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Illinois gubernatorial elections

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2014

2014 gubernatorial election, Illinois[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Bruce Rauner / Evelyn Sanguinetti 1,823,627 50.27%
Democratic Pat Quinn (incumbent) / Paul Vallas 1,681,343 46.35%
Libertarian Chad Grimm / Alex Cummings 121,534 3.35%
Write-in Write-ins 1,186 0.03% 0.03%
Majority 142,284 3.92%
Total votes 3,627,690 100.00%
Republican gain from Democratic

2010

2010 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Pat Quinn / Sheila Simon (incumbent) 1,721,812 46.6% -3.2
Republican Bill Brady / Jason Plummer 1,702,399 46.1% +6.8
Green Rich Whitney / Don W. Crawford 99,625 2.7% -7.7
Libertarian Lex Green / Ed Rutledge 34,293 1.0% +1.0
Independent Scott Lee Cohen / Baxter B. Swilley 134,219 3.6% +3.6%
Plurality 19,413 0.5%
Total votes 3,692,348 100.00%
Democratic hold

2006

2006 gubernatorial election, Illinois[2][3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Rod Blagojevich/Pat Quinn (incumbent) 1,736,731 49.8% -2.4%
Republican Judy Baar Topinka/Joe Birkett 1,369,315 39.3% -5.8%
Green Rich Whitney/Julie Samuels 361,336 10.4% +10.4%
Constitution Randy Stufflebeam/Randy A. White (Write-in) 19,020 0.5% +0.5%
Other Write-ins 1,111 0.03% +0.03
Write-in Mark Robert McCoy 476 0.01% +0.01
Plurality 367,537 10.5%
Total votes 3,486,671 100.0%
Democratic hold

2002

2002 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Rod Blagojevich/Pat Quinn 1,818,823 52.0 +4.5
Republican Jim Ryan/Carl Hawkins 1,582,604 45.2 -5.8
Libertarian Cal Skinner/James Tobin 73,404 2.1 +2.1
Independent Marisellis Brown 22,803 0.7 +0.7
Majority 236,219 6.8
Total votes 3,497,634 100.00
Democratic gain from Republican

1998

1998 gubernatorial election, Illinois[4][5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican George Ryan/Corinne Wood 1,714,094 51.0% -12.9%
Democratic Glenn Poshard/Mary Lou Kearns 1,594,191 47.8% +13.4%
Reform Lawrence Redmond/Philomena Nirchi 50,372 1.5% +1.5%
Majority 119,903 3.2%
Total votes 3,358,657 100.0%
Republican hold

1994

1994 gubernatorial election, Illinois[6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Jim Edgar (incumbent) 1,984,318 63.9% +13.1%
Democratic Dawn Clark Netsch 1,069,850 34.4% -13.8%
Libertarian David L. Kelley 52,388 1.69% +1.69%
N/A write-ins 10 0.0% +0.0%
Majority 914,468 29.5%
Total votes 3,106,556
Republican hold

1990

1990 gubernatorial election, Illinois[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Jim Edgar 1,653,126 50.75% -1.92%
Democratic Neil Hartigan 1,569,217 48.17% +41.53%
Illinois Solidarity Jessie Fields 35,067 1.08% -38.89%
Majority 83,909 2.58% -10.12%
Total votes 3,257,410
Republican hold

1986

1986 gubernatorial election, Illinois[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican James R. Thompson (incumbent) 1,655,849 52.67% +3.23%
Illinois Solidarity Adlai Stevenson III 1,256,626 39.97% -9.33%
Democratic No candidate 208,830 6.64% +6.64%
Libertarian Gary L. Shilts 15,646 0.50% -0.16%
Socialist Diane Roling 6,843 0.22% +0.22%
Majority 399,223 12.70%
Total votes 3,143,794 100.00%
Republican hold

1982

1982 gubernatorial election, Illinois[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican James R. Thompson (incumbent) 1,816,101 49.44% -9.60%
Democratic Adlai Stevenson III 1,811,027 49.30% +9.20%
Libertarian Bea Armstrong 24,417 0.66%
Taxpayers John E. Roche 22,001 0.60%
Write-in Write-ins 161 0.00% +0.00%
Majority 5,074 0.14% -18.80%
Total votes 3,673,707 100.00%
Republican hold

