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Walter F. Mondale

Democratic

Date Party Office Votes Result
11-06-1984 Democratic President 3922519 Loss
Website: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mondale
 

Candidate Biography:

Walter Frederick Mondale
Born: January 5, 1928 in Ceylon, Minnesota
Married: Joan Adams
Children: Theodore A. , Eleanor, William H.
Military Service: ARMY
Died: April 19, 2021 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

1960-1964: Attorney General of Minnesota
1964-1976: Member, United States Senate [Minnesota]
1977–1981: Vice President of the United States
1984: Mondale lost the Presidential Primary in California to Gary Hart, but won nationally.
1993-1996: US Ambassador to Japan
1998: Special Envoy to Indonesia
2002: [Special Election] Candidate for US Senate [Minnesota] (Lost; 47.3%)

  • NOTE: Theodore A. Mondale served as a Minnesota State Senator (1991-1996) and was a 1998 Primary candidate for Governor [Minnesota].  William H. Mondale was Assistant Attorney General [MN] (1990-2000).