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Electoral history of Hillary Clinton

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Electoral history of Hillary Clinton

Electoral history of Hillary Clinton, 67th United States Secretary of State (2009–2013), United States Senator from New York (2001–2009), First Lady of the United States (1993–2001) and a candidate for the 2008 and 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.

Contents

Legal Services Corporation nominations, 1978 and 1980

Confirmation in the United States Senate:

1978

  • Confirmed for a two-year term, expiring in 1980.
  • 1980

  • Confirmed for a three-year term, expiring in 1983.
  • New York United States Senate election, 2000

    Democratic primary for United States Senate from New York, 2000

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 565,353 (81.98%)
  • Mark P. McMahon - 124,315 (18.03%)
  • New York United States Senate election, 2000:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) - 3,747,310 (55.27%)
  • Rick Lazio (R) - 2,915,730 (43.01%)
  • Jeffrey E. Graham (Independence) - 43,181 (0.64%)
  • Mark Dunau (Green) - 40,991 (0.61%)
  • John O. Adefope (Right to Life) - 21,439 (0.32%)
  • John Clifton (LBT) - 4,734 (0.07%)
  • Louis P. Wein (CST) - 3,414 (0.05%)
  • Jacob J. Perasso (Socialist Workers) - 3,040 (0.05%)
  • Clinton also ran on the Working Families and Liberal lines, while Lazio on Conservative

    New York United States Senate election, 2006

    Working Families Party United States Senate convention, 2006:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (inc.) - 9,364 (93.64%)
  • Jonathan Tasini - 636 (6.36%)
  • Democratic primary for United States Senate from New York, 2006:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (inc.) - 640,955 (83.68%)
  • Jonathan Tasini - 124,999 (16.32%)
  • New York United States Senate election, 2006:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) (inc.) - 3,008,428 (67.00%)
  • John Spencer (R) - 1,392,189 (31.01%)
  • Howie Hawkins (Green) - 55,469 (1.24%)
  • Jeff Russell (LBT) - 20,996 (0.47%)
  • Róger Calero (Socialist Workers) - 6,967 (0.16%)
  • Bill Van Auken (Socialist Equality) - 6,004 (0.13%)
  • Clinton also ran on Independence and Working Families line, while Spencer on Conservative

    United States presidential election, 2008

    Democratic Party presidential primaries, 2008

    Excluding penalized contests, only primary and caucuses votes:

  • Barack Obama - 16,706,853 (49.03%)
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 16,239,821 (47.66%)
  • John Edwards* - 742,010 (2.17%)
  • Bill Richardson* - 89,054 (0.26%)
  • Uncommitted - 82,660 (0.24%)
  • Dennis Kucinich* - 68,482 (0.2%)
  • Joe Biden* - 64,041 (0.18%)
  • Mike Gravel* - 27,662 (0.08%)
  • Christopher Dodd* - 25,300 (0.07%)
  • Others - 22,556 (0.06%)
  • Including penalized contests:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 18,225,175 (48.03%)
  • Barack Obama - 17,988,182 (47.41%)
  • John Edwards* - 1,006,275 (2.65%)
  • Uncommitted - 299,610 (0.79%)
  • Bill Richardson* - 106,073 (0.28%)
  • Dennis Kucinich* - 103,994 (0.27%)
  • Joe Biden* - 81,641 (0.22%)
  • Scattering - 44,348 (0.12%)
  • Mike Gravel* - 40,251 (0.11%)
  • Christopher Dodd* - 35,281 (0.09%)
  • (* - dropped out from race before end of caucuses and primaries)

    2008 Democratic delegate counts (just before dropping out): (2,118 delegates needed to secure nomination)

    Secretary of State nomination, 2009

    Confirmation in the United States Senate:

  • Yea - 94
  • Nay - 2
  • Non-voting - 2
  • United States presidential election, 2016

    2016 Democratic presidential primaries popular vote

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 16,914,722 (55.23%)
  • Bernie Sanders - 13,206,428 (43.12%)
  • Martin O'Malley - 110,423 (0.36%)
  • Others - 394,293 (1.30%)
  • 2016 Democratic delegate counts: (2,382 delegates needed to secure nomination)

    Clinton was defeated by Republican Donald Trump in the presidential election on November 8, 2016.

    References

    Electoral history of Hillary Clinton Wikipedia


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