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  1. United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1976

    Main United States presidential election, 1976 Infobox Election election name United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1976 country Pennsylvania type presidential ongoing no previous election United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1972 previous year 1972 next election United States presidential election in Pennsylvania, 1980 next year 1980 election date November 2, 1976 image1 File JimmyCarterPortrait2.jpg 143px nominee1 Jimmy Carter party1 Democratic Party United States ... election Category United States presidential election, 1976 Pennsylvania Category United States ... Party United States home state2 Michigan running mate2 Bob Dole electoral vote2 0 popular vote2 2,205,604 percentage2 47.73 ElectionsPA The 1976 United States presidential election in Pennsylvania took place on November 2, 1976 throughout all 50 states and The District of Columbia D.C. , which was part of the United States presidential election, 1976 1976 United States presidential election . Voters chose 27 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College United States Electoral College , who voted for President of the United States President and Vice President of the United States Vice President . Pennsylvania voted for the Democratic Party United States Democratic nominee, former Governor of Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter , over the Republican Party United States Republican nominee, President of the United States President Gerald Ford . Carter won Pennsylvania by a margin of 2.67 ... States presidential ref http uselectionatlas.org RESULTS index.html ref bgcolor EEEEEE align center ... Democratic Party United States Democratic Jimmy Carter align right 2,328,677 align right 50.40 align right 27 style background color FF3333 width 3px style width 130px Republican Party United States Republican ... width 3px style width 130px Eugene McCarthy Presidential campaigns 1972 and 1976 McCarthy 76 Eugene ... 3px style width 130px Constitution Party United States, 1952 Constitution Lester Maddox align right ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election, 1976

    Please DO NOT flip the colors. Infobox Election election name United States presidential election, 1976 country United States type presidential ongoing no previous election United States presidential election, 1972 previous year 1972 next election United States presidential election, 1980 next year 1980 ... party Republican Party United States after election Jimmy Carter after party Democratic Party United States The United States presidential election of 1976 followed the resignation of President Richard ... Sheppard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States presidential election, 1976 USPresidentialElections Jimmy Carter DEFAULTSORT United States Presidential Election, 1976 Category United States presidential election, 1976 Category History of the United States 1964 1980 de Pr sidentschaftswahl ... the Deep South since Zachary Taylor in United States presidential election, 1848 1848 , and the first ... Party Main Democratic Party United States presidential primaries, 1976 Democratic candidates Jimmy ... was the first televised U.S. presidential election debates presidential debate since United States ... since United States presidential election, 1964 Lyndon Johnson in 1964 to carry an unquestionable ... election, until Barack Obama won about 53 of the vote United States presidential election, 2008 ... of the popular vote in United States presidential election, 2000 2000 , George W. Bush his ... States presidential election, 1884 1884 , United States presidential election, 1888 1888 , and United ... in United States presidential election, 1912 1912 and United States presidential election, 1916 1916 , Truman in United States presidential election, 1948 1948 , Kennedy in United States presidential election, 1960 1960 , and Clinton in United States presidential election, 1992 1992 and United States ... Presidency of Jimmy Carter History of the United States 1964 1980 United States Senate election, 1976 ... map caption Presidential election results map. span style color darkblue Blue span denotes states won ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election in California, 1976

    align center 235,988 align center 4.03 align center 16,413 References reflist California U.S. Presidential elections Category United States presidential election, 1976 California Category United States presidential elections in California 1976 Category California elections, 1976 ...ElectionsCA Image CAPres1976.png right thumb Map of presidential election results by county in California in the 1976 presidential election The 1976 United States presidential election in California refers to how California participated in the United States presidential election, 1976 1976 United States presidential election . California narrowly voted for the Republican Party United States Republican incumbent, Gerald Ford , over the Democratic Party United States Democratic challenger, Jimmy Carter . Results border 1 cellpadding 4 cellspacing 0 style margin 1em 1em 1em 0 background f9f9f9 border 1px aaa solid border collapse collapse font size 95 style background color E9E9E9 colspan 6 United States presidential election in California, 1976 ref cite web url http uselectionatlas.org RESULTS state.php?year 1976&fips 6&f 1&off 0&elect 0&minper 0 title 1976 Presidential General Election Results California accessdate 2008 08 25 publisher Dave Leip s U.S. Election Atlas ref bgcolor EEEEEE align center colspan 2 style width 15em Party style width 17em Candidate style width 5em Votes style width 7em Percentage style width 5em Electoral votes style background color FF3333 width 3px style width 130px Republican Party United States Republican Gerald Ford incumbent align right 3,882,244 align right 49.35 align right 45 style background color 3333FF width 3px style width 130px Democratic Party United States Democratic Jimmy Carter align right 3,742,284 align right 47.57 align right 0 style background color FFFFFF width 3px style width 130px No party Eugene McCarthy Write in candidate write ... color 111111 width 3px style width 130px Peace and Freedom Party United States Peace and Freedom ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election in North Carolina, 1976

