Electoral history of Walter Mondale


Electoral history of Walter Mondale

Electoral history of Walter Mondale, 42nd Vice President of the United States and 1984 Democratic Party presidential nominee.

Minnesota Attorney General, 1962 [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=80676 Our Campaigns - MN Attorney General Race - Nov 06, 1962 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale (DLF) (inc.) - 730,783 (59.64%)
* Robert L. Kunzig (R) - 494,621 (40.36%)

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1966 [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=7080 Our Campaigns - MN US Senate Race - Nov 08, 1966 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) - 685,840 (53.94%)
* Robert A. Forsythe (R) - 574,868 (45.21%)
* Joseph Johnson (Socialist Workers) - 5,487 (0.43%)
* William Braatz (Industrial Government) - 5,231 (0.41%)

1972 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally) [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=58482 Our Campaigns - US President - D Convention Race - Jul 10, 1972 ] ] :
* George McGovern - 1,729 (57.37%)
* Henry M. Jackson - 525 (17.42%)
* George Wallace - 382 (12.67%)
* Shirley Chisholm - 152 (5.04%)
* Terry Sanford - 78 (2.59%)
* Hubert Humphrey - 67 (2.22%)
* Wilbur Mills - 34 (1.13%)
* Edmund Muskie - 25 (0.83%)
* Ted Kennedy - 13 (0.43%)
* Wayne Hays - 5 (0.17%)
* Eugene McCarthy - 2 (0.07%)
* Ramsey Clark - 1 (0.03%)
* Walter Mondale - 1 (0.03%)

Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party primary for the United States Senate, 1972 [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=344518 Our Campaigns - MN US Senate- D Primary Race - Sep 12, 1972 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale (inc.) - 230,679 (89.88%)
* Tom Griffin - 11,266 (4.39%)
* Richard Leaf - 7,750 (3.02%)
* Ralph E. Franklin - 6,946 (2.71%)

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1972 [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=6535 Our Campaigns - MN US Senate Race - Nov 07, 1972 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale (DLF) (inc.) - 981,320 (56.67%)
* Phil Hansen (R) - 742,121 (42.86%)
* Karl H. Heck (Socialist Labor) - 8,192 (0.47%)

1976 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally) [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=59893 Our Campaigns - US Vice President - D Convention Race - Jul 12, 1976 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale - 2,817 (94.28%)
* Carl Albert - 36 (1.21%)
* Barbara Jordan - 25 (0.84%)
* Ron Dellums - 20 (0.67%)
* Henry M. Jackson - 16 (0.54%)
* Gary Benoit - 12 (0.40%)
* Frank Church - 11 (0.37%)
* Fritz Efaw - 11 (0.37%)
* Peter Flaherty - 11 (0.37%)
* George Wallace - 6 (0.20%)
* Allard Lowenstein - 5 (0.17%)
* Edmund Muskie - 4 (0.13%)
* Philip Hart - 2 (0.07%)
* Thomas E. Morgan - 2 (0.07%)
* Mo Udall - 2 (0.07%)
* Wendell Anderson - 1 (0.03%)
* Al Castro - 1 (0.03%)
* Fred R. Harris - 1 (0.03%)
* Ernest Hollings - 1 (0.03%)
* Peter Rodino - 1 (0.03%)
* Daniel Schorr - 1 (0.03%)
* Josephnie Smith - 1 (0.03%)
* Hunter S. Thompson - 1 (0.03%)

United States presidential election, 1976
* Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (D) - 40,831,881 (50.1%) and 297 electoral votes (55.2%, 23 states and D.C. carried)
* Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (R) - 39,148,634 (48.0%) and 240 electoral votes (44.6%, 27 states carried)
* Ronald Reagan/Bob Dole - 1 (0.2%) electoral vote (Washington faithess elector)
* Eugene McCarthy (I) - 740,460 (0.9%)
* Roger McBride/David Bergland (LBT) - 172,553 (0.2%)
* Lester Maddox/William D. Dyke (American Independent) - 170,274 (0.2%)
* Thomas J. Anderson/Rufus Shackelford (American) - 158,271 (0.2%)
* Peter Camejo/Willie Mae Reid (Socialist Workers) - 90,986 (0.1%)
* Others - 218,525 (0.3%)

1980 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally) [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=58484 Our Campaigns - US President - D Convention Race - Aug 11, 1980 ] ] :
* Jimmy Carter (inc.) - 2,123 (64.04%)
* Ted Kennedy - 1,151 (34.72%)
* William Proxime - 10 (0.30%)
* Koryne Kaneski Horbal - 5 (0.15%)
* Scott M. Matheson - 5 (0.15%)
* Ron Dellums - 3 (0.09%)
* Robert Byrd - 2 (0.06%)
* John Culver - 2 (0.06%)
* Kent Hance - 2 (0.06%)
* Jennings Randolph - 2 (0.06%)
* Warren Spannaus - 2 (0.06%)
* Alice Tripp - 2 (0.06%)
* Jerry Brown - 1 (0.03%)
* Dale Bumpers - 1 (0.03%)
* Hugh L. Carey - 1 (0.03%)
* Walter Mondale - 1 (0.03%)
* Edmund Muskie - 1 (0.03%)
* Thomas J. Steed - 1 (0.03%)

