The Green Papers
Governor's Chairs, Senate, and House Seats
up for Election on 8 November 2016
with no incumbent running for them

This table is updated after each state completes its nominating process. Currently, 58 jurisdictions have completed their nominating processes: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.


Governor's Chairs, Senate and House Seats...
Open (incumbent not running for re-election)
No incumbent running
Uncontested (one candidate running)
Multiple incumbents running
Only One Major Party Candidate


 
Arizona
House CD 1
Democratic - former state Senator Tom O'Halleran
Republican - Pinal County Sheriff  Paul Raymond Babeu
Green - Ray C. Parrish
Write-in; (Libertarian) - Kim Lee Allen
House CD 5
Republican - state Senator  Andy Biggs
Democratic - Talia Fuentes
Write-in; (Libertarian) - Nolan Daniels
California
Senate Class 3
Democratic - Attorney General  Kamala D. Harris
Democratic - Congressman  Loretta L. Sanchez
House CD 20
Democratic - Monterey County Deputy District Attorney James Varni "Jimmy" Panetta
Republican - Pacific Grove City Councilwoman Casey J. Lucius
House CD 24
Democratic - Santa Barbara County Supervisor  Salud Carbajal
Republican - Justin Donald Fareed
House CD 44
Democratic - Hermosa Beach City Councilwoman Nanette Diaz Barragán
Democratic - state Senator Isadore Hall, III
House CD 46
Democratic - former state Senator Jose Luis "Lou" Correa
Democratic - Garden Grove Mayor  Bao Quoc Nguyen
Delaware
Governor
Democratic - Congressman John Charles Carney, Jr.
Republican - state Senator Colin R. J. Bonini
Green - Andrew R. Groff
Libertarian - Sean Louis Goward
House At-Large
Democratic - former state Secretary of Labor Lisa Blunt Rochester
Republican - former Wyoming Mayor Hans Reigle
Green - Mark J. Perri
Libertarian - Scott A. Gesty
(Democratic); Write-in - Scott Walker
Florida
House CD 1
Republican - state Representative  Matt Gaetz
Democratic - Steven K. Specht
House CD 2
Republican - Neal Patrick Dunn
Democratic - Walter T. "Walt" Dartland
Libertarian - Robert B. "Rob" Lapham
House CD 4
Republican - former Duval County Sheriff John Rutherford
Democratic - David Edward "Dave" Bruderly
No Party Affiliation - Gary L. Koniz
House CD 5
Democratic - former state Senator Alfred "Al" Lawson, Jr.
Republican - Gloreatha "Glo" Scurry-Smith
House CD 9
Democratic - state Senator Darren Soto
Republican - Wayne Kurt Liebnitzky
House CD 10
Democratic - Valdez "Val" Demings
Republican - Thuy Lowe
House CD 18
Republican - Brian Mast
Democratic - Randy Perkins
(Republican); No Party Affiliation - Carla Arlene Spalding
House CD 19
Republican - former Vatican ambassador Francis Rooney
Democratic - Robert M. Neeld, Jr.
Write-in; (No Party Affiliation) - David Francis Byron, II
Georgia
House CD 3
Republican - West Point Mayor  Anderson Drew "Drew" Ferguson, IV
Democratic - Angela Pendley
Hawaii
House CD 1
Democratic - former Congressman  Colleen Wakako Hanabusa
Republican - Shirlene D. "Shirl" "Kilena" Ostrov
Libertarian - Alan J. K. Yim
(Green); Nonpartisan - Calvin G. Griffin
Illinois
House CD 8
Democratic - former Deputy Treasurer S. Raja Krishnamoorthi
Republican - County Commissioner  Peter "Pete" DiCianni
(Republican); Write-in - Andrew U. D. Straw
Indiana
Senate Class 3
Republican - Congressman Todd Christopher Young
Democratic - former Senator  Evan Bayh
Libertarian - Lucy Brenton
Governor
Republican - Lieutenant Governor  Eric Joseph Holcomb
Democratic - former state Representative John R. Gregg
Libertarian - Rex Bell
Write-in; (Independent) - Jack Adam "Adam" Adkins
Write-in; (Independent) - Christopher Stried
House CD 3
Republican - state Senator  James E. "Jim" Banks
Democratic - Thomas Allen "Tommy " Schrader
Libertarian - Pepper Snyder
House CD 9
Republican - Joseph A. "Trey" Hollingsworth, III
Democratic - Shelli Yoder
Libertarian - Russell Brooksbank
Kentucky
House CD 1
Republican - former Agriculture Commissioner James R. Comer
Democratic - Samuel Lewis "Sam" Gaskins
Maryland
Senate Class 3
Democratic - Congressman  Christopher "Chris" Van Hollen, Jr.
Republican - state Delegate  Kathy Szeliga
Green - Margaret Flowers
(Unaffiliated); Write-in - Greg Dorsey
(Democratic); Write-in - Ed Tinus
(Democratic); Write-in - Lih Young
Write-in; (Democratic) - Charles Ulysses Smith
(Democratic); Write-in - Bob Robinson
(Democratic); Write-in - Jeffrey Binkins
House CD 4
Democratic - former Lieutenant Governor Anthony Gregory Brown
Republican - George E. McDermott
Green - Kamesha T. Clark
Libertarian - Benjamin Lee "Ben" Krause
Write-in; (Democratic) - Adrian Petrus
House CD 8
Democratic - state Senator  Jamin B. "Jamie" Raskin
Republican - Dan Cox
