Electoral history of Joe Biden

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Vice President Joseph R. Biden

Electoral history of Joe Biden, 47th Vice President of the United States (2009–2017), United States Senator from Delaware (1973–2009). To date Joe Biden has not lost an election.

Early races[edit]

New Castle Council, 1970:

United States Senate races[edit]

Delaware United States Senate election, 1972:

Delaware United States Senate election, 1978:

Delaware United States Senate election, 1984:

  • Joe Biden (D) (inc.) – 147,831 (60.11%)
  • John M. Burris (R) – 98,101 (39.89%)

Delaware United States Senate election, 1990:

  • Joe Biden (D) (inc.) – 112,918 (62.68%)
  • M. Jane Brady (R) – 64,554 (35.83%)
  • Lee Rosenbaum (LBT) – 2,680 (1.49%)
  • Others – 5 (0.00%)

Delaware United States Senate election, 1996:

Delaware United States Senate election, 2002:

Delaware United States Senate election, 2008:[1]

Presidential and Vice Presidential races[edit]

1980s[edit]

1984 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

1988 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):

2008[edit]

2008 New Hampshire Democratic Vice Presidential primary:

2008 Democratic presidential primaries:

Excluding penalized contests, only primary and caucuses votes:

Including penalized contests:

2008 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[2]

  • Joe Biden – chosen by acclamation

United States presidential election, 2008:[3]

2012[edit]

2012 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[4]

  • Joe Biden – chosen by acclamation

United States presidential election, 2012:[5]

  • Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) – 65,915,796 (51.06%) and 332 electoral votes (26 states and D.C. carried)
  • Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) – 60,933,500 (47.20%) and 206 electoral votes (24 states carried)

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