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Third Quarter (Jul - Sep) 2018

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24 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

24 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Edward Davida (Write-in) - added; Barry Hess (Write-in [Libertarian]) - re-added.

Illinois: Governor: Jo 753 (Write-in) - added; Bob Canfield (Write-in) - added; Nancy Foster (Write-in) - added; Thomas Kuna-Jacob (Write-in) - added; Gregg Moore (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent; Kevin D. Ryan (Write-in) - added; Michael W. Scruggs (Write-in) - added; David Tholin (Write-in) - added. House CD 3: Richard Mayers (Write-in) - added; Kenneth Yerkes (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 5: Frank Rowder (Write-in) - added. House CD 6: Edmond Kelly, Jr. (Write-in) - added. House CD 13: Thomas Kuna-Jacob (Write-in) - added. Comptroller: Mary A. Vann-Metcalf (Write-in [Independent]) - previously listed as Independent.

Michigan: House CD 1: Matthew Wade "Matt" Morgan (Democratic) - previously listed as Write-in [Democratic].

Tennessee: House CD 5: Marshal Weaver (Write-in) - added.

Utah: Senate Class 1: DG Daniel Geery (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - apparently not a candidate.

Wyoming: Senate Class 1: Joseph Porambo (Libertarian) - added. Governor: Lawrence Gerard Struempf (Libertarian) - added. House At-Large: Richard Brubaker (Libertarian) - added; Daniel Clyde Cummings (Constitution) - added. Treasurer: Chris Lowry (Democratic) - added.

11 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

11 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Jeff Pearce (Write-in [Independent]) - added. Attorney General: Anthony Camboni (Write-in [None]) - added.

Hawaii: Governor: Selina T. Blackwell (Nonpartisan) - removed. House CD 1: John E. Cipolla (Nonpartisan) - removed.

Maine: Senate Class 1: James N. Riley, Jr. (Write-in [Republican]) - added. Governor: Kenneth A. Capron (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent; former state Senator John T. Jenkins (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent; Betsy Marsano (Green) - removed; Malon A. Tracy (Write-in [Not readily classifiable]) - added; J. Martin Vachon (Write-in [Unenrolled]) - re-added, previously listed as Write-in [Democratic].

New York: Attorney General: New York City Public Advocate Letitia A. "Tish" James (Independence, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic.

9 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Secretary of State: Alice Novoa (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

Nebraska: House CD 1: former Lancaster County Commissioner Steve Svoboda (Write-in [Democratic]) - removed. Treasurer: Kent Bernbeck (Independent) - removed.

New York: Attorney General: Vincent J. Messina, Jr. (Independence) - apparently not a candidate.

Virgin Islands: Governor: former island Attorney General Soraya Diase Coffelt (Independent) - previously listed as No Party; former island Senator Adlah A. "Foncie" Donastorg (Independent) - previously listed as No Party; Governor Kenneth E. "Ken" Mapp (Independent) - previously listed as No Party; Moleto A. Smith, Jr. (Independent) - previously listed as No Party; island Senator Janette Millin Young (Independent) - previously listed as No Party.

24 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

24 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Governor: Cary D. Dolego (Write-in) - added.

Delaware: Senate Class 1: Peter Todd Farina (Write-in) - added. House At-Large: Paul A. Johnston (Write-in) - added.

New York: House CD 1: former Suffolk County Legislator Kate M. Browning (Women's Equality) - re-added, previously listed as Working Families. House CD 3: Victor Sluestky (Green) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Christopher Robbin Fuentes-Padilla (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Congressman Grace Meng (Democratic, Working Families, Reform) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality, Reform. House CD 7: Congressman Nydia Margarita Velázquez (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality. House CD 8: Congressman Hakeem S. Jeffries (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality. House CD 10: Congressman Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families. House CD 11: Congressman Daniel M. "Dan" Donovan, Jr. (Republican, Independence, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Reform, Independence, Conservative. House CD 12: Congressman Carolyn Bosher Maloney (Democratic, Working Families, Reform) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality, Reform; Eliot Rabin (Rent is 2 Damn High) - apparently not a candidate; Eliot Rabin (Republican) - added. House CD 14: James J. Dillon (Reform) - apparently not a candidate; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic [Reform]) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families. House CD 15: Congressman José Enrique Serrano (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality. House CD 18: Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (Working Families, Independence, Women's Equality, Democratic) - previously listed as Independence, Women's Equality, Democratic. House CD 19: Bob Cohen (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate; Antonio Delgado (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Women's Equality. House CD 21: Tedra Lynne Cobb (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Women's Equality; Kathryn K. "Katie" Wilson (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 25: state Assemblyman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic. Attorney General: Kenneth D. "Kenny" Schaeffer (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate.

10 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

10 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware: House At-Large: Marvin Davis (Write-in) - added.

Nevada: Senate Class 1: Richard "Ricardo" Charles (No Political Party) - removed; None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Governor: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Lieutenant Governor: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Secretary of State: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Attorney General: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Treasurer: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added. Controller: None of these candidates (None of these candidates) - added.

New Mexico: House CD 2: Mike Rosales (Independent) - removed.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware: Attorney General: Allen Jester (Write-in) - added.

Kansas: Governor: JoeLarry Hunter (Independent) - removed.

South Carolina: Senate Class 2: Matthew Baldwin Knights (Independent) - added.

6 changes to the candidate list.
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6 changes to the candidate list:

Arkansas: House CD 3: Josh Moody (Independent) - removed. House CD 4: Jack E. Foster (Independent) - removed; Lee McQueen (Independent) - removed.

Michigan: House CD 13 Special: D. Etta Wilcoxon (Green) - added.

Ohio: House CD 3: Millie Milam (Write-in) - added.

Virginia: Senate Class 1: former state Delagate Winsome Sears (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

9 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Sheila Bilyeu (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.

Delaware: Senate Class 1: Andrew C. Webb (Write-in) - added.

Massachusetts: House CD 3: Daniel Arrigg "Dan" Koh (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Mississippi: House CD 4: Bill Bayes (Prohibition Party) - removed; William Harrison "Harry" Turner (Independent) - removed.

New York: House CD 2: Liubov "Liuba" Grechen Shirley (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families; Suffolk County Legislator DuWayne Gregory (Women's Equality, Independence, Working Families) - previously listed as Women's Equality, Independence; Mike Sax (Not readily classifiable) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 19: Diane Neal (Independent) - re-added.

18 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

18 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: House CD 3: Thomas "Sick of DC" Casson (Independent) - removed.

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Robert Kay (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Write-in; Jonathan Ringham B (Write-in [The Old Republic]) - previously listed as Write-in. Governor: Arthur Ray "RT" Arvizu (Write-in [Republican Takeover]) - previously listed as Write-in; James "Marvelman" Gibson, II (Write-in [Humanitarian]) - previously listed as Write-in; Christian R. Komor (Write-in [None]) - previously listed as Write-in. House CD 2: Jordan Flayer (Write-in [Independent]) - previously listed as Write-in. House CD 8: Steven Hummel (Write-in [New Paradigm]) - previously listed as Write-in. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Matthew Harris (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Write-in.

Florida: Senate Class 1: Steven Warshell (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed.

Iowa: House CD 1: Henry Gaff (Green) - removed. House CD 2: Daniel Clark (No Party) - added. House CD 3: Mark Elworth, Jr. (Legal Marijuana Now) - added; Joe Grandanette (No Party) - added. House CD 4: Edward Peterson (No Party) - added.

New York: House CD 3: Victor Sluestky (Green) - added.

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Bruce Jaynes (Libertarian) - re-added.

Tennessee: House CD 4: Russell Wayne Steele (Write-in [Independent]) - added.

13 changes to the candidate list. 13 September New York State and Local Primary Recap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

13 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana: House CD 1: Frederick 'Ferd' Jones (Louisiana Independent Party) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 2: Belden "Noonie Man" Batiste, Sr. (Louisiana Independent Party) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 5: Billy Burkette (Louisiana Independent Party) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 6: Devin Lance Graham (Louisiana Independent Party) - previously listed as Independent.

New York (State and Local Primary recap): Governor: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (Democratic) - Renominated; Cynthia E. Nixon (Working Families) - previously listed as Working Families, Democratic. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Democratic) - Renominated; New York City Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families. Attorney General: Michael "Mike" Diederich, Jr. (Reform) - lost Primary; Leecia D. Eve (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher B. "Chris" Garvey (Libertarian) - previously listed as Libertarian, Reform; Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (Democratic) - lost Primary; Zephyr Teachout (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Thursday 13 September 2018 - New York State and Local Primary. This concludes the 2018 primary season. The 6 November General Election election is next.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


New York State and Local Primary.
Polling hours are 6:00a-9:00p EDT (1000-0100 UTC). Polls open at 6:00a in New York City and the counties of Dutchess, Erie, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester. In all other counties, polls open at 12:00 noon. All polls close at 9:00p.

Returns from The New York Board of Elections.
Results from The New York Times.
Results from Politico.

50 changes to the candidate list. 12 September Rhode Island Primary recap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

50 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Byron I. Mallott (Independent, Democratic) - previously listed as Independent.

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Michael DeCarlo (Write-in) - added; Nicholas N. Glenn (Write-in [Republican]) - lost Primary; Robert Kay (Write-in) - added; Adam Kokesh (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate\; Jonathan Ringham (Write-in) - added; Benjamin Wirtz (Write-in) - added. Governor: Arthur "RT" Arvizu (Write-in) - added; James "Marvelman" Gibson (Write-in) - added; Barry Hess (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate; Christian R. Komor (Write-in) - added; Patrick Masoya (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Zhani Doko (Write-in [Libertarian]); Dave Shock (Write-in) - added. House CD 2: Jordan Flayer (Write-in) - added; Melissa Grable (Write-in) - added. House CD 4: Thaddeus J. "Thad" Andreski, II (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: James Bond (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 8: Steven Hummel (Write-in) - added. Secretary of State: Jenn Gray (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate. Attorney General: Michael Kielsky (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate. Mine Inspector: Kim Ruff (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Matthew Harris (Write-in) - added.

Colorado: Governor: Paul Noel Fiorino (Unaffiliated) - removed. Secretary of State: Amanda Campbell (American Constitution) - added.

New Hampshire: Governor: Bedford Board Member Aaron Day (Libertarian) - lost Primary. House CD 2: former state Representative Tom Alciere (Libertarian) - lost Primary; Stewart I. Levenson (Republican) - lost Primary.

Oregon: Governor: Governor Kate Brown (Working Families, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 1: Richard William Hofer (Non Affiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Russell M. "Decker" Cleveland (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; former Phoenix City Manager Jamie E. McLeod-Skinner (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 5: Gunnar Gundersen (Pacific Green) - apparently not a candidate.

Rhode Island (12 September Primary recap): Senate Class 1: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, II (Democratic) - Renominated; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; Patricia Joy "Pat" "Patty" Fontes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert Anthony "Bobby" Nardolillo, III (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Gina Marie Raimondo (Democratic) - Renominated; former state Secretary of State Matthew A. "Matt" Brown (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Spencer E. Dickinson (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Giovanni Feroce (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Patricia L. Morgan (Republican) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Daniel J. "Dan" McKee (Democratic) - Renominated; William E. Beeley, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; state Representative J. Aaron Regunberg (Democratic) - lost Primary; Karl A. Wadensten (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Congressman David N. Cicilline (Democratic) - Renominated; Hamlet M. Lopez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Frederick J. "Fred" Wysocki (Republican) - lost Primary; Christopher F. "Chris" Young (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Wednesday 12 September 2018 - Rhode Island Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Rhode Island Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p EDT (1100-0000 UTC). Most polls are open at 7am. However, polls may open as late as 9am by location.

