The Green Papers: What's New?

Fourth Quarter (Oct - Dec) 2018

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

3 changes to the candidate list:

Missouri: House CD 3: Congressman W. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican) - added as candidate.

New Jersey: Senate Class 2: Lisa McCormick (Democratic) - added.

New York: House CD 23: Tracy Mitrano (Democratic) - added.

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The official/certified 2018 General Election vote is available for: Pennsylvania and Virgin Islands.

1 change to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

1 change to the candidate list:

Louisiana: Secretary of State: Gwen Collins-Greenup (Democratic) - added.

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The official/certified 2018 General Election vote is available for: Maryland and Tennessee.

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

3 changes to the 2018 candidate list:

Tennessee: Senate Class 1: Nicholas Brent Mantanona (Write-in) - removed. Governor: Eddie Murphy (Write-in) - added. House CD 9: Nicholas Brent Mantanona (Write-in) - removed.

3 changes to the 2019 candidate list:

Georgia: House CD 1: Lisa M. Ring (Democratic) - added.

Louisiana: Treasurer: Treasurer John M. Schroder, Sr. (Republican) - added as candidate.

Mississippi: Secretary of State: state Senator Michael Watson (Republican) - added.

11 changes to the candidate list. New section: 2019 Primary, Runoff, and General Elections
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

New section: 2019 Primary, Runoff, and General Elections.

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11 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: House CD 23: Shlomo Nizahon (Republican) - added; Christine Alexandria Olivo (Democratic) - added.

Michigan: House CD 3: Catherine "Cathy" Albro (Democratic) - added; Emily E. Rafi (Democratic) - added.

Mississippi: Governor: state Representative Robert Foster (Republican) - added.

North Carolina: Lieutenant Governor: state Senator Terry Van Duyn (Democratic) - added.

Texas: House CD 7: Thomas Christian "Tom" DeVor (Republican) - added; Christopher Rashaud Sandles (Democratic) - added.

Virginia: Governor: Attorney General Mark R. Herring (Democratic) - added. House CD 7: Craig Ennis (Republican) - added. Attorney General: Attorney General Mark R. Herring (Democratic) - Open Office.

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The official/certified 2018 General Election vote is available for: Arizona.

12 changes to the candidate list. Louisiana Secretary of State Special Runoff results.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

12 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana: Secretary of State Special Runoff: Secretary of State R. Kyle Ardoin (Republican) - elected.

North Carolina: Lieutenant Governor: former state Senator Cal Cunningham (Democratic) - added.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Ohio, Oregon, and Washington.

Commentary: STORM WARNING: - So, what came out of the 2018 American Elections?
by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Commentary:
STORM WARNING:
So, what came out of the 2018 American Elections?

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff

A little over a month ago, as I now type this, the 2018 General Elections were held throughout the United States of America; by now, enough time has passed to allow for an at least somewhat more sober assessment of its effects on the American political landscape than that afforded by so-called 'instant analysis' in the immediate aftermath of the counting of the votes cast.

No-- I don't see this most recent General Election here in the United States as having been a so-called 'Blue Wave'...

Instead, I would much more call it (as I already have publicly via other media besides my own writing for this website) a case of Blue 'Coastal Flooding': a warning, perhaps, that the political "sea" is rising, and that the Great Houses of the Grand Old Party nestled within the "swale" behind the "dunes" are in ever graver danger as more and more of the Republican "beach" gets washed away and the protective "dune line" gets more and more ....

8 December 2018 Louisiana Secretary of State Special Runoff Election
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Louisiana Secretary of State Special Runoff Election. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 6 November 2018 election, there will be a Saturday 8 December 2018 runoff between Secretary of State R. Kyle Ardoin (Republican) and "Gwen" Collins-Greenup (Democratic). Polling hours 7:00a-8:00p CST (1300-0200 UTC).

Returns from the Louisiana Department of State.
Results from WAFB.

