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North Dakota gubernatorial election, 1988

North Dakota gubernatorial election, 1988

November 8, 1988

 
Nominee George A. Sinner Leon Mallberg
Party Democratic Republican
Running mate Lloyd Omdahl Donna Nalewaja
Popular vote 179,094 119,986
Percentage 59.88 40.12

County Results

Governor before election

George A. Sinner
Democratic

Elected Governor

George A. Sinner
Democratic

The 1988 North Dakota gubernatorial election took place on November 8, 1988 to elect the Leon Mallberg, a businessman and "anti-tax crusader" and his running mate Donna Nalewaja.[1][2] Lloyd Omdahl, who had been appointed Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota in 1987 after the death of Ruth Meiers, was elected on the ticket.[3]

North Dakota gubernatorial election, 1988[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Lloyd Omdahl 179,094 59.88%
Republican Leon Mallberg/Donna Nalewaja 119,986 40.12%
Majority 59,108 19.76%
Turnout 299,080
Democratic hold Swing

See also

United States gubernatorial elections, 1988

References

  1. ^ http://www.nytimes.com/1988/11/09/us/the-1988-elections-midwest-north-dakota.html
  2. ^ http://articles.latimes.com/1988-11-09/news/mn-253_1_north-dakota-s-state
  3. ^ https://vip.sos.nd.gov/pdfs/Abstracts%20by%20Year/1980s'%20Election%20Results/1988/General%20Election%2011-08-1988.pdf
  4. ^ http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=174497

External links

  • 1988 gubernatorial debate
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