    main United States presidential election, 1976 Infobox Election election name United States presidential election, 1976 United States presidential election in North Carolina, 1976 country North Carolina type presidential ongoing no previous election United States presidential election in North Carolina, 1972 previous year 1972 next election United States presidential election in North Carolina, 1980 next year 1980 election date November 2, 1976 image1 Image Jimmy Carter.jpg 93px nominee1 Jimmy Carter party1 Democratic Party United States home state1 Georgia U.S. state Georgia running mate1 Walter ... Category United States presidential election, 1976 North Carolina Category United States presidential ... collapse font size 95 style background color E9E9E9 colspan 6 United States presidential election ... nominee2 Gerald R. Ford party2 Republican Party United States home state2 Michigan running mate2 ... map size map caption North County Results 1976 title President before election Gerald R. Ford before party Republican Party United States after election Jimmy Carter after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsNC The 1976 United States presidential election in North Carolina took place on November 2, 1976 throughout all 50 states and The District of Columbia D.C. , which was part of the United States presidential election, 1976 1976 United States presidential election . Voters chose 13 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College United States Electoral College , who voted for President of the United States President and Vice President of the United States Vice President . North Carolina strongly voted for Democratic Party United States Democratic nominee Southern Governor of Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter, over Republican Party United States Republican nominee President of the United States President Gerald R. Ford . The final margin ended up 55.27 to 44.22 , a ten ... color 3333FF width 3px style width 130px Democratic Party United States Democratic Jimmy Carter ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election

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  1. United States vice-presidential debate, 1976

    Orphan date February 2009 This debate featured Walter Mondale , the Democratic Party United States Democratic nominee for vice president, and Bob Dole , the Republican Party United States Republican nominee for vice president. Importance This was the first vice presidential debate in United States history. The debate took place on Friday, October 15, 1976 at the Alley Theater in Houston, Texas. Senator Dole delivered the most remembered line of the debate when he appeared to blaming the Democratic Party for all of America s wars. Sen. Dole I guess, but it s Watergate and the pardon of Richard Nixon not a very good issue any more than the war in Vietnam would be or World War II, or World War I, or the war in Korea, all Democrat wars, all in this century. I figured up the other day, if we added up the killed and wounded in Democrat wars in this century, it d be about one point six million Americans enough to fill the city of Detroit. Sen. Mondale I think uh Senator Dole has richly earned his reputation as a hatchet man tonight, by implying, and stating, that World War II and the Korean War were Democratic wars. Does he really mean to suggest to the American people that there was a partisan difference over our involvement in the war to fight Nazi Germany? I don t think any reasonable American would accept that. Does he really mean to suggest that it was only partisanship that got us into the war in Korea? Source http janda.org politxts Presidential 20debates debates.76 vp 76.html Category United States presidential debates US politics stub ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election in Florida, 1980

