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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa State-by-Stat e Governor, Senate Races By Associated Press Here is a statc-by-state rundown of the races for governor, U. S. senator and some other key races in Tuesday’s general election. A general outlook for each race, based on polls and the views of political observers, is included: ALABAMA Governor: Incumbent George Wallace (D) defeated real estate man Elvin McCary (R). Senate: Incumbent James Allen (D) defeated prohibitionist Alvin Abercrombie. ALASKA Governor: Incumbent William Egan (D) was in a tight race with Jay Hammond (R), an environmentalist, with 55 percent of the precincts counted. Senate: Incumbent Mike Gravel (Di defeated C. R. Lewis (R). a state senator. ARIZONA Governor: Raul Castro ID), former U. S. ambassador to Bolivia and El Salvador, won a tight race with businessman Russell Williams (R> with 99 percent of the votes counted. Senate: Incumbent Barry Coldwater (R) defeated Jonathan Marshall (D), a Scottsdale newspaper publisher. ARKANSAS Governor: Former U. S. Rep. David Pryor (D) defeated college teacher Kenneth Coon (Rh Senate: Gov. Dale Bumpers (D) defeated banker John H. Jones (R). House: Incumbent Wilbur Mills (D), chairman of the house ways and means committee, defeated Judy Petty (Rh a former aide to the late Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, for the Second district seat. CALIFORNIA Governor: Secretary of State Edmund “Jerry” Brown, jr., (D) defeated State Controller Houston Flournoy (R) for seat of retiring Ronald Reagan (RL Senate: Incumbent Alan Cranston (D) defeated three opponents, including State Sen. H. L. Richardson (R). COLORADO Governor: Lawyer Richard Lamm <D> defeated incumbent John Vanderhoof (Rh Senate: Gary Hart (D), former presidential campaign manager of George McGovern, defeated incumbent Peter Dominick (R). CONNECTICUT Governor: U. S. Rep. Kila Grasso (I)) defeated U. S. Rep. Robert Steele (R). Senate: Incumbent Abraham Ribicoff (Di defeated three opponents, including James Brannen (R), an airline pilot. FLORIDA Governor: Incumbent Reubin Askew <D) defeated lawyer Jerry Thomas, (R). Senate: Former Secretary of State Richard Stone (D) defeated Jack Eckerd (R1, millionaire drug store chain owner. GEORGIA Governor: State Rep. George Busbee <D» defeated Ronnie Thompson (Rh mayor of Macon. Senate: Incumbent Herman Talmadge t D) defeated Jerry Johnson (RI, a carpeting contractor. HAWAII Governor: George Ariyoshi <D) will become the nation s first governor of Japanese ancestry with his victory over Randolph Crossley (RL Senate: Incumbent Daniel K. Inouye. <D) won over token opposition. IDAHO Governor: Incumbent Cecil Andrus (D) defeated Lt. Gov. Jack Murphy (RI. Senate: Incumbent Frank Church (D) defeated attorney Robert Smith (Rh ILLINOIS Senate: Incumbent Adlai Stevenson <D* defeated G. M. Burditt (R), lawyer and former state legislator. INDUNA Senate: Incumbent Birch Bayh <D) defeated Richard Lugar (R), mayor of Indianapolis. IOWA Governor: Incumbent Robert Ray <R) defeated State Sen. James Schaben (DL Senate: U. S. Rep. John Culver (D) defeated State Rep. David Stanley (R) for seat of retiring Harold Hughes (D). KANSAS Governor: State Senate President Robert Bennett (R) defeated Attorney General Vem Miller (DL Senate: Incumbent Robert Dole <R> defeated U. S. Rep. Bill Roy (D), KENTUCKY Senate: Gov. Wendell Ford (D) defeated incumbent Marlow Cook (R). Majority of Those Who Got Ford Blessing Lose WASHINGTON (AP) -More than half the Republican candidates for whom President Ford personally campaigned were defeated Tuesday. During his campaign speeches in 20 states. Ford specifically endorsed 110 gubernatorial, senate and congressional candidates. 