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Government Statistics > US gubernatorial elections, 1998 > Summary of results > Opposing Candidates (most recent) by state

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Alabama Don Siegelman (Democratic) 57.7%
Alaska Robin Taylor (Write-in) 18.3%
John Lindauer (Republican) 17.9%
Ray Metcalfe (Republican Moderate) 6.2%
Erica Jacobsson (Green) 3.0%
Arizona Paul Johnson (Democratic) 35.5%
Katherine Gallant (Libertarian) 2.7%
Scott Malcomson (Reform) 0.8%
Arkansas Bill Bristow (Democratic) 38.7%
Keith Carle (Reform) 1.6%
California Gray Davis (Democratic) 58.0%
Dan Lungren (Republican) 38.4%
Daniel Hamburg (Green) 1.2%
Steve Kubby (Libertarian) 0.9%
Gloria LaRiva (Peace & Freedom) 0.7%
Nathan Johnson (American Ind.) 0.5%
Harold Bloomfield (Natural Law) 0.4%
Colorado Bill Owens (Republican) 49.1%
Gail Schoettler (Democratic) 48.4%
Sandra Johnson (Libertarian) 1.7%
Tim Leonard (American Constitution) 0.8%
Connecticut Barbara B. Kennelly (Democratic) 35.4%
Joseph Zdoneczyk (Concerned Citizens) 0.9%
Ned Vare (Libertarian) 0.6%
Roberta Scaglione (Term Limits) 0.2%
Florida Jeb Bush (Republican) 55.3%
Buddy MacKay (Democratic) 44.7%
Georgia Roy Barnes (Democratic) 52.5%
Guy Millner (Republican) 44.0%
Jack Cashin (Libertarian) 3.4%
Hawaii Linda Lingle (Republican) 48.8%
George Peabody (Libertarian) 1.1%
Idaho Dirk Kempthorne (Republican) 67.7%
Robert Huntley (Democratic) 29.1%
Peter Rickards (Independent) 3.2%
Illinois George Ryan (Republican) 51.0%
Glenn Poshard (Democratic) 47.5%
Lawrence Redmond (Reform) 1.5%
Iowa Tom Vilsack (Democratic) 52.3%
Jim Ross Lightfoot (Republican) 46.5%
Jim Hennager (Reform) 0.6%
Kansas Tom Sawyer (Democratic) 22.7%
Kirt Poovey (Taxpayers) 2.9%
Darrel King (Reform) 1.1%
Maine James B. Longley, Jr. (Republican) 18.9%
Thomas Connolly (Democratic) 12.0%
Pat LaMarche (Green Independent) 6.8%
William Clarke (Taxpayers) 3.6%
Maryland Ellen Sauerbrey (Republican) 44.8%
Massachusetts Scott Harshbarger (Democratic) 47.4%
Dean Cook (Libertarian) 1.7%
Michigan Geoffrey Fieger (Democratic) 37.8%
Minnesota Jesse Ventura (Reform) 37.0%
Norm Coleman (Republican) 34.3%
Skip Humphrey (Democratic) 28.1%
Ken Pentel (Green) 0.3%
Frank Germann (Libertarian) 0.1%
Chris Wright (Grassroots) 0.1%
Nebraska Mike Johanns (Republican) 53.9%
Bill Hoppner (Democratic) 46.0%
Nevada Kenny Guinn (Republican) 51.6%
Jan Jones (Democratic) 42.0%
None of the above 2.9%
Chuck Horne (Independent American) 1.7%
Terry Savage (Libertarian) 1.7%
New Hampshire Jay Lucas (Republican) 33.1%
New Mexico Martin Chavez (Democratic) 45.5%
New York Peter Vallone, Sr. (Democratic) 33.2%
Tom Golisano (Independence) 7.7%
Betsy McCaughey Ross (Liberal) 1.7%
Michael Reynolds (Right to Life) 1.2%
Al Lewis (Green) 1.1%
Thomas Leighton (Marijuana Reform) 0.5%
Alice France (Unity) 0.2%
Christopher Garvey (Libertarian) 0.1%
Alfred Duncan (Socialist Workers) 0.1%
Ohio Bob Taft (Republican) 50.1%
Lee Fisher (Democratic) 44.7%
John Mitchel (Independent) 3.3%
Zanna Feitler (Independent) 1.9%
Oklahoma Laura Boyd (Democratic) 40.9%
Hoppy Heidelberg (Reform) 1.2%
Oregon Bill Sizemore (Republican) 30.0%
Richard Burke (Libertarian) 1.8%
Blair Bobier (Pacific Green) 1.4%
Roger Weidner (Reform) 0.9%
Patti Steurer (Natural Law) 0.7%
Trey Smith (Socialist) 0.5%
Pennsylvania Ivan Itkin (Democratic) 31.0%
Peg Luksik (Taxpayers) 10.4%
Ken Krawchuk (Libertarian) 1.1%
Rhode Island Myrth York (Democratic) 42.1%
Robert Healey (Cool Moose) 6.3%
John Patrick (Reform) 0.6%
South Carolina Jim Hodges (Democratic) 53.2%
Timothy Moultrie (Libertarian) 1.4%
South Dakota Bernie Hunhoff (Democratic) 32.9%
Bob Newland (Libertarian) 1.7%
Ronald Wieczorek (Independent) 1.4%
Tennessee John Jay Hooker (Democratic) 29.5%
George Hamilton (Independent) 0.6%
Irwin Gibbs (Independent) 0.5%
Lonnie Creech (Independent) 0.4%
Thomas Smith II (Independent) 0.2%
Karl Smithson (Independent) 0.2%
Texas Garry Mauro (Democratic) 31.2%
Lester Turlington (Libertarian) 0.6%
Vermont Ruth Dwyer (Republican) 41.1%
Joel Williams (Grassroots) 1.5%
Amy Berkey (Libertarian) 1.0%
Richard Gottlieb (Liberty Union) 0.5%
Wisconsin Ed Garvey (Democratic) 38.7%
Jim Mueller (Libertarian) 0.6%
Edward Frami (Taxpayers) 0.6%
Mike Mangan (Independent) 0.3%
Ja Mu Muhammad (Independent) 0.1%
Wyoming John Vinich (Democratic) 40.5%
Dave Dawson (Libertarian) 3.9%
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