Secretary of State R. Kyle Ardoin (Republican) won the Saturday 8 December 2018 runoff with 59% of the vote.

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

4 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana: Governor: Congressman Ralph Lee Abraham, Jr. (Republican) - added.

Mississippi: Treasurer: Treasurer Lynn Fitch (Republican) - Open Office - running for Attorney General in 2019.

Missouri: Attorney General: Attorney General Joshua David "Josh" Hawley (Republican) - Open Office - ran for and won the Class 1 Senate Seat in 2018.

Wisconsin: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Anthony Steven "Tony" Evers (Nonpartisan) - Open Office - ran for and won the Governor's chair in 2018.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Nebraska.

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

13 changes to the candidate list:

West Virginia: Governor: Stephen Noble Smith (Democratic) - added.

Wisconsin: Governor: (No Candidate) (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; (No Candidate) (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Arnie Enz (Independent [The Wisconsin Party]) - previously listed as The Wisconsin Party; Michael J. White (Independent [Wisconsin Green]) - previously listed as Wisconsin Green. House CD 1: Joseph Kexel (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 2: Bradley Jason Burt (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Rick Cruz (Write-in [Independent]) - added; Joey Wayne Reed (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 5: Ramon Garcia (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 7: Ken Driessen (Independent [Direct Participatory Democracy]) - previously listed as Direct Participatory Democracy, Independent; Bob Look (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. Secretary of State: Brad Karas (Write-in [Wisconsin Green]) - added.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi (except for the Senate Class 2 runoff), and Wisconsin.

12 changes to the candidate list. 4 December Georgia Secretary of State runoff results.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

12 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia: Secretary of State: state Representative Brad Raffensperger (Republican) - elected.

Illinois: Governor: Mary Arline Vann-Metcalf (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Mary Arline Vann-Metcalf (Write-in) - added. House CD 15: Tim E. Buckner (Write-in) - added. House CD 16: John M. Stassi (Write-in) - added. Treasurer: Mary Arline Vann-Metcalf (Write-in) - added.

Mississippi: Governor: Velesha Williams (Democratic) - added.

Wisconsin: Governor: Paul Boucher (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Ryan Cason (Write-in [Republican]) - added; Mark S. Grimek (Write-in [Constitution]) - added; Jared William Landry (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Richard Michael Turtenwald (Write-in [Independent]) - added.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Illinios and Texas.

Tuesday 4 December 2018 Georgia Secretary of State Runoff
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Georgia Secretary of State. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 6 November 2018 election, there will be a Tuesday 4 December 2018 runoff between state Representative Brad Raffensperger (Republican) and former Congressman John Barrow (Democratic). Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p EST (1200-0000 UTC).

4 December 2018 Runoff:
Returns from the Georgia Secretary of State.
Results from WAGA.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Arkansas, Kansas, Montana, and New Jersey.

2 changes to the candidate list.
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2 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia: Senate Class 2: Clifton Julius Kilby, III (Independent) - added.

Texas: Senate Class 2: Dwayne Stovall (Independent) - added.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Maine, Missouri, and North Carolina (the North Carolina State Board of Elections certified the returns on 28 November 2018 except for US House CD 9 due to irregularities in Bladen and Robeson Counties - an evidentiary hearing is scheduled on or before 21 December 2018).

1 change to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

1 change to the candidate list:

Colorado: Senate Class 2: Keith Allen Pottratz (Democratic) - added.

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The official/certified vote is available for: Alaska, Alabama, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming.

1 change to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

1 change to the candidate list:

California: House CD 21: Terrance John "TJ" Cox (Democratic) - elected.

3 changes to the candidate list. Mississippi Senate Class 2 Special Election Runoff results.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

3 changes to the candidate list:

Michigan: House CD 13: John Conyers, III (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Write-in; Brenda Jones (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Write-in.

Mississippi (27 November runoff): Senate Class 2 Special: Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - elected.

