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Electoral history of Walter Mondale

Electoral history of Walter Mondale, 42nd Vice President of the United States (1977–1981); United States Senator (1964–1976) from Minnesota and 23rd Attorney General of Minnesota (1960–1964).

Minnesota Attorney General, 1962:

  • Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) – 730,783 (59.64%)
  • Robert L. Kunzig (R) – 494,621 (40.36%)
  • Minnesota United States Senate election, 1966:

  • Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) – 685,840 (53.94%)
  • Robert A. Forsythe (R) – 574,868 (45.21%)
  • Joseph Johnson (Socialist Workers) – 5,487 (0.43%)
  • William Braatz (Industrial Government) – 5,231 (0.41%)
  • 1972 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

  • George McGovern – 1,729 (57.37%)
  • Henry M. Jackson – 525 (17.42%)
  • George Wallace – 382 (12.67%)
  • Shirley Chisholm – 152 (5.04%)
  • Terry Sanford – 78 (2.59%)
  • Hubert Humphrey – 67 (2.22%)
  • Wilbur Mills – 34 (1.13%)
  • Edmund Muskie – 25 (0.83%)
  • Ted Kennedy – 13 (0.43%)
  • Wayne Hays – 5 (0.17%)
  • Eugene McCarthy – 2 (0.07%)
  • Ramsey Clark – 1 (0.03%)
  • Walter Mondale – 1 (0.03%)
  • Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party primary for the United States Senate, 1972:

  • Walter Mondale (inc.) – 230,679 (89.88%)
  • Tom Griffin – 11,266 (4.39%)
  • Richard Leaf – 7,750 (3.02%)
  • Ralph E. Franklin – 6,946 (2.71%)
  • Minnesota United States Senate election, 1972:

  • Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) – 981,320 (56.67%)
  • Phil Hansen (R) – 742,121 (42.86%)
  • Karl H. Heck (Socialist Labor) – 8,192 (0.47%)
  • 1976 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):

  • Walter Mondale2,817 (94.28%)
  • Carl Albert – 36 (1.21%)
  • Barbara Jordan – 25 (0.84%)
  • Ron Dellums – 20 (0.67%)
  • Henry M. Jackson – 16 (0.54%)
  • Gary Benoit – 12 (0.40%)
  • Frank Church – 11 (0.37%)
  • Fritz Efaw – 11 (0.37%)
  • Peter Flaherty – 11 (0.37%)
  • George Wallace – 6 (0.20%)
  • Allard Lowenstein – 5 (0.17%)
  • Edmund Muskie – 4 (0.13%)
  • Philip Hart – 2 (0.07%)
  • Thomas E. Morgan – 2 (0.07%)
  • Mo Udall – 2 (0.07%)
  • Wendell Anderson – 1 (0.03%)
  • Al Castro – 1 (0.03%)
  • Fred R. Harris – 1 (0.03%)
  • Ernest Hollings – 1 (0.03%)
  • Peter Rodino – 1 (0.03%)
  • Daniel Schorr – 1 (0.03%)
  • Josephnie Smith – 1 (0.03%)
  • Hunter S. Thompson – 1 (0.03%)
  • United States presidential election, 1976

  • Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (D) – 40,831,881 (50.1%) and 297 electoral votes (55.2%, 23 states and D.C. carried)
  • Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (R) – 39,148,634 (48.0%) and 240 electoral votes (44.6%, 27 states carried)
  • Ronald Reagan/Bob Dole – 1 (0.2%) electoral vote (Washington faithless elector)
  • Eugene McCarthy (I) – 740,460 (0.9%)
  • Roger McBride/David Bergland (LBT) – 172,553 (0.2%)
  • Lester Maddox/William Dyke (American Independent) – 170,274 (0.2%)
  • Thomas J. Anderson/Rufus Shackelford (American) – 158,271 (0.2%)
  • Peter Camejo/Willie Mae Reid (Socialist Workers) – 90,986 (0.1%)
  • Others – 218,525 (0.3%)
  • 1980 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

  • Jimmy Carter (inc.) – 2,123 (64.04%)
  • Ted Kennedy – 1,151 (34.72%)
  • William Proxmire – 10 (0.30%)
  • Koryne Kaneski Horbal – 5 (0.15%)
  • Scott M. Matheson – 5 (0.15%)
  • Ron Dellums – 3 (0.09%)
  • Robert Byrd – 2 (0.06%)
  • John Culver – 2 (0.06%)
  • Kent Hance – 2 (0.06%)
  • Jennings Randolph – 2 (0.06%)
  • Warren Spannaus – 2 (0.06%)
  • Alice Tripp – 2 (0.06%)
  • Jerry Brown – 1 (0.03%)
  • Dale Bumpers – 1 (0.03%)
  • Hugh L. Carey – 1 (0.03%)
  • Walter Mondale – 1 (0.03%)
  • Edmund Muskie – 1 (0.03%)
  • Thomas J. Steed – 1 (0.03%)
  • 1980 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):

