Electoral history of Howard Dean

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Chairman Dean at a DNC event in 2006

Howard Dean was a Governor of Vermont, candidate for President of the United States, and Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.[1]

Vermont elections[edit]

Year Office Incumbent Party Votes Pct Challenger Party Votes Pct 3rd Party Party Votes Pct
1982 VT House Howard Dean[2] Democratic 596 66.4% Timothy K. McKenzie Citizens 300 33.4%
1984 VT House Howard Dean Democratic 1092 98.9%
1986 Lt. Gov. Susan Auld[3] Republican 84,413 44.4% Howard Dean Democratic 99,929 52.5%
1988 Lt. Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 154,660 66.5% Pan B. Zolotas Republican 69,731 30.0% Lisa Steckler Liberty Union 7,952 3.4%
1990 Lt. Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 120,956 58.1% Michael Bernhardt Republican 80,706 38.7%
1992 Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 213,523 74.73% John McClaughry Republican 65,837 23.04%
1994 Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 145,661 68.6% David F. Kelley Republican 40,292 19.0% Thomas J. Morse Independent 15,000 7.0%
1996 Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 179,544 70.5% John L. Gropper Republican 57,161 22.4%
1998 Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 121,425 55.6% Ruth Dwyer Republican 89,726 41.1%
2000 Gov. Howard Dean Democratic 148,059 50.4% Ruth Dwyer Republican 111,359 37.9% Anthony Pollina Progressive 28,116 9.5%

United States presidential election, 2004[edit]

2004 Democratic presidential primaries:[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office of Vermont Secretary of State Deb Markowitz - State Archives
  2. ^ Dean was not the incumbent, the district of Chittenden 7-4 was being used for the first time.
  3. ^ Auld was not the incumbent, Peter Smith, a fellow Republican, did not seek reelection but instead ran unsuccessfully for Governor.
  4. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - D Primaries Race - Jan 13, 2004