Stephen L. Dasbach

Offices

We found no record of Stephen L. Dasbach serving in elected office in Indiana. Our database only focuses on state and federal offices, so it's possible they served at a different level, or in an office not currently in our database.

Elections

1982–Secretary of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 2, 1982
50.80%
Ed Simcox (i)*, Republican, 890,008 votes
48.07%
Stephen Beardsley, Democratic, 842,226 votes
 0.59%
John A. Eineman, American, 10,269 votes
 0.54%
Stephen L. Dasbach, Libertarian, 9,484 votes
Out of 1,751,987 votes casts, the margin of victory was 47,782 (2.73%)
1984–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 6, 1984
53.52%
Harold H. Negley (i)*, Republican, 1,121,398 votes
44.57%
Ray H. Scheele, Democratic, 933,915 votes
 1.40%
Linda Kay Patterson, American, 29,292 votes
 0.52%
Stephen L. Dasbach, Libertarian, 10,839 votes
Out of 2,095,444 votes casts, the margin of victory was 187,483 (8.95%)
1986–U.S. House (District 4) LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 4, 1986
69.56%
Dan Coats (i)*, Republican, 99,865 votes
30.02%
Gregory Alan Scher, Democratic, 43,105 votes
 0.42%
Stephen L. Dasbach, Libertarian, 602 votes
Out of 143,572 votes casts, the margin of victory was 56,760 (39.54%)
1994–Treasurer of State LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 8, 1994
57.09%
Joyce E. Brinkman*, Republican, 848,809 votes
40.34%
Katie Humphreys, Democratic, 599,894 votes
 1.73%
Stephen L. Dasbach, Libertarian, 25,665 votes
 0.84%
Valecia Wadsworth-Carr, New Alliance, 12,546 votes
Out of 1,486,914 votes casts, the margin of victory was 248,915 (16.75%)
1996–Supt. of Public Instruction LOST
General Election–Tuesday, November 5, 1996
53.25%
Sueellen Reed (i)*, Republican, 1,052,826 votes
43.58%
Ann England, Democratic, 861,497 votes
 3.16%
Stephen L. Dasbach, Libertarian, 62,551 votes
 0.00%
Jack Reynolds, Write-In, 88 votes
Out of 1,976,962 votes casts, the margin of victory was 191,329 (9.67%)
In the 5 races we have results for, Stephen L. Dasbach had a record of 0-5. That includes a record of 0-5 in 5 general elections.