Pennsylvania state elections, 2004


Pennsylvania state elections, 2004

Pennsylvania's state elections were held November 2, 2004. [http://www.electionreturns.state.pa.us/ElectionsInformation.aspx?FunctionID=12&ElectionID=11 Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information ] ] Necessary primary elections were held on April 27, 2004. [http://www.electionreturns.state.pa.us/ElectionsInformation.aspx?FunctionID=12&ElectionID=10 Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information ] ]

President

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Howard Dean
votes = 79,799
percentage = 10.1
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = John Edwards
votes = 76,762
percentage = 9.7
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = John F. Kerry
votes = 585,683
percentage = 74.1
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Dennis J. Kucinich
votes = 30,110
percentage = 3.8
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
votes = 17,528
percentage = 2.2
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = George W. Bush
votes = 861,555
percentage = 100.0

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = John F. Kerry
Runningmate:John Edwards
votes = 2,938,095
percentage = 51.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = George W. Bush
Runningmate:Dick Cheney
votes = 2,793,847
percentage = 48.5
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Green Party (US)
candidate = David K. Cobb
Runningmate:Pat LaMarche
votes = 6,319
percentage = 0.1
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = Michael Badnarik
Runningmate:Richard Campagna
votes = 21,185
percentage = 0.4
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Constitution Party (US)
candidate = Michael Anthony Peroutka
Runningmate:Chuck Baldwin
votes = 6,318
percentage = 0.1

enator

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Joseph M. Hoeffel
votes = 595,816
percentage = 100.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Arlen Specter
votes = 530,839
percentage = 50.8
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Pat Toomey
votes = 513,693
percentage = 49.2

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Constitution Party (US)
candidate = James N. Clymer
votes = 220,056
percentage = 4.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Joseph M. Hoeffel
votes = 2334126
percentage = 42.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Arlen Specter
votes = 2,925,080
percentage = 52.6
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = Betsy Summers
votes = 79,263
percentage = 1.4

Attorney General

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = David Barasch
votes = 207,560
percentage = 28.2
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Jim Eisenhower
votes = 282,515
percentage = 38.3
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = John M. Morganelli
votes = 246,765
percentage = 33.5
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Bruce Castor
votes = 439,711
percentage = 47.2
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Tom Corbett
votes = 491,651
percentage = 52.8

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Tom Corbett
votes = 2730718
percentage = 50.4
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Jim Eisenhower
votes = 2621927
percentage = 48.3
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Green Party (US)
candidate = Marakay J. Rogers
votes = 70,624
percentage = 1.3

Auditor General

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = Berlie R. Etzel
votes = 52,869
percentage = 1.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Joe Peters
votes = 2,430,648
percentage = 45.4
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Green Party (US)
candidate = Ben G. Price
votes = 53,716
percentage = 1.0
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Constitution Party (US)
candidate = Leonard E. Ritchie
votes = 28,776
percentage = 0.5
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Jack Wagner
votes = 2,786,909
percentage = 52.1

tate Treasurer

Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Bob Casey, Jr.
votes = 3,353,489
percentage = 61.3
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Constitution Party (US)
candidate = Max Lampenfield
votes = 20,406
percentage = 0.4
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jean Craige Pepper
votes = 1,997,951
percentage = 36.5
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = Darryl W. Perry
votes = 61,238
percentage = 1.1
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Green Party (US)
candidate = Paul Teese
votes = 40,740
percentage = 0.7

Pennsylvania State Senate

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Ballot Question

Election box candidate no party no change
candidate = Yes
votes = 725,970
percentage = 63.0
Election box candidate no party no change
candidate = No
votes = 426,043
percentage = 37.0

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