Electoral history of Hubert Humphrey

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Vice President Hubert Humphrey

Hubert Horatio Humphrey, 38th Vice President of the United States (1965–1969), United States Senator from Minnesota (1949–1964 and 1971–1978), 35th Mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota (1945–1948).

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1948:[1]

1952 Democratic presidential primaries:[2]

1952 Democratic National Convention (1st Presidential tally):[3]

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1954:[4]

1956 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally): First ballot:

Second ballot:

Third ballot:

1960 Democratic presidential primaries:[5]

1960 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[6]

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1960:

1964 Democratic presidential primaries:[7]

1964 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[8]

United States presidential election, 1964:

1968 Democratic presidential primaries:[9]

1968 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[10]

United States presidential election, 1968

DFL primary for United States Senate from Minnesota, 1970:[11]

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1970:[12]

  • Hubert Humphrey (DFL) – 788,256 (57.75%)
  • Clark MacGregor (R) – 568,025 (41.62%)
  • Nancy Strebe (Socialist Workers) – 6,122 (0.45%)
  • William Braatz (Indrustial Government) – 2,484 (0.18%)

1972 Democratic presidential primaries:[13]

1972 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[14]

1976 Democratic presidential primaries:[15]

1976 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[16]

Minnesota United States Senate election, 1976:[17]

  • Hubert Humphrey (DFL) (inc.) – 1,290,736 (67.51%)
  • Gerald Brekke (R) – 478,602 (25.03%)
  • Paul Helm (American) – 125,612 (6.57%)
  • William Peterson (Socialist Workers) – 9,380 (0.49%)
  • Robin E. Miller (Libertarian) – 5,476 (0.29%)
  • Matt Savola (Communist) – 2,214 (0.12%)

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