1995 United States gubernatorial elections
3 states; 1 territory
United States gubernatorial elections were held on November 7, 1995 in three states and one territory. Prior to the elections, Democrats held two seats and Republicans one. With the Republican gain of the open seat in Louisiana, Republicans held two seats and Democrats one following the elections.
A bolded state name features an article about the specific election.
|Kentucky||Brereton Jones||Democratic||Term-limited, Democratic victory||Paul Patton (Democratic) 50.9%|
Larry Forgy (Republican) 48.7%
Gatewood Galbraith (Independent) 0.4%
|Louisiana||Edwin Edwards||Democratic||Retired, Republican victory||Mike Foster (Republican) 63.5%|
Cleo Fields (Democratic) 36.5%
|Mississippi||Kirk Fordice||Republican||Re-elected, 55.6%||Dick Molpus (Democratic) 44.4%|
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