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The following table indicates party affiliation in the State of Vermont:
- Governor
- Lieutenant Governor
- Secretary of State
- Attorney General
- State Treasurer
- State Auditor of Accounts
It also indicates historical composition:
- Senate
- House of Representatives
- State delegation to the United States Senate
- State delegation to the United States House of Representatives
Table
The parties are as follows: Anti-Masonic (AM), Democratic (D), Democratic-Republican (DR), Federalist (F), Independent (I), Non-partisan (N), National Republican (NR), National Union (NU), Republican (R), Vermont Progressive (VP), Whig (W), and Coalition.
Year | Executive offices | State Legislature | United States Congress | Electoral College votes | ||||||||
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Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Secretary of State | Attorney General | State Treasurer | State Auditor | State Senate | State House | U.S. Senator (Class I) | U.S. Senator (Class III) | U.S. House | ||
1778 | Thomas Chittenden (N)^{ [1]} | Joseph Marsh (N)^{ [1]} | Not elected | No office | Ira Allen (N)^{ [1]} | Not elected | no representation in Congress | no electoral votes | ||||
1779 | Benjamin Carpenter (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1780 | ||||||||||||
1781 | Elisha Payne (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1782 | Paul Spooner (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1783 | ||||||||||||
1784 | ||||||||||||
1785 | ||||||||||||
1786 | Samuel Mattocks (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1787 | Joseph Marsh (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1788 | ||||||||||||
1789 | Moses Robinson (N)^{ [1]} | |||||||||||
1790 | Thomas Chittenden (N)^{ [1]} | Peter Olcott (N)^{ [1]} | Samuel Hitchcock | |||||||||
1791 | Thomas Chittenden (N) | No Senate^{ [2]} | DR Majority | Moses Robinson (D-R) | Stephen R. Bradley (AA) | 2AA | ||||||
1792 | DR Majority | George Washington and John Adams (I) | ||||||||||
1793 | Daniel Buck | DR Majority | ||||||||||
1794 | Jonathan Hunt (N)^{ [1]} | F Majority | ||||||||||
1795 | vacant | F Majority | Elijah Paine (F) | 1D-R, 1F | ||||||||
1796 | Paul Brigham (DR) | F Majority | John Adams and Thomas Pinckney (F) | |||||||||
1797 | Paul Brigham (DR) | vacant | No office | F Majority | Isaac Tichenor (F) | |||||||
Isaac Tichenor (F) | Paul Brigham (DR) | Nathaniel Chipman (F) | ||||||||||
1798 | F Majority | |||||||||||
1799 | 130F, 34DR | |||||||||||
1800 | Benjamin Swan (I) | 112F, 52DR | John Adams and Charles C. Pinckney (F) | |||||||||
1801 | 99F, 75DR | |||||||||||
1802 | 96DR, 82F | Stephen R. Bradley (D-R) | ||||||||||
1803 | 102DR, 81F | Israel Smith (DR) | 3F, 1DR | |||||||||
1804 | DR Majority | Thomas Jefferson and George Clinton (DR) | ||||||||||
1805 | DR Majority | 2DR, 2F | ||||||||||
1806 | 111DR, 80F | |||||||||||
1807 | Israel Smith (DR) | DR Majority | ||||||||||
1808 | Isaac Tichenor (F) | DR Majority | Jonathan Robinson (DR) | James Madison and George Clinton (DR) | ||||||||
