Electoral history of Mike Gravel

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Former Senator Mike Gravel

Electoral history of Mike Gravel, Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives (1965–1966), United States Senator from Alaska (1969–1981), candidate for the 1972 Democratic Party Vice Presidential nomination and 2008 Democratic and later Libertarian Presidential nomination

Alaska's At-large congressional district, 1966 (Democratic primary):[1]

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Alaska, 1968:[2]

  • Mike Gravel – 17,971 (52.88%)
  • Ernest Gruening (inc.) – 16,015 (47.12%)

Alaska United States Senate election, 1968:[3]

1972 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[4]

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Alaska, 1974:[5]

Alaska United States Senate election, 1974:[6]

  • Mike Gravel (D) (inc.) – 54,361 (58.28%)
  • Clyde R. Lewis (R) – 38,914 (41.72%)

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Alaska, 1980:[7]

2008 New Hampshire Democratic Vice Presidential primary:[8]

2008 Democratic presidential primaries:[9]

Excluding Florida and Michigan, only primary and caucuses votes:

Including Florida and Michigan:

(* – dropped out from race)
(PN – presumptive nominee)

2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries (selected):[10]

2008 Libertarian National Convention (Presidential tally):[11]

First ballot:

Second ballot:

Third ballot:

Fourth ballot:

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