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Electoral history of Bill Clinton

President Bill Clinton

Electoral history of Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States (1993–2001); 40th and 42nd Governor of Arkansas (1979–1981 and 1983–1992).

Congressional races

Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974 (Democratic primary)[1]

Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974 (Democratic primary runoff)[2]

Arkansas 3rd congressional district, 1974[3]

Statewide races in Arkansas

Arkansas Attorney General, 1976 (Democratic primary):[4]

Arkansas Attorney General, 1976[5]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1978 (Democratic primary)[6]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1978[7]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1980 (Democratic primary)[8]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1980[9]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982 (Democratic primary)[10]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982 (Democratic primary runoff)[11]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982[12]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1984 (Democratic primary)[13]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1984[14]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986 (Democratic primary)[15]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986[16]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1990 (Democratic primary)[17]

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1990[18]

Presidential elections

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1992[19]

1992 Democratic National Convention

United States presidential election, 1992

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1996[20]

1996 Democratic National Convention[21]

  • Bill Clinton (inc.) - 4,277 (99.72%)
  • Abstaining - 12 (0.28%)

United States presidential election, 1996

See also

References

  1. ^ Our Campaigns - AR District 3 - D Primary Race - May 28, 1974
  2. ^ Our Campaigns - AR District 3 - D Runoff Race - Jun 11, 1974
  3. ^ Our Campaigns - AR District 03 Race - Nov 04, 1974
  4. ^ AllPolitics - Candidates - Democrats
  5. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Attorney General Race - Nov 02, 1976
  6. ^ Our Campaigns - AR. Governor - D Primary Race - May 30, 1978
  7. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 07, 1978
  8. ^ Our Campaigns - AR. Governor - D Primary Race - May 17, 1980
  9. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 04, 1980
  10. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor - D Primary Race - May 25, 1982
  11. ^ Our Campaigns - AR. Governor - D Run off Primary Race - Jun 08, 1982
  12. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 02, 1982
  13. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor - D Primary Race - May 29, 1984
  14. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 06, 1984
  15. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor - D Primary Race - May 27, 1986
  16. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 04, 1986
  17. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor - D Primary Race - May 29, 1990
  18. ^ Our Campaigns - AR Governor Race - Nov 06, 1990
  19. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - D Primaries Race - Feb 01, 1992
  20. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - D Primaries Race - Feb 01, 1996
  21. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - D Convention Race - Aug 26, 1996
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