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1990 Maine gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maine gubernatorial election, 1990

← 1986 November 6, 1990 1994 →
 
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Nominee John McKernan Joseph Brennan Andrew Adam
Party Republican Democratic Independent
Popular vote 243,766 230,038 48,377
Percentage 46.7% 44.1% 9.3%

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County Results

McKernan:      40–50%      50–60%

Brennan:      40-50%

Governor before election

John McKernan
Republican

Elected Governor

John McKernan
Republican

The 1990 Maine gubernatorial election took place on November 6, 1990. Incumbent Republican Governor John McKernan defeated Democratic Party challenger (and former governor) Joseph E. Brennan in a tight contest. Independent Andrew Adam took in 9.3% of the vote.

Results

1990 Gubernatorial Election, Maine
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican John R. McKernan (Incumbent) 243,766 46.7% -
Democratic Joseph E. Brennan 230,038 44.1% -
Independent Andrew Adam 48,377 9.3% -
Majority 13,728 2.6%
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