Returns from Rhode Island Board of Elections
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

28 changes to the candidate list. 11 September New Hampshire Primary re-cap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

28 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Sidney "Sid" Hill (Write-in [Non Affiliated]) - re-added, previously listed as Non Affiliated.

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Angela Green (Green) - previously listed as Write-in [Green]. Governor: Angel Torres (Green) - previously listed as Write-in [Green]. House CD 7: Gary Swing (Green) - previously listed as Write-in [Green].

New Hampshire (11 September Primary re-cap): Governor: former Portsmouth Mayor Steve Marchand (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Naomi Andrews (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael Callis (Republican) - lost Primary; Paul Cardinal (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bruce Crochetiere (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeffory W. "Jeff" Denaro (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Mark S. MacKenzie (Democratic) - lost Primary; Andy Martin (Republican) - lost Primary; William Martin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Deaglan McEachern (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mindi Messmer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rochester City Attorney Terence Murphy O'Rourke (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Andy Sanborn (Republican) - lost Primary; Levi Sanders (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Somerworth Mayor Lincoln T. Soldati (Democratic) - lost Primary; Maura Corby Sullivan (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Brian D. Belanger (Republican) - lost Primary; Gerard Beloin (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Lynne Blankenbeker (Republican) - lost Primary; former Hillsborough County Treasurer Robert Andrew "Bob" Burns (Republican) - lost Primary; Jay Ottis Mercer (Republican) - lost Primary.

South Carolina: Attorney General: Constance Anastopoulo (Working Families, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic. Treasurer: Rosalyn L. Glenn (Working Families, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic.

Wisconsin: Governor: Arnie Enz (The Wisconsin Party) - previously listed as Other.

Tuesday 11 September 2018 - New Hampshire Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


New Hampshire Primary.
Polling hours are 6:00a-8:00p EDT (1000-0000 UTC). Polls must open by 11 AM however most open between 7 AM and 8 AM. NEW HAMPSHIRE permits its 13 cities to keep their polls open until 8 PM Eastern Time by local option- however, as there ARE only 13 cities among New Hampshire's 234 County subdivisions [the 221 "non-cities", of course, being the proverbial New England Town(ship)], the fact is that the vast majority of NH's polls have closed by 7 PM Eastern Time and the networks have no problem considering this hour as the earliest hour of potential projection.

Returns from the New Hampshire Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

3 changes to the candidate list. Congressman DeSantis (FL District 6, Republican) resigns
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: House CD 6: Congressman Ronald D. "Ron" DeSantis (Republican) - resigned on 10 September 2018. "As the Republican nominee for Governor of Florida, it is clear to me that I will likely miss the ... majority of our remaining session days ... I officially resign from the House of Representatives effective immediately ... I ask that my resignation be retroactive to September 1 ..."

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 236 Republicans, 193 Democrats, and 6 vacant seats (Florida House CD 6, Michigan House CD 13, New York House CD 25, Oklahoma House CD 1, Pennsylvania House CD 15, Pennsylvania House CD 7).

Oregon: Governor: Frank Leroy Lengele (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Smith (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

21 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

21 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: House CD 6: Heather Maura Ross (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Colorado: House CD 5: Douglas Randall (Libertarian) - added. House CD 7: Jennifer Nackerud (Libertarian) - re-added.

Connecticut: Governor: Mark Stewart Greenstein (Other) - added; Micah Welintukonis (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. Lieutenant Governor: Chiara Mannheimer (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: John Pistone (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Unaffiliated [Republican].

Georgia: Governor: David C. Byrne (Write-in) - added; Rachele Fruit (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed; Larry E. Odom (Independent) - removed; Bobby Waldrep (Write-in) - added; Bobby Williams (Write-in) - added. House CD 5: David McCaigue (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 8: James L. "Jimmy" Cooper, III (Write-in [Green]) - re-added, previously listed as Green. House CD 9: Clifford Baxter (Write-in) - added; Robin Aaron Gilmer (Libertarian) - removed.

Oklahoma: Attorney General: Attorney General Mike Hunter (Republican) - Renominated; Gentner F. Drummond (Republican) - lost Primary. Auditor and Inspector: Charlie Prater (Republican) - lost Primary.

Virginia: House CD 2: Shaun Denise Brown (Independent [Democratic]) - removed. House CD 10: Nathan D. Larson (Independent) - removed.

20 changes to the candidate list. 6 September Delaware Primary recap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

20 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware (6 September Primary recap): Senate Class 1: Senator Thomas R. "Tom" Carper (Democratic) - Renominated; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; state Human Relations Commissioner Kerri Evelyn Harris (Democratic) - lost Primary; Eugene J. "Gene" Truono, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Lee H. Murphy (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Christofer "Chris" Johnson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Timothy P. "Tim" Mullaney, Sr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Chief Deputy Attorney General LaKresha Roberts (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor: Kathleen Ann Davies (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Dennis E. Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Florida: Governor: Henry James Choice (Write-in [No Party Affiliation]) - apparently not a candidate; Raphael Herman (No Party Affiliation [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate; Anthony "Tony" Knox, Sr. (Write-in [No Party Affiliation]) - apparently not a candidate; Monroe Lee (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: Senate Class 1: Aaron Commey (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. Governor: former Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner (Serve America Movement [Democratic]) - previously listed as Other [Democratic]. Lieutenant Governor: Pelham Mayor Michael J. Volpe (Serve America Movement) - previously listed as Other. House CD 2: Paul D. Ripperger (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 19: Victoria Alexander (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 21: Christopher "Chris" Schmidt (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Thursday 6 September 2018 - Delaware Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Delaware Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p EDT (1100-0000 UTC).

Returns from the Delaware Department of Elections.
Results from WDEL Wilmington.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

6 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

6 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Robert "Rob" Branch (Republican) - lost Primary.

Massachusetts: House CD 7: Congressman Michael E. "Mike" Capuano (Democratic) - Lost Primary.

North Carolina: House CD 10: Samaria Graham (Unaffiliated) - removed.

North Dakota: Secretary of State: Michael Coachman (Independent) - added.

Texas: House CD 18: Vincent "Vince" Duncan (Independent) - re-added. House CD 29: James Partsch-Galvan (Green) - removed.

45 changes to the candidate list. AZ Gov Doug Ducey (R) appoints former Senator Jon Llewellyn Kyl (R) to the Class 3 Senate Seat. MA Primary re-cap. Congressman Capuano (D, MA House CD 7) - lost his Primary.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

45 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Sidney "Sid" Hill (Non Affiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Jesse J. "Messy" Tingley (Nonpartisan) - apparently not a candidate.

Arizona: Senate Class 3: Senator Jon Llewellyn Kyl (Republican) - Open Seat.

Florida: Governor: Ellen Marie Wilds (Write-in [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate.

Hawaii: Lieutenant Governor: Steven M. "Steve" Lipscomb (Republican) - lost Primary.

Massachusetts: Senate Class 1: John Kingston (Republican) - lost Primary; Beth Joyce Lindstrom (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Charles D. "Charlie" Baker, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated; Scott D. Lively (Republican) - lost Primary; Robert Kinloch "Bob" Massie, IV (Democratic) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Jimmy Tingle (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman Richard E. Neal (Democratic) - Renominated; Tahirah Amatul-Wadud (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Kevin William Powers (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Jeffrey Daniel "Jeff" Ballinger (Democratic) - lost Primary; Alexandra Eleanor Chandler (Democratic) - lost Primary; Abhijit "Beej" Das (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford (Democratic) - lost Primary; Leonard H. Golder (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Barbara A. L'Italien (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bopha T. Malone (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Juana B. Matias (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy, III (Democratic) - Renominated; Gary J. Rucinski (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Louis Kuchnir (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Congressman Michael E. "Mike" Capuano (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Congressman Stephen F. Lynch (Democratic) - Renominated; Christopher L. Voehl (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brianna Wu (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Congressman William Richard "Bill" Keating (Democratic) - Renominated; William E. "Bill" Cimbrelo (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of the Commonwealth: Secretary of the Commonwealth William Francis "Bill" Galvin (Democratic) - Renominated; Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim (Democratic) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Daniel L. "Dan" Shores (Republican) - lost Primary.

New Mexico: Secretary of State: Ginger G. Grider (Libertarian) - added.

North Dakota: Secretary of State: Roland Riemers (Libertarian) - lost Primary.

Tennessee: House CD 8: John Burke Boatner, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Texas: Governor: Janis Marie Richards (Green) - removed. House CD 3: Scott Lanier Jameson (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 23: Robert Travis Hildt (Green [Independent]) - removed. House CD 24: Michael Jay "Mike" Kolls (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 25: Martin Luecke (Independent) - removed. House CD 30: Joel Gronau (Green) - removed. Attorney General: Jamar Charles Osborne (Green) - removed. Railroad Commissioner 2: George F. Reiter (Green) - removed.

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The Partisan Composition of the U.S. Senate is now 51 Republicans, 47 Democrats, and 2 Independents.

Tuesday 4 September 2018 - Massachusetts Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Massachusetts Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p EDT (1100-0000 UTC). By local option, municipalities may open their polls as early as 5:45 a.m.

Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.
Results from WBZ TV

9 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Diane M. Douglas (Republican) - Lost Primary; Robert "Rob" Branch (Republican) - re-added.

California: Senate Class 3: Erin Cruz (Republican) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: James Harris (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - apparently not a candidate.

Texas: Senate Class 1: Alyson Kennedy (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Jeff Simmons (Write-in) - added. House CD 5: Phil Gray (Libertarian) - re-added. House CD 16: Samuel Lee "Sam" Williams, Jr. (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent. House CD 29: Johnathan Garza (Write-in) - added.

13 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

13 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: House CD 4: Delina DiSanto (Democratic) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Robert "Rob" Branch (Republican) - lost Primary; Public Instruction Superintendent Diane M. Douglas (Republican) - lost Primary.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Lawrence Zupan (Republican) - re-added. House At-Large: H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Natasha Anya "Anya" Tynio (Republican) - re-added. Attorney General: H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Janssen Willhoit (Republican) - added. Treasurer: Richard Morton (Republican) - added; H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Auditor of Accounts: Richard Kenyon (Republican) - added; H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

14 changes to the candidate list. New York Congress CD 25 Special Election called.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

14 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: William "Bill" Gonzales (Write-in [Republican]) - lost Primary. Governor: Mirza Fareed "Fareed" Baig (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary; Robert Weber (Write-in [Republican]) - lost Primary. House CD 1: state Senator Steve Smith (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Joshua Garcia (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Ana Maria Perez Gissy (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: former Tempe City Councilmember David Schapira (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Connecticut: Governor: Richard "Oz" Griebel (Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Unaffiliated.

Michigan: House CD 13 Special: DaNetta L. Simpson (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: Governor: Jimmy McMillan (Rent is 2 Damn High) - added; former Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner (Other [Democratic]) - previously listed as Independent [Democratic]. Lieutenant Governor: Pelham Mayor Michael J. Volpe (Other) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 25 Special: On 20 August 2018, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo called a 6 November 2018 Special Election to fill the vacant seat of former Congressman Louise McIntosh Slaughter who passed away on 16 March 2018. Nominees for Special Elections are selected by the parties in each affected County. There are no primaries. The filing deadline for Party Nominations is 30 August and for Independent Petitions is 4 September..

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Don Leon Blankenship (Constitution [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate.

