1970 United States Senate election in Washington
The 1970 United States Senate election in Washington was held on November 3, 1970. Incumbent Democrat Henry M. Jackson won a fourth term in office with a landslide victory over Republican State Senator Charles Elicker.
Jackson: 60–70% 70–80% 80–90% >90%
- Henry M. Jackson, incumbent United States Senator since 1953
- Carl Maxey, Spokane attorney and anti-war activist
- John "Hugo Frye" Patrick
- Clarice L.R. "Tops" Privette
- Wiliam H. Davis
- Charles W. Elicker, State Senator from Snohomish
- Robert J. "Big Bob" Odman
- Bill Patrick
- Howard S. Reed
|Democratic||Henry M. Jackson (incumbent)||497,309||73.18%|
|Republican||Charles W. Elicker||33,262||4.89%|
|Republican||Howard S. Reed||22,293||3.28%|
|Republican||Robert J. "Big Bob" Odman||14,856||2.19%|
|Republican||William H. Davis||11,207||1.65%|
|Democratic||Clarice L.R. Privette||6,240||0.92%|
|Democratic||Henry M. Jackson (incumbent)||879,385||82.43%||10.22|
|Republican||Charles W. Elicker||170,790||16.01%||11.78|
|Socialist Workers||Karl Bermann||9,255||0.87%||N/A|
- "Our Campaigns - WA US Senate - Blanket Primary Race - Sep 15, 1970".
- "Statistics of the Presidential and Congressional Election of November 2, 1970" (PDF). U.S. Government Printing Office. Retrieved 2 Mar 2021.