1974 New Mexico gubernatorial election
Apodaca: 50–60% 60–70% 70–80%
Skeen: 50–60% 60–70%
|Elections in New Mexico|
The 1974 New Mexico gubernatorial election took place on November 5, 1974, in order to elect the Governor of New Mexico. Due to term limits, incumbent Democrat Bruce King was ineligible to seek a second term as Governor.
The Democratic primary was won by state senator Jerry Apodaca.
|Democratic||Tibo J. Chavez||35,090||23.61|
|Democratic||Bobby M. Mayfield||22,806||15.35|
The Republican primary was won by former state senator Joe Skeen.
|Republican||John P. Eastham||15,003||29.48|
|Republican||James L. Hughes||4,758||9.35|
|Republican||Walter E. Bruce||2,913||5.72|
|American Independent||Gene Gonzales||4,140||1.26|
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