Mitt Romney’s Electoral Win-loss Record (It’s Below .500)

Jan 21, 2012 9:37pm

Mitt Romney may not be a professional politician, but he has been running for office for years. In fact, he has been in 35 competitive elections over the last 18 years.

He has a losing record, 14-21.

Here’s the breakdown (compiled by ABC News’ Arlette Saenz):

WINS

1994: Massachusetts Republican primary for Senate race

2002: Massachusetts governor race

2008: Michigan Republican presidential primary

2008: Nevada Republican caucus

2008: Maine Republican primary

2008: Alaska Republican primary

2008: Colorado Republican primary

2008: Massachusetts Republican primary

2008: Minnesota Republican primary

2008: Montana Republican primary

2008: North Dakota Republican primary

2008: Utah Republican primary

2008: Wyoming Republican primary

2012: New Hampshire Republican primary

 

LOSSES

1994: Senate race vs. Ted Kennedy

2008: Iowa Republican caucus (Mike Huckabee won)

2008: New Hampshire Republican primary (John McCain won)

2008: South Carolina Republican primary (John McCain)

2008: Florida Republican primary (John McCain)

2008: Alabama Republican primary (Huckabee)

2008: Arizona Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Arkansas Republican primary (Huckabee)

2008: California Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Connecticut Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Delaware Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Georgia Republican primary (Huckabee)

2008: Illinois Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Missouri Republican primary (McCain)

2008: New Jersey Republican primary (McCain)

2008: New York Republican primary  (McCain)

2008: Oklahoma Republican primary (McCain)

2008: Tennessee Republican primary (Huckabee)

2008: West Virginia Republican primary (Huckabee)

2012: Iowa Republican caucus (Rick Santorum)

2012: South Carolina (Newt Gingrich)

SHOWS:
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