27 November 2018: Mississippi Senate Class 2 Special Election Runoff
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Mississippi Senate Class 2 Special Election Runoff. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 6 November 2018 election, there will be a Tuesday 27 November 2018 non-partisan runoff between Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican) 41.59% and former Congressman Alphonso Michael "Mike" Espy (Democratic) 40.56%. Polling hours are 7:00a-7:00p CST (1300-0100 UTC).

Results from Politico.
Results from WLBT.
Results from The New York Times.

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

34 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Senate Class 2: Auditor Jim "Zig" Zeigler (Republican) - added.

California: House CD 21: Contest reverted to undecided.

Colorado: Senate Class 2: Trish Zornio (Democratic) - added.

Michigan: Senate Class 1: Tom Bagwell (Write-in) - added; William F. White (Write-in) - added; Tim Yow (Write-in) - added. Governor: Angelo Scott Brown (Write-in) - added; Patrick O'Neal Burney (Write-in) - added; William Cobbs (Write-in) - added; Raymond A. Hall (Write-in) - added; Lance Herman (Write-in) - added; Larry James Hutchinson, Jr. (Write-in) - added; Henry Joseph Lester (Write-in) - added; Clyde Lynch (Write-in) - added; Chaneika Ranell Penny (Write-in) - added; Francis L. Rowley (Write-in) - added; Robin Lee Sanders (Write-in) - added; Evan Space (Write-in) - added; John Arthur Williams (Write-in) - added. House CD 3: Joe Farrington (Write-in) - added. House CD 13: James S. Casha (Write-in) - added; John Conyers, III (Write-in) - added; David Anthony Dudenhoefer (Write-in) - added; Douglas W. Gardner (Write-in) - added; Brenda Jones (Write-in) - added; Royce Kinniebrew (Write-in) - added; Kimberly Hill Knott (Write-in) - added; Jonathan Lee Pommerville (Write-in) - added; DaNetta L. Simpson (Write-in) - added. House CD 13 Special: David Anthony Dudenhoefer (Write-in) - added; Royce Kinniebrew (Write-in) - added; Clyde Darnell Lynch (Write-in) - added; Jonathan Lee Pommerville (Write-in) - added; DaNetta L. Simpson (Write-in) - added.

2 changes to the candidate list. UT US House called. VI Governor 20 November runoff results.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2 changes to the candidate list:

Utah: House CD 4: Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams (Democratic) - elected.

Virgin Islands: Governor: former island Labor Commissioner Albert J. Bryan, Jr. (Democratic) - elected.

2 changes to the candidate list. 20 November Virgin Islands Gubernatorial runoff.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Senate Class 2: Doug Duke (Republican) - added.

South Carolina: Senate Class 2: Eddie White (Republican) - added.

Virgin Islands: Governor: Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 6 November 2018 Gubernatorial election, there will be a Tuesday 20 November 2018 runoff between former island Labor Commissioner Albert J. Bryan, Jr. (Democratic) and Governor Kenneth E. "Ken" Mapp (Independent). Polling hours 7:00a-7:00p AST (1100-2300 UTC).

20 November 2018: Returns from the Election System of the Virgin Islands.

10 changes to the candidate list. Contests called: CA US House 39, Superintendent of Public Instruction; FL Commissioner of Agricultur; Georgia Governor, Georgia House 7. PA US House 15 Special Election.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

10 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: state Senator Katie Hobbs (Democratic) - elected.

California: House CD 39: Gilbert "Gil" Cisneros (Democratic) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: state Assemblyman Tony K. Thurmond (Nonpartisan [Democratic]) - elected.

Connecticut: Senate Class 1: Fred M. Linck (Write-in [Independent]).

Florida: Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services: Nicole "Nikki" Heather Fried (Democratic) - elected.

Georgia: Governor: Secretary of State Brian Porter Kemp (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman William Robert "Rob" Woodall, III (Republican) - elected. Comptroller General/Commissioner of Insurance: Jim Beck (Republican) - elected.

