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1 Office of the Vermont Secretary of State Vermont State Archives and Records Administration Lieutenant Governor: Italics indicate the winner. An asterisk * indicates that no candidate received a majority and the election was decided by the legislature. 1813* Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 15, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] 15, % Scattering % Total votes cast 32, % 1814* No returns can be found, though we do know no one received a majority. William Chamberlin elected over Paul Brigham by legislature Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 15, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] 14, % Scattering % Total votes cast 15, % 1 No Caledonia County returns Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 17, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] 13, % Scattering % Total votes cast 31, % 1817 Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 13, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] 7, % Scattering % Total votes cast 21, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 1 of 24

2 1818 Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 14, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] % Scattering % Total votes cast 15, % 1819 Paul Brigham [Democratic Republican] 12, % William Chamberlin [Federalist] 1, % James Butler % Scattering % Total votes cast 14, % 1820 William Cahoon [Democratic Republican] 12, % Scattering 1, % Total votes cast 13, % 1821 William Cahoon [Democratic Republican] 11, % Scattering % Total votes cast 11, % Aaron Leland [Democratic Republican] % Ezra Butler [Democratic Republican] % William Strong [Democratic Republican] % Scattering % Total votes cast % 2 Returns missing from Rutland, Bennington, Washington, Chittenden, Windsor, and Franklin counties Aaron Leland [Democratic Republican] 11, % Scattering % Total votes cast 11, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 2 of 24

3 1824 Aaron Leland [Democratic Republican] 14, % Scattering % Total votes cast 14, % 1825 Aaron Leland [Democratic Republican] 12, % Scattering % Total votes cast 12, % 1826 Aaron Leland [Democratic Republican] 7, % Henry Olin [Democratic Republican] 4, % Scattering % Total votes cast 12, % 1827 Henry Olin [Democratic Republican] 9, % Samuel C. Crafts [National Republican] 2, % Israel P. Dana 1, % Lemuel Whitney % Josiah Dana % Joel Doolittle % Scattering % Total votes cast 15, % 1828 Henry Olin [National Republican] 14, % Lyman Fitch [Jacksonian] % William Nutting % Scattering % Total votes cast 16, % Henry Olin [National Republican] 19, % Lyman Fitch [Jacksonian] 4, % Scattering % Total votes cast 24, % 3 Returns missing from Grand Isle, Essex, and Washington counties. General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 3 of 24

4 1830* Mark Richards [National Republican] 12, % Lebbeus Egerton [Anti-Masonic] 10, % John Roberts [Jacksonian] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 29, % 1831* Lebbeus Egerton [Anti-Masonic] 15, % Jedediah Harris [National Republican] 12, % John Roberts [Jacksonian] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 34, % 1832* Lebbeus Egerton [Anti-Masonic] 17, % Jedediah Harris [National Republican] 15, % John Roberts [Jacksonian] 8, % Scattering % Total votes cast 40, % 1833 Lebbeus Egerton [Anti-Masonic] 20, % Jedediah Harris [National Republican/Democratic] 18, % Scattering % Total votes cast 38, % 1834* Lebbeus Egerton [Anti-Masonic] 17, % Truman Chittenden [Democratic] 10, % Samuel Clark [Whig] 9, % Scattering % Total votes cast 37, % 1835 Silas H. Jenison [Anti-Masonic/Whig] 4 21, % Truman Chittenden [Democratic] 13, % Scattering % Total votes cast 34, % 4 Jenison became acting Governor during term because no Governor was elected. General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 4 of 24

5 1836 David M. Camp [Whig] 20, % John S. Pettibone [Democratic] 15, % Scattering % Total votes cast 36, % 1837 David M. Camp [Whig] 22, % John S. Pettibone [Democratic] 17, % Scattering % Total votes cast 39, % 1838 David M. Camp [Whig] 24, % John S. Pettibone [Democratic] 19, % Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 43, % 1839 David M. Camp [Whig] 24, % Orsamus C. Merrill [Democratic] 22, % Scattering % Total votes cast 46, % 1840 David M. Camp [Whig] 33, % Edward D. Barber [Democratic] 22, % Scattering % Total votes cast 55, % 1841* Waitstill R. Ranney [Whig] 23, % Edward D. Barber [Democratic] 21, % Alvah Sabin [Liberty] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 47, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 5 of 24

