1991 United States gubernatorial elections
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3 states; 1 territory
United States gubernatorial elections were held on November 5, 1991 in three states and one territory. Prior to the elections, Democrats held two seats and Republicans held one. The national balance of power did not change as a result of the elections, but the balance of power shifted in two states.
A bolded state name features an article about the specific election.
|Kentucky||Wallace Wilkinson||Democratic||Term-limited, Democratic victory||Brereton Jones (Democratic) 64.7%|
Larry Hopkins (Republican) 35.3%
|Louisiana||Buddy Roemer||Republican||Defeated in primary (26.5%), Democratic victory||Edwin Edwards (Democratic) 33.7% (61.2% in runoff)|
David Duke (Republican) 31.7% (38.3% in runoff)
Buddy Roemer (Republican) 28%
Clyde Holloway (Republican) 5.3%
Sam Jones (Democratic) 0.8%
Ed Karst (no party) 0.6%
|Mississippi||Ray Mabus||Democratic||Defeated, 47.6%||Kirk Fordice (Republican) 50.8%|
Shawn O'Hara (Independent) 1.6%
Note: Candidates' vote percentages are rounded to the nearest tenth of one percent. Candidates earning 0.05% or more of the vote are included.
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