New York: House CD 25: Congressman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Democratic) - Incumbent added - won 6 November 2018 special election to fill the vacant seat of former Congressman Louise McIntosh Slaughter who passed away on 16 March 2018.

Pennsylvania: House CD 15: Congressman Susan Ellis Wild (Democratic) - Incumbent added - won 6 November 2018 special election to fill the vacant seat of Charles Wieder "Charlie" Dent (Republican) who resigned on 12 May 2018. In addition, she won the regular 2 year term for CD 7 which begins in January 2019 (redistricting).

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The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 235 Republicans, 197 Democrats, and 3 vacant seats (Florida House CD 6, Oklahoma House CD 1, West Virginia House CD 3).

9 changes to the candidate list. CA House 45 and ME House 2 called
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

9 changes to the candidate list:

California: House CD 45: Katherine "Katie" Porter (Democratic) - elected.

Connecticut: Senate Class 1: Fred Linck (Write-in) - added; Kristi L. Talmadge (Write-in) - added. Governor: Lee Whitnum (Write-in) - added. House CD 4: Yusheng Peng (Write-in) - added. Treasurer: W. Michael Downes (Write-in) - added.

Louisiana: Attorney General: Attorney General "Jeff" Landry (Republican) - added as candidate.

Maine: House CD 2: state Representative Jared F. Golden (Democratic) - elected.

4 changes to the candidate list. NJ House District 3 called.
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4 changes to the candidate list:

Idaho: Governor: Lisa Marie (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 1: Michael J. Rath (Write-in [Independent]) - added.

Maine: Senate Class 2: Michael P. Bunker (Democratic) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 3: Andrew "Andy" Kim (Democratic) - elected.

7 changes to the candidate list. Contests called: CA House 10, NV Treasurer, NV Secretary of State, 13 November Northern Marianas results.
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7 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Senate Class 2: Senator Doug Jones (Democratic) - added as candidate.

California: House CD 10: Josh Harder (Democratic) - elected.

Nevada: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Barbara K. Cegavske (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Zachary Beare "Zach" Conine (Democratic) - elected.

Northern Marianas: Governor: Governor Ralph Anthony Deleon Guerrero Torres (Republican) - elected. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Gregorio Kilili Camacho "Kilili" Sablan (Independent [Democratic]) - elected, previously listed as Independent [Democratic].

South Carolina: Comptroller General: Write-In (Write-in) - added.

Northern Marianas 13 November General Election. 7 changes to the candidate list. AZ Senate Class 1 and Superintendent of Public Instruction called.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

On 29 October 2018, Northern Marianas Governor Torres signed an executive order to postpone the 2018 CNMI General Election to 13 November 2018 due to Typhoon Yutu.

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7 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Congressman Kyrsten Sinema (Democratic) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Kathy Hoffman (Democratic) - elected.

Kentucky: Governor: state Representative Rocky Adkins (Democratic) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Edward Shlikas (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added.

Missouri: House CD 2: Ken Newhouse (Write-in) - added. House CD 7: Shawn Deines (Write-in) - added.

Utah: Governor: Governor Gary R. Herbert (Republican) - Open Chair.

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

6 November 2018 Special Elections

Michigan U.S. House District 13 Special Election. On 6 November 2018, Detroit City Council Member Brenda Jones (Democratic) won the Special Election to fill the vacant seat of Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (Democratic) who resigned on 5 December 2017. The Special Election fills the vacancy from November 2018 to January 2019. Rashida Tlaib (Democratic) won the the regular 2 year-term (January 2019 to January 2021) election for this seat.

Pennsylvania U.S. House District 7 Special Election. On 6 November 2018, former Wallingford-Swarthmore School Board Member Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) won the Special Election to fill the vacant seat of Congressman Patrick L. "Pat" Meehan, Jr. (Republican) who resigned on 27 April 2018. The Special Election fills the District 7 vacancy from November 2018 to January 2019. In addition, she won the the regular 2 year-term (January 2019 to January 2021) election for the redistricted District 5 seat.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 235 Republicans, 195 Democrats, and 5 vacant seats (Florida House CD 6, New York House CD 25, Oklahoma House CD 1, Pennsylvania House CD 15, West Virginia House CD 3).