148 changes to the candidate list. 28 August Arizona and Florida Primaries, Oklahoma Runoff re-cap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

148 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona (28 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Deedra Abboud (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Senator Kelli Ward (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Doug Ducey (Republican) - Renominated; former Secretary of State Ken Bennett (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Steve Farley (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kelly Fryer (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Tiffany Shedd (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: former state Representative Matthew Gerald "Matt" Heinz (Democratic) - lost Primary; William Richard "Billy" Kovacs (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brandon Ray Martin (Republican) - lost Primary; Maria "Mary" Matiella (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Douglas City Councilman Daniel Romero "Danny" "DJ" Morales, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Barbara Louise Sherry (Democratic) - lost Primary; Casey Burke Welch (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Bruce Wheeler (Democratic) - lost Primary; Yahya Yuksel (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Sergio Arellano (Republican) - lost Primary; Edna San Miguel (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Jose Lazaro Torres (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Garrick Arvin McFadden (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Congressman Ruben Gallego (Democratic) - Renominated; state Senator Catherine Miranda (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Congressman Debbie Lesko (Republican) - Renominated; former Maricopa County Schools Superintendent Sandra Elaine Dowling (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Irina Baroness von Behr (Republican) - lost Primary; David Victor "Dave" Giles (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Michele Reagan (Republican) - Lost Primary. Treasurer: Jo Ann F. Sabbagh (Republican) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Jonathan Gelbart (Republican) - lost Primary; Maricopa Community College Governing Board Member Tracy Livingston (Republican) - lost Primary.

Florida (28 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Don Baldauf (Republican) - lost Primary; Timothy Michael "Tim" Devine (Republican) - lost Primary; former Congressman Gwendolyn "Gwen" Graham (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeff Greene (Democratic) - lost Primary; Thomas Christopher "Chris" King (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bob Langford (Republican) - lost Primary; former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Louis Levine (Democratic) - lost Primary; Alexander John "Alex" "Lundy" Lundmark (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Joseph Mercadante (Republican) - lost Primary; Bruce F. Nathan (Republican) - lost Primary; Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Adam H. Putnam (Republican) - lost Primary; John Wetherbee (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert William "Bob" White (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman Matt Gaetz (Republican) - Renominated; Cris Dosev (Republican) - lost Primary; Phillip Charles "Phil" Ehr (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ralph John Mills, III (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Brandon S. Peters (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Congressman Theodore Scott "Ted" Yoho (Republican) - Renominated; Dushyant Jethagir Gosai (Democratic) - lost Primary; Judson Sapp (Republican) - lost Primary; Tom Beckwith Wells (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Congressman Alfred "Al" Lawson, Jr. (Democratic) - Renominated; former Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: former state Representative Fredrick William "Fred" Costello (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Andrew Sevigny (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Nehring Upchurch (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Ward (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Congressman Stephanie Murphy (Democratic) - Renominated; Vennia V. Francois (Republican) - lost Primary; Chardo Jerome Richardson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jonathan Scott "Scott" Sturgill (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Congressman Darren Soto (Democratic) - Renominated; former Congressman Alan Mark Grayson (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Congressman Valdez "Val" Demings (Democratic) - Renominated; Wadeson "Wade" Darius (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Stephen M. Perenich (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert Matthew Tager (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Bradley "Brad" Sostack (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 15: state Representative Neil Combee (Republican) - lost Primary; Paul Sean Harper (Republican) - lost Primary; Danny Kushmer (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrew P. Learned (Democratic) - lost Primary; Raymond "Ray" Peña, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Franklin "Ed" Shoemaker (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 16: Jan Schneider (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 17: William Alan "Bill" Akins (Republican) - lost Primary; Julio Gonzalez (Republican) - lost Primary; William Cyrus "Bill" Pollard, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 18: Congressman Brian Mast (Republican) - Renominated; Dave Cummings (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark Benjamin Freeman (Republican) - lost Primary; Pam Keith (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 19: Todd James Truax (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 20: Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (Democratic) - Renominated; Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 22: Congressman Theodore Eliot "Ted" Deutch (Democratic) - Renominated; Jeff Fandl (Democratic) - lost Primary; Javier "Javi" Manjarres (Republican) - lost Primary; Eddison T. Walters (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 23: Carlos Jose Reyes, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Carla Arlene Spalding (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 24: Congressman Frederica S. Wilson (Democratic) - Renominated; Ricardo De La Fuente (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 26: Congressman Carlos L. Curbelo (Republican) - Renominated; Souraya Faas (Republican) - lost Primary; Demetries Andrew Grimes (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 27: Elizabeth Ketshia Adadi (Republican) - lost Primary; former Miami-Dade County Commissioner Bruno A. Barreiro (Republican) - lost Primary; Anjeanette "Angie" Chirino (Republican) - lost Primary; former Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Matthew W. "Matt" Haggman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael A. Hepburn (Democratic) - lost Primary; Stephen Marks (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael "Mike" Ohevzion (Republican) - lost Primary; Maria M. Peiro (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative David Richardson (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Doral City Councilmember Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera (Republican) - lost Primary; Gina I. Sosa (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Ryan C. Torrens (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Frank H. White (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services: state Senator Denise Grimsley (Republican) - lost Primary; Mike McCalister (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeffrey Duane "Jeff" Porter (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Baxter Griffin Troutman (Republican) - lost Primary; Roy David "R David" Walker (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Iowa: Attorney General: Patrick Anderson (Independent [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate. Treasurer: former Ames City Councilman Jeremy Davis (Republican) - added.

Missouri: House CD 1: Camille Lombardi-Olive (Republican) - lost Primary; Edward L. "Ed" Van Deventer, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary.

New York: Lieutenant Governor: Christalle Felix (Rent is 2 Damn High) - added; Pelham Mayor Michael Volpe (Independent) - added. House CD 12: Eliot Rabin (Rent is 2 Damn High) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 16: Joyce N. Briscoe (Independent [Democratic]) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 19: Dal Lamagna (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Luisa Parker (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: Ulysses Town Board Member John G. "J.G." Hertzler (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 24: William Henry "Bill" Bass, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. Comptroller: Greg Fischer (Rent is 2 Damn High) - added.

Oklahoma (28 August Runoff re-cap): Governor: Oklahoma City Mayor Michael Earl "Mick" Cornett, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Rex L. Lawhorn (Libertarian) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Corporation Commissioner Dana L. Murphy (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Amanda Douglas (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Tulsa County District Attorney Tim Harris (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Donald Clayton "Clay" Padgett (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: former Seminole Mayor Fred Allen "Fred" Gipson (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Thomas Eugene "Tom" Guild (Democratic) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Labor: Cathy Costello (Republican) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Joy Hofmeister (Republican) - Renominated; Linda Murphy (Republican) - lost Primary. Corporation Commissioner 2: Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony (Republican) - Renominated; former state Senator Brian Bingman (Republican) - lost Primary; Blake Cummings (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Oregon: Governor: Christopher K. Henry (Progressive) - added. House CD 4: Congressman Peter Anthony "Pete" DeFazio (Democratic, Progressive, Working Families [Independent Party of Oregon]) - previously listed as Democratic [Independent Party of Oregon].

Pennsylvania: House CD 7: Brianna Johnston (Write-in [Green]) - added.

Tuesday 28 August 2018 - Arizona Primary, Florida Primary, Oklahoma Runoff (Gov-R & Lib; Lt Gov-R; US House 1-D & R, 2-D, 4-D, 5-D; AG-R; Aud-R; Labor-R; Supt-R; Corp-D & R)
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Arizona Primary.
Polling hours are 6:00a-7:00p MST (1300-0200 UTC).

Returns from the Arizona Secretary of State.
Results from Tucson News Now.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Florida Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p EDT (1100-2300 UTC) / 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC). Relatively small portions of this state are in CT and so the vast majority of the polls are closed by the time indicated ET.

Returns from Florida Department of State
Results from NBC 6 South Florida.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Oklahoma Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC). Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 26 June primary, an 28 August runoff will be held between the two top vote-getters: Governor (Libertarian, Republican), Lieutenant Governor (Republican), U.S. House CD 1 (Democratic, Republican), U.S. House CD 2 (Democratic), U.S. House CD 4 (Democratic), U.S. House CD 5 (Democratic), Attorney General (Republican), Auditor and Inspector (Republican), Commissioner of Labor (Republican), Superintendent of Public Instruction (Republican), Corporation Commissioner 2 (Democratic, Republican)

Returns from the Oklahoma State Election Board.
Results from KFOR 4.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

10 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

10 changes to the candidate list:

Kentucky: Governor: Governor Matthew Griswold "Matt" Bevin (Republican) - added as candidate.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: James Harris (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - re-added.

Michigan: Attorney General: Lisa Lane Gioia (Libertarian) - added; Christopher Graveline (Independent) - added.

New York: House CD 19: Diane Neal (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

Pennsylvania: House CD 5: James "Jim" Brose (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Justin Cassidy (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Independent) - previously listed as Independent, Democratic. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman (Democratic, Progressive) - previously listed as Democratic [Progressive]. Auditor of Accounts: Auditor Doug Hoffer (Progressive, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic.

33 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote. Saturday 25 August 2018: Guam Primary recap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

33 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Alyse S. Galvin (Democratic [Undeclared]) - previously listed as Democratic, Undeclared.

Arizona: Senate Class 3: Senator John Sidney McCain (Republican) - Vacant Office - passed away on 25 August 2018.

Connecticut: Governor: Thomas Ford (Independent Party of Connecticut) - apparently not a candidate; Robert "Bob" Stefanowski (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. Lieutenant Governor: state Senator Joseph "Joe" Markley (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 5: former Meriden Mayor Manny Santos (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. Secretary of State: former New Fairfield First Selectman Susan Chapman (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. Treasurer: Thaddeus "Thad" Gray (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. Comptroller: Seymour First Selectman William Kurt "Kurt" Miller (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican. Attorney General: Susan Whitman "Sue" Hatfield (Republican, Independent Party of Connecticut) - previously listed as Republican.

Guam (Saturday 25 August 2018: Guam Primary recap): Governor: island Senator Frank Blas Aguon, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Governor Carl T.C. Gutierrez (Democratic) - lost Primary; island Senator Dennis Gabriel Rodriguez, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Madeleine Zeien Bordallo (Democratic) - Lost Primary.

Iowa: Attorney General: Patrick Anderson (Independent [Republican]) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Steve Gladstone (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; James Harris (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - apparently not a candidate, previously listed as Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]; Michael B. Puskar (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - previously listed as Unaffiliated; Edward G. Shlikas (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Lih Young (Write-in [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic. House CD 6: Ted Athey (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Chin Chuan Yeh (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Rod L. Donnings (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Swami Swaminathan (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate.

Michigan: Secretary of State: Jocelyn Benson (Democratic) - added; Shelby Township Clerk Stan Grot (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Joseph Guzman (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Attorney General: Bill Noakes (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; state Senator Tonya Schuitmaker (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Ohio (Tuesday 7 August 2018 special election called): House CD 12: Congressman Troy Balderson (Republican) - Incumbent added. House CD 12 Special: state Senator Troy Balderson (Republican) - elected.

Oregon: House CD 4: Richard R. Jacobson (Libertarian) - added.

Vermont: Governor: Joseph Barney (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Ohio: House CD 12 Special.

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The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 237 Republicans, 193 Democrats, and 5 vacant seats (Michigan House CD 13, New York House CD 25, Oklahoma House CD 1, Pennsylvania House CD 15, Pennsylvania House CD 7).

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. Senate is now 50 Republicans, 47 Democrats, 2 Independents, and 1 vacant seat (Arizona Senate Class 3).

On the Death of Senator JOHN S. McCAIN 3d [R-Arizona]
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

The Staff of the TheGreenPapers.com wishes to extend its deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends, colleagues and staffers [past and present], of United States Senator John Sidney McCain 3d [Republican, of ARIZONA] who passed away on 25 August 2018 after a year-long battle with brain cancer.

Saturday 25 August 2018: Guam Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Guam Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p ChST (2100-1000 UTC).

Returns from the Guam Election Commission.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: House CD 7: Jennifer Nackerud (Libertarian) - added.