    main United States presidential election, 1980 Infobox Election election name United States presidential election, 1980 United States presidential election in Florida country Florida type presidential ongoing no previous election United States presidential election in Florida, 1976 previous year 1976 next election United States presidential election in Florida, 1984 next year 1984 election date November 4, 1980 image1 File Official Portrait of President Reagan 1981.jpg 125px nominee1 Ronald Reagan party1 Republican Party United States home state1 California running mate1 George H. W. Bush electoral vote1 17 popular vote1 2,046,951 percentage1 55.52 image2 File JimmyCarterPortrait2.jpg 125px nominee2 Jimmy Carter party2 Democratic Party United States home state2 Georgia U.S. state Georgia running mate2 Walter Mondale electoral vote2 0 popular vote2 1,419,475 percentage2 38.50 image3 File JohnAnderson.png 125px nominee3 John B. Anderson party3 Independent politician home state3 Illinois running mate3 Patrick J. Lucey Patrick Lucey electoral vote3 0 popular vote3 189,692 percentage3 5.14 map image map size 250px map caption title President before election Jimmy Carter before party Democratic Party United States after election Ronald Reagan after party Republican Party United States ElectionsFL The United States presidential election in Florida, 1980 refers to how Florida participated in the United States presidential election, 1980 1980 United States presidential election . References Reflist http uselectionatlas.org RESULTS state.php?year 1980&fips 12&f 1&off 0&elect 0 Florida in the 1980 United States Presidential election Category United States presidential election, 1980 Category United States presidential elections in Florida ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Mississippi, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Mississippi, 1976 country Mississippi type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Mississippi, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Mississippi, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 2, 1976 image1 Image JohnCStennis.jpg 125px nominee1 John C. Stennis party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 554,433 percentage1 100.0 map image map size 100px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election John C. Stennis before party Democratic Party United States after election John C. Stennis after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMS The 1976 United States Senate election in Mississippi was held on November 2, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator John C. Stennis won re election to his sixth term. Major candidates Democratic John C. Stennis , U.S. Senator since 1947 Results Election box begin title General election results ref http www.ourcampaigns.com RaceDetail.html?RaceID 6289 ref Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate John Stennis votes 554,433 percentage 100.0 change Election box end References references United States elections, 1976 Category United States Senate elections in Mississippi 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 MIssissippi Category Mississippi elections, 1976 US politics stub ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Minnesota, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Minnesota, 1976 country Minnesota type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Minnesota, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Minnesota, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File H Humphrey.jpg 100px nominee1 Hubert Humphrey party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 1,290,736 percentage1 67.5 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 125px nominee2 Jerry Brekke party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 478,602 percentage2 25.0 ... Senator before election Hubert Humphrey before party Democratic Party United States after election Hubert Humphrey after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMN The 1976 United States Senate election in Minnesota took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Hubert Humphrey won re election to a fifth term, while losing the United States presidential election, 1976 . Major ... with party link party Socialist Workers Party United States candidate Bill Peterson votes 9,380 percentage 0.49 change Election box candidate with party link party Libertarian Party United States candidate ... Communist Party United States candidate Matt Savola votes 2,214 percentage 0.12 change Election ... box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Minnesota, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Minnesota Category United States Senate elections in Minnesota 1976 ... jerry brekke&hl en ref American Independent Paul Helm Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning ... percentage 67.51 change Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate Jerry Brekke votes 478,602 percentage 25.03 change Election box candidate with party link party American ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Michigan, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Michigan, 1976 country Michigan type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Michigan, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Michigan, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Don Riegle, Jr.jpg 125px nominee1 Donald W. Riegle, Jr. Don Riegle party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 1,831,031 percentage1 52.5 image2 File MarvinEsch.jpg 97px nominee2 Marvin L. Esch Marvin Esch party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 1,635,087 ... election Philip Hart before party Democratic Party United States after election Donald W. Riegle, Jr. Don Riegle after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMI The 1976 United States Senate election in Michigan took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Philip Hart decided ... 