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Government Statistics > US gubernatorial elections, 1990 > Election results > Opposing Candidates (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama Paul Hubbert (Democratic) 47.9%
Alaska Walter Joseph Hickel (Alaskan Ind.) 38.9%
Tony Knowles (Democratic) 30.9%
Arliss Sturgulewski (Republican) 26.2%
Jim Sykes (Green) 3.4%
Michael O'Callaghan (Independent) 0.5%
Arizona Fife Symington III (Republican) 49.65% (52%)
Terry Goddard (Democratic) 49.24% (48%)
Max Hawkins (Independent) 1.04%
Arkansas Sheffield Nelson (Republican) 42.5%
California Pete Wilson (Republican) 48.7%
Dianne Feinstein (Democratic) 46.3%
Dennis Thompson (Libertarian) 1.9%
Jerome McCready (American Ind.) 1.8%
Maria Elizabeth Muñoz (Peace & Freedom) 1.3%
Colorado John Andrews (Republican) 35.4%
David Aitken (Libertarian) 1.9%
William David Livingston (Prohibition) 0.8%
Connecticut Lowell Weicker (A Connecticut Party) 40.4%
John G. Rowland (Republican) 37.5%
Bruce Morrison (Democratic) 20.7%
Joseph A. Zdonczyk (Concerned Citizens) 1.4%
Florida Lawton Chiles (Democratic) 56.5%
Georgia Zell Miller (Democratic) 52.9%
Johnny Isakson (Republican) 44.5%
Carole Ann Rand (Libertarian) 2.3%
Hawaii Fred Hemmings (Republican) 38.6%
Triaka-Don Smith (Libertarian) 0.9%
Peggy Ross (Natural Law) 0.7%
Idaho Roger Fairchild (Republican) 31.8%
Illinois Jim Edgar (Republican) 50.8%
Neil Hartigan (Democratic) 48.2%
Jessie Fields (Solidarity) 1.1%
Iowa Donald Avenson (Democratic) 38.5%
F. Nan Bailey (Socialist Workers) 0.4%
Kansas Joan Finney (Democratic) 48.6%
Christina Campbell-Cline (Independent) 8.8%
Maine Joseph Brennan (Democratic) 44.0%
Andrew Adam (Independent) 9.3%
Maryland William S. Shepard (Republican) 40.2%
Massachusetts William Weld (Republican) 50.2%
John Silber (Democratic) 46.9%
Leonard Umina (Independent) 2.7%
Michigan John Engler (Republican) 49.8%
William Roundtree (Workers World) 1.1%
Minnesota Arne Carlson (Ind. Republican) 50.1%
Judith Ann Chosa (Independent) 1.2%
Ross S. Culverhouse (Grassroots) 1.0%
Jon Grunseth (Ind. Republican) 0.6%
Wendy Lyons (Socialist Workers) 0.4%
Nebraska Ben Nelson (Democratic) 49.9%
Mort Sullivan (Write-in) 0.3%
Nevada Jim Gallaway (Republican) 29.9%
None of These Candidates 2.8%
James Frye (Libertarian) 2.5%
New Hampshire J. Joseph Grandmaison (Democratic) 34.7%
Miriam F. Luce (Libertarian) 4.9%
New Mexico Bruce King (Democratic) 54.6%
Frank M. Bond (Republican) 45.2%
New York Pierre Andrew Rinfret (Republican) 21.35%
Herbert London (Conservative) 20.40%
Louis P. Wein (Right to Life) 3.40%
Lenora Fulani (New Alliance) 0.77%
W. Gary Johnson (Libertarian) 0.61%
Craig Gannon (Socialist Workers) 0.31%
Ohio George Voinovich (Republican) 55.7%
Anthony J. Celebrezze Jr. (Democratic) 44.3%
Oklahoma David Walters (Democratic) 57.4%
Bill Price (Republican) 32.3%
Thomas D. Ledgerwood II (Reform) 9.9%
Oregon Barbara Roberts (Democratic) 45.7%
David B. Frohnmayer (Republican) 40.0%
Al Mobley (Independent) 13.0%
Fred Oerther (Libertarian) 1.3%
Pennsylvania Barbara Hafer (Republican) 32.3%
Rhode Island Bruce Sundlun (Democratic) 74.2%
South Carolina Theo Mitchell (Democratic) 27.9%
John R. Peeples, Jr. (American) 2.3%
South Dakota Bob L. Samuelson (Democratic) 41.1%
Tennessee Dwight Henry (Republican) 36.6%
W. Curtis Jacox (Independent) 1.4%
David Brandon Shepard (Independent) 1.2%
Texas Ann Richards (Democratic) 49.5%
Clayton Williams (Republican) 46.9%
Jeff Daiell (Libertarian) 3.3%
Vermont Richard A. Snelling (Republican) 51.8%
Peter Welch (Democratic) 46.0%
David Atkinson (Libertarian) 1.3%
Richard F. Gottlieb (Liberty Union) 0.7%
Wisconsin Tom Loftus (Democratic) 41.8%
Wyoming Mary Hansen Mead (Republican) 34.6%

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