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Minutes shall be kept by all Committees and Conventions of official
actions taken and a copy shall be filed with the Chairman of the
appropriate Committee or Convention and with Republican State Head-
quarters.
II. Financial Accounts

The Chairman, Treasurer, and Finance Chairman of the County, District,
and State Committees shall keep faithful and accurate records of any and



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all monies received by them for the use of said Committees and shall make
faithful and accurate reports thereof when so requested.

ARTICLE XVII
APPOINTMENTS

I. Notification

It shall be the duty of the State Chairman to transmit notice of all known
vacancies on a District or State level to those persons having jurisdiction
in such appointments.
II. County Appointments

When a vacancy occurs in a governmental office in any properly organized
County, such vacancy shall be filled by recommendation of the State
Chairman and County Executive Committee.

III. District Appointments

When a vacancy occurs in a governmental office on a District level, such
vacancy shall be filled by recommendation of the State Chairman, only
upon majority vote of the National Committeeman and National Com-
mitteewoman and members of the State Executive Committee from the
counties embraced in the territory served by the office in question, at a
meeting called for that purpose.

IV. State Appointments

When a vacancy occurs in a governmental office on the state level, such
vacancy shall be filled by recommendation of the State Chairman, only
upon majority vote of the State Executive Committee at a meeting called
for that purpose.

ARTICLE XVIII
FORFEITURE OF OFFICIAL PRIVILEGES

Any officer or member of Precinct Committee, County Executive Committee,
District Committee, State Executive Committee, or State Central Committee
who, for any reason is removed or resigns from said position shall forfeit all
rights and privileges in any way connected with that position.

ARTICLE XIX
NATIONAL CONVENTION RULES

The first ballot vote of the North Carolina delegates to the Republican
National Presidential Convention shall equal, rounded off to the nearest
delegate, the percentage vote received in the North Carolina Presidential
Preference Primary by each candidate, subject to limitation that no candidate
who received less than 10% (ten percent) of the total vote in said primary shall
be entitled to receive votes cast by the North Carolina delegation. The Delegate
vote on the first (1st) ballot attributable to those candidates who received less
ten (10%) percent of the Primary vote shall be allocated among those
candidates who received at least ten (10%) percent of the Primary vote on a pro
rata basis. Any votes cast as "uncommitted" or "no preference" in the
Presidential Election Primary will be considered as a candidate category when



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determining the number of delegates apportioned. The ten (10%) percent rule
applies also to this category. "After the vote on the first ballot by a political
party at its National Convention, as required by this Article, all responsibility
under this Article shall terminate and further ballotting shall be the prerogative
of the political parties as might be prescribed by the rules of such political
parties." (G. S. 163-213.8) In the event of the death or withdrawal of a candidate
prior to the first ballot, any delegate votes which would otherwise be allocated
to him, shall be considered uncommitted.

ARTICLE XX
APPLICABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS PLAN

I. Rules as to Towns and Cities

This Plan of Organization is not intended to extend to, or establish
organizations for the Republican Party of the various towns and cities of
the State of North Carolina as separate units from the precinct and county
organization. Qualified and registered Republican voters of the towns and
cities of the state may organize and promulgate their own rules not
inconsistent with these rules and the organizations herein established.
II. Rules as to Counties and Districts

The Precinct and County Committees and County Conventions, and the
District Committees and Conventions are authorized to promulgate such
additional rules and establish such additional Party officers or committees
for their respective organizations, not inconsistent with these rules, as
shall be deemed necessary. Counties may establish Executive Boards to
transact the business of the Party between County Executive Committee
meetings.

III. Controversies

Controversies in any County or District with respect to the organizations
set up therein under this Plan, shall be referred to the State Chairman,
State Vice Chairman National Committeeman, National Committee-
woman, and General Counsel for arbitration. Ruling shall be made within
sixty (60) days and their decision shall be final.

