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2008 Contests Where No Candidate
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Senate Popular Vote and FEC Total Receipts by Party
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Contests Where No Candidate Received a Majority


   

The popular vote tallies are UNOFFICIAL and have been acquired from various media sources.
 
The FEC tallies are compiled from each candidates' reported "Total Receipts".

 

Contests

Candidate
(I) = incumbent
* = winner
PartyVoteFEC
Total Receipts
Missouri House CD 09
Winner's margin: 2.507%, 8,075 votes
*Blaine LuetkemeyerRepublican161,03149.99%$2,784,442
Judith W. "Judy" BakerDemocratic152,95647.49%$1,702,214
Tamara A. MillayLibertarian8,1082.52% 
Totals322,095100.00%$4,486,656
Indiana President
Winner's margin: 1.032%, 28,391 votes
*Barack Hussein ObamaDemocratic1,374,03949.95%$778,642,047
John Sidney McCain, IIIRepublican1,345,64848.91%$399,826,076
Bob BarrLibertarian29,2571.06%$1,405,899
Charles Obadiah "Chuck" BaldwinWrite-in1,0240.04%$262,010
Ralph NaderWrite-in9090.03%$4,520,160
Cynthia A. McKinneyWrite-in870.00%$240,360
Darrell Lane CastleWrite-in510.00% 
Brian Patrick MooreWrite-in140.00%$9,516
Michael L. FaithWrite-in120.00% 
Kevin MottusWrite-in90.00% 
Lawson Mitchell BoneWrite-in20.00% 
John Leroy PlemonsWrite-in10.00% 
Lou KujawskiWrite-in10.00% 
Totals2,751,054100.00%$1,184,906,068
Missouri Lieutenant Governor
Winner's margin: 2.578%, 72,529 votes
*Peter Kinder (I)Republican1,403,70649.88% 
Sam PageDemocratic1,331,17747.31% 
Teddy FleckLibertarian49,8621.77% 
James C. "Jim" RensingConstitution29,1531.04% 
Totals2,813,898100.00% 
New York House CD 01
Winner's margin: 14.290%, 46,538 votes
*Timothy H. "Tim" Bishop (I)Democratic; Independence; Working Families162,08349.77%$1,391,804
Lee M. ZeldinRepublican; Conservative115,54535.48%$871,275
BlankScattering48,00614.74% 
VoidScattering230.01% 
ScatteringScattering130.00% 
Totals325,670100.00%$2,263,079
North Carolina President
Winner's margin: 0.329%, 14,177 votes
*Barack Hussein ObamaDemocratic2,142,65149.70%$778,642,047
John Sidney McCain, IIIRepublican2,128,47449.38%$399,826,076
Bob BarrLibertarian25,7220.60%$1,405,899
WRITE-IN Misc.Scattering12,2980.29% 
Ralph NaderWrite-in1,4480.03%$4,520,160
Cynthia A. McKinneyWrite-in1580.00%$240,360
Brian Patrick MooreWrite-in380.00%$9,516
Totals4,310,789100.00%$1,184,644,058
Louisiana House CD 02
Winner's margin: 2.712%, 1,814 votes
*Anh "Joseph" CaoRepublican33,13249.54%$242,529
William Jennings "Bill" Jefferson (I)Democratic31,31846.83%$350,862
Malik RahimGreen1,8832.82%$10,985
Gregory W. "Rhumbline" KahnLibertarian5490.82% 
Totals66,882100.00%$604,376
Montana President
Winner's margin: 2.263%, 11,096 votes
*John Sidney McCain, IIIRepublican242,76349.51%$399,826,076
Barack Hussein ObamaDemocratic231,66747.25%$778,642,047
Ronald Ernest "Ron" PaulConstitution10,6382.17%$35,121,852
Ralph NaderIndependent3,6860.75%$4,520,160
Bob BarrLibertarian1,3550.28%$1,405,899
Charles Obadiah "Chuck" BaldwinWrite-in1430.03%$262,010
Cynthia A. McKinneyWrite-in230.00%$240,360
RaeDeen HeupelWrite-in120.00% 
Rosa A. ClementeWrite-in100.00% 
Santa ClausWrite-in30.00% 
Jonathan Edward AllenWrite-in10.00%$95,029
Amy Lou WyattWrite-in10.00% 
Totals490,302100.00%$1,220,113,433
California House CD 03
Winner's margin: 5.557%, 17,453 votes
*Daniel E. "Dan" Lungren (I)Republican155,42449.49%$904,196
William E. "Bill" DurstonDemocratic137,97143.93%$729,272
