Electoral history of Barry Goldwater

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Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ)

Electoral history of Barry Goldwater, United States Senator from Arizona (1953-1965, 1969-1987) and Republican Party nominee for President of the United States during 1964 election

Phoenix City Council, At-large district, 1949:[1]

Elected:

Defeated:

  • Rocky Ford - 4,678 (4.94%)
  • Tony Grosso - 3,000 (3.17%)
  • James H. Kerby - 2,177 (2.30%)

Phoenix City Council, At-large district, 1951:[2]

Elected:

Defeated:

  • A.J. Beaty
  • Guz Rodriguez
  • Charles Romaine
  • Calvin R. Sanders
  • John W. Strode
  • James A. Tilley, Sr.

Republican primary for the United States Senator (class 1) from Arizona, 1952:[3]

United States Senate election in Arizona, 1952:[4]

  • Barry Goldwater (R) - 132,063 (51.31%)
  • Ernest McFarland (D) (inc.) - 125,338 (48.69%)

United States Senate election in Arizona, 1958:[5]

  • Barry Goldwater (R) (inc.) - 164,593 (56.06%)
  • Ernest McFarland (D) - 129,030 (43.94%)

1960 Republican presidential primaries:[6]

1960 Republican National Convention (presidential tally):[7]

United States presidential election, 1960:

1960 presidential election

1964 Republican presidential primaries:[8]

1964 Republican primaries results by state Technically in South Dakota and Florida, Goldwater finished in second to "Unpledged Delegates," but he finished before all other candidates.

1964 Republican National Convention (presidential tally):[9]

1964 presidential elections

United States presidential election, 1964:

United States Senate election in Arizona, 1968:[10]

  • Barry Goldwater (R) - 274,607 (57.22%)
  • Roy Elson (D) - 205,338 (42.78%)

United States Senate election in Arizona, 1974:[11]

  • Barry Goldwater (R) (inc.) - 320,396 (58.26%)
  • Jonathan Marshall (D) - 229,523 (41.74%)

United States Senate election in Arizona, 1980:[12]

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