The 1819 U.S. Presidential Election featured Treasury Secretary William Harris Crawford and New York Governor DeWitt Clinton.
Democratic-Republican party nomination
- Langdon Cheves, President of the Bank of the United States from South Carolina
- William Harris Crawford, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from Georgia
- William Lowndes, U.S. representative from South Carolina
- John Randolph, U.S. representative from Virginia
Crawford was nominated over a slight challange from Randolph, Lowndes, and Cheves. Secretary of State John Quincy Adams was nominated for vice president over Vice President Daniel D. Tompkins.
1819 Democratic-Republican Caucus
|Presidential ballot||1||2||Vice-presidential ballot||1|
|William Harris Crawford||34||40||John Quincy Adams||56|
|John Randolph||25||26||Daniel D. Tompkins||22|
New York Governor DeWitt Clinton after deciding not to run for the Democratic-Republican nomination, announced his candidacy as an independent. Richard Rush was nominated for vice president.
In spite of Clinton's attempt to rally disgruntled Democratic-Republicans and Federalists, there was never any real doubt that Crawford would win, and he did.
|Presidential candidate||Party||Home state||Popular vote||Electoral vote||Running mate||Running mate's home state||Running mate's electoral vote|
|William Harris Crawford||Democratic-Republican||Georgia||76,253 (66.1%)||220||John Quincy Adams||Massachusetts||220|
|DeWitt Clinton||Fusion||New York||41,224 (32.4%)||22||Richard Rush||Pennsylvania||22|
|(unpledged electors)||-||-||1,856 (1.5%)||-||-||-||-|