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United States gubernatorial elections, 1969

United States gubernatorial elections, 1969

1969

Governorships of MD, NJ, VA
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Republican Democratic
Last election 31 governorships 19 governorships
Seats before 31 19
Seats after 32 18
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1

The United States gubernatorial elections of 1969 were held on November 4, 1969, in two states, with a January 7 special election held in Maryland. Republicans achieved a net-gain of one in these elections.

Election results

A bolded state name features an article about the specific election.
State Incumbent Party Status Opposing Candidates
Maryland*[1] Spiro Agnew Republican Elected Vice President, Democratic victory[note 1] Marvin Mandel (Democratic) 70.00%
Rogers Morton (Republican) 14.44%
Francis X. Gallagher (Democratic) 8.33%
William S. James (Democratic) 7.22%
New Jersey[2] Brendan Byrne Democratic Term-limited, Republican victory William T. Cahill (Republican) 59.66%
Robert B. Meyner (Democratic) 38.49%
James E. Johnson (Independent) 0.45%
Jack D. Alvino (Independent) 0.43%
Winifred O. Perry (Conservative) 0.43%
Louis Vanderplate (Independent) 0.28%
Julius Levin (Socialist Labor) 0.26%
Virginia[3] Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Democratic Term-limited,[4] Republican victory A. Linwood Holton, Jr. (Republican) 52.51%
William C. Battle (Democratic) 45.40%
Beverly B. McDowell (Virginia Conservative) 1.16%
William A. Pennington (American Independent) 0.81%
George R. Walker (Independent) 0.13%

*Note: Special election which occurred on January 7, 1969.

Notes

  1. ^ Special election was conducted by the Maryland General Assembly.

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