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Barack Obama/Joe Biden 2,933,388 votes 51.48%

  • Party: Democratic
John McCain/Sarah Palin 2,674,491 votes 46.94%
  • Party: Republican
Ralph Nader/Matt Gonzalez 42,288 votes 0.74%
Bob Barr/Wayne Allyn Root 19,888 votes 0.35%
  • Party: Libertarian
Chuck Baldwin/Darrell L. Castle 12,550 votes 0.22%
  • Party: Constitution
Cynthia McKinney/Rosa A. Clemente 8,513 votes 0.15%
  • Party: Green
Richard Duncan/Ricky Johnson 3,902 votes 0.07%
Brian Moore/Stewart Alexander 2,731 votes 0.05%
  • Party: Other
Donald K. Allen/Christopher D. Borcik (Write-in) 212 votes 0.00%
Alan L. Keyes/Brian Rohrbough (Write-in) 160 votes 0.00%
Joe Schriner/Dale Way (Write-in) 71 votes 0.00%
Platt Robertson/Scott Falls (Write-in) 63 votes 0.00%
Jonathan Allen/Jeff Stath (Write-in) 2 votes 0.00%
James R. Germalic/Martin Wishnatsky (Write-in) 1 votes 0.00%

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