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Electoral history of Al Gore

Al Gore in 2007

Al Gore, was the 45th Vice President of the United States (1993–2001); United States Senator (1985–1993) and United States Representative (1977–1985) from Tennessee.

House

Tennessee's 4th congressional district, 1976 (Democratic primary):[1]

  • Al Gore – 37,860 (32.11%)
  • Stanley Rogers – 34,121 (28.94%)
  • T. Tommy Cutrer – 19,856 (16.84%)
  • Ben H. McFarlin – 13,917 (11.80%)
  • Larry S. Irby – 5,359 (4.55%)
  • Sarah King – 3,667 (3.11%)
  • William H. Long – 1,456 (1.24%)
  • Robert Paulk – 875 (0.74%)
  • William J. Kelton – 795 (0.67%)

Tennessee's 4th congressional district, 1976:[1]

  • Al Gore (D) – 115,392 (94.04%)
  • William McGlamery (I) – 7,320 (5.97%)

Tennessee's 4th congressional district, 1978:[2]

  • Al Gore (D) (inc.) – 108,695 (100.00%)

Tennessee's 4th congressional district, 1980:[3]

  • Al Gore (D) (inc.) – 137,612 (79.29%)
  • James B. Seigneur (R) – 35,954 (20.72%)

Tennessee's 6th congressional district, 1982:[4]

  • Al Gore (D) – 104,094 (100.00%)

Senate

Tennessee United States Senate election, 1984:[5]

  • Al Gore (D) – 1,000,607 (60.72%)
  • Victor Ashe (R) – 557,016 (33.80%)
  • Ed McAteer (I) – 87,234 (5.29%)
  • Khalil-Ullah Al-Muhaymin (I) – 3,179 (0.19%)

Tennessee United States Senate election, 1990:[6]

  • Al Gore (D) (inc.) – 529,914 (67.72%)
  • William R. Hawkins (R) – 233,324 (29.82%)
  • Willie C. Jacox (I) – 11,172 (1.43%)
  • Charles Gordon Vick (I) – 7,995 (1.02%)
  • Write-ins – 109 (0.01%)

Presidential elections

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1988:[7]

1992 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[8]

1992 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[9]

United States presidential election, 1992

New Hampshire Democratic Vice Presidential primary, 1996:[10]

All candidates were write-in

1996 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[11]

  • Al Gore (inc.) – 4,289 (100.00%)

United States presidential election, 1996

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 2000:[12]

  • Al Gore – 10,626,568 (75.80%)
  • Bill Bradley – 2,798,281 (19.96%)
  • Lyndon LaRouche – 323,014 (2.30%)
  • Unpledged delegates – 238,870 (1.70%)
  • Angus Wheeler McDonald – 19,374 (0.14%)
  • Randy Crow – 5,126 (0.04%)

2000 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[13]

  • Al Gore – 4,328 (99.79%)
  • Abstaining – 9 (0.21%)

United States presidential election, 2000:

References

  1. ^ a b Our Campaigns – TN District 04 – D Primary Race – Aug 5, 1976
  2. ^ Our Campaigns – TN District 4 Race – Nov 7, 1978
  3. ^ Our Campaigns – TN District 4 Race – Nov 4, 1980
  4. ^ Our Campaigns – TN District 6 Race – Nov 2, 1982
  5. ^ Our Campaigns – TN US Senate Race – Nov 6, 1984
  6. ^ Our Campaigns – TN US Senate Race – Nov 6, 1990
  7. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Feb 1, 1988
  8. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Jul 13, 1992
  9. ^ Our Campaigns – US Vice President – D Convention Race – Jul 13, 1992
  10. ^ Our Campaigns – NH US Vice President – D Primary Race – Feb 20, 1996
  11. ^ Our Campaigns – US Vice President – D Convention Race – Aug 26, 1996
  12. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Feb 1, 2000
  13. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Aug 14, 2000
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