Results of Races for U.S. House of Representatives

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), November 7, 1996 | Go to article overview

Results of Races for U.S. House of Representatives


Following are virtually complete returns from the 435 House seats. Only those who received at least 2 percent of the vote are listed. Note: x denotes winner; (i) denotes Incumbent.

ALABAMA

District 1 100% Don Womack (D) 69,322 34% x-Sonny Callahan (R) (i) 132,086 65% Bob Burns (Lib) 3,302 2% District 2 100% Bob Gaines (D) 74,330 35% x-Terry Everett (R) (i) 132,596 63% District 3 100% Ted Little (D) 92,303 47% x-Bob Riley (R) 97,819 50% District 4 100% Robert Wilson (D) 99,356 48% x-Robert Aderholt (R) 102,879 50% Alan Barksdale (Lib) 3,596 2% District 5 99% x-Robert Cramer (D) (i) 126,595 56% Wayne Parker (R) 94,334 42% District 6 99% Mary Bates (D) 70,072 27% x-Spencer Bachus (R) (i) 181,313 71% District 7 100% x-Earl Hilliard (D) (i) 136,634 71% Joe Powell (R) 52,084 27% Ken Hager (Lib) 3,167 2% ALASKA At-Large 99% Georgianna Lincoln (D) 72,448 37% x-Don Young (R) (i) 115,480 59% John Grames (Grn) 3,503 2% William Nemec, (AKI) 3,911 2% ARIZONA District 1 100% John Cox (D) 82,547 40% x-Matt Salmon (R) (i) 123,527 60% District 2 100% x-Ed Pastor (D) (i) 77,439 65% Jim Buster (R) 36,562 31% Alice Bangle (Lib) 5,013 4% District 3 99% Alexander Schneider (D) 79,423 34% x-Bob Stump (R) (i) 156,847 66% District 4 100% Maria Elena Milton (D) 69,176 33% x-John Shadegg (R) (i) 137,639 67% District 5 100% Mort Nelson (D) 64,660 26% x-Jim Kolbe (R) (i) 171,064 69% Ed Finkelstein (RP) 6,287 3% John Zajac (Lib) 6,957 3% District 6 100% Steve Owens (D) 112,955 47% x-J.D. Hayworth (R) (i) 113,545 47% Robert Anderson (Lib) 14,090 6% ARKANSAS District 1 94% x-Marion Berry (D) 103,153 52% Warren Dupwe (R) 87,927 45% Keith Carle (RP) 5,716 3% District 2 99% x-Vic Snyder (D) 113,786 52% Bud Cummins (R) 103,793 48% District 3 96% Ann Henry (D) 97,045 42% x-Asa Hutchinson (R) 127,973 55% Tony Huffman (RP) 5,711 2% District 4 100% Vincent Tolliver (D) 72,066 36% x-Jay Dickey (R) (i) 125,568 64% CALIFORNIA District 1 100% Michela Alioto (D) 86,997 44% x-Frank Riggs (R) (i) 96,626 49% Emil Rossi (Lib) 13,701 7% District 2 100% Roberts Braden (D) 73,965 34% x-Wally Herger (R) (i) 131,749 61% William Brunner (Lib) 5,308 2% Patrice Thiessen (NLP) 6,629 3% District 3 100% x-Vic Fazio (D) (i) 112,590 54% Tim Lefever (R) 86,204 41% Erin Donelle (Lib) 4,025 2% Timothy Erich (RP) 7,271 3% District 4 100% Katie Hirning (D) 89,178 36% x-John Doolittle (R) (i) 147,879 60% Patrick McHargue (Lib) 8,489 3% District 5 100% x-Robert Matsui (D) (i) 134,802 71% Robert Dinsmore (R) 49,820 26% District 6 100% x-Lynn Woolsey (D) (i) 145,364 62% Duane Hughes (R) 79,317 34% Ernest Jones (PFP) 5,982 3% Bruce Kendall (NLP) 3,849 2% District 7 100% x-George Miller (D) (i) 128,249 72% Norman Reece (R) 39,514 22% Bob Liatunick (NLP) 4,150 2% William Thompson (RP) 6,411 4% District 8 100% x-Nancy Pelosi (D) (i) 158,533 85% Justin Raimondo (R) 22,828 12% David Smithstein (NLP) 6,142 3% District 9 100% x-Ronald Dellums (D) (i) 140,638 77% Deborah Wright (R) 33,201 18% Tom Condit, (PFP) 5,104 3% Jack Forem (NLP) 3,143 2% District 10 100% x-Ellen Tauscher (D) 126,868 49% Bill Baker (R) (i) 121,332 47% John Place (RP) 5,861 2% District 11 100% Jason Silva (D) 61,573 36% x-Richard Pombo (R) (i) 100,404 59% Selene Bush (NLP) 2,831 2% Kelly Rego (Lib) 4,738 3% District 12 100% x-Tom Lantos (D) (i) 133,583 72% Storm Jenkins (R) 43,809 24% Richard Borg (NLP) 3,151 2% Christopher Schmidt (Lib) 5,495 3% District 13 100% x-Fortney Stark (D) (i) 106,467 65% James Fay (R) 49,141 30% Terry Savage (Lib) 7,211 4% District 14 100% x-Anna Eshoo (D) (i) 131,595 65% Ben Brink (R) 62,334 31% Joseph Dehn (Lib) 3,103 2% Timothy Thompson (PFP) 3,277 2% District 15 100% Dick Lane (D) 70,691 35% x-Tom Campbell (R) (i) 115,434 58% Valli Sharpe-Geisler (RP) 5,602 3% Ed Wimmers (Lib) 4,867 2% District 16 100% x-Zoe Lofgren (D) (i) 85,082 66% Chuck Wojslaw (R) 38,205 30% David Bonino (Lib) 3,748 3% District 17 100% x-Sam Farr (D) (i) 100,658 58% Jess Brown (R) 65,648 38% John Black (NLP) 5,820 3% District 18 100% x-Gary Condit (D) (i) 98,517 66% Bill Conrad (R) 47,890 32% District 19 100% Paul Barile (D) 47,565 28% x-G. …

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