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Government Statistics > US gubernatorial elections, 1982 > Election results > Opposing Candidates (most recent) by state

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Alabama George Wallace (Democratic) 57.6%
Emory Folmar (Republican) 39.1%
Leo Suiter (Alabama Conservative) 1.6%
Henry Klingler (Libertarian) 0.7%
John Jackson (Alabama Nat'l Democrat) 0.4%
John Dyer (Prohibition) 0.4%
Martin J. Boyers (Socialist Workers) 0.2%
Alaska Bill Sheffield (Democratic) 46.1%
Tom Fink (Republican) 37.1%
Dick Randolph (Libertarian) 14.9%
Joe Vogler (Alaskan Ind.) 1.7%
Arizona Leo Corbet (Republican) 32.5%
Sam Steiger (Libertarian) 5.0%
Arkansas Bill Clinton (Democratic) 45.3%
California George Deukmejian (Republican) 49.3%
Tom Bradley (politician) (Democratic) 48.1%
Don P. Dougherty (Libertarian) 1.0%
Elizabeth Martinez (Peace & Freedom) 0.9%
James C. Griffin (American Ind.) 0.7%
Colorado John D. Fuhr (Republican) 31.2%
Paul K. Grant (Libertarian) 2.0%
Earl Dodge (Prohibition) 0.4%
Alan Gummerson (Socialist Workers) 0.3%
Connecticut Lewis B. Rome (Republican) 46.3%
Florida Louis A. Bafalis (Republican) 35.3%
Georgia Joe Frank Harris (Democratic) 62.8%
Robert H. Bell (Republican) 37.2%
Hawaii Frank Fasi (Independent Democrat) 28.6%
D. G. Anderson (Republican) 26.1%
Idaho Phil Batt (Republican) 47.1%
Illinois Adlai Stevenson III (Democratic) 49.30%
Bea Armstrong (Libertarian) 0.67%
John E. Roche (U.S. Taxpayers) 0.60%
Iowa Terry E. Branstad (Republican) 52.8%
Roxanne Barton Conlin (Democratic) 46.6%
Marcia Farrington (Libertarian) 0.3%
Jim Bittner (Socialist) 0.3%
Kansas Sam Hardage (Republican) 44.5%
James H. Ward (Libertarian) 1.0%
Frank Shelton (American) 0.8%
Warren C. Martin (Prohibition) 0.6%
Maine Charles L. Cragin (Republican) 37.7%
Venn Warren (Independent) 0.6%
J. Martin "Marty" Vachon (Independent) 0.6%
Maryland Robert A. Pascal (Republican) 38.0%
Massachusetts Michael Dukakis (Democratic) 59.5%
John W. Sears (Republican) 36.6%
Frank Rich (Independent) 3.1%
Rebecca Shipman (Libertarian) 0.9%
Michigan James Blanchard (Democratic) 51.4%
Richard Headlee (Republican) 45.1%
Robert Tisch (Tisch Ind. Citizens) 2.6%
Dick Jacobs (Libertarian) 0.5%
James Phillips (American Ind.) 0.2%
Leslie E. Craine (Socialist Workers) 0.1%
Martin P. McLaughlin (Workers League) 0.1%
Minnesota Rudy Perpich (Democratic) 58.6%
Wheelock Whitney (Republican) 40.0%
Kathy Wheeler (Socialist Workers) 0.6%
Tom McDonald (Honest Government) 0.5%
Franklin H. Haws (Libertarian) 0.4%
Nebraska Bob Kerrey (Democratic) 50.7%
Nevada Richard Bryan (Democratic) 53.4%
None of These Candidates 2.9%
Dan Becan (Libertarian) 1.9%
New Hampshire John H. Sununu (Republican) 51.5%
Meldrim Thomson, Jr. (Independent) 1.7%
New Mexico Toney Anaya (Democratic) 53.0%
John B. Irick (Republican) 47.0%
New York Mario Cuomo (Democratic) 50.9%
Lewis Lehrman (Republican) 47.5%
Robert J. Bohner (Right to Life) 1.0%
John H. Northrup (Libertarian) 0.3%
Jane Benedict (Unity) 0.1%
Nancy Ross (New Alliance) 0.1%
Diane Wang (Socialist Workers) 0.1%
Ohio Dick Celeste (Democratic) 59.0%
Bud Brown (Republican) 38.9%
Phyllis Goetz (Libertarian) 1.2%
Kurt O. Landefiled (Independent) 0.5%
Erwin Reupert (Independent) 0.4%
Oklahoma Tom Daxon (Republican) 37.6%
Allah-U Akbar Allah-U Wahid (Independent) 0.3%
Oregon Ted Kulongoski (Democratic) 36.9%
Pennsylvania Allen E. Ertel (Democratic) 48.1%
Mark Zola (Socialist Workers) 0.4%
Lee Frissell (Consumer) 0.4%
Richard D. Fuerle (Libertarian) 0.3%
Rhode Island Vincent Marzullo (Republican) 23.6%
Hilary R. Salk (Independent) 2.1%
Peter Van Daam (Independent) 1.0%
South Carolina W. D. Workman, Jr. (Republican) 30.2%
South Dakota Mike O'Connor (Democratic) 29.1%
Tennessee Randy Tyree (Democratic) 40.4%
Texas Mark White (Democratic) 53.2%
David Hutzelman (Libertarian) 0.6%
Bob Poteet (U.S. Taxpayers) 0.3%
Vermont Madeleine M. Kunin (Democratic) 44.0%
Richard Gottlieb (Liberty Union) 0.5%
John L. Buttolph III (Libertarian) 0.5%
Wisconsin Tony Earl (Democratic) 56.8%
Terry Kohler (Republican) 42.0%
Larry Smiley (Libertarian) 0.6%
James Wickstrom (U.S. Taxpayers) 0.5%
Peter Seidman (Socialist Workers) 0.2%
Wyoming Warren A. Morton (Republican) 36.9%

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