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21 changes to the candidate list.
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21 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: House CD 9: William "Bill" Olson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 20: state Representative Anika Tene Omphroy (Democratic) - added. House CD 26: Darren Dione Aquino (Republican) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 25.

Kentucky: Treasurer: Michael Bowman (Democratic) - added.

Michigan (insufficient petition signatures - ruling likely to be challenged): Governor: Donna Brandenburg (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; James Craig (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Perry Johnson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Jay Markey, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Joseph Alfonso (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 7: Jacob "Jake" Hagg (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Minnesota: House CD 1: Brian Abrahamson (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 8: John Munter (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added. Auditor: Tim Davis (Legal Marijuana Now) - added.

New York: House CD 10: former Member of Congress Elizabeth Holtzman (Democratic) - added; Elizabeth Kim (Democratic) - re-added.

Vermont (filing has closed for the 9 August primary - preliminary list of candidates): Senate Class 3: Rosalie Mae Bibona (Democratic) - added. Governor: Peter Duval (Republican) - added. House At-Large: Anya Tynio (Republican) - added. Auditor of Accounts: Auditor Doug Hoffer (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Wyoming: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Edward A. "Ed" Buchanan (Republican) - Open Office; R. Mark "Mark" Armstrong (Republican) - added.

29 changes to the candidate list.
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29 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Senate Class 3: John Sophocleus (Libertarian) - added. Governor: former Birmingham City Council Member Jimmy Blake (Libertarian) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Ruth Page-Nelson (Libertarian) - added. House CD 1: Alexander Remrey (Libertarian) - added. House CD 3: Thomas Casson (Libertarian) - added. House CD 4: John Cochran (Libertarian) - added. House CD 5: Phillip "PJ" Greer (Libertarian) - added. House CD 6: Andria Chieffo (Libertarian) - added. House CD 7: Gavin Goodman (Libertarian) - added. Secretary of State: Matt Shelby (Libertarian) - added. Treasurer: Scott Hammond (Libertarian) - added. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries: Jason Clark (Libertarian) - added.

Florida: House CD 26: Richard Evans (Republican) - added. Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services: Bob White (Republican) - added.

Georgia: Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Renitta Shannon (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Michael Owens (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Hawaii: House CD 2: John "Raghu" Giuffre (Nonpartisan) - added.

Minnesota: House CD 1 Special: state Representative Jeremy Munson (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Jerry Silver (Republican) - added.

New Hampshire: House CD 1: former Executive Councilor Russell Prescott (Republican) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 8: Joanne Kuniansky (Socialist Workers Party) - added. House CD 9: Lea Sherman (Socialist Workers Party) - added.

New York: House CD 10: David Yassky (Democratic) - added. House CD 16: Westchester County Legislator Catherine F. Parker (Democratic) - added. House CD 23 Special: Joseph "Joe" Sempolinski (Republican) - added.

Texas: House CD 24: Derrik T. Gay (Democratic) - lost Primary. Commissioner of General Land Office: Sandragrace Martinez (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Vermont: Secretary of State: John Odum (Democratic) - added.

Wyoming: Governor: Theresa Anne Livingston (Democratic) - added.

210 changes. 24 May AL, AR, GA, MN primary updates, TX runoff updates. Member of Congress Bourdeaux (GA, CD 7, D) lost Primary. Member of Congress Schrader (OR, CD 5, D) lost Primary. Antonio Delgado (D) takes office as NY Lt Gov.
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210 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama (24 May primary): Senate Class 3: Lillie Boddie (Republican) - lost Primary; former Brighton Mayor Brandaun Lefred Dean (Democratic) - lost Primary; Karla M. Dupriest (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael "Mike" Durant (Republican) - lost Primary; Lanny Edward Jackson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jacob Marc "Jake" Schafer (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Kay Ivey (Republican) - Renominated; former Ambassador to Slovenia Lindy Blanchard (Republican) - lost Primary; Lew Burdette (Republican) - lost Primary; former Morgan County Commissioner Stacy Lee George (Republican) - lost Primary; Tim James (Republican) - lost Primary; Patricia Salter Jamieson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Donald Trent Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; Arthur Kennedy (Democratic) - lost Primary; Chad "Chig" Martin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dean Odle (Republican) - lost Primary; Doug "New Blue" Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; Springville Mayor Dave Thomas (Republican) - lost Primary; Dean Young (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Vimal Patel (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Michael Dennis "Mike" Rogers (Republican) - Renominated; Michael T. Joiner (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Rhonda Gore (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Kevin Andrew "Andy" Blalock (Republican) - lost Primary; John Roberts (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Senator Paul Sanford (Republican) - lost Primary; Charles W. "Charlie" Thompson, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Harrison Gage Woodard Wright (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Christian Horn (Republican) - lost Primary; Ed Packard (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Attorney General Steven Troy "Steve" Marshall (Republican) - Renominated; Harry Bartlett Still, III (Republican) - lost Primary. Auditor: former state Senator Rusty Glover (Republican) - lost Primary.

