Electoral history of John Conyers

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This is the electoral history of John Conyers, the second most senior member of the United States House of Representatives. He was first elected in 1964, and re-elected in every subsequent election.

Almanac[edit]

United States Congressional service
Dates Congress Chamber Majority President District
1965–1967 89th U.S. House Democratic Lyndon Johnson District 1
1967–1969 90th U.S. House Democratic Lyndon Johnson District 1
1969–1971 91st U.S. House Democratic Richard Nixon District 1
1971–1973 92nd U.S. House Democratic Richard Nixon District 1
1973–1975 93rd U.S. House Democratic Nixon/Ford District 1
1975–1977 94th U.S. House Democratic Gerald Ford District 1
1977–1979 95th U.S. House Democratic Jimmy Carter District 1
1979–1981 96th U.S. House Democratic Jimmy Carter District 1
1981–1983 97th U.S. House Democratic Ronald Reagan District 1
1983–1985 98th U.S. House Democratic Ronald Reagan District 1
1985–1987 99th U.S. House Democratic Ronald Reagan District 1
1987–1989 100th U.S. House Democratic Ronald Reagan District 1
1989–1991 101st U.S. House Democratic George H. W. Bush District 1
1991–1993 102nd U.S. House Democratic George H. W. Bush District 1
1993–1995 103rd U.S. House Democratic Bill Clinton District 14
1995–1997 104th U.S. House Republican Bill Clinton District 14
1997–1999 105th U.S. House Republican Bill Clinton District 14
1999–2001 106th U.S. House Republican Bill Clinton District 14
2001–2003 107th U.S. House Republican George W. Bush District 14
2003–2005 108th U.S. House Republican George W. Bush District 14
2005–2007 109th U.S. House Republican George W. Bush District 14
2007–2009 110th U.S. House Democratic George W. Bush District 14
2009-2011 111th U.S. House Democratic Barack Obama District 14
2011-2013 112th U.S. House Republican Barack Obama District 14
2013- 113th U.S. House Republican Barack Obama District 13

Election results[edit]

Michigan's 1st congressional district: Results 1964–1990[1][2][3]
Year Democrat Votes  % Republican Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  %
1964 John Conyers 138,589 84% Robert Blackwell 25,735 16% Milton Henry Freedom Now 1,504 1%
1966 John Conyers 89,808 84% Reecha Ross 16,853 16%
1968 John Conyers 127,847 100% No candidate
1970 John Conyers 93,075 88% Howard Johnson 11,876 11% Jacqueline Rice Socialist Workers 617 1%
1972 John Conyers 131,353 88% Walter Girardot 16,096 11% Nina Hubbard American Independent 817 1% Maceo Dixon Socialist Workers 337 0%
1974 John Conyers 97,620 91% Walter Girardot 9,358 9% Hattie McCutcheon Socialist Workers 419 0% Lewis Steinhardt U.S. Labor 176 0%
1976 John Conyers 126,161 92% Isaac Hood 8,927 7% Hector McGregor American Independent 727 1% B.R. Washington Socialist Workers 306 0% Thomas Jones Libertarian 245 0%
1978 John Conyers 89,646 93% Robert Arnold 6,878 7%
1980 John Conyers 123,286 95% William Bell 6,244 5% Thomas Jones Libertarian 699 1%
1982 John Conyers 125,517 97% No candidate Bill Krebaum Libertarian 3,188 2% Eddie Benjamin Workers League 1,140 1%
1984 John Conyers 152,432 89% Edward Mack 17,393 10% Andrew Pulley Socialist Workers 685 0%
1986 John Conyers 94,307 89% Bill Ashe 10,407 10% Peter Bowen Independent 539 1% Andrew Pulley Independent 529 1%
1988 John Conyers 127,800 91% Bill Ashe 10,979 8% Jonathan Flint Libertarian 744 1% Sam Johnson Workers Against Concessions 615 0%
1990 John Conyers 76,556 89% Ray Shoulders 7,298 9% Robert Mays NPA 1,134 1% Jonathan Flint Libertarian 764 1%


Michigan's 14th congressional district: Results 1992–2010[1][2][3]
Year Democrat Votes  % Republican Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  %
1992 John Conyers 165,496 82% John Gordon 32,036 16% Richard Miller Natural Law 2,043 1% D'Artagnan Collier Workers League 1,296 1%
1994 John Conyers 128,463 81% Richard Fournier 26,215 17% Richard Miller Natural Law 2,953 2%
1996 John Conyers 157,722 85% William Ashe 22,152 12% Scott Boman Libertarian 2,953 2% Richard Miller Natural Law 736 0% Willie Reid NPA 717 0%
1998 John Conyers 126,321 87% Vendella Collins 16,140 11% Michael Freyman Libertarian 1,764 1% Richard Miller Natural Law 1,080 1%
2000 John Conyers 168,982 89% William Ashe 17,582 9% Constance Catalfio Libertarian 2,113 1% Richard Miller Natural Law 1,030 1%
2002 John Conyers 145,285 83% Dave Stone 26,544 15% Francis Schorr Libertarian 1,532 1% John Litle Green 1,247 1%
2004 John Conyers 213,681 84% Veronica Pedraza 35,089 14% Michael Donahue Libertarian 2,278 1% Lisa Weltman Green 2,224 1% Wilbert Sears U.S. Taxpayers 1,307 1%
2006 John Conyers 158,755 85% Chad Miles 27,367 15%
2008 John Conyers 227,841 92% No candidate Richard Secula Libertarian 10,732 4% Clyde Shabazz Green 8,015 3%
2010 John Conyers 115,511 77% Don Ukrainec 29,902 20% Marc Sosnowski U.S. Taxpayers 3,206 2% Richard Secula Libertarian 1,859 1%
Michigan's 13th congressional district: Results 2012[3]
Year Democrat Votes  % Republican Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  % Third Party Party Votes  %
2012 John Conyers 235,336 83% Harry Sawicki 38,769 14% Chris Sharer Libertarian 6,076 2% Martin Gray U.S. Taxpayers 4,089 1%

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Office of the House Clerk – Electoral Statistics". Clerk of the United States House of Representatives. 
  2. ^ a b "Election Results". Federal Election Commission. pp. 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008. 
  3. ^ a b c "Previous Election Information". Michigan Secretary of State. Retrieved 4 February 2011.