Andre Marrou

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Andre Verne Marrou
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Alaska House of Representatives
5th District
1985—1987
Predecessor: Milo Fitz
Successor: Claude Swackhammer
Personal Details
Birth: (1938-12-04) December 4, 1938 (age 79)
Nixon, Texas, USA
Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Occupation: Politician
Party: Libertarian

Andre Verne Marrou (b. December 4, 1938) is a former elected Libertarian in the Alaska state legislature and the Libertarian Party's 1992 presidential nominee. He was Ron Paul's running mate in the 1988 presidential race.

After an extended absence from party activities, he publicly endorsed Gary Johnson in 2012 at the LPTexas state convention.

Candidate

  • Alaska House of Representatives Seat B, 5th district 1982, 1984 (elected), and 1986
  • Vice President 1988
  • US President 1992

Public Office

  • Alaska House of Representatives 1985-1987

Presidential Election Year Fundraising

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1992 Total
Receipts
January 43,278
February 66,844
March 48,558
April 31,491
May 29,230
June 53,979
July 42,351
August 27,181
September 69,835
Oct 1 - Oct 14 53,633
Oct 15 - Nov 23 79,558
Nov 24 - Dec 31 5,325
1992 Total 551,263

Results

1992 United States Presidential Election
Party Candidate/Running Mate Electoral Votes Percent Votes
Democratic Bill Clinton / Al Gore 370 43.01% 44,909,806
Republican George H. W. Bush / Dan Quayle 168 37.45% 39,104,550
Independent Ross Perot / James Stockdale 0 18.91% 19,743,821
Libertarian Andre Marrou / Nancy Lord 0 0.28% 291,627
America First James Bo Gritz / Cyril Minett 0 0.10% 107,014
New Alliance Lenore Fulani / Maria Munoz 0 0.07% 73,652
US Taxpayers Howard Phillips / Albion Knight 0 0.04% 43,400
Natural Law John Hagelin / V. Tompkins 0 0.04% 38,780
Various All Others 0 0.11% 115,501

Organizations

External Links

Speeches

References

  1. http://www.fec.gov/press/summaries/2016/tables/presidential/TopPresEle.pdf

Preceded by:
Ron Paul
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate
1992
Succeeded by:
Harry Browne
Preceded by:
Jim Lewis
Libertarian Party Vice Presidential candidate
1988
Succeeded by:
Nancy Lord