Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986

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Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986
1984 ←
November 4, 1986 → 1990

  Bill Clinton.jpg Frank D. White 1995.jpg
Nominee Bill Clinton Frank D. White
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 439,802 248,427
Percentage 63.89% 36.08%


Election results by county

Governor before election

Bill Clinton

Elected Governor

Bill Clinton

The Arkansas gubernatorial election of 1986 were conducted on November 4, 1986 to elect the Governor of Arkansas. Incumbent Democratic Governor Bill Clinton was eligible to seek a second consecutive and third overall term in the state governorship. The winner of the election would go on to serve a four years term, after the implementation of Amendment 63. Incumbent Bill Clinton won the election with almost 64% of the vote.