Electoral history of Howie Hawkins

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The electoral history of Howie Hawkins includes the 2020 Green Party presidential primaries and caucuses, campaigns for United States Senate and House of Representatives in New York, and the city of Syracuse, New York.

Electoral history[edit]

City of Syracuse elections[edit]

2009[edit]

2009 Syracuse common councilor election (District 4)[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Thomas Seals 1,529 59.17%
Green Howie Hawkins 1,055 40.83%
Majority 474 18.34%
Turnout 2,584
Democratic hold Swing

2011[edit]

2011 Syracuse common councilor election (District 4)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Khalid Bey 1,214 52.08% -7.10%
Green Howie Hawkins 1,117 47.92% +7.10%
Majority 97 4.16% -14.18%
Turnout 2,331
Democratic hold Swing

2013[edit]

2013 Syracuse common councilor election (District 4)[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Khalid Bey (inc.) 1,471 59.65% +7.57%
Green Howie Hawkins 995 40.35% -7.57%
Majority 476 19.3% +15.14
Turnout 2,466
Democratic hold Swing

2015[edit]

2015 Syracuse city auditor election[4]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Martin Masterpole 8,887 58.21%
Working Families Martin Masterpole 948 6.21%
Reform Martin Masterpole 153 1.00%
Total Martin Masterpole (inc.) 9,988 65.42%
Green Howie Hawkins 5,249 34.38%
Write-ins 30 0.20%
Majority 4,739 31.04%
Totals 15,267 100.00%
Democratic hold

2017[edit]

2017 Syracuse Mayoral election[5]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Independence Benjamin Walsh 12,351 48.81%
Reform / Upstate Jobs Benjamin Walsh 1,233 4.87%
Total Benjamin Walsh 13,584 53.68%
Democratic Juanita Perez Williams 9,701 38.34%
Green Howie Hawkins 1,017 4.02%
Republican Laura Lavine 673 2.66%
Working Families Joe Nicoletti 305 1.20%
Write-ins 25 0.10%
Majority 3,883 15.34%
Totals 25,305 100.00%
Independence gain

New York gubernational elections[edit]

2010[edit]

Gubernatorial election in New York, 2010 [6]
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Swing
Democratic Andrew Cuomo 2,609,465 56.52% Decrease 1.82%
Working Families Andrew Cuomo 154,835 3.35% Increase 0.05%
Independence Andrew Cuomo 146,576 3.17% Decrease 0.89%
Total Andrew Cuomo Robert Duffy 2,910,876 63.05% Decrease 2.65%
Republican Carl Paladino 1,289,817 27.94% Increase 4.40%
Conservative Carl Paladino 232,215 5.03% Increase 1.44%
Taxpayers Carl Paladino 25,825 0.56%
Total Carl Paladino Greg Edwards 1,547,857 33.53% Increase 6.41%
Green Howie Hawkins Gloria Mattera 59,906 1.30% Increase 0.41%
Libertarian Warren Redlich Alden Link 48,359 1.05% Increase 0.74%
Rent Is Too Damn High Jimmy McMillan James D. Schultz 41,129 0.89% Increase 0.61%
Freedom Charles Barron Eva M. Doyle 24,571 0.53%
Anti-Prohibition Kristin M. Davis Tanya Gendelman 20,421 0.44%
Scattering 4,836 0.10% N/A
Majority 1,363,019 29.52% Decrease 9.06%
Totals 4,769,741 100.00%
Democratic Hold

2014[edit]

New York gubernatorial election, 2014[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Andrew Cuomo 1,811,672 47.52% -9.00%
Working Families Andrew Cuomo 126,244 3.31% -0.04%
Independence Andrew Cuomo 77,762 2.04% -1.13%
Women's Equality Andrew Cuomo 53,802 1.41% N/A
Total Andrew Cuomo/Kathy Hochul (incumbent) 2,069,480 54.28% -8.77%
Republican Rob Astorino 1,234,951 32.39% +4.45%
Conservative Rob Astorino 250,634 6.57% +1.54%
Stop-Common-Core Rob Astorino 51,492 1.35% N/A
Total Rob Astorino/Christopher Moss 1,537,077 40.31% +6.78%
Green Howie Hawkins/Brian Jones 184,419 4.84% +3.54%
Libertarian Michael McDermott/Chris Edes 16,769 0.44% -0.61%
Sapient Steven Cohn/Bobby Kalotee 4,963 0.13% N/A
Total votes '3,812,708' '100.0%' N/A
Democratic hold

2018[edit]

New York gubernatorial election, 2018[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Andrew Cuomo 3,424,416 56.16% +8.64%
Working Families Andrew Cuomo 114,478 1.88% -1.43%
Independence Andrew Cuomo 68,713 1.13% -0.91%
Women's Equality Andrew Cuomo 27,733 0.45% -0.96%
Total Andrew Cuomo (incumbent) 3,635,340 59.62% +5.43%
Republican Marc Molinaro 1,926,485 31.60% -0.79%
Conservative Marc Molinaro 253,624 4.16% -2.41%
Reform Marc Molinaro 27,493 0.45% N/A
Total Marc Molinaro 2,207,602 36.21% -4.10%
Green Howie Hawkins 103,946 1.70% -3.14%
Libertarian Larry Sharpe 95,033 1.56% +1.12%
SAM Stephanie Miner 55,441 0.91% N/A
Total votes '6,097,362' '100.0%' N/A
Democratic hold

