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STATISTICS

OF THE

PRESIDENTIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION

OF

NOVEMBER 5, 1996



SHOWING THE HIGHEST VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, AND THE VOTE CAST
FOR EACH NOMINEE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR, REPRESENTATIVE, RESIDENT
COMMISSIONER, AND DELEGATE TO THE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS,
TOGETHER WITH A RECAPITULATION THEREOF, INCLUDING THE ELECTORAL VOTE




COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES BY

ROBIN H. CARLE

CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


(Corrected to July 23, 1997)






ALABAMA


For Presidential Electors
Republican769,044
Democratic662,165
Independent 1 95,030
Libertarian5,290
Natural Law1,697
Write-in1,123

For United States Senator
Jeff Sessions, Republican786,436
Roger Bedford, Democrat681,651
Mark Thornton, Libertarian21,550
Charles R. Hebner, Natural Law9,123
Write-in 633

For United States Representative
1.Sonny Callahan, Republican132,206
Don Womack, Democrat69,470
Bob Burns, Libertarian3,311
Write-in430
2.Terry Everett, Republican132,563
Bob Gaines, Democrat74,317
Michael Probst, Libertarian2,653
Write-in260
3.Bob Riley, Republican98,353
T. D. (Ted) Little, Democrat92,325
Ralph "R.E." Stokes, Libertarian1,983
Lucy Lawrence, Natural Law2,335
Write-in51
4.Robert B. Aderholt, Republican102,741
Robert T. (Bob) Wilson, Jr., Democrat99,250
Alan Barksdale, Libertarian3,718
Write-in208
5.Wayne Parker, Republican86,727
Robert E. (Bud) Cramer, Jr., Democrat114,442
Craig Goodrich, Libertarian1,856
Shirley J. Madison, Natural Law2,484
Write-in38
6.Spencer Bachus, Republican180,781
Mary Lynn Bates, Democrat69,592
T. Franklin Harris, Libertarian2,293
Diane Susan Vogel, Natural Law2,113
Write-in80
7.Joe Powell, Republican52,142
Earl F. Hilliard, Democrat136,651
Ken Hager, Libertarian3,157
Write-in163

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Alabama


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Libertarian Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district132,20669,470---3,311---430205,417
2d district132,56374,317---2,653---260209,793
3d district98,35392,325---1,9832,33551195,047
4th district102,74199,250---3,718---208205,917
5th district86,727114,442---1,8562,48438205,547
6th district180,78169,592---2,2932,11380254,859
7th district52,142136,651---3,157---163192,113
Total785,513656,047---18,9716,9321,2301,468,693
Senator786,436681,651---21,5509,1236331,499,393
Presidential electors769,044662,165 1 95,0305,2901,6971,1231,534,349

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States: 92,149 for Reform Party; 2,365 for U.S. Taxpayers Party; and 516 for Socialist Workers Party.




ALASKA


For Presidential Electors
Republican122,746
Democratic80,380
Green7,597
Reform26,333
Libertarian2,276
U.S. Taxpayers925
Natural Law729
Write-in634

For United States Senator
Ted Stevens, Republican177,893
Theresa Nangle Obermeyer, Democrat23,977
Jed Whittaker, Green29,037
Write-in 1,009

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Don Young, Republican138,834 Georgianna "Georg" Lincoln, Democrat85,114 John J. G. "Johnny" Grames, Green4,513 William J. Nemec II, Alaskan Independence5,017 Write-in222
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Alaska


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Green Reform Alaskan Independence Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Natural Law Write-in Total
Representative:
At large138,83485,1144,513---5,017---------222233,700
Senator177,89323,97729,037---------------1,009231,916
Presidential electors122,74680,3807,59726,333---2,276925729634241,620





ARIZONA


For Presidential Electors
Republican622,073
Democratic653,288
Reform112,072
Libertarian14,358
Other41
Write-in2,573

For United States Representative
1.Matt Salmon, Republican135,634
John Cox, Democrat89,738
2.Jim Buster, Republican38,786
Ed Pastor, Democrat81,982
Alice Bangle, Libertarian5,333
3.Bob Stump, Republican175,231
Alexander "Big Al" Schneider, Democrat88,214
4.John B. Shadegg, Republican150,486
Maria Elena Milton, Democrat74,857
5.Jim Kolbe, Republican179,349
Mort Nelson, Democrat67,597
Ed Finkelstein, Reform6,630
John C. Zajac, Libertarian7,322
6.J. D. Hayworth, Republican121,431
Steve Owens, Democrat118,957
Robert Anderson, Libertarian14,899

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Arizona


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Other Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district135,63489,738------------225,372
2d district38,78681,982---5,333------126,101
3d district175,23188,214------------263,445
4th district150,48674,857------------225,343
5th district179,34967,5976,6307,322------260,898
6th district121,431118,957---14,899------255,287
Total800,917521,3456,63027,554------1,356,446
Presidential electors622,073653,288112,07214,358412,5731,404,405





ARKANSAS


For Presidential Electors
Republican325,416
Democratic475,171
Reform69,884
Green3,649
Libertarian3,076
U.S. Taxpayers2,065
America First932
Looking Back749
Workers World747
Natural Law729
Socialist538
Prohibition483
Unaffiliated823

For United States Senator
Y. Tim Hutchinson, Republican445,942
Winston Bryant, Democrat400,241

For United States Representative
1.Warren Dupwe, Republican88,436
Marion Berry, Democrat105,280
Keith Carle, Reform5,734
2.Bud Cummins, Republican104,548
Vic Snyder, Democrat114,841
3.Asa Hutchinson, Republican137,093
Ann Henry, Democrat102,994
Tony Joe Huffman, Reform5,974
Dan Ivy, Write-in71
4.Jay Dickey, Republican125,956
Vincent Tolliver, Democrat72,391


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Arkansas
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Green Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers America First Looking Back Workers World Natural Law Socialist Prohibition Unaffiliated Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district88,436105,2805,734---------------------------------199,450
2d district104,548114,841------------------------------------219,389
3d district137,093102,9945,974------------------------------71246,132
4th district125,95672,391------------------------------------198,347
Total456,033395,50611,708------------------------------71863,318
Senator445,942400,241------------------------------------846,183
Presidential electors325,416475,17169,8843,6493,0762,065932749747729538483823---884,262





CALIFORNIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican3,828,381
Democratic5,119,835
Reform697,847
Libertarian73,600
Green237,016
Natural Law15,403
American Independent (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)21,202
Peace and Freedom25,332
Write-in853

For United States Representative
1.Frank Riggs, Republican110,243
Michela Alioto, Democrat96,522
Emil Rossi, Libertarian15,354
2.Wally Herger, Republican144,913
Roberts A. Braden, Democrat80,401
William Brunner, Libertarian5,759
Patrice Thiessen, Natural Law7,253
3.Tim Lefever, Republican91,134
Vic Fazio, Democrat118,663
Timothy R. Erich, Reform7,701
Erin D. Donelle, Libertarian4,239
4.John T. Doolittle, Republican164,048
Katie Hirning, Democrat97,948
Patrick Lee McHargue, Libertarian9,319
5.Robert S. Dinsmore, Republican52,940
Robert T. Matsui, Democrat142,618
Joseph B. Miller, Libertarian2,548
Charles Kersey, Natural Law2,123
Gordon Mors, American Independent2,231
6.Duane C. Hughes, Republican86,278
Lynn C. Woolsey, Democrat156,958
Bruce Kendall, Natural Law4,141
Ernest K. Jones, Jr., Peace & Freedom6,459
7.Norman H. Reece, Republican42,542
George Miller, Democrat137,089
William C. Thompson, Reform6,866
Bob Liatunick, Natural Law4,420
8.Justin Raimondo, Republican25,739
Nancy Pelosi, Democrat175,216
David Smithstein, Natural Law6,783
9.Deborah Wright, Republican37,126
Ronald V. Dellums, Democrat154,806
Jack Forem, Natural Law3,475
Tom Condit, Peace & Freedom5,561
10.Bill Baker, Republican133,633
Ellen O. Tauscher, Democrat137,726
John Place, Reform6,354
Gregory K. Lyon, Libertarian2,423
Valerie Janlois, Natural Law3,047
11.Richard W. Pombo, Republican107,477
Jason Silva, Democrat65,536
Kelly Rego, Libertarian5,077
Selene L. Bush, Natural Law3,006
12.Storm Jenkins, Republican49,276
Tom Lantos, Democrat149,049
Christopher V.A. Schmidt, Libertarian6,111
Richard Borg, Natural Law3,472
13.James S. Fay, Republican53,385
Fortney Pete Stark, Democrat114,408
Terry C. Savage, Libertarian7,746
14.Ben Brink, Republican71,571
Anna G. Eshoo, Democrat148,773
Joseph W. Dehn III, Libertarian3,492
Robert Wells, Natural Law2,144
Timothy Thompson, Peace & Freedom3,653
15.Tom Campbell, Republican132,737
Dick Lane, Democrat79,048
Valli Sharpe-Geisler, Reform6,230
Ed Wimmers, Libertarian5,481
Bruce Currivan, Natural Law3,372
16.Chuck Wojslaw, Republican43,197
Zoe Lofgren, Democrat94,020
David R. Bonino, Libertarian4,124
Abaan Abu-Shumays, Natural Law1,866
17.Jess Brown, Republican73,856
Sam Farr, Democrat115,116
John H. Black, Natural Law6,573
18.Bill Conrad, Republican52,695
Gary A. Condit, Democrat108,827
James B. Morzella, Libertarian2,233
Page Roth Riskin, Natural Law1,831
19.George P. Radanovich, Republican137,402
Paul Barile, Democrat58,452
Pamela J. Pescosolido, Libertarian6,083
David P. Adalian, Sr., Natural Law4,442
20.Trice Harvey, Republican45,276
Calvin M. Dooley, Democrat65,381
Jonathan J. Richter, Libertarian5,048
21.William M. Thomas, Republican125,916
Deborah A. Vollmer, Democrat50,694
John Evans, Reform8,113
Mike Hodges, Libertarian3,049
Jane Bialosky, Natural Law3,380
22.Andrea H. Seastrand, Republican107,987
Walter H. Capps, Democrat118,299
Steven Wheeler, Independent9,845
Richard D. `Dick' Porter, Reform3,975
David L. Bersohn, Libertarian2,233
Dawn Tomastik, Natural Law1,847
23.Elton Gallegly, Republican118,880
Robert R. Unruhe, Democrat70,035
Gail Lightfoot, Libertarian8,346
Stephen Hospodar, Natural Law2,246
24.Rich Sybert, Republican93,629
Brad Sherman, Democrat106,193
Erich Miller, Libertarian5,691
Ron Lawrence, Natural Law3,068
Ralph Shroyer, Peace & Freedom6,267
25.Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, Republican122,428
Diane Trautman, Democrat65,089
Bruce Acker, Libertarian6,173
Justin Charles Gerber, Peace & Freedom2,513
26.Bill Glass, Republican29,332
Howard L. Berman, Democrat67,525
Scott K. Fritschler, Libertarian3,539
Gary Hearne, Natural Law2,119
27.James E. Rogan, Republican95,310
Doug Kahn, Democrat82,014
Elizabeth Michael, Libertarian6,645
Walt Contreras Sheasby, Green4,195
Martin Zucker, Natural Law1,766
28.David Dreier, Republican113,389
David Levering, Democrat69,037
Ken Saurenman, Libertarian4,459
29.Paul Stepanek, Republican52,857
Henry A. Waxman, Democrat145,278
Mike Binkley, Libertarian4,766
Brian Rees, Natural Law3,097
John Peter Daly, Peace & Freedom8,819
30.Patricia Jean Parker, Republican15,078
Xavier Becerra, Democrat58,283
Pam Probst, Libertarian2,759
Rosemary Watson-Frith, Natural Law1,971
Shirley Mandel, Peace & Freedom2,499
31.John V. Flores, Republican28,705
Matthew G. Martinez, Democrat69,285
Michael B. Everling, Libertarian4,700
32.Larry Ardito, Republican18,768
Julian C. Dixon, Democrat124,712
Neal Donner, Libertarian6,390
Rashied Jibri, Natural Law1,557
33.John P. Leonard, Republican8,147
Lucille Roybal-Allard, Democrat47,478
Howard Johnson, Libertarian2,203
34.David G. Nunez, Republican36,852
Esteban Edward Torres, Democrat94,730
David Argall, Libertarian2,736
J. Walter Scott, American Independent4,122
35.Eric Carlson, Republican13,116
Maxine Waters, Democrat92,762
Gordon Michael Mego, American Independent2,610
36.Susan Brooks, Republican98,538
Jane Harman, Democrat117,752
Bruce Dovner, Libertarian4,933
Bradley McManus, Natural Law3,236
37.Michael E. Voetee, Republican15,399
Juanita Millender-McDonald, Democrat87,247
38.Stephen Horn, Republican88,136
Rick Zbur, Democrat71,627
Paul N. Gautreau, Libertarian3,272
William A. Yeager, Green4,610
39.Edward R. Royce, Republican120,761
R. O. `Bob' Davis, Democrat61,392
Jack Dean, Libertarian10,137
40.Jerry Lewis, Republican98,821
Robert `Bob' Conaway, Democrat44,102
Joseph T. Kelley, Libertarian4,375
Hale McGee, American Independent4,963
41.Jay Kim, Republican83,934
Richard L. Waldron, Democrat47,346
Richard G. Newhouse, Libertarian7,135
David F. Kramer, Natural Law5,030
42.Linda M. Wilde, Republican51,170
George E. Brown, Jr., Democrat52,166
43.Ken Calvert, Republican97,247
Guy C. Kimbrough, Democrat67,422
Gene L. Berkman, Libertarian3,086
Annie Wallack, Natural Law6,576
Kevin Akin, Peace & Freedom3,309
44.Sonny Bono, Republican110,643
Anita Rufus, Democrat73,844
Karen Wilkinson, Natural Law3,143
Donald Cochran, American Independent3,888
45.Dana Rohrabacher, Republican125,326
Sally J. Alexander, Democrat68,312
Mark F. Murphy, Libertarian8,813
Rand McDevitt, Natural Law3,071
46.Robert K. Dornan, Republican46,980
Loretta Sanchez, Democrat47,964
Lawrence J. Stafford, Reform3,535
Thomas E. Reimer, Libertarian2,333
J. Carlos Aguirre, Natural Law1,972
47.Christopher Cox, Republican160,078
Tina Louise Laine, Democrat70,362
Victor A. Wagner, Jr., Libertarian6,530
Iris Adam, Natural Law6,807
48.Ron Packard, Republican145,814
Dan Farrell, Democrat59,558
William Dreu, Reform8,013
Sharon K. Miles, Natural Law8,006
49.Brian P. Bilbray, Republican108,806
Peter Navarro, Democrat86,657
Kevin Philip Hambsch, Reform3,773
Ernie Lippe, Libertarian4,218
Peter Sterling, Natural Law3,314
50.Jim Baize, Republican38,351
Bob Filner, Democrat73,200
Dan Clark, Reform3,253
Philip Zoebisch, Libertarian1,398
Earl M. Shepard, Natural Law2,138
51.Randy "Duke" Cunningham, Republican149,032
Rita Tamerius, Democrat66,250
J.C. `Jack' Anderson, Libertarian5,298
Eric Hunter Bourdette, Natural Law3,037
Miriam E. Clark, Peace & Freedom5,407
52.Duncan Hunter, Republican116,746
Darity Wesley, Democrat53,104
Dante Ridley, Libertarian3,329
Peter Robert Ballantyne, Natural Law1,493
Janice Jordan, Peace & Freedom3,649


