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Ohio lieutenant gubernatorial elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The voters of the U.S. state of Ohio elect a lieutenant governor for a four-year term. Starting in 1978, the lieutenant governor is elected in tandem with the governor—votes earned on a governor-lieutenant governor ticket are indicated in parentheses.

Democratic primaries

Year Nominee First runner-Up Other candidates
2002 Charleta B. Tavares: 467,572    
1998 Michael B. Coleman: 663,832    
1994 Peter Lawson Jones: 408,161 Paul Kent Myers: 286,276  
1990 Eugene Branstool: 683,932 Judy Wynn Parker: 131,564 Robert M. Galvin: 145
Sandra King (WI): 46
1986 Paul R. Leonard: 684,206 Barbara Arnold Massey (WI): 880  
1982 Myrl H. Shoemaker: 436,887 Charles A. Vanik: 383,007 Kenneth M. Keefe: 210,524
1978 Michael J. Dorrian: 491,524 Robert J. Strittmatter: 88,134  
1974 Richard F. Celeste: 298,952 Anthony O. Calabrese: 176,756 William M. O'Neill: 125,012
J. W. Brown: 121,112
A. William Sweeney: 71,172
James R. Williams: 53,422
Lucille Huston: 48,034
Henry W. Eckhart: 30,614
Don L. Hanni: 24,033
1970 Anthony O. Calabrese: 232,602 A. William Sweeney: 185,086 Ray T. Miller Jr.: 93,062
James D. Nolan: 91,918
John J. Gill: 84,513
Robert E. Hagan: 70,320
Perry Mason: 53,350
1966 William L. Coleman: 263,508 Paul J. Lynch: 227,692  
1962 John J. Gallagher: 174,030 James A. Lantz: 117,010 James L. Powers: 92,701
John T. Flanigan: 89,790
Harold L. Milligan: 70,436
1958 John W. Donahey: 175,907 John J. Gallagher: 154,032 John W. Peck: 76,898
Franklin E. Smith: 57,817
Charles H. Hubbell: 46,957
Albert T. Ball: 25,590
Roy E. Hopple: 18,236
1956 John Taylor: 225,844 R. Edward Tepe: 99,002 Roy H. Burry: 67,176
1954 George D. Nye: 169,779 Herbert S. Duffy: 105,126 John Taylor: 44,555
1952 George D. Nye: 414,672    
1950 George D. Nye: 272,912 John F. Cantwell: 101,399  
1948 George D. Nye: 322,237    
1946 George D. Nye: 225,950    
1944 George D. Nye: 124,747 Reed M. Winegardner: 77,588; N. A. Wilcox: 48,792
1942 George D. Nye: 157,718 Reed M. Winegardner: 96,907  
1940 Robert S. Cox: 86,044 Reed M. Winegardner: 54,063 Charles H. Hubbell: 49,643
John Taylor: 47,656
John W. Pattison: 41,347
William H. Whetro: 39,423
Mark E. Moore: 38,215
Ed P. Buckmeyer: 27,554
James F. Coady: 20,222
Price Janson: 16,575
Harry J. Halper: 14,043

