Alabama | Alaska
| Arizona | Arkansas
| California | Colorado
| Connecticut | Delaware
| District of Columbia
| Florida | Georgia
| Hawaii | Idaho
| Illinois | Indiana
| Iowa | Kansas
| Kentucky | Louisiana
| Maine | Maryland
| Massachusetts | Michigan
| Minnesota | Mississippi
| Missouri | Montana
| Nebraska | Nevada
| New Hampshire | New
Jersey | New Mexico
| New York | North
Carolina | North Dakota
| Ohio | Oklahoma
| Oregon | Pennsylvania
| Rhode Island | South
Carolina | South Dakota
| Tennessee | Texas
| Utah | Vermont
| Virginia | Washington
| West Virginia | Wisconsin
| Wyoming | Puerto
Rico et al..
in Governorships Since November 2000
On Nov. 6, 2001, Jim McGreevey
(D) was elected the next governor.
On Nov. 6, 2001, Mark Warner (D)
was elected the next governor.
On Dec. 22, 2000, then President-elect Bush named Gov. Christine Todd Whitman
(R) as his choice for EPA Administrator;
President Donald T. DiFrancesco
(R) was sworn in as acting governor on Jan. 31, 2000, replacing Whitman.
On Dec. 29, 2000, then President-elect Bush named Gov. Tommy Thompson (R)
as his choice for Secretary of HHS;
resigned effective Feb. 1, 2001; Lt. Gov. Scott
McCallum (R) assumed the post.
On Feb. 13, 2001, Pres. Bush announced he would nominate Gov. Paul Cellucci
as Ambassador to Canada.
U.S. Senate confirmed Cellucci in April, and Lt. Gov. Jane
Swift (R) became governor on April 10, 2001.
On Sept. 20, 2001, Pres. Bush named Gov. Tom Ridge (R) as Director of the
new Office of Homeland Security. Lt. Gov. Mark
sworn in as governor on Oct. 5, 2001.
Special Elections Since November 2000:
Bill Shuster (R) elected May
15, 2001; his father Rep. Bud Shuster (R) resigned in Feb. 2001.
Diane E. Watson (D) elected June 5, 2001; Rep. Julian Dixon (D) died Dec.
Randy Forbes (R) elected June
19, 2001; Rep. Norman Sisisky (D) died March 29, 2001.
Stephen Lynch (D) elected Oct.
16, 2001; Rep. Joe Moakley (D) died May 28, 2001.
Jeff Miller (R) elected Oct. 16, 2001; Rep. Joe Scarborough (R) resigned
effective Sept. 6, 2001.
John Boozman (R) elected Nov.
20, 2001; Rep. Asa Hutchinson (R) resigned effective Aug. 6 2001.
Joe Wilson (R) elected Dec. 18, 2001; Rep Floyd D. Spence (R) died Aug.
John Sullivan (R) elected Jan. 8, 2002; Rep. Steve Largent (R) resigning
effective Feb. 15, 2002.
1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.