1809 | Jonas Galusha (DR) | 108DR, 91F | 3F, 1DR | |||||||||
1810 | 122DR, 78F | |||||||||||
1811 | 125DR, 65F | 3DR, 1F | ||||||||||
1812 | 129DR, 77F | James Madison and Elbridge Gerry (DR) | ||||||||||
1813 | Martin Chittenden (F) | William Chamberlin (F) | 124DR, 85F | Dudley Chase (DR) | 6DR | |||||||
1814 | 108F, 104DR | |||||||||||
1815 | Jonas Galusha (DR) | Paul Brigham (DR) | 117F, 94DR | Isaac Tichenor (F) | 6F | |||||||
1816 | 114DR, 101F | James Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins (DR) | ||||||||||
1817 | 119DR, 93F | 6DR | ||||||||||
1818 | 148DR, 67F | James Fisk (DR) | ||||||||||
1819 | DR Majority | William A. Palmer (DR) | ||||||||||
1820 | Richard Skinner (DR) | William Cahoon (DR) | DR Majority | |||||||||
1821 | NR Majority | Horatio Seymour (NR) | ||||||||||
1822 | Aaron Leland (DR) | NR Majority | ||||||||||
1823 | Cornelius P. Van Ness (DR) | NR Majority | 5D-R | |||||||||
1824 | NR Majority | John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun (DR) | ||||||||||
1825 | NR Majority | Dudley Chase (NR) | 4NR, 1J | |||||||||
1826 | Ezra Butler (NR) | NR Majority | ||||||||||
1827 | Henry Olin (DR) | DR Majority | 5NR | |||||||||
1828 | Samuel C. Crafts (NR) | DR Majority | John Quincy Adams and Richard Rush (NR) | |||||||||
1829 | DR Majority | 4NR, 1AM | ||||||||||
1830 | Mark Richards (NR) | 136NR, 45J, 33AM | ||||||||||
1831 | William A. Palmer (AM) | Lebbeus Egerton (AM) | 121NR, 76AM, 28J | Samuel Prentiss (NR) | 3NR, 2AM | |||||||
1832 | 83AM, 79NR, 33J^{ [3]} | William Wirt and Amos Ellmaker (AM) | ||||||||||
1833 | Augustine Clarke (AM) | 87AM, 68NR, 40J^{ [3]} | Benjamin Swift (NR) | |||||||||
1834 | 114AM, 105J/NR, 5?^{ [4]} | |||||||||||
1835 | vacant | Silas H. Jennison (W/AM) | 87NR, 86AM, 59J^{ [5]} | |||||||||
1836 | Silas H. Jennison (W)^{ [6]} | David M. Camp (W) | 110AM, 75J, 35NR^{ [5]} | William Henry Harrison and Francis Granger (W) | ||||||||
1837 | vacant | 18W, 12D | 118W, 100D, 2? | 3W, 1D, 1AM | ||||||||
1838 | Henry F. Janes (W) | 20W, 10D | 128W, 88D, 5? | |||||||||
1839 | 156W, 70D, 3 Cons. | Samuel S. Phelps (W) | 2W, 2D, 1AM | |||||||||
1840 | 18W, 12D | 118W, 112D | William Henry Harrison and John Tyler (W) | |||||||||
1841 | Charles Paine (W) | Waitstill R. Ranney (W) | John Spaulding (W) | 28W, 2D | 178W, 56D | 4W, 1AM | ||||||
1842 | 21W, 9D | 127W, 74D, 4? | Samuel C. Crafts (W) | |||||||||
1843 | John Mattocks (W) | Horace Eaton (W) | 16W, 14D | 132W, 99D, 7? | William Upham (W) | 3W, 1D | ||||||
1844 | William Slade (W) | 21W, 9D | 117W, 93D, 7 Lty. | Henry Clay and Theodore Frelinghuysen (W) | ||||||||
1845 | 20W, 10D | 129W, 65D, 8 Lty., 3 vac. | ||||||||||
1846 | Horace Eaton (W) | Leonard Sargeant (W) | Elisha P. Jewett (W) | 23W, 7D | 116W, 67D, 12 Lty., 40 vac. | |||||||
1847 | George Howes (W) | 116W, 68D, 10 Lty., 39 vac. | ||||||||||
1848 | Carlos Coolidge (W) | Robert Pierpoint (W) | 21W, 9D | 104W, 78D, 18 Lty., 37 vac. | Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore (W) | |||||||
1849 | 21W, 7D, 2FS | 102W, 65FS, 49D, 20 vac. | ||||||||||