6 1842 Waitstill R. Ranney [Whig] 27, % Edward D. Barber [Democratic] 25, % Scattering % Total votes cast 52, % 1843* Horace Eaton [Whig] 24, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 21, % Aaron Angier [Liberty] 3, % Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 49, % 1844 Horace Eaton [Whig] 28, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 20, % Aaron Angier [Liberty] 5, % Scattering % Total votes cast 54, % 1845* Horace Eaton [Whig] 23, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 18, % Horatio Needham [Liberty] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 48, % 1846* Leonard Sargeant [Whig] 23, % Truman B. Ransom [Democratic] 17, % Jacob Scott [Free Soil] 7, % Scattering % Total votes cast 48, % 1847* Leonard Sargeant [Whig] 22, % Charles K. Field [Democratic] 18, % Jacob Scott [Free Soil] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 48, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 6 of 24

7 1848* Robert Pierpoint [Whig] 22, % Luke Poland [Free Soil] 14, % John Robinson [Democratic] 13, % Scattering % Total votes cast 50, % 1849* Robert Pierpoint [Whig] 26, % Daniel Roberts, Jr. [Free Soil Democratic] 5 23, % Philip C. Tucker [Democratic] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 52, % 5 Coalition of Free Soilers and regular Democrats Julius Converse [Whig] 24, % Stephen Smith [Free Soil Democratic] 18, % Horace Clark [Democratic] 4, % Scattering % Total votes cast 47, % 1851 Julius Converse [Whig] 22, % Ryland Fletcher [Free Soil] 15, % Giles Harrington [Democratic] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 44, % 1852* William C. Kittredge [Whig] 23, % Jefferson P. Kidder [Democratic] 14, % William M. Pingrey [Free Soil Democratic] 9, % Scattering 8 0.0% Total votes cast 48, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 7 of 24

8 1853* William C. Kittredge [Whig] 20, % Jefferson P. Kidder [Democratic] 18, % William M. Pingrey [Free Soil Democratic] 8, % Scattering % Total votes cast 47, % 1854 Ryland Fletcher [Republican] 28, % William Mattocks [Democratic] 15, % Scattering % Total votes cast 44, % 1855 Ryland Fletcher [Republican] 27, % Stoddard B. Colby [Democratic] 11, % Daniel Roberts % Isaac T. Wright % Scattering % Total votes cast 39, % 1856 James M. Slade [Republican] 34, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 11, % Isaac T. Wright % D. P. Kinsley % A. C. Porter 1 0.0% Scattering % Total votes cast 45, % 1857 James M. Slade [Republican] 26, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 12, % Isaac T. Wright % Scattering 8 0.0% Total votes cast 39, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 8 of 24

9 1858 Burnham Martin [Republican] 29, % Wyllys Lyman [Democratic] 13, % George Putnam [Temperance] % Isaac T. Wright 4 0.0% Scattering 9 0.0% Total votes cast 43, % 1859 Burnham Martin [Republican] 31, % Stephen Thomas [Democratic] 14, % Scattering % Total votes cast 45, % 1860 Levi Underwood [Republican] 32, % Stephen Thomas [Democratic] 13, % Giles Harrington [Democratic] 6 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 47, % 6 Thomas was nominated by supporters of Stephen Douglas, Harrington by supporters of John C. Breckinridge Levi Underwood [Republican] 38, % E. Plymton 3, % Stephen Thomas [Democratic] % Giles Harrington [Democratic] % Scattering % Total votes cast 41, % 7 Thomas declined the Democratic nomination Paul Dillingham [Union/Republican] 29, % E. A. Chaplin [Democratic] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 33, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 9 of 24