New Mexico: Secretary of State: former state Representative Sandra D. Jeff (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Pennsylvania: House CD 4: Sandra Salas (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

44 changes to the candidate list. Alaska and Wyoming Primary recap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

44 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska (21 August Primary recap): Governor: Governor Bill Walker (Independent) - Renominated; Darin A. Colbry (Republican) - lost Primary; Thomas A. "Tom" Gordon (Republican) - lost Primary; Gerald L. "Jerry" Heikes (Republican) - lost Primary; Merica Hlatcu (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael D. Sheldon (Republican) - lost Primary; former Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell (Republican) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Byron I. Mallott (Independent) - Renominated; former state Representative Lynn Gattis (Republican) - lost Primary; Edie Grunwald (Republican) - lost Primary; Sharon D. Jackson (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Gary L. Stevens (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Wright (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Congressman Donald E. "Don" Young (Republican) - Renominated; Christopher Charles Cumings (Nonpartisan, Democratic) - lost Primary; Carol "Kitty" Hafner (Democratic) - lost Primary; Thomas "John" Nelson (Republican) - lost Primary; Dimitri Shein (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jed Whittaker (Republican) - lost Primary.

New Jersey: House CD 8: Mahmoud Mahmoud (Other) - previously listed as Socialist Party USA.

Rhode Island: Governor: Anne Armstrong (Independent-Compassion) - previously listed as Other. Attorney General: Alan Gordon (Independent-Compassion) - previously listed as Other.

Wisconsin: Governor: Arnie Enz (Other) - re-added.

Wyoming (21 August Primary recap): Senate Class 1: Senator John A. Barrasso (Republican) - Renominated; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; David M. "Dave" Dodson (Republican) - lost Primary; Charles E. "Charlie" Hardy (Republican) - lost Primary; former County Court Judge John A. Holtz (Republican) - lost Primary; Anthony L. Van Risseghem (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Kenneth R. "Ken" Casner (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bill Dahlin (Republican) - lost Primary; Foster Stephen Friess (Republican) - lost Primary; Sam E. Galeotos (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Allen Green (Democratic) - lost Primary; Harriet M. Hageman (Republican) - lost Primary; Taylor Henry Haynes (Republican) - lost Primary; Rex N. Wilde (Democratic) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Congressman Elizabeth "Liz" Cheney (Republican) - Renominated; Travis Helm (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rodney S. "Rod" Miller (Republican) - lost Primary; Blake E. Stanley (Republican) - lost Primary. Treasurer: state Senator Leland G. Christensen (Republican) - lost Primary; Ronald W. "Ron" Redo (Republican) - lost Primary. Auditor: state Representative Nathan A. Winters (Republican) - lost Primary.

Tuesday 21 August 2018: Alaska and Wyoming Primaries
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Alaska Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p AKDT (1500-0400 UTC) / 7:00a-8:00p HADT (1600-0500 UTC). Alaska Time covers most of the state except for the Aleutian Islands west of Umnak Island (approximately half of Aleutian Islands). The media considers Alaska's polls to close at 8 PM Alaska Time and, thus, considers the State "callable" after that hour.

Returns from the Alaska Division of Elections.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Wyoming Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p MDT (1300-0100 UTC).

Returns from the Wyoming Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware: Attorney General: Bernard V. Pepukayi, Sr. (Republican) - added.

South Dakota: Governor: Terry LaFleur (Constitution) - apparently not a candidate.

Utah: Senate Class 1: Hektor Madison Köppre Reiksthegn (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added.

9 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Gregory Evan "Greg" Fitch (Write-in [Non Affiliated]) - re-added.

Massachusetts: Senate Class 1: Sarah Genova Pimentel (Independent) - added.

Michigan: House CD 13: D. Etta Wilcoxon (Write-in [Green]) - previously listed as Green.

Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Steve Scheetz (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 18: Kim Mack (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

Utah: Senate Class 1: DG Daniel Geery (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - previously listed as Unaffiliated; Cody Robert Judy (Write-in [Independent Democrat]) - previously listed as Write-in [Unaffiliated].

Washington: House CD 2: Gary L. Franco (Independent) - lost Primary.

Wisconsin: House CD 7: Ken Driessen (Independent) - previously listed as Other.

4 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

4 changes to the candidate list:

Illinois: Governor: Gregg Moore (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Mary A. Vann-Metcalf (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; William "Dock" Walls, III (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Lawrence Zupan (Republican) - lost Primary.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware: Attorney General: former Chief Sussex County Prosecutor Peggy Marshall Thomas (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Oregon: House CD 3: Marc W. Koller (Independent Party of Oregon, Pacific Green, Progressive) - previously listed as Independent Party of Oregon, Pacific Green.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Folasade Adeluola (Independent [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent, Democratic.

121 changes to the candidate list. 14 August Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont, and Wisconsin Primaries re-cap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

121 changes to the candidate list:

Connecticut (14 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Dominic Rapini (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Danbury Mayor Mark D. Boughton (Republican) - lost Primary; Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Peter "Joe" Ganim (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Trumbull Selectman Timothy M. "Tim" Herbst (Republican) - lost Primary; Steve Obsitnik (Republican) - lost Primary; David Stemerman (Republican) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Darien Fist Selectman Jayme Stevenson (Republican) - lost Primary; New Britain Mayor Erin E. Stewart (Republican) - lost Primary; former Newton City Councillor Eva Bermudez Zimmerman (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Ruby Corby-O'Neill (Republican) - lost Primary; Richard "Rich" DuPont (Republican) - lost Primary; former Simsbury First Selectman Mary Messina Glassman (Democratic) - lost Primary. Treasurer: Dita Bhargava (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Art Linares (Republican) - lost Primary. Comptroller: Mark Greenberg (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: state Senator Paul R. Doyle (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher "Chris" Mattei (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative John Shaban (Republican) - lost Primary.

Kansas: Governor: Governor Jeff Colyer (Republican) - Lost Primary.

Kentucky: House CD 6: James Germalio (Independent) - added.

Minnesota (14 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Senator Amy J. Klobuchar (Democratic) - Renominated; Merrill Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Rae Hart Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Wayne "Steve" Carlson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Allen Emery (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; David Robert Groves (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Leonard J. Richards (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. Senate Class 2 Special: Ali Chehem Ali (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Bob Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; NiKoLay Nikolayevich "Nik" Bey (Republican) - lost Primary; Gregg A. Iverson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Nicholas Gerald "Nick" Leonard (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Richard W. Painter (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Christopher Lovell, "Chris" Seymore, Sr. (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. Governor: Tim Holden (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Mathew "Matt" Kruse (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Erin Murphy (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former Governor Tim Pawlenty (Republican) - lost Primary; Olé Savior (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Attorney General Lori Swanson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Andrew Candler (Republican) - lost Primary; Colin James "Coke" Minehart (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; state Senator Carla Jean Nelson (Republican) - lost Primary; Steve Williams (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Cole Young (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Betty McCollum (Democratic) - Renominated; Muad Hassan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Reid Rossell (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Jamal Abdi Abdulahi (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former state Representative Margaret Anderson Kelliher (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Bob "Again" Carney, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Christopher William "Chris" Chamberlin (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Bobby Joe Champion (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Frank Nelson Drake (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; state Senator Patricia Torres Ray (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Congressman Thomas Earl "Tom" Emmer, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated; Aliena Jeanene "A.J." Kern (Republican) - lost Primary; Patrick Munro (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Matt Prosch (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: North Branch Mayor Kirsten Hagen-Kennedy (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Michelle Denise Lee (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; state Representative Jason Metsa (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; Soren Christian Sorensen (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former Duluth School Board Member Harry Robb Welty (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Sharon Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; former Ramsey County Attorney Tom Foley (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; state Representative Debra Hilstrom (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former state Senator Robert Lessard (Republican) - lost Primary; Matt Pelikan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary; former state Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - lost Primary.

Vermont (14 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Independent) - Renominated; Folasade Adeluola (Independent, Democratic) - lost Primary; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; Jasdeep Pannu (Republican) - lost Primary; Jon Svitavsky (Independent [Democratic]) - previously listed as Independent. Governor: Governor Phil Scott (Republican) - Renominated; James Ehlers (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brenda Siegel (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ethan Sonneborn (Democratic) - lost Primary; Keith Stern (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Congressman Peter F. Welch (Democratic) - Renominated; Daniel Adam "Dan" Freilich (Democratic) - lost Primary; Benjamin L. "Ben" Mitchell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Natasha Anya "Anya" Tynio (Republican) - lost Primary.

Washington: House CD 2: Collin Richard Carlson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Uncle Mover (Other) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Jason Rittereiser (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Wisconsin (14 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Charles "Chuck" Barman (Republican) - lost Primary; Griffin Gilbert Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; George Campbell Lucia (Republican) - lost Primary; Kevin Nicholson (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Scott Walker (Republican) - Renominated; Matt Flynn (Democratic) - lost Primary; Andy Gronik (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mike McCabe (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert Meyer (Republican) - lost Primary; Mahlon Mitchell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joshua "Josh" Pade (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Kelda Helen Roys (Democratic) - lost Primary; Madison Mayor Paul R. Soglin (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Kathleen Vinehout (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Dana Wachs (Democratic) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Kurt Jason Kober (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Janesville School Board Member Cathy Myers (Democratic) - lost Primary; Paul Nehlen, III (Republican) - lost Primary; Nick Polce (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeremy Ryan (Republican) - lost Primary; Kevin Adam Steen (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Gwendolynne S. "Gwen" Moore (Democratic) - Renominated; former state Senator Gary R. George (Democratic) - lost Primary; Cynthia "Cindy" Werner (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Congressman Frank James "Jim" Sensenbrenner, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated; Jennifer Hoppe Vipond (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Brian Ewert (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Douglas "Doug" La Follette (Democratic) - Renominated; City of Madison Alder Arvina Marie Martin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Spencer Zimmerman (Republican) - lost Primary. Treasurer: Cynthia Kaump (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jill Millies (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Treasurer Dawn Marie Sass (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Tuesday 14 August 2018: Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont, and Wisconsin Primaries
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Connecticut Primary.
Polling hours are 6:00a-8:00p EDT (1000-0000 UTC).

Returns from the Connecticut Secretary of the State.
Results from WTNH TV.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Minnesota Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p CDT (1200-0100 UTC). Voting begins at 10:00 AM in some township.

Returns from the Minnesota Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Vermont Primary.
Polling hours are 5:00a-7:00p EDT (0900-2300 UTC). Polls may open as early as 5:00a and no later than 10:00a as set by the Board of Civil Authority.

Returns from the Vermont Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Wisconsin Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p CDT (1200-0100 UTC).

Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Kentucky: House CD 6: Rikka L. Wallin (Independent) - added.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Jon Svitavsky (Independent) - added.

Washington: House CD 9: Douglas Michael "Doug" Basler (Republican) - lost Primary.

49 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

49 changes to the candidate list:

Hawaii (11 August Primary recap): Senate Class 1: Consuelo Elizabeth Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; George L. Berish (Republican) - lost Primary; Roque Mamaka "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; Charles David "Charlie" Haverty (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary; Robert C. Helsham, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael R. Hodgkiss (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew Kameeiamoku Maertens (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary; Edward "Eddie" Pirkowski (Republican) - lost Primary; Arturo Pacheco "Art" Reyes (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary; Thomas Edward White (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor David Yutaka Ige (Democratic) - Renominated; Ernest D. Caravalho (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator John S. Carroll (Republican) - lost Primary; Congressman Colleen Wakako Hanabusa (Democratic) - lost Primary; Wendell J. Ka'ehu'ae'a (Democratic) - lost Primary; Richard Y. Kim (Democratic) - lost Primary; Raymond F. L'Heureux, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Eric Link (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary; Van K. "Tanaban" Tanabe (Democratic) - lost Primary. Lieutenant Governor: Kauai Mayor Bernard P. Carvalho, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator William C. "Will" Espero (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Board of Education Member Kim Coco Iwamoto (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeremy D. Low (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Jill N. Tokuda (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Lieutenant Governor Douglas S. "Doug" Chin (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Represetative Beth Keiko Fukumoto (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Represetative Mark Kaniela " Kaniela" Ing (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Donna A. Mercado Kim (Democratic) - lost Primary; Honolulu City Councilman Ernest Yorihiko "Ernie" Martin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Palasi S. "Sam" Puletasi (Democratic) - lost Primary; Raymond Rene Vinole (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Congressman Tulsi Gabbard (Democratic) - Renominated; Sheryl Francys "Sherry" Alu Campagna (Democratic) - lost Primary; Anthony "Tony" Austin (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Illinois: House CD 3: Justin Hanson (Write-in [Independent]) - added.

