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NORTH CAROLINA—Continued Recapitulation of Votes Cast in North Carolina

Repub- lican

Demo- cratic

Liber- tarian

Write- in

Total

77,688 1,209,033

100,287 970,716

5,295 64,400

.......... ..........

183,270 2,244,149

1,248,664

1,047,983

33,807

727

2,331,181

Title of candidate

13th district ...................................................................... Total ....................................................................

Senator .....................................................................................

NORTH DAKOTA FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE AT LARGE

Rick Clayburgh, Republican ..................................................................... Earl Pomeroy, Democratic-Nonpartisan League .....................................

109,957 121,073

Recapitulation of Votes Cast in North Dakota

Title of candidate

Repub- lican

Demo- cratic- Non- partisan League

Total

Representative: At large ............................................................................................................................

109,957

121,073

231,030

1. Steve Chabot, Republican ............................................................ Greg Harris, Democrat .................................................................

............. .............

2. Rob Portman, Republican ............................................................ Charles Sanders, Democrat ......................................................... James Condit, Jr., Write-in ..........................................................

............. ............. .............

3. Michael R. Turner, Republican .................................................... Rick Carne, Democrat .................................................................. Ronald Williamitis, Independent .................................................

............. ............. .............

4. Michael Oxley, Republican ........................................................... Jim Clark, Democrat ....................................................................

............. .............

5. Paul E. Gillmor, Republican ........................................................ Roger Anderson, Democrat .......................................................... John Green, Independent .............................................................

............. ............. .............

6. Mike Halleck, Republican ............................................................ Ted Strickland, Democrat ............................................................

............. .............

7. David L. Hobson, Republican ...................................................... Kara Anastasio, Democrat ........................................................... Frank Doden, Independent ..........................................................

............. ............. .............

8. John A. Boehner, Republican ...................................................... Jeff Hardenbrook, Democrat ........................................................

............. .............

9. Ed Emery, Republican .................................................................. Marcy Kaptur, Democrat .............................................................

............. .............

10. Jon A. Heben, Republican ............................................................ Dennis J. Kucinich, Democrat ..................................................... Judy Locy, Independent ...............................................................

............. ............. .............

11. Patrick A. Pappano, Republican .................................................. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Democrat ..............................................

............. .............

12. Patrick J. Tiberi, Republican ....................................................... Edward Brown, Democrat ............................................................

............. .............

OHIO FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE

116,982 64,707

36,146 116,590

41,778 129,997 3,761

46,481 132,236

119,947 49,444

113,252 45,568 8,812

77,643 113,972

126,286 51,872 10,096

120,001 57,726

111,630 78,307 14

139,218 48,785 13

110,760 60,168

Due to apportionment, the number of Congressional Districts decreased from 19 to 18.

in Ohio has been

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