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in California
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Green Natural Law Peace & Freedom American Independent Peace and Freedom Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district110,24396,522------15,354------------------222,119
2d district144,91380,401------5,759---7,253------------238,326
3d district91,134118,663---7,7014,239------------------221,737
4th district164,04897,948------9,319------------------271,315
5th district52,940142,618------2,548---2,123---2,231------202,460
6th district86,278156,958------------4,1416,459---------253,836
7th district42,542137,089---6,866------4,420------------190,917
8th district25,739175,216------------6,783------------207,738
9th district37,126154,806------------3,4755,561---------200,968
10th district133,633137,726---6,3542,423---3,047------------283,183
11th district107,47765,536------5,077---3,006------------181,096
12th district49,276149,049------6,111---3,472------------207,908
13th district53,385114,408------7,746------------------175,539
14th district71,571148,773------3,492---2,1443,653---------229,633
15th district132,73779,048---6,2305,481---3,372------------226,868
16th district43,19794,020------4,124---1,866------------143,207
17th district73,856115,116------------6,573------------195,545
18th district52,695108,827------2,233---1,831------------165,586
19th district137,40258,452------6,083---4,442------------206,379
20th district45,27665,381------5,048------------------115,705
21st district125,91650,694---8,1133,049---3,380------------191,152
22d district107,987118,2999,8453,9752,233---1,847------------244,186
23d district118,88070,035------8,346---2,246------------199,507
24th district93,629106,193------5,691---3,0686,267---------214,848
25th district122,42865,089------6,173------2,513---------196,203
26th district29,33267,525------3,539---2,119------------102,515
27th district95,31082,014------6,6454,1951,766------------189,930
28th district113,38969,037------4,459------------------186,885
29th district52,857145,278------4,766---3,0978,819---------214,817
30th district15,07858,283------2,759---1,9712,499---------80,590
31st district28,70569,285------4,700------------------102,690
32d district18,768124,712------6,390---1,557------------151,427
33d district8,14747,478------2,203------------------57,828
34th district36,85294,730------2,736---------4,122------138,440
35th district13,11692,762------------------2,610------108,488
36th district98,538117,752------4,933---3,236------------224,459
37th district15,39987,247---------------------------102,646
38th district88,13671,627------3,2724,610---------------167,645
39th district120,76161,392------10,137------------------192,290
40th district98,82144,102------4,375---------4,963------152,261
41st district83,93447,346------7,135---5,030------------143,445
42d district51,17052,166---------------------------103,336
43d district97,24767,422------3,086---6,5763,309---------177,640
44th district110,64373,844------------3,143---3,888------191,518
45th district125,32668,312------8,813---3,071------------205,522
46th district46,98047,964---3,5352,333---1,972------------102,784
47th district160,07870,362------6,530---6,807------------243,777
48th district145,81459,558---8,013------8,006------------221,391
49th district108,80686,657---3,7734,218---3,314------------206,768
50th district38,35173,200---3,2531,398---2,138------------118,340
51st district149,03266,250------5,298---3,0375,407---------229,024
52d district116,74653,104------3,329---1,4933,649---------178,321
Total4,291,6444,706,2769,84557,813213,5838,805126,82248,13617,814------9,480,738
Presidential electors3,828,3815,119,835---697,84773,600237,01615,403---21,20225,33285310,019,469





COLORADO


For Presidential Electors
Republican691,848
Democratic671,152
Independent2,809
Reform99,629
Natural Law2,545
Green25,070
Libertarian12,392
American Constitution (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)2,813
Socialist669
Workers World599
American557
Prohibition375
Socialist Workers Campaign (Socialist Workers candidate)244

For United States Senator
Wayne Allard, Republican750,315
Tom Strickland, Democrat667,600
Randy MacKenzie, Natural Law41,620
Write-in 66

For United States Representative
1.Joe Rogers, Republican79,540
Diana DeGette, Democrat112,631
Richard Combs, Libertarian5,668
2.Patricia (Pat) Miller, Republican97,865
David E. Skaggs, Democrat145,894
W. Earl Allen, Libertarian5,721
Larry E. Johnson, Independent/Reform6,304
3.Scott McInnis, Republican183,523
Albert L. Gurule, Democrat82,953
4.Bob Schaffer, Republican137,012
Guy Kelley, Democrat92,837
Cynthia Parker, Natural Law6,790
Wes McKinley, Americans7,428
5.Joel Hefley, Republican188,805
Mike Robinson, Democrat73,660
6.Dan Schaefer, Republican146,018
Joan Fitz-Gerald, Democrat88,600


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Colorado
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Natural Law Green Libertarian Americans Independent/Reform American Constitution Socialist Workers World American Prohibition Socialist Workers Campaign Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district79,540112,631------------5,668---------------------------197,839
2d district97,865145,894------------5,721---6,304---------------------255,784
3d district183,52382,953------------------------------------------266,476
4th district137,01292,837------6,790------7,428------------------------244,067
5th district188,80573,660------------------------------------------262,465
6th district146,01888,600------------------------------------------234,618
Total832,763596,575------6,790---11,3897,4286,304---------------------1,461,249
Senator750,315667,600------41,620------------------------------661,459,601
Presidential electors691,848671,1522,80999,6292,54525,07012,392------2,813669599557375244---1,510,702





CONNECTICUT


For Presidential Electors
Republican483,109
Democratic735,740
Reform139,523
Green24,321
Concerned Citizens (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)2,425
Libertarian5,788
Natural Law1,703
Write-in5

For United States Representative
1.Kent Sleath, Republican53,666
Barbara B. Kennelly, Democrat145,169
A Connecticut Party13,053
John F. Forry III, Concerned Citizens2,099
Daniel A. Wasielewski, Natural Law1,149
2.Edward W. Munster, Republican100,332
Sam Gejdenson, Democrat106,544
A Connecticut Party8,631
Dianne G. Ondusko, Independence6,477
Thomas E. Hall, Natural Law1,263
Write-in2
3.John Coppola, Republican59,335
Rosa L. DeLauro, Democrat137,108
A Connecticut Party13,690
Gail J. Dalby, Natural Law1,219
4.Christopher Shays, Republican121,949
Bill Finch, Democrat75,902
Edward H. Tonkin, Libertarian2,815
Terry M. Nevas, Natural Law1,046
5.Gary A. Franks, Republican98,782
James H. Maloney, Democrat105,359
A Connecticut Party6,615
Rosita Rodriguez, Concerned Citizens2,983
Walter F. Thiessen, Jr., Libertarian1,391
6.Nancy L. Johnson, Republican113,020
Charlotte Koskoff, Democrat104,225
A Connecticut Party7,208
Timothy A. Knibbs, Concerned Citizens3,303


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Connecticut
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform A Connecticut Party Green Concerned Citizens Libertarian Independence Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district53,666145,169---13,053---2,099------1,149---215,136
2d district100,332106,544---8,631---------6,4771,2632223,249
3d district59,335137,108---13,690------------1,219---211,352
4th district121,94975,902------------2,815---1,046---201,712
5th district98,782105,359---6,615---2,9831,391---------215,130
6th district113,020104,225---7,208---3,303------------227,756
Total547,084674,307---49,197---8,3854,2066,4774,67721,294,335
Presidential electors483,109735,740139,523---24,3212,4255,788---1,70351,392,614





DELAWARE


For Presidential Electors
Republican99,062
Democratic140,355
Libertarian2,052
U.S. Taxpayers348
Natural Law274
Unaffiliated (Reform candidate)28,719

For United States Senator
Raymond J. Clatworthy, Republican105,088
Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Democrat165,465
Mark Jones, Libertarian3,340
Jacqueline Kossoff, Natural Law1,698

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Michael N. Castle, Republican185,577 Dennis E. Williams, Democrat73,258 George A. Jurgensen, Libertarian4,000 Felicia B. Johnson, U.S. Taxpayers3,009 Robert E. "Bob" Mattson, Natural Law987
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Delaware


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Natural Law Unaffiliated Total
Representative:
At large185,57773,2584,0003,009987---266,831
Senator105,088165,4653,340---1,698---275,591
Presidential electors99,062140,3552,05234827428,719270,810





FLORIDA


For Presidential Electors
Republican2,244,536
Democratic2,546,870
Reform483,870
Libertarian23,326
Write-in4,552

For United States Representative
1.Joe Scarborough, Republican175,946
Kevin Beck, Democrat66,495
Write-in104
2.Bill Sutton, Republican94,122
Allen Boyd, Democrat138,151
Write-in127
3.Preston James Fields, Republican62,196
Corrine Brown, Democrat98,085
4.Tillie K. Fowler, Republican( 1 )
5.Dave Gentry, Republican100,051
Karen L. Thurman, Democrat161,050
6.Cliff Stearns, Republican161,527
Newell O'Brien, Democrat78,908
Write-in7
7.John L. Mica, Republican143,667
George Stuart, Jr., Democrat87,832
Write-in58
8.Bill McCollum, Republican136,515
Al Krulick, Democrat65,794
Write-in17
9.Michael Bilirakis, Republican161,708
Jerry Provenzano, Democrat73,809
10.C. W. Bill Young, Republican114,443
Henry Green, Democrat57,375
Write-in2
11.Mark Sharpe, Republican78,881
Jim Davis, Democrat108,522
12.Charles T. Canady, Republican122,584
Mike Canady, Democrat76,513
13.Dan Miller, Republican173,671
Sanford Gordon, Democrat96,098
Write-in135
14.Porter J. Goss, Republican176,992
Jim Nolan, Democrat63,842
15.Dave Weldon, Republican139,014
John L. Byron, Democrat115,981
David Golding, Independent15,355
16.Mark Foley, Republican175,714
Jim Stuber, Democrat98,827
17.Wellington Rolle, Republican14,525
Carrie P. Meek, Democrat114,638
Write-in2
18.Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Republican123,659
Write-in6
19.Beverly Kennedy, Republican99,101
Robert Wexler, Democrat188,766
20.Jim Jacobs, Republican85,777
Peter Deutsch, Democrat159,256
21.Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Republican125,469
Write-in4
22.E. Clay Shaw, Jr., Republican137,098
Kenneth D. Cooper, Democrat84,517
Write-in3
23.Robert Paul Brown, Republican36,907
Alcee L. Hastings, Democrat102,161
Write-in21

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Florida


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district175,94666,495---------104242,545
2d district94,122138,151---------127232,400
3d district62,19698,085------------160,281
4th district( 1 )---------------( 1 )
5th district100,051161,050------------261,101
6th district161,52778,908---------7240,442
7th district143,66787,832---------58231,557
8th district136,51565,794---------17202,326
9th district161,70873,809------------235,517
10th district114,44357,375---------2171,820
11th district78,881108,522------------187,403
12th district122,58476,513------------199,097
13th district173,67196,098---------135269,904
14th district176,99263,842------------240,834
15th district139,014115,98115,355---------270,350
16th district175,71498,827------------274,541
17th district14,525114,638---------2129,165
18th district123,659------------6123,665
19th district99,101188,766------------287,867
20th district85,777159,256------------245,033
21st district125,469------------4125,473
22d district137,09884,517---------3221,618
23d district36,907102,161---------21139,089
Total2,639,5672,036,62015,355------4864,692,028
Presidential electors2,244,5362,546,870---483,87023,3264,5525,303,154

1 According to Florida law, the names of those with no opposition are not printed on the ballot.




GEORGIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,080,843
Democratic1,053,849
Reform146,337
Libertarian17,870

For United States Senator
Guy W. Millner, Republican1,073,969
Max Cleland, Democrat1,103,993
John Gregory Cashin, Libertarian81,262

For United States Representative
1.Jack Kingston, Republican108,616
Rosemary D. Kaszans, Democrat50,622
2.Darrel Bush Ealum, Republican75,282
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., Democrat88,256
3.Mac Collins, Republican120,251
Jim Chafin, Democrat76,538
4.John M. Mitnick, Republican92,985
Cynthia A. McKinney, Democrat127,157
5.John Lewis, Democrat136,555
6.Newt Gingrich, Republican174,155
Michael Coles, Democrat127,135
7.Bob Barr, Republican112,009
Charlie Watts, Democrat81,765
8.Saxby Chambliss, Republican93,619
Jim Wiggins, Democrat84,506
9.Nathan Deal, Republican132,532
McCracken "Ken" Poston, Democrat69,662
10.Charlie Norwood, Republican96,723
David Bell, Democrat88,054
11.John Linder, Republican145,821
Tommy Stephenson, Democrat80,940

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Georgia


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Total
Representatives:
1st district108,61650,622------159,238
2d district75,28288,256------163,538
3d district120,25176,538------196,789
4th district92,985127,157------220,142
5th district---136,555------136,555
6th district174,155127,135------301,290
7th district112,00981,765------193,774
8th district93,61984,506------178,125
9th district132,53269,662------202,194
10th district96,72388,054------184,777
11th district145,82180,940------226,761
Total1,151,9931,011,190------2,163,183
Senator1,073,9691,103,993---81,2622,259,224
Presidential electors1,080,8431,053,849146,33717,8702,298,899





HAWAII


For Presidential Electors
Republican113,943
Democratic205,012
Reform27,358
Green10,386
Libertarian2,493
Natural Law570
Taxpayers358

For United States Representative
1.Orson Swindle, Republican80,053
Neil Abercrombie, Democrat86,732
Mark Duering, Nonpartisan4,126
Nicholas Bedworth, Natural Law1,295
2.Tom Pico, Jr., Republican55,729
Patsy T. Mink, Democrat109,178
Nolan Crabbe, Nonpartisan7,723
James N. Keefe, Libertarian4,769
Amanda (Mandy) Toulon, Natural Law3,564

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Hawaii


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Nonpartisan Green Libertarian Natural Law Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district80,05386,732---4,126------1,295---172,206
2d district55,729109,178---7,723---4,7693,564---180,963
Total135,782195,910---11,849---4,7694,859---353,169
Presidential electors113,943205,01227,358---10,3862,493570358360,120





IDAHO


For Presidential Electors
Republican256,595
Democratic165,443
Reform62,518
Natural Law1,600
Libertarian3,325
U.S. Taxpayers2,230

For United States Senator
Larry E. Craig, Republican283,532
Walt Minnick, Democrat198,422
Mary J. Charbonneau, Independent10,137
Susan Vegors, Natural Law5,142

For United States Representative
1.Helen Chenoweth, Republican132,344
Dan Williams, Democrat125,899
Marion Ellis, Natural Law6,535
2.Michael D. Crapo, Republican157,646
John D. Seidl, Democrat67,625
John Butler, Natural Law3,977

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Idaho


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Natural Law Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district132,344125,899------6,535------264,778
2d district157,64667,625------3,977------229,248
Total289,990193,524------10,512------494,026
Senator283,532198,42210,137---5,142------497,233
Presidential electors256,595165,443---62,5181,6003,3252,230491,711