United States House of Representatives elections[edit]

2000[edit]

2000 US House of Representatives election (NY-25)[9]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican James T. Walsh 132,120 59.99%
Independence James T. Walsh 10,512 4.77%
Conservative James T. Walsh 9,248 4.20%
Total James T. Walsh (inc.) 151,880 68.96%
Democratic Francis Gavin 64,533 29.30%
Green Howie Hawkins 3,830 1.74%
Majority 87,347 39.66%
Totals 220,243 100.00%
Republican hold

2004[edit]

2004 US House of Representatives election (NY-25)[10]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican James T. Walsh 155,163 74.18%
Independence James T. Walsh 20,184 9.65%
Conservative James T. Walsh 13,716 6.56%
Total James T. Walsh (inc.) 189,063 90.39%
Peace and Justice Howie Hawkins 20,106 9.61%
Majority 168,957 80.78%
Totals 209,169 100.00%
Republican hold

2008[edit]

2008 US House of Representatives election (NY-25)[11]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Dan Maffei 148,290 51.65%
Working Families Dan Maffei 9,085 3.16%
Total Dan Maffei 157,375 54.82%
Republican Dale Sweetland 106,653 37.15%
Conservative Dale Sweetland 13,564 4.72%
Total Dale Sweetland 120,217 41.87%
Green Howie Hawkins 9,483 3.30%
Write-ins 24 0.01%
Majority 37,158 12.95%
Totals 287,099 100.00%
Democratic gain

United States Senate elections[edit]

2006[edit]

2006 United States Senate election, New York[12]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Hillary Clinton 2,698,931
Independence Hillary Clinton 160,705
Working Families Hillary Clinton 148,792
Total Hillary Clinton (inc.) 3,008,428 67.0%
Republican John Spencer 1,212,902
Conservative John Spencer 179,287
Total John Spencer 1,392,189 31.0%
Green Howie Hawkins 55,469 1.20%
Others 33,967 0.8%
Majority 1,616,239 36.0%
Totals 4,490,053 100.00%
Democratic hold

United States Presidential elections[edit]

2016[edit]

Howie Hawkins stood in for Ajamu Baraka as Jill Stein's vice-presidential running mate in Minnesota in 2016.

2016 United States presidential election in Minnesota
Presidential candidate
Vice presidential candidate
Party Popular
votes
% Electoral votes
Hillary Clinton
Tim Kaine
Democratic 1,367,716 46.44% 10
Donald Trump
Mike Pence
Republican 1,322,951 44.92% 0
Gary Johnson
William Weld
Libertarian 112,972 3.84% 0
Evan McMullin
Mindy Finn
Independent 53,076 1.80% 0
Jill Stein
Howie Hawkins
Green 36,985 1.26% 0
Others 51,113 1.74% 0
Total 2,944,813 100% 10

2020[edit]

2020 United States presidential election
Presidential candidate
Vice presidential candidate
Party Popular
votes
% Electoral votes
Joe Biden
Kamala Harris
Democratic 81,268,867 51.31% 306
Donald Trump (incumbent)
Mike Pence
Republican 74,216,747 46.86% 232
Jo Jorgensen
Spike Cohen
Libertarian 1,865,620 1.18% 0
Howie Hawkins
Angela Walker
Green 405,704 0.26% 0
Others 626,299 0.40% 0
Total 158,381,554 100% 538

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ongov.net/elections/documents/GE09FINALRESULTS.pdf[bare URL PDF]
  2. ^ "Khalid Bey declared winner in Syracuse Common Council race after absentees ballots are counted". November 17, 2011.
  3. ^ Knaus, Tim (November 5, 2013) "Two new faces to join Syracuse Common Council, if results hold." Syracuse Post-Standard. (Retrieved Mar 24, 2013.)
  4. ^ "2015 General Election Results" (PDF). Onondaga County, NY Government. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  5. ^ "Results" (PDF). ongov.net. 2017. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  6. ^ "NYS Board of Elections Governor/Lt. Governor Election Returns November 2, 2010" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-11-05.
  7. ^ "NYS Board of Elections Governor/Lt. Governor Election Returns November 4, 2014" (PDF). Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  8. ^ "Certified Results from the November 6, 2018 General Election for Governor and Lt. Governor" (PDF). New York State Board of Elections.
  9. ^ "Federal Elections 2000: U.S. House Results - New York".
  10. ^ "Results" (PDF). transition.fec.gov. 2004. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  11. ^ "Results" (PDF). transition.fec.gov. 2008. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  12. ^ "untitled" (PDF).