United States Senate special election in Washington, 1983

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United States Senate special election in Washington, 1983
Washington (state)
1982 ←
November 3, 1983
→ 1988

  DanielJEvans.jpg MikeLowry.png
Nominee Dan Evans Mike Lowry
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 672,326 540,981
Percentage 55.41% 44.59%

Senator before election

Dan Evans
Republican

Elected Senator

Dan Evans
Republican

The United States Senate special election in Washington, 1983, was a special election to fill the seat which had been held by longtime Senator Henry Jackson. Daniel J. Evans, who had been appointed by Governor John Spellman, won the special election.

Election results[edit]

Washington United States Senate special election, 1983[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Daniel Evans 672,326 55.41%%
Democratic Mike Lowry 540,981 44.59%%

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