Summary: seven Libertarians elected, three re-elected. Some disappointments including the reduction of the New Hampshire legislative delegation from four to two.
Other important electoral events:
The Libertarian Party won ballot status in Indiana, Michigan, South Dakota and Wyoming, and maintained it in every state except Utah, bringing the total to 23 states for 1996 (best showing ever in midterm election).
Libertarian candidates won 396,000 votes for Congress, 648,000 votes for U.S. Senate, and 416,000 for governor.
Two incumbent Libertarian State Representatives, Andy Borsa and Finlay Rothhaus, were defeated in New Hampshire.
Good efforts but losing campaigns: Jon Coon for U.S. Senate in Michigan won 4.5% of the vote; Guy Wilson for U.S. Congress in California (District 37), in a two-way race against an indicted Democrat, won 21.9%; Terry Savage for State Assembly in California won 6.9%; Don Ernsberger for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania won 1.7%; Mike Hurley for State Representative in Missouri won 23%; John Reda for State Representative in Delaware won 18%; Scott Kjar for State Assembly in Nevada won 6%; Larry Pratt for State Assembly in Nevada won 27%; and Robert Heitner for Sussex County Freeholder in New Jersey won 19%.
Source: November 12, 1994, news release by the Libertarian Party.