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1988 South Carolina Presidential and Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
Governor Michael Dukakis (D) Vice President George H. W. Bush (R) ex-U.S. Rep. Ronad E. "Ron" Paul (L), Lenora B. Fulani (Cit),
1st Congressional District
Wheeler Tillman (D) Arthur Ravenel Jr. (R) write in
2nd Congressional District
Jim Leventis (D) Floyd Davidson Spence (R) Gebhard Sommer (L),
3rd Congressional District
Butler Derrick Jr. (D) Henry Jordan (R) John B. Heaton (L)
4th Congressional District
Elizabeth J. "Liz" Patterson (D) Know White (R)
5th Congressional District
John M. Spratt, Jr. (D) Robert K. "Bob" Carley (R)
6th Congressional District
Robin Tallon (D) Bob Cunningham (R)

1. Key to Party Identification.
(Cit) = United Citizens Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(Cit) = United Citizens Party

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