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Vermont Secretary of State - Elections Division

2000 Vermont Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
Al Gore 55%
Bill Bradley 44.4%
Lyndon LaRouche 0.6%

2000 Vermont Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
John McCain 60.6%
George W. Bush 35.6%
Alan Keyes 2.7%
Steve Forbes 0.7%
Gary Bauer 0.4%

2000 Vermont Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
September 12, 2000
Howard Dean (D) 87.8%, ex-High Bailiff Brian Pearl (D) 12.2%, ex-St. Rep. / '98 nominee Ruth Dwyer (R) 58.0%, attorney William Meub (R) 42.0%, Bob Melamede (GR), attorney Anthony Pollina (Pr), businessman Phil Stannard (I), John A. Davison, Ph.D. (I),
Lt. Governor
Doug Racine (D), ex-school board chair Brian Dubie (R) Tom Beer (GR),
Attorney General
William H. Sorrell (D), No Republican
Secretary of State
Deborah L. Markowitz (D), ex-village trustee Larry Drown (R)
No Democrat James H. Douglas (R),
St. Sen. Elizabeth Mary Ready (D) town manager John Hall (R)
Auditor Edward S. Flanagan (D) 51.2%, St. Sen. / '94 nominee Jan Backus (D) 48.8%, Jim Jeffords (R) 79.0%, attorney Rick Hubbard (R) 21.0%, attorney Rick Hubbard (I), programmer Steve Moyer (I),
At Large Congressional District
'92 / '96 / '98 Liberty Union Party nominee Pete Diamondstone (D) attorney / civil engineer Karen Ann Kerin (R) ne´e Charles Kerin, ex-Deputy St. Transportation Sec. Lloyd Robinson (R, WI), Bernie Sanders (Pr),
professor Dan Krymkowski (L),

Key to Party Identification.
(D) =
Democratic Party
(G) = Green Coalition
(GR) = Grassroots Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(LU) = Liberty Union Party
(Pr) = Progressive Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates

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