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1999 Louisiana's 1st congressional district special election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louisiana's 1st congressional district special election, 1999

← 1998 May 29, 1999 (1999-05-29) 2000 →
 
Congressman David Vitter.png
Dave Treen.jpg
Nominee David Vitter Dave Treen
Party Republican Republican
Popular vote 61,661 59,849
Percentage 50.75% 49.25%

Representative before election

Bob Livingston
Republican

Elected Representative

David Vitter
Republican

The 1999 United States House of Representatives special election in Louisiana's 1st congressional district was held on May 29, 1999 to select the successor to Bob Livingston (R) who resigned due to the discovery of an extramarital affair.

On May 1, nine candidates, mostly Republicans, competed on the same ballot. However, since no candidate was able to achieve a majority, a runoff was held at the end of the month.

Louisiana's 1st congressional district special election jungle primary[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican David Treen 36,719 25.06%
Republican David Vitter 31,741 21.67%
Republican David Duke 28,059 19.15%
Republican Monica Monica 22,928 15.65%
Democratic R.H. "Bill" Strain 16,446 11.23%
Republican Rob Couhig 9,295 6.34%
Democratic Darryl Ward 720 0.49%
Republican Patrick Landry 344 0.23%
Republican S. J. LoCoco 246 0.17%
Total votes 146,498 100%

Runoff

Former State Representative David Vitter narrowly won in the runoff over former Louisiana governor Dave Treen and would later become a United States Senator.

1999 Louisiana's 1st special run-off[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican David Vitter 61,661 50.75%
Republican Dave Treen 59,849 49.25%
Total votes 121,510 100%
Republican hold

References

  1. ^ "Official Election Results for Election Date: 05/01/1999". Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved April 25, 2018.
  2. ^ "Official Election Results for Election Date: 05/29/1999". Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved April 25, 2018.
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