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Bruce Jaynes (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Matthew Brendan O'Connor (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: David MacKo (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: House CD 27: Congressman Christopher Carl "Chris" Collins (Republican) - arrested for insider trading (shared material nonpublic information in the purchase of stock) on 8 August 2018. On 11 August 2018 he suspended his campaign in anticipation the he will no longer be running for re-election.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Edward S. Gilbert, Jr. (Independent) - re-added; Reid Kane (Liberty Union) - added. Governor: Trevor Barlow (Independent) - added; Emily "Em" Peyton (Liberty Union) - added; state Senator John Rodgers (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Murray Ngoima (Liberty Union) - added. House At-Large: Laura S. Potter (Liberty Union) - added. Secretary of State: Mary Alice Hebert (Liberty Union) - added. Attorney General: Rosemarie Jackowski (Liberty Union) - added. Auditor of Accounts: Marina Brown (Liberty Union) - added.

Saturday 11 August 2018: Hawaii Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Hawaii Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-6:00p HAST (1700-0400 UTC).

Returns from Hawaii Office of Elections.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

17 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

17 changes to the candidate list:

Delaware: Senate Class 1: Barry Eveland (Write-in) - added.

District of Columbia: Mayor: William E. Hunt (Independent) - added. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Nelson Rimensnyder (Republican) - added.

Kentucky: House CD 4: Mike Moffett (Independent) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 8: Mahmoud Mahmoud (Socialist Party USA) - previously listed as Independent.

New York (readied for 13 September State Primary): Governor: Pankaj K. Shah (Republican) - removed. House CD 7: Jeffrey M. Kurzon (Reform) - added. Attorney General: Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood (Democratic) - Open Office. Comptroller: Comptroller Thomas P. "Tom" DiNapoli (Democratic) - Renominated.

Ohio: House CD 1: Dirk Austin Kubala (Libertarian) - added.

Pennsylvania: House CD 11: Drew Anderson (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Thomas Lasala (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Edward Gilbert, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Brad J. Peacock (Independent) - added. Governor: Joseph Barney (Independent) - added; Caleb Mercure (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Morgantown City Deputy Mayor and Councilor Mark Brazaitis (Write-in) - added.

21 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

21 changes to the candidate list:

Kansas (7 August Primary update): House CD 3: Brent Welder (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: former Saline County Commissioner Randy Duncan (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Labor Secretary Dennis Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Insurance: former state Senator Clark Shultz (Republican) - lost Primary.

Michigan (7 August Primary update): Governor: John J. Tatar (Libertarian) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Weldon Frederick "Fred" Wooden (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: former state Representative Ellen Lipton (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: former Macomb County Commissioner Frank Accavitti, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 11: state Representative Tim Greimel (Democratic) - lost Primary; Suneel Gupta (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative A. Rocky Raczkowski (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 13 Special: former state Representative Rashida Tlaib (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Missouri (7 August Primary update): House CD 4: Steven Koonse (Libertarian) - lost Primary.

New Hampshire (readied for 11 September Primary): Governor: Governor Chris Sununu (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 1: Bruce Crochetiere (Republican) - re-added. House CD 2: Congressman Ann McLane "Annie" Kuster (Democratic) - Renominated.

Rhode Island (readied for 12 September Primary): House CD 2: Congressman James R. "Jim" Langevin (Democratic) - Renominated. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea (Democratic) - Renominated. General Treasurer: General Treasurer Seth Magaziner (Democratic) - Renominated.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Russell Beste (Independent) - added. Governor: Charles "Chuck" Laramie (Independent) - added.

171 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote. Tuesday 7 August 2018 Kansas, Michigan Regular and Special, Missouri, and Washington Primaries recap; Ohio Special Election House CD 12 re-cap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

171 changes to the candidate list:

Kansas (primary re-cap): Governor: Arden Andersen (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Jim Barnett (Republican) - lost Primary; Jack Bergerson (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Patrick "PK" Kucera (Republican) - lost Primary; Tyler Ruzich (Republican) - lost Primary; Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Agriculture Secretary Joshua "Josh" Svaty (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joseph Tutera, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman Roger W. Marshall (Republican) - Renominated; Nick Reinecker (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Basehor City Councilor Vernon James Fields (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Stephen Edward "Steve" Fitzgerald (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Kevin Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Marion Douglas "Doug" Mays (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Dennis Pyle (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Caryn Tyson (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Congressman Kevin W. Yoder (Republican) - Renominated; Trevor Keegan (Republican) - lost Primary; Mike McCamon (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joe Myers (Republican) - lost Primary; Tom Niermann (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jay Sidie (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sylvia D. Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Ron Estes (Republican) - Renominated; Ron M. Estes (Republican) - lost Primary; Laura Lombard (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: state Representative Keith Esau (Republican) - lost Primary; Craig McCullah (Republican) - lost Primary.

Michigan (primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Sandy Pensler (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Lieutenant Governor Brian Nelson Calley (Republican) - lost Primary; William Cecil "Bill" Cobbs (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary, previously listed as Write-in [Democratic]; state Senator Patrick Colbeck (Republican) - lost Primary; former Detroit Health Director Adbulrahman M. "Abdul" El-Sayed (Democratic) - lost Primary; James R. "Jim" Hines (Republican) - lost Primary; Shri Thanedar (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Zigmond A. "Ziggy" Kozicki (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: David T. Benac, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rich Eichholz (Democratic) - lost Primary; George Franklin (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Steven Friday (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Congressman Michael D. "Mike" Bishop (Republican) - Renominated; Lokesh Kumar (Republican) - lost Primary; Christopher E. "Chris" Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Martin Brook (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Michael "Mike" McCarthy (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 11: former Congressman Kerry Bentivolio (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Klint Kesto (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Michael W. "Mike" Kowall (Republican) - lost Primary; Fayrouz Saad (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nancy Skinner (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13: state Senator Ian Conyers (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Shanelle Jackson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Detroit City Council Member Brenda Jones (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kimberly Hill Knott (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary, previously listed as Write-in [Democratic]; Westland Mayor William R. "Bill" Wild (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Coleman Alexander Young, II (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13 Special: state Senator Ian Conyers (Democratic) - lost Primary; Westland Mayor William R. "Bill" Wild (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Missouri (primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Senator Claire C. McCaskill (Democratic) - Renominated; Jerome Bauer (Green) - lost Primary; Gina Bufe (Write-in) - added; Angelica Earl (Democratic) - lost Primary; David Faust (Democratic) - lost Primary; Travis Gonzalez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brian G. Hagg (Republican) - lost Primary; John Hogan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bradley Stewart Krembs (Republican) - lost Primary; Raffaele Antonio "Tony" Monetti (Republican) - lost Primary; Kristi Nichols (Republican) - lost Primary; Kenneth E. "Ken" Patterson (Republican) - lost Primary; Austin Petersen (Republican) - lost Primary; Peter Pfeifer (Republican) - lost Primary; Fred Ryman (Republican) - lost Primary; Christina Smith (Republican) - lost Primary; Leonard Joseph Steinman, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; B. Courtland "Courtland" Sykes (Republican) - lost Primary; Carla "Coffee" Wright (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman William Lacy Clay, Jr. (Democratic) - Renominated; Cori Bush (Democratic) - lost Primary; DeMarco Kaureen Davidson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joshua Shipp (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Congressman Ann L. Wagner (Republican) - Renominated; St. Louis School Board Member William C. "Bill" Haas (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert W. Hazel (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Peter Messmer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mark J. Osmack (Democratic) - lost Primary; Noga Sachs (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Congressman W. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican) - Renominated; Chadwick "Chad" Bicknell (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Vicky Jo Hartzler (Republican) - Renominated; Hallie Jess Thompson (Democratic) - lost Primary; John E. Webb (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Kress Franklin Cambers (Republican) - lost Primary; Richonda Oaks (Republican) - lost Primary; Cisse Spragins (Libertarian) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Edward H. "Ed" Andres (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gary Winston "Winston" Apple (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Congressman Billy Long (Republican) - Renominated; Jim Evans (Republican) - lost Primary; John Farmer de la Torre (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kenneth Hatfield (Democratic) - lost Primary; Benjamin Holcomb (Republican) - lost Primary; Vince D. Jennings (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lance Norris (Republican) - lost Primary. Auditor: state Representative Paul R. Curtman (Republican) - lost Primary; Baldwin City Alderman Kevin M. Roach (Republican) - lost Primary; David Wasinger (Republican) - lost Primary.

Oregon: House CD 1: Drew A. Layda (Libertarian, Pacific Green) - previously listed as Libertarian.

Utah: Senate Class 1: Cody Judy (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added.

Virginia: House CD 2: Shaun Denise Brown (Independent [Democratic]) - previously listed as Independent.

Washington (primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Senator Maria E. Cantwell (Democratic) - On Ballot; Thor Amundson (Independent) - lost Primary; David R. "Dave" Bryant (Republican) - lost Primary; Jon Butler (Independent) - lost Primary; Brad Chase (Other) - lost Primary; Arthur "Art" Coday, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Republican) - lost Primary; James Robert "Jimmie" Deal (Green) - lost Primary; Jennifer "GiGi" Ferguson (Independent) - lost Primary; Edwin Fruit (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - lost Primary, previously listed as Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]; Joseph "Joey" Gibson (Republican) - lost Primary; Matt Hawkins (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew D. Heines (Republican) - lost Primary; Steve Hoffman (Other) - lost Primary; Charlie Richard "Chuck" Jackson (Independent) - lost Primary; George H. Kalberer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mike Luke (Libertarian) - lost Primary; Michael "GoodSpaceGuy" Nelson (Republican) - lost Primary; John Orlinski (Republican) - lost Primary; Tim Owen (Republican) - lost Primary; Don L. Rivers (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mohammad H. Said (Democratic) - lost Primary; RC Smith (Republican) - lost Primary; former Ritzville City Councilman Glen R. "Stocky" Stockwell (Republican) - lost Primary; David Lee "Dave" Strider (Independent) - lost Primary; Keith R. Swank (Republican) - lost Primary; Clint Ronald Tannehill (Democratic) - lost Primary; Alex Tsimerman (Other) - lost Primary; Sam Wright (Other) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman Suzan Kay DelBene (Democratic) - On Ballot; Robert Mair (No Party Preference) - lost Primary; Adam Pilskog (No Party Preference) - lost Primary; Scott E. Stafne (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Congressman Richard Ray "Rick" Larsen (Democratic) - On Ballot; Stonewall Jackson "Stoney" Bird (Green) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Congressman Jaime Lynn Herrera Beutler (Republican) - On Ballot; Earl H. Bowerman (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael James Cortney (Republican) - lost Primary; Dorothy Gasque (Democratic) - lost Primary; Martin Hash (Democratic) - lost Primary; David Malcolm McDevitt (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Jered Gavin Bonneau (Republican) - lost Primary; Kari Olavi Ilonummi (Republican) - lost Primary; Dave Saulibio (Other) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Congressman Derek Kilmer (Democratic) - On Ballot; Tyler Myles Vega (Progressive) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Henry Clay Dennison (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - lost Primary, previously listed as Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]. House CD 8: Keith Arnold (Independent) - lost Primary; Thomas Allen "Tom" Cramer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Patrick Dillon (Other) - lost Primary; William Eugene "Bill" Grassie (Other) - lost Primary; Shannon Hader (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jack Hughes-Hageman (Republican) - lost Primary; Todd Mahaffey (No Party Preference) - lost Primary; Gordon Allen Pross (Republican) - lost Primary; Richard Travis Reyes (Libertarian) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Congressman David Adam "Adam" Smith (Democratic) - On Ballot. House CD 10: Congressman Dennis "Denny" Heck (Democratic) - On Ballot; Tamborine Borrelli (Other) - lost Primary; Nancy Dailey Slotnick (Other) - lost Primary.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Ohio: House CD 12 Special. Too close to call.