  • Walter Mondale (inc.) – 2,429 (72.99%)
  • Abstaining – 724 (21.76%)
  • Melvin Boozer – 49 (1.44%)
  • Ed Rendell – 28 (0.84%)
  • Roberto A. Mondragon – 19 (0.57%)
  • Patricia Stone Simon – 11 (0.33%)
  • Tom Daschle – 10 (0.30%)
  • Ted Kulongoski – 8 (0.24%)
  • Shirley Chisholm – 6 (0.18%)
  • Terry Chisholm – 6 (0.18%)
  • Barbara Jordan – 4 (0.12%)
  • Richard M. Nolan – 4 (0.12%)
  • Patrick Joseph Lucey – 3 (0.09%)
  • Jerry Brown – 2 (0.06%)
  • George McGovern – 2 (0.06%)
  • Eric Tovar – 2 (0.06%)
  • Mo Udall – 2 (0.06%)
  • Les Aspin – 1 (0.03%)
  • Mario Biaggi – 1 (0.03%)
  • George S. Broody – 1 (0.03%)
  • Michella Kathleen Gray – 1 (0.03%)
  • Michael J. Carrington – 1 (0.03%)
  • Frank Johnson – 1 (0.03%)
  • Eunice Kennedy Shriver – 1 (0.03%)
  • Dennis Krumm – 1 (0.03%)
  • Mary Ann Kuharski – 1 (0.03%)
  • Jim McDermott – 1 (0.03%)
  • Barbara Mikulski – 1 (0.03%)
  • Gaylord Nelson – 1 (0.03%)
  • George Orwell – 1 (0.03%)
  • Charles Prine – 1 (0.03%)
  • William A. Redmond – 1 (0.03%)
  • Jim Thomas – 1 (0.03%)
  • Elly Uharis – 1 (0.03%)
  • Jim Weaver – 1 (0.03%)
  • William Winpisinger – 1 (0.03%)
  • United States presidential election, 1980:

  • Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush (R) – 43,903,230 (50.7%) and 489 electoral votes (90.9%, 44 states carried)
  • Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (D) (inc.) – 35,480,115 (41.0%) and 49 electoral votes (9.1%, 6 states and D.C. carried)
  • John B. Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (I) – 5,719,850 (6.6%)
  • Ed Clark/David H. Koch (LBT) – 921,128 (1.1%)
  • Barry Commoner/LaDonna Harris (Citizens) – 233,052 (0.3%)
  • John Rarick/Eileen Shearer (American Independent) – 40,906 (0.0%)
  • Ellen McCormack/Carroll Driscoll (Right to Life) – 32,320 (0.0%)
  • Others – 252,303 (0.3%)
  • 1984 Democratic presidential primaries:

  • Walter Mondale6,952,912 (38.32%)
  • Gary Hart – 6,504,842 (35.85%)
  • Jesse Jackson – 3,282,431 (18.09%)
  • John Glenn – 617,909 (3.41%)
  • George McGovern – 334,801 (1.85%)
  • Unpledged delegates – 146,212 (0.81%)
  • Lyndon LaRouche – 123,649 (0.68%)
  • Reubin O'Donovan Askew – 52,759 (0.29%)
  • Alan Cranston – 51,437 (0.28%)
  • Ernest Hollings – 33,684 (0.19%)
  • 1984 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

  • Walter Mondale2,191 (56.41%)
  • Gary Hart – 1,201 (30.92%)
  • Jesse Jackson – 466 (12.00%)
  • Thomas Eagleton – 18 (0.46%)
  • George McGovern – 4 (0.10%)
  • John Glenn – 2 (0.05%)
  • Joe Biden – 1 (0.03%)
  • Martha Kirkland – 1 (0.03%)
  • United States presidential election, 1984:

  • Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush (R) (inc.) – 54,455,472 (58.8%) and 525 electoral votes (97.58%, 49 states carried)
  • Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro (D) – 37,577,352 (40.6%) and 13 electoral votes (2.42%, 1 state and D.C. carried)
  • David Bergland/James A. Lewis (LBT) – 228,111 (0.3%)
  • Others – 392,298 (0.4%)
  • Minnesota United States Senate election, 2002:

  • Norm Coleman (R) – 1,116,697 (49.53%)
  • Walter Mondale (DFL) – 1,067,246 (47.34%)
  • Jim Moore (Minnesota Independence Party) – 45,139 (2.00%)
  • Paul Wellstone (DFL) (write-in) – 11,381 (0.51%)
  • Ray Tricomo (Green) – 10,119 (0.45%)
  • Miro Drago Kovatchevich (CST) – 2,254 (0.10%)
  • Others – 1,796 (0.08%)
  • References

    Electoral history of Walter Mondale Wikipedia


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