1978

1978 gubernatorial election, Illinois[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican James R. Thompson (incumbent) 1,859,684 59.04%
Democratic Michael Bakalis 1,263,134 40.10%
Libertarian Georgia Shields 11,420 0.36%
Socialist Workers Cecil Lampkin 11,026 0.35%
U.S. Labor Melvin Klenetsky 4,737 0.15%
Write-in Write-ins 106 0.00
Majority 596,550 18.94% -11.03%
Total votes 3,150,107 100.00%
Republican hold

1976

1976 gubernatorial election, Illinois[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican James R. Thompson 3,000,365 64.68%
Democratic Michael J. Howlett 1,610,258 34.71%
Communist Ishmael Flory 10,091 0.22%
Libertarian F. Joseph McCaffrey 7,552 0.16%
Socialist Workers Suzanne Haig 4,926 0.11%
Socialist Labor George LaForest 3,147 0.07%
U.S. Labor Edward Waffle 2,302 0.05%
Write-in Write-ins 369 0.01%
Majority 1,390,137 29.97%
Total votes 4,639,040 100.00%
Republican gain from Democratic

1972

1972 gubernatorial election, Illinois[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Dan Walker 2,372,313 50.68 +2.31
Republican Richard B. Ogilvie (incumbent) 2,293,809 49.02 -2.19
Socialist Labor George LaForest 7,966 0.17 -0.26
Communist Ishmael Flory 4,592 0.10 N/A
N/A write-ins 1,373 0.03 N/A
Majority 77,494 1.66 -1.18
Turnout 4,679,043
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1968

1968 gubernatorial election, Illinois[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Richard B. Ogilvie 2,307,295 51.20 +3.12
Democratic Samuel H. Shapiro (incumbent) 2,179,501 48.37 -3.55
Socialist Labor Edward C. Gross 19,175 0.43 N/A
N/A Write-ins 19,175 0.00 N/A
Majority 127,794 2.84 -1.01
Turnout 4,506,000
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1964

1964 gubernatorial election, Illinois[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Otto Kerner (incumbent) 2,418,394 51.92 -3.59
Republican Charles H. Percy 2,239,095 48.08 +3.78
N/A Write-ins 11 0.00 N/A
Majority 179,299 3.85 -7.37
Turnout 4,657,500
Democratic hold Swing

1960

1960 gubernatorial election, Illinois[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Otto Kerner 2,594,731 55.51 +6.03
Republican William G. Stratton (incumbent) 2,070,479 44.30 -6.04
Socialist Labor Edward C. Gross 8,976 0.19 +0.01
Write-in Write-ins 1 0.00 N/A
Majority 524,252 11.22 +10.37
Turnout 4,674,187
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1956

1956 gubernatorial election, Illinois[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican William G. Stratton (incumbent) 2,171,786 50.34 -2.14
Democratic Richard Austin 2,134,909 49.48 +2.16
Socialist Labor Edward C. Gross 7,874 0.18 -0.02
Write-in Write-ins 42 0.00 N/A
Majority 36,877 0.85 -4.31
Turnout 4,415,864
Republican hold Swing

1952

1952 gubernatorial election, Illinois[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican William G. Stratton 2,317,363 52.48 +9.89
Democratic Sherwood Dixon 2,089,721 47.32 -9.78
Socialist Labor Louis Fisher 8,777 0.20 +0.13
Write-in Write-ins 3 0.00 N/A
Majority 227,642 5.16 -9.36
Turnout
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1948

1948 gubernatorial election, Illinois[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Adlai Stevenson 2,250,074 57.10
Republican Dwight H. Green (incumbent) 1,678,007 42.59
Prohibition Willis Ray Wilson 9,491 0.24 +0.10
Socialist Labor Louis Fisher 2,673 0.07 -0.10
Write-in Write-ins 12 0.00
Majority
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1944

1944 gubernatorial election, Illinois[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Dwight H. Green (incumbent) 2,013,270 50.75
Democratic Thomas J. Courtney 1,940,999 48.93
Socialist Labor Charles Storm 6,906 0.17
Prohibition Willis R. Wilson 5,590 0.14 -0.02
Majority
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1940

1940 gubernatorial election, Illinois[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Dwight H. Green 2,197,778 52.93
Democratic Harry Hershey 1,940,833 46.74
Socialist Arthur G. McDowell 7,523 0.18 0.00
Prohibition Clay F. Gaumer 6,467 0.16 +0.09
Write-in Write-ins 21 0.00 0.00
Majority
Turnout
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1936

