (I) Arizona: McCain or Fahey (R) v. Michael or Jankowski (D) Arkansas: Lincoln or Burks (D) v. Holt or Formicola (R) California: Boxer (D) v. Jones (R) Gray (L) Feinland (PF) and Grundmann (AI) Colorado: Owens Tancredo McInnis Coffman or O'Bryant (R) v. Bridges Freedberg Johnson Miles Salazar or Udall (D) and VanWise (G) and Barnett (Ch) Connecticut: Dodd (D) v. Streitz Masullo Bentley Orchullis or Wright (R) Florida: Castor Deutsch Penelas or Phillips (D) v. Byrd Gallagher Klayman Martinex McCollum McClellan Smith or Webster (R) or Letter (L) or Blass (I) or Zandman (I) Georgia: Leshaw or Squires v. Bartell Cain collins or Isakson (R) and Anderson or Buckley (L) Hawaii: Inouye or Youngquist (D) v. Friel (R) Idaho: Crapo (R) v. Illinois: Ryan Borling Hill Kathuria McKenna Oberwis Rauschenberger or Wright v. Hynes Obama Hull chico Pappas Skinner Washington or Johnson-Hunt (D) and Kohn (L) and Franzen (I) Indiana: Bayh (D) v. Scott or Wilkerson (R) Iowa: Grassley (R) v. Conlin or Small(D) and Watson (I) Welty (L) and Northrop (G) Kansas: Brownback or Graves Moran (R) v. Ruff (D) and Cook (Rfm) Kentucky: Bunning or Metcalf (R) v. Mongiardo or Williams (D) Louisiana: John Bernhard Kennedy or Morrell (D) v. Vitter (R) Maryland: Mikulski (D) v. Pipkin (R) Missouri: Bond (R) v. Farmer or Berry (D) and Millay (L) Nevada: Reid (D) v. Heller Tarkanian Tilley Wegener Woodcock or Ziser(R) New Hampshire: Gregg (R) v. Cohen (D) New York: Schumer (D) v. Benjamin Hilson Hoffmann Hirschfeld or Mills (R) and Washignton (Rfm) North Carolina: Bowles (D) v. Burr (R) North Dakota: Dorgan (DNL) v. Clark or Kelsch (R) Ohio: Voinovich (R) v. Fingerhut (D) and Daubenmire (C) Oklahoma: Anthony Coburn Humphreys or Murphy (R) v. Carson Fisher Johnson or Rogers (D) Oregon: Wyden (D) v. Broussard or Goberman (R) Hermach (Pac) or Fitzgerald (L) Pennsylvania: Specter or Toomey (R) v. Hoeffel (D) and Ali (I) South Carolina: Tenenbaum or Belk (D) v. Beasely Condon Davis DeMint McBride or Ravenel (R) and Feguson (Cit) South Dakota: Daschle or Giago (D) v. Thune or Tollefson (R) and Stone (L) Utah: Bennett (R) v. Van Dam (D) Vermont: Leahy (D) v. McMullen Vallee or Moss (R) and Ericson (M) Washington: Murray (D) v. Nethercutt or Davis (R) and Wilson (I) Wisconsin: Feingold (D) v. Gumz Lorge Michels Welch or Darrow (R)

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California
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Connecticut
Florida
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Hawaii
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Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
South Dakota
Utah
Vermont
Washington
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2004 House of Representative Elections
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama has 7 Seats: Alaska has 1 Seat: Arizona has 8 Seats: Arkansas has 4 Seats: California has 53 Seats: Colorado has 7 Seats: Connecticut has 5 Seats: Delaware has 1 GOP Seat District of Columbia has 1 Dem Delegate (Norton) Florida has 25 Seats: Georgia has 13 Seats: Hawaii has 2 Dem Seats Idaho has 2 GOP Seats Illinois has 19 Seats: Indiana has 9 Seats: Iowa has 5 Seats: Kansas has 4 Seats: Kentucky has 6 Seats: Louisiana has 7 Seats: Maine has 2 Seats: Maryland has 8 Seats: Massachusetts has 10 Dem Seats Michigan has 15 Seats: Minnesota has 8 Seats: Mississippi has 4 Seats: Missouri has 9 Seats: Montana has 1 GOP Seat: Nebraska has 3 GOP Seats Nevada has 3 Seats: New Hampshire has 2 Seats: New Jersey has 13 Seats: New Mexico has 3 Seats: New York has 29 Seats: North Carolina has 13 Seats: North Dakota has 1 Seat: Ohio has 18 Seats: Oklahoma has 5 Seats: Oregon has 5 Seats: Pennsylvania has 19 Seats: Rhode Island has 2 Seats: South Carolina has 6 Seats: South Dakota has 1 Seat: Tennessee has 9 Seats: Texas has 32 Seats: Utah has 3 Seats: Vermont has 1 Seat: Virginia has 11 Seats: Washington has 9 Seats: West Virginia has 3 Seats: Wisconsin has 8 Seats: Wyoming has 1 Seat:

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