"'1980 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally) [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=59872 Our Campaigns - US Vice President - D Convention Race - Aug 11, 1980 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale (inc.) - 2,429 (72.99%)
* Abstaining - 724 (21.76%)
* Melvin Boozer - 48 (1.44%)
* Ed Rendell - 28 (0.84%)
* Roberto A. Mondragon - 19 (0.57%)
* Patricia Stone Simon - 11 (0.33%)
* Tom Daschle - 10 (0.30%)
* Ted Kulongoski - 8 (0.24%)
* Shirley Chisholm - 6 (0.18%)
* Terry Chisholm - 6 (0.18%)
* Barbara Jordan - 4 (0.12%)
* Richard M. Nolan - 4 (0.12%)
* Patrick Joseph Lucey - 3 (0.09%)
* Jerry Brown - 2 (0.06%)
* George McGovern - 2 (0.06%)
* Eric Tovar - 2 (0.06%)
* Mo Udall - 2 (0.06%)
* Les Aspin - 1 (0.03%)
* Mario Biaggi - 1 (0.03%)
* George S. Broody - 1 (0.03%)
* Michella Kathleen Gray - 1 (0.03%)
* Michael J. Carrington - 1 (0.03%)
* Frank Johnson - 1 (0.03%)
* Eunice Kennedy Shriver - 1 (0.03%)
* Dennis Krumm - 1 (0.03%)
* Mary Ann Kuharski - 1 (0.03%)
* Jim McDermott - 1 (0.03%)
* Barbara Mikulski - 1 (0.03%)
* Gaylord Nelson - 1 (0.03%)
* George Orwell - 1 (0.03%)
* Charles Prine - 1 (0.03%)
* William A. Redmond - 1 (0.03%)
* Jim Thomas - 1 (0.03%)
* Elly Uharis - 1 (0.03%)
* Jim Weaver - 1 (0.03%)
* William Winpisinger - 1 (0.03%)

United States presidential election, 1980:
* Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush (R) - 43,903,230 (50.7%) and 489 electoral votes (90.9%, 44 states carried)
* Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (D) (inc.) - 35,480,115 (41.0%) and 49 electoral votes (9.1%, 6 states and D.C. carried)
* John B. Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (I) - 5,719,850 (6.6%)
* Ed Clark/David H. Koch (LBT) - 921,128 (1.1%)
* Barry Commoner/LaDonna Harris (Citizens) - 233,052 (0.3%)
* John Rarick/Eileen Shearer (American Independent) - 40,906 (0.0%)
* Ellen McCormack/Carroll Driscoll (Right to Life) - 32,320 (0.0%)
* Others - 252,303 (0.3%)

1984 Democratic presidential primaries [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=55208 Our Campaigns - US President - D Primaries Race - Feb 20, 1984 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale - 6,952,912 (38.32%)
* Gary Hart - 6,504,842 (35.85%)
* Jesse Jackson - 3,282,431 (18.09%)
* John Glenn - 617,909 (3.41%)
* George McGovern - 334,801 (1.85%)
* Unpledged delegates - 146,212 (0.81%)
* Lyndon LaRouche - 123,649 (0.68%)
* Reubin O'Donovan Askew - 52,759 (0.29%)
* Alan Cranston - 51,437 (0.28%)
* Ernest Hollings - 33,684 (0.19%)

1984 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally) [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=58503 Our Campaigns - US President - D Convention Race - Jul 16, 1984 ] ] :
* Walter Mondale - 2,191 (56.41%)
* Gary Hart - 1,201 (30.92%)
* Jesse Jackson - 466 (12.00%)
* Thomas Eagleton - 18 (0.46%)
* George McGovern - 4 (0.10%)
* John Glenn - 2 (0.05%)
* Joe Biden - 1 (0.03%)
* Martha Kirkland - 1 (0.03%)

United States presidential election, 1984:
* Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush (R) (inc.) - 54,455,472 (58.8%) and 525 electoral votes (97.58%, 49 states carried)
* Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro (D) - 37,577,352 (40.6%) and 13 electoral votes (2.42%, 1 state and D.C. carried)
* David Bergland/James A. Lewis (LBT) - 228,111 (0.3%)
* Others - 392,298 (0.4%)

Minnesota United States Senate election, 2002 [ [http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=12 Our Campaigns - MN US Senate Race - Nov 05, 2002 ] ] :
* Norm Coleman (R) - 1,116,697 (49.53%)
* Walter Mondale (DLF) - 1,067,246 (47.34%)
* Jim Moore (Minnesota Independence Party) - 45,139 (2.00%)
* Paul Wellstone (DLF) (write-in) - 11,381 (0.51%)
* Ray Tricomo (Green) - 10,119 (0.45%)
* Miro Drago Kovatchevich (CST) - 2,254 (0.10%)
* Others - 1,796 (0.08%)

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