46.85 change Election box candidate with party link party Libertarian Party United States candidate Bette Jane Erwin votes 8,842 percentage 1 change Election box candidate party Human Rights Party United States Human Rights candidate Theodore G. Albert votes 7,281 percentage 1 change Election box candidate with party link party Socialist Workers Party United States candidate Paula L. Reimers ... box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Michigan, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Michigan Category United States Senate elections in Michigan 1976 ... seat. Major candidates Democratic Donald W. Riegle, Jr. Don Riegle , United States House of Representatives ... since 1967 Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Donald W. Riegle, Jr. votes 1,831,031 percentage 52.46 change Election box ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1976 country Massachusetts type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 2, 1976 image1 Image TedKennedy.png 125px nominee1 Ted Kennedy party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 1,726,657 percentage1 69.3 image2 Image Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Michael Robertson party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 722,641 percentage2 29.0 map image Massachusetts Election Results by County, all Democratic.svg map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Ted Kennedy before party Democratic Party United States after election Ted Kennedy after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMA The 1976 United States Senate election in Massachusetts was held on November 2, 1976. Incumbent Democratic Party United States Democratic U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy won re election to his third ... United States elections, 1976 Ted Kennedy Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Massachusetts Category United States Senate elections in Massachusetts 1976 Massachusetts stub US election stub ... United States Senate election, 1962 1962 and reelected in United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1964 1964 and United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1970 1970 . Republican Michael Robertson ...&dq michael robertson&hl en ref Results Election box begin title General election ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Edward M. Kennedy votes 1,726,657 percentage 69.31 change 7.15 Election ... 722,641 percentage 29.01 change 7.99 Election box candidate with party link party Socialist Workers Party US candidate Carol Henderson Evans votes 26,283 percentage 1.06 change 0.52 Election box candidate ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Arizona, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Arizona, 1976 country Arizona type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Arizona, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Arizona, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File D000186.jpg 125px nominee1 Dennis DeConcini party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 400,334 percentage1 52.0 image2 Image Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Sam Steiger party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 321,236 percentage2 43.3 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Paul Fannin before party Republican Party United States after election Dennis DeConcini after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsAZ The 1976 United States Senate election in Arizona took place on November 3, 1976 ... reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Arizona, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Arizona Category United States Senate ... and businessman Republican Sam Steiger , United States House of Representatives U.S. Congressman of Arizona s 3rd congressional district Results Election box begin title General electon results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate ... change Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate Sam Steiger votes 321,236 percentage 43.33 change Election box candidate party Independent candidate Bob Field votes 10,765 percentage 1.45 change Election box candidate with party link party Libertarian Party United States candidate Allan Norwitz votes 7,310 percentage 0.99 change Election box candidate party Independent candidate Wm. Mathews Feighan votes 1,565 percentage 0.21 change Election box majority votes 79,098 percentage 8.68 change Election box turnout votes 741,210 percentage change Election box gain ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in California, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in California, 1976 country California type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in California, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in California, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File SIHayakawa.jpg 125px nominee1 S. I. Hayakawa party1 Republican Party United States popular vote1 3,748,973 percentage1 50.1 image2 File JohnTunney.jpg 132px nominee2 John V. Tunney party2 Democratic Party United States popular vote2 3,502,862 percentage2 46.9 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election John V. Tunney before party Democratic Party United States after election S. I. Hayakawa after party Republican Party United States ElectionsCA The 1976 United States Senate election in California took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator John V. Tunney John Tunney ran for re election to a second ... box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In California, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 California Category United States Senate elections in California 1976 Category California elections, 1976 ... State University Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate S. I. Hayakawa votes 3,748,973 percentage 50.12 change Election box ... percentage 46.89 change Election box candidate with party link party Peace and Freedom Party candidate David Wald votes 104,383 percentage 1.40 change Election box candidate with party link party American Independent Party candidate Jack McCoy votes 82,739 percentage 1.11 change Election box candidate party Independent candidate Omari Musa votes 31,629 percentage 0.42 change Election box ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1976 country Connecticut type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Lweicker.jpg 125px nominee1 Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. party1 Republican Party United States popular vote1 785,683 percentage1 57.7 image2 File Replace this image female.svg 150px nominee2 Gloria Schaffer party2 Democratic Party United States popular vote2 561,018 percentage2 41.2 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. before party Republican Party United States after election Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. after party Republican Party United States ElectionsCT The 1976 United States Senate election in Connecticut took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. Lowell Weicker Jr. won re election to a second term. Major candidates Democratic Gloria Schaffer ... Party US loser Democratic Party US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Connecticut, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Connecticut Category United States Senate elections in Connecticut ... 642322692 642322692&FMT ABS&FMTS ABS AI&type historic&date Nov 03 2C 1976&author &pub Los Angeles Times&desc Stateby State Roundup of Major Election Races&pqatl google ref Republican Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. , incumbent U.S. Senator Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party ... 57.70 change Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Gloria Schaffer votes 561,018 percentage 41.20 change Election box candidate party George Wallace candidate ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election in Massachusetts, 1972

