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1984 Indiana gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Indiana gubernatorial election, 1984

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Nominee Robert D. Orr Wayne Townsend
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate John Mutz Ann DeLaney
Popular vote 1,146,497 1,036,922
Percentage 52.2% 47.2%

Governor before election

Robert D. Orr
Republican

Elected Governor

Robert D. Orr
Republican

The 1984 Indiana gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1984 in all 92 counties of Indiana. Robert D. Orr, the state's incumbent Republican governor, was comfortably reelected to a second term, defeating State Senator Wayne Townsend and two minor party challengers in the general election.[1] His victory marked the fifth consecutive victory for the Republican Party in Indiana gubernatorial elections, and the last time Republicans would win the governorship in the 20th century.

Despite losing the election, Townsend received 195,351 more votes than the Democratic nominee for president, Walter Mondale, who won less than 38% of the vote in Indiana and was handily defeated by Ronald Reagan in the presidential election of 1984.[2] Townsend's running mate, former Marion County Deputy Prosecutor Ann DeLaney, was the first woman ever to run for Lieutenant Governor of Indiana in the history of the state.[3][4]

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Transcription

Results

Indiana gubernatorial election, 1984[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Robert D. Orr (Incumbent) 1,146,497 52.16
Democratic Wayne Townsend 1,036,922 47.18
American Rockland Snyder 7,455 0.34
Libertarian James A. Ridenour 7,114 0.32

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