1850 | Charles K. Williams (W) | Julius Converse (W) | 22W, 7FS, 1D | 120W, 84FS, 10D, 22 vac. | ||||||||
1851 | 20W, 7FS, 3D | 132W, 72FS, 19D, 17 vac. | Solomon Foot (R) | |||||||||
1852 | Erastus Fairbanks (W) | William C. Kittredge (W) | 21W, 8FS, 1D | 112W, 69FS, 30D, 29 vac. | Winfield Scott and William A. Graham (W) | |||||||
1853 | John S. Robinson (D) | Jefferson P. Kidder (D) | John A. Page (D) | 20W, 8D, 2FS | 98W, 59D, 34FS, 47 vac. | Samuel S. Phelps (W) | 3W | |||||
1854 | Stephen Royce (R) | Ryland Fletcher (R) | Henry M. Bates (R) | 17W, 11D, 2FS | 95W, 82D, 37FS, 27 vac.^{ [7]} | Lawrence Brainerd (FS) | ||||||
1855 | 29W, 1D | 133W, 46D, 31FS, 20 vac. | Jacob Collamer (R) | 1R, 1W, 1O | ||||||||
1856 | Ryland Fletcher (R) | James M. Slade (R) | 29R, 1D | 157R, 30A, 28D, 12 vac. | John C. Fremont and William L. Dayton (R) | |||||||
1857 | 30R | 227R, 8D, 4 vac. | 3R | |||||||||
1858 | Hiland Hall (R) | Burnham Martin (R) | 200R, 30D, 2?, 7 vac. | |||||||||
1859 | 29R, 1D | 190R, 38D, 1 Abol., 1W, 9 vac. | ||||||||||
1860 | Erastus Fairbanks (R) | Levi Underwood (R) | John B. Page (R) | 30R | 199R, 32D, 3I, 1W, 4 vac. | Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin | ||||||
1861 | Frederick Holbrook (R) | 29R, 1D | 210R, 25D, 2I, 3 vac. | |||||||||
1862 | Paul Dillingham (R/NU) | 30R | 200R, 17D, 5 vac. | |||||||||
1863 | J. Gregory Smith (R) | R Majority | ||||||||||
1864 | 224R, 14D, 2 vac. | Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson | ||||||||||
1865 | Paul Dillingham (R) | Abraham B. Gardner (R) | 212R, 19D, 2 vac. | |||||||||
1866 | John A. Page (R) | 213R, 11D, 4 vac. | George F. Edmunds (R) | Luke P. Poland (R) | ||||||||
1867 | John B. Page (R) | Stephen Thomas (R) | 224R, 13D, 3 vac. | Justin S. Morrill (R) | ||||||||
1868 | 29R, 1 Cons. | 213R, 25D, 3 vac. | Ulysses S. Grant and Schuyler Colfax (R) | |||||||||
1869 | Peter T. Washburn (R)^{ [8]} | George Whitman Hendee (R) | 30R | 224R, 15D, 2 vac. | ||||||||
1870 | George Whitman Hendee (R) | vacant | 210R, 24D, 1 Cons., 1?, 5 vac. | |||||||||
John W. Stewart (R) | George N. Dale (R) | |||||||||||
1871 | 28R, 2D | 208R, 25D, 1 Cons., 1?, 6 vac. | ||||||||||
1872 | Julius Converse (R) | Russell S. Taft (R) | Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson (R) | |||||||||
1873 | 30R | 216R, 16D, 7 Lib. R, 2 vac. | ||||||||||
1874 | Asahel Peck (R) | Lyman G. Hinckley (R) | ||||||||||
1875 | 29R, 1D | 174R, 50D, 8 Lib. R, 4I, 5 vac. | ||||||||||
1876 | Horace Fairbanks (R) | Redfield Proctor (R) | Rutherford B. Hayes and William A. Wheeler (R) | |||||||||
1877 | 30R | 205R, 31D, 5 vac. | ||||||||||
1878 | Redfield Proctor (R) | Eben Pomeroy Colton (R) | ||||||||||
1879 | 29R, 1D | 175R, 45D, 6GB, 5I, 10 vac. | 2R, 1GB | |||||||||
1880 | Roswell Farnham (R) | John L. Barstow (R) | James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur (R) | |||||||||
1881 | 30R | 217R, 19D, 1GB, 1I, 3 vac. | 3R | |||||||||
1882 | John L. Barstow (R) | Samuel E. Pingree (R) | William H. Dubois (R) | |||||||||
