General Election Overview: November 3, 1970

Official Tabulation: November 3, 1970

GOVERNOR

Roger Cloud (R) 1,382,659

John A. Crites (WI) 321

*John J. Gilligan (D) 1,725,560

Edwin G. Lawton (Amer. Ind.) 61,300

Donald R. Lesiak (WI) 100

Joseph Pirincin (Soc. Labor) 14,087

Marcia Sweetenham (WI) 106

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

*John W. Brown (R) 1,554,837

Anthony O. Calabrese (D) 1,399,651

Herman Kirsch (WI) 92

ATTORNEY GENERAL

*William J. Brown (D) 1,613,926

Al Budka (WI) 94

John D. Herbert (R) 1,297,419

AUDITOR OF STATE

*Joseph T. Ferguson (D) 1,484,610

Roger W. Tracy Jr. (R) 1,434,105

SECRETARY OF STATE

*Ted W. Brown (R) 1,606,920

John F. Kennedy (D) 1,362,041

TREASURER OF STATE

*Gertrude W. Donahey (D) 1,591,959

Robin T. Turner (R) 1,271,470

UNITED STATES SENATOR

Richard B. Kay (Amer. Ind.) 61,261

Howard M. Metzenbaum (D) 1,495,262

John O`Neill (Soc. Labor) 29,069

*Robert Taft Jr. (R) 1,565,682

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Unexpired Term Ending December 31, 1974)

William C. Bryant 808,423

*C. William O`Neill 1,799,558

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1971)

Allen Brown 1,068,670

*J. J. P. Corrigan 1,361,719

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 2, 1971)

*Leonard J. Stern 1,873,641

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Unexpired Term Ending January 1, 1973)

*Robert M. Duncan 1,899,595

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
To permit enactment of laws reducing the valuation of the homestead taxes for residents sixty-five years of age and over.

YES 2,115,557

NO 711,761

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
To reduce the voter residency requirement from one year to six months.

YES 1,702,600

NO 1,073,058

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
To allow newspaper advertising in lieu of mailed notice of proposed municipal charter amendments.

YES 1,326,818

NO 1,212,814

Turnout

NUMBER OF PRECINCTS 13,148

NUMBER OF ELECTORS VOTING 3,276,231

*Denotes candidate elected.

(WI) Denotes write-in.