1990 Connecticut gubernatorial election
|Elections in Connecticut|
The Connecticut gubernatorial election of 1990 included a three-way race for a seat left open when Governor Bill O'Neill declined to run for re-election. A Connecticut Party nominee Lowell Weicker won the election, becoming the first third party candidate to win a gubernatorial election since the 1970s in Maine.
- John G. Rowland, U.S. Representative
A Connecticut Party
|A Connecticut Party||Lowell Weicker||460,576||40.94|
|Republican||John G. Rowland||427,840||38.03|
- "Understanding the 1990 Connecticut Gubernatorial Election". U.S. Election Atlas. Retrieved August 29, 2016.
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