Tuesday 7 August 2018: Kansas Primary; Michigan Primary and Special Election Primary House CD 13, Missouri Primary; Ohio Special Election House CD 12; and Washington Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Kansas Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p MDT (1300-0100 UTC) / 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC). For practical purposes, polling places open at 7 AM and close at 7 PM local time on Election Day. Technically, in the Central time zone, polling places open at 7 AM and close at 7 PM. However, a county may open the polls no earlier than 6 AM local time and close them no later than 8 PM. In the Mountain time zone, polling places open at 6 AM and close at 6 PM. However, a county may open the polls no earlier than 5 AM local time and close them no later than 7 PM.

Returns from the Kansas Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Michigan Primary and Special Election Primary House CD 13.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p EDT (1100-0000 UTC) / 7:00a-8:00p CDT (1200-0100 UTC). Relatively small portions of this state are in Central Time and so the vast majority of the polls are closed by the time indicated Eastern Time, when the networks feel they can project.

Returns from the Michigan Department of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Missouri Primary.
Polling hours are 6:00a-7:00p CDT (1100-0000 UTC).

Returns from the Missouri Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Ohio Special Election House CD 12.
Polling hours are 6:30a-7:30p EDT (1030-2330 UTC).

Returns from the Ohio Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

Washington Primary.
Polling hours end at 8:00p PDT (0300 UTC). Washington votes by mail. Ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day, or dropped off in a designated ballot box by 8 p.m. local time on Election Day.

Returns from the Washington Secretary of State.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

22 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

22 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: Governor: Véronique Bellamy (Green) - apparently not a candidate; George Cantrell (American Constitution) - apparently not a candidate; Paul Willmon (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Miguel Lopez (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 2: Kevin Alumbaugh (Write-in [Green]) - added. House CD 3: Bruce Lohmiller (Write-in [Green]) - added; Gary Swing (Write-in [Green]) - re-added, previously listed as United Party; Richard "Turtle" Tetu (Write-in) - added. House CD 4: John Vigil (Write-in [Green]) - added; Richard Lyons Weil (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 5: John Croom (Write-in) - added; Lori Furstenberg (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 6: Christopher Allen (Write-in [Green]) - added. House CD 7: Michael Haughey (Write-in [Green]) - added; Steve Zorn (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. Secretary of State: Bennett Rutledge (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. Treasurer: Gerald Kilpatrick (American Constitution) - added.

Delaware (readied for 6 September Primary): House At-Large: Congressman Lisa Blunt Rochester (Democratic) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer Kenneth "Ken" Simpler (Republican) - Renominated.

New York: Attorney General: Nancy B. Regula (Reform) - apparently not a candidate; Nancy B. Sliwa (Reform) - added.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Edward Gilbert, Jr. (Independent) - added.

25 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

25 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia: Lieutenant Governor: state Senator David Shafer (Republican) - lost 22 May Primary.

Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Senator Mitch McConnell (Republican) - added as candidate.

Massachusetts (readied for 4 September Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Elizabeth A. Warren (Democratic) - Renominated. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Karyn E. Polito (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 2: Congressman James P. "Jim" McGovern (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 5: Congressman Katherine M. Clark (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 6: Congressman Seth W. Moulton (Democratic) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General Maura Healey (Democratic) - Renominated. Treasurer and Receiver-General: Treasurer and Receiver-General Deborah B. "Deb" Goldberg (Democratic) - Renominated. Auditor: Auditor Suzanne M. Bump (Democratic) - Renominated.

New Mexico: Senate Class 1: Public Lands Commissioner Aubrey Dunn, Jr. (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; former Governor Gary Earl Johnson (Libertarian) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Robin L. Dunn (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: House CD 2: Congressman Peter T. "Pete" King (Tax Revolt, Republican, Reform, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Reform, Conservative. House CD 3: Constantinos "Costa" Michailidis (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Joshua A. "Josh" Sauberman (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Joyce N. Briscoe (Independent [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic. House CD 18: former Middletown Town Councilman Scott A. Smith (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: James Brian "Lone Crow" Clasby (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Folasade Adeluola (Independent, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic; Bruce Busa (Independent) - added.

Virgin Islands (4 August Primary re-cap): Governor: former island Finance Commissioner Angel J. Dawson (Democratic) - lost Primary; island Senator Positive T.A. Nelson (No Party) - apparently not a candidate; former island Senator Allison "Allie" Petrus (Democratic) - lost Primary. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Stacey E. Plaskett (Democratic) - Renominated.

US Virgin Islands 4 August Primary Recap: The team of Albert J. Bryan, Jr. (Governor) and Tregenza Roach (Lieutenant Governor) have won the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff
Saturday 4 August 2018: US Virgin Islands Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Virgin Islands Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p AST (1100-2300 UTC).

Returns from the Election System of the Virgin Islands.

The team of Albert J. Bryan, Jr. (Governor) and Tregenza Roach (Lieutenant Governor) have won the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination.

92 changes to the candidate list. 2 August Tennessee Primary re-cap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

92 changes to the candidate list:

District of Columbia: Delegate to the House of Representatives: John Cheeks (Independent) - added; Ned Measel (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Florida: Senate Class 1: Steven Warshell (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Georgia: Governor: Rachele Fruit (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Idaho: House CD 1: Gordon Counsil (Independent) - added; Natalie M. Fleming (Independent) - added; Pau l Farmer (Independent) - added.

Illinois: Governor: Dan Fein (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Kentucky: House CD 2: Thomas Loecken (Independent) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: James Harris (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Michigan: Senate Class 1: George E. Huffman, III (U.S. Taxpayers) - added; Marcia Squier (Green) - previously listed as Independent [Green]; John Howard Wilhelm (Natural Law) - added; Valerie Lee Willis (Write-in [Republican, Independent]) - previously listed as Independent [Republican]. Governor: Keith Butkovich (Natural Law) - added; Ryan Henry Cox (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Larry James Hutchinson, Jr. (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Todd M. Schleiger (U.S. Taxpayers) - previously listed as No Party Affiliation; Richard A. "Rick" Sills (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Ronald E. "Ron" Graeser (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. House CD 3: Ted Gerrard (U.S. Taxpayers) - added; Douglas Mark Smith, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Kathy Goodwin (Working Class) - added. House CD 6: Stephen J. Young (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. House CD 8: David J. Lillis (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. House CD 9: Andrea Kirby (Working Class) - added. House CD 12: Niles Niemuth (Independent [Socialist Equality]) - previously listed as Socialist Equality; Gary Walkowicz (Working Class) - added; Stephen Robert Neale "Steve" Young (Green) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 13: Sam Johnson (Working Class) - added; D. Etta Wilcoxon (Green) - added. House CD 13 Special: Megan Renee Raphoon (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; DaNetta L. Simpson (Independent) - added; Marc Joseph Sosnowski (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. House CD 14: Philip Kolodny (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. Secretary of State: Robert Gale (U.S. Taxpayers) - added. Attorney General: Gerald T. Van Sickle (U.S. Taxpayers) - added.

Minnesota: Senate Class 1: Helen Meyers (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. Governor: Jacquie Henderson (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

New York: Senate Class 1: Margaret Trowe (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Harry D'Agostino (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. Attorney General: Jacob Perasso (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Oregon: House CD 4: former Corvallis City Councilman Michael A. "Mike" Beilstein (Pacific Green) - re-added.

Pennsylvania: Senate Class 1: Osborne Hart (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Tennessee (2 August Primary re-cap): Senate Class 1: Gary Gene Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Aaron L. Pettigrew (Republican) - lost Primary; John Wolfe (Democratic) - lost Primary. Governor: Congressman Diane Lynn Black (Republican) - lost Primary; Randy Boyd (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Craig Fitzhugh (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Beth Harwell (Republican) - lost Primary; Basil J. Marceaux, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Mezianne Vale Payne (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kay White (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Congressman David Philip "Phil" Roe (Republican) - Renominated; Mickie Lou Banyas (Republican) - lost Primary; James Brooks (Republican) - lost Primary; Todd Allen McKinley (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Jason Frederick Emert (Republican) - lost Primary; Hank Hamblin, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative James Lloyd "Jimmy" Matlock (Republican) - lost Primary; Sarah Ashley "Ashley" Nickloes (Republican) - lost Primary; Vito Anthony Sagliano (Republican) - lost Primary; Joseph William Schenkenfelder (Democratic) - lost Primary; Clifford David Stansberry (Republican) - lost Primary; Joshua Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Congressman Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann (Republican) - Renominated; Jeremy Shane Massengale (Republican) - lost Primary; Harold Elwood Shevlin (Republican) - lost Primary; William E. "Bill" Spurlock, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Congressman Scott Eugene DesJarlais (Republican) - Renominated; Christopher Jolly Hale (Democratic) - lost Primary; David Jackson "Jack" Maddux (Republican) - lost Primary; Steven Doyle Reynolds (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Glen Dean (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: former Chancery Court Judge Robert Ewing "Bob" Corlew, III (Republican) - lost Primary; Christopher Martin "Chris" Finley (Democratic) - lost Primary; Peter "Pete" Heffernan (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Judd Matheny (Republican) - lost Primary; Christopher Brian Monday (Republican) - lost Primary; LaVern "Uturn LaVern" Vivio (Republican) - lost Primary; Merrilee Wineinger (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Matt Reel (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8 (the Democratic Primary is too close to call): Congressman David Kustoff (Republican) - Renominated; former Shelby County Commissioner George S. Flinn, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Colleen Owens (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Congressman Stephen Ira "Steve" Cohen (Democratic) - Renominated; Isaac Richmond (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kasandra Lee Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Texas: Senate Class 1: Alyson Kennedy (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Washington: Senate Class 1: Edwin Fruit (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. House CD 7: Henry Clay Dennison (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Thursday 2 August 2018: Tennessee Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Tennessee Primary.
Polling hours are 7:00a-8:00p EDT / 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC). The polls close at the same GMT/UTC time, that is, polls close at a particular local time in the advanced time zone and close one hour earlier local time in the lagging time zone. Poll opening times are set by county. In some counties, polls open as late as 9a in the prevailing time zone.

Returns from the Tennessee Division of Elections.
Results from Politico.
Results from The New York Times.

16 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

16 changes to the candidate list:

Michigan: House CD 13: John Conyers, III (Write-in [Democratic, Independent]) - apparently not a candidate; Patrick Huckelberry (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 13 Special: John Conyers, III (Independent [Democratic]) - apparently not a candidate.

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Philena Irene Farley (Write-in [Green]) - apparently not a candidate. Governor: Collin Hill (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Mike Goldschmidt (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Anthony J. Seta (Write-in [Green]) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: James Joseph "Jim" Condit, Jr. (Green) - previously listed as Write-in [Green]. Mr. Condit ran as a write-in in the primary and received the Green Party's nomination. The Ohio Green Party has disavowed him. House CD 10: Michael James Harless Little (Nonparty) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: James Jerome Bell (Write-in [Independent]) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 14: James Rajiah (Nonparty) - apparently not a candidate. Treasurer: Paul Curry (Write-in [Green]) - apparently not a candidate.

