2000 Senatorial General Election - Vote for Republican
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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank Republican
1Arizona 1,397,076 1 1,108,196  79.32%
2Wyoming 213,659 1 157,622  73.77%
3Maine 634,872 1 437,689  68.94%
4Indiana 2,145,209 1 1,427,944  66.56%
5Mississippi 994,144 1 654,941  65.88%
6Utah 769,704 1 504,803  65.58%
7Vermont 288,500 1 189,133  65.56%
8Tennessee 1,928,613 1 1,255,444  65.10%
9Texas 6,276,652 1 4,082,091  65.04%
10Ohio 4,452,136 1 2,666,736  59.90%
11Rhode Island 391,353 1 222,588  56.88%
12Nevada 600,250 1 330,687  55.09%
13Pennsylvania 4,735,540 1 2,481,962  52.41%
14Virginia 2,718,301 1 1,420,460  52.26%
15Montana 411,601 1 208,082  50.55%
16Nebraska 692,350 2 337,977  48.82%
17Washington 2,461,379 2 1,197,208  48.64%
18Missouri 2,361,586 2 1,142,852  48.39%
19Michigan 4,167,685 2 1,994,693  47.86%
20New Jersey 3,015,662 2 1,420,267  47.10%
21Florida 5,856,731 2 2,705,348  46.19%
22Delaware 326,993 2 142,891  43.70%
23Minnesota 2,419,520 2 1,047,474  43.29%
24New York 6,779,839 2 2,915,730  43.01%
25North Dakota 287,539 2 111,069  38.63%
26New Mexico 589,526 2 225,517  38.25%
27Georgia 2,428,242 2 920,478  37.91%
28Wisconsin 2,540,083 2 940,744  37.04%
29Maryland 1,946,898 2 715,178  36.73%
30California 10,623,614 2 3,886,853  36.59%
31Connecticut 1,311,261 2 448,077  34.17%
32Hawaii 345,623 2 84,701  24.51%
33West Virginia 603,477 2 121,635  20.16%
34Massachusetts 2,599,420 2 334,341  12.86%
Total 79,315,038 2 37,841,411 47.71%

National Results for 2000

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