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1994 Arkansas gubernatorial election

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1994 Arkansas gubernatorial election

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Jim Guy Tucker.jpg
Sheffield Nelson 2011 (cropped).jpg
Nominee Jim Guy Tucker Sheffield Nelson
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 428,936 287,904
Percentage 59.84% 40.16%

Arkansas Gubernatorial Election Results by County, 1994.svg
County Results

Tucker:      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%

Nelson:      50–60%

Governor before election

Jim Guy Tucker

Elected Governor

Jim Guy Tucker

Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1994 took place on November 8, 1994, as a part of the United States gubernatorial elections, 1994.

Democratic nomination

Incumbent Democratic Governor Jim Guy Tucker assumed the office after his predecessor, Bill Clinton, resigned in December 1992, after being elected President of the United States. Tucker decided to run for a full term. However, less than two years later, Tucker was forced to resign from the governorship due to his involvement in the Whitewater Scandal.

Republican nomination


Primary results (May 17):[1]

  • Nelson – 24,054 (50.80%)
  • Luelf – 20,953 (44.25%)
  • Jones – 2,346 (4.95%)

General election

Although the Republican Party made impressive gains in 1994 Republican Revolution, winning a majority in the United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, as well as a majority of governorships, Tucker ran as a moderate Democrat and won in a landslide.[2]

  • Jim Guy Tucker (D) (inc.) – 428,936 (59.84%)
  • Sheffield Nelson (R) – 287,904 (40.16%)


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