Green - Nancy Wallace
Libertarian - Jasen Wunder
Write-in; (Independent) - Kevin Levester Little
Michigan
House CD 1
Republican - John W. "Jack" Bergman
Democratic - Lonnie Barton "Lon" Johnson
Libertarian - Diane Evelyn Bostow
Green - Ellis Boal
House CD 10
Republican - Paul Mitchell, III
Democratic - Frank Accavitti, Jr.
Libertarian - Lisa Lane Gioia
Green - Benjamin Nofs
Minnesota
House CD 2
Republican - Jason Mark Lewis
Democratic-Farmer Labor - Angela Dawn "Angie" Craig
Independence - Paula Mirare Overby
Missouri
Governor
Republican - Eric Greitens
Democratic - Attorney General Chris Koster
Libertarian - Cisse W. Spragins
Independent - Lester Benton "Les" Turilli, Jr.
Green - Don Fitz
Nevada
Senate Class 3
Democratic - former Attorney General Catherine Marie Cortez-Masto
Republican - Congressman Joseph John "Joe" Heck
Independent American - Thomas Franklin "Tom" Jones
No Poliitical Party - Thomas Lamont "Tom" Sawyer
No Poliitical Party - Antonino "Tony" Gumina
No Poliitical Party; (Socialist Party USA) - Jarrod Michael Williams
House CD 3
Democratic - Jacklyn S. "Jacky" Rosen
Republican - Danny Tarkanian
Independent American - Warren Markowitz
No Poliitical Party - David Scott Goossen
New Hampshire
Governor
Republican - Chris Sununu
Democratic - Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern
Libertarian - state Representative Max Abramson
New York
House CD 3
Democratic - former Nassau County Executive Thomas R. "Tom" Suozzi
Republican; Conservative; Reform - state Senator Jack M. Martins
House CD 13
Democratic - state Senator  Adriano Espaillat
Republican; Independence - Robert Anthony "Tony" Evans, Jr.
Green - Daniel "Danny" Vila Rivera
Transparent Gov't - Scott Lloyd Fenstermaker
House CD 19
Republican; Conservative; Independence; Reform - former state Assemblyman John J. Faso
Working Families; Democratic - Zephyr Teachout
House CD 22
Republican; Conservative - Assemblywoman  Claudia Tenney
Democratic; Working Families - Broome County Legislator Kim A. Myers
Upstate Jobs; Reform - Martin Babinec
North Carolina
House CD 13
Republican - Theodore Paul "Ted" Budd
Democratic - former Guilford County Commissioner Bruce Edward Davis, Sr.
North Dakota
Governor
Republican - Doug Burgum
Democratic-Nonpartisan League - state Representative  Marvin E. Nelson
Libertarian - Marty Riske
Pennsylvania
House CD 2
Democratic - state Representative  Dwight Evans
Republican - James A. Jones
House CD 8
Republican - Brian K. Fitzpatrick
Democratic - state Representative Steven J. "Steve" Santarsiero
(Socialist Party USA); Write-in - Eli David Sadoff
House CD 16
Republican - state Senator  Lloyd K. Smucker
Democratic - Christina Marie Hartman
Libertarian - Shawn Patrick House
Tennessee
House CD 8
Republican - David Kustoff
Democratic - Rickey Hobson
Independent - Shelia L. Godwin
Independent - James Hart
Independent - Adrian M. Montague
(Constitution); Independent - Mark J. Rawles
Independent - Karen Free Spirit Talley-Lane
Texas
House CD 15
Democratic - Vicente Gonzalez
Republican - Timmy Lee "Tim" Westley
Green - Vanessa S. Tijerina
Libertarian - Ross Lynn Leone
House CD 19
Republican - Jodey Cook Arrington
Libertarian - Troy Arthur Bonar
Green - Mark Lawson
Vermont
Governor
Republican - Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott
Democratic - former state Representative Sue Minter
Liberty Union - Bill "Spaceman" Lee
Virginia
House CD 2
Republican - state Delegate Scott W. Taylor
Democratic - Shaun Denise "Kool Beans" Brown
House CD 4
Democratic - state Senator Aston Donald "Donald" McEachin
Republican - Henrico County Sheriff Michael Leo "Mike" Wade
House CD 5
Republican - state Senator Thomas Alexander "Tom" Garrett, Jr.
Democratic - Albemarle County Supervisor  Jane DeSimone Dittmar
Write-in; (Independent Greens) - Ken Hildebrandt
Washington
House CD 7
Democratic - state Senator  Pramila Jayapal
Democratic - state Representative Brady Piñero Walkinshaw
West Virginia
Governor
Democratic - Jim Justice
Republican - state Senator William P. "Bill" Cole, III
Mountain - Charlotte Jean Pritt
Libertarian - David Moran
Constitution - Phil Hudok
Wisconsin
House CD 8
Republican - Michael John "Mike" Gallagher
Democratic - Outagamie County Executive Thomas M. "Tom" Nelson
(Green); Write-in - Wendy Gribben
Write-in; (Democratic) - Jerry Kobishop
Wyoming
House At-Large
Republican - Elizabeth "Liz" Cheney
Democratic - Ryan Greene
Constitution - Daniel Clyde Cummings
Libertarian - Lawrence Gerard "Larry" Struempf
 
 
Tally
OfficeTotal
Congressman 44
Senator 4
Governor 7
Totals55
 
 

Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.

 
 


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