IV. Parliamentary Authority

Roberts Rules of Order Newly Revised shall govern all proceedings, except
when inconsistent with this State Plan of Organization or Convention
Rules properly adopted.
V. Effective Date of this Plan

This Plan of Organization shall become effective and repeal and supercede
all other rules, except as specifically noted, immediately following adjourn-
ment of the State Convention in Wilmington, North Carolina, on May 20,
1989. This, however, shall not invalidate any action taken under the
previous rules prior to the date above.



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REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
(Primary Officers)

Chairman R. Jack Hawke Raleigh

Vice Chairman Ehnor Swaim SaHsbury

Secretary Jane Grube Cape Carteret

Assitant Secretary Joyce Glass Clemmons

Treasurer Carl Ward Raleigh

Assistant Treasurer Mary Elizabeth Irvin Greensboro

General Counsel Art Zeldman Raleigh

Finance Chairman Steve Stroud Raleigh

National Committeeman Jack Laughery Rocky Mount

National Committeewoman Mary Alice Warren Winston-Salem

Joint Cacus Leader Bob Shaw Greensboro

Senate Minority Leader Donald R. Kincaid Lenior

House Minority Leader Johnathan Rhyne Lincolnton

Director of Minority Affairs Thomas Stith Durham

Assistant Dir. of Minority Affairs ... Larry R. Linney Asheville

Young Republican Federation Doug Story Greenville

James Proctor Rocky Mount

Cindy Story Greenville

Republican Women Federation Iris Dlugos Hickory

Margaret King Charlotte

Joyce Glass Clemmons

College Republican Federation Bill Peasley Erwin

Teenage Republican Federation Gustav Larsson Chapel Hill



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT COMMITTEES

First District

Chairman Steven P. Rader Washington

Vice Chairman Shirley E. Perry Hertford

Secretary Nita D. Rasberry Greenville

Treasurer Sue B. Sutton Kinston

Finance Chairman Levi Lilly Newport

Second District

Chairman Dr. Faye B. Eagles Rocky Mount

Vice Chairman F. Douglas Bibby Durham

Secretary Julie Simons Durham

Treasurer Andrew B. Howard Roanoke Rapids

Finance Chairman John E. Bishop Rocky Mount

Third District

Chairman Tommy Pollard Jacksonville

Vice Chairman Donna Creech Wilston Mills

Secretary Colette T. Yetka Goldsboro

Treasurer Dorothy Bursey Sanford

Finance Chairman J.D. Teachey Wallace

Fourth District

Chairman Larry E. Norman Louisburg

Vice Chairman Debra C. Beatty Raleigh

Secretary Nancy Rector Louisburg

Treasurer Tam de St. Aubin Jr Sanford

Finance Chairman Melvin Cheaves Louisburg



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Fifth District

Chairman Jack M. Bailey Walnut Cove

Vice Chairman Billie Shelton Winston-Salem

Secretary Joann Sexton West Jefferson

Treasurer Lyons Gray Winston-Salem

Finance Chairman Dewitt E. Rhoades Kernersville

Sixth District

Chairman Ruby Ogburn Greensboro

Vice Chairman Jan Scott Burlington

Secretary Connie Leonard Lexington

Treasurer Dena Barnes Summerfield

Finance Chairman B.J. Barnes Summerfield

