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Government Statistics > US gubernatorial elections, 1986 > Election results > Opposing Candidates (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama H. Guy Hunt (Republican) 56.4%
Bill Baxley (Democratic) 43.6%
Alaska Steve Cowper (Democratic) 47.3%
Arliss Sturgulewski (Republican) 42.6%
Joe Vogler (Alaskan Ind.) 5.6%
Walter Joseph Hickel (Independent) 2.8%
Mary Jane O'Brannon (Libertarian) 0.6%
Arizona Evan Mecham (Republican) 39.7%
Carolyn Warner (Democratic) 34.5%
Bill Schulz (Independent) 25.8%
Arkansas Frank D. White (Republican) 36.1%
California Tom Bradley (Democratic) 37.2%
Maria Elizabeth Muñoz (Peace & Freedom) 1.3%
Joseph Fuhrig (Libertarian) 0.7%
Gary V. Miller (American Ind.) 0.7%
Colorado Roy Romer (Democratic) 58.2%
Ted Strickland (Republican) 41.0%
Earl Dodge (Prohibition) 0.8%
Connecticut Julie Belaga (Republican) 41.5%
Florida Bob Martinez (Republican) 54.6%
Steve Pajcic (Democratic) 45.4%
Georgia Guy Davis (Republican) 29.5%
Hawaii John D. Waihee III (Democratic) 52.0%
D. G. Anderson (Republican) 48.0%
Idaho Cecil D. Andrus (Democratic) 50.5%
David H. Leroy (Republican) 49.5%
Illinois Adlai Stevenson III (Solidarity) 40.0%
(No gubernatorial candidate)(Stevenson was originally the Democratic gubernatorial nominee but later withdrew when several Lyndon LaRouche supporters won spots on the Democratic ticket. See Solidarity Party for more details) (Democratic) 6.6%
Gary L. Shilts (Libertarian) 0.5%
Iowa Lowell Junkins (Democratic) 48.0%
Kansas Mike Hayden (Republican) 51.9%
Thomas R. Docking (Democratic) 48.1%
Maine John R. McKernan, Jr. (Republican) 39.9%
James E. Tierney (Democratic) 30.2%
Sherry Huber (Independent) 15.1%
John Menario (Independent) 14.9%
Maryland William Donald Schaefer (Democratic) 82.4%
Thomas J. Mooney (Republican) 17.6%
Massachusetts George Kariotis (Republican) 31.2%
Michigan William Lucas (Republican) 31.5%
Minnesota Cal Ludeman (Republican) 43.1%
Nebraska Kay A. Orr (Republican) 52.9%
Helen Boosalis (Democratic) 47.1%
Nevada Patty Cafferata (Republican) 25.0%
None of These Candidates 2.1%
Louis R. Tomburello (Libertarian) 1.0%
New Hampshire Paul McEachern (Democratic) 46.3%
New Mexico Garrey Carruthers (Republican) 53.0%
Ray Powell (Democratic) 47.0%
New York Andrew O'Rourke (Republican) 31.8%
Denis Dillon (Right to Life) 3.1%
Lenora Fulani (New Alliance) 0.6%
Ohio Jim Rhodes (Republican) 39.4%
Oklahoma Henry Bellmon (Republican) 48.1%
David Walters (Democratic) 45.2%
Jerry Brown (Independent) 6.7%
Oregon Neil Goldschmidt (Democratic) 52.0%
Norma Paulus (Republican) 48.0%
Pennsylvania Robert P. Casey (Democratic) 50.7%
William Scranton, III (Republican) 48.4%
Heidi Hoover (Consumer) 1.0%
Rhode Island Bruce Sundlun (Democratic) 32.4%
Robert Healey (Cool Moose) 1.9%
Tony Affigne (Citizens) 1.1%
South Carolina Carroll A. Campbell, Jr. (Republican) 51.0%
Michael R. Daniel (Democratic) 47.9%
William H. Griffin (Libertarian) 0.6%
South Dakota George S. Mickelson (Republican) 51.8%
Lars Herseth (Democratic) 48.2%
Tennessee Ned McWherter (Democratic) 54.3%
Winfield Dunn (Republican) 45.7%
Texas Bill Clements (Republican) 52.7%
Theresa S. Doyle (Libertarian) 1.2%
Vermont Peter P. Smith (Republican) 38.3%
Bernie Sanders (Independent) 14.5%
Wisconsin Tommy Thompson (Republican) 52.7%
Kathryn Christenson (Labor and Farm) 0.7%
Wyoming Mike Sullivan (Wyoming) (Democratic) 54.0%
Pete Simpson (Republican) 46.0%

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