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2000 Rhode Island Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
Al Gore 57.1%
Bill Bradley 40.9%
uncommitted 1.6%
Lyndon LaRouche 0.4%

2000 Rhode Island Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
John McCain 60.7%
George W. Bush 36.3%
Alan Keyes 2.6%
Steve Forbes 0.2%
Gary Bauer 0.1%
Orrin Hatch 0.1%

2000 Rhode Island Congressional Primary Results
September 12, 2000
U.S. Rep. Robert A. "Bob" Weygand (D) 57.5%, '88 nominee / ex-Lt. Gov. Richard Licht (D) 42.5%, ex-Warwick Mayor / Senator's son Lincoln D. "Linc" Chafee (R) media consultant Christopher Young (Rfm), Kenneth P. Proulx (I),
1st Congressional District
Patrick J. Kennedy (D) boiler operator Steve Cabral (R)
2nd Congressional District
Sec. of St. James R. Langevin (D) 47.2%, Cranston City Council President Kevin J. McAllister (D) 11.6%, Nat'l Assoc. of Social Workers Dir. Kate Coyne-McCoy (D) 29.3%, attorney Angel Taveras (D) 11.9%, casino employee Robert G. Tingle (R), Dorman J. Hayes, Jr. (G), ex-GOP St. Rep. / math professor Rodney D. "Rod" Driver (I),

3. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates

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