ILLINOIS


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,587,021
Democratic2,341,744
Reform346,408
Libertarian22,548
U.S. Taxpayers7,606
Natural Law4,606
Write-in1,458

For United States Senator
Al Salvi, Republican1,728,824
Richard J. Durbin, Democrat2,384,028
Steven H. Perry, Reform61,023
Robin J. Miller, Libertarian41,218
Chad Koppie, U.S. Taxpayers17,563
James E. Davis, Natural Law13,838
Write-in 4,228

For United States Representative
1.Noel Naughton, Republican25,659
Bobby L. Rush, Democrat174,005
Tim M. Griffin, Libertarian3,449
2.Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., Democrat172,648
Frank H. Stratman, Libertarian10,880
Write-in15
3.Jim Nalepa, Republican67,214
William O. Lipinski, Democrat137,153
George Skaritka, Reform3,643
Robert R. Prazak, Libertarian1,906
4.Luis V. Gutierrez, Democrat85,278
William Passmore, Libertarian5,857
5.Michael Patrick Flanagan, Republican65,768
Rod R. Blagojevich, Democrat117,544
Write-in14
6.Henry J. Hyde, Republican132,401
Stephen De La Rosa, Democrat68,807
George Meyers, Libertarian4,746
7.Randy Borow, Republican27,241
Danny K. Davis, Democrat149,568
Chauncey L. Stroud, Independent1,944
Toietta Dixon, Libertarian1,571
Charles A. Winter, Natural Law771
8.Philip M. Crane, Republican127,763
Elizabeth Anne (Betty) Hull, Democrat74,068
H. Daniel Druck, Libertarian3,474
9.Joseph Walsh, Republican71,763
Sidney R. Yates, Democrat124,319
10.John Edward Porter, Republican145,626
Philip R. Torf, Democrat65,144
Write-in3
11.Jerry Weller, Republican109,896
Clem Balanoff, Democrat102,388
12.Shapley R. Hunter, Republican55,690
Jerry F. Costello, Democrat150,005
Geoffrey S. Nathan, Libertarian3,824
13.Harris W. Fawell, Republican141,651
Susan W. Hynes, Democrat94,693
14.J. Dennis Hastert, Republican134,432
Doug Mains, Democrat74,332
15.Thomas W. Ewing, Republican121,019
Laurel Lunt Prussing, Democrat90,065
16.Donald A. Manzullo, Republican137,523
Catherine M. Lee, Democrat90,575
Write-in2
17.Mark Baker, Republican109,240
Lane Evans, Democrat120,008
William J. Herrmann, Libertarian1,925
18.Ray LaHood, Republican143,110
Mike Curran, Democrat98,413
19.Brent Winters, Republican75,751
Glenn Poshard, Democrat158,668
James R. Lacher, Libertarian1,267
Patricia Riker, Natural Law2,269
20.John Shimkus, Republican120,926
Jay C. Hoffman, Democrat119,688
Write-in4

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Illinois


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district25,659174,005------3,449---------203,113
2d district---172,648------10,880------15183,543
3d district67,214137,153---3,6431,906---------209,916
4th district---85,278------5,857---------91,135
5th district65,768117,544---------------14183,326
6th district132,40168,807------4,746---------205,954
7th district27,241149,5681,944---1,571---771---181,095
8th district127,76374,068------3,474---------205,305
9th district71,763124,319------------------196,082
10th district145,62665,144---------------3210,773
11th district109,896102,388------------------212,284
12th district55,690150,005------3,824---------209,519
13th district141,65194,693------------------236,344
14th district134,43274,332------------------208,764
15th district121,01990,065------------------211,084
16th district137,52390,575---------------2228,100
17th district109,240120,008------1,925---------231,173
18th district143,11098,413------------------241,523
19th district75,751158,668------1,267---2,269---237,955
20th district120,926119,688---------------4240,618
Total1,812,6732,267,3691,9443,64338,899---3,040384,127,606
Senator1,728,8242,384,028---61,02341,21817,56313,8384,2284,250,722
Presidential electors1,587,0212,341,744---346,40822,5487,6064,6061,4584,311,391





INDIANA


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,006,693
Democratic887,424
Reform224,299
Libertarian15,632
Write-in1,383

For United States Representative
1.Michael Edward Petyo, Republican56,418
Peter J. Visclosky, Democrat133,553
Michael Crass, Libertarian3,142
2.David M. McIntosh, Republican123,113
R. Marc Carmichael, Democrat85,105
Paul E. Zimmerman, Libertarian4,665
3.Joe Zakas, Republican80,699
Tim Roemer, Democrat114,288
Bernie Taylor, Libertarian2,325
4.Mark E. Souder, Republican121,344
Gerald L. Houseman, Democrat81,740
Ken Bisson, Libertarian4,796
5.Stephen E. Buyer, Republican125,191
Douglas L. Clark, Democrat63,578
Tom Lehman, Libertarian22,342
6.Dan Burton, Republican193,193
Carrie Jean Dillard-Trammell, Democrat59,661
Fred Peterson, Libertarian5,003
7.Edward A. Pease, Republican130,010
Robert F. Hellmann, Democrat72,705
Barbara Bourland, Libertarian7,125
8.John N. Hostettler, Republican109,860
Jonathan Weinzapfel, Democrat106,201
Paul Hager, Libertarian3,803
9.Jean Leising, Republican96,442
Lee H. Hamilton, Democrat128,123
Diane Feeney, Libertarian2,279
10.Virginia Blankenbaker, Republican72,796
Julia Carson, Democrat85,965
Kurt St. Angelo, Libertarian3,605
Write-in7

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Indiana


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district56,418133,553---3,142---193,113
2d district123,11385,105---4,665---212,883
3d district80,699114,288---2,325---197,312
4th district121,34481,740---4,796---207,880
5th district125,19163,578---22,342---211,111
6th district193,19359,661---5,003---257,857
7th district130,01072,705---7,125---209,840
8th district109,860106,201---3,803---219,864
9th district96,442128,123---2,279---226,844
10th district72,79685,965---3,6057162,373
Total1,109,066930,919---59,08572,099,077
Presidential electors1,006,693887,424224,29915,6321,3832,135,431





IOWA


For Presidential Electors
Republican492,644
Democratic620,258
Reform105,159
Natural Law3,349
Green6,550
Libertarian2,315
Socialist Workers331
U.S. Taxpayers2,229
Scattering1,240

For United States Senator
Jim Lightfoot, Republican571,807
Tom Harkin, Democrat634,166
Fred Gratzon, Natural Law4,248
Sue Atkinson, Nomination by Petition9,768
Joe Sulentic, Nomination by Petition1,941
Shirley E. Pena, Socialist Workers1,844
Scattering 280

For United States Representative
1.James A. Leach, Republican129,242
Bob Rush, Democrat111,595
Michael J. Cuddehe, Natural Law1,394
Thomas W. Isenhour, Nomination by Petition2,277
Scattering88
2.Jim Nussle, Republican127,827
Donna L. Smith, Democrat109,731
Peter Lamoureaux, Natural Law772
Albert W. Schoeman, Libertarian901
Scattering68
3.Mike Mahaffey, Republican111,895
Leonard L. Boswell, Democrat115,914
Jay B. Marcus, Natural Law3,194
Dick Kruse, Libertarian1,261
Edward T. Rusk, Working Class2,534
Scattering77
4.Greg Ganske, Republican133,419
Connie McBurney, Democrat119,790
Rogers Badgett, Natural Law1,206
Carl E. Olsen, Libertarian1,149
Richard McBride, Socialist Workers700
Scattering245
5.Tom Latham, Republican147,576
MacDonald Smith, Democrat75,785
Michael C. Dimick, Natural Law2,038
Scattering80


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Iowa
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Natural Law Nomination by Petition Green Libertarian Socialist Workers Working Class U.S. Taxpayers Scattering Total
Representatives:
1st district129,242111,595---1,3942,277---------------88244,596
2d district127,827109,731---772------901---------68239,299
3d district111,895115,914---3,194------1,261---2,534---77234,875
4th district133,419119,790---1,206------1,149700------245256,509
5th district147,57675,785---2,038------------------80225,479
Total649,959532,815---8,6042,277---3,3117002,534---5581,200,758
Senator571,807634,166---4,24811,709------1,844------2801,224,054
Presidential electors492,644620,258105,1593,349---6,5502,315331---2,2291,2401,234,075





KANSAS


For Presidential Electors
Republican583,245
Democratic387,659
Independent 1 5,174
Reform92,639
Libertarian4,557
Write-in1,026

For United States Senator

(For unexpired term ending January 3, 1999)
Sam Brownback, Republican574,021
Jill Docking, Democrat461,344
Donald R. Klaassen, Reform29,351

(General Election for full term beginning January 3, 1997)
Pat Roberts, Republican652,677
Sally Thompson, Democrat362,380
Mark S. Marney, Reform24,145
Steven Rosile, Libertarian13,098

For United States Representative
1.Jerry Moran, Republican191,899
John Divine, Democrat63,948
Bill Earnest, Libertarian5,298
2.Jim Ryun, Republican131,592
John Frieden, Democrat114,644
Art Clack, Libertarian5,842
3.Vince Snowbarger, Republican139,169
Judy Hancock, Democrat126,848
Randy Gardner, Reform9,495
Charles Clack, Libertarian3,752
4.Todd Tiahrt, Republican128,486
Randy Rathbun, Democrat119,544
Seth L. Warren, Libertarian8,361

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Kansas


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district191,89963,948------5,298---261,145
2d district131,592114,644------5,842---252,078
3d district139,169126,848---9,4953,752---279,264
4th district128,486119,544------8,361---256,391
Total591,146424,984---9,49523,253---1,048,878
Senator (unexpired term)574,021461,344---29,351------1,064,716
Senator (full term)652,677362,380---24,14513,098---1,052,300
Presidential electors583,245387,659 1 5,17492,6394,5571,0261,074,300

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States: 3,319 for U.S. Taxpayers Party; and 1,655 for Natural Law Party.




KENTUCKY


For Presidential Electors
Republican623,283
Democratic636,614
Reform120,396
Libertarian4,009
Natural Law1,493
Taxpayers2,204
Write-in709

For United States Senator
Mitch McConnell, Republican724,794
Steven L. Beshear, Democrat560,012
Dennis L. Lacy, Libertarian8,595
Patricia Jo Metten, Natural Law8,344
Mac McElroy, U.S. Taxpayers5,284
Write-in 17

For United States Representative
1.Ed Whitfield, Republican111,473
Dennis L. Null, Democrat96,684
2.Ron Lewis, Republican125,433
Joe Wright, Democrat90,483
3.Anne M. Northup, Republican126,625
Mike Ward, Democrat125,326
4.Jim Bunning, Republican149,135
Denny Bowman, Democrat68,939
5.Harold Rogers, Republican117,842
Write-in11
6.Ernest Fletcher, Republican100,231
Scotty Baesler, Democrat125,999

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Kentucky


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Natural Law U.S. Taxpayers Taxpayers Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district111,47396,684------------------208,157
2d district125,43390,483------------------215,916
3d district126,625125,326------------------251,951
4th district149,13568,939------------------218,074
5th district117,842------------------11117,853
6th district100,231125,999------------------226,230
Total730,739507,431---------------111,238,181
Senator724,794560,012---8,5958,3445,284---171,307,046
Presidential electors623,283636,614120,3964,0091,493---2,2047091,388,708





LOUISIANA


For Presidential Electors
Republican712,586
Democratic927,837
Reform123,293
Libertarian7,499
Liberty, Ecology, Community (Green candidate)4,719
Taxpayers3,366
Natural Law2,981
Workers World1,678

For United States Senator
Louis "Woody" Jenkins, Republican847,157
Mary L. Landrieu, Democrat852,945

For United States Representative
1.Bob Livingston, Republican( 1 )
2.William J. Jefferson, Democrat( 1 )
3.W. J. (Billy) Tauzin, Republican( 1 )
4.Jim McCrery, Republican( 1 )
5.John Cooksey, Republican135,990
Francis Thompson, Democrat97,363
6.Richard H. Baker, Republican( 1 )
7.Christopher John, Democrat128,449
Hunter Lundy, Democrat113,351

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Louisiana


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Liberty, Ecology, Community Taxpayers Natural Law Workers World Total
Representatives:
1st district( 1 )---------------------( 1 )
2d district---( 1 )------------------( 1 )
3d district( 1 )---------------------( 1 )
4th district( 1 )---------------------( 1 )
5th district135,99097,363------------------233,353
6th district( 1 )---------------------( 1 )
7th district---241,800------------------241,800
Total135,990339,163------------------475,153
Senator847,157852,945------------------1,700,102
Presidential electors712,586927,837123,2937,4994,7193,3662,9811,6781,783,959

1 Section 511 of Title 18 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes, as amended, provides that a candidate who is unopposed is declared elected




MAINE


For Presidential Electors
Republican186,378
Democratic312,788
Reform85,970
Taxpayers1,517
Green15,279
Libertarian2,996
Natural Law825
Other144

For United States Senator
Susan M. Collins, Republican298,422
Joseph E. Brennan, Democrat266,226
John C. Rensenbrink, Independent23,441
William P. Clarke, Taxpayers18,618
Other 70

For United States Representative
1.James B. Longley, Jr., Republican140,354
Thomas H. Allen, Democrat173,745
Other65
2.Paul R. Young, Republican70,856
John Elias Baldacci, Democrat205,439
Aldric Saucier, Independent9,294
Other47

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Maine


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Taxpayers Green Libertarian Natural Law Other Total
Representatives:
1st district140,354173,745------------------65314,164
2d district70,856205,4399,294---------------47285,636
Total211,210379,1849,294---------------112599,800
Senator298,422266,22623,441---18,618---------70606,777
Presidential electors186,378312,788---85,9701,51715,2792,996825144605,897





MARYLAND


For Presidential Electors
Republican681,530
Democratic966,207
Reform115,812
Libertarian8,765
Taxpayers3,402
Natural Law2,517
Write-in2,637

For United States Representative
1.Wayne T. Gilchrest, Republican131,033
Steven R. Eastaugh, Democrat81,825
Write-in18
2.Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Republican143,075
Connie Galiazzo DeJuliis, Democrat88,344
3.Patrick L. McDonough, Republican63,229
Benjamin L. Cardin, Democrat130,204
4.John B. Kimble, Republican24,700
Albert Russell Wynn, Democrat142,094
5.John S. Morgan, Republican91,806
Steny H. Hoyer, Democrat121,288
6.Roscoe G. Bartlett, Republican132,853
Stephen Crawford, Democrat100,910
Write-in25
7.Kenneth Kondner, Republican22,929
Elijah E. Cummings, Democrat115,764
Write-in2
8.Constance A. Morella, Republican152,538
Donald Mooers, Democrat96,229
Write-in379

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Maryland


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Taxpayers Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district131,03381,825------------18212,876
2d district143,07588,344---------------231,419
3d district63,229130,204---------------193,433
4th district24,700142,094---------------166,794
5th district91,806121,288---------------213,094
6th district132,853100,910------------25233,788
7th district22,929115,764------------2138,695
8th district152,53896,229------------379249,146
Total762,163876,658------------4241,639,245
Presidential electors681,530966,207115,8128,7653,4022,5172,6371,780,870