1883 | 28R, 2D | 183R, 47D, 3ID, 2GB, 1I, 5 vac. | 2R | |||||||||
1884 | Samuel E. Pingree (R) | Ebenezer J. Ormsbee (R) | George Nichols (R) | E. Henry Powell (R) | James G. Blaine and John A. Logan | |||||||
1885 | Charles W. Porter (R) | 27R, 3D | 195R, 35D, 4GB, 3I, 1IR, 1 Proh., 2 vac. | |||||||||
1886 | Ebenezer J. Ormsbee (R) | Levi K. Fuller (R) | ||||||||||
1887 | 29R, 1D | 206R, 29D, 1I, 1ID, 1IR, 1 Proh. R, 2 vac. | ||||||||||
1888 | William P. Dillingham (R) | Urban A. Woodbury (R) | Benjamin Harrison and Levi P. Morton (R) | |||||||||
1889 | 30R | 219R, 19D, 1ID, 1I, 4 vac. | ||||||||||
1890 | Carroll S. Page (R) | Henry A. Fletcher (R) | Chauncey W. Brownell (R) | Henry F. Field (R) | ||||||||
1891 | 29R, 1D | 172R, 62D, 2I, 2 Pop., 1ID, 3 vac. | ||||||||||
1892 | Levi K. Fuller (R) | F. Stewart Stranahan (R) | Franklin D. Hale (R) | Redfield Proctor (R) | Benjamin Harrison and Whitelaw Reid (R) | |||||||
1893 | 30R | 200R, 40D, 1 Pop., 2 vac. | ||||||||||
1894 | Urban A. Woodbury (R) | Zophar M. Mansur (R) | ||||||||||
1895 | 228R, 11D, 1I, 1 Pop., 3 vac. | |||||||||||
1896 | Josiah Grout (R) | Nelson W. Fisk (R) | William McKinley and Garret Hobart (R) | |||||||||
1897 | 224R, 19D, 1I, 1 Pop., 1 vac. | |||||||||||
1898 | Edward Curtis Smith (R) | Henry C. Bates (R) | Fred A. Howland (R) | John L. Bacon (R) | Orion M. Barber (R) | |||||||
1899 | 203R, 41D, 1I, 1 Proh. | Jonathan Ross (R) | ||||||||||
1900 | William W. Stickney (R) | Martin F. Allen (R) | William P. Dillingham (R) | William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt (R) | ||||||||
1901 | 196R, 48D, 1ID, 1 vac. | |||||||||||
1902 | John G. McCullough (R) | Zed S. Stanton (R) | Frederick G. Fleetwood (R) | Horace F. Graham (R) | ||||||||
1903 | 25R, 5D | 192R, 48D, 1ID, 1 Lab., 4 vac. | ||||||||||
1904 | Charles J. Bell (R) | Charles H. Stearns (R) | Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks (R) | |||||||||
1905 | 30R | 206R, 33D, 3I, 2ID, 1 Cit. | ||||||||||
1906 | Fletcher D. Proctor (R) | George H. Prouty (R) | Clarke C. Fitts (R) | Edward H. Deavitt (R) | ||||||||
1907 | 199R, 35D, 6I, 2 Fus., 1ID, 1 Pop., 1 Proh., 1 vac. | |||||||||||
1908 | George H. Prouty (R) | John A. Mead (R) | Guy W. Bailey (R) | John G. Sargent (R) | John Wolcott Stewart (R) | William H. Taft and James S. Sherman (R) | ||||||
1909 | 28R, 2D | 201R, 29D, 3I, 3IR, 2 vac. | Carroll S. Page (R) | |||||||||
1910 | John A. Mead (R) | Leighton P. Slack (R) | ||||||||||
1911 | 30R | 194R, 47D, 2I, 1ID, 1IR, 1 Roos. | ||||||||||
1912 | Allen M. Fletcher (R) | Frank E. Howe (R) | Rufus E. Brown (R) | William H. Taft and Nicholas Murray Butler (R) | ||||||||
1913 | 27R, 3D | 147R, 56D, 22VP, 7 Prog. R, 3IR, 2I, 2I Prog., 1ID, 1 Lab., 1 Prog. D, 1 Proh., 3 vac. | ||||||||||
1914 | ||||||||||||
1915 | Charles W. Gates (R) | Hale K. Darling (R) | Herbert G. Barber (R) | Walter F. Scott (R) | 30R | 175R, 32D, 24VP, 4 Prog. R, 4I, 2ID, 2IR, 2 Lab. R, 1I Prog. | ||||||
1916 | Charles Evans Hughes and Charles W. Fairbanks (R) | |||||||||||