Seventh District

Chairman Marie Moore Fayetteville

Vice Chairman John Dozier Southport

Secretary Alice Cumberworth Wilmington

Treasurer Richard Rabon Greenville

Finance Chairman Ed Poole Fayetteville

Eighth District

Chairman George W. Little Southern Pines

Vice Chairman Maxine Boger Mocksville

Secretary Judy Davis Wingate

Treasurer Josh Morton Albemarle

Finance Chairman Stuart Paine Southern Pines

Ninth District

Chairman William L. Walker Statesville

Vice Chairman Barbara "Bobbie" Baker Vale

Secretary Anne Z. Green Charlotte

Treasurer Dorothy A. Presser Charlotte

Tenth District

Chairman Sarah Knowles Gastonia

Vice Chairman Ed Readling Hickory

Secretary Roma B. Melton Banner Elk

Treasurer Alex Barringer Hickory

Eleventh District

Chairman Marie E. Ledbetter Asheville

Vice Chairman W.P. Bradley Hayesville

Secretary Kathryn H. Willis Zirconia

Treasurer Douglas Huntley Forest City



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REPUBLICAN COUNTY CHAIRMEN

Alamance Melvin King Mebane

Alexander Peggy Davis Taylorsville

Alleghany Eldon Edwards Sparta

Anson Ruth F. Mercer Polkton

Ashe W.M. Lewis West Jefferson

Avery Douglas Clark Newland

Beaufort Marshall Stephenson Washington

Bertie Judy Bowen Windsor

Balden Billy Ray Pait Bladenboro

Brunswick Malcolm Grissett Shallotte

Buncombe Tom Dabney Asheville

Burke Donald E. Smith Morganton

Cabarrus Leinster W. Whitley Midland

Caldwell Robert Brady Lenoir

Camden Tony Marcello Camden

Carteret Ben Ball Morehead City

Caswell Doris H. Moore Yanceyville

Catawba W. Grimes Byerly Hickory

Chatham John Grimes Siler City

Cherokee Nell A. White Murphy

Chowan Paul O'Neal Edenton

Clay Howard Whimpey Haynesville

Cleveland Cheryl Sisk Shelby

Columbus Leroy Stocks Whiteville

Craven Paul Harrison New Bern

Cumberland Robert D. Inman Fayetteville

Currituck Ray Etheridge Elizabeth City

Dare J. Robert Wills Kitty Hawk

Davidson Jerry Dockham Denton

Davie Kenneth D. Boger Mocksville

Duplin Deri G. Walker Mt. Olive

Durham Dan McClary Durham

Edgecombe J. W. Stallings Battleboro

Forsyth Joseph J. Gatto Winston-Salem

Franklin Robert Rector Louisburg

Gaston Sandra R. Page Gastonia

Gates Earl Rountree Sunbury

Graham Delmus Shuler Robbinsville

Granville Jimmie V. Morris Oxford

Greene Lucinda Kilpatrick Snow Hill

Guilford J. Van Myers Greensboro

Halifax Bob Everett Palmyra

Harnett Danny Moody Fuquay-Varina

Haywood Vicki Ottinger Waynesville

Henderson Jere Hyder Hendersonville

Hertford Roger Askew Ahoskie

Hoke Hariett McDonald Raeford

Hyde Wayne Hodges Swan Quarter

Iredell James B. Mallory, HI Statesville

Jackson Charles E. "Chig" Cagle Sylva

Johnston Billie C. Stevens Wilson Mills

Jones Jessie Ray Eubanks Pollocksville

Lee Judi Womack Sanford

Lenoir Michael Sutton Kinston

Lincoln Jimmy R. Lail Lincolnton

Macon Deborah Strum Franklin

Madison Anthony Willis Mars Hill



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Martin Dorothy C. Williford Everetts