10 1863 Paul Dillingham [Union/Republican] 29, % E. A. Chaplin [Democratic] 11, % Scattering % Total votes cast 40, % 1864 Paul Dillingham [Union/Republican] 32, % Charles Davenport [Democratic] 13, % Scattering % Total votes cast 45, % 1865 Abraham B. Gardner [Union/Republican] 27, % D. G. Lindsley [Democratic] 8, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 36, % 1866 Abraham B. Gardner [Union/Republican] 33, % D. G. Lindsley [Democratic] 11, % Total votes cast 45, % 1867 Stephen Thomas [Republican] 31, % Waldo Brigham [Democratic] 11, % S. A. Crombie 1 0.0% Abraham B. Gardner [Republican] 1 0.0% Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 43, % 1868 Stephen Thomas [Republican] 42, % Morillo Noyes [Democratic] 15, % Total votes cast 57, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 10 of 24

11 1869 George Hendee [Republican] 8 31, % Morillo Noyes [Democratic] 11, % Scattering 9 0.0% Total votes cast 43, % 8 Hendee became Governor after the death of Governor Washburn in George N. Dale [Republican] 33, % Morillo Noyes [Democratic] 12, % George Grandey [Republican] % Total votes cast 45, % 1872 Russell S. Taft [Republican] 41, % W. H. H. Bingham [Democratic] 16, % Total votes cast 58, % 1874 Lyman Hinckley [Republican] 33, % Henry Chase [Democratic] 13, % Scattering 4 0.0% Total votes cast 46, % 1876 Redfield Proctor [Republican] 44, % E. B. Baldwin [Democratic] 13, % Ebenezer B. Baldwin [Democratic] 4, % E. Baldwin [Democratic] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 65, % 1878 E. P. Colton [Republican] 37, % Jerome W. Pierce [Democratic] 17, % John W. Currier [Greenback] 2, % Jerome W. Rice % Scattering % Total votes cast 58, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 11 of 24

12 1880 John Barstow [Republican] 47, % George Gates [Democratic] 21, % C. F. Clough [Greenback] 1, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 70, % 1882 Samuel Pingree [Republican] 35, % Edgar Bullard [Democratic] 14, % John Jerine [Greenback] 1, % Scattering 2 0.0% Total votes cast 51, % 1884 Ebenezer Ormsbee [Republican] 42, % Nathan P. Bowman [Democratic] 19, % Milo Bayley [Greenback] % Charles Woodhouse [Independent] % Scattering % Total votes cast 63, % 1886 Levi Fuller [Republican] 37, % Patrick Meldon [Democratic] 17, % W. L. Pearl [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 1, % Total votes cast 56, % 1888 Urban A. Woodbury [Republican] 48, % Thomas O'Sullivan [Democratic] 19, % George Crowell [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 4 0.0% Total votes cast 69, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 12 of 24

13 1890 Henry A. Fletcher [Republican] 32, % George W. Smith [Democratic] 18, % Henry C. Fletcher 2, % Gardner T. Fassett [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering % Total votes cast 55, % 1892 F. Stewart Stranahan [Republican] 38, % William B. Vaill [Democratic] 18, % Wendell P. Stafford [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 7 0.0% Total votes cast 58, % 1894 Zophar M. Mansur [Republican] 41, % Edgar N. Bullard [Democratic] 14, % Henry W. Conro [People's Party] % Lester W. Hanson [Prohibition] % Scattering % Total votes cast 57, % 1896 Nelson W. Fisk [Republican] 52, % Ralph Sherwood [Democratic] 14, % Cyrus W. Wyman [Prohibition] % William Dexter [People's Party] % Scattering 1 0.0% Total votes cast 68, % 1898 Henry C. Bates [Republican] 38, % A. Allyn Olmsted [Democratic] 14, % Charles B. Wilson [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 53, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 13 of 24

