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458. Vote Cast for United States Representatives, by Major Political Party -- States

[In thousands, except percent. In each State, totals represent the sum of votes cast in each Congressional District or votes cast for Representative at Large in States where only one member is elected. In all years there are numerous districts within the State where either the Republican or Democratic party had no candidate. In some States the Republican and Democratic vote includes votes cast for the party candidate by endorsing parties]

                       
1990 1996 1998
FIPS
STATE Percent Percent
State CODE for for
Re- Re- lead- Re- lead-
Demo- pub- Demo- pub- ing Demo- pub- ing
Total 1 cratic lican Total 1 cratic lican party Total 1 cratic lican party
                   
    United States 2 00000 61,513 32,565 27,648 89,863 43,626 43,902 R-48.9 65,897 31,482 32,255 R-48.9
Alabama 01000 1,017 690 315 1,469 656 786 R-53.5 1,215 545 666 R-54.8
Alaska 02000 192 92 99 234 85 139 R-59.4 223 77 140 R-62.6
Arizona 04000 966 345 621 1,356 521 801 R-59.0 1,004 407 574 R-57.1
Arkansas 3 05000 665 369 296 863 396 456 R-52.8 525 169 320 R-60.9
California 06000 7,287 3,568 3,347 9,482 4,707 4,292 D-49.6 7,990 4,040 3,510 D-50.6
Colorado 08000 1,001 504 487 1,461 597 833 R-57.0 1,274 533 716 R-56.2
Connecticut 09000 1,037 489 546 1,294 724 547 D-55.9 954 496 442 D-51.9
Delaware 10000 177 116 58 267 73 186 R-69.5 181 57 120 R-66.4
District of Columbia 11000 160 98 42 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Florida 3 4 12000 2,378 1,213 1,163 4,692 2,037 2,640 R-56.3 1,213 581 558 D-47.9
Georgia 13000 1,394 855 539 2,163 1,011 1,152 R-53.3 1,632 592 1,040 R-63.7
Hawaii 15000 341 216 118 353 196 136 D-55.5 397 261 119 D-65.7
Idaho 16000 315 183 131 494 194 290 R-58.7 379 169 205 R-54.0
Illinois 17000 3,077 1,646 1,349 4,128 2,267 1,813 D-54.9 3,215 1,566 1,625 R-50.5
Indiana 18000 1,514 831 683 2,105 944 1,119 R-53.1 1,576 673 862 R-54.7
Iowa 19000 792 401 385 1,201 533 650 R-54.1 901 338 552 R-61.3
Kansas 20000 781 394 387 1,049 425 591 R-56.4 727 272 450 R-61.9
Kentucky 21000 764 353 397 1,238 507 731 R-59.0 1,099 456 637 R-58.0
Louisiana 22000 106 106 0 660 262 398 R-60.3 310 213 97 D-68.7
Maine 23000 517 284 233 600 379 211 D-63.2 415 281 125 D-67.7
Maryland 24000 1,091 566 517 1,639 877 762 D-53.5 1,482 792 690 D-53.5
Massachusetts 25000 2,051 1,420 567 2,409 1,585 781 D-65.8 1,742 1,306 413 D-75.0
Michigan 26000 2,434 1,321 1,089 3,700 1,945 1,679 D-52.6 2,985 1,469 1,438 D-49.2
Minnesota 27000 1,781 1,042 736 2,141 1,180 895 D-55.1 2,040 1,090 863 D-53.5
Mississippi 28000 369 299 69 904 397 488 R-54.0 551 263 232 D-47.7
Missouri 29000 1,353 728 625 2,116 1,116 833 D-52.8 1,572 788 748 D-50.1
Montana 30000 317 157 160 404 175 212 R-52.4 332 147 176 R-53.0
Nebraska 31000 587 277 309 662 204 450 R-68.0 526 105 393 R-74.7
Nevada 32000 313 144 151 450 173 249 R-55.3 410 79 275 R-67.1
New Hampshire 33000 291 141 149 491 221 247 R-50.3 318 124 190 R-59.8
New Jersey 34000 1,827 837 911 2,823 1,352 1,399 R-49.6 1,815 902 858 D-49.7
New Mexico 35000 359 146 214 548 271 261 D-49.4 498 228 246 R-49.5
New York 36000 3,662 1,830 1,662 5,551 3,041 2,358 D-54.8 4,267 2,278 1,858 D-53.4
North Carolina 37000 2,011 1,076 935 2,514 1,136 1,340 R-53.3 1,904 827 1,014 R-53.3
North Dakota 38000 234 153 81 263 145 114 D-55.1 213 120 88 D-56.2
Ohio 39000 3,418 1,807 1,590 4,388 2,031 2,192 R-49.9 3,375 1,594 1,752 R-51.9
Oklahoma 40000 857 519 338 1,180 430 723 R-61.3 859 314 538 R-62.7
Oregon 41000 1,053 667 342 1,335 724 558 D-54.3 1,090 631 402 D-57.9
Pennsylvania 42000 2,851 1,293 1,552 4,316 2,223 2,038 D-51.5 2,896 1,381 1,472 R-50.8
Rhode Island 44000 347 182 165 360 241 108 D-66.9 293 204 77 D-69.5
South Carolina 45000 670 383 275 1,057 345 683 R-64.6 974 370 580 R-59.6
South Dakota 46000 257 174 83 323 120 186 R-57.7 259 64 194 R-75.1
Tennessee 47000 717 369 289 1,784 856 889 R-49.8 914 412 470 R-51.4
Texas 48000 3,278 1,763 1,498 5,219 2,323 2,785 R-53.4 3,462 1,531 1,787 R-51.6
Utah 49000 442 234 191 664 264 386 R-58.2 471 127 304 R-64.6
Vermont 50000 210 6 83 255 24 83 I-58.1 215 (X) 71 R-32.9
Virginia 51000 1,153 663 411 2,199 1,027 1,117 R-50.8 1,149 514 542 R-47.2
Washington 53000 1,313 696 596 2,174 1,130 1,021 D-52.0 1,858 980 819 D-52.8
West Virginia 54000 375 251 123 522 458 64 D-87.8 351 283 29 D-80.6
Wisconsin 55000 1,256 597 652 2,150 1,012 1,121 R-52.1 1,673 762 880 R-52.6
Wyoming 56000 158 71 87 210 86 116 R-55.2 174 67 101 R-57.8




NA Not available. X Not applicable.
1 Includes vote cast for minor parties. Total for 1996 includes results from 431 districts, including 14 where members were elected without major party opposition (7 won by the Republicans and 7 by the Democrats). In four districts (three in Louisiana and 1 in Florida) candidates ran unopposed and no vote was recorded.
2 Includes vote cast for nonvoting Delegate at Large in District of Columbia, except for 1994 and 1996.
3 State law does not require tabulation of votes for unopposed candidates.
4 In 1990 Districts 8, 10, 12, 13, and 16 were unopposed; in 1994 Districts 4, 10, 13, 14, 18, and 23 were unopposed; in 1996 District 4 was unopposed.
5 Leading party candidate was Independent. Source: Congressional Quarterly, Inc., Washington, DC, America Votes, biennial (copyright). http://www.cq.com/



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