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Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
Office of Secretary of State - Elections Division
2002 Rhode Island Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 9/10/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 51% in '98, Lincoln C. Almond (R) barred from third term,
ex-Mayor / '94 / '98 nominee Myrth York (D) 39.25%, Att. Gen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D) 38.46%, St. Rep. Antonio J. "Tony" Pires (D) 22.28%, retired businessman Donald L. "Don" Carcieri (R) 66.9%, businessman James S. "Jim" Bennett (R) 33.1%, '98 Lt. Gov. nominee Jeffrey C. Johnson (G/WI), businesswomen Tonya Fuller-Balletta (WI),
Lt. Governor,
Charles J. Fogarty (D), John A. Pagliarini, Jr. (R), Gregg R. Stevens (G), ex-St. Sen / '94 & '98 Gov. nominee Robert J. Healey, Jr. (Cool Moose),
Attorney General, Sheldon Whitehouse (D) running for Governor,
ex-state prosecutor Patrick C. Lynch (D), No Republican attorney / ex-Democratic / GOP endorsed J. William W. Harsch (I),
Secretary of State, James R. Langevin (D) elected to the U.S. House,
attorney Matthew A. "Matt" Brown (D) 58.3%, Edward S. Inman, III (D) 41.7%, Warren Town Councilman / teacher Christopher W. "Chris" Stanley (R),
General Treasurer,
Paul J. Tavares (D), financial executive Andrew M. Lyon, III (R), Edward L. Kern, Jr. (G),
Senator 63.1% in '96 1st term,
Jack F. Reed (D), ex-casino employee / '00 Congressional nominee Robert G. Tingle (R),
1st Congressional District, 66.7% in '00, 4th term
Patrick J. Kennedy (D), ex-Navy SEAL David W. "Dave" Rogers (R) 40.7%, consultant Michael J. Battles (R) 32.9%, RI Human Services Director Christine C. Ferguson (R) 26.4%, writer Frank A. Carter, III (I),
2nd Congressional District, 62.3% in '00, 1st term
James R. Langevin (D), carpenter / 1998 nominee John O. Matson (R) 61.3%, ex-St. Rep. Rod Driver (R) 38.7%, Dorman J. Hayes, Jr. (I),

1. Key to Rhode Island Political Parties:
(Cool) = Cool Moose Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(R) = Republican Party


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