Robert Lucas (candidate)

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Robert Lucas was the Republican party's 2004 nominee to challenge the long-term incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Sherrod Brown, who had served since 1992.[1] He lost the general election decisively, receiving less than half as many votes as the incumbent.[2]

In 2004 Lucas was a resident of Akron, Ohio. A first-time candidate, he was employed at a telemarketing company.[1]

Republican party primary election results: [3]

Candidate Votes Percentage
Robert Lucas 15,900 59
Joe Ortega 11,193 41

General election results:

Candidate Votes Percentage
Robert Lucas 95,025 33
Sherrod Brown 196,139 67

See also:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "REPUBLICAN NEWCOMER EYES 13TH, ROBERT LUCAS LONG SHOT IN RACE AGAINST BETTER-FINANCED, VETERAN DEMOCRATIC REP. SHERROD BROWN" Akron Beacon Journal(OH) - October 12, 2004
  2. ^ Akron Beacon-Journal
  3. ^ Akron Beacon-Journal