Rhode Island Total Vote Turnout '88-'84
Registered Voting %
2004 709,050 440,372 62.1073%
2000 671,612 412,074 61.3560%
37,438 28,298 0.7514%
RI Pres. 2004 Bush Kerry Badnarik (Lib) Cobb (Green) Peroutka (Cons) Nader (Reform) Parker (WW) Write-in (NP) President 04
169,046 259,760 907 1,333 339 4,651 253 845 0 437,134 (3,238) -0.7353%
38.6714% 59.4234% 0.2075% 0.3049% 0.0776% 1.0640% 0.0579% 0.1933% 0.0000% 8,328
RI Pres. 2000 Bush Gore (D) Browne (Lib) Buchanan (Ref) Hagelin Nader (G) Phillips Harris Moorehead(WW) McReynolds President 00 28,351 6.9355%
130,555 249,508 742 2,273 271 25,052 97 34 199 52 408,783 (3,291) -0.7986%
31.9375% 61.0368% 0.1815% 0.5560% 0.0663% 6.1284% 0.0237% 0.0083% 0.0487% 0.0127% 28,435
Difference 38,491 10,252 165 (940) 68 (20,401) 156 811 (199) (52)
RI Senate 96 Nancy Mayer (R) Reed (D) Lovejoy (NL) Senate 1996
127,368 230,676 5,327 363,371
35.0518% 63.4822% 1.4660% Ind. total 5,327
RI Senate 00 Chafee (R) Weygand (D) Young (Ref) Proulx (Ind) Senate 2000 -27982
222,588 161,023 4,107 3,635 391,353
56.8765% 41.1452% 1.0494% 0.9288% Ind. total 7,742
Difference (95,220) 69,653 1,220 (3,635)
RI House 1-04 David Rogers -R Kennedy (D) Write-in
69,819 124,923 0 0 268 195,010
35.8028% 64.0598% 0.0000% 0.0000% 0.1374%
RI House 1-00 Cabral (R) Kennedy (D) 10,046
61,522 123,442 0 0 184,964
33.2616% 66.7384% 0.0000% 0.0000%
8,297 1,481 (0) (0)
RI House 2-04 Barton (Rep) Langevin (D) Morabito (I) Hayes, Jr. (Soc Write-in
43,139 154,392 6,196 3,303 135 207,165
20.8235% 74.5261% 2.9909% 1.5944% 0.0652%
RI House 2-00 Tingle (R) Langevin (D) Driver (CforC) Hayes (G) 8,267
27,932 123,805 42,625 4,536 198,898
14.0434% 62.2455% 21.4306% 2.2806%
15,207 30,587 (36,429) (1,233)
Total Rhode Island
2004 112,958 279,315 6,196 3,303 403 0
2000 89,454 247,247 42,625 4,536 0 0 RI House 00 RI House 96
23,504 32,068 (36,429) (1,233) 403 0 383,862 402,175 18,313
RI House Republicans Democrats Unopposed Reps. Unopposed Dems. Total Unopposed
2004 0 2 0 0 0
2000 0 2 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
Questions Approve Reject
RI Question #8 Open Space Bonds ($70,000,000) 262,486 70.7828% 108,347 370,833 0.07
RI Question #3 Transportation Bond for roads, highways, bridges, buses ($66,520,000) 245,153 66.4847% 123,583 368,736 0.14
RI Question #5 Higher Education Residence Hall Bond ($50,000,000) 188,805 51.2196% 179,814 368,619 0.21
RI Question#11 Historic Preservation and Heritage Bonds ($3 million) 205,267 56.0034% 161,259 366,526 0.29
RI Question #4 Regional Career & Technical Schools (h.s.) Bond ($15 million) 207,005 56.4982% 159,387 366,392 0.36
RI Question #7 Emergency interconnect among water systems bond ($10 million) 247,845 67.6935% 118,283 366,128 0.43
RI Question #9 Pell Undersea Exploration Center Bonds (U.RI) ($14 million) 185,045 50.5911% 180,721 365,766 0.50
RI Question#10 Athletic Performance Center/Meade Stadium Bonds ($6.7 million) 244,988 67.4974% 117,971 362,959 0.57
RI Question #6 Cranston Street Armory Refurbishment for Offices Bonds ($12.3 million) 240,412 66.3138% 122,125 362,537 0.64
RI Question#12 State Owned Facilities Bond ($46.5 million) 192,923 53.2592% 169,311 362,234 0.71
RI Question#14 Quonset Point/Davisville Economic Development Bonds ($48 million) 206,243 57.3385% 153,451 359,694 0.79
RI Question#13 University of RI Center for Biotechnology and Life Bonds ($50 million) 205,611 57.8435% 149,850 355,461 0.86
RI Question #2 Constitutional Convention to Amend or Revise the Constitution 175,601 51.9688% 162,296 337,897 0.93
RI Question #1 Separation of Powers, Senators and Reps hold one office only 257,308 78.3177% 71,236 328,544 1.00
Rhode Island Number 1 issue in 2000, $60 million water quality management bond 260,362 75.3539% 85,157 345,519