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Electoral history of George H. W. Bush

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President George H. W. Bush
President George H. W. Bush

George Herbert Walker Bush, 41st President of the United States (1989–1993), 43rd Vice President of the United States (1981–1989); Director of the CIA (1976–1977) and United States Representative from Texas (1967–1971).

Texas United States Senate election, 1964 (Republican primary):

Texas United States Senate election, 1964 (Republican primary runoff):

Texas United States Senate election, 1964:

Texas' 7th congressional district, 1966:

  • George H. W. Bush (R) – 53,756 (57.07%)
  • Frank Briscoe (D) – 39,958 (42.42%)
  • Bob Gray (Constitution) – 488 (0.52%)

Texas' 7th congressional district, 1968:

Texas United States Senate election, 1970 (Republican primary):

Texas United States Senate election, 1970:

1980 Republican presidential primaries:

1980 Republican National Convention (Presidential tally):

1980 Republican National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):

1980 United States presidential election

1984 Republican National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):

1984 United States presidential election

1988 Republican presidential primaries:

1988 Republican National Convention (Presidential tally):

1988 United States presidential election

1992 Republican presidential primaries:

1992 Republican National Convention (Presidential tally):

1992 New York State Right to Life Party Convention:

1992 United States presidential election

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