Dina J. PadillaPeace And Freedom13,3784.26% 
Douglas Arthur "Art " TumaLibertarian7,2732.32% 
Totals314,046100.00%$1,633,468
Missouri President
Winner's margin: 0.133%, 3,903 votes
*John Sidney McCain, IIIRepublican1,445,81449.43%$399,826,076
Barack Hussein ObamaDemocratic1,441,91149.29%$778,642,047
Ralph NaderIndependent17,8130.61%$4,520,160
Bob BarrLibertarian11,3860.39%$1,405,899
Charles Obadiah "Chuck" BaldwinConstitution8,2010.28%$262,010
Cynthia A. McKinneyWrite-in800.00%$240,360
Totals2,925,205100.00%$1,184,896,552
Louisiana Special House CD 06
Winner's margin: 2.939%, 2,956 votes
*Donald J. "Don" Cazayoux, Jr.Democratic49,70249.42%$2,740,163
Louis E. "Woody" JenkinsRepublican46,74646.48%$962,489
Ashley Heyer CaseyNo Party Affiliation3,7183.70%$39,044
Randall T. HayesOther-party nominee4020.40% 
Totals100,568100.00%$3,741,696
Montana Secretary of State
Winner's margin: 1.120%, 5,305 votes
*Linda H. McCullochDemocratic233,71749.32% 
Brad Johnson (I)Republican228,41248.20% 
Sieglinde SharbonoConstitution11,7222.47% 
Totals473,851100.00% 
Maryland House CD 01
Winner's margin: 0.791%, 2,852 votes
*Frank Michael Kratovil, Jr.Democratic177,06549.12%$2,011,387
Andrew P. "Andy" HarrisRepublican174,21348.33%$3,088,490
Richard James DavisLibertarian8,8732.46% 
Other Write-InsScattering3290.09% 
Totals360,480100.00%$5,099,877
Oregon Senate Class 2
Winner's margin: 3.351%, 59,233 votes
*Jeffrey Alan "Jeff" MerkleyDemocratic; Independent Party of Oregon864,39248.90%$6,512,231
Gordon Harold Smith (I)Republican805,15945.55%$9,254,837
David "Dave" BrownlowConstitution92,5655.24% 
Write-in VotesWrite-in5,3880.30% 
Totals1,767,504100.00%$15,767,068
New York House CD 25
Winner's margin: 11.533%, 37,158 votes
*Daniel B. "Dan" MaffeiDemocratic; Working Families157,37548.85%$2,366,299
Dale A. SweetlandRepublican; Conservative120,21737.31%$406,316
BlankScattering35,08110.89% 
Howie HawkinsIndependent Green Populist9,4832.94%$8,485
ScatteringScattering240.01% 
Totals322,180100.00%$2,781,100
Michigan House CD 07
Winner's margin: 2.306%, 7,432 votes
*Mark Hamilton SchauerDemocratic157,21348.78%$2,344,492
Timothy L. "Tim" Walberg (I)Republican149,78146.47%$2,112,214
Lynn MeadowsGreen9,5282.96% 
Ken ProctorLibertarian5,6751.76% 
Sharon Marie RenierWrite-in890.03%$13,382
Totals322,286100.00%$4,470,088
Minnesota House CD 03
Winner's margin: 7.625%, 28,145 votes
*Erik PaulsenRepublican178,93248.48%$2,781,437
Jigar Ashwin "Ashwin" MadiaDemocratic-Farmer Labor150,78740.85%$2,734,890
David G. DillonIndependence38,97010.56%$161,185
Write-inWrite-in4060.11% 
Harley Swarm, Jr.Write-in90.00% 
Totals369,104100.00%$5,677,512
Louisiana House CD 06
Winner's margin: 7.825%, 24,446 votes
*William "Bill" CassidyRepublican150,33248.12%$1,295,442
Donald J. "Don" Cazayoux, Jr. (I)Democratic125,88640.29%$2,740,163
Michael L. JacksonNo Party Affiliation36,19811.59%$217,325
Totals312,416100.00%$4,252,930
Louisiana House CD 04
Winner's margin: 0.378%, 350 votes
*John Calvin Fleming, Jr.Republican44,50148.07%$1,833,027
Paul J. CarmoucheDemocratic44,15147.69%$1,849,102
Chester T. "Catfish" KelleyNo Party Affiliation3,2453.51%$31,473
Gerard J. Bowen, Jr.Other-party nominee6750.73% 
Totals92,572100.00%$3,713,602
Alaska Senate Class 2
Winner's margin: 1.244%, 3,953 votes
*Mark BegichDemocratic151,76747.77%$4,576,970
Theodore F. "Ted" Stevens (I)Republican147,81446.52%$3,858,991
Robert Mario "Bob" BirdAlaskan Independence13,1974.15%$33,788
Fredrick David "David" HaaseLibertarian2,4830.78% 
