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

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States (A to Z) Description
Arizona Pete Dunn (Republican) 40.3%
Randall Clamons (Libertarian) 2.8%
California Pete Wilson (Republican) 51.5%
Jerry Brown (Democratic) 44.8%
Tena Dietrich (American Ind.) 1.4%
David Wald (Peace & Freedom) 1.2%
Joseph Fuhrig (Libertarian) 1.1%
Connecticut Anthony T. Moffett (Democratic) 46.1%
Lucien DiFazio (Conservative) 2.8%
James A. Lewis (Libertarian) 0.7%
Delaware David N. Levinson (Democratic) 44.2%
Florida Van B. Poole (Republican) 38.3%
Hawaii Clarence J. Brown (Republican) 17.0%
E Floyd Bernier-Nachtwey (Independent) 2.9%
Indiana Floyd Fithian (Democratic) 45.6%
Raymond James (American) 0.6%
Maine David F. Emery (Republican) 39.1%
Maryland Lawrence Hogan (Republican) 36.5%
Massachusetts Ray Shamie (Republican) 38.3%
Howard S. Katz (Libertarian) 0.9%
Michigan Philip Ruppe (Republican) 40.9%
Minnesota Mark Dayton (Democratic) 46.6%
Mississippi Haley Barbour (Republican) 35.8%
Missouri Harriett Woods (Democratic) 49.1%
Montana Larry Williams (Republican) 41.7%
Larry Dodge (Libertarian) 3.9%
Nebraska Jim Keck (Republican) 28.5%
Virginia Walsh (Independent) 4.9%
Nevada Chic Hecht (Republican) 50.1%
New Jersey Frank Lautenberg (Democratic) 50.9%
Millicent Fenwick (Republican) 47.8%
New Mexico Jeff Bingaman (Democratic) 53.8%
New York Florence M. Sullivan (Republican) 34.2%
North Dakota Gene Knorr (Republican) 34.0%
Anna B. Bourgois (Independent) 3.1%
Ohio Paul E. Pfeifer (Republican) 41.1%
Pennsylvania Cyril Wecht (Democratic) 39.2%
Rhode Island Julius C. Michaelson (Democratic) 48.8%
Tennessee Robin Beard (Republican) 38.1%
Texas James M. Collins (Republican) 40.5%
Utah Ted Wilson (Democratic) 41.3%
George Mercier (Libertarian) 0.2%
Lawrence R Kauffman American 0.2%
Vermont James A. Guest (Democratic) 47.2%
Virginia Paul S. Trible, Jr. (Republican) 51.2%
Richard Joseph Davis (Democratic) 48.8%
Washington Doug Jewett (Republican) 24.3%
King Lysen (Independent) 5.3%
Jesse Chiang (Libertarian) 1.5%
West Virginia Cleve Benedict (Republican) 30.8%
Wisconsin Scott McCallum (Republican) 34.1%
Wyoming Rodger McDaniel (Democratic) 43.3%

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