Illinois gubernatorial election, 1994
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The Illinois Gubernatorial election of 1994 was the greatest landslide in Illinois history, excepting the election of 1818. Incumbent Governor Jim Edgar carried 101 of the state's 102 counties. Netsch won only Gallatin County. This gubernatorial election is the most recent in which Cook County voted for the Republican candidate.
|Source||Date||Edgar (R)||Netsch (D)|
|Chicago Tribune||Oct. 30, 1994||60%||25%|
|Chicago Tribune||Oct. 23, 1994||61%||22%|
|Republican||Jim Edgar (incumbent)||1,984,318||63.9||+13.1|
|Democratic||Dawn Clark Netsch||1,069,850||34.4||-13.8|
|Libertarian||David L. Kelley||52,388||1.69||+1.69|
- https://web.archive.org/web/20110718073218/http://www.elections.il.gov/electioninformation/VoteTotalsList.aspx?officeid=3780. Archived from the original on July 18, 2011. Retrieved July 29, 2010. Missing or empty
- "1994 Gubernatorial General Election Results – Illinois". Uselectionatlas.org\accessdate=2015-04-04.
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