McDowell Darwin E. Neubauer Marion

Mecklenburg Carol C. Donaldson Charlotte

Mitchell Frank H. Fox Spruce Pine

Montgomery Betsy Green Troy

Moore Maggi Roberts Pinehurst

Nash Helen H. Laughery Rocky Mount

New Hanover Daniel Lee Brawley Wilmington

Northampton Jean T. Barnes Woodland

Onslow Patrick D. Farmer Jacksonville

Orange Charles P. Trumbull Hillsborough

Pamlico Daphene Yeomans Vandemere

Pasquotank Pete Lacy Elizabeth City

Pender Carol Brandon Hampstead

Perquimans Wallace E. Nelson Hertford

Person George W. Jackson Roxboro

Pitt Gordon Walker Greenville

Polk Lawrence Poe Tryon

Randolph Charles T. Browne Asheboro

Richmond George E. Crump, HI Rockingham

Robeson J.W. Sellers Lumberton

Rockingham Tom Witty Summerfield

Rowan Terri Hess Salisbury

Rutherford Dan Good Bostic

Sampson Betty Jo Faircloth Clinton

Scotland VACANT

Stanly B.A. Smith Stanfield

Stokes Carol Bailey Walnut Cove

Surry William F. Huckaby Pilot Mountain

Swain Everett Crisp Whittier

Transylvania Kenneth F. Hadermann Brevard

Tyrrell Dennis W. Swain, Sr Columbia

Union Donald R. Giffin Monroe

Vance Percy R. Stewart Henderson

Wake Arch T. Allen, HI Raleigh

Warren Henrey C. Hayes Warrenton

Washington Jimmy S. Davenport Roper

Watauga David Blust Boone

Wayne David Quick Goldsboro

Wilkes Claude E. Billings, Jr Wilkesboro

Wilson Jean H. Fisher Wilson

Yadkin James L. Graham Yadkinville

Yancey Wade T. Harding Burnsville



PART VII



Election Returns and
Voter Registration Statistics



CHAPTER ONE
Voting in North Carolina

VOTER REGISTRATION

In 1966, the State Board of Elections began publishing statistical data on
voter registration for the 100 counties in North Carolina. The first report was
made in July of that year and showed a total registration of 1,933,763 voters—
1,540,499 Democrats and 344,700 Republicans. This first report also indicated
that 1,653,796 white voters and 281,134 non-white voters were registered to
vote. Subsequent reports have been issued at periodic intervals, usually every
two years, following the close of the registration books for each voting period.

During the past 20 years, there has been a steady increase in voter
registration in North Carolina. Aside from the growth in the voting population
attributed to the "baby boom" years, two other factors have influenced this
rise— the passage of the 26th amendment to the Constitution of the United
States and major emphasis on getting non-white, eligible citizens to register to
vote.

The 26th amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which granted
the right to vote to those citizens in the 18 - 20 year old age bracket, was declared
in force in June, 1971. However, there was not a sudden, dramatic increase in
the number of registered voters. The new eligible voters did not immediately
exercise their new right to vote by registering. Census figures for 1970 census
indicated that there were around 400,000 people living in North Carolina that
fell within the 18-20 bracket, yet a report issued in October, 1973 by the State
Board of Elections indicates that only 130,813 had actually registered. Recent
indications are that the numbers have only slightly improved.

Better results appear to have occurred in the area of minority voter
registration. Political parties and leaders in the minority rights movement
have spent a lot of effort encouraging non-white citizens to register to vote,
thereby becoming more active in the political process. In October, 1968, records
indicated there were 326,487 non-white registered voters in North Carolina. Ten
years later in 1978, this figure had increased only 20 percent to 393,327;
however, in the past ten years, voter registration statistics released on October
10, 1988, show 681,375 non-white.registered voters, an increase of 73 percent
since 1978.

The most recent report issued by the State Board of Elections shows a total
registration of 3,432,042 voters— 2,247,759 Democrats, 1,016,546 Republicans,
and 167,737 unaffiliated or minor third party registration. Politically speaking,
the Republican Party has made the most gains over the past twenty-two years
with an increase of 671,846 voters compared to 313,996 for the Democratic
Party. However, these increases seem relatively insignificant when viewed in



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light of those eUgible citizens who are not registered. Projected census figures
for 1988 indicate that more than 4,800,000 residents of voting age (18 years or
older) lived in North Carolina. This means there were nearly 1.4 million
citizens who, for whatever reason, were not registered to vote, but could have
been. This represents over 29 percent of the eligible voting population of North
Carolina.

Voter registration is a function of the County Boards of Elections who
operate under guidelines set out in the General Statutes of North Carolina.
Each county has its own board, and citizens are registered based on the county
in which they reside.

Periodically, purges of voter registration files are conducted in accordance
with law to remove voters who have not exercised their right to vote during a
specified period of time. G.S. 163-69 states that "Any voter who neither voted in
the first or the second of the two most recent consecutive presidential elections,
and who failed to vote in any other election conducted in the period between the
two presidential elections shall be purged." However, removal is not automatic.
Individuals are notified of their impending removal and given an opportunity
to have their name remain on the books. The purge process ensures accuracy
and provides a means of keeping the voter registration books as up to date as
possible.



