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United States presidential election, 2032
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2028 ← November 2, 2032 → 2036

540 electoral votes of the Electoral College

271 electoral votes needed to win

Turnout 51.3% (voting eligible)
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Nominee George P. Bush Anthony Adams
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Texas West Virginia
Running mate Denise Batson Robert Johnson
Electoral vote 308 232
States carried 32 18 + DC
Popular vote 79,693,590 73,790,360
Percentage 51.3% 47.5%

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Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Bush/Batson, Blue denotes those won by Adams/Johnson. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

President before election

Donald Coleman

Elected President

George P. Bush

The United States presidential election of 2024 was the 62nd quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 2, 2032. The Senator for Texas George P. Bush, the Republican candidate, was elected against Governor Anthony Adams of West Virginia, the Democratic candidate.

Bush (the nephew to former President George W. Bush) was the leading candidate after a close second place showing in the 2028 Republican primaries. The Democratic party was far more fractured however, the conservative and liberal factions choosing the compromise dark horse candidate Anthony Adams from West Virginia after the incumbent President and Vice President (Donald Coleman and Will Sparkaman) refused to run for office.

Running on a platform that took advantage the lagging financial condition under President Coleman and the Democratic Congress, Senator Bush succeeded in swinging enough voters towards his more moderate plans for the nation's economy.

Adams on the other hand experienced extended problems in his "southern strategy" which called for winning over several key southern states whilst ignoring the solidly Democratic north. This resulted in the erosion of support in the traditionally Democratic north (which ultimately contributed to his opponents election), but also succeeded in winning over the states of Georgia and West Virginia, both of which hadn't voted Democratic since 1992 and 1996 respectively.