1917 | Horace F. Graham (R) | Roger W. Hulburd (R) | Frederick G. Fleetwood (R) | Benjamin Gates (R) | 195R, 42D, 5I, 2IR, 1S, 1 vac. | |||||||
1918 | ||||||||||||
1919 | Percival W. Clement (R) | Mason S. Stone (R) | Harry A. Black (R) | Frank C. Archibald (R) | 29R, 1D | 212R, 25D, 5I, 4IR, 1 vac. | ||||||
1920 | Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge (R) | |||||||||||
1921 | James Hartness (R) | Abram W. Foote (R) | 216R, 22D, 5I, 2IR, 1ID | |||||||||
1922 | ||||||||||||
1923 | Redfield Proctor, Jr. (R) | Franklin S. Billings (R) | Thomas H. Cave (R) | 30R | 203R, 37D, 5I, 1ID, 1IR, 1 vac. | Frank L. Greene (R) | Porter H. Dale (R) | |||||
1924 | Calvin Coolidge and Charles G. Dawes (R) | |||||||||||
1925 | Franklin S. Billings (R) | Walter K. Farnsworth (R) | Aaron H. Grout (R) | 214R, 29D, 5I | ||||||||
1926 | J. Ward Carver (R)^{ [9]} | |||||||||||
1927 | John E. Weeks (R) | Hollister Jackson (R) | Rawson C. Myrick (R) | 217R, 29D, 1ID, 1I | ||||||||
1928 | Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis (R) | |||||||||||
1929 | Stanley C. Wilson (R) | 29R, 1D | 224R, 19D, 4I, 1ID | |||||||||
1930 | ||||||||||||
1931 | Stanley C. Wilson (R) | Benjamin Williams (R) | Lawrence C. Jones (R) | 27R, 3D | 210R, 34D, 3I, 1ID | Frank C. Partridge (R) | ||||||
Warren R. Austin (R) | ||||||||||||
1932 | ||||||||||||
1933 | Charles Manley Smith (R) | 26R, 4D | 200R, 38D, 8I, 2IR | Ernest Willard Gibson (R) | ||||||||
1934 | Ernest Willard Gibson (R) | Charles A. Plumley (R) | ||||||||||
1935 | Charles Manley Smith (R) | George David Aiken (R) | 23R, 7D | 193R, 48D, 6I, 3IR | ||||||||
1936 | Alf Landon and Frank Knox (R) | |||||||||||
1937 | George David Aiken (R) | William Henry Wills (R) | 22R, 8D | 203R, 39D, 4I, 2IR | ||||||||
1938 | ||||||||||||
1939 | 25R, 5D | 204R, 31D, 9I, 1ID, 1IR | ||||||||||
1940 | Ernest W. Gibson, Jr. (R) | Wendell Willkie and Charles L. McNary (R) | ||||||||||
1941 | William Henry Wills (R) | Mortimer R. Proctor (R) | Alban J. Parker (R) | David V. Anderson (R) | 22R, 8D | 197R, 37D, 9I, 3IR | George David Aiken (R) | |||||
1942 | ||||||||||||
1943 | Levi R. Kelley (R) | 28R, 2D | 206R, 28D, 8I, 4IR | |||||||||
1944 | Thomas E. Dewey and John Bricker (R) | |||||||||||
1945 | Mortimer R. Proctor (R) | Lee E. Emerson (R) | 23R, 7D | 213R, 23D, 9I, 1IR | ||||||||
1946 | ||||||||||||
1947 | Ernest W. Gibson, Jr. (R) | Helen E. Burbank (R) | Clifton G. Parker (R) | 27R, 3D | 209R, 28D, 5I, 4IR | Ralph E. Flanders (R) | ||||||
1948 | Thomas E. Dewey and Earl Warren (R) | |||||||||||
1949 | Harold J. Arthur (R) | Howard E. Armstrong (R) | George H. Amidon (R) | 24R, 6D | 208R, 33D, 4I, 1IR | |||||||
1950 | Harold J. Arthur (R) | vacant | ||||||||||
1951 | Lee E. Emerson (R) | Joseph B. Johnson (R) | 29R, 1D | 216R, 22D, 5I, 3IR | Winston L. Prouty (R) | |||||||
1952 | Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon (R) | |||||||||||
1953 | F. Elliott Barber Jr. (R) | 27R, 3D | 223R, 18D, 5I | |||||||||
1954 | ||||||||||||
1955 | Joseph B. Johnson (R) | Consuelo N. Bailey (R) | Robert T. Stafford (R) | 23R, 7D | 221R, 25D | |||||||
1956 | ||||||||||||
