1998 Connecticut Gubernatorial Election
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1998 Connecticut Gubernatorial Election
1998 Connecticut gubernatorial election

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  John G. Rowland 1990 congressional photo.jpg Barbarakennelly.jpg
Nominee John G. Rowland Barbara B. Kennelly
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate Jodi Rell Joe Courtney
Popular vote 628,707 354,187
Percentage 62.9% 35.4%

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Governor before election

John G. Rowland

Elected Governor

John G. Rowland

The Connecticut gubernatorial election of 1998 took place on November 3, 1998, and incumbent Republican Governor John G. Rowland won re-election against Democratic nominee U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Kennelly.

Election results

1998 Connecticut gubernatorial election[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican John G. Rowland (incumbent) 628,707 62.90% +26.70%
Democratic Barbara Kennelly 354,187 35.44% +2.73%
Concerned Citizens Joseph A. Zdonczyk 8,792 0.88% +0.01%
Libertarian Ned Vare 5,637 0.56% N/A
Term Limits Roberta Scaglione 2,212 0.22% N/A
Total votes 999,535 100.00% N/A
Republican hold


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