0 f these, 56 lost and 47 won, with seven races undecided. From the White House, where he watched the returns on three color television sets, Ford acknowledged his party had been trounced. But he declared, “Those who lo c often come back to win another day.” “I am not dismayed,” he was quoted as telling (LOP. National Chairman Mary Louise Smith in a telephone conversation. “Parties have come back before and we will too.” Press Secretary Ron Nessen said Ford's spirits “don’t reflect any gloom or pessimism.” In fact, Nessen reported, Ford was “laughing a lot” while watching returns. Of the 17 senate candidates receiving personal campaign aid from him, a dozen lost. Four won and a fifth was clinging to a narrow lead. Ford endorsed 13 G.O.P. gubernatorial contenders Seven lost, four won and two races were too close to call early Wednesday, During his travels, he also singled out for endorsement 67 Republican congressional candidates. Thirty-seven of these lost, 25 won and five races were undecided. c. I Front Drive ail But theres to modi more in *74. Subaru offers 12 mos. warranty with Unlimited Mileage For details call anytime for a recorded message. 363-8563 LOUISIANA Senate: Incumbent Russell Long (I)) had no opposition. MAINE Governor: James Longley, an independent, defeated four other candidates including former Attorney General James Erwin (R) and lawyer George Mitchell (D). MARYLAND Governor: Incumbent Marvin Mandel < D) defeated Louise Gore, a G.O.P. national committeewoman. Senate: Incumbent Charles Mathias (R) defeated Barbara Mikulski < D), a Baltimore city councilwoman. MASSACHUSETTS Governor: Michael Dukakis (D). a former state legislator, defeated incumbent Francis Sargent (R). MICHIGAN Governor: Incumbent William Milliken (Ri defeated former State Sen. Sander Levin (D) and seven other candidates. MINNESOTA Governor: incumbent Wendall Anderson (D) defeated seven other candidates, including businessman John Johnson (RL MISSOURI Senate: Incumbent Thomas Eagleton (D) defeated lawyer Thomas Curtis (RL NEBRASKA Governor: Incumbent J. James Exon <D) defeated State Sen. Richard Marvel (R). NEVADA Governor: Incumbent Mike O'Callaghan (D) defeated Shirley Crumpler (R). a realtor tax consultant. Senate: Former Gov. Paul Laxalt (R) was in a tight race with Lt. Gov. Harry Reid (D) with 96 percent of the vote counted. State house: Beverley Harrell, a brothel madam, appears to have the edge over Don Moody, a quiet 44-year-old grandfather. for the state’s 36th assembly district seat. Both are Democrats. Republicans opted out of the race. NEW HAMPSHIRE Governor: Incumbent Meldrim Thompson (R) defeated lawyer Richard Leonard (DL Senate: Lawyer Louis Wyman (R) defeated lawyer John Durkin (DI. NEW JERSEY House: Incumbent Charles Sandman (RI and Joseph Maraziti (R), key defenders of former President Nixon during the house judiciary impeachment hearings, both were defeated. NEW MEXICO Governor: Jerry Apodaca (D), an insurance man, defeated rancher Joseph Skeen (R). NEW YORK Governor: U- S. Rep. Hugh Carey (D) defeated incumbent Malcolm Wilson (Rt. Senate: Incumbent Jacob Javits (R) defeated Ramsey Clark (D), former U. S. attorney general. NORTH CAROLINA Senate: Former Attorney General Robert Morgan 'DI defeated William Stevens (R) for seat of retiring Sam Ervin (D). NORTH DAKOTA Senate: Former Gov. William Guy (D) defeated incumbent Milton Young (R) and two other candidates. OHIO Governor: Former Gov. James Rhodes (R> narrowly defeated incumbent John Gilligan (DL Senate: John Glenn (D). the former astronaut, defeated Ralph Perk (R), mayor of Cleveland. OKLAHOMA Governor David Boren ii)), a college professor, defeated Jim Inhofe (R), a state senator. Senate: Incumbent Henry Bellmon (R) was in a tight race with former congressman Ed Edmondson (D) with 99 percent of the vote counted. OREGON Governor: Robert Straub CD», a businessman, defeated rug merchant Victor Atiyeh (RI for the seat of retiring Tom McCall (R). Senate: Incumbent Robert Packwood (R> defeated lawyer Betty Roberts (DL PENNSYLVANIA Governor: Incumbent Milton Shapp (D) defeated Drew Lewis (RL Senate: U S. Rep. Richard Schweiker (RI defeated Peter Flaherty (D), mayor of Pittsburgh. RHODE ISLAND Governor: Incumbent Philip Noel (D) defeated lawyer James Nugent < R>. SOUTH CAROLINA Governor: State Sen. James Edwards (RI defeated U. S. Rep W. J. Bryan Dorn (D). Senate: Incumbent Ernest Hollmgs <D) defeated Gwen-yfred Bush (R), a housewife. SOUTH DAKOTA Governor: Incumbent Richard Kneip (D) defeated John Olson (Ri, businessman and former state highway director. Senate: Incumbent George McGovern (D) defeated Leo Thorsness iR), a former prisoner of war. ions. Clearance! 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