Electoral history of David Duke

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This is the electoral history of David Duke.

State Senator, 1975 (Baton Rouge Area)[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, November 1, 1975

Louisiana State Senate, 1975
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Kenneth Osterberger 22,287 66
Democratic David Duke 11,079 33
N/A Others 1
Total 100

State Senator, 10th District, 1979 (Suburban New Orleans)[edit]

Threshold > 50% First Ballot, October 27, 1979

Louisiana State Senate, 10th District, 1979
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Joseph Tiemann 21,329 57
Democratic David Duke 9,897 26
N/A Others 6,459 17
Total 37,685 100

Democratic Nomination for United States Presidential Candidate, 1988 (Louisiana results)[edit]

Threshold = Plurality

1988 Democratic Presidential primary in Louisiana
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Jesse Jackson 221,522 35
Democratic Al Gore 174,971 28
Democratic Michael Dukakis 95,661 15
Democratic Dick Gephardt 67,029 11
Democratic Gary Hart 26,437 4
Democratic David Duke 23,391 4
Democratic Others 16,008 3
Total 625,019 100

United States President 1988 (Louisiana Results)[edit]

Threshold = Plurality

1988 Presidential election in Louisiana
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican George H. W. Bush & Dan Quayle 883,672 54
Democratic Michael Dukakis & Lloyd Bentsen 717,309 44
Populist David Duke & Floyd Parker 18,612 1
Other Others 8,429 1
Total 1,628,022 100

State Representative, 81st Representative District, 1989 (Suburban New Orleans)[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, January 21, 1989[edit]

State Representative, 81st District, 1989
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican David Duke 3,995 33.07
Republican John S. Treen 2,277 18.85
Republican Delton Charles 2,030 16.80
Democratic Budd Olister 1,150 9.52
Republican Roger Villere 1,142 9.45
Republican Ron Courtade 791 6.55
Democratic Buddy Savoie 697 5.77
Total 12,082 100

Second Ballot, February 18, 1989[edit]

State Representative, 81st District, 1989
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican David Duke 8,459 50.68
Republican John S. Treen 8,232 49.32
Total 16,691 100
Republican hold

United States Senator, 1990[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, October 6, 1990[edit]

United States Senate Election, 1990
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic J. Bennett Johnston, Jr. (inc.) 753,198 53.95
Republican David Duke 607,091 43.48
Democratic Nick Joseph Accardo 21,578 1.55
Democratic Larry Crowe 14,345 1.03
Total 1,396,212 100
Democratic hold

Governor of Louisiana, 1991[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, October 9, 1991[edit]

1991 Louisiana gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Edwin Edwards 523,096 33.76
Republican David Duke 491,342 31.71
Republican Buddy Roemer (inc.) 410,690 26.51
Republican Clyde C. Holloway 82,683 5.34
Democratic Sam S. Jones 11,847 0.76
Other Ed Karst 9,663 0.62
Democratic Fred Dent 7,385 0.48
Republican Anne Thompson 4,118 0.27
Democratic Jim Crowley 4,000 0.26
Democratic Albert Powell 2,053 0.13
Other Ronnie Johnson 1,372 0.09
Democratic Cousin Ken Lewis 1,006 0.06
Total 1,549,255 100

Second Ballot, November 16, 1991[edit]

1991 Louisiana gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Edwin Edwards 1,057,031 61.17
Republican David Duke 671,009 38.83
Total 1,728,040 100
Democratic gain from Republican

Republican Nomination for United States Presidential Candidate, 1992 (Louisiana Results)[edit]

Threshold = Plurality

Primary Day, March 10, 1992[edit]

1992 Republican Presidential primary in Louisiana[1]
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican George H. W. Bush 83,747 61.98
Republican Pat Buchanan 36,526 27.03
Republican David Duke 11,956 8.85
Republican Pat Paulsen 1,186 0.88
Republican Tennie Rogers 1,111 0.82
Republican George A. Zimmermann 474 0.35
Republican Thomas S. Fabish 114 0.08
Total 135,114 100

United States Senator, 1996[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, September 21, 1996[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 1996
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican Woody Jenkins 322,244 26.23
Democratic Mary Landrieu 264,268 21.51
Democratic Richard Ieyoub 250,682 20.41
Republican David Duke 141,489 11.52
Republican Jimmy Hayes 71,699 5.84
Republican Bill Linder 58,243 4.74
Republican Chuck McMains 45,164 3.68
Republican Peggy Wilson 31,877 2.6
Democratic Troyce Guice 15,277 1.24
Other Nicholas J. Accardo 10,035 0.82
Other Arthur D. "Jim" Nichols 7,894 0.64
Democratic Sadie Roberts-Joseph 4,660 0.38
Other Tom Kirk 1,987 0.16
Other Darryl Paul Ward 1,770 0.14
Other Sam Houston Melton, Jr. 1,270 0.1
Total 1,228,559 100

Second Ballot, November 5, 1996[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 1996
Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Mary Landrieu 852,945 50.17
Republican Woody Jenkins 847,157 49.83
Total 1,700,102 100
Democratic hold

U. S. Representative, Louisiana's 1st Congressional District, 1999 (Suburban New Orleans)[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, May 1, 1999[edit]

Louisiana's 1st congressional district election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican David C. Treen 36,719 25.06
Republican David Vitter 31,741 21.67
Republican David Duke 28,059 19.15
Republican Monica Monica 22,928 15.65
Democratic Bill Strain 16,446 11.23
Republican Rob Couhig 9,295 6.34
Democratic Darryl P. Ward 720 0.49
Republican Patrick E. Landry 344 0.23
Republican S. J. LoCoco 246 0.17
Total 146,498 100

Second Ballot, May 29, 1999[edit]

Louisiana's 1st congressional district election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes  %
Republican David Vitter 61,661 50.75
Republican David C. Treen 59,849 49.25
Total 121,510 100
Republican hold

United States Senator, 2016[edit]

Threshold > 50%

First Ballot, November 8, 2016[edit]

United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2016
Party Candidate Votes  %
No party Beryl Billiot
Republican Charles Boustany
Democratic Foster Campbell
Republican Joseph Cao
Libertarian Thomas Clements
Republican Donald "Crawdaddy" Crawford
Republican David Duke
Democratic Derrick Edwards
Democratic Caroline Fayard
Republican John Fleming
Libertarian Le Roy Gillam
No party Troy Hebert
Republican John Neely Kennedy
Democratic Gary Landrieu
Other Bob Lang
Republican Rob Maness
No party Kaitlin Marone
Republican Charles Marsala
Democratic Vinny Mendoza
Republican Abhay Patel
Democratic Josh Pellerin
Other Gregory Taylor
No party Arden Wells
Democratic Peter Williams
Total

References[edit]

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