1957 | Robert T. Stafford (R) | Frederick M. Reed (R) | 24R, 6D | 212R, 33D, 3I | ||||||||
1958 | ||||||||||||
1959 | Robert T. Stafford (R) | Robert S. Babcock (R) | 22R, 8D | 200R, 46D | Winston L. Prouty (R) | William H. Meyer(D) | ||||||
1960 | Thomas M. Debevoise (R) | Richard M. Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (R) | ||||||||||
1961 | F. Ray Keyser, Jr. (R) | Ralph A. Foote (R) | 23R, 7D | 190R, 50D, 6I | Robert T. Stafford(R) | |||||||
1962 | Charles J. Adams (R) | |||||||||||
1963 | Philip H. Hoff (D) | Charles E. Gibson Jr. (R) | 21R, 9D | 193R, 45D, 5I, 2IR, 1ID | ||||||||
1964 | Lyndon B. Johnson and Hubert Humphrey (D) | |||||||||||
1965 | John J. Daley (D) | Harry H. Cooley (D) | John P. Connarn (D) | Peter J. Hincks (D)^{ [8]} | Jay H. Gordon (D) | 17R, 13D | 195R, 50D, 1I | |||||
1966 | 24R, 6D | 135R, 15D | ||||||||||
1967 | James L. Oakes (R) | 22R, 8D | 93R, 55D, 2I | |||||||||
1968 | Madelyn Davidson (D) | Richard M. Nixon and Spiro Agnew (R) | ||||||||||
1969 | Deane C. Davis (R) | Thomas L. Hayes (R) | Richard C. Thomas (R) | Jim Jeffords (R) | Frank H. Davis (R) | Robert T. King (R) | 100R, 50D | |||||
1970 | ||||||||||||
1971 | John S. Burgess (R) | Alexander V. Acebo (R) | 96R, 54D | Robert T. Stafford (R) | Richard W. Mallary (R) | |||||||
1972 | ||||||||||||
1973 | Thomas P. Salmon (D) | Kimberly B. Cheney (R) | 23R, 7D | 91R, 57D, 1ID, 1I | ||||||||
1974 | ||||||||||||
1975 | Brian D. Burns (D) | M. Jerome Diamond (D) | Stella Hackel (D) | 18R, 12D | 78R, 68D, 2ID, 2I^{ [10]} | Patrick Leahy (D) | Jim Jeffords (R) | |||||
1976 | Gerald Ford and Bob Dole (R) | |||||||||||
1977 | Richard A. Snelling (R) | T. Garry Buckley (R) | James A. Guest (D) | Emory A. Hebard (R) | 21R, 9D | 75R, 73D, 1ID, 1I^{ [10]} | ||||||
1978 | ||||||||||||
1979 | Madeleine M. Kunin (D) | 20R, 10D | 79R, 69D, 2I^{ [10]} | |||||||||
1980 | Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush (R) | |||||||||||
1981 | Jim Douglas (R) | John J. Easton, Jr. (R) | 16R, 14D | 84R, 63D, 2I, 1? | ||||||||
1982 | ||||||||||||
1983 | Peter Plympton Smith (R) | 17R, 13D | 84R, 65D, 1I | |||||||||
1984 | ||||||||||||
1985 | Madeleine M. Kunin (D) | Jeffrey L. Amestoy (R) | 18D, 12R | 77R, 72D, 1I^{ [11]} | ||||||||
1986 | ||||||||||||
1987 | Howard Dean (D) | 75D, 74R, 1I | ||||||||||
1988 | George H.W. Bush and Dan Quayle (R) | |||||||||||
1989 | Paul W. Ruse Jr. (D) | 16D, 14R | 76D, 74R | Jim Jeffords (R) | Peter Plympton Smith (R) | |||||||
1990 | ||||||||||||
1991 | Richard A. Snelling (R) | 15D, 15R^{ [12]} | 75R, 73D, 2VP^{ [11]} | Bernie Sanders (I) | ||||||||
1992 | Howard Dean (D) | vacant | Bill Clinton and Al Gore (D) | |||||||||
1993 | Barbara W. Snelling (R) | Donald M. Hooper (D) | Edward S. Flanagan (D) | 16R, 14D | 87D, 57R, 4I, 2VP | |||||||
1994 | ||||||||||||
1995 | James F. Milne (R) | Jim Douglas (R) | 18R, 12D | 86D, 61R, 2VP, 1I | ||||||||
1996 | ||||||||||||
1997 | Douglas A. Racine (D) | William Sorrell (D)^{ [9]} | 17D, 13R | 89D, 57R, 3VP, 1I | ||||||||
1998 | ||||||||||||
1999 | Deborah Markowitz (D) | 77D, 66R, 4VP, 2I, 1 Lib. | ||||||||||