1936 gubernatorial election, Illinois[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Henry Horner (Incumbent) 2,067,861 53.16
Republican C. Wayland Brooks 1,680,685 43.21
Independent William Hale Thompson 128,962 3.32
Prohibition Harmon W. Reed 2,896 0.07
Socialist Labor O. Alfred Olson 2,602 0.07
Socialist John Fisher 6,966 0.18
Write-in Write-ins 4 0.00
Majority
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing

1932

1932 gubernatorial election, Illinois[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Henry Horner 1,930,330 57.62
Republican Len Small 1,364,043 40.71
Socialist Roy E. Burt 39,389 1.18
Communist Leonides McDonald 12,466 0.37
Socialist Labor J. E. Procum 2,896 0.09
Independent W. W. O'Brien 1,182 0.04
Majority
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1928

1928 gubernatorial election, Illinois[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Louls L. Emmerson 1,709,818 56.76
Democratic Floyd E. Thompson 1,284,897 42.66
Socialist George Koop 12,974 0.43
Communist William F. Kruse 3,153 0.10
Socialist Labor J. E. Procum 1,361 0.05
Majority
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1924

1928 gubernatorial election, Illinois[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Len Small (incumbent) 1,366,446 56.72
Democratic Norman L. Jones 1,021,408 42.40
Socialist Andrew Lafin 15,191 0.63
Communist William F. Dunne 2,312 0.10
Socialist Labor Fred Koch 2,312 0.10
Independent James A. Logan 1,025 0.04
Independent Morris Lychenheim 414 0.02
Write-in Write-ins 6 0.00
Majority
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1920

1920 gubernatorial election, Illinois [26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Len Small 1,243,148 58.87
Democratic J. Hamilton Lewis 731,551 34.64
Socialist Andrew Lafin 58,998 2.79
Farmer–Labor John H. Walker 56,480 2.67
Prohibition James H. Woertendyke 9,876 0.47
Independent John Maynard Harlan 5,990 0.28
Socialist Labor John M. Francis 3,020 0.14
Independent Harrison Parker 1,254 0.06
Independent Lewis D. Spaulding 930 0.04
Independent Parke Longworth 357 0.02
Write-in Write-ins 5 0.00
Majority
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1916

1916 gubernatorial election, Illinois[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Frank O. Lowden 696,535 52.67
Democratic Edward F. Dunne (incumbent) 556,654 42.09
Socialist Seymour Stedman 52,316 3.96
Prohibition John R. Golden 15,309 1.16
Socialist Labor John M. Francis 1,739 0.13
Majority
Turnout
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1912

1912 gubernatorial election, Illinois[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Edward F. Dunne 443,120 38.11
Republican Charles S. Deneen (incumbent) 318,469 27.39
Progressive Frank H. Funk 303,401 26.09
Socialist John C. Kennedy 78,679 6.77
Prohibition Edward Worrell 15,131 1.30
Socialist Labor John M. Francis 3,980 0.34
Plurality
Turnout
Democratic gain from Republican Swing

1908

1908 gubernatorial election, Illinois [29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Charles S. Deneen (incumbent) 550,076 47.64
Democratic Adlai Stevenson I 526,912 45.64
Prohibition Daniel R. Sheen 33,922 2.94
Socialist James H. Brower 31,293 2.71
Independent George W. McCaskrin 10,883 0.94
Socialist Labor Gustav A. Jennings 1,526 0.13
Plurality
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

1904

1904 gubernatorial election, Illinois[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Charles S. Deneen 634,029 59.09
Democratic Lawrence B. Stringer 334,880 31.21
Socialist John Collins 59,062 5.50
Prohibition Robert H. Patton 35,440 3.30
Socialist Labor Philip Veal 4,379 0.41
Populist James Hogan 4,364 0.41
Independent Andrew G. Specht 780 0.07
Majority
Turnout
Republican hold Swing

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1876

1876 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Shelby Moore Cullom 279,263 50.58% 0.00%
Democratic Lewis Steward 272,465 49.35%
Independent Samuel B. Allen 184 0.03%
Prohibition James F. Simpson 181 0.03%
Total votes 552,093 100.00%
Republican hold

[31]

1872

1868 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Richard J. Oglesby 237,774 54.41% -1.16%
Liberal Republican Gustavus Koerner 197,084 45.10%
Independent B. G. Wright 2,185 0.50%
Majority 40,690 9.31% -1.83%
Total votes 437,043 100.00%
Republican hold