Alaska: House At-Large: Mikel E. Melander (Republican) - added.

Arkansas (24 May primary): Senate Class 3: Senator John Nichols Boozman (Republican) - Renominated; Jake Bequette (Republican) - lost Primary; former Pine Bluff Council Member Jack Edward Foster (Democratic) - lost Primary; Heath Loftis (Republican) - lost Primary; Jan Morgan (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel Allen "Dan" Whitfield (Democratic) - lost Primary. Governor: Anthony "Tony" Bland (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Jay Martin (Democratic) - lost Primary; James "Rus" Russell, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Francis "Doc" Washburn (Republican) - lost Primary; Supha Xayprasith-Mays (Democratic) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Chris Bequette (Republican) - lost Primary; Greg Bledsoe (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Jason Rapert (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Senator Doyle Webb (Republican) - lost Primary; Joseph Wood (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Eric Alan "Rick" Crawford (Republican) - Renominated; Jody Shackelford (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Brandt Smith (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress James French "French" Hill (Republican) - Renominated; Conrad Earl Reynolds (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Stephen A. "Steve" Womack (Republican) - Renominated; Neil Robinson Kumar (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Secretary of State John Thurston (Republican) - Renominated; former Pulaski County Election Commissioner Josh Price (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Eddie Joe Williams (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Leon Jones, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. Treasurer: state Senator Mathew W. "Mat" Pitsch (Republican) - lost Primary.

Florida: House CD 12: Charles Smith (Write-in) - added.

Georgia (24 May primary): Senate Class 3: Senator Raphael Gamaliel Warnock (Democratic) - Renominated; Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Joshua Stephen "Josh" Clark (Republican) - lost Primary; Tamara Johnson-Shealey (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kelvin King (Republican) - lost Primary; Jonathan "Jon" McColumn (Republican) - lost Primary; Latham Saddler (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Brian Porter Kemp (Republican) - Renominated; Catherine Davis (Republican) - lost Primary; former Senator David Alfred Perdue, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Kandiss Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary; Tom Williams (Republican) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Erick E. Allen (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tyrone Brooks, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tony Brown (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jason T. Hayes (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Derrick L. Jackson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rashid Malik (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mack McGregor (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeanne Seaver (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Michelle Munroe (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Sanford Dixon Bishop, Jr. (Democratic) - Renominated; Vivian Louise Childs (Republican) - lost Primary; Arthur Wayne "Wayne" Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; Joseph "Joe" O'Hara (Democratic) - lost Primary; Richard M. "Rich" Robertson (Republican) - lost Primary; Paul Whitehead (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Anderson Drew "Drew" Ferguson, IV (Republican) - Renominated; Jared B. Craig (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Surrea Ivy (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Nikema Natassha Williams (Democratic) - Renominated; Charlotte MacBagito (Democratic) - lost Primary; Valencia Stovall (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Byron Gatewood (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Meagan Myers Hanson (Republican) - lost Primary; Blake Harbin (Republican) - lost Primary; Paulette Smith (Republican) - lost Primary; Mary Mallory "Mallory" Staples (Republican) - lost Primary; Susan "Suzi" Voyles (Republican) - lost Primary; Wayne C. White (Democratic) - lost Primary; Eugene Chin Yu (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress Carolyn Bourdeaux (Democratic) - Lost Primary; Yahanseh "YG" "Nyghtstorm" George (Republican) - lost Primary; Lisa McCoy (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Donna Theresa McLeod (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Mary West (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Member of Congress Andrew Clyde (Republican) - Renominated; Michael Shane Boggus (Republican) - lost Primary; Jon Gregory "J. Gregory" Howard (Republican) - lost Primary; John London (Republican) - lost Primary; Benjamin Odum "Ben" Souther (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 10: state Representative Timothy Barr (Republican) - lost Primary; former Member of Congress Paul Collins Broun, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; former Georgia Revenue Commissioner David M. Curry (Republican) - lost Primary; Marc McMain (Republican) - lost Primary; Femi Oduwole (Democratic) - lost Primary; Alan Sims (Republican) - lost Primary; Mitchell Swan (Republican) - lost Primary; City of Hull Mayor Paul L. Walton (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Member of Congress David Albert Scott (Democratic) - Renominated; former South Fulton City Councilor Mark Baker (Democratic) - lost Primary; Shastity Driscoll (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Vincent Fort (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dominika Hawkins (Republican) - lost Primary; Calina Plotky (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 14: Member of Congress Marjorie Taylor Greene (Republican) - Renominated; Eric B. Cunningham (Republican) - lost Primary; Rome City Commissioner Wendy Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Walter James "James" Haygood (Republican) - lost Primary; Charles David Lutin (Republican) - lost Primary; Holly McCormack (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jennifer Strahan (Republican) - lost Primary; Seth Synstelien (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (Republican) - Renominated; former Alpharetta Mayor David C. Belle Isle (Republican) - lost Primary; former Fulton County Commissioner John H. Eaves (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Floyd L. Griffin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Member of Congress Jody B. Hice (Republican) - lost Primary; former County Probate Judge Torri M. "T.J." Hudson (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Attorney General Christopher M. "Chris" Carr (Republican) - Renominated; John Gordon (Republican) - lost Primary; Christian Wise Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary. Comptroller General/Commissioner of Insurance: Comptroller General/Insurance Commissioner John F. "Jim" King (Republican) - Renominated; Ben Cowart (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Matthew Wilson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Patrick J. Witt (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Agriculture: state Representative Winfred Dukes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Fred Swann (Democratic) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Education: Education Superintendent Richard L. Woods (Republican) - Renominated; former state Education Superintendent John D. Barge (Republican) - lost Primary; Currey Hitchens (Democratic) - lost Primary; Cobb County School Board Member Jaha V. Howard (Democratic) - lost Primary; James Morrow, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Labor: Kartik Bhatt (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Mike Coan (Republican) - lost Primary; Thomas Dean (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Lester G. Jackson, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nadia Surrency (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Hawaii: Governor: John "Jony Makalani" Mungo (Democratic) - added.