MASSACHUSETTS


For Presidential Electors
Republican718,058
Democratic1,571,509
Reform227,206
Natural Law5,183
Libertarian20,424
Workers World3,276
Other6,180
Write-in4,623

For United States Senator
William F. Weld, Republican1,143,120
John F. Kerry, Democrat1,334,135
Susan C. Gallagher, Conservative70,007
Robert C. Stowe, Natural Law7,169
Other 1,511

For United States Representative
1.Jane Maria Swift, Republican115,801
John W. Olver, Democrat129,232
Other78
2.Mark Steele, Republican49,885
Richard E. Neal, Democrat162,995
Scott Andrichak, Independent9,181
Richard Kaynor, Natural Law5,124
Other226
3.Peter Blute, Republican115,694
James P. McGovern, Democrat135,044
Dale E. Friedgen, Natural Law3,362
Other997
4.Jonathan P. Raymond, Republican72,701
Barney Frank, Democrat183,844
Other92
5.Martin T. Meehan, Democrat183,429
Other1,708
6.Peter G. Torkildsen, Republican132,642
John F. Tierney, Democrat133,002
Martin J. McNulty, Independent4,195
Benjamin A. Gatchell, Independent2,043
Randal C. Fritz, Conservative2,532
Orrin Smith, Natural Law1,371
Other594
7.Patricia H. Long, Republican76,407
Edward J. Markey, Democrat177,053
Other110
8.R. Philip Hyde, Republican27,303
Joseph P. Kennedy II, Democrat147,126
Other191
9.Paul V. Gryska, Republican66,079
John Joseph Moakley, Democrat172,009
Other64
10.Edward B. Teague III, Republican123,520
William D. Delahunt, Democrat160,745
A. Charles Laws, Green10,913
Other745


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Massachusetts
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Conservative Natural Law Libertarian Green Workers World Other Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district115,801129,232---------------------78---245,111
2d district49,885162,9959,181------5,124---------226---227,411
3d district115,694135,044---------3,362---------997---255,097
4th district72,701183,844---------------------92---256,637
5th district---183,429---------------------1,708---185,137
6th district132,642133,0026,238---2,5321,371---------594---276,379
7th district76,407177,053---------------------110---253,570
8th district27,303147,126---------------------191---174,620
9th district66,079172,009---------------------64---238,152
10th district123,520160,745---------------10,913---745---295,923
Total780,0321,584,47915,419---2,5329,857---10,913---4,805---2,408,037
Senator1,143,1201,334,135------70,0077,169---------1,511---2,555,942
Presidential electors718,0581,571,509---227,206---5,18320,424---3,2766,1804,6232,556,459





MICHIGAN


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,481,212
Democratic1,989,653
Reform336,670
Libertarian27,670
Natural Law4,254
Workers World3,153
Socialist Equality1,554
Write-in4,678

For United States Senator
Ronna Romney, Republican1,500,106
Carl Levin, Democrat2,195,738
Kenneth L. Proctor, Libertarian36,911
Joseph S. Mattingly, Natural Law11,306
William Roundtree, Workers World12,235
Martin P. McLaughlin, Socialist Equality5,975
Write-in 304

For United States Representative
1.Bob Carr, Republican69,957
Bart Stupak, Democrat181,486
Michael C. Oleniczak, Libertarian2,830
Wendy Conway, Natural Law2,465
Write-in53
2.Peter Hoekstra, Republican165,608
Dan Kruszynski, Democrat83,603
Bruce A. Smith, Libertarian3,071
Henry Ogden Clark, Natural Law1,365
Write-in52
3.Vernon J. Ehlers, Republican169,466
Betsy J. Flory, Democrat72,791
Erwin J. Haas, Libertarian2,994
Eric Anderson, Natural Law1,739
Write-in53
4.Dave Camp, Republican159,561
Lisa A. Donaldson, Democrat79,691
Ben Steele III, Libertarian2,410
Susan Arnold, Natural Law1,928
Write-in55
5.Lawrence H. Sims, Republican65,542
James A. Barcia, Democrat162,675
Mark Owen, Libertarian2,906
Brian D. Ellison, Natural Law1,272
Write-in56
6.Fred Upton, Republican146,170
Clarence J. Annen, Democrat66,243
Scott Beavers, Libertarian3,370
Write-in51
7.Nick Smith, Republican120,227
Kim H. Tunnicliff, Democrat93,725
Robert F. Broda, Jr., Libertarian3,090
Scott K. Williamson, Natural Law1,471
Write-in31
8.Dick Chrysler, Republican115,836
Debbie Stabenow, Democrat141,086
Doug MacDonald, Libertarian3,811
Patricia Rayfield Allen, Natural Law1,679
Write-in9
9.Patrick M. Nowak, Republican89,733
Dale E. Kildee, Democrat136,856
Malcolm Johnson, Libertarian3,472
Terrence Daryl Shulman, Natural Law1,127
Write-in12
10.Susy Heintz, Republican106,444
David E. Bonior, Democrat132,829
Stuart E. Scott, Libertarian3,747
John D. Litle, Natural Law1,253
Write-in8
11.Joe Knollenberg, Republican169,165
Morris Frumin, Democrat99,303
Dick Gach, Libertarian5,059
Stuart J. Goldberg, Natural Law3,047
Write-in44
12.John Pappageorge, Republican94,235
Sander M. Levin, Democrat133,436
Albert J. Titran, Libertarian3,101
Gail Petrosoff, Natural Law1,690
Write-in13
13.Joe Fitzsimmons, Republican89,907
Lynn N. Rivers, Democrat123,133
James F. Montgomery, Libertarian3,114
Jane Cutter, Workers World976
Jim Hartnett, Socialist Equality498
Write-in30
14.William A. Ashe, Republican22,152
John Conyers, Jr., Democrat157,722
Scott Boman, Libertarian1,705
Richard R. Miller, Natural Law736
Helen Halyard, Socialist Equality660
Willie M. Reid, No Party Affiliation717
Write-in3
15.Stephen Hume, Republican16,009
Carolyn C. Kilpatrick, Democrat143,683
Raymond H. Warner, Libertarian1,357
Gregory F. Smith, Natural Law656
Kevin Carey, Workers World886
Write-in9
16.James R. Desana, Republican78,723
John D. Dingell, Democrat136,854
Bruce W. Cain, Libertarian3,155
Noha F. Hamze, Natural Law1,018
David Sole, Workers World842
Write-in20


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Michigan
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Natural Law Workers World Socialist Equality No Party Affiliation Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district69,957181,486---2,8302,465---------53256,791
2d district165,60883,603---3,0711,365---------52253,699
3d district169,46672,791---2,9941,739---------53247,043
4th district159,56179,691---2,4101,928---------55243,645
5th district65,542162,675---2,9061,272---------56232,451
6th district146,17066,243---3,370------------51215,834
7th district120,22793,725---3,0901,471---------31218,544
8th district115,836141,086---3,8111,679---------9262,421
9th district89,733136,856---3,4721,127---------12231,200
10th district106,444132,829---3,7471,253---------8244,281
11th district169,16599,303---5,0593,047---------44276,618
12th district94,235133,436---3,1011,690---------13232,475
13th district89,907123,133---3,114---976498---30217,658
14th district22,152157,722---1,705736---6607173183,695
15th district16,009143,683---1,357656886------9162,600
16th district78,723136,854---3,1551,018842------20220,612
Total1,678,7351,945,116---49,19221,4462,7041,1587174993,699,567
Senator1,500,1062,195,738---36,91111,30612,2355,975---3043,762,575
Presidential electors1,481,2121,989,653336,67027,6704,2543,1531,554---4,6783,848,844





MINNESOTA


For Presidential Electors
Republican766,395
Democratic-Farmer-Labor (Democratic candidate)1,120,380
Reform257,698
Grass Roots4,898
Green24,906
Libertarian8,271
Socialist Workers684
Natural Law1,808
Independent Grass Roots787
U.S. Taxpayers3,415
Socialist Equality347
Write-in2,903

For United States Senator
Rudy Boschwitz, Republican901,194
Paul Wellstone, Democratic-Farmer-Labor1,098,430
Dean Barkley, Reform152,328
Tim Davis, Grass Roots14,139
Roy Ezra Carlton, Libertarian5,428
Thomas A. Fiske, Socialist Workers1,554
Steve Johnson, Natural Law4,321
Howard B. Hanson, Resource4,381
Write-in 1,130

For United States Representative
1.Gil Gutknecht, Republican137,486
Mary Rieder, Democratic-Farmer-Labor123,147
Write-in429
2.Gary B. Revier, Republican107,807
David Minge, Democratic-Farmer-Labor144,083
Stan Bentz, Reform10,283
Write-in180
3.Jim Ramstad, Republican205,816
Stanley J. Leino, Democratic-Farmer-Labor87,350
Write-in417
4.Dennis Newinski, Republican94,110
Bruce F. Vento, Democratic-Farmer-Labor145,831
Richard J. Gibbons, Reform9,323
Phil Willkie, Grass Roots3,615
Dan R. Vacek, Independent Grass Roots2,696
Write-in184
5.Jack Uldrich, Republican70,109
Martin Olav Sabo, Democratic-Farmer-Labor158,261
Erika Anderson, Grass Roots13,102
Jennifer Benton, Socialist Workers4,284
Write-in285
6.Tad Jude, Republican129,988
Bill Luther, Democratic-Farmer-Labor164,921
Write-in572
7.Darrell McKigney, Republican80,132
Collin C. Peterson, Democratic-Farmer-Labor170,936
Write-in531
8.Andy Larson, Republican69,460
James L. Oberstar, Democratic-Farmer-Labor185,333
Stan (The Man) Estes, Reform16,639
Larry Fuhol, Libertarian3,688
Write-in218


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Minnesota
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Democratic-Farmer-Labor Reform Grass Roots Green Libertarian Socialist Workers Natural Law Resource Independent Grass Roots U.S. Taxpayers Socialist Equality Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district137,486123,147---------------------------------429261,062
2d district107,807144,083---10,283---------------------------180262,353
3d district205,81687,350---------------------------------417293,583
4th district94,110145,831---9,3233,615---------------2,696------184255,759
5th district70,109158,261------13,102------4,284---------------285246,041
6th district129,988164,921---------------------------------572295,481
7th district80,132170,936---------------------------------531251,599
8th district69,460185,333---16,639------3,688------------------218275,338
Total894,9081,179,862---36,24516,717---3,6884,284------2,696------2,8162,141,216
Senator901,1941,098,430---152,32814,139---5,4281,5544,3214,381---------1,1302,182,905
Presidential electors766,395---1,120,380257,6984,89824,9068,2716841,808---7873,4153472,9032,192,492





MISSISSIPPI


For Presidential Electors
Republican439,838
Democratic394,022
Independent 1 53,427
Libertarian2,809
Natural Law1,447
Taxpayers2,314

For United States Senator
Thad Cochran, Republican624,154
James. W. (Bootie) Hunt, Democrat240,647
Ted C. Weill, Independence13,861

For United States Representative
1.Roger F. Wicker, Republican123,724
Henry Boyd, Jr., Democrat55,998
John A. (Andy) Rouse, Libertarian2,281
Luke Lundemo, Natural Law963
2.Danny Covington, Republican65,263
Bennie G. Thompson, Democrat102,503
William G. (Will) Chipman, Libertarian4,167
3.Charles W. "Chip" Pickering, Jr., Republican115,443
John Arthur Eaves, Jr., Democrat68,658
Lamen Clemons, Independent2,502
Charles T. Scarborough, Jr., Libertarian1,541
4.Mike Parker, Republican112,444
Kevin Antoine, Democrat66,836
Kenneth W. Welch, Independence2,262
William (Bill) Fausek, Libertarian957
Eileen Mahoney, Natural Law1,164
5.Dennis Dollar, Republican71,114
Gene Taylor, Democrat103,415
Le'Roy C. Carney, Independent1,832
Jordan N. Gollub, Independence429
Dan E. Rogers, Libertarian483
Philip Mayeux, Natural Law172

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Mississippi


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Independence Libertarian Natural Law Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district123,72455,998------2,281963---182,966
2d district65,263102,503------4,167------171,933
3d district115,44368,6582,502---1,541------188,144
4th district112,44466,836---2,2629571,164---183,663
5th district71,114103,4151,832429483172---177,445
Total487,988397,4104,3342,6919,4292,299---904,151
Senator624,154240,647---13,861---------878,662
Presidential electors439,838394,022 1 53,427---2,8091,4472,314893,857

1 Includes 52,222 votes for candidate appearing on Reform Party ticket in most other States.




MISSOURI


For Presidential Electors
Republican890,016
Democratic1,025,935
Independent596
Reform217,188
Libertarian10,522
Natural Law2,287
U.S. Taxpayers11,521

For United States Representative
1.Daniel F. O'Sullivan, Jr., Republican51,857
William (Bill) Clay, Democrat131,659
Tamara Millay, Libertarian4,137
2.James M. Talent, Republican165,999
Joan Kelly Horn, Democrat100,372
Anton Charles Stever, Libertarian2,737
Judith Clessler, Natural Law1,618
3.Deborah Lynn (Debbie) Wheelehan, Republican90,202
Richard A. Gephardt, Democrat137,300
Michael H. Crist, Libertarian3,966
James E. Keersemaker, Natural Law1,287
4.Bill Phelps, Republican81,650
Ike Skelton, Democrat153,566
Edwin (Ed) Hoag, Libertarian5,573
5.Penny Bennett, Republican61,803
Karen McCarthy, Democrat144,223
Kevin Hertel, Libertarian4,110
Tom Danaher, Natural Law3,835
6.Jeff Bailey, Republican72,064
Pat Danner, Democrat169,006
Karl H. Wetzel, Libertarian5,212
7.Roy Blunt, Republican162,558
Ruth Bamberger, Democrat79,306
Mike Harman, Libertarian6,543
Sharalyn Harris, Natural Law2,177
8.Richard Kline, Republican23,477
Emily Firebaugh, Democrat83,084
Jo Ann Emerson, Independent112,472
Greg Tlapek, Libertarian2,503
David R. Zimmer, Natural Law1,318
9.Kenny C. Hulshof, Republican123,580
Harold L. Volkmer, Democrat117,685
Mitchell J. Moore, Libertarian7,140
Douglas Rexford, Natural Law1,825

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Missouri


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Natural Law U.S. Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district51,857131,659------4,137------187,653
2d district165,999100,372------2,7371,618---270,726
3d district90,202137,300------3,9661,287---232,755
4th district81,650153,566------5,573------240,789
5th district61,803144,223------4,1103,835---213,971
6th district72,064169,006------5,212------246,282
7th district162,55879,306------6,5432,177---250,584
8th district23,47783,084112,472---2,5031,318---222,854
9th district123,580117,685------7,1401,825---250,230
Total833,1901,116,201112,472---41,92112,060---2,115,844
Presidential electors890,0161,025,935596217,18810,5222,28711,5212,158,065





MONTANA


For Presidential Electors
Republican179,652
Democratic167,922
Reform55,229
Natural Law1,754
Libertarian2,526