General election

Year Democratic Republican Other
2010 Yvette McGee Brown : 1,812,047 Mary Taylor : 1,889,180 Ann Leach : 92,116
M. Anita Rios : 58,475
2006 Lee Fisher : 2,307,420 Tom Raga : 1,406,729 Anita Rios (G) : 38,769
2002 Charleta B. Tavares: 1,236,924 Jennette B. Bradley: 1,865,007  
1998 Michael B. Coleman: 1,498,956 Maureen O'Connor: 1,678,721 Lawrence Anderson: 111,468
John A. Eastman: 65,068
1994 Peter Lawson Jones: 835,849 Nancy P. Hollister: 2,401,572 Norm Myers: 108,745
Luther E. Willis (WI): 48
Kibwe Diarra (WI): 24
1990 Eugene Branstool: 1,539,416 R. Michael DeWine: 1,938,103 Margaret Husk: 82
Henry King: 49
1986 Paul R. Leonard: 1,858,372 Robert A. Taft II: 1,207,264 Katie S. Smith (WI): 803
Lottie May Sulzer (WI): 92
Mark J. Rahn (WI): 80
1982 Myrl H. Shoemaker: 1,981,882 James E. Betts: 1,303,962 Lee Paolini (L): 39,114
John N. Salierno: 17,484
Rachel H. Knapik: 14,279
Jesse Menefee (WI): 7
1978 Michael J. Dorrian: 1,354,631 George V. Voinovich: 1,402,167 John M. Gaige: 35,164
Conrad Gutermuth: 29,413
Bruce Wood: 21,951
Johnnie Menefee Jr. (WI): 25
1974 Richard F. Celeste: 1,513,619 John W. Brown: 1,296,322 Herman Kirsch: 110,776
Bernard Henderson (WI): 39
1970 Anthony O. Calabrese: 1,399,651 John W. Brown: 1,554,837 Herman Kirsch (WI): 92
1966 William L. Coleman: 1,085,033 John W. Brown: 1,647,677  
1962 John J. Gallagher: 1,303,047 John W. Brown: 1,629,158  
1958 John W. Donahey: 1,692,249 Paul M. Herbert: 1,401,694  
1956 John Taylor: 1,446,882 Paul M. Herbert: 1,899,219  
1954 George D. Nye: 1,209,853 John William Brown : 1,240,555  
1952 George D. Nye: 1,647,185 John William Brown: 1,688,938  
1950 George D. Nye: 1,355,570 J. Eugene Roberts: 1,325,977  
1948 George D. Nye: 1,474,969 Paul M. Herbert: 1,354,579  
1946 George D. Nye: 972,622 Paul M. Herbert: 1,208,400 Peter M. Kapitz (SL): 10,492
1944 George D. Nye: 1,519,250 M. Herbert Hoover: 1,430,246  
1942 George D. Nye: 647,539 Paul M. Herbert: 1,018,504  
1940 Robert S. Cox: 1,398,012 Paul M. Herbert: 1,631,469  
1922[1] Earl D. Bloom : 766,397 William Chatfield, Jr. : 753,696  
1920[2] Howell Wright : 772,377 Clarence J. Brown : 1,117,550 O.G. VanSchoyck : 43,119
W.O. Blase : 1,465
1916[3] Earl D. Bloom : 571,095 John H. Arnold : 540,766 George Bundy : 37,729
Charles F. Bacon : 6,865
1912[4] Hugh L. Nichols Beecher W. Waltmire L. J. Tabor (Progressive)
1910[5] Atlee Pomerene Francis W. Treadway  
1908[6] David L. Rockwell : 528,698 Francis W. Treadway : 548,442 Julius Zorn (Soc) : 30,763
George H. Creamer (Pro) : 9,913
James A. McKitrick (Ind) : 435
Charles W. Baughman (Peo) : 151
John E. Steiger (Soc Lab) : 839
1905[7] Lewis B. Houck : 427,162 Andrew L. Harris : 456,341 Walter C. Gunthrup (Soc) : 18,103
Willis E. Foltz (Pro) : 13,707
John R. Fraser (Soc Lab) : 1,840
1903[8] Frank B. Niles : 357,573 Warren G. Harding : 474,311 Michael J. Hynes (Soc) 14,054
Joseph M. Scott (Pro) : 13,491
David F. Cronin (Soc Lab) : 2,176
1901[9] Anthony Howells Carl L. Nippert  
1899[10] A. W. Patrick John A. Caldwell  
1897[11] Melville D. Shaw : 400,946 Asa W. Jones : 427,966 John Danner : 7,591
Horace Whitcomb : 5,942
Albert E. Merrill : 1,538
Daniel W. Wallace : 4,235
Jason M. Tilley : Thomas M. Hillman : 3,124
1895[12] John B. Peaslee: 331,521 Asa W. Jones : 425,781  
1893[13] William A. Taylor : 347,593 Andrew L. Harris : 423,873  
1891[14] William V. Marquis : 346,892 Andrew L. Harris : 373,953
1889[15] William V. Marquis: 375,068 Elbert L. Lampson : 375,090
1887[16] De Witt L. Coolman: 328,189 William C. Lyon : 356,932
1885[17] John George Warwick: 341,809 Robert P. Kennedy : 360,720
1883[18] John George Warwick : 356,413 William G. Rose : 350,009
1881[19] Edgar M. Johnson : 288,266 Rees G. Richards : 314,100
1879[20] Americus V. Rice : 319,542 Andrew Hickenlooper : 335,140
1877[21] Jabez W. Fitch : 268,606 Ferdinand Vogeler: 241,437
1875[22] Samuel Fenton Cary : 287,986 Thomas Lowry Young : 297,931
1873[23] Barnabas Burns: 213,593 Alphonso Hart : 214,228
1871[24] Samuel Furman Hunt : 217,982 Jacob Mueller : 236,892
1869[25] Thomas J. Godfrey : 228,269 John C. Lee : 236,297
1867[26] Daniel S Uhl : 240,845 John C. Lee : 243,486
1865[27] William Lang: 193,510 Andrew McBurney : 224,943
1863[28] George E. Pugh : 187,737 Charles Anderson : 285,474
1861[29] John G. Marshall : 151,978 Benjamin Stanton : 206,995
1859[30] William H. Safford: 170,587 Robert C. Kirk : 185,334
1857[31] William H. Lytle: 158,826 Martin Welker : 160,751
1855[32] James Myers: 134,385 Thomas H. Ford : 169,408
1853[33] James Myers : 147,905 Goodsell Buckingham
(Freesoil) : 1,325
Isaac J. Allen
(Whig) : 127,282
1851[34] William Medill : 146,053 Nicholas Spindler
(Freesoil) : 15,839
Ephraim R. Eckley
(Whig) : 119,984