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Registration Statistics
PRIMARY ELECTIONS, MAY 3, 1988



County

Alamance ....
Alexander ...
Alleghany ...

Anson

Ashe

Avery

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ...

Buncombe ...

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland ....
Columbus ....
Craven

Cumberland

Currituck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe ..

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson ...

Hertford

Hoke

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson



No.


Total


Precincts


Registration


31


53,567


16


16,319


7


6,431


12


11,322


19


15,351


19


8,765


30


21,200


12


12,094


17


17,044


22


26,166


54


92,885


35


36,258


31


45,309


24


33,876


3


3,417


35


25,922


10


11,343


39


55,711


20


21,252


16


12,903


6


6,699


9


5,621


24


39,517


26


29,761


25


30,208


53


82,526


11


6,243


16


11,211


41


58,552


12


14,516


19


19,550


47


92,273


21


29,515


83


138,725


13


16,505


45


74,989


7


5,504


5


5,464


19


16,869


13


7,951


96


180,413


30


27,718


22


26,538


31


25,712


32


37,580


12


14,070


13


8,881


7


3,409


24


45,636


18


15,344



Democrats



epublicans


Unaffiliated


14,012


2,808


7,527


1,014


1,488


155


791


90


6,634


585


6,626


239


4,026


458


555


116


1,234


216


8,140


844


28,759


4,870


12,651


1,951


15,154


1,873


14,151


2,384


167


21


8,448


1,749


847


100


24,199


4,225


4,680


850


4,915


624


913


153


2,446


497


7,796


1,344


2,794


311


7,311


1,421


17,391


3,826


708


267


2,740


836


24,193


2,527


8,068


541


2.499


104


16,275


5,402


3,335


443


44,146


8,582


2,253


234


23,980


3,450


180


49


2,432


166


1,370


241


514


65


55,132


9,628


2,010


414


5,243


382


5,639


709


19,065


2,166


999


126


604


66


249


45


14,874


1,846


4,464


769



36,747
7,778
4,788

10,441
8,132

1,900
16,736
11,423
15,594

17,182

59,256
21,656
28,282
17,341
3,229

15,725
10,396

27,287

15,722

7,364

5,633

2,678

30,377

26,656

21,476

61,309
5,268
7,635

31,832
5,907

16,947
70,596
25,737
85,997
14,018

47,559
5,275
2,866

15,258
7,372

115,653
25,294
20,913
19,364
16,349

12,945

8,211

3,115

28,916

10,111



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PRIMARY ELECTIONS, MAY 3, 1988 (Continued)

