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2002 Senatorial General Election - Vote for
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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank
1Mississippi 630,495 1 533,269  84.58%
2Nebraska 480,217 1 397,438  82.76%
3Virginia 1,489,422 1 1,229,894  82.58%
4Kansas 776,850 1 641,075  82.52%
5Alaska 229,548 1 179,438  78.17%
6Wyoming 183,280 1 133,710  72.95%
7Idaho 408,544 1 266,215  65.16%
8New Mexico 483,059 1 314,193  65.04%
9Kentucky 1,131,313 1 731,679  64.68%
10Alabama 1,353,023 1 792,561  58.58%
11Maine 504,899 1 295,041  58.44%
12Oklahoma 1,018,424 1 583,579  57.30%
13Oregon 1,267,221 1 712,287  56.21%
14Texas 4,514,012 1 2,496,243  55.30%
15South Carolina 1,102,948 1 600,010  54.40%
16Tennessee 1,642,421 1 891,420  54.27%
17North Carolina 2,331,181 1 1,248,664  53.56%
18Georgia 2,030,259 1 1,071,153  52.76%
19New Hampshire 447,135 1 227,229  50.82%
20Colorado 1,416,081 1 717,893  50.70%
21Missouri 1,877,620 1 935,032  49.80%
22Minnesota 2,255,195 1 1,116,697  49.52%
23South Dakota 337,508 2 166,957  49.47%
24Louisiana 1,235,296 2 596,642  48.30%
25Arkansas 803,959 2 370,653  46.10%
26New Jersey 2,112,604 2 928,439  43.95%
27Iowa 1,023,075 2 447,892  43.78%
28Delaware 232,314 2 94,793  40.80%
29Illinois 3,486,851 2 1,325,703  38.02%
30Michigan 3,129,287 2 1,185,545  37.89%
31West Virginia 436,183 2 160,902  36.89%
32Montana 326,537 2 103,611  31.73%
33Rhode Island 323,803 2 69,881  21.58%
34Massachusetts 2,006,758 0 0  0.00%
Total 43,027,322 1 21,565,738 50.12%

National Results for 2002

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