Oregon: House CD 3: Michael P. Marsh (Constitution) - added.

Pennsylvania: House CD 7 Special: Lehigh County Commissioner Martin W. "Marty" Nothstein (Republican) - added; former Allentown City Solicitor Susan Ellis Wild (Democratic) - added.

Utah: House CD 3: Timothy L. Zeidner (United Utah) - added.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia: Governor: Rod Mack (Write-in) - added.

Kentucky: House CD 4: David Goodwin (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent.

Minnesota: House CD 5: Les Lester (Write-in [Green]) - added.

26 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

26 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona (readied for 28 August Primary): Governor: Barry Hess (Write-in [Libertarian]) - re-added, previously listed as Libertarian. House CD 1: Congressman Tom O'Halleran (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 3: Congressman Raúl M. Grijalva (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 4: Congressman Paul Anthony Gosar (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 5: Congressman Andy Biggs (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 6: Congressman David Schweikert (Republican) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General Mark Brnovich (Republican) - Renominated. Mine Inspector: Mine Inspector Joe Hart (Republican) - Renominated.

California: Senate Class 3: Paul Anthony Gutierrez (Republican) - added.

Florida (readied for 28 August Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Bill Nelson (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 2: Congressman Neal Patrick Dunn (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 4: Congressman John Rutherford (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 8: Congressman William "Bill" Posey (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 11: Congressman Daniel "Dan" Webster (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 12: Congressman Gus Michael Bilirakis (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 13: Congressman Charlie Joseph Crist (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 14: Congressman Katherine Anne "Kathy" Castor (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 16: Congressman Vernon "Vern" Buchanan (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 19: Congressman Francis Rooney (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 21: Congressman Lois J. Frankel (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 23: Congressman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 25: Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican) - Renominated. Chief Financial Officer: Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis (Republican) - Renominated.

Georgia: Senate Class 2: Akhenaten Hotep Amun (Democratic) - added.

Oregon: Governor: Alex DiBlasi (Pacific Green) - apparently not a candidate.

Virginia: House CD 4: Peter Joseph "Pete" Wells (Libertarian) - re-added.

38 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

38 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: House CD 1: Raymon Anthony Doane (Libertarian) - previously listed as a candidate for Treasurer.

Georgia: House CD 6 correction: Kevin Abel (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lucia Kay "Lucy" McBath (Democratic) - nominated.

Texas: House CD 1: Renee Culler (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Nicholas Martin (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: James "Jim" Kelaher (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Chigozie Nwokeafor (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Roger Richard Barone (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Robert Carter Mason (Independent [Green]) - apparently not a candidate, previously listed as Independent [Green]. House CD 4: Cody Wommack (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Griffin Jones (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Gregory "Greg" Brady (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Harold Rocketto (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Bradley Schuster (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Don Coronado (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Liz Fliescher (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Ethan Singletary (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Rene Fierro (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Samuel Lee Williams, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 18: Lori Anita Bartley (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Donald "Don" Batiste (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Vincent "Vince" Duncan (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; John-Paul Schmidt (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 20: Robert Steven Hostetler (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 21: Isaac Gallegos (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Thomas "Tom" Molnar (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Ricardo Turullols-Bonilla (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 22: Margot Gage (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: Robert Travis Hildt (Green [Independent]) - previously listed as Independent, Green. House CD 25: Tyson Heder (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 26: Bryce Goodman (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Shanda Krohn (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 27: former Ingleside Mayor William "Willie" Vaden (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 32: Michael Dee (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jamiel Sale (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 35: Ryan Darrell McKay (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 36: Earl Flowers (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Hal Ridley, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Texas: House CD 27 Special.

5 changes to the candidate list. Georgia 24 July Runoffs re-cap.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

5 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia (24 July Runoffs re-cap): Governor: Lieutenant Governor Lowell S. "Casey" Cagle (Republican) - lost Primary. The Republican Runoff for Lieutenant Governor is too close to call. House CD 6: Lucia Kay "Lucy" McBath (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: David Kim (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: former Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle (Republican) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Education: Sidney "Sid" Chapman (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Tuesday 24 July 2018: Georgia Runoffs from 22 May Primary
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Georgia Runoffs from 22 May Primary. Since no candidate received 50% of the vote plus 1 in the 22 May Primary for Governor (Republican), Lieutenant Governor (Republican), U .S. House CD 6 (Democratic), U.S. House CD 7 (Democratic), Secretary of State (Republican), Superintendent of Education (Democratic); the top 2 vote getters will advance to a 24 July runoff.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p EDT (1100-2300 UTC).

Returns from the Georgia Secretary of State.
Results from Fox 5 Atlanta.
Results from 11 Alive Atlanta.
Results from The New York Times.
Results from Politico.

21 changes to the candidate list. Major party filing is now closed in all jurisdictions.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

21 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Angela Green (Write-in [Green]) - previously listed as Write-in [Democratic]. House CD 7: Gary Swing (Write-in [Green]) - added.

Louisiana (filing has closed): House CD 3: Robert Jon "Rob" Anderson (Democratic) - previously listed as Independent; Aaron J. Andrus (Libertarian) - added; Phillip Conner (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; David Charles "Dave" Langlinais (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Mark David Halverson (No Party) - added. House CD 5: Billy Burkette (Independent) - added; Jessee Carlton Fleenor (Democratic) - added; Kyle Randol (Libertarian) - added. Secretary of State Special: Secretary of State R. Kyle Ardoin (Republican) - added as candidate; Heather Cloud (Republican) - added; "Gwen" Collins-Greenup (Democratic) - added; Thomas J. "Tom" Kennedy, III (Republican) - added; Matthew Paul "Matt" Moreau (No Party) - added.

New York: House CD 19: Antonio Delgado (Democratic, Women's Equality) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 21: Tedra Lynne Cobb (Democratic, Women's Equality) - previously listed as Democratic; Dylan Ratigan (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate; Kathryn K. "Katie" Wilson (Working Families) - re-added.

Wyoming (readied for 21 August Primary): Secretary of State: Secretary of State Edward A. "Ed" Buchanan (Republican) - Renominated. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Jillian A. Balow (Republican) - Renominated.

7 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

7 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Mine Inspector: Kim Ruff (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added.

Louisiana: House CD 1: Ronald Denenea (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Frederick 'Ferd' Jones (Independent) - added. House CD 3: Charles David Metcalf, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Devin Lance Graham (Independent) - added.

Maryland: House CD 5: Jonathon Mark "Johnny" Rice (Write-in [Republican]) - re-added, previously listed as Republican.

Presidential Candidates: Joe Edward Collins, III (Republican) - added.

6 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

6 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana: House CD 2: Belden "Noonie Man" Batiste (Independent) - added; Shawndra Rodriguez (No Party) - added; Jesse Schmidt (No Party) - added.

Maine: Senate Class 2: Max Patrick Linn (Republican) - re-added; Cat London (Democratic) - added.

New Hampshire: House CD 1: Bruce Crochetiere (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

13 changes to the candidate list. Alabama 17 July Runoffs Re-cap
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

13 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama (17 July Runoffs Re-cap): Lieutenant Governor: Alabama Public Service Commissioner Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Congressman Martha Roby (Republican) - Renominated; former Congressman Bobby Neal Bright, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Attorney General Steven Troy "Steve" Marshall (Republican) - Renominated; former Attorney General Troy King (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries: state Senator Gerald O. Dial (Republican) - lost Primary.

New Mexico: House CD 2: Mike Rosales (Independent) - added.

New York: Governor: former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra (Independence) - apparently not a candidate.

Ohio: House CD 5: Don Kissick (Libertarian) - added. House CD 12: Matthew Brendan O'Connor (Libertarian) - added. House CD 14: David MacKo (Libertarian) - added. Secretary of State: Dustin Nanna (Libertarian) - added.

Utah: House CD 2: Jan Garbett (United Utah) - apparently not a candidate.

Tuesday 17 July 2018: Alabama 5 June Runoffs
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2018 Primary and Runoff Elections for Statewide offices and Congress Chronologically.


Alabama Runoff. Since no candidate running for Lieutenant Governor (Republican), U.S. House CD 2 (Republican), Attorney General (Republican), or Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries (Republican) received more than 50% of the vote in the 5 June primary, a 17 July runoff will be held between the two top vote-getters.
Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC).

North Carolina is conducting a Second Primary (runoff) on Tuesday 17 July 2018. No offices covered by this website require a runoffs

Returns from the Alabama Secretary of State.
Results from WSFA Montgomery.
Results from Politico.

3 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Governor: Robert Weber (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 3: Joshua Garcia (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.

North Dakota: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Alvin A. "Al" Jaeger (Republican) - Lost Primary / Still On Ballot.

51 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

51 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Gregory Evan "Greg" Fitch (Write-in [Non Affiliated]) - apparently not a candidate.

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Nicholas N. Glenn (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

California (5 June Primary update): House CD 8: Marjorie "Marge" Doyle (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 19: Justin James Aguilera (Republican) - previously listed as Write-in [Republican]. House CD 32: Joshua M. Scott (Republican) - previously listed as Write-in [Republican]. House CD 51: John R. Renison, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 53: Matthew James "Matt" Mendoza (Republican) - lost Primary.

Colorado: Governor: Paul Willmon (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - re-added, previously listed as Unaffiliated.

Connecticut (readied for 14 August Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Christopher Scott "Chris" Murphy (Democratic) - Renominated; Ann-Marie Adams (Democratic) - removed. Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Charlie L. Stallworth (Democratic) - removed. House CD 1: Congressman John B. Larson (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 2: Congressman Joseph D. "Joe" Courtney (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 3: Congressman Rosa L. DeLauro (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 4: Congressman Jim Himes (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 5: John Pistone (Unaffiliated [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (Democratic) - Renominated; former Seymour Selectman Karen Talamelli Cusick (Democratic) - removed. Comptroller: Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo (Democratic) - Renominated.

Hawaii (readied for 11 August Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Mazie K. Hirono (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 1: Emmanuel Samonte Tipon (Republican) - removed.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Mia Danielle Mason (Green [Democratic]) - apparently not a candidate.

Minnesota (readied for 14 August Primary): Governor: Trahern Crews (Green) - removed; James Everett (Independence) - removed; Jenny Rhoades (Independence) - removed. House CD 2: Congressman Jason Mark Lewis (Republican) - Renominated; Bradley "Brad" Svenson (Independence) - removed. House CD 3: Congressman Erik Paulsen (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 7: Congressman Collin Clark Peterson (Democratic) - Renominated; Chad Lee Enstad (Independence) - removed. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Steve Simon (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - Renominated.

New Mexico: Governor: Bob Walsh (Write-in [Libertarian]) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: Governor: former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra (Independence) - re-added, previously listed as Reform.

South Dakota: Secretary of State: Alexandra Frederick (Democratic) - added. Commissioner of School and Public Lands: School and Public Lands Commissioner Ryan Brunner (Republican) - Renominated.

Vermont (readied for 14 August Primary): Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman (Democratic, Progressive) - Renominated. Secretary of State: Secretary of State James C. "Jim" Condos (Democratic) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General T.J. Donovan (Democratic) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer Elizabeth "Beth" Pearce (Democratic) - Renominated. Auditor of Accounts: Auditor Doug Hoffer (Democratic) - Renominated.