No. Total

County Precincts Registration Democrats Republicans Unaffiliated

Johnston 29

Jones 7

Lee 11

Lenoir 22

Lincoln 22

Macon 15

Madison 12

Martin 13

McDowell 17

Mecklenburg 118

Mitchell 11

Montgomery 15

Moore 21

Nash 23

New Hanover 35

Northampton 18

Onslow 24

Orange 39

Pamlico 17

Pasquotank 13

Pender 17

Perquimans 7

Person 14

Pitt 25

Polk 10

Randolph 39

Richmond 16

Robeson 40

Rockingham 31

Rowan 40

Rutherford 23

Sampson 24

Scotland 8

Stanly 24

Stokes 20

Surry 28

Swain 5

Transylvania 17

Tyrrell 6

Union 26

Vance 16

Wake 96

Warren 14

Washington 6

Watauga 20

Wayne 20

Wilkes 30

Wilson 25

Yadkin 12

Yancey 11

Totals 2,395 3,191,502 2,152,952 899,162 139,388



35,770


27,488


7,482


800


5,570


5,185


348


37


18,871


14,910


3,505


456


28,910


23,696


4,922


292


25,662


15,722


8,792


1,148


13,664


7,754


5,111


799


11,143


7,561


3,213


369


12,688


11,365


1,156


167


17,805


12,083


4,911


811


259,902


153,373


91,497


15,032


9,873


2,112


7,526


235


12,695


9,193


3,100


402


30,836


15,885


13,139


1,812


35,419


26,889


7,887


643


56,944


37,049


17,874


2,021


12,396


12,102


267


27


32,179


23,623


7,060


1,496


50,165


36,569


9,984


3,612


6,438


5,412


863


163


13,564


11,008


1,992


564


13,891


11,201


2,364


326


5,057


4,486


489


82


13,886


12,276


1,386


224


45,702


35,001


9,191


1,510


9,709


5,232


3,823


654


48,384


21,059


24,909


2,416


20,633


18,114


2,266


253


51,555


47,075


3,710


770


40,158


30,053


8,423


1,682


48,986


27,913


18,652


2,421


26,764


19,417


6,549


798


28,932


18,956


9,570


406


13,231


10,941


1,636


654


25,954


15,057


9,628


1,269


20,965


11,870


8,433


662


29,602


18,550


10,062


990


7,332


5,060


1,934


338


14,557


7,727


5,531


1,299


2,158


2,003


143


12


34,996


23,302


10,211


1,482


19,688


18,053


1,445


190


198,073


129,287


56,237


12,549


10,465


10,018


372


75


7,742


7,090


529


123


23,507


11,384


10,251


1,872


39,592


30,885


7,946


761


35,688


14,601


19,698


1,389


31,877


26,140


5,337


400


16,110


6,239


9,338


533


11,159


6,737


3,843


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GENERAL ELECTIONS, NOVEMBER 8, 1988



County

Alamance ....
Alexander ...
Alleghany ...

Anson

Ashe

Avery

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ...

Buncombe ...

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland ....
Columbus ....
Craven

Cumberland

Currituck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe ..

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson ...

Hertford

Hoke

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson



No.
Precincts



Total
Registration



Democrats



Republicans



New
Alliance



Unaffiliated



31

16

7

12
19

19
30
12
17
22

54
35
31
24
3

36
10
39
20
16

6

9

24
26
25

53
11
16
41
12

19
47
21
83
13

45

7

5

14

13

96
30
22
31
32

12
13
7
24
18



56,983


37,887


15,959


17,829


8,299


8,310


6,624


4,879


1,556


11,670


10,644


912


15,806


8,225


6,956


9,107


1,961


6,855


21,821


17,056


4,285


12,265


11,503


646


17,678


16,011


1,411


28,346


18,046


9,267


101,474


62,908


32,814


38,853


22,715


13,888


49,651


29,872


17,481


35,815


18,003


15,243


3,538


3,283


220


27,842


16,421


9,453


11,799


10,690


979


59,856


28,242


26,864


23,125


16,702


5,360


13,686


7,632


5,320


6,986


5,717


1,087


5,742


2,736


2,469


41,458


31,094


8,754


30,475


27,077


3,036


33,305


22,606


8,799


89,521


64,695


20,341


6,524


5,359


857


12,323


7,978


3,301


62,200


32,877


26,500


15,350


6,086


8,627


20,162


17,437


2,623


100,203


74,554


19,049


29,994


25,918


3,590


151,021


89,930


50,703


17,886


14,647


2,904


80,854


49,490


27,354


5,697


5,413


226


5,630


2,883


2,555


17,943


15,888


1,751


8,180


7,499


590


201,139


124,768


64,436


28,688


25,896


2,333


28,049


21,645


5,974


26,633


19,767


6,034


41,552


17,581


21,350


14,682


13,312


1,207


9,343


8,475


780


3,553


3,290


223


48,452


29,743


16,609


16,197


10,421


4,857



3,137

1,220

189

114

625

291
480
116
256
1,033

5,752
2,250
2,298
2,569
35

1,968

130

4,750

1,063

734

182
537

1,609
362

1,900

4,485

308

1,044

2,823

637

102

6,595

486

10,388

335

4,004

58

192

304

91

11,935

459

430

832

2,621

163

88

40

2,100

919



Voter Registration Statistics 879

GENERAL ELECTIONS, NOVEMBER 8, 1988 (Continued)



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