2000 | Al Gore and Joe Lieberman (D) | |||||||||||
2001 | Elizabeth M. Ready (D) | 16D, 14R | 83R, 62D, 4VP, 1I | Jim Jeffords (I) | ||||||||
2002 | 82R, 63D, 4VP, 1I^{ [13]} | |||||||||||
2003 | Jim Douglas (R) | Brian Dubie (R) | Jeb Spaulding (D) | 19D, 11R | 73R, 70D, 4VP, 3I | |||||||
2004 | John Kerry and John Edwards (D) | |||||||||||
2005 | Randy Brock (R) | 21D, 9R | 83D, 60R, 6VP, 1I | |||||||||
2006 | ||||||||||||
2007 | Thomas M. Salmon (D) | 23D, 7R | 93D, 49R, 6VP, 2I | Bernie Sanders (I) | Peter Welch (D) | |||||||
2008 | Barack Obama and Joe Biden (D) | |||||||||||
2009 | Thomas M. Salmon (R) | 95D, 48R, 5VP, 2I | ||||||||||
2010 | ||||||||||||
2011 | Peter Shumlin (D) | Phil Scott (R) | Jim Condos (D) | Beth Pearce (D) | 20D, 8R, 2VP | 94D, 48R, 5VP, 3I | ||||||
2012 | ||||||||||||
2013 | Doug Hoffer (D/VP) | 20D, 7R, 3VP | 96D, 45R, 5VP, 4I | |||||||||
2014 | ||||||||||||
2015 | 18D, 9R, 3VP | 85D, 53R, 6VP, 6I | ||||||||||
2016 | Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (D) | |||||||||||
2017 | Phil Scott (R) | David Zuckerman (VP/D) | T.J. Donovan (D) | 21D, 7R, 2VP | 83D, 53R, 7VP, 7I | |||||||
2018 | ||||||||||||
2019 | 22D, 6R, 2VP | 93D, 42R, 7VP, 5I | ||||||||||
Year | Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Secretary of State | Attorney General | State Treasurer | State Auditor | State Senate | State House | U.S. Senator (Class I) | U.S. Senator (Class III) | U.S. House | Electoral College votes |
Executive offices | State Legislature | United States Congress |
See also
Notes
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} ^{c} ^{d} ^{e} ^{f} ^{g} ^{h} ^{i} ^{j} ^{k} ^{l} Represented the Vermont Republic.
- ^ Vermont had a unicameral legislature until 1836, when a constitutional amendment was passed establishing the Senate.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} The Anti-Masons joined with the Jacksonians and elected John Smith, a Jacksonian, as Speaker, and organized the chamber.
- ^ The Anti-Masons re-elected John Smith, a Jacksonian, as Speaker, and organized the chamber.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} The Anti-Masons joined with the National Republicans to re-elect Ebenezer N. Briggs, a National Republican, as Speaker, and organized the chamber.
- ^ During his lieutenant governorship, no governor was elected, and Jennison became acting governor. In 1836, he was elected governor.
- ^ A Free Soil Democrat, Horatio Needham, was elected as Speaker in a coalition between the Democrats and Free Soilers.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} Died in office.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} Appointed to fill vacancy.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} ^{c} A Democrat, Timothy J. O'Connor, Jr., was elected as Speaker. [1]
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} A Democrat, Ralph G. Wright, was elected as Speaker. [2] [3]
- ^ Lt. Governor Howard Dean broke the tie, giving power to the Democrats
- ^ Democrat Tim Ryan replaced Republican Tom McGrath on January 8, 2002.