David M. McIntosh

Offices

U.S. House
District 2
In office
Jan 3, 1995 to Jan 3, 2001

Party: Republican
Assumed: General Election
Left: Ran For Other Office
David M. McIntosh spent 6 years, 2 days in office in Indiana, all of it at the federal level.

Elections

1994–U.S. House (District 2) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1994
54.47%
David M. McIntosh*, Republican, 93,592 votes
45.53%
Joseph H. Hogsett, Democratic, 78,241 votes
Out of 171,833 votes casts, the margin of victory was 15,351 (8.94%)
1996–U.S. House (District 2) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1996
57.83%
David M. McIntosh (i)*, Republican, 123,113 votes
39.98%
R. Marc Carmichael, Democratic, 85,105 votes
 2.19%
Paul E. Zimmerman, Libertarian, 4,665 votes
Out of 212,883 votes casts, the margin of victory was 38,008 (17.85%)
1998–U.S. House (District 2) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1998
60.63%
David M. McIntosh (i)*, Republican, 99,608 votes
38.01%
Sherman A. Boles, Democratic, 62,452 votes
 1.36%
Cliff Federle, Libertarian, 2,236 votes
Out of 164,296 votes casts, the margin of victory was 37,156 (22.62%)
2000–Governor LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 2000
56.55%
Frank Leslie O'Bannon (i)*, Democratic, 1,232,525 votes
41.68%
David M. McIntosh, Republican, 908,285 votes
 1.76%
Andy Horning, Libertarian, 38,458 votes
 0.01%
Paul Wilson, Write-In, 145 votes
Out of 2,179,413 votes casts, the margin of victory was 324,240 (14.87%)
2012–U.S. House (District 5) LOST
Republican Primary–Tuesday, May 8, 2012
29.95%
Susan Brooks*, Republican, 31,185 votes
28.98%
David M. McIntosh, Republican, 30,175 votes
22.83%
John McGoff, Republican, 23,773 votes
 11.40%
Wayne Seybold, Republican, 11,874 votes
 4.57%
John (Jack) R. Lugar, Republican, 4,758 votes
 0.99%
Jason Anderson, Republican, 1,036 votes
 0.83%
William (Bill) Salin, Republican, 869 votes
 0.44%
Matthew Mount, Republican, 453 votes
Out of 104,123 votes casts, the margin of victory was 1,010 (0.97%)
In the 5 races we have results for, David M. McIntosh had a record of 3-2. That includes a record of 3-1 in 4 general elections, and 0-1 in 1 primary election.