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Answered 2012-10-24 20:39:36

1968 U. S. Presidential / Vice Presidential Election Results:

  1. 301 votes - Richard M. Nixon / Spiro T. Agnew (Republican Party)
  2. 191 votes - Hubert H. Humphrey / Edmund S. Muskie (Democratic Party)
  3. 46 votes - George C. Wallace / Curtis E. LeMay (American Party)

270 votes - minimum required

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