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1980 United States 1988
Republican Presidential Primaries, 1984
February 20, 1984 to July 1, 1984
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Harold E. Stassen.jpg Ben Fernandez.jpg
Nominee Ronald Reagan Harold Stassen Benjamin Fernandez
Party Republican Republican Republican
Home state California Pennsylvania California
States carried 50+D.C. 0 0
Popular vote 6,484,987 12,749 202
Percentage 98.78% 0.19% 0.00%
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Reagan won every statewide contest, many by a large margin
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Primaries

Ronald Reagan—the incumbent president—was the assured nominee for the Republican Party. The popular vote from the Republican primaries was as follows:[1]

  • Ronald Reagan (inc.): 6,484,987 (98.78%)
  • Unpledged delegates: 55,458 (0.85%)
  • Harold Stassen: 12,749 (0.19%)
  • Benjamin Fernandez: 202 (0.00%)

Reagan was renominated by a vote of 2,233 (two delegates abstained). For the only time in American history, the vice presidential roll call was taken concurrently with the presidential roll call. Vice President George H. W. Bush was overwhelmingly renominated. This was the last time in the 20th century that the Vice Presidential candidate of either major party was nominated by roll call vote.

The Balloting
Presidential Ballot Vice Presidential Ballot
Ronald Reagan 2,233 George H. W. Bush 2,231
Abstaining 2 Abstaining 2
Jack Kemp 1
Jeane Kirkpatrick 1

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