    Infobox Election election name United States presidential election, 1972 United States presidential election in Massachusetts, 1972 country US type presidential ongoing previous election United States presidential election in Massachusetts, 1968 previous year 1968 next election United States presidential election in Massachusetts, 1976 next year 1976 election date 1972 image1 File George McGovern bioguide.jpg 128px nominee1 George McGovern party1 Democratic Party United States home state1 South Dakota running mate1 Sargent Shriver electoral vote1 14 popular vote1 1,332,540 percentage1 54.2 image2 nominee2 Richard Nixon party2 Republican Party United States home state2 California running mate2 ... McGovern during United States presidential election, 1972 1972 presidential election McGovern won also in the District of Columbia and lost in his home state, South Dakota , which he represented in the United States Senate . Results class wikitable Presidential Candidate Running Mate Party Electoral br Vote br colspan 2 Popular Vote George McGovern of South Dakota Sargent Shriver of Maryland United States Democratic Party Democratic align right 14 align right 1,332,540 align right 54.20 Richard Nixon of California Spiro Agnew of Maryland United States Republican Party Republican align right 0 ... Party American Independent align right 0 align right 2,877 align right 0.12 See also United States presidential election, 1972 References Massachusetts elections http www.ourcampaigns.com RaceDetail.html?RaceID 2389 Our Campaigns MA US President Race Nov 07, 1972 Category United States presidential elections in Massachusetts 1972 Category United States presidential election, 1972 Massachusetts Category Massachusetts elections, 1972 United States President ... Socialist Workers Party United States Socialist Workers align right 0 align right 10,600 ... caption Electoral results by county title before election before party after election after party ElectionsMA ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Delaware, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Delaware, 1976 country Delaware type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Delaware, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Delaware, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Sen. William V. Roth R DE .jpg 125px nominee1 William V. Roth, Jr. party1 Republican Party United States popular vote1 125,454 percentage1 55.8 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Thomas Maloney party2 Democratic Party United States popular vote2 98,042 percentage2 43.6 map image map size 50px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election William V. Roth, Jr. before party Republican Party United States after election William V. Roth, Jr. after party Republican Party United States ElectionsDE The 1976 United States Senate election in Delaware took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator William V. Roth, Jr. Bill Roth won re election to a second term. Major candidates Democratic Thomas C. Maloney politician ... US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Delaware, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Delaware Category United States Senate elections in Delaware 1976 ... link party Prohibition Party United States candidate John A. Massimilla votes 216 percentage 0.0 .... , incumbent U.S. Senator Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link ... 55.81 change Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Thomas C. Maloney politician Thomas Maloney votes 98,042 percentage 43.61 change Election box candidate party American candidate Donald G. Gies votes 646 percentage 0.29 change Election box candidate party Non Partisan ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Maryland, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Maryland, 1976 country Maryland type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Maryland, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Maryland, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Paul Sarbanes.jpg 125px nominee1 Paul Sarbanes party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 772,101 percentage1 56.6 image2 File Jglennbealljr.jpg 160px nominee2 John Glenn Beall, Jr. party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 530,439 percentage2 38.9 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election John Glenn Beall, Jr. before party Republican Party United States after election Paul Sarbanes after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMD The 1976 United States Senate election in Maryland took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator John Glenn Beall, Jr. Glenn Beall Jr. ran for re election to a second term, but was defeated by Democratic challenger Paul Sarbanes . Major candidates Democratic Paul Sarbanes , United States House of Representatives U.S. Representative since 1971 Republican John Glenn Beall, Jr. , incumbent U.S. Senator since 1971 Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election ... box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Maryland, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Maryland Category United States Senate elections in Maryland 1976 ... 772,101 percentage 56.55 change Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate John Glenn Beall, Jr. votes 530,439 percentage 38.85 change Election box candidate party Independent politician Independent candidate Bruce Bradley votes 62,750 percentage 4.60 change Election ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Indiana, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Indiana, 1976 country Indiana type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Indiana, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Indiana, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Dick Lugar official photo.jpg 125px nominee1 Richard Lugar party1 Republican Party United States popular vote1 1,275,833 percentage1 59.0 image2 File Vance Hartke.jpg 129px nominee2 Vance Hartke party2 Democratic Party United States popular vote2 868,522 percentage2 40.2 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Vance Hartke before party Democratic Party United States after election Richard Lugar after party Republican Party United States ElectionsIN The 1976 United States Senate election in Indiana took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Vance Hartke ran for re election to a fourth term, but was defeated ... Election box majority votes 407,311 percentage 18.85 change Election box turnout votes 2,161,187 percentage change Election box gain with party link winner Republican Party US loser Democratic Party US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Indiana, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Indiana Category United States Senate elections in Indiana 1976 ... Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate Richard Lugar votes 1,275,833 percentage 59.03 change Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Vance Hartke votes 868,522 percentage 40.19 change Election box candidate party candidate Don L. Lee votes 14,321 percentage 0.66 change Election box candidate with party ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Montana, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Montana, 1976 country Montana type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Montana, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Montana, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File John Melcher.jpg 125px nominee1 John Melcher party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 206,232 percentage1 64.2 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Stanley Burger party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 115,213 percentage2 35.8 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Mike Mansfield before party Democratic Party United States after election John Melcher after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsMT The 1976 United States Senate election in Montana took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Mike Mansfield decided to retire instead of seeking a fifth term. Democrat John Melcher won the open seat. Major candidates Democratic John