14 1900 Martin F. Allen [Republican] 47, % Emory S. Harris [Democratic] 16, % Charles B. Wilson [Prohibition] % C.H. Barber [Social Democratic] % Scattering % Total votes cast 66, % 1902* Zed S. Stanton [Republican] 31, % Frank W. Agan [Local Option] 25, % Elisha May [Democratic] 7, % Noble L. Ball [Prohibition] 2, % Scattering 2 0.0% Total votes cast 67, % 1904 Charles H. Stearns [Republican] 47, % Cornelius McMahon [Democratic] 16, % James E. Crawe [Prohibition] 1, % Hugh P. Movahaw [Socialist] % Total votes cast 65, % 1906 George H. Prouty [Republican] 41, % G. Herbert Pape [Independent/Democratic] 25, % Harmon S. Eldred [Prohibition] % Chester E. Ordway [Socialist] % Scattering 1 0.0% Total votes cast 67, % 1908 John A. Mead [Republican] 45, % J. W. Thurston [Democratic] 15, % Peter Ritchie [Independent] 1, % Arthur S. Gallup [Prohibition] % John H. Carson [Socialist] % Total votes cast 62, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 14 of 24

15 1910 Leighton P. Slack [Republican] 36, % John B. Reardon [Democratic] 15, % J. Frank Bradbury [Socialist] 1, % Fred L. Page [Independent] % Scattering 2 0.0% Total votes cast 53, % 1912* Frank E. Howe [Republican] 27, % Herbert C. Comings [Democratic] 18, % M. L. Aseltine [Progressive] 14, % Fred A. Collins [Prohibition] 1, % Allan P. Bourdon [Socialist] 1, % Scattering 7 0.0% Total votes cast 62, % 1914 Hale K. Darling [Republican] 35, % James E. Kennedy [Democratic] 15, % Edward C. Crosby [Progressive] 7, % John M. Perham [Prohibition] 1, % J. Frank Bradbury [Socialist] % Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 59, % 1916 Roger W. Hulburd [Republican] 42, % Henry C. Brislin [Democratic] 15, % Antoine Winner [Socialist] % George A. Kerr [Prohibition] % Scattering % Total votes cast 59, % 1918 Mason S. Stone [Republican] 30, % Henry C. Brislin [Democratic] 10, % John M. Perham [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 1 0.0% Total votes cast 41, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 15 of 24

16 1920 Abram W. Foot [Republican] 63, % Abram W. Foot [Prohibition] 1, % George F. Root [Democratic] 18, % Scattering % Total votes cast 82, % 1922 Franklin S. Billings [Republican] 46, % Franklin S. Billings [Prohibition] 1, % Harry C. Shurtleff [Democratic] 16, % Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 64, % 1924 Walter K. Farnsworth [Republican] 73, % George N. Tilden [Democratic] 17, % Fred L. Page [Prohibition] 1, % Scattering 5 0.0% Total votes cast 92, % 1926 S. Hollister Jackson [Republican] 9 45, % S. Hollister Jackson [Citizens] 1 0.0% Charles N. Barber [Democratic] 20, % Charles N. Barber [Prohibition] % Charles N. Barber [Citizens] % Scattering % Total votes cast 67, % 9 S. Hollister Jackson drowned November 3, Stanley C. Wilson [Republican] 90, % John W. Sheehey [Democratic] 33, % W. C. Rodliffe [Prohibition] % Scattering 1 0.0% Total votes cast 124, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 16 of 24

17 1930 Benjamin Williams [Republican] 49, % J. Holmes Jackson [Democratic] 21, % Scattering 1 0.0% Total votes cast 70, % 1932 Charles M. Smith [Republican] 79, % Harry W. Witters [Democratic] 45, % Norman E. Greenslet [Socialist] 1, % Scattering 2 0.0% Total votes cast 126, % 1934 George D. Aiken [Republican] 71, % Charles N. Barber [Democratic] 51, % Brisbane Palmer [Socialist] % Scattering 4 0.0% Total votes cast 123, % 1936 William H. Wills [Republican] 82, % Harmon B. Soule [Democratic] 50, % Thomas Cerasoli [Socialist] % Total votes cast 133, % 1938 William H. Wills [Republican] 73, % Samuel H. Crosby [Democratic] 33, % Total votes cast 106, % 1940 Mortimer R. Proctor [Republican] 85, % Norbert J. Towne [Democratic] 47, % Total votes cast 133, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 17 of 24

