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Electoral history of Ted Kennedy

Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)

Electoral history of Ted Kennedy, United States Senator from Massachusetts (1962–2009) and, at the time of his death, the second most senior member of the Senate.

United States Senate races

Massachusetts Democratic primary for the United States Senate, 1962:[1]

Massachusetts United States Senate special election, 1962:[2]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1964:[3]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1970:[4]

Massachusetts Democratic primary for the United States Senate, 1976:[5]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1976:[6]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1982:[7]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1988:[8]

Massachusetts Democratic primary for the United States Senate, 1994:[9]

  • Ted Kennedy (inc.) – 391,637 (98.87%)
  • Others – 4,498 (1.14%)

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1994:[10]

Massachusetts Democratic primary for the United States Senate, 2000:[11]

  • Ted Kennedy (inc.) – 236,883 (98.97%)
  • Others – 2,467 (1.03%)

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 2000:[12]

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 2006:[13]

Presidential and Vice Presidential races

Senator Kennedy ran for president only once, in 1980. 1964 Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary:[14]

All votes were cast as write-ins

1968 Democratic Presidential primaries:[15]

1968 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[16]

1968 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[17]

Liberal Party presidential convention, 1968:[18]

1972 Democratic presidential primaries:[19]

1972 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[20]

1972 Democratic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[21]

1976 Democratic presidential primaries:[22]

1976 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[23]

1980 Democratic presidential primaries:[24]

1980 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally):[25]

References

  1. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate – D Primary Race – Sep 18, 1962
  2. ^ http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/electionInfo/1962election.pdf
  3. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 03, 1964
  4. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 03, 1970
  5. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate -D Primary Race – Sep 14, 1976
  6. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 02, 1976
  7. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 05, 1982
  8. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 08, 1988
  9. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate- D Primary Race – Sep 20, 1994
  10. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 08, 1994
  11. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate- D Primary Race – Jun 13, 2000
  12. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 07, 2000
  13. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US Senate Race – Nov 07, 2006
  14. ^ Our Campaigns – MA US President – D Primary Race – Apr 28, 1964
  15. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Mar 12, 1968
  16. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Aug 26, 1968
  17. ^ Our Campaigns – US Vice President – D Convention Race – Jul 26, 1968
  18. ^ Our Campaigns – NY US President – L Convention Race – Sep 04, 1968
  19. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Mar 07, 1972
  20. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Jul 10, 1972
  21. ^ Our Campaigns – US Vice President – D Convention Race – Jul 10, 1972
  22. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Feb 01, 1976
  23. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Jul 12, 1976
  24. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primaries Race – Feb 26, 1980
  25. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Convention Race – Aug 11, 1980

See also

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