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United States Senate election in Colorado, 1986

United States Senate election in Colorado, 1986

November 3, 1986

 
Nominee Tim Wirth Ken Kramer
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 529,449 512,994
Percentage 49.9% 48.4%

U.S. Senator before election

Gary Hart
Democratic

Elected U.S. Senator

Tim Wirth
Democratic

The 1986 United States Senate election in Colorado was held on November 3, 1986. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Gary Hart decided to retire instead of seeking a third term. Democratic nominee Tim Wirth won the open seat.

Major candidates

Democratic

Republican

Results

General election results[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Tim Wirth 529,449 49.91% -0.42%
Republican Ken Kramer 512,994 48.36% -0.34%
Independent Michael Martin Bush 11,127 1.05%
Socialist Workers Michael R. Chamberlain 3,756 0.35%
Independent American Henry John Olshaw 1,868 0.18% -0.17%
Prohibition Calvin G. Dodge 1,571 0.15%
Majority 16,455 1.55% -0.09%
Turnout 1,060,765
Democratic hold Swing

References

  1. ^ http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/electionInfo/1986election.pdf
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