1868

1868 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican John M. Palmer 249,912 55.57% +1.03%
Democratic John R. Eden 199,813 44.43% -1.03%
Majority 50,099 11.14% +2.06%
Total votes 449,725 100.00%
Republican hold

1864

1864 gubernatorial election, Illinois[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Richard J. Oglesby 190,376 54.54% +3.39%
Democratic James Carroll Robinson 158,711 45.46% -1.88%
Majority 31,665 9.08% +5.23%
Total votes 349,087 100.00%
Republican hold

1860

1860 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Richard Yates 172,196 51.15% +4.22%
Democratic James C. Allen 159,253 47.34% +2.35%
Independent Thomas Hope 2,049 0.61% N/A
Constitutional Union John T. Stuart 1,626 0.48% N/A
Independent J. W. Chickering 1,148 0.34% N/A
Independent William Brown 68 0.02% N/A
Independent John Hassack 46 0.01% N/A
Independent Scattering 17 0.01% N/A
Majority 12,943 3.85% -6.77%
Turnout 336,403 100.00%
Republican hold Swing

1856

1856 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican William Henry Bissell 111,466 46.97% +5.21%
Democratic William A. Richardson 106,769 44.99% -7.40%
Know Nothing Buckner S. Morris 19,088 8.04% N/A
Majority 16,381 10.62% -68.90%
Turnout 237,323 100.00%
Republican gain from Democratic Swing

1852

1852 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Joel Aldrich Matteson 80,789 52.39% -34.37%
Whig E. B. Webb 64,408 41.76% +34.52%
Free Soil D. A. Knowlton 9,024 5.85% -0.15%
Majority 16,381 10.62% -68.90%
Turnout 154,221 100.00%
Democratic hold Swing

1848

1848 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Augustus C. French 67,828 86.76% +28.56%
Whig W. L. D. Morrison 5,659 7.24% -29.45%
Free Soil Charles V. Dyer 4,692 6.00% +6.00%
Majority 62,169 79.52% N/A
Turnout 78,179 100.00%
Democratic hold Swing

1846

1846 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Augustus C. French 58,657 58.20% +4.68%
Whig Thomas M. Kilpatrick 37,033 36.69% -8.74%
Independent Richard Eels 5,154 5.11% +4.07%
Majority 21,624 21.51% N/A
Turnout 100,844 100.00%
Democratic hold Swing

1842

1842 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Thomas Ford 46,452 53.52% +2.74%
Whig Joseph Duncan 39,429 45.43% -3.79%
Independent Charles M. Hunter 906 1.04% +1.04%
Independent Scattering 3 0.00% 0.00%
Majority 7,023 8.09% N/A
Turnout 86,793
Democratic hold Swing

1838

1838 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Thomas Carlin 30,668 50.78% +19.57%
Whig Cyrus Edward 29,722 49.22% -3.71%
Majority 946 1.56% N/A
Turnout 60,390
Democratic gain from Whig Swing

1834

1834 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Whig Joseph Duncan 17,349 52.93% +52.93%
Democratic William Kinney 10,229 31.21% -27.74%
Independent Robert K. McLaughlin 4,315 13.16%
Independent James Adams 887 2.71%
Majority 7,120 21.72%
Turnout 32,780 100.00%
Whig gain from Democratic

1830

1830 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic John Reynolds 12,837 58.95 +54.38
Democratic-Republican William Kinney 8,938 41.05 -8.42
Majority 3,899 17.90 N/A
Turnout 21,775
Democratic gain from Democratic-Republican Swing

1826

1826 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic-Republican Ninian Edwards 6,280 49.47 N/A
Independent Thomas Sloo Jr. 5,834 45.96 N/A
Democratic-Republican Adolphus Hubbard 580 4.57 N/A
Majority 446 3.51 N/A
Turnout 12,694
Democratic-Republican gain from Independent Swing

1822

1822 gubernatorial election, Illinois[33][34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Edward Coles 2,845 33.16 N/A
Democratic-Republican Joseph Phillips 2,687 31.22 N/A
Democratic-Republican Thomas C. Brown 2,443 28.39 N/A
Democratic-Republican James B. Moore 622 7.23 N/A
Majority 167 1.94 N/A
Turnout 8,606
Democratic-Republican hold Swing

1818

1818 gubernatorial election, Illinois
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Shadrach Bond 3,828 98.99 N/A
Independent Henry Reavis 19 1.01 N/A

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