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Utah Lt. Gov. Office - Elections Division
2000 Utah Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 10, 2000
Al Gore 80.9%
Bill Bradley 19.1%
2000 Utah Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 10, 2000
George W. Bush 63.0%
Alan Keyes 20.5%
John McCain 15.0%
Steve Forbes 1.0%
Gary Bauer 0.5%

2000 Utah Independent American Presidential Primary Results
March 10, 2000
Howard Phillips 59.3%
Earl Dodge 40.7%
2000 Utah Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
June 27, 2000
ex-U.S. Rep. William H. "Bill" Orton (D) Michael O. "Mike" Leavitt (R) 61.79, businessman Glen P. Davis (R) 38.21%, Doug Jones (L), Jeremy Friedbaum (I/A), Dub Richards (Rfm, C, NL),
Lt. Governor
St. Sen. Karen Hale (D) Olene Walker (R) 61.79%, real estate attorney Gregory Hawkins (R) 38.21%, Barry Briggs (L),
Attorney General
deputy attorney general Reed M. Richards (D) Salt Lake Co. Comm'r Mark Shurtleff (R) 62.86%, ex-assistant Attorney General / religious rights activist Frank Mylar (R) 37.14%, attorney / '96 nominee W. Andrew McCullough (L),
airport execuitve / ex-Salt Lake City Treasurer Verl F. "Buzz" Hunt (D) Edward T. "Ed" Alter (R) Hugh A. Butler (L), Elliot J. Hulet (NL),
Christine B. Arthur (D) Austin G. Johnson III (R) James K. Elwell (L)
St. Sen. Scott N. Howell (D) Orrin G. Hatch (R) state party chair Jim Dexter (L), Carlton Edward Bowen (I/A), Todd Gunter (I)??,
1st Congressional District
attorney Kathleen McConkie Collinwood (D) James V. Hansen (R) Matthew D. Frandsen (NL), Dave Starr Seely (L), religious right activist Hartley D. Anderson (I/A), Reva E. Wadsworth (I/A),
2nd Congressional District
energy consultant Jim Matheson (D) Merrill Cook (R) 41.33%, high tech entrepreneur Derek W. Smith (R) 58.67%, Peter Pixton (L), Bruce Bangerter (I/A), Steven Alberts Voris (I),
3rd Congressional District
ex-White House aide Donald Dunn (D) Christopher B. Cannon (R) attorney / '88 gubernatorial nominee / '98 congressional nominee Kitty K. Burton (L), Michael J. Lehman (I/A), '96 1st Congressional District nominee Randall R. Tolpinrud (NL),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control. Targeted means that the organization has produced a list of the incumbents they want defeated. Rematch means that at least two of the candidates have met once before.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(I/A) = Independent American Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(Pro) = Prohibition Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party

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