Electoral history of Nelson Rockefeller

Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller

Electoral history of Nelson Rockefeller, 41st Vice President of the United States (1974–1977) and 49th Governor of New York (1959–1973).

History

1958 New York governor election

New York gubernatorial election, 1958
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
Nelson A. Rockefeller Malcolm Wilson Republican 3,126,929 (54.74%)
W. Averell Harriman George DeLuca Democratic,
Liberal
2,553,895 (44.71%)
John T. McManus Annette T. Rubinstein Independent-Socialist 31,658 (0.55%)

1960 Republican presidential primary election

1960 Republican presidential primaries:[1]

1962 New York governor election

New York gubernatorial election, 1962
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
Nelson A. Rockefeller Malcolm Wilson Republican 3,081,587 (53.08%)
Robert M. Morgenthau John J. Burns Democratic,
Liberal
2,552,418 (43.97%)
David H. Jaquith E. Vernon Carbonara Conservative 141,877 (2.44%)
Richard Garza Sylvia Weinstein Socialist Workers 19,698 (0.34%)
Eric Hass John Emanuel Socialist Labor 9,762 (0.17%)

1964 Republican presidential primary election

1964 Republican presidential primaries:[2]

1964 Republican National Convention (1st ballot):[3]

1964 Republican National Convention (2nd ballot):[3]

1966 New York governor election

New York gubernatorial election, 1966
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
Nelson A. Rockefeller Malcolm Wilson Republican 2,690,626 (44.61%)
Frank D. O'Connor Howard J. Samuels Democratic 2,298,363 (38.11%)
Paul L. Adams Kieran O'Doherty Conservative 513,023 (8.46%)
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Donald S. Harrington Liberal 507,234 (8.41%)
Milton Herder Doris Ballantyne Socialist Labor 12,730 (0.21%)
Judith White Richard Garza Socialist Workers 12,506 (0.21%)

1968 Republican presidential primary election

1968 Republican presidential primaries[4]

1968 Republican National Convention (1st ballot)

1968 Republican National Convention (2nd ballot)

1970 New York governor election

New York gubernatorial election, 1970
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
Nelson A. Rockefeller Malcolm Wilson Republican 3,151,432 (52.41%)
Arthur Goldberg Basil Paterson Democratic,
Liberal
2,421,426 (40.27%)
Paul L. Adams Edward F. Leonard Conservative 422,514 (7.03%)
Rasheed Storey Grace Mora-Newman Communist 7,760 (0.13%)
Clifton DeBerry Jonathan Rothschild Socialist Workers 5,766 (0.10%)
Stephen Emery Arnold Babel Socialist Labor 3,963 (0.07%)

1974 Vice President of the United States Nomination

Vice President of the United States (confirmation in the House), 1974:[5]

  • Yea - 289
  • Nay - 128

Vice President of the United States (confirmation in the Senate), 1974:[5]

  • Yea - 90
  • Nay - 7

References

  1. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - R Primaries Race - Feb 01, 1960
  2. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - R Primaries Race - Feb 01, 1964
  3. ^ a b Our Campaigns - US President - R Convention Race - Jul 13, 1964
  4. ^ Our Campaigns - US President - D Primaries Race - Mar 12, 1968
  5. ^ a b Our Campaigns - US Vice President Appointment Race - Dec 19, 1974
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