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665 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Governor: Governor Kay Ivey (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Will Ainsworth (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Bradley Roberts Byrne (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Martha Roby (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Michael Dennis "Mike" Rogers (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Robert Brown Aderholt (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Morris J. "Mo" Brooks, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Gary Palmer (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Terrycina Andrea "Terri" Sewell (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State John Harold Merrill (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Steven Troy "Steve" Marshall (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Agriculture and Industries Commissioner John McMillan (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Jim "Zig" Zeigler (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries: Lowndesboro Mayor Rick Pate (Republican) - elected.

Alaska: Governor: former state Senator Mike J. Dunleavy (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: Congressman Donald E. "Don" Young (Republican) - elected.

American Samoa: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen ([Republican]) - elected, previously listed as [Republican].

Arizona: Governor: Governor Doug Ducey (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Tom O'Halleran (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: former Congressman Ann Kirkpatrick (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Raúl M. Grijalva (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Paul Anthony Gosar (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Andy Biggs (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman David Schweikert (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Ruben Gallego (Democratic) - elected; Christopher Lee Harris (Write-in) - added. House CD 8: Congressman Debbie Lesko (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: former Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Steve Gaynor (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Mark Brnovich (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Senator Kimberly Yee (Republican) - elected. Mine Inspector: Mine Inspector Joe Hart (Republican) - elected.

Arkansas: Governor: Governor Asa Hutchinson (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor John Timothy "Tim" Griffin (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Eric Alan "Rick" Crawford (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman James French "French" Hill (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Stephen A. "Steve" Womack (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Bruce Westerman (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: State Lands Commissioner John Thurston (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Dennis Milligan (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Andrea Lea (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of State Lands: Tommy Land (Republican) - elected.

California: Senate Class 1: Senator Dianne Feinstein (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom (Democratic) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: former Ambassador to Hungary Eleni Kounalakis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Doug LaMalfa (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Jared W. Huffman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman John Raymond Garamendi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Thomas "Tom" McClintock (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman C. Michael "Mike" Thompson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Doris K. Matsui (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Amerish "Ami" Bera (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Paul Cook (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Gerald Mark "Jerry" McNerney (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Mark DeSaulnier (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Nancy Pelosi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Barbara Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman Jackie Speier (Democratic) - elected. House CD 15: Congressman Eric Michael Swalwell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 16: Congressman Jim Costa (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Congressman Rohit "Ro" Khanna (Democratic) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Anna G. Eshoo (Democratic) - elected. House CD 19: Congressman Zoe Lofgren (Democratic) - elected. House CD 20: Congressman James Varni "Jimmy" Panetta (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Congressman David G. Valadao (Republican) - elected. House CD 22: Congressman Devin Gerald Nunes (Republican) - elected. House CD 23: Congressman Kevin McCarthy (Republican) - elected. House CD 24: Congressman Salud O. Carbajal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 25: Katherine Lauren "Katie" Hill (Democratic) - elected. House CD 26: Congressman Julia Brownley (Democratic) - elected. House CD 27: Congressman Judy Chu (Democratic) - elected. House CD 28: Congressman Adam B. Schiff (Democratic) - elected. House CD 29: Congressman Tony Cárdenas (Democratic) - elected. House CD 30: Congressman Brad Sherman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 31: Congressman Pete Aguilar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 32: Congressman Grace Flores Napolitano (Democratic) - elected. House CD 33: Congressman Ted W. Lieu (Democratic) - elected. House CD 34: Congressman Jimmy Gomez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 35: Congressman Norma J. Torres (Democratic) - elected. House CD 36: Congressman Raul Ruiz (Democratic) - elected. House CD 37: Congressman Karen R. Bass (Democratic) - elected. House CD 38: Congressman Linda T. Sánchez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 40: Congressman Lucille Roybal-Allard (Democratic) - elected. House CD 41: Congressman Mark A. Takano (Democratic) - elected. House CD 42: Congressman Kenneth S. "Ken" Calvert (Republican) - elected. House CD 43: Congressman Maxine Waters (Democratic) - elected. House CD 44: Congressman Nanette Diaz Barragán (Democratic) - elected. House CD 46: Congressman Jose Luis "Lou" Correa (Democratic) - elected. House CD 47: Congressman Alan S. Lowenthal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 48: Harley E. Rouda, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 49: Mike Levin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 50: Congressman Duncan Duane Hunter (Republican) - elected. House CD 51: Congressman Juan C. Vargas (Democratic) - elected. House CD 52: Congressman Scott Peters (Democratic) - elected. House CD 53: Congressman Susan A. Davis (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Alex Padilla (Democratic) - elected. Controller: Controller Betty T. Yee (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: state Board of Equalization Chairwoman Fiona Ma (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Xavier Becerra (Democratic) - elected. Insurance Commissioner: state Senator Ricardo Lara (Democratic) - elected.