Melcher , United States House of Representatives U.S. Representative Republican Stanley Burger, Farm Bureau Executive ref ... percentage 35.84 change Election box majority votes 91,019 percentage 28.32 change Election box turnout votes 321,445 percentage change Election box hold with party link winner Democratic Party US loser Republican Party US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Montana, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Montana Category United States Senate elections in Montana 1976 ... en ref Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate John Melcher votes 206,232 percentage 64.16 change Election box candidate with party ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Maine, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Maine, 1976 country Maine type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Maine, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Maine, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File Edmund Muskie.jpg 125px nominee1 Edmund Muskie party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 292,704 percentage1 60.2 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Robert A. G. Monks party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 193,489 percentage2 39.8 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Edmund Muskie before party Democratic Party United States after election Edmund Muskie after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsME The 1976 United States Senate election in Maine took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic senator Edmund Muskie won re election to a fourth term. Major candidates Democratic Edmund Muskie , incumbent U.S. Senator Republican Robert A. G. Monks , shareholder activist Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Democratic Party US candidate Edmund Muskie votes 292,704 percentage 60.20 change Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate Robert A. G. Monks votes 193,489 percentage 39.80 change Election box majority votes 99,215 percentage 20.41 change Election box turnout votes 486,193 percentage change Election box hold with party link winner Democratic Party US loser Republican Party US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Maine, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Maine Category United States Senate elections in Maine 1976 ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Missouri, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Missouri, 1976 country Missouri type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Missouri, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Missouri, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 3, 1976 image1 File JohnDanforth.jpg 125px nominee1 John Danforth party1 Republican Party United States popular vote1 1,090,067 percentage1 56.9 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 Warren E. Hearnes party2 Democratic Party United States popular vote2 813,571 percentage2 42.5 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Stuart Symington before party Democratic Party United States after election John Danforth after party Republican Party United States ElectionsMO The 1976 United States Senate election in Missouri took place on November 3, 1976. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Stuart Symington decided to retire, instead of seeking ... Attorney General of Missouri Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate John Danforth votes 1,090,067 percentage 56.94 change Election ... percentage 42.50 change Election box candidate party Independent politician Independent candidate Lawrence Red Petty votes 10,822 percentage 0.57 change Election box majority votes 276,496 percentage 14.44 change Election box turnout votes 1,914,460 percentage change Election box gain with party link winner Republican Party US loser Democratic Party US swing Election box end References reflist US politics stub United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Missouri, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Missouri Category United States Senate elections in Missouri 1976 ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Nevada, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Nevada, 1976 country Nevada type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Nevada, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Nevada, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 8, 1976 image1 File Howard Cannon.jpg 125px nominee1 Howard Cannon party1 Democratic Party United States ... end References reflist United States elections, 1976 DEFAULTSORT United States Senate Election In Nevada, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Nevada Category United States Senate elections ... of the vote. Results Election box begin title General election results ref http clerk.house.gov member info electionInfo 1976election.pdf ref Election box winning candidate with party link party Democratic Party United States candidate Howard Cannon incumbent inc. votes 127,214 percentage 63.01 change 5.36 Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party United States candidate David ... party Libertarian Party United States candidate Dan Becan votes 2,307 percentage 1.14 change Election ... David Towell party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 63,471 percentage2 31.4 map image map size 100px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Howard Cannon before party Democratic Party United States after election Howard Cannon after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsNV The 1976 United States Senate election in Nevada was held on November 8, 1976. Incumbent Democratic Party United States Democratic U.S. Senator Howard Cannon won re election to a fourth ... defeated for re election in 1964 by Republican Lieutenant Governor Paul Laxalt in one of the closest election in history. However, he became more popular over the next few years and won re election in 1970 with nearly 58 of the vote. In 1976, he faced U.S. Representative David Towell , who served ... re election with 63 of the vote, one of his best election performances of his career. He won every ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Florida, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Florida, 1976 country Florida type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Florida, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Florida, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 2, 1976 image1 Image SenatorChiles.jpg 125px nominee1 Lawton Chiles party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 1,799,518 percentage1 63.0 image2 Image Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 John Grady party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 1,057,886 percentage2 37.0 map image map size 200px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Lawton Chiles before party Democratic Party United States after election Lawton Chiles after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsFL The 1976 United States Senate election in Florida was held on November 2, 1976. Incumbent Democratic Party United States Democratic U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles won re election to a second term. Major candidates Democratic Lawton Chiles , U.S. Senator since 1971 Republican John Grady, Mayor of Belle Glade, Florida Belle Glade ref http www.ourcampaigns.com CandidateDetail.html?CandidateID 8257 ref Results Election box begin title General election results ref http www.ourcampaigns.com RaceDetail.html?RaceID 6290 ref Election box candidate with party link party Democratic Party United States candidate Lawton Chiles votes 1,799,518 percentage 63.0 change Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party United States candidate John Grady votes 1,057,886 percentage 37.0 change Election box candidate party Write In candidate Ed Ice votes 123 percentage 0.0 change Election box candidate party Write In candidate Tim Adams votes 7 percentage 0.0 change Election box end References reflist United States elections, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Florida Category United States Senate elections in Florida 1976 ...   more details