18 1942 Mortimer R. Proctor [Republican] 72, % Ernest H. Bailey [Democratic] 13, % Total votes cast 85, % 1944 Lee E. Emerson [Republican] 77, % Maurice Mahoney [Democratic] 41, % Scattering 4 0.0% Total votes cast 118, % 1946 Lee E. Emerson [Republican] 55, % George W. Maine [Democratic] 14, % Total votes cast 69, % 1948 Harold J. Arthur [Republican] 10 83, % Allan R. Johnston [Democratic] 32, % Scattering 8 0.0% Total votes cast 116, % 10 Arthur became Governor when Governor Gibson resigned on January 16, Joseph B. Johnson [Republican] 62, % Beatrice P. Schurman [Democratic] 22, % Scattering 6 0.0% Total votes cast 84, % 1952 Joseph B. Johnson [Republican] 93, % James L. Ouimet [Democratic] 49, % Scattering 4 0.0% Total votes cast 143, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 18 of 24

19 1954 Consuelo Northrup Bailey [Republican] 11 59, % William S. Burrage [Democratic] 51, % Scattering % Total votes cast 110, % 11 First woman Lieutenant Governor in the United States Robert T. Stafford [Republican] 91, % Alexander B. R. Drysdale [Democratic] 59, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 151, % 1958 Robert S. Babcock [Republican] 64, % William S. Burrage [Democratic] 56, % William S. Burrage [Republican] 1 0.0% Scattering 5 0.0% Total votes cast 120, % 1960 Ralph A. Foote [Republican] 92, % Leonard U. Wilson [Democratic] 70, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 163, % 1962 Ralph A. Foote [Republican] 65, % Frederick Delaney, Jr. [Democratic] 50, % Scattering % Total votes cast 116, % 1964 John J. Daley [Democratic] 94, % Richard A. Snelling [Republican] 62, % A. Luke Crispe [Independent] 2, % Scattering 7 0.0% Total votes cast 159, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 19 of 24

20 1966 John J. Daley [Democratic] 73, % Perry H. Merrill [Republican] 59, % Scattering 3 0.0% Total votes cast 133, % 1968 Thomas L. Hayes [Republican] 90, % William A. Hunter [Democratic] 66, % Scattering 7 0.0% Total votes cast 156, % 1970 John S. Burgess [Republican] 84, % Kelton B. Miller [Democratic] 63, % Scattering % Total votes cast 148, % 1972 John S. Burgess [Republican] 94, % Leo J. Connor [Democratic] 82, % Leo J. Connor [Independent Vermonter] 1, % Elly Harter [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 181, % 1974* Brian D. Burns [Democratic] 66, % T. Gary Buckley [Republican] 60, % Arthur DeLoy [Liberty Union] 6, % Scattering 7 0.0% Total votes cast 134, % 1976* T. Gary Buckley [Republican] 81, % John T. Alden [Democratic] 79, % John T. Alden [Independent Vermonter] 3, % John L. Franco, Jr. [Liberty Union] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 170, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 20 of 24

21 1978 Madeleine M. Kunin [Democratic] 62, % Peter P. Smith [Republican] 58, % Dashiell Barney [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 123, % 1980 Madeleine M. Kunin [Democratic] 120, % Margaret "Peg" Garland [Republican] 80, % Charlotte Hickcox [Liberty Union] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 204, % 1982 Peter Smith [Republican] 93, % Thomas C. Ryan [Democratic] 57, % Terry Bouricius [Citizens] 6, % Nancy Egan Sternbach [Liberty Union] 4, % Scattering % Total votes cast 161, % 1984 Peter Smith [Republican] 137, % John H. Carnahan [Democratic] 74, % Stephen S. Murray [Libertarian] 4, % Artih Dubois-Foster [Citizens] 3, % Albert R. Reil [Liberty Union] 1, % Scattering % Total votes cast 222, % 1986 Howard Dean [Democratic] 99, % Susan Auld [Republican] 84, % John M. Simons [Libertarian] 2, % Robin E. Hopps [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 190, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 21 of 24

