Electoral history of Mitt Romney

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Mitt Romney

This the electoral history of Mitt Romney, the 70th Governor of Massachusetts (2003–2007) and a candidate for: the United States Senate in 1994 and President of the United States in 2008 and 2012. In 2018, Romney declared that he was a candidate for the United States Senate in the state of Utah.[1]

1994 Senate[edit]

Republican primary for the United States Senate from Massachusetts, 1994:

  • Mitt Romney – 188,280 (82.04%)
  • John Lakian – 40,898 (17.82%)
  • Others (write-in) – 318 (0.14%)

United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1994:

2002 Governor[edit]

Republican primary for the Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 2002:[2]

  • Mitt Romney – unopposed

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 2002:

2008 Presidential[edit]

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2008 Republican presidential primaries (total popular vote):

2008 Republican National Convention (presidential ballot delegate tally):

2012 Presidential[edit]

2012 Republican presidential primaries (total popular vote):

2012 Republican National Convention (presidential ballot delegate tally):

  • Mitt Romney – 2,061 (90.16%)
  • Ron Paul – 190 (8.31%)
  • Others – 35 (1.53%)

2012 United States presidential election:

  • Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) - 65,899,557 (51.06%) and 332 electoral votes (26 states and D.C. carried)
  • Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) - 60,931,959 (47.21%) and 206 electoral votes (24 states carried)

2018 Senate[edit]

Republican primary for the United States Senate from Utah, 2018:

  • Mitt Romney – 240,027 (71.27%)
  • Mike Kennedy – 96,776 (28.73%)

United States Senate election in Utah, 2018

  • Mitt Romney (R) (elected)
  • Jenny Wilson (D)
  • Tim Aalders (Libertarian)
  • Craig Bowden (Constitution)
  • Reed McCandless (Independent American)

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