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|Popular Vote||Electoral Vote|
|John Kennedy||Lyndon Johnson||Democratic
|Richard Nixon||Henry Lodge||Republican
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|Election Tools for 1960|
|Results for an Individual State:|
- In Mississippi, the eight Unpledged Electors voted for Harry Byrd (President) and Strom Thurmond (Vice President).
- In Oklahoma, one Nixon Elector cast his vote for Harry Byrd (President) and Barry Goldwater (Vice President).
- In Alabama, the 11 Presidential Electors were directly elected. Due to the result of a state primary, five of the Democratic electors on the general election ballot were loyalists pledged to Kennedy and the remaining six were Free electors, not pledged to the Democratic national ticket. These six Unpledged electors cast their ballots for Harry Byrd (President) and Strom Thurmond (Vice President).
- Electoral Vote Map Note: there is no implied geographical significance as to the location of the shaded areas for Alabama's split electoral votes.
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