For United States Senator
Dennis Rehberg, Republican182,111
Max Baucus, Democrat201,935
Becky Shaw, Reform19,276
Stephen Heaton, Natural Law4,168

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Rick Hill, Republican211,975 Bill Yellowtail, Democrat174,516 Jim Brooks, Natural Law17,935
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Montana


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Natural Law Libertarian Total
Representative:
At large211,975174,516---17,935---404,426
Senator182,111201,93519,2764,168---407,490
Presidential electors179,652167,92255,2291,7542,526407,083





NEBRASKA


For Presidential Electors
Republican363,467
Democratic236,761
Reform71,278
Natural Law1,189
Libertarian2,792
U.S. Taxpayers1,928

For United States Senator
Chuck Hagel, Republican379,933
Ben Nelson, Democrat281,904

For United States Representative
1.Doug Bereuter, Republican157,108
Patrick J. Combs, Democrat67,152
2.Jon Christensen, Republican125,201
James Martin Davis, Democrat88,447
Patricia A. Dunn, Natural Law4,369
Phillip E. Torrison, Libertarian1,921
3.Bill Barrett, Republican167,758
John Webster, Democrat48,833

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Nebraska


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Natural Law Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district157,10867,152------------224,260
2d district125,20188,447---4,3691,921---219,938
3d district167,75848,833------------216,591
Total450,067204,432---4,3691,921---660,789
Senator379,933281,904------------661,837
Presidential electors363,467236,76171,2781,1892,7921,928677,415





NEVADA


For Presidential Electors
Republican199,244
Democratic203,974
Reform43,986
Independent American (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)1,732
Libertarian4,460
Natural Law545
Green4,730
Other5,608

For United States Representative
1.John E. Ensign, Republican86,472
Bob Coffin, Democrat75,081
Ted Gunderson, Independent American4,572
James Dan, Libertarian3,341
Richard Eidson, Natural Law3,127
2.Jim Gibbons, Republican162,310
Thomas "Spike" Wilson, Democrat97,742
Dan Hansen, Independent American8,780
Louis R. Tomburello, Libertarian3,732
Lois Avery, Natural Law4,628

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Nevada


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Independent American Libertarian Natural Law Green Other Total
Representatives:
1st district86,47275,081---4,5723,3413,127------172,593
2d district162,31097,742---8,7803,7324,628------277,192
Total248,782172,823---13,3527,0737,755------449,785
Presidential electors199,244203,97443,9861,7324,4605454,7305,608464,279





NEW HAMPSHIRE


For Presidential Electors
Republican196,486
Democratic246,166
Reform48,387
Libertarian4,214
Taxpayers1,344

For United States Senator
Bob Smith, Republican242,257
Dick Swett, Democrat227,355
Ken Blevens, Libertarian22,261

For United States Representative
1.John E. Sununu, Republican123,939
Joe Keefe, Democrat115,462
Gary A. Flanders, Libertarian8,176
2.Charles F. Bass, Republican122,957
Deborah Arnie Arnesen, Democrat105,824
Carole Lamirande, Independent10,753
Roy Kendel, Independent American3,726

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in New Hampshire


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Independent American Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district123,939115,462------8,176------247,577
2d district122,957105,82410,753------3,726---243,260
Total246,896221,28610,753---8,1763,726---490,837
Senator242,257227,355------22,261------491,873
Presidential electors196,486246,166---48,3874,214---1,344496,597





NEW JERSEY


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,103,099
Democratic1,652,361
Independent 1 320,400

For United States Senator
Dick Zimmer, Republican1,227,351
Robert G. Torricelli, Democrat1,519,154
Richard J. Pezzullo, Independent50,971
Mary Jo Christian, Independent23,949
Paul A. Woomer, Independent15,183
Olga L. Rodriguez, Independent14,319
Mark Wise, Independent13,683
Wilburt Kornegay, Independent11,107
Steven J. Baeli, Independent7,749

For United States Representative
1.Mel Suplee, Republican44,287
Robert E. Andrews, Democrat160,413
Michael Edmondson, Independent2,668
Patricia A. Bily, Independent1,873
Norman E. Wahner, Independent1,493
2.Frank A. LoBiondo, Republican133,131
Ruth Katz, Democrat83,890
David Rodger Headrick, Independent1,439
Judith Lee Azaren, Independent1,174
Andrea Lippi, Independent1,084
3.Jim Saxton, Republican157,503
John Leonardi, Democrat81,590
Janice Presser, Independent3,037
Agnes A. James, Independent1,355
Eugene B. Ashworth, Independent1,134
Ken Feduniewicz, Independent659
4.Christopher H. Smith, Republican146,404
Kevin John Meara, Democrat77,565
Robert Figueroa, Independent3,000
J. Morgan Strong, Independent2,034
Arnold Kokans, Independent1,111
5.Marge Roukema, Republican181,323
Bill Auer, Democrat62,956
Lorraine L. LaNeve, Independent4,093
Dan Karlan, Independent2,118
Helen Hamilton, Independent1,678
Barry Childers, Independent1,266
E. Gregory Kresge, Independent899
6.Steven J. Corodemus, Republican73,402
Frank Pallone, Jr., Democrat124,635
Keith Quarles, Independent2,044
Richard Sorrentino, Independent1,509
Susan H. Normandin, Independent1,247
Stefanie C. Trice, Independent641
7.Bob Franks, Republican128,821
Larry Lerner, Democrat97,285
Dorothy DeLaura, Independent4,076
Nicholas W. Gentile, Independent1,693
Robert G. Robertson, Independent696
8.William J. Martini, Republican92,609
William J. Pascrell, Jr., Democrat98,861
Jeffrey M. Levine, Independent1,621
9.Kathleen A. Donovan, Republican89,005
Steven R. Rothman, Democrat117,646
Arthur B. Rosen, Independent2,730
Leon Myerson, Independent1,549
10.Vanessa Williams, Republican22,086
Donald M. Payne, Democrat127,126
Harley Tyler, Independent1,192
Toni M. Jackson, Independent656
11.Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, Republican169,091
Chris Evangel, Democrat78,742
Ed DeMott, Independent2,870
Austin S. Lett, Independent2,618
Victoria S. Spruiell, Independent1,837
12.Mike Pappas, Republican135,811
David M. DelVecchio, Democrat125,594
Virginia A. Flynn, Independent3,955
Joseph M. Mercurio, Independent2,650
Philip G. Cenicola, Independent1,211
13.Carlos E. Munoz, Republican25,427
Robert Menendez, Democrat115,459
Herbert H. Shaw, Independent2,136
Mike Buoncristiano, Independent2,094
William P. Estrada, Independent720
Rupert Ravens, Independent637

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in New Jersey


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Total
Representatives:
1st district44,287160,4136,034210,734
2d district133,13183,8903,697220,718
3d district157,50381,5906,185245,278
4th district146,40477,5656,145230,114
5th district181,32362,95610,054254,333
6th district73,402124,6355,441203,478
7th district128,82197,2856,465232,571
8th district92,60998,8611,621193,091
9th district89,005117,6464,279210,930
10th district22,086127,1261,848151,060
11th district169,09178,7427,325255,158
12th district135,811125,5947,816269,221
13th district25,427115,4595,587146,473
Total1,398,9001,351,76272,4972,823,159
Senator1,227,3511,519,154136,9612,883,466
Presidential electors1,103,0991,652,361 1 320,4003,075,860

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States: 262,134 for Reform Party; 32,465 for Green Party; 14,763 for Libertarian Party; 3,887 for Natural Law Party; 3,440 for U.S. Taxpayers Party; 1,837 for Socialist Workers Party; 1,337 for Workers World Party; and 537 for Socialist Equality Party.




NEW MEXICO


For Presidential Electors
Republican232,751
Democratic273,495
Green13,218
Reform32,257
Libertarian2,996
Taxpayers713
Natural Law644

For United States Senator
Pete V. Domenici, Republican357,171
Art Trujillo, Democrat164,356
Abraham J. Gutmann, Green24,230
Bruce M. Bush, Libertarian6,064

For United States Representative
1.Steven Schiff, Republican109,290
John Wertheim, Democrat71,635
Betty Turrietta-Koury, Independent4,459
John A. Uhrich, Green7,694
2.Joe Skeen, Republican95,091
E. Shirley Baca, Democrat74,915
3.Bill Redmond, Republican56,580
Bill Richardson, Democrat124,594
Ed D. Nagel, Libertarian4,097

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in New Mexico


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Green Reform Libertarian Taxpayers Natural Law Total
Representatives:
1st district109,29071,6354,4597,694------------193,078
2d district95,09174,915------------------170,006
3d district56,580124,594---------4,097------185,271
Total260,961271,1444,4597,694---4,097------548,355
Senator357,171164,356---24,230---6,064------551,821
Presidential electors232,751273,495---13,21832,2572,996713644556,074





NEW YORK


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,738,707
Democratic3,649,630
Independence (Reform candidate)503,458
Conservative (Republican candidate)183,392
Liberal (Democratic candidate)106,547
Right To Life (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)23,580
Green75,956
Freedom (Republican candidate)11,393
Libertarian12,220
Natural Law5,011
Socialist Workers2,762
Worker's World3,473
Blank/Scattering123,000

For United States Representative
1.Michael P. Forbes, Republican90,001
Independence6,599
Conservative11,962
Right To Life8,058
Nora L. Bredes, Democrat93,816
Save Medicare2,680
Blank/Scattering22,390
2.Rick Lazio, Republican97,105
Conservative15,030
Kenneth J. Herman, Democrat53,055
Independence4,898
Alice Cort Ross, Right To Life4,506
Blank/Scattering28,578
3.Peter T. King, Republican111,310
Conservative15,254
Freedom1,408
Dal A. Lamagna, Democrat93,145
Independence4,373
John A. De Prima, Liberal1,807
John J. O'Shea, Right To Life4,129
Blank/Scattering27,983
4.Dan Frisa, Republican78,004
Conservative10,522
Freedom1,016
Carolyn McCarthy, Democrat119,946
Independence7,114
Robert S. Berkowitz, Liberal1,162
Vincent P. Garbitelli, Right To Life3,252
Blank/Scattering15,222
5.Grant M. Lally, Republican59,394
Conservative8,951
Freedom899
Gary L. Ackerman, Democrat116,005
Independence5,633
Liberal4,280
Andrew J. Duff, Right To Life2,623
Blank/Scattering26,710
6.Jorawar Misir, Republican13,986
Independence1,467
Conservative2,267
Freedom628
Floyd H. Flake, Democrat102,799
Blank/Scattering32,091
7.Rose Birtley, Republican24,826
Independence2,724
Conservative4,542
Thomas J. Manton, Democrat78,848
Blank/Scattering40,245
8.Michael Benjamin, Republican25,005
Freedom1,023
Jerrold Nadler, Democrat123,809
Liberal8,134
George A. Galip, Jr., Conservative2,381
Blank/Scattering37,508
9.Robert J. Verga, Republican27,829
Independence1,899
Freedom760
Charles E. Schumer, Democrat102,556
Liberal4,551
Michael Mossa, Conservative5,618
Blank/Scattering34,947
10.Amelia Smith-Parker, Republican6,827
Conservative1,104
Freedom729
Edolphus Towns, Democrat97,125
Liberal2,764
Julian M. Hill, Jr., Right To Life893
Blank/Scattering44,224
11.Claudette Hayle, Republican5,369
Independence832
Conservative1,123
Freedom542
Major R. Owens, Democrat87,559
Liberal2,346
Blank/Scattering36,163
12.Miguel I. Prado, Republican7,824
Conservative1,303
Right To Life851
Nydia M. Velázquez;, Democrat58,947
Liberal2,966
Eleanor Garcia, Socialist Workers1,283
Blank/Scattering27,011
13.Susan Molinari, Republican74,836
Conservative14,619
Freedom5,205
Tyrone G. Butler, Democrat51,448
Liberal1,928
Anita Lerman, Independence2,337
Kathleen Marciano, Right To Life3,396
Blank/Scattering30,152
14.Jeffrey E. Livingston, Republican42,641
Carolyn B. Maloney, Democrat122,504
Liberal7,671
Thomas K. Leighton, Independence1,483
Green2,029
Joseph A. Lavezzo, Conservative2,188
Delco L. Cornett, Right To Life1,221
Blank/Scattering31,566
15.Edward R. Adams, Republican5,951
Charles B. Rangel, Democrat108,680
Liberal5,218
Ruben Dario Vargas, Independence1,763
Conservative2,133
Jose Suero, Right To Life989
Blank/Scattering30,502
16.Rodney Torres, Republican2,878
José E. Serrano, Democrat86,971
Liberal8,597
Owen Camp, Conservative787
Blank/Scattering31,489
17.Denis McCarthy, Republican11,488
Conservative2,448
Right To Life1,956
Eliot L. Engel, Democrat97,891
Liberal3,396
Dennis Coleman, Independence2,008
Blank/Scattering34,610
18.Kerry J. Katsorhis, Republican51,656
Conservative7,831
Nita M. Lowey, Democrat118,194
Concetta M. Ferrara, Independence4,283
Florence T. O'Grady, Right To Life3,758
Blank/Scattering27,852
19.Sue W. Kelly, Republican98,705
Freedom3,437
Richard S. Klein, Democrat83,975
Liberal2,951
William E. Haase, Independence4,104
Joseph J. DioGuardi, Conservative19,952
Right To Life7,472
Blank/Scattering23,390
20.Benjamin A. Gilman, Republican122,479
Yash P. Aggarwal, Democrat77,756
Liberal3,005
Ira W. Goodman, Independence5,016
Robert F. Garrison, Right To Life6,356
Blank/Scattering31,200
21.Nancy Norman, Republican62,630
Freedom1,841
Michael R. McNulty, Democrat136,964
Independence8,064
Conservative13,463
Lee H. Wasserman, Liberal16,794
Blank/Scattering27,852
22.Gerald B. H. Solomon, Republican119,467
Conservative15,728
Right To Life6,573
Freedom2,357
Steve James, Democrat94,192
Blank/Scattering27,477
23.Sherwood L. Boehlert, Republican118,653
Freedom5,973
Bruce W. Hapanowicz, Democrat50,436
Thomas E. Loughlin, Jr., Independence10,835
William Tapley, Right To Life7,790
Blank/Scattering32,462
24.John M. McHugh, Republican108,777
Conservative15,463
Donald Ravenscroft, Democrat43,692
William H. Beaumont, Independence6,750
Blank/Scattering35,264
25.James T. Walsh, Republican106,327
Independence7,283
Conservative11,733
Freedom1,348
Marty Mack, Democrat103,199
Blank/Scattering12,246
26.Sue Wittig, Republican78,946
Conservative9,569
Right To Life4,421
Freedom1,189
Maurice D. Hinchey, Democrat117,097
Liberal5,753
Douglas Walter Drazen, Independence5,531
Blank/Scattering15,931
27.Bill Paxon, Republican117,818
Conservative16,103
Right To Life6,821
Freedom1,826
Thomas M. Fricano, Democrat91,679
Save Medicare3,824
Blank/Scattering22,240
28.Geoff H. Rosenberger, Republican85,038
Conservative12,784
Freedom1,544
Louise McIntosh Slaughter, Democrat133,084
Blank/Scattering17,644
29.David B. Callard, Republican66,438
Conservative8,822
Right To Life4,831
Freedom1,044
John J. LaFalce, Democrat126,210
Liberal6,107
Blank/Scattering24,947
30.Jack Quinn, Republican97,320
Independence9,609
Conservative12,315
Freedom2,125
Francis J. Pordum, Democrat97,686
Protect Seniors2,354
Blank/Scattering19,996
31.Amo Houghton, Republican119,395
Conservative15,854
Freedom4,485
Bruce D. MacBain, Democrat49,502
Le Roy Stewart Wilson, Right To Life6,031
Blank/Scattering30,451