Michigan: Governor: former Berrien County Commissioner Michael "Mike" Brown (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Minnesota (24 May primary): House CD 1 Special: Warren Lee Anderson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former state Representative Matthew L. "Matt" Benda (Republican) - lost Primary; Sarah Brakebill-Hacke (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Jennifer Carnahan (Republican) - lost Primary; Bob "Again" Carney, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Richard "Rick" DeVoe (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Candice Deal-Bartell (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; J.R. Ewing (Republican) - lost Primary; George H. Kalberer (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Kevin Kocina (Republican) - lost Primary; Ken Navitsky (Republican) - lost Primary; Richard William Painter (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; state Representative Nels Pierson (Republican) - lost Primary; James Rainwater (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Roger Ungemach (Republican) - lost Primary.

New Jersey: House CD 2: Anthony Parisi Sanchez (Not affiliated with a recognized) - added. House CD 4: David Schmidt (We The People) - added. House CD 6: Eric Antisell (Not affiliated with a recognized) - added. House CD 10: Dorothy Jane Humphries (Not affiliated with a recognized) - added.

New York: House CD 1: Patrick John "Pat" Hahn (Republican) - re-added. House CD 3: Melanie D'Arrigo (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 19: Member of Congress Antonio Delgado (Democratic) - takes office as Lieutenant Governor; Vanessa Fajans-Turner (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 22: Michael J. "Mike" Sigler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 220 Democrats, 208 Republicans, and 7 vacant seats (Alaska House At-Large, California House CD 22, Minnesota House CD 1, Nebraska House CD 1, New York House CD 19, New York House CD 23, Texas House CD 34).

Oregon: House CD 5: Member of Congress Walter Kurt "Kurt" Schrader (Democratic) - Lost Primary.

Rhode Island: General Treasurer: state Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor (Democratic) - added.

Texas (24 May runoff): Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Michelle Beckley (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Victor D. Dunn (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Timothy "Tim" Stroud (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 21: Ricardo Villarreal (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 28: Sandra Linn Whitten (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 29: Julio Garza (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 30: Jane Hope Hamilton (Democratic) - lost Primary; James Frank "J. Frank" Harris, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 32: Justin Webb (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 35: Michael Rodriguez (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 37: Rod Lingsch (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 38: Diana Martinez Alexander (Democratic) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Attorney General Ken Paxton (Republican) - Renominated; General Land Office Commissioner George Prescott Bush (Republican) - lost Primary; former Galveston Mayor Joe Jaworski (Democratic) - lost Primary. Comptroller of Public Accounts: Angel Luis Vega (Democratic) - lost Primary. Commissioner of General Land Office: Tim Westley (Republican) - lost Primary. Railroad Commissioner 1: Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian (Republican) - Renominated; Sarah Stogner (Republican) - lost Primary.

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Christopher Andrew Rose (Republican) - added.

Wyoming: Secretary of State: Tara Nethercott (Republican) - added.

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