Notes

  1. ^ Brown, Thad H (1923). Vote polled in the several counties of the State of Ohio at the Election held November 7, 1922 and at the Primary Elections held August 8, 1922. p. 15.
  2. ^ Ohio General Assembly (1921). Journal of the House of Representatives of the 84th General Assembly of the State of Ohio. CIX. Columbus: F J Heer Printing. p. 21.
  3. ^ Journal of the House of Representatives of the Eighty Second General Assembly of the State of Ohio. 1917. p. 26.
  4. ^ Powell 1913 : 453-454
  5. ^ Powell 1913 : 423
  6. ^ Ohio Secretary of State. Ohio election statistics:. page 392 of pdf file
  7. ^ Ohio Secretary of State. Ohio election statistics:. page 15 of pdf file
  8. ^ Ohio Secretary of State. Ohio election statistics:. page 1663 of pdf file
  9. ^ Powell 1913 : 379-380
  10. ^ Powell 1913 : 371-372
  11. ^ Taylor, William Alexander; Taylor, Aubrey Clarence (1899). Ohio statesmen and annals of progress: from the year 1788 to the year 1900 ... 2. State of Ohio. p. 121. page 388 of pdf file
  12. ^ Smith 1898 : 665
  13. ^ Smith 1898 : 644
  14. ^ Smith 1898 : 604
  15. ^ Smith 1898 : 579
  16. ^ Smith 1898 : 541
  17. ^ Smith 1898 : 511
  18. ^ Smith 1898 : 473
  19. ^ Smith 1898 : 449
  20. ^ Smith 1898 : 406
  21. ^ Smith 1898 : 379
  22. ^ Smith 1898 : 342
  23. ^ Smith 1898 : 319
  24. ^ Smith 1898 : 286
  25. ^ Smith 1898 : 268
  26. ^ Smith 1898 : 238
  27. ^ Smith 1898 : 209
  28. ^ Smith 1898 : 161
  29. ^ Smith 1898 : 140
  30. ^ Smith 1898 : 95
  31. ^ Smith 1898 : 74
  32. ^ Smith 1898 : 40
  33. ^ Bell 1876 : 120-121
  34. ^ Bell 1876 : 114-115

References

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