22 1988 Howard Dean [Democratic] 154, % Pan B. Zolotas [Republican] 69, % Lisa Steckler [Liberty Union] 7, % Scattering % Total votes cast 232, % 1990 Howard Dean [Democratic] , % Michael Bernhardt [Republican] 80, % Charlotte Hayes Boggs [Liberty Union] 3, % David P. Dana [Libertarian] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 208, % 12 Dean became acting Governor August 13, 1991, following the death of Governor Snelling Barbara W. Snelling [Republican] 147, % David S. Wolk [Democratic] 121, % Annette M. Larson [Liberty Union] 5, % Randall C. Johnson [Natural Law/New Alliance] 5, % Scattering 1, % Total votes cast 280, % 1994 Barbara W. Snelling [Republican] 105, % Douglas A. Racine [Democratic] 98, % Charles E. "Bud" Haas [Liberty Union] 2, % Dona Bate [Natural Law] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 210, % 1996 Douglas A. Racine [Democratic] 135, % John Carroll [Republican] 102, % Bill Coleman [Vermont Grassroots] 5, % Dona Bate [Natural Law] 4, % Murray Ngoima [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 250, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 22 of 24

23 1998* Douglas A. Racine [Democratic] 105, % Barbara W. Snelling [Republican] 104, % Bill Coleman [Vermont Grassroots] 3, % Jane Newton [Liberty Union] 1, % Faeterri Silver [Libertarian] 1, % Scattering % Total votes cast 216, % 2000 Douglas A. Racine [Democratic] 152, % Brian Dubie [Republican] 118, % Tom Beer [Vermont Grassroots] 8, % Jane Newton [Liberty Union] 3, % Don O'Donnell [Libertarian] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 286, % 2002 Brian Dubie [Republican] 94, % Peter Shumlin [Democratic] 73, % Anthony Pollina [Progressive] 56, % Sally Ann Jones [Vermont Grassroots] 4, % Scattering % Total votes cast 228, % 2004 Brian Dubie [Republican] 170, % Cheryl Pratt Rivers [Democratic] 108, % Steve Hingtgen [Progressive] 21, % Peter Stevenson [Liberty Union] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 303, % 2006 Brian Dubie [Republican] 133, % Matt Dunne [Democratic] 118, % Marvin Malek [Progressive] 5, % Mary Alice "Mal" Herbert [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 260, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 23 of 24

24 2008 Brian Dubie [Republican] 171, % Thomas W. Costello [Democratic] 121, % Richard Kemp [Progressive] 14, % Ben Mitchell [Liberty Union] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 311, % 2010* Brian Dubie [Republican] 116, % Steve Howard [Democratic] 99, % Peter Garritano [Independent] 8, % Marjorie Power [Progressive] 8, % Boots Wardinski [Liberty Union] 2, % Scattering % Total votes cast 235, % 2012 Phil Scott [Republican] 162, % Cassandra "Cass" Gekas [Progressive/Democratic] 115, % Ben Mitchell [Liberty Union] 6, % Scattering % Total votes cast 284, % 2014 Phil Scott [Republican] 118, % Dean Corren [Progressive/Democratic] 69, % Marina Brown [Liberty Union] 3, % Scattering % Total votes cast 191, % 2016 David Zuckerman [Progressive/Democratic] 159, % Randy Brock [Republican] 139, % Boots Wardinski [Liberty Union] 7, % Scattering % Total votes cast 306, % General Election Results: Lieutenant Governor, p. 24 of 24

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