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in New York
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independence Conservative Liberal Right To Life Green Freedom Libertarian Save Medicare Natural Law Socialist Workers Worker's World Protect Seniors Blank/Scattering Total
Representatives:
1st district90,00193,8166,59911,962---8,058---------2,680------------22,390235,506
2d district97,10553,0554,89815,030---4,506------------------------28,578203,172
3d district111,31093,1454,37315,2541,8074,129---1,408------------------27,983259,409
4th district78,004119,9467,11410,5221,1623,252---1,016------------------15,222236,238
5th district59,394116,0055,6338,9514,2802,623---899------------------26,710224,495
6th district13,986102,7991,4672,267---------628------------------32,091153,238
7th district24,82678,8482,7244,542------------------------------40,245151,185
8th district25,005123,809---2,3818,134------1,023------------------37,508197,860
9th district27,829102,5561,8995,6184,551------760------------------34,947178,160
10th district6,82797,125---1,1042,764893---729------------------44,224153,666
11th district5,36987,5598321,1232,346------542------------------36,163133,934
12th district7,82458,947---1,3032,966851---------------1,283------27,011100,185
13th district74,83651,4482,33714,6191,9283,396---5,205------------------30,152183,921
14th district42,641122,5041,4832,1887,6711,2212,029---------------------31,566211,303
15th district5,951108,6801,7632,1335,218989------------------------30,502155,236
16th district2,87886,971---7878,597---------------------------31,489130,722
17th district11,48897,8912,0082,4483,3961,956------------------------34,610153,797
18th district51,656118,1944,2837,831---3,758------------------------27,852213,574
19th district98,70583,9754,10419,9522,9517,472---3,437------------------23,390243,986
20th district122,47977,7565,016---3,0056,356------------------------31,200245,812
21st district62,630136,9648,06413,46316,794------1,841------------------27,852267,608
22d district119,46794,192---15,728---6,573---2,357------------------27,477265,794
23d district118,65350,43610,835------7,790---5,973------------------32,462226,149
24th district108,77743,6926,75015,463------------------------------35,264209,946
25th district106,327103,1997,28311,733---------1,348------------------12,246242,136
26th district78,946117,0975,5319,5695,7534,421---1,189------------------15,931238,437
27th district117,81891,679---16,103---6,821---1,826---3,824------------22,240260,311
28th district85,038133,084---12,784---------1,544------------------17,644250,094
29th district66,438126,210---8,8226,1074,831---1,044------------------24,947238,399
30th district97,32097,6869,60912,315---------2,125---------------2,35419,996241,405
31st district119,39549,502---15,854---6,031---4,485------------------30,451225,718
Total2,038,9232,918,770104,605261,84989,43085,9272,02939,379---6,504---1,283---2,354880,3436,431,396
Presidential electors1,738,7073,649,630503,458183,392106,54723,58075,95611,39312,220---5,0112,7623,473 ---------





NORTH CAROLINA


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,225,938
Democratic1,107,849
Reform168,059
Libertarian8,740
Natural Law2,771
Write-in2,450

For United States Senator
Jesse Helms, Republican1,345,833
Harvey B. Gantt, Democrat1,173,875
Ray Ubinger, Libertarian25,396
J. Victor Pardo, Natural Law11,209
Write-in 143

For United States Representative
1.Ted Tyler, Republican54,666
Eva M. Clayton, Democrat108,759
Todd Murphrey, Libertarian1,072
Joseph Boxerman, Natural Law531
2.David Funderburk, Republican98,951
Bob Etheridge, Democrat113,820
Mark D. Jackson, Libertarian2,892
Robert Argy, Jr., Natural Law966
3.Walter B. Jones, Jr., Republican118,159
George Parrott, Democrat68,887
Edward Downey, Natural Law1,533
4.Fred Heineman, Republican126,466
David E. Price, Democrat157,194
David Allen Walker, Libertarian4,123
Russell Wollman, Natural Law1,201
5.Richard Burr, Republican130,177
Neil Grist Cashion, Jr., Democrat74,320
Barbara J. Howe, Libertarian4,193
Craig Berg, Natural Law1,008
6.Howard Coble, Republican167,828
Mark Costley, Democrat58,022
Gary Goodson, Libertarian2,693
7.Bill Caster, Republican75,811
Mike McIntyre, Democrat87,487
Chris Nubel, Libertarian1,573
Garrison King Frantz, Natural Law569
8.Curtis Blackwood, Republican81,676
W. G. (Bill) Hefner, Democrat103,129
Thomas W. Carlisle, Natural Law2,103
9.Sue Myrick, Republican147,755
Michel C. (Mike) Daisley, Democrat83,078
David L. Knight, Libertarian2,280
Jeannine Austin, Natural Law1,499
Write-in98
10.Cass Ballenger, Republican158,585
Ben Neill, Democrat65,103
Richard Kahn, Natural Law2,909
11.Charles H. Taylor, Republican132,860
James Mark Ferguson, Democrat91,257
Phil McCanless, Libertarian2,307
Milton Burrill, Natural Law1,601
12.Joseph A. (Joe) Martino, Jr., Republican46,581
Melvin L. Watt, Democrat124,675
Roger L. Kohn, Libertarian1,874
Walter Lewis, Natural Law1,269

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in North Carolina


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district54,666108,759---1,072531---165,028
2d district98,951113,820---2,892966---216,629
3d district118,15968,887------1,533---188,579
4th district126,466157,194---4,1231,201---288,984
5th district130,17774,320---4,1931,008---209,698
6th district167,82858,022---2,693------228,543
7th district75,81187,487---1,573569---165,440
8th district81,676103,129------2,103---186,908
9th district147,75583,078---2,2801,49998234,710
10th district158,58565,103------2,909---226,597
11th district132,86091,257---2,3071,601---228,025
12th district46,581124,675---1,8741,269---174,399
Total1,339,5151,135,731---23,00715,189982,513,540
Senator1,345,8331,173,875---25,39611,2091432,556,456
Presidential electors1,225,9381,107,849168,0598,7402,7712,4502,515,807





NORTH DAKOTA


For Presidential Electors
Republican125,050
Democratic106,905
Reform32,515
Independent Nomination (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)745
Libertarian847
Natural Law349

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Kevin Cramer, Republican113,684 Earl Pomeroy, Democrat144,833 Kenneth R. Loughead, Independent Nomination4,493
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in North Dakota


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Independent Nomination Libertarian Natural Law Total
Representative:
At large113,684144,833---4,493------263,010
Presidential electors125,050106,90532,515745847349266,411





OHIO


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,859,883
Democratic2,148,222
Reform483,207
Natural Law9,120
Libertarian12,851
Workers World10,813
U.S. Taxpayers7,361
Green2,962
Other15

For United States Representative
1.Steve Chabot, Republican118,324
Mark P. Longabaugh, Democrat94,719
John G. Halley, Natural Law5,381
2.Rob Portman, Republican186,853
Thomas R. Chandler, Democrat58,715
Kathleen M. McKnight, Natural Law13,905
3.David A. Westbrock, Republican75,732
Tony P. Hall, Democrat144,583
Dorothy H. Mackey, Natural Law5,088
Write-in1,800
4.Michael G. Oxley, Republican147,608
Paul Anthony McClain, Democrat69,096
Michael McCaffery, Natural Law11,057
5.Paul E. Gillmor, Republican145,892
Annie Saunders, Democrat81,170
David J. Schaffer, Natural Law11,461
6.Frank A. Cremeans, Republican111,907
Ted Strickland, Democrat118,003
Write-in16
7.David L. Hobson, Republican158,087
Richard K. Blain, Democrat61,419
Dawn Marie Johnson, Natural Law13,478
Write-in17
8.John A. Boehner, Republican165,815
Jeffrey D. Kitchen, Democrat61,515
William Baker, Natural Law8,613
9.Randy Whitman, Republican46,040
Marcy Kaptur, Democrat170,617
Elizabeth A. Slotnick, Natural Law4,677
10.Martin R. Hoke, Republican104,546
Dennis J. Kucinich, Democrat110,723
Robert B. Iverson, Natural Law10,415
Write-in12
11.James J. Sykora, Republican28,821
Louis Stokes, Democrat153,546
Sonja Glavina, Natural Law6,665
Write-in7
12.John R. Kasich, Republican151,667
Cynthia L. Ruccia, Democrat78,762
Barbara Ann Edelman, Natural Law7,005
13.Kenneth C. Blair, Jr., Republican87,108
Sherrod Brown, Democrat148,690
David Kluter, Natural Law8,707
14.Joyce George, Republican95,307
Thomas C. Sawyer, Democrat124,136
Terry E. Wilkinson, Natural Law8,976
Write-in16
15.Deborah Pryce, Republican156,776
Cliff Arnebeck, Jr., Democrat64,665
16.Ralph Regula, Republican159,314
Thomas E. Burkhart, Democrat64,902
Brad Graef, Natural Law7,611
17.James A. Traficant, Jr., Democrat218,283
James M. Cahaney, Natural Law21,685
18.Robert W. Ney, Republican117,365
Robert L. Burch, Democrat108,332
Margaret Chitti, Natural Law8,146
19.Steven C. LaTourette, Republican135,012
Thomas J. Coyne, Jr., Democrat101,152
Thomas A. Martin, Natural Law10,655


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Ohio
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Natural Law Libertarian Workers World U.S. Taxpayers Green Other Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district118,32494,719---5,381------------------218,424
2d district186,85358,715---13,905------------------259,473
3d district75,732144,583---5,088---------------1,800227,203
4th district147,60869,096---11,057------------------227,761
5th district145,89281,170---11,461------------------238,523
6th district111,907118,003---------------------16229,926
7th district158,08761,419---13,478---------------17233,001
8th district165,81561,515---8,613------------------235,943
9th district46,040170,617---4,677------------------221,334
10th district104,546110,723---10,415---------------12225,696
11th district28,821153,546---6,665---------------7189,039
12th district151,66778,762---7,005------------------237,434
13th district87,108148,690---8,707------------------244,505
14th district95,307124,136---8,976---------------16228,435
15th district156,77664,665------------------------221,441
16th district159,31464,902---7,611------------------231,827
17th district---218,283---21,685------------------239,968
18th district117,365108,332---8,146------------------233,843
19th district135,012101,152---10,655------------------246,819
Total2,192,1742,033,028---163,525---------------1,8684,390,595
Presidential electors1,859,8832,148,222483,2079,12012,85110,8137,3612,96215---4,534,434





OKLAHOMA


For Presidential Electors
Republican582,315
Democratic488,105
Reform130,788
Libertarian5,505

For United States Senator
James M. Inhofe, Republican670,610
Jim Boren, Democrat474,162
Bill Maguire, Independent15,092
Chris Nedbalek, Independent8,691
Agnes Marie Regier, Libertarian14,595

For United States Representative
1.Steve Largent, Republican143,415
Randolph John Amen, Democrat57,996
Karla Condray, Independent8,996
2.Tom A. Coburn, Republican112,273
Glen D. Johnson, Democrat90,120
3.Wes Watkins, Republican98,526
Darryl Roberts, Democrat86,647
Scott Demaree, Independent6,335
4.J. C. Watts, Jr., Republican106,923
Ed Crocker, Democrat73,950
Robert T. Murphy, Libertarian4,500
5.Ernest J. Istook, Jr., Republican148,362
James L. Forsythe, Democrat57,594
Ava Kennedy, Independent6,835
6.Frank D. Lucas, Republican113,499
Paul M. Barby, Democrat64,173

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Oklahoma


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Total
Representatives:
1st district143,41557,9968,996------210,407
2d district112,27390,120---------202,393
3d district98,52686,6476,335------191,508
4th district106,92373,950------4,500185,373
5th district148,36257,5946,835------212,791
6th district113,49964,173---------177,672
Total722,998430,48022,166---4,5001,180,144
Senator670,610474,16223,783---14,5951,183,150
Presidential electors582,315488,105---130,7885,5051,206,713





OREGON


For Presidential Electors
Republican538,152
Democratic649,641
Reform121,221
Pacific (Green candidate)49,415
Libertarian8,903
Socialist1,922
Natural Law2,798
U.S. Taxpayers3,379
Miscellaneous2,329

For United States Senator
Gordon Smith, Republican677,336
Tom Bruggere, Democrat624,370
Brent Thompson, Reform20,381
Gary Kutcher, Pacific14,193
Paul (Stormy) Mohn, Libertarian12,697
Christopher Phelps, Socialist5,426
Michael L. Hoyes, Natural Law4,425
Miscellaneous 1,402

For United States Representative
1.Bill Witt, Republican126,146
Elizabeth Furse, Democrat144,588
Richard Johnson, Libertarian6,310
David Princ, Socialist1,146
Miscellaneous414
2.Robert F. Smith, Republican164,062
Mike Dugan, Democrat97,195
Frank Wise, Libertarian4,581
Miscellaneous218
3.Scott Bruun, Republican65,259
Earl Blumenauer, Democrat165,922
Joe Keating, Pacific9,274
Bruce Alexander Knight, Libertarian4,474
Victoria P. Guillebeau, Socialist2,449
Miscellaneous531
4.John D. Newkirk, Republican76,649
Peter A. DeFazio, Democrat177,270
William (Bill) Bonville, Reform3,960
Allan Opus, Pacific1,311
Tonie Nathan, Libertarian4,919
David G. Duemler, Socialist1,373
Miscellaneous4,374
5.Jim Bunn, Republican125,409
Darlene Hooley, Democrat139,521
Lawrence Knight Duquesne, Libertarian5,191
Trey Smith, Socialist2,124
Miscellaneous391


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Oregon
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Pacific Libertarian Socialist Natural Law U.S. Taxpayers Miscellaneous Total
Representatives:
1st district126,146144,588------6,3101,146------414278,604
2d district164,06297,195------4,581---------218266,056
3d district65,259165,922---9,2744,4742,449------531247,909
4th district76,649177,2703,9601,3114,9191,373------4,374269,856
5th district125,409139,521------5,1912,124------391272,636
Total557,525724,4963,96010,58525,4757,092------5,9281,335,061
Senator677,336624,37020,38114,19312,6975,4264,425---1,4021,360,230
Presidential electors538,152649,641121,22149,4158,9031,9222,7983,3792,3291,377,760





PENNSYLVANIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,801,169
Democratic2,215,819
Reform430,984
Libertarian28,000
Constitutional (U.S. Taxpayers candidate)19,552
Natural Law5,783

