Electoral history of Joe Lieberman

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Electoral history of Joe Lieberman, senior United States Senator from Connecticut (serving since 1987, a Democrat until 2006 and Independent Democrat from 2007) and 2000 Democratic nominee for Vice President of the United States

1980 congressional election[edit]

Connecticut's 3rd congressional district, 1980:[1]

U.S. Senate elections (1988-2000)[edit]

United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1988:[2]

United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1994:[3]

United States Senate election in Connecticut, 2000:[4]

Presidential politics[edit]

2000 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[5]

  • Joe Lieberman - 4,337 (100.00%)

United States presidential election, 2000:

2004 Democratic presidential primaries:[6]

2006 U.S. Senate election[edit]

Connecticut Democratic Senatorial Convention, May 20, 2006:[7]

  • Joe Lieberman (inc.) - 1,004 (66.53%)
  • Ned Lamont - 505 (33.47%)

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Connecticut, August 8, 2006:[8]

  • Ned Lamont - 146,587 (51.79%)
  • Joe Lieberman (inc.) - 136,468 (48.21%)

United States Senate election in Connecticut, 2006:[9]

  • Joe Lieberman (Connecticut for Lieberman) (inc.) - 564,095 (49.71%)
  • Ned Lamont (D) - 450,844 (39.73%)
  • Alan R. Schlesinger (R) - 109,198 (9.62%)
  • Ralph Ferrucci (Green) - 5,922 (0.52%)
  • Timothy A. Knibbs (Concerned Citizens) - 4,638 (0.41%)
  • Carl E. Vassar (I) (write-in) - 80 (0.01%)

References[edit]