|1982 ←||2 April 1988||→ 1994|
|Turnout||12,135,412 (86.18%) ( 2.66pp)|
|Candidate||Calvin Rhinehart||Kim Richardson|
|Running mate||T. K. C. Wong||Jonathan Smith|
Two-party-preferred result by electorate
|President before election||Elected President|
The 1988 Enderronian presidential election was held on Saturday, 2 April 1988 to elect the President of Enderron. It was the fourth presidential election since Enderron became a republic in 1970.
Incumbent president Jeremy Kenner was ineligible for re-election, having served two full terms. He was succeeded by Social Democratic candidate and former Prime Minister Calvin Rhinehart, who won an unprecedented 56.6 percent of the two-candidate-preferred vote against United candidate Kim Richardson.
|Social Democratic Party||Calvin Rhinehart||Tony Wong Kai-ching||5,477,925||45.14|
|United Party||Kim Richardson||Jonathan Smith||2,152,822||17.74|
|Liberal Democrats||Martin Kearney||Joseph Lam||1,924,676||15.86|
|Conservative Party||Frank Lancaster||Brian Kissinger||1,539,984||12.69|
|Enderron National Party||Roger Cornell||Jimmy Martin||617,692||5.09|
|Enderronian Progressive Party||Lodewijk Kost||Yoshiko Kan||422,312||3.48|
|Social Democratic Party||Calvin Rhinehart||Tony Wong Kai-ching||6,867,430||56.59|
|United Party||Kim Richardson||Jonathan Smith||5,267,982||43.41|