For United States Representative
1.James D. Cella, Republican20,734
Thomas M. Foglietta, Democrat145,210
Write-in1
2.Larry G. Murphy, Republican23,047
Chaka Fattah, Democrat168,887
Write-in3
3.Joseph M. McColgan, Republican54,681
Robert A. Borski, Democrat121,120
4.Paul T. Adametz, Republican79,448
Ron Klink, Democrat142,621
Write-in98
5.John E. Peterson, Republican116,303
Ruth C. Rudy, Democrat76,627
Write-in73
6.Christian Y. Leinbach, Republican80,061
Tim Holden, Democrat115,193
Thomas E. List, Natural Law1,475
7.Curt Weldon, Republican165,087
John F. Innelli, Democrat79,875
John Pronchik, Natural Law1,688
Write-in16
8.James C. Greenwood, Republican133,749
John P. Murray, Democrat79,856
Richard J. Piotrowski, Libertarian6,991
David A. Booth, Constitutional5,714
Write-in12
9.Bud Shuster, Republican142,105
Monte Kemmler, Democrat50,650
Write-in67
10.Joseph M. McDade, Republican124,670
Joe Cullen, Democrat75,536
Thomas J. McLaughlin, Reform8,311
Write-in23
11.Stephen A. Urban, Republican60,339
Paul E. Kanjorski, Democrat128,258
Write-in12
12.Bill Choby, Republican58,643
John P. Murtha, Democrat136,815
Write-in23
13.Jon D. Fox, Republican120,304
Joseph M. Hoeffel, Democrat120,220
Thomas Patrick Burke, Libertarian4,930
Bill Ryan, Natural Law525
14.Bill Ravotti, Republican78,921
William J. Coyne, Democrat122,922
Paul Scherrer, Socialist Equality713
Write-in22
15.Bob Kilbanks, Republican82,803
Paul McHale, Democrat109,812
Nicholas R. Sabatine III, Reform6,931
Philip E. Faust, Natural Law812
Write-in5
16.Joseph R. Pitts, Republican124,511
James G. Blaine, Democrat78,598
Robert S. Yorczyk, Reform6,485
Write-in8
17.George W. Gekas, Republican150,678
Paul Kettl, Democrat57,911
Write-in27
18.David B. Fawcett, Republican86,829
Michael F. Doyle, Democrat120,410
Richard Edward Caligiuri, Independent6,859
Ralph A. Emmerich, Natural Law883
Write-in9
19.William F. Goodling, Republican130,716
Scott L. Chronister, Democrat74,944
Francis Worley, Francis Worley Congress3,194
Write-in109
20.Mike McCormick, Republican97,004
Frank Mascara, Democrat113,394
Write-in4
21.Phil English, Republican106,875
Ronald A. Dinicola, Democrat104,004
Write-in9


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Pennsylvania
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian Constitutional Natural Law Francis Worley Congress Socialist Equality Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district20,734145,210---------------------1165,945
2d district23,047168,887---------------------3191,937
3d district54,681121,120------------------------175,801
4th district79,448142,621---------------------98222,167
5th district116,30376,627---------------------73193,003
6th district80,061115,193------------1,475---------196,729
7th district165,08779,875------------1,688------16246,666
8th district133,74979,856------6,9915,714---------12226,322
9th district142,10550,650---------------------67192,822
10th district124,67075,536---8,311---------------23208,540
11th district60,339128,258---------------------12188,609
12th district58,643136,815---------------------23195,481
13th district120,304120,220------4,930---525---------245,979
14th district78,921122,922------------------71322202,578
15th district82,803109,812---6,931------812------5200,363
16th district124,51178,598---6,485---------------8209,602
17th district150,67857,911---------------------27208,616
18th district86,829120,4106,859---------883------9214,990
19th district130,71674,944---------------3,194---109208,963
20th district97,004113,394---------------------4210,402
21st district106,875104,004---------------------9210,888
Total2,037,5082,222,8636,85921,72711,9215,7145,3833,1947135214,316,403
Presidential electors1,801,1692,215,819---430,98428,00019,5525,783---------4,501,307





RHODE ISLAND


For Presidential Electors
Republican104,683
Democratic233,050
Reform43,723
Green6,040
Libertarian1,109
U.S. Taxpayers1,021
Natural Law435
Workers World186

For United States Senator
Nancy J. Mayer, Republican127,368
Jack Reed, Democrat230,676
Donald W. Lovejoy, Independent6,327

For United States Representative
1.Giovanni D. Cicione, Republican49,199
Patrick J. Kennedy, Democrat121,781
Michael J. Rollins, Independent1,737
Graham R. Schwass, Independent1,408
Gregory Raposa, Independent1,300
2.Richard E. Wild, Republican58,458
Robert A. Weygand, Democrat118,827
Thomas J. Ricci, Independent3,139
Gail Alison Casman, Independent2,199
Jack D. Potter, Independent1,695

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Rhode Island


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Green Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Natural Law Workers World Total
Representatives:
1st district49,199121,7814,445------------------175,425
2d district58,458118,8277,033------------------184,318
Total107,657240,60811,478------------------359,743
Senator127,368230,6766,327------------------364,371
Presidential electors104,683233,050---43,7236,0401,1091,021435186390,247





SOUTH CAROLINA


For Presidential Electors
Republican573,339
Democratic506,152
Reform27,464
Patriot (Reform candidate)36,913
Libertarian4,271
U.S. Taxpayers2,043

For United States Senator
Strom Thurmond, Republican619,859
Elliot Springs Close, Democrat510,951
Peter J. Ashy, Reform9,740
Annette C. Estes, Natural Law7,693
Richard T. Quillian, Libertarian12,988

For United States Representative
1.Marshall "Mark" Sanford, Republican138,467
Joseph F. Innella, Natural Law5,105
2.Floyd Spence, Republican158,229
Maurice T. Raiford, Natural Law17,713
3.Lindsey O. Graham, Republican114,273
Debbie Dorn, Democrat73,417
Lindal Pennington, Natural Law1,835
4.Bob Inglis, Republican138,165
Darrell E. Curry, Democrat54,126
C. Faye Walters, Natural Law2,501
5.Larry L. Bigham, Republican81,455
John M. Spratt, Jr., Democrat97,335
P. G. Joshi, Natural Law1,159
6.Gary McLeod, Republican51,974
James E. Clyburn, Democrat120,132
Savitap Joshi, Natural Law948

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in South Carolina


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Natural Law Patriot Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Total
Representatives:
1st district138,467------5,105---------143,572
2d district158,229------17,713---------175,942
3d district114,27373,417---1,835---------189,525
4th district138,16554,126---2,501---------194,792
5th district81,45597,335---1,159---------179,949
6th district51,974120,132---948---------173,054
Total682,563345,010---29,261---------1,056,834
Senator619,859510,9519,7407,693---12,988---1,161,231
Presidential electors573,339506,15227,464---36,9134,2712,0431,150,182





SOUTH DAKOTA


For Presidential Electors
Republican150,543
Democratic139,333
Independent 1 32,478
Libertarian1,472

For United States Senator
Larry Pressler, Republican157,954
Tim Johnson, Democrat166,533

For United States Representative

AT LARGE John R. Thune, Republican186,393 Rick Weiland, Democrat119,547 Stacey L. Nelson, Independent10,397 Kurt Evans, Independent6,866
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in South Dakota


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Libertarian Total
Representative:
At large186,393119,54717,263---323,203
Senator157,954166,533------324,487
Presidential electors150,543139,333 1 32,4781,472323,826

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States; 31,250 for Reform Party; 912 for U.S. Taxpayers Party; and 316 for Natural Law Party.




TENNESSEE


For Presidential Electors
Republican863,530
Democratic909,146
Independent 1 121,239
Write-in190

For United States Senator
Fred Thompson, Republican1,091,554
Houston Gordon, Democrat654,937
John Jay Hooker, Independent14,401
Bruce Gold, Independent5,865
Robert O. Watson, Independent5,569
Greg Samples, Independent4,104
Philip L. Kienlen, Independent2,173
Write-in 61

For United States Representative
1.William L. Jenkins, Republican117,676
Kay C. Smith, Democrat58,657
Dave Davis, Independent1,947
James B. Taylor, Independent1,089
Bill Bull Durham, Independent885
John Curtis, Independent621
Mike Fugate, Independent440
Paul Schmidt, Independent367
Write-in26
2.John J. Duncan, Jr., Republican150,953
Stephen Smith, Democrat61,020
Chris G. Dimit, Independent1,306
George Njezic, Independent289
Write-in6
3.Zach Wamp, Republican113,408
Charles N. "Chuck" Jolly, Democrat85,714
William A. Cole, Independent1,002
Walt "Combat" Ward, Independent718
Thomas Ed Morrell, Independent304
Richard M. "Dick" Sims, Independent294
Write-in4
4.Van Hilleary, Republican103,091
Mark Stewart, Democrat73,331
J. Patrick Lyons, Independent1,075
Preston T. Spaulding, Independent561
Write-in5
5.Steven L. Edmondson, Republican46,201
Bob Clement, Democrat140,264
Mike Childers, Independent7,318
6.Steve Gill, Republican94,599
Bart Gordon, Democrat123,846
Jim Coffer, Independent9,125
Write-in1
7.Ed Bryant, Republican126,737
Don Trotter, Democrat64,512
Steven E. Romer, Independent2,483
Write-in10
8.Tom Watson, Republican55,024
John S. Tanner, Democrat123,681
Donna Malone, Independent4,816
Write-in377
9.Rod DeBerry, Republican70,951
Harold E. Ford, Jr., Democrat116,345
Silky Sullivan, Independent957
Mary D. Taylor, Independent498
Anthony Burton, Independent424
Greg Voehringer, Independent327
Tom Jeannette, Independent222
Del Gill, Independent199
Bill Taylor, Independent179
Johnny E. Kelly, Independent156
Don Fox, Independent146
Write-in10

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Tennessee


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district117,67658,6575,34926181,708
2d district150,95361,0201,5956213,574
3d district113,40885,7142,3184201,444
4th district103,09173,3311,6365178,063
5th district46,201140,2647,318---193,783
6th district94,599123,8469,1251227,571
7th district126,73764,5122,48310193,742
8th district55,024123,6814,816377183,898
9th district70,951116,3453,10810190,414
Total878,640847,37037,7484391,764,197
Senator1,091,554654,93732,112611,778,664
Presidential electors863,530909,146 1 121,2391901,894,105

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States: 105,918 for Reform Party; 6,427 for Green Party; 5,020 for Libertarian Party; 1,818 for U.S. Taxpayers Party; and 636 for Natural Law Party.




TEXAS


For Presidential Electors
Republican2,736,167
Democratic2,459,683
Independent 1 378,537
Libertarian20,256
Natural Law4,422
U.S. Taxpayers7,472
Write-in5,107

For United States Senator
Phil Gramm, Republican3,027,680
Victor M. Morales, Democrat2,428,776
Michael Bird, Libertarian51,516
John Huff, Natural Law19,469

For United States Representative

(For special primary on November 5, 1996) 2
3.Sam Johnson, Republican142,325
Lee Cole, Democrat47,654
John Davis, Libertarian5,045
Write-in2
5.Pete Sessions, Republican80,196
John Pouland, Democrat70,922
Write-in1
6.Joe Barton, Republican160,800
Janet Carroll "Skeet" Richardson, Independent26,713
Catherine A. Anderson, Libertarian14,456
Doug Williams, U.S. Taxpayers6,547
7.Bill Archer, Republican152,024
Al J. K. Siegmund, Democrat28,187
Gene Hsiao, Independent3,896
Robert R. (Randy) Sims, Jr., Independent2,724
8.Kevin Brady, Republican80,325
Gene Fontenot, Republican75,399
Cynthia (CJ) Newman, Democrat26,246
Robert Musemeche, Democrat11,689
9.Steve Stockman, Republican88,171
Nick Lampson, Democrat83,782
Geraldine Sam, Democrat17,887
18.Larry White, Republican13,956
Jerry Burley, Republican7,877
George A. Young, Republican5,332
Sheila Jackson-Lee, Democrat106,111
Mike Lamson, Democrat4,412
22.Tom DeLay, Republican126,056
Scott Douglas Cunningham, Democrat59,030
24.Ed Harrison, Republican54,551
Martin Frost, Democrat77,847
Marion Jacob, Democrat4,656
Dale Mouton, Independent2,574
Write-in9
25.Dolly Madison McKenna, Republican21,898
Brent Perry, Republican16,737
John Devine, Republican9,070
John M. Sanchez, Republican8,984
Ken G. Mathis, Republican3,649
Ron (RC) Meinke, Republican997
Lloyd W. Oliver, Republican827
Dotty Quinn Collins, Republican561
Ken Bentsen, Democrat43,701
Beverley Clark, Democrat21,699
Jerry Freiwirth, Socialist Workers270
26.Richard K. Armey, Republican163,708
Jerry Frankel, Democrat58,623
Write-in11
29.Jack Rodriguez, Republican28,381
Gene Green, Democrat61,751
Jack W. Klinger, U.S. Taxpayers1,340
30.John Hendry, Republican20,664
Lisa Kitterman, Republican7,761
Eddie Bernice Johnson, Democrat61,723
James L. Sweatt, Democrat9,909
Marvin E. Crenshaw, Democrat7,765
Lisa Hembry, Independent3,501
Ada Granado, Independent1,278
Stevan A. Hammond, Independent468
Write-in3

(Runoff Election–December 10, 1996) 2
8.Kevin Brady, Republican30,366
Gene Fontenot, Republican21,004
9.Steve Stockman, Republican52,870
Nick Lampson, Democrat59,225
25.Dolly Madison McKenna, Republican21,892
Ken Bentsen, Democrat29,396

(General Election)
1.Ed Merritt, Republican93,105
Max Sandlin, Democrat102,697
Margaret A. Palms, Natural Law3,368
2.Brian Babin, Republican89,838
Jim Turner, Democrat102,908
Henry McCullough, Independent2,390
David Constant, Libertarian1,240
Gary Hardy, Natural Law595
4.Jerry Ray Hall, Republican71,065
Ralph M. Hall, Democrat132,126
Steven Rothacker, Libertarian3,172
Enos M. Denham, Jr., Natural Law814
10.Teresa Doggett, Republican97,204
Lloyd Doggett, Democrat132,066
Gary Johnson, Libertarian3,950
Steve Klayman, Natural Law1,771
11.Jay Mathis, Republican74,549
Chet Edwards, Democrat99,990
Ken Hardin, Natural Law1,396
12.Kay Granger, Republican98,349
Hugh Parmer, Democrat69,859
Heather Proffer, Natural Law1,996
13.William M. "Mac" Thornberry, Republican116,098
Samuel Brown Silverman, Democrat56,066
Don Harkey, Natural Law1,463
14.Ron Paul, Republican99,961
Charles (Lefty) Morris, Democrat93,200
Ed Fasanella, Natural Law2,538
15.Tom Haughey, Republican50,914
Rubén; Hinojosa, Democrat86,347
Rob Wofford, Natural Law1,333
16.Rick Ledesma, Republican35,271
Silvestre Reyes, Democrat90,260
Carl Proffer, Natural Law2,253
17.Rudy Izzard, Republican91,429
Charles W. Stenholm, Democrat99,678
Richard Caro, Natural Law1,887
19.Larry Combest, Republican156,910
John W. Sawyer, Democrat38,316
20.James Walker, Republican47,616
Henry B. Gonzalez, Democrat88,190
Alejandro (Alex) De Pena, Libertarian2,156
Lyndon Felps, Natural Law447
21.Lamar S. Smith, Republican205,830
Gordon H. Wharton, Democrat60,338
Randy Rutenbeck, Natural Law3,139
23.Henry Bonilla, Republican101,332
Charles P. Jones, Democrat59,596
Linda J. Caswell, Natural Law2,911
27.Joe Gardner, Republican50,964
Solomon P. Ortiz, Democrat97,350
Kevin G. Richardson, Natural Law2,286
28.Mark L. Cude, Republican34,191
Frank Tejeda, Democrat110,148
Clifford Finley, Natural Law1,796

