Interesting, both the Democratic and republican Parties run vaguely centre-right tickets, the Democratic Party being, on average, slightly to the right of the the Republicans, and with the Social Democrats offering a regular centre-left ticket.1964 was election year in the United States. Because Henry Cabot Lodge had served two terms as President, he could not seek re-election and the Republican nomination was open.
The Democrat national convention was held Atlantic City, New Jersey, from 24 to 27 August. (1) The delegates chose John Pastore, Senator from Rhode Island, as candidate for President, and William Fulbright, Senator from Arkansas, as Vice Presidential candidate.
The Republican Party met in San Francisco for their convention from 13 to 16 July. (2). The delegates voted for Nelson Rockefeller, Governor of New York as their candidate for President and Margaret Chase Smith, Senator from Maine, for Vice President.
At the Social Democrat convention held in Pittsburg from 27 to 30 July, Gaylord Nelson, Senator from Wisconsin, was chosen as candidate for President, and John Burroughs, Governor of New Mexico, as Vice Presidential candidate.
(1) This was in OTL.
(2) This was in OTL.
This means the result will be decided by the US House of Representatives, IIRC.
What were the results for each ticket in percentage?