Major Party Candidates Who Got the Most Votes

Which major party candidates have garnered the most votes over the course of their presidential campaigns?
Dates back to 1928
An asterix indicates a won election
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Last updated: December 12, 2020
First submittedOctober 29, 2020
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137,207,312*
Donald Trump
135,414,311**
Barack Obama
113,495,774****
Franklin Roosevelt
113,060,650**
Richard Nixon
112,496,612**
George W. Bush
98,358,702**
Ronald Reagan
92,311,074**
Bill Clinton
87,991,147*
George H. W. Bush
81,282,896*
Joe Biden
76,311,996*
Jimmy Carter
69,654,709**
Dwight Eisenhower
65,853,514
Hillary Clinton
60,933,504
Mitt Romney
59,948,323
John McCain
59,028,444
John Kerry
53,403,118
Adlai Stevenson
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50,999,897
Al Gore
44,009,221
Thomas Dewey
43,127,041*
Lyndon Johnson
41,809,074
Michael Dukakis
39,197,469
Bob Dole
39,148,634
Gerald Ford
37,577,352
Walter Mondale
37,188,377*
Herbert Hoover
34,220,984*
John F. Kennedy
31,271,839
Hubert Humphrey
29,173,222
George McGovern
27,175,754
Barry Goldwater
24,179,347*
Harry Truman
22,347,744
Wendell Wilkie
16,679,543
Alf Landon
15,015,464
Al Smith
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