Ted GianoutsosNominated By Petition1,3850.44% 
Write-inWrite-in1,0770.34% 
Totals317,723100.00%$8,469,749
Nevada House CD 03
Winner's margin: 5.138%, 17,972 votes
*Dina TitusDemocratic165,91247.43%$1,856,736
Jon C. Porter, Sr. (I)Republican147,94042.29%$3,100,864
Jeffrey C. ReevesIndependent14,9224.27% 
Joseph P. SilvestriLibertarian10,1642.91% 
Floyd FitzgibbonsIndependent American6,9371.98% 
Bob GiaquintaGreen3,9371.13% 
Totals349,812100.00%$4,957,600
Minnesota House CD 06
Winner's margin: 2.973%, 12,031 votes
*Michele M. Bachmann (I)Republican187,81746.41%$3,494,045
Elwyn Glenn "El" TinklenbergDemocratic-Farmer Labor175,78643.43%$2,968,319
Bob AndersonIndependence40,64310.04% 
Write-inWrite-in4590.11% 
Abraham P. "Aubrey" ImmelmanWrite-in200.00%$3,317
Totals404,725100.00%$6,465,681
New York House CD 24
Winner's margin: 3.516%, 9,919 votes
*Michael Angelo "Mike" Arcuri (I)Democratic; Working Families130,79946.36%$1,612,038
Richard L. HannaRepublican; Conservative; Independence120,88042.85%$1,092,861
BlankScattering30,30210.74% 
VoidScattering1200.04% 
ScatteringScattering130.00% 
Totals282,114100.00%$2,704,899
New York House CD 26
Winner's margin: 12.062%, 38,992 votes
*Christopher J. "Chris" LeeRepublican; Conservative; Independence148,60745.97%$2,247,742
Alice J. KryzanDemocratic109,61533.91%$1,235,756
BlankScattering52,88116.36% 
Jonathan "Jon" PowersWorking Families12,1043.74%$1,207,579
VoidScattering350.01% 
ScatteringScattering90.00% 
Totals323,251100.00%$4,691,077
Ohio House CD 15
Winner's margin: 0.761%, 2,311 votes
*Mary Jo KilroyDemocratic139,58245.94%$2,592,756
Steve StiversRepublican137,27145.18%$2,411,704
Mark Michael NobleLibertarian14,0614.63% 
Don Elijah EckhartUnaffiliated12,9154.25%$34,172
Travis CasperWrite-in60.00% 
Totals303,835100.00%$5,038,632
New York House CD 29
Winner's margin: 1.734%, 5,330 votes
*Eric J. J. MassaDemocratic; Working Families140,52945.73%$2,161,657
John R. "Randy" Kuhl, Jr. (I)Republican; Conservative; Independence135,19944.00%$1,501,071
BlankScattering31,38310.21% 
VoidScattering1600.05% 
ScatteringScattering270.01% 
Totals307,298100.00%$3,662,728
Ohio House CD 02
Winner's margin: 7.373%, 24,424 votes
*Jeannette H. "Jean" Schmidt (I)Republican148,50044.83%$1,289,300
Victoria Wells WulsinDemocratic124,07637.46%$1,929,589
David Harry KrikorianIndependent58,65017.71%$203,437
James J. "Jim" Condit, Jr.Write-in300.01% 
Totals331,256100.00%$3,422,326
Minnesota Senate Class 2
Winner's margin: 0.011%, 312 votes
*Al FrankenDemocratic-Farmer Labor1,212,62941.99%$22,502,124
Norm Coleman (I)Republican1,212,31741.98%$19,298,843
Dean Malcolm BarkleyIndependence437,50515.15%$163,358
Charles AldrichLibertarian13,9230.48% 
James NiemacklConstitution8,9070.31% 
Write-inWrite-in2,3400.08% 
OtherScattering420.00% 
Michael CavlanWrite-in130.00% 
Anthony Keith PriceWrite-in120.00% 
Totals2,887,688100.00%$41,964,325
Northern Marianas Delegate to the House of Representatives
Winner's margin: 3.513%, 357 votes
*Gregorio Kilili Camacho "Kilili" SablanIndependent2,47424.35%$22,931
Pedro Agulto "Pete" TenorioRepublican2,11720.83%$54,565
John Oliver Delos Reyes (DLR) GonzalesIndependent1,85518.26%$21,165
Juan Tudela LizamaIndependent1,81917.90%$75,302
Luis Palacios Crisostimo, Jr.Independent9469.31% 
David Mendiola CingDemocratic3073.02%$10,756
Felipe Quitugua AtaligIndependent2492.45% 
Chong Man WonIndependent2302.26% 
John Henry Davis, Jr.Independent1641.61% 
Totals10,161100.00%$184,719
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