Julia M. Porter Carson

Offices

Indiana House
District 45
In office
Nov 8, 1972 to Nov 3, 1976

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Left: Ran For Other Office
Indiana Senate
District 34
In office
Nov 3, 1976 to Nov 30, 1990

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Left: Assumed Other Office
U.S. House
District 10
In office
Jan 3, 1997 to Jan 3, 2003

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Left: District Ceased to Exist
District 7
In office
Jan 3, 2003 to Dec 15, 2007

Party: Democratic
Assumed: General Election
Left: Died
Julia M. Porter Carson spent 29 years, 9 days in office in Indiana, including 10 years, 11 months, 13 days at the federal level and 18 years, 26 days at the state level.

Elections

1996–U.S. House (District 10) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1996
52.94%
Julia M. Porter Carson*, Democratic, 85,965 votes
44.83%
Virginia Blakenbaker, Republican, 72,796 votes
 2.22%
Kurt St. Angelo, Libertarian, 3,605 votes
 0.00%
Michael F. Glatz, Write-In, 7 votes
Out of 162,373 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,169 (8.11%)
1998–U.S. House (District 10) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 3, 1998
58.34%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 69,682 votes
39.37%
Gary A. Hoffmeister, Republican, 47,017 votes
 2.28%
Fred C. Peterson, Libertarian, 2,719 votes
 0.02%
Wayne J. Wohlfer, Independent, 18 votes
Out of 119,436 votes casts, the margin of victory was 22,665 (18.97%)
2000–U.S. House (District 10) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 2000
58.51%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 91,689 votes
39.71%
Marvin Scott, Republican, 62,233 votes
 1.77%
Na'Ilah Ali, Libertarian, 2,780 votes
Out of 156,702 votes casts, the margin of victory was 29,456 (18.80%)
2002–U.S. House (District 7) WON
Democratic Primary–Tuesday, May 7, 2002
90.79%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 24,807 votes
 9.21%
Bob Hidalgo Kern, Democratic, 2,515 votes
Out of 27,322 votes casts, the margin of victory was 22,292 (81.58%)
2002–U.S. House (District 7) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 2002
53.13%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 77,478 votes
44.14%
Brose McVey, Republican, 64,379 votes
 2.69%
Andy Horning, Libertarian, 3,919 votes
 0.04%
Jim Kell Jeffries, Write-In, 64 votes
Out of 145,840 votes casts, the margin of victory was 13,099 (8.99%)
2004–U.S. House (District 7) WON
Democratic Primary–Tuesday, May 4, 2004
89.44%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 30,915 votes
 10.56%
Bob Hidalgo Kern, Democratic, 3,652 votes
Out of 34,567 votes casts, the margin of victory was 27,263 (78.88%)
2004–U.S. House (District 7) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 2004
54.35%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 121,303 votes
43.68%
Andy Horning, Republican, 97,491 votes
 1.96%
Barry Campbell, Libertarian, 4,381 votes
Out of 223,175 votes casts, the margin of victory was 23,812 (10.67%)
2006–U.S. House (District 7) WON
Democratic Primary–Tuesday, May 2, 2006
81.32%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 29,503 votes
 11.17%
Kris Kiser, Democratic, 4,052 votes
 4.66%
Bob Hidalgo Kern, Democratic, 1,690 votes
 2.01%
Joseph C. Stockett, III, Democratic, 730 votes
 0.84%
Pierre Quincy Pullins, Democratic, 306 votes
Out of 36,281 votes casts, the margin of victory was 25,451 (70.15%)
2006–U.S. House (District 7) WON
General Election–Tuesday, November 7, 2006
54.09%
Julia M. Porter Carson (i)*, Democratic, 75,750 votes
45.91%
Eric Dickerson, Republican, 64,304 votes
Out of 140,054 votes casts, the margin of victory was 11,446 (8.18%)
In the 9 races we have results for, Julia M. Porter Carson had a record of 9-0. That includes a record of 6-0 in 6 general elections, and 3-0 in 3 primary elections.