Electoral history of Bob Barr

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Former Representative Bob Barr

Electoral history of Bob Barr, Republican Representative from Georgia (1995–2003) and Libertarian Party presidential nominee in 2008 election.

Senate and House races (1992–2002)[edit]

Republican primary for the United States Senate from Georgia, 1992:[1]

  • Paul Coverdell – 100,016 (37.05%)
  • Bob Barr – 65,471 (24.25%)
  • John Knox – 64,514 (23.90%)
  • Charlie Tanksley – 32,590 (12.07%)
  • Dean Parkinson – 7,352 (2.72%)

Republican primary runoff for the United States Senate from Georgia, 1992:[2]

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 1994 (Republican primary):[3]

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 1994:[4]

  • Bob Barr (R) – 71,265 (51.93%)
  • Buddy Darden (D) (inc.) – 65,978 (48.07%)

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 1996:[5]

  • Bob Barr (R) (inc.) – 112,009 (57.80%)
  • Charlie Watts (D) – 81,765 (42.20%)

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 1998:[6]

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 2000:[7]

  • Bob Barr (R) (inc.) – 126,312 (55.26%)
  • Roger Kahn (D) – 102,272 (44.74%)

Georgia's 7th congressional district, 2002 (Republican primary):[8]

  • John Linder (inc.) – 56,893 (64.45%)
  • Bob Barr (inc.) – 31,377 (35.55%)

Note: Linder, incumbent from 11th district, ran against 7th district incumbent Barr due to districts borders changes

United States presidential election, 2008[edit]

2008 Libertarian National Convention:[9]

First ballot:

Second ballot:

Third ballot:

Fourth ballot:

Fifth ballot:

Sixth ballot:

2008 Libertarian ticket:

See also[edit]

References[edit]