Colorado: Senate Class 2: Lorena Garcia (Democratic) - added. Governor: Congressman Jared Polis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Diana L. DeGette (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Executive Director Joseph "Joe" Neguse (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Scott Randall Tipton (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Kenneth R. "Ken" Buck (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Douglas L. "Doug" Lamborn (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Jason Crow (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Edwin G. "Ed" Perlmutter (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Jena Griswold (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: state Representative David "Dave" Young (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Philip "Phil" Weiser (Democratic) - elected.

Connecticut: Senate Class 1: Senator Christopher Scott "Chris" Murphy (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Governor: former Greenwich Selectman Edward "Ned" Lamont (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman John B. Larson (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Joseph D. "Joe" Courtney (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Rosa L. DeLauro (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Jim Himes (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Jahana Hayes (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (Working Families, Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: former Hartford City Council Member Shawn Wooden (Working Families, Democratic) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Attorney General: state Representative William Tong (Democratic, Working Families) - elected.

Delaware: Senate Class 1: Senator Thomas R. "Tom" Carper (Democratic) - elected. House At-Large: Congressman Lisa Blunt Rochester (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: former New Castle County Chief Administrative Officer Kathleen "Kathy" Jennings (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Colleen C. Davis (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: Rehoboth Beach City Commissioner Kathleen K. "Kathy" McGuiness (Democratic) - elected.

District of Columbia: Mayor: Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (Democratic) - elected. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (Democratic) - elected.

Florida: Senate Class 1: Governor Richard L. "Rick" Scott (Republican) - elected. Governor: former Congressman Ronald D. "Ron" DeSantis (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Matt Gaetz (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Neal Patrick Dunn (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Theodore Scott "Ted" Yoho (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman John Rutherford (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Alfred "Al" Lawson, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Michael "Mike" Waltz (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Stephanie Murphy (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman William "Bill" Posey (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Darren Soto (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Valdez "Val" Demings (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Daniel "Dan" Webster (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Gus Michael Bilirakis (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Charlie Joseph Crist (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman Katherine Anne "Kathy" Castor (Democratic) - elected. House CD 15: state Representative Vincent Ross "Ross" Spano (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Congressman Vernon "Vern" Buchanan (Republican) - elected. House CD 17: state Senator Greg W. Steube (Republican) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Brian Mast (Republican) - elected. House CD 19: Congressman Francis Rooney (Republican) - elected. House CD 20: Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Congressman Lois J. Frankel (Democratic) - elected. House CD 22: Congressman Theodore Eliot "Ted" Deutch (Democratic) - elected. House CD 23: Congressman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Democratic) - elected. House CD 24: Congressman Frederica S. Wilson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 25: Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican) - elected. House CD 26: Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 27: former Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Elvira Shalala (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: former Circuit Judge Ashley Moody (Republican) - elected. Chief Financial Officer: Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis (Republican) - elected.

