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Electoral history of Bill Clinton

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Electoral history of Bill Clinton

Electoral history of Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States (1993–2001); 40th and 42nd Governor of Arkansas (1979–1981 and 1983–1992).

Contents

Congressional races

Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton - 59,697 (43.60%)
  • Gene Rainwater - 36,145 (26.40%)
  • David Stewart - 34,959 (25.53%)
  • James A. Scanlon - 6,121 (4.47%)
  • Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974 (Democratic primary runoff)

  • Bill Clinton - 37,788 (68.96%)
  • Gene Rainwater - 17,011 (31.04%)
  • Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974

  • John Paul Hammerschmidt (R) (inc.) - 89,324 (51.83%)
  • Bill Clinton (D) - 83,030 (48.17%)
  • Statewide races in Arkansas

    Arkansas Attorney General, 1976 (Democratic primary):

  • Bill Clinton - 56%
  • George Jernigan - 25%
  • Clarence Cash - 19%
  • Arkansas Attorney General, 1976

  • Bill Clinton (D) - elected unopposed
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1978 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton - 341,118 (59.55%)
  • Joe Woodward - 123,674 (21.59%)
  • Frank Lady - 76,026 (13.27%)
  • Randall Mathis - 26,096 (4.56%)
  • Monroe Schwarzlose - 5,898 (1.03%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1978

  • Bill Clinton (D) - 335,101 (63.36%)
  • Lynn Lowe (R) - 193,746 (36.64%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1980 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 306,735 (68.87%)
  • Monroe Schwarzlose - 138,660 (31.13%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1980

  • Frank D. White (R) - 435,684 (51.93%)
  • Bill Clinton (D) (inc.) - 403,241 (48.07%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton - 236,961 (41.78%)
  • Joe Purcell - 166,066 (29.28%)
  • Jim Guy Tucker - 129,362 (22.81%)
  • Kim Hendren - 21,829 (3.85%)
  • Monroe Schwarzlose - 12,907 (2.28%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982 (Democratic primary runoff)

  • Bill Clinton - 239,209 (53.69%)
  • Joe Purcell - 206,358 (46.31%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982

  • Bill Clinton (D) - 431,855 (54.71%)
  • Frank D. White (R) (inc.) - 357,496 (45.29%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1984 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 317,577 (64.46%)
  • Lonnie Turner - 119,266 (24.21%)
  • Kermit Moss - 31,727 (6.44%)
  • Monroe Schwarzlose - 24,116 (4.90%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1984

  • Bill Clinton (D) (inc.) - 554,561 (62.55%)
  • Woody Freeman (R) - 331,987 (37.45%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 315,397 (60.58%)
  • Orval E. Faubus - 174,402 (33.50%)
  • W. Dean Goldsby - 30,829 (5.92%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986

  • Bill Clinton (D) (inc.) - 439,882 (63.89%)
  • Frank D. White (R) - 248,427 (36.08%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1990 (Democratic primary)

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 269,329 (54.84%)
  • Tom McRae - 190,887 (38.87%)
  • Joe Holmes - 9,659 (1.97%)
  • Jerry Tolliver - 8,629 (1.76%)
  • Cyrus Young - 4,301 (0.88%)
  • Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1990

  • Bill Clinton (D) (inc.) - 400,386 (57.49%)
  • Sheffield Nelson (R) - 295,925 (42.49%)
  • Presidential elections

    Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1992

  • Bill Clinton - 10,482,411 (52.01%)
  • Jerry Brown - 4,071,232 (20.20%)
  • Paul Tsongas - 3,656,010 (18.14%)
  • Unpledged - 750,873 (3.73%)
  • Bob Kerrey - 318,457 (1.58%)
  • Tom Harkin - 280,304 (1.39%)
  • Lyndon LaRouche - 154,599 (0.77%)
  • Eugene McCarthy - 108,678 (0.54%)
  • Charles Woods - 88,948 (0.44%)
  • Larry Agran - 58,611 (0.29%)
  • Ross Perot - 54,755 (0.27%)
  • Ralph Nader - 35,935 (0.18%)
  • Louis Stokes - 29,983 (0.15%)
  • Angus Wheeler McDonald - 9,900 (0.05%)
  • J. Louis McAlpine - 7,911 (0.04%)
  • George W. Benns - 7,887 (0.04%)
  • Rufus T. Higginbotham - 7,705 (0.04%)
  • Tom Howard Hawks - 7,434 (0.04%)
  • Stephen Bruke - 5,261 (0.03%)
  • Tom Laughin - 5,202 (0.03%)
  • Tom Shiekman - 4,965 (0.03%)
  • Jeffrey F. Marsh - 2,445 (0.01%)
  • George Ballard - 2,067 (0.01%)
  • Ray Rollinson - 1,206 (0.01%)
  • Leonora Fulani - 402 (0.00%)
  • Douglas Wilder - 240 (0.00%)
  • 1992 Democratic National Convention

  • Bill Clinton - 3,372 (80.27%)
  • Jerry Brown - 596 (14.19%)
  • Paul Tsongas - 209 (4.98%)
  • Robert P. Casey - 10 (0.24%)
  • Patricia Schroeder - 8 (0.19%)
  • Larry Agran - 3 (0.07%)
  • Ron Daniels - 1 (0.02%)
  • Al Gore - 1 (0.02%)
  • Joe Simonetta 1 (0.02%)
  • United States presidential election, 1992

  • Bill Clinton/Al Gore (D) - 44,909,806 (43.0%) and 370 electoral votes (32 states and D.C. carried)
  • George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle (R) (inc.) - 39,104,550 (37.4%) and 168 electoral votes (18 states carried)
  • Ross Perot/James Stockdale (I) - 19,743,821 (18.9%)
  • Andre Marrou/Nancy Lord (Libertarian) - 290,087 (0.3%)
  • Bo Gritz/Cy Minett (Populist) - 106,152 (0.1%)
  • Lenora Fulani/Maria Muñoz (New Alliance) - 73,622 (0.07%)
  • Howard Phillips/Albion Knight, Jr. (Taxpayers) - 43,369 (0.04%)
  • Others - 152,516 (0.13%)
  • Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1996

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 9,706,802 (88.98%)
  • Lyndon LaRouche - 596,422 (5.47%)
  • Unpledged - 411,270 (3.77%)
  • 1996 Democratic National Convention

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 4,277 (99.72%)
  • Abstaining - 12 (0.28%)
  • United States presidential election, 1996

  • Bill Clinton/Al Gore (D) (inc.) - 47,402,357 (49.2%) and 379 electoral votes (31 states and D.C. carried)
  • Bob Dole/Jack Kemp (R) - 39,198,755 (40.7%) and 159 electoral votes (19 states carried)
  • Ross Perot/Pat Choate (Reform) - 8,085,402 (8.4%)
  • Ralph Nader/Winona LaDuke (Green) - 685,297 (0.7%)
  • Harry Browne/Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian) - 485,798 (0.5%)
  • Howard Phillips/Herbert Titus (Taxpayers) - 184,820 (0.2%)
  • John Hagelin/Michael Tompkins (Natural Law) - 113,670 (0.1%)
  • Others - 121,534 (0.1%)
  • References

    Electoral history of Bill Clinton Wikipedia


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