1974 Michigan gubernatorial election

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Michigan gubernatorial election, 1974

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Turnout55.52%
  William G. Milliken 2 (Michigan Governor).jpg Sanderlevin (cropped).jpg
Nominee William Milliken Sander Levin
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 1,356,865 1,242,247
Percentage 51.1% 46.8%

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County results

Governor before election

William G. Milliken
Republican

Governor

William G. Milliken
Republican

The 1974 Michigan gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1974. William Milliken was elected to his second term as Governor of Michigan.[1]

Michigan gubernatorial election, 1974
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican William G. Milliken 1,356,865 51.07
Democratic Sander M. Levin 1,242,247 46.75
Human Rights Zolton Ferency 28,675 1.08
American Independent Hugh McDermand Davidson 20,278 0.76
American Conservative Party (US) Eldon K. Andrews 4,117 0.15
Socialist Workers Robin Maisel 1,505
Socialist Labor James Horvath 1,296 0.06
Communist Thomas Dennis 1,119 0.04
U.S. Labor Peter Signorelli 898 0.03
Total votes 2,657,000 100.0
Republican hold

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