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New Mexico Secretary of State - Bureau of Elections
2000 New Mexico Democratic Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Al Gore 74.8%
Bill Bradley 20.5%
Lyndon LaRouche 2.4%
uncommitted 2.3%
2000 New Mexico Republican Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
George W. Bush 82.6%
John McCain 10.1%
Alan Keyes 6.5%
uncommitted 0.8%

2000 New Mexico Green Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Ralph Nader 86.9%
Eric Boucher 7.4%
Stephen Gaskin 3.6%
uncommitted 2.1%

2000 New Mexico Congressional Primary Results
June 7, 2000
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Senator
Jeff Bingaman (D) ex-U.S. Rep. William F. "Bill" Redmond (R) 60.4%, '90 Attorney General nominee / St. Sen. William F. "Bill" Davis (R) 18.0%, St. Rep. Steven Pearce (R) 21.6%, ex-Democratic St. Sen. Tom Benavides (Rfm)
1st Congressional District
U.S. Attorney John J. Kelly (D) 43.3%,attorney / '96 nominee John Wertheim (D) 23.7%, Albuguerque City Councilor Sam Bregman (D) 33.0%, Heather A. Wilson (R) Dr. Daniel Kerlinsky (G, WI)
2nd Congressional District
St. Treas. Michael A. Montoya (D) 51.6%, ex-Lt. Gov. / '86 nominee Michael L. "Mike" Runnels (D) 48.4%, Joe Skeen (R) Carlos Provencio (G, WI)
3rd Congressional District
Tom Udall (D) 82.6%, attorney Francesca Lobato (D) 17.4%, St. Rep. Lisa L. Lutz (R)

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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