Georgia: Senate Class 2: Marckeith DeJesus (Democratic) - added. Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Geoff Duncan (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Earl Leroy "Buddy" Carter (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Sanford Dixon Bishop, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Anderson Drew "Drew" Ferguson, IV (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman John R. Lewis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Lucia Kay "Lucy" McBath (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman James Austin "Austin" Scott (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Douglas Allen "Doug" Collins (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Jody B. Hice (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Barry D. Loudermilk (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Richard Wallen "Rick" Allen (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman David Albert Scott (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman John Thomas "Tom" Graves, Jr. (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Robyn A. Crittenden (Republican) - Incumbent to run for re-election. Attorney General: Attorney General Christopher M. "Chris" Carr (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Education: Education Superintendent Richard L. Woods (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Labor: Labor Commissioner John Mark "Mark" Butler (Republican) - elected.

Georgia Secretary of State. On 8 November 2018, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Porter Kemp (Republican) resigned. He was appointed on 8 January 2010 upon the resignation of Karen C. Handel and was first elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. Brian Porter Kemp is currently a candidate for Governor.
Also on 8 November 2018, Governor John Nathan "Nathan" Deal appointed Robyn A. Crittenden to serve as Georgia's 28th Secretary of State. She will serve until the winner of the 6 November 2018 Secretary of State election is seated.

Guam: Governor: former island Senator Lourdes A. "Lou" Leon Guerrero (Democratic) - elected; Write-in (Write-in) - added. Delegate to the House of Representatives: island Senator Michael F.Q. "Mike" San Nicolas (Democratic) - elected.

Hawaii: Senate Class 1: Senator Mazie K. Hirono (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor David Yutaka Ige (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: former Congressman Edward E. "Ed" Case (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Tulsi Gabbard (Democratic) - elected.

Idaho: Governor: Lieutenant Governor Brad Little (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: former state Representative Janice McGeachin (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: former state Senator Russ Fulcher (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Michael Keith "Mike" Simpson (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Lawerence E. Denney (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Lawrence G. Wasden (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: former state Representative Julie A. Ellsworth (Republican) - elected. Controller: Controller Brandon D. Woolf (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Sherri Ybarra (Republican) - elected.

Illinois: Governor: J.B. Pritzker (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Bobby Lee Rush (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Robin L. Kelly (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Daniel William "Dan" Lipinski (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Cook County Commissioner Jesus G. "Chuy" Garcia (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Mike Quigley (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Sean Casten (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Danny K. Davis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman S. Raja Krishnamoorthi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Janice D. "Jan" Schakowsky (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Bradley Scott "Brad" Schneider (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman G. William "Bill" Foster (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Michael J. "Mike" Bost (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Rodney L. Davis (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Lauren A. Underwood (Democratic) - elected. House CD 15: Congressman John M. Shimkus (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Congressman Adam Kinzinger (Republican) - elected. House CD 17: Congressman Cheri Bustos (Democratic) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Darin McKay LaHood (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Jesse White (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: state Senator Kwame Raoul (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Michael W. "Mike" Frerichs (Democratic) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Susana A. Mendoza (Democratic) - elected.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: former state Representative Mike Braun (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Peter J. Visclosky (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Jackie Swihart Walorski (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman James E. "Jim" Banks (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: state Representative James R. "Jim" Baird (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Susan W. Brooks (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Gregory J. "Greg" Pence (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman André D. Carson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Larry D. Bucshon (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Joseph A. "Trey" Hollingsworth, III (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Connie Lawson (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Kelly Mitchell (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Tera Klutz (Republican) - elected.

Iowa: Governor: Governor Kimberly K. "Kim" Reynolds (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: state Representative Abby Finkenauer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman David Wayne "Dave" Loebsack (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Cindy Axne (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Steven A. "Steve" King (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Paul D. Pate (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Tom Miller (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Michael L. "Mike" Fitzgerald (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: former Assistant Attorney General Rob Sand (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Mike Naig (Republican) - elected.