  1. United States Senate election in Hawaii, 1976

    Infobox Election election name United States Senate election in Hawaii, 1976 country Hawaii type presidential ongoing no previous election United States Senate election in Hawaii, 1970 previous year 1970 next election United States Senate election in Hawaii, 1982 next year 1982 election date November 2, 1976 image1 File Spark Matsunaga.jpg 125px nominee1 Spark Matsunaga party1 Democratic Party United States popular vote1 162,305 percentage1 53.7 image2 File Replace this image male.svg 150px nominee2 William F. Quinn William Quinn party2 Republican Party United States popular vote2 122,724 percentage2 40.6 map image Hawaii Election Results by County, all Democratic.svg map size 100px map caption County results title U.S. Senator before election Hiram Fong before party Republican Party United States after election Spark Matsunaga after party Democratic Party United States ElectionsHI The 1976 United States Senate election in Hawaii took place on November 2, 1976. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Hiram Fong decided to retire instead of seeking re election to a fourth term. Democrat Spark ... Election box candidate with party link party Republican Party US candidate William Quinn votes 122,724 percentage 40.6 change Election box candidate party People s candidate Anthony Hodges votes 14,226 percentage 4.7 change Election box candidate party Nonpartisan candidate James Kimmel votes 1,433 percentage 0.5 change Election box candidate with party link party Libertarian Party US candidate Rockne Hart Johnson votes 1,404 percentage 0.5 change Election box end References references External links US politics stub United States elections, 1976 Category United States Senate elections, 1976 Hawaii Category United States Senate elections in Hawaii 1976 ... William F. Quinn William Quinn , Governor of Hawaii Results Election box begin title General election results ref http www.ourcampaigns.com RaceDetail.html?RaceID 2524 ref Election box candidate ...   more details



  1. United States presidential election in Florida, 1984

    main United States presidential election, 1984 Infobox Election election name United States presidential election, 1984 United States presidential election in Florida country Florida type presidential ongoing no previous election United States presidential election in Florida, 1980 previous year 1980 next election United States presidential election in Florida, 1988 next year 1988 election date November 6, 1984 image1 File Official Portrait of President Reagan 1981.jpg 125px nominee1 Ronald Reagan party1 Republican Party United States home state1 California running mate1 George H. W. Bush electoral vote1 21 popular vote1 2,730,350 percentage1 65.32 image2 File U.S Vice President Walter Mondale.jpg 125px nominee2 Walter Mondale party2 Democratic Party United States home state2 Minnesota running mate2 Geraldine Ferraro electoral vote2 0 popular vote2 1,448,816 percentage2 34.66 map image map size 250px map caption title President before election Ronald Reagan before party Republican Party United States after election Ronald Reagan after party Republican Party United States ElectionsFL The United States presidential election in Florida, 1984 refers to how Florida participated in the United States presidential election, 1984 1984 United States presidential election . References Reflist http uselectionatlas.org RESULTS state.php?year 1984&fips 12&f 1&off 0&elect 0 Florida in the 1984 United States Presidential election Category United States presidential election, 1984 Flo Category United States presidential elections in Florida Category Florida elections, 1984 ...   more details




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