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Texas


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Libertarian Natural Law U.S. Taxpayers Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district93,105102,697------3,368------199,170
2d district89,838102,9082,3901,240595------196,971
3d district142,32547,654---5,045------2195,026
4th district71,065132,126---3,172814------207,177
5th district80,19670,922------------1151,119
6th district160,80026,713---14,456---6,547---208,516
7th district152,02428,1876,620------------186,831
8th district 3 51,370------------------51,370
9th district 3 52,87059,225---------------112,095
10th district97,204132,066---3,9501,771------234,991
11th district74,54999,990------1,396------175,935
12th district98,34969,859------1,996------170,204
13th district116,09856,066------1,463------173,627
14th district99,96193,200------2,538------195,699
15th district50,91486,347------1,333------138,594
16th district35,27190,260------2,253------127,784
17th district91,42999,678------1,887------192,994
18th district27,165110,523---------------137,688
19th district156,91038,316---------------195,226
20th district47,61688,190---2,156447------138,409
21st district205,83060,338------3,139------269,307
22d district126,05659,030---------------185,086
23d district101,33259,596------2,911------163,839
24th district54,55182,5032,574---------9139,637
25th district 3 21,89229,396---------------51,288
26th district163,70858,623------------11222,342
27th district50,96497,350------2,286------150,600
28th district34,191110,148------1,796------146,135
29th district28,38161,751---------1,340---91,472
30th district28,42579,3975,247---------3113,072
Total2,604,3892,233,05916,83130,01929,9937,887264,922,204
Senator3,027,6802,428,776---51,51619,469------5,527,441
Presidential electors2,736,1672,459,683 1 378,53720,2564,4227,4725,1075,611,644

1 Candidate appears on Reform Party ticket in most other States.
2 A three-judge court of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas redrew the boundaries of districts 18, 29, and 30, and redrew portions of districts 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 22, 24, 25, and 26. The District Court further ordered that the candidates in these districts who have filed by August 30, 1996 and been certified by September 5, 1996 will compete in an open primary (special election) on November 5, 1996, concurrent with the general election; that on November 12, 1996, the Governor shall canvass the results of the special election and order a runoff if necessary; and that on December 10, 1996, a special election runoff, shall be held, if necessary. See Bush v. Vera, (Sup. Ct. Doc. No. 94–805); Vera v. Bush, Civil No. H–94–0277 (S.D. Tex., filed August 6, 1996.)
3 The recapitulation reflects votes cast in the runoff election held on December 10, 1996.




UTAH


For Presidential Electors
Republican361,911
Democratic221,633
Independent1,101
Reform66,461
Natural Law1,085
Libertarian4,129
Green4,615
Independent American (American candidate)1,290
U.S. Taxpayers2,601
Socialist Workers235
Workers World298
Prohibition111
Write-in159

For United States Representative
1.James V. Hansen, Republican150,126
Gregory J. Sanders, Democrat65,866
Randall Tolpinrud, Natural Law3,787
2.Merrill Cook, Republican129,963
Ross C. Anderson, Democrat100,283
Catherine Carter, Natural Law2,981
Arly H. Pedersen, Independent American3,070
Write-in24
3.Chris Cannon, Republican106,220
Bill Orton, Democrat98,178
Amy L. Lassen, Libertarian2,341
John Phillip Langford, Socialist Workers270
Gerald "Bear" Slothower, Unaffiliated706


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Utah
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Natural Law Libertarian Green Independent American U.S. Taxpayers Socialist Workers Workers World Prohibition Unaffiliated Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district150,12665,866------3,787---------------------------219,779
2d district129,963100,283------2,981------3,070---------------24236,321
3d district106,22098,178---------2,341---------270------706---207,715
Total386,309264,327------6,7682,341---3,070---270------70624663,815
Presidential electors361,911221,6331,10166,4611,0854,1294,6151,2902,601235298111---159665,629





VERMONT


For Presidential Electors
Republican80,352
Democratic137,894
Reform31,024
Green Coalition (Green candidate)5,585
Libertarian1,183
Liberty Union (Socialist candidate)292
Natural Law498
Grass Roots480
U.S. Taxpayers382
Socialist Workers199
Write-in560

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Susan W. Sweetser, Republican83,021 Jack Long, Democrat23,830 Bernard Sanders, Independent140,678 Thomas J. Morse, Libertarian2,693 Peter Diamondstone, Liberty Union1,965 Robert Melamede, Vermont Grass Roots1,350 Norio Kushi, Natural Law812 Write-in357


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Vermont
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Green Coalition Libertarian Liberty Union Vermont Grass Roots Natural Law Grass Roots U.S. Taxpayers Socialist Workers Write-in Total
Representative:
At large83,02123,830140,678------2,6931,9651,350812---------357254,706
Presidential electors80,352137,894---31,0245,5851,183292---498480382199560258,449





VIRGINIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican1,138,350
Democratic1,091,060
Reform159,861
Taxpayers13,687
Libertarian9,174
Natural Law4,510

For United States Senator
John W. Warner, Republican1,235,744
Mark R. Warner, Democrat1,115,982
Write-in 2,989

For United States Representative
1.Herbert H. Bateman, Republican165,574
Write-in1,661
2.John F. Tate, Republican57,586
Owen B. Pickett, Democrat106,215
Write-in195
3.Elsie Goodwyn Holland, Republican25,781
Robert C. Scott, Democrat118,603
Write-in34
4.Anthony J. "Tony" Zevgolis, Republican43,516
Norman Sisisky, Democrat160,100
Write-in50
5.George C. Landrith III, Republican70,869
Virgil H. Goode, Jr., Democrat120,323
George R. "Tex" Wood, Virginia Reform6,627
Write-in104
6.Bob Goodlatte, Republican133,576
Jeffrey W. Grey, Democrat61,485
Jay P. Rutledge, Independent4,229
Write-in71
7.Tom Bliley, Republican189,644
Roderic H. Slayton, Democrat51,206
Bradley E. Evans, Independent11,527
Write-in128
8.John E. Otey, Republican64,562
James P. Moran, Democrat152,334
Sarina J. Grosswald, Independent5,239
Charles Stanard Severance, Independent740
R. Ward Edmonds, Virginia Reform6,243
Write-in303
9.Patrick C. Muldoon, Republican58,055
Rick Boucher, Democrat122,908
Thomas I. "Tom" Roberts, Virginia Reform8,080
Write-in34
10.Frank R. Wolf, Republican169,266
Robert L. "Bob" Weinberg, Democrat59,145
Gary A. Reams, Independent6,500
Write-in102
11.Thomas M. Davis, Republican138,758
Thomas J. "Tom" Horton, Democrat74,701
C. W. "Levi" Levy, Independent2,842
Write-in181


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Virginia
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Virginia Reform Taxpayers Libertarian Natural Law Write-in Total
Representatives:
1st district165,574---------------------1,661167,235
2d district57,586106,215------------------195163,996
3d district25,781118,603------------------34144,418
4th district43,516160,100------------------50203,666
5th district70,869120,323------6,627---------104197,923
6th district133,57661,4854,229---------------71199,361
7th district189,64451,20611,527---------------128252,505
8th district64,562152,3345,979---6,243---------303229,421
9th district58,055122,908------8,080---------34189,077
10th district169,26659,1456,500---------------102235,013
11th district138,75874,7012,842---------------181216,482
Total1,117,1871,027,02031,077---20,950---------2,8632,199,097
Senator1,235,7441,115,982------------------2,9892,354,715
Presidential electors1,138,3501,091,060---159,861---13,6879,1744,510---2,416,642





WASHINGTON


For Presidential Electors
Republican840,712
Democratic1,123,323
Independent 1 62,696
Reform201,003
Natural Law6,076
Libertarian12,522
U.S. Taxpayers4,578
Workers World2,189
Socialist Workers738

For United States Representative
1.Rick White, Republican141,948
Jeff Coopersmith, Democrat122,187
2.Jack Metcalf, Republican124,655
Kevin Quigley, Democrat122,728
Karen Leibrant, Natural Law9,561
3.Linda Smith, Republican123,117
Brian Baird, Democrat122,230
4.Doc Hastings, Republican108,647
Rick Locke, Democrat96,502
5.George R. Nethercutt, Jr., Republican131,618
Judy Olson, Democrat105,166
6.Bill Tinsley, Republican71,337
Norman D. Dicks, Democrat155,467
Ted Haley, Independent5,561
Michael Huddleston, Natural Law3,545
7.Frank Kleschen, Republican49,341
Jim McDermott, Democrat209,753
8.Jennifer Dunn, Republican170,691
Dave Little, Democrat90,340
9.Randy Tate, Republican99,199
Adam Smith, Democrat105,236
David Gruenstein, Natural Law5,432


Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Washington
Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Natural Law Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Workers World Socialist Workers Total
Representatives:
1st district141,948122,187---------------------264,135
2d district124,655122,728------9,561------------256,944
3d district123,117122,230---------------------245,347
4th district108,64796,502---------------------205,149
5th district131,618105,166---------------------236,784
6th district71,337155,4675,561---3,545------------235,910
7th district49,341209,753---------------------259,094
8th district170,69190,340---------------------261,031
9th district99,199105,236------5,432------------209,867
Total1,020,5531,129,6095,561---18,538------------2,174,261
Presidential electors840,7121,123,323 1 62,696201,0036,07612,5224,5782,1897382,253,837

1 Includes 60,322 votes for candidate appearing on the Green Party ticket in most other States.




WEST VIRGINIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican233,946
Democratic327,812
Reform71,639
Libertarian3,062

For United States Senator
Betty A. Burks, Republican139,088
John D. Rockefeller IV, Democrat456,526

For United States Representative
1.Alan B. Mollohan, Democrat171,334
2.Greg Morris, Republican63,933
Robert E. Wise, Jr., Democrat141,551
3.Nick J. Rahall II, Democrat145,550

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in West Virginia


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Reform Libertarian Total
Representatives:
1st district---171,334------171,334
2d district63,933141,551------205,484
3d district---145,550------145,550
Total63,933458,435------522,368
Senator139,088456,526------595,614
Presidential electors233,946327,81271,6393,062636,459





WISCONSIN


For Presidential Electors
Republican845,029
Democratic1,071,971
Independent 1 32,766
Reform227,339
Libertarian7,929
U.S. Taxpayers8,811
Scattering2,324

For United States Representative
1.Mark W. Neumann, Republican118,408
Lydia C. Spottswood, Democrat114,148
Scattering245
2.Scott L. Klug, Republican154,557
Paul R. Soglin, Democrat110,467
Ben Masel, Libertarian4,226
Scattering124
3.James E. Harsdorf, Republican112,146
Ron Kind, Democrat121,967
Scattering537
4.Tom Reynolds, Republican98,438
Gerald D. Kleczka, Democrat134,470
Scattering376
5.Paul D. Melotik, Republican47,384
Thomas M. Barrett, Democrat141,179
James D. Soderna, U.S. Taxpayers3,696
Scattering310
6.Thomas E. Petri, Republican169,213
Al Lindskoog, Democrat55,377
James Dean, Libertarian4,494
Timothy Farness, U.S. Taxpayers2,532
Scattering103
7.Scott West, Republican103,365
David R. Obey, Democrat137,428
Scattering105
8.David Prosser, Republican119,398
Jay W. Johnson, Democrat129,551
Scattering208
9.F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr., Republican197,910
Floyd Brenholt, Democrat67,740
Scattering225

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Wisconsin


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Reform Libertarian U.S. Taxpayers Scattering Total
Representatives:
1st district118,408114,148------------245232,801
2d district154,557110,467------4,226---124269,374
3d district112,146121,967------------537234,650
4th district98,438134,470------------376233,284
5th district47,384141,179---------3,696310192,569
6th district169,21355,377------4,4942,532103231,719
7th district103,365137,428------------105240,898
8th district119,398129,551------------208249,157
9th district197,91067,740------------225265,875
Total1,120,8191,012,327------8,7206,2282,2332,150,327
Presidential electors845,0291,071,971 1 32,766227,3397,9298,8112,3242,196,169

1 Includes candidates appearing on the following party tickets in most other States: 28,723 for Green Party; 1,379 for Natural Law Party; 1,333 for Workers World Party; 848 for Socialist Party; and 483 for Socialist Workers Party.




WYOMING


For Presidential Electors
Republican105,388
Democratic77,934
Independent 1 25,928
Libertarian1,739
Natural Law582

For United States Senator
Michael B. Enzi, Republican114,116
Kathy Karpan, Democrat89,103
W. David Herbert, Libertarian5,289
Lloyd Marsden, Natural Law2,569

For United States Representative

AT LARGE Barbara Cubin, Republican116,004 Pete Maxfield, Democrat85,724 Dave Dawson, Libertarian8,255
Recapitulation of Votes Cast in Wyoming


Title of candidate Republican Democratic Independent Libertarian Natural Law Total
Representative:
At large116,00485,724---8,255---209,983
Senator114,11689,103---5,2892,569211,077
Presidential electors105,38877,934 1 25,9281,739582211,571

1 Candidate appears on Reform Party ticket in most other States.




PUERTO RICO


For Resident Commissioner
Carlos A. Romero-Barceló, New Progressive973,654
Celeste Benitez, Popular Democratic904,048
Manuel Rodríguez; Orellana, Puerto Rican Independence68,827
Total1,946,529

AMERICAN SAMOA


(Runoff Election–November 19, 1996)
Eni F. H. Faleomavaega, Democrat6,321
Gus Hannemann, (none stated)4,871
Total11,192

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


For Presidential Electors
Republican17,339
Democratic158,220
Green4,780
Reform3,611
Socialist Workers257
Libertarian588
Natural Law283
Write-in648
Total185,726
For Delegate
Sprague Simonds, Republican11,306
Eleanor Holmes Norton, Democrat134,996
Faith, Independent2,119
Sam Manuel, Socialist Workers1,146
Write-in431
Total149,998

GUAM


For Delegate
Robert A. Underwood, Democrat (only candidate on ballot)34,395
Total34,395

VIRGIN ISLANDS


For Delegate

(General Election)
Kenneth E. Mapp, Republican3,973
Donna Christian-Green, Democrat4,162
Victor O. Frazer, Independent7,202
Write-in14
Total15,351
(Runoff Election–November 19, 1996)
Donna Christian-Green, Democrat12,869
Victor O. Frazer, Independent11,913
Total24,782

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