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Delaware Department of Elections
2000 Delaware Democratic Presidential Preference (Non-binding) Primary Results
February 5, 2000
Al Gore 57.23%
Bill Bradley 40.25%
Lyndon LaRouche 2.52%

2000 Delaware Republican Presidential Primary Results
February 8, 2000
George W. Bush 50.7%
John McCain 25.3%
Steve Forbes 19.7%
Alan Keyes 3.8%
others 0.5%

2000 Delaware Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
September 9, 2000
Governor, 70% in '96, Tom Carper (D) barred from 3rd term, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 63% Democratic, Rothenberg Report: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's Odds: 8:7 Democrats, Congressional Quarterly's ranking: Leans Democratic, Cook Political Report's overview: Toss Up,
Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner (D) attorney / ex-St. Rep. / '84 U.S. Senate nominee / Chamber of Commerce President John Burris (R) 50.1%, ex-Superior Court Judge William Swain Lee (R) 49.9%, Arnold Stanton (G)
Lt. Governor, Ruth Ann Minner (D) running for Governor, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 63% Democratic,
St. Finance Secretary John C. Carney, Jr. (D) businessman Dennis Rochford (R)
Insurance Commissioner, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 90% Republican,
ex-Deputy St. Ins. Comm'r. Karen Weldin Stewart (D) Donna Lee Williams (R),
Senate, 55.8% in '94, 5th term, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic, Roll Call's Outlook: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's Odds: 19:18 Democrats, Congressional Quarterly's rank: No Clear Favorite, Stuart Rothenberg's rating: Vulnerable Republican, Cook Political Report's overview: Toss Up, Hotline Scoop's Senate ranking: 4th Most Likely to Turn Over, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee's target,
Gov. Thomas R. "Tom" Carper (D) William V. Roth, Jr. (R) Mark Dankoff (C)
At-Large Congressional District, 66.4% in '98, 4th term
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 90% Republican, Roll Call's Outlook: Safe Republican, Campaign & Election's Odds: 6:1 Republican, Congressional Quarterly's ranking: Safe Republican,,
accountant Michael C. "Mike" Miller (D) Michael N. "Mike" Castle (R) Brad Thomas (L)

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(C) =
Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party


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