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United States gubernatorial elections, 2000

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The U.S. gubernatorial elections of 2000 were held on November 7, 2000. Eleven states voted to select a governor (and in some cases, lieutenant governor).

Election results

Only the governorship of West Virginia changed party hands in 2000 when Democrat Bob Wise defeated Republican incumbent Cecil Underwood.

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State Incumbent Party Status Opposing Candidates
Delaware Thomas R. Carper Democratic Term-Limited, Democratic victory Ruth Ann Minner (Democratic) 59.2%
John M. Burris (Republican) 39.7%
Floyd McDowell (Ind. Delaware) 1.1%
Indiana Frank O'Bannon Democratic Re-elected, 56.6% David M. McIntosh (Republican) 41.7%
Andrew Horning (Libertarian) 1.8%
Missouri Roger B. Wilson Democratic Retired, Democratic victory Bob Holden (Democratic) 49.1%
Jim Talent (Republican) 48.2%
Larry Rice (Independent) 1.5%
John Swenson (Libertarian) 0.5%
Lavoy Reed (Green) 0.4%
Richard Kline (Reform) 0.2%
Richard Smith (Constitution) 0.1%
Montana Marc Racicot Republican Term-Limited, Republican victory Judy Martz (Republican) 51%
Mark O'Keefe (Democratic) 47.1%
Stan Jones (Libertarian) 1.9%
New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen Democratic Re-elected, 48.7% Gordon J. Humphrey (Republican) 43.8%
Mary Brown (Independent) 6.4%
John J. Babiarz (Libertarian) 1.1%
North Carolina Jim Hunt Democratic Term-Limited, Democratic victory Mike Easley (Democratic) 52%
Richard Vinroot (Republican) 46.3%
Barbara Howe (Libertarian) 1.5%
Douglas Schell (Reform) 0.3%
North Dakota Ed Schafer Republican Retired, Republican victory John Hoeven (Republican) 55%
Heidi Heitkamp (Democratic) 45%
Utah Michael Leavitt Republican Re-elected, 55.8% Bill Orton (Democratic) 42.7%
Jeremy Friedbaum (Independent American) 2%
Vermont Howard Dean Democratic Re-elected, 50.4% Ruth Dwyer (Republican) 37.9%
Anthony Pollina (Progressive) 9.5%
Phil Stannard Sr. (Independent) 0.7%
Joel W. Williams (Vermont Grassroots) 0.5%
Hardy Macia (Libertarian) 0.3%
Richard F. Gottlieb (Liberty Union) 0.1%
Washington Gary Locke Democratic Re-elected, 58.4 John Carlson (Republican) 39.7%
Steve LePage (Libertarian) 1.9%
West Virginia Cecil H. Underwood Republican Defeated, 47.2% Bob Wise (Democratic) 50.1%
Denise Giardina (Mountain) 1.6%
Bob Myers (Libertarian) 0.9%
Randall Ashelman (Natural Law) 0.2%
Territory Incumbent Party Status Competing candidates
American Samoa[1] Tauese Sunia Democratic Re-elected, 51.44% Lealaifuaneva Peter Reid (Independent) 48.57%
Puerto Rico Pedro Rosselló PNP/Democratic Retired, PPD/Democratic victory Sila María Calderón (PPD/Democratic) 48.6
Carlos Pesquera (PNP/Democratic) 45.7%
Rubén Berríos (Puerto Rican Independence Party) 5.2%

See also

References

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