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1988 Presidential Results
58.76% in 1984

Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Vice Presidential
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Republican Party

On the Ballot in 50 states + DC

Democratic Party

On the Ballot in 50 states + DC

Libertarian Party

On the Ballot in 46 states + DC
Vice President George H. W. Bush
U.S. Sen. J. Danforth Quayle
(R, IR, Cns)
48,881,278 votes for 53.38%
Governor Michael Dukakis
U.S. Sen. Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr.
(D, DFL, Lib)
41,805,374 votes for 45.65%
ex-U.S. Rep. Ronald E. "Ron" Paul
businessman Andre Marrou
(L, I)
432,297 votes for 0.47%
United Citizens Party
New Alliance Party

Solidarity Party
United Citizens Party

On the Ballot in 50 states + DC

Populist Party

On the Ballot in 11 states

Progressive Party

Consumer Party
Liberty Union Party

On the Ballot in MN, NJ, PA, VT
Lenora B. Fulani
Joyce Dattner
Mamie Moore, Barbara Taylor
(NewA, Solidarity, Cit, I)
217,219 votes for 0.23%
La. St. Rep. David E. Duke
Floyd Parker, Trenton Stokes
(Pop, I)
47,047 votes for 0.04%
'76 candidate / ex-U.S. Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy
Florence Rice, Susan Gardner

(Pr, Con, LU)
30,905 votes for 0.03%

American-Independent Party

On the Ballot in California

National Economic Reconstruction

On the Ballot in 9 states

Right to Life Party

On the Ballot in New York
Warren "James" Griffen
Charles Morsa, James S. Burnett
27,818 votes for 0.03%
'84 candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche
Debra Freeman, Billy Davis
(NER, I)
25,562 votes for 0.02%
William A. Marra
Joan Andrews
20,504 votes for 0.02%

Workers League

On the Ballot in 7 states

Socialist Workers Party

On the Ballot in 10 states + DC

Peace & Freedom Party

On the Ballot in NJ, RI, and VT
'84 nominee Edward Winn
Barry Porster, Helen Betty Halyard
18,693 votes for 0.02%
James Mac Warren
Kathleen Mickells
15,604 votes for 0.01%
Herbert Lewin
Vikki Murdock, F. Booth Dollahyde
10,370 votes for 0.01%

Prohibition Party

On the Ballot in AR, CO, NM and 1 other

Workers World

On the Ballot in NJ, NM, NY and WA

Socialist Party

On the Ballot in DC, IA, NJ, RI and UT
'84 nominee Earl F. Dodge
George Ormsby, Warren C. Martin
8,004 votes for 0.01%
'84 nominee Larry Holmes
'84 nominee Gloria E. LaRiva
7,846 votes for 0.01%
journalist Willia Kenoyer
Ron Ehrenreich
3,882 votes for 0.00%

American Party

On the Ballot in MN and UT

Grassroots Party

On the Ballot in Minnesota

Independent Candidate

On the Ballot in Utah
'84 nominee Delmar Dennis
Earl Jeppson
3,475 votes for 0.00%
Jack Herer
Dana Beal
1,949 votes for 0.00%
Louie G. Youngkeit

372 votes for 0.00%

Third World Assembly

On the Ballot in DC

John G. Martin (3W)
236 votes for 0.00%,
write in votes
20,923 votes for 0.01%,
none of these
3,394 votes for 0.01%,

1. Key to Predictions: Roll Call,
The Cook Political Report,
The Rothenberg Political Report,
Campaign & Election Magazine,
D.C.'s Political Report

2. Bold indicates incumbent. Shaded boxes indicates winner.

3. Key to Party Identification.
(A) = American Party
(A/I) = American Independent Party
(Cit) = United Citizens Party
(Cns) = Conservative Party
(Con) = Consumer Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(DFL) = Democratic-Farm-Labor Party
(GR) = Grassroots Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IR) = Independent-Republican Party
(Lib) = Liberal Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(LU) = Liberty Union Party
(NER) = National Economic Reconstruction
(NewA) = New Alliance Party
(P&F) = Peace and Freedom Party
(Pop) = Populist Party
(Pr) = Progressive Party
(Pro) = Prohibition Party
(R) = Republican Party
(RtL) = Right to Life Party
(Solidarity) = Solidarity Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WL) = Workers League
(WI) = Write-in candidates

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