Electoral history of Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY)

Electoral history of Hillary Rodham Clinton, 67th United States Secretary of State (2009-2013), United States Senator from New York (2001-2009), First Lady of the United States (1993-2001) and a candidate for 2008 Democratic Party Presidential nomination

New York United States Senate elections, 2000 and 2006[edit]

Democratic primary for United States Senate from New York, 2000

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 565,353 (81.98%)
  • Mark P. McMahon - 124,315 (18.03%)

New York United States Senate election, 2000:

Clinton also ran on the Working Families and Liberal lines, while Lazio on Conservative

Working Families Party United States Senate convention, 2006:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (inc.) - 9,364 (93.64%)
  • Jonathan Tasini - 636 (6.36%)

Democratic primary for United States Senate from New York, 2006:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton (inc.) - 640,955 (83.68%)
  • Jonathan Tasini - 124,999 (16.32%)

New York United States Senate election, 2006:

Clinton also ran on Independence and Working Families line, while Spencer on Conservative

United States presidential election, 2008[edit]

2008 Democratic presidential primaries:

Excluding penalized contests, only primary and caucuses votes:

  • Barack Obama - 16,706,853 (49.03%)
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 16,239,821 (47.66%)
  • John Edwards* - 742,010 (2.17%)
  • Bill Richardson* - 89,054 (0.26%)
  • Uncommitted - 82,660 (0.24%)
  • Dennis Kucinich* - 68,482 (0.2%)
  • Joe Biden* - 64,041 (0.18%)
  • Mike Gravel* - 27,662 (0.08%)
  • Christopher Dodd* - 25,300 (0.07%)
  • Others - 22,556 (0.06%)

Including penalized contests:

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 18,225,175 (48.03%)
  • Barack Obama - 17,988,182 (47.41%)
  • John Edwards* - 1,006,275 (2.65%)
  • Uncommitted - 299,610 (0.79%)
  • Bill Richardson* - 106,073 (0.28%)
  • Dennis Kucinich* - 103,994 (0.27%)
  • Joe Biden* - 81,641 (0.22%)
  • Scattering - 44,348 (0.12%)
  • Mike Gravel* - 40,251 (0.11%)
  • Christopher Dodd* - 35,281 (0.09%)

(* - dropped out from race before end of caucuses and primaries)

2008 Democratic delegate counts (just before dropping out):

(2,118 delegates needed to secure nomination)

Pledged delegates:[1]

  • Barack Obama - 1,765
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 1,637
  • John Edwards - 4

Including superdelegates:

  • Barack Obama - 2,156 (52.79%)
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 1,922 (47.06%)
  • John Edwards - 6 (0.15%)

2008 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

Unfinished roll call vote:

  • Barack Obama - 1549 (35.07%)
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton - 341.5 (7.73%)
  • Abstaining - 1 (0%)

Legal Services Corporation nominations, 1978 and 1980[edit]

Confirmation in the United States Senate:[2][3]

1978

  • Confirmed for a two-year term, expiring in 1980.

1980

  • Confirmed for a three year term, expiring in 1983.

Secretary of State nomination, 2009[edit]

Confirmation in the United States Senate:[4]

  • Yea - 94
  • Nay - 2
  • Non-voting - 2

See also[edit]

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