Wisconsin (readied for 14 August Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Tammy Baldwin (Democratic) - Renominated. Governor: Arnie Enz (Other) - apparently not a candidate. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 1: James R. Germalic (Other) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Congressman Mark Pocan (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 3: Congressman Ronald James "Ron" Kind (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 6: Congressman Glenn S. Grothman (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 7: Congressman Sean P. Duffy (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 8: Congressman Michael John "Mike" Gallagher (Republican) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General Brad David Schimel (Republican) - Renominated.

Presidential Candidates: Ryan Andrew Farber (Democratic) - added.

9 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Governor: Christopher A. Countryman (Write-in [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic.

Arizona: Governor: Mirza Fareed "Fareed" Baig (Write-in [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic.

Colorado: Governor: Kathleen Cunningham (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Paul Willmon (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Paul Daly (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Nathan Clay (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Marcus France (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate.

New York (filing for the 12 September state Primary has closed): Governor: former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra (Reform) - apparently not a candidate. Attorney General: Tish James (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

5 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

5 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Doug Marks (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Eve Reyes-Aguirre (Green) - apparently not a candidate.

Delaware (filing has closed): House At-Large: Rose Izzo (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

Montana: House At-Large: Douglas Bruce "Doug" Campbell, II (Write-in [Green]) - re-added, previously listed as Green.

Oregon: House CD 5: former Corvallis City Councilman Michael A. "Mike" Beilstein (Pacific Green) - apparently not a candidate.

13 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

13 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Angela Green (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Adam Kokesh (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added. House CD 1: Zhani Doko (Write-in [Libertarian]) - re-added, previously listed as Libertarian. House CD 9: Jenn Gray (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added. Attorney General: Michael Kielsky (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added.

Delaware: Attorney General: former Chief Sussex County Prosecutor Peggy Marshall Thomas (Republican) - added. Auditor: James Spadola (Republican) - added.

Georgia: House CD 12: Brian Brown (Write-in) - added. Superintendent of Education: Sonia Francis-Rolle (Write-in) - added.

Montana: House At-Large: Douglas Bruce "Doug" Campbell, II (Green) - apparently not a candidate. On 9 July 2018, Montana First Judicial District Court removed the Green Party from the ballot.

New Mexico: Secretary of State: Gavin Clarkson (Republican) - added. JoHanna Cox (Republican) - removed. On 7 July 2018, the Republican Party's State Central Committee selected Gavin Clarkson as the replacement candidate for JoHanna Cox who withdrew on 18 June 2018. Mr. Clarkson had lost the 5 June 2018 primary for U.S. House CD 2.

Oregon: House CD 3: Marc W. Koller (Independent Party of Oregon, Pacific Green) - previously listed as Independent Party of Oregon [Pacific Green].

10 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

10 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: William Gonzales (Write-in [Republican]) - added. Governor: Angel Torres (Write-in [Green]) - re-added, previously listed as Green. House CD 4: Ana Maria Perez Gissy (Write-in [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic.

Kentucky: Governor: Attorney General Andy Beshear (Democratic) - added. House CD 5: Billy Ray Wilson (Write-in) - re-added. Attorney General: Attorney General Andy Beshear (Democratic) - Open Office.

Maryland: House CD 7: Michael Tyrone Pearson (Republican) - lost Primary.

Mississippi: Auditor of Public Accounts: Auditor of Public Accounts Shadrack "Shad" White (Republican) - On 6 July 2018, Governor Phil Bryant (Republican) appointed Shad White (Republican) to fill the remainder of the term when the office becomes vacant.

New York: Governor: Pankaj K. Shah (Republican) - added.

Utah: House CD 3: Melanie McCoard (United Utah) - apparently not a candidate.

53 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

53 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Treasurer: On 3 April 2018, Treasurer Jeff DeWit (Republican), who was first elected in 2014, resigned to become NASA's Chief Financial Officer in the Trump Administration after being confirmed by the U.S. Senate. On 17 April 2018, Governor Doug Ducey (Republican) named Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen I. Klein to serve the remainder of the term.

California: Lieutenant Governor: Cole Harris (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Nils Ian Palsson (No Party Preference) - lost Primary. House CD 10: former Turlock City Councilman Ted D. Howze (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Shahid Buttar (Democratic) - lost Primary; Stephen R. Jaffe (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 19: Robert Ornelas (Write-in [American Independent]) - lost Primary; Karl Ryan (Write-in [Republican]) - lost Primary. House CD 23: Wendy Reed (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 32: Ricardo "Ricky" De La Fuente (Write-in [Democratic]) - lost Primary. House CD 44: Jazmina "Jaz" Saavedra (Republican) - lost Primary. Treasurer: former Cudahy City Councilman Jack M. Guerrero (Republican) - lost Primary.

Delaware: House At-Large: Scott Walker (Republican) - added.

Indiana: House CD 6: Heather Leigh Meloy (Write-in [Libertarian, Independent]) - previously listed as Write-in [Libertarian].

Kansas (readied for 7 August Primary): Attorney General: Attorney General Derek Schmidt (Republican) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer Jacob "Jake" LaTurner (Republican) - Renominated.

Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Karl Das (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: David Goodwin (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Joshua Matthias Neace (American Solidarity) - apparently not a candidate.

Michigan (readied for 7 August Primary): Senate Class 1: Senator Debbie Stabenow (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 1: Congressman John W. "Jack" Bergman (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 2: Congressman William P. "Bill" Huizenga (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 3: Congressman Justin Amash (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 4: Congressman John Moolenaar (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 5: Congressman Daniel T. "Dan" Kildee (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 6: Congressman Frederick Stephen "Fred" Upton (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 7: Congressman Timothy L. "Tim" Walberg (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 8: Brian James Ellison (Libertarian) - re-added. House CD 10: Congressman Paul Mitchell, III (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 12: Congressman Debbie Dingell (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 14: Congressman Brenda Lulenar Lawrence (Democratic) - Renominated.

Mississippi: Auditor of Public Accounts: Auditor of Public Accounts Stacey E. Pickering (Republican) - Auditor Pickering, who was first elected in 2007 and re-elected in 2011 and 2015, will resign on 15 July 2018 to become head of the Mississippi Veterans Affairs Board. Governor Phil Bryant (Republican) will appoint a replacement who will serve for the remainder of the term.

Missouri (readied for 7 August Primary): House CD 5: Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 6: Congressman Samuel B. "Sam" Graves, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 8: Congressman Jason T. Smith (Republican) - Renominated. Auditor: Auditor Nicole Galloway (Democratic) - Renominated.

New Mexico: Governor: Christopher Michael Roybal (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Bob Liebman (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Jasen Lemar Edwards (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate; Grady L. Owens (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: House CD 14: Congressman Joseph "Joe" Crowley (Democratic) - Lost Primary - previously listed as Women's Equality.

North Carolina: House CD 13: Robert Corriher (Green) - added.

Oregon: House CD 4: Arthur Brouhard "Art" Robinson (Republican, Constitution) - previously listed as Republican.

Virginia: Senate Class 1: Joshua Philip Yabut (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Peter Joseph "Pete" Wells (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Elkton Town Councillor Steve America (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Helen Alli (Whig) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Mike Webb (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Scott Blankenship (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Peter Anthony "Pete" Carey (Whig) - apparently not a candidate.

Washington (readied for 7 August Primary): House CD 4: Congressman Daniel Milton "Dan" Newhouse (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 7: Congressman Pramila Jayapal (Democratic) - On Ballot.

Presidential Candidates: Kenneth E. Nwadike, Jr. (Democratic) - added.

17 changes to the candidate list.
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17 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: Governor: Paul Noel Fiorino (Unaffiliated) - added; John French (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Richard Osada (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Dianna Perkins (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Joanne Rock (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Schroeder (American Constitution) - apparently not a candidate; Korey Paul Starkey (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Wilbourn (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Paul Willmon (Unaffiliated) - added. House CD 7: Marcus France (Unaffiliated) - added. Secretary of State: Blake Huber (Independent) - added.

Delaware: Auditor: Joan Winters (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Michigan: House CD 13: Kimberly Hill Knott (Write-in [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic.

New York: House CD 21: Dylan Ratigan (Working Families) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic; Kathryn K. "Katie" Wilson (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: Max Harold Della Pia (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Oregon: House CD 5: former Corvallis City Councilman Michael A. "Mike" Beilstein (Pacific Green) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 4.

14 changes to the candidate list.
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14 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: Governor: Scott Hawkins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Connecticut: Senate Class 1: Angela Capinera (Green) - apparently not a candidate; Jeff Russell (Green) - added. House CD 2: Michelle Louis Picking (Green) - added. House CD 5: Shannon Kula (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: Christopher Fischer (Write-in [Independent]) - added; John Patrick Piper (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Thomas Ballock (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Heather Leigh Meloy (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added. Treasurer: Treasurer Kelly Mitchell (Republican) - added as candidate.

Maryland: House CD 7: Rod L. Donnings (Unaffiliated) - added.

Michigan: House CD 13: John Conyers, III (Independent [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic. House CD 13 Special: John Conyers, III (Independent [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic.

Wisconsin: House CD 1: Bradley Thomas "Brad" Boivin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

11 changes to the candidate list.
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11 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: Attorney General: state Representative Joseph "Joe" Salazar (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Connecticut: Lieutenant Governor: Richard Varrone (Unaffiliated) - added.

Florida: Governor: Jeanne Elizabeth Hunter (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 15: Curtis Ralph "Curt" Rogers (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Indiana: House CD 1: Jonathan S. Kleinman (Write-in [Independent]) - added. Secretary of State: Jeremy Heath (Write-in [Pirate]) - previously listed as Write-in [Other].

Louisiana: Secretary of State Special: former state Senator A.G. Crowe (Republican) - added; state Representative Rick Edmonds (Republican) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Michael B. Puskar (Unaffiliated) - added.

Tennessee: Governor: Jaron D. Weidner (Independent) - re-added. House CD 5: Congressman James H. S. "Jim" Cooper (Democratic) - Renominated.

20 changes to the candidate list. 30 June Texas House CD 27 Special Election. 2 changes to the popular vote.
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20 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: Treasurer: state Representative Justin Everett (Republican) - lost Primary.

Illinois: Governor: Mary A. Vann-Metcalf (Independent) - added. House CD 3: Ed Rutledge (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Mateusz "Mat" Tomkowiak (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Andrew Ulysses Dwight Straw (Not readily classifiable) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Kyle Lee Master Owens (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 17: Charles Helmick (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: Nathan J. Altman (Write-in [Independent]) - re-added, previously listed as Independent; James L. Johnson, Jr. (Write-in [Other]) - previously listed as Write-in [Independent]. Secretary of State: Jeremy Heath (Write-in [Other]) - added.

Missouri: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe (Republican) - On 18 June 2018, Governor Michael L. "Mike" Parson (Republican) appointed Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kehoe (Republican) to the Lieutenant Governor's chair.

Nebraska: Attorney General: Evangelos "Van" Argyrakis (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: House CD 2: Liubov "Liuba" Grechen Shirley (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Suffolk County Legislator DuWayne Gregory (Women's Equality, Independence) - previously listed as Women's Equality, Independence, Working Families. House CD 14: Congressman Joseph "Joe" Crowley (Women's Equality) - previously listed as Working Families, Women's Equality; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 18: Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (Independence, Women's Equality, Democratic) - previously listed as Independence, Women's Equality, Working Families, Democratic. House CD 25: state Assemblyman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic) - previously listed as Working Families, Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic.

Texas: House CD 27: Congressman Michael J. Cloud (Republican) - Incumbent added. House CD 27 Special: Michael J. Cloud (Republican) - elected.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 236 Republicans, 193 Democrats, and 6 vacant seats (Michigan House CD 13, New York House CD 25, Ohio House CD 12, Oklahoma House CD 1, Pennsylvania House CD 15, Pennsylvania House CD 7).

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2 changes to the popular vote:

Oregon: Commissioner of Labor and Industries.

Texas: House CD 27 Special.