General Election Overview: November 2, 1976

Official Tabulation: November 2, 1976

PRESIDENT

*Jimmy Carter (D) 2,011,621(R)

Gerald R. Ford (R) 2,000,505(R)

Eugene J. McCarthy 58,258(R)

Lester G. Maddox (American Party) 15,529(R)

Roger L. MacBride 8,961(R)

Gus Hall 7,817(R)

Peter Camejo 4,717(R)

Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. 4,335(R)

Julius Levin (WI) 68(R)

Ben Bubar (WI) 62(R)

UNITED STATES SENATOR

*Howard M. Metzenbaum (D) 1,941,113

Robert Taft Jr. (R) 1,823,774

John O`Neill 53,657

Donald E. Babcock (American Party) 36,979

Emma Lila Fundaburk 33,285

Melissa Singler 31,805

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1977)

*A. William Sweeney 1,622,903

Don P. Brown 1,342,187

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 2, 1977)

*Ralph S. Locher 1,459,632

William J. Morrissey Jr. 1,432,364

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
To provide for certain provisions in regard to the Governor and Lieutenant Governor.

YES 2,388,184

NO 1,048,967

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: To eliminate from the constitution obsolete and unnecessary provisions.

YES 2,284,178

NO 1,129,165

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: To require the declaration of election results for state executive officers at the next regular session of the General Assembly.

YES 2,297,422

NO 1,103,822

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: Relative to limiting the rates which may be charged to residential consumers for fixed amounts of gas and electricity.

YES 1,247,388

NO 2,334,816

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: Relative to providing for representation of residential utility regulatory actions affecting their interests.

YES 1,092,781

NO 2,557,265

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: Relative to establishing procedures for legislative hearings and approval of safety features of nuclear power plants and related facilities.

YES 1,150,360

NO 2,462,000

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSEDBY GENERAL ASSEMBLY: Relative to simplifying the procedures for initiative and referendum

YES 1,175,410

NO 2,407,960

Turnout

NUMBER OF PRECINCTS 12,981

NUMBER OF ELECTORS VOTING 4 ,194,557

 

(WI) Denotes write-in.

(R) Recount.