Kansas: Governor: state Senator Laura Kelly (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Roger W. Marshall (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Steve Watkins (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Sharice Davids (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Ron Estes (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Scott Schwab (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Derek Schmidt (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Jacob "Jake" LaTurner (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Insurance: state Senator Vicki Schmidt (Republican) - elected.

Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Andrew J. Maynard (Democratic) - added. House CD 1: Congressman James R. Comer (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Steven Brett "Brett" Guthrie (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman John A. Yarmuth (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Thomas H. Massie (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Harold Dallas "Hal" Rogers (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Garland "Andy" Barr (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Jason Griffith (Democratic) - added. Attorney General: state Senator Whitney Westerfield (Republican) - added.

Louisiana: House CD 1: Congressman Stephen J. "Steve" Scalise (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Cedric L. Richmond (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Clay Higgins (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman James Michael "Mike" Johnson (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Ralph Lee Abraham, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Garret Graves (Republican) - elected.

Maine: Senate Class 1: Senator Angus Stanley King, Jr. (Independent) - elected. Governor: state Attorney General Janet T. Mills (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Chellie M. Pingree (Democratic) - elected.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Senator Benjamin L. "Ben" Cardin (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Lawrence J. "Larry" Hogan, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Andrew P. "Andy" Harris (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Charles Albert Dutch "C.A. Dutch" Ruppersberger, III (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman John Peter Spyros Sarbanes (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Anthony Gregory Brown (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Steny Hamilton Hoyer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: David Trone (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Jamin B. "Jamie" Raskin (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (Democratic) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Peter Franchot (Democratic) - elected.

Massachusetts: Senate Class 1: Senator Elizabeth A. Warren (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Charles D. "Charlie" Baker, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Richard E. Neal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman James P. "Jim" McGovern (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Lori Loureiro Trahan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy, III (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Katherine M. Clark (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Seth W. Moulton (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Boston City Council Member Ayanna S. Pressley (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Stephen F. Lynch (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman William Richard "Bill" Keating (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of the Commonwealth: Secretary of the Commonwealth William Francis "Bill" Galvin (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Maura Healey (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer and Receiver-General: Treasurer and Receiver-General Deborah B. "Deb" Goldberg (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Suzanne M. Bump (Democratic) - elected.

Michigan: Senate Class 1: Senator Debbie Stabenow (Democratic) - elected. Governor: forner state Senator Gretchen Whitmer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman John W. "Jack" Bergman (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman William P. "Bill" Huizenga (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Justin Amash (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman John Moolenaar (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Daniel T. "Dan" Kildee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Frederick Stephen "Fred" Upton (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Timothy L. "Tim" Walberg (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Elissa Slotkin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Andy Levin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Paul Mitchell, III (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Haley Stevens (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Debbie Dingell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Brenda Jones (Democratic) - Open Seat; Rashida Tlaib (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13 Special: Detroit City Council Member Brenda Jones (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman Brenda Lulenar Lawrence (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Jocelyn Benson (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Dana Nessel (Democratic) - elected.

Minnesota: Senate Class 1: Senator Amy J. Klobuchar (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. Senate Class 2 Special: Senator Tina Flint Smith (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. Governor: Congressman Timothy J. "Tim" Walz (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 1: James "Jim" Hagedorn (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Angela Dawn "Angie" Craig (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 3: Dean Phillips (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Betty McCollum (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 5: state Representative Ilhan Omar (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Thomas Earl "Tom" Emmer, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Collin Clark Peterson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 8: St. Louis County Commissioner Pete Stauber (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Steve Simon (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. Attorney General: Congressman Keith Maurice Ellison (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. Auditor: Julie Blaha (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected.

Mississippi: Senate Class 1: Senator Roger F. Wicker (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman John Trent "Trent" Kelly (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Bennie G. Thompson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: District Attorney Michael Patrick Guest (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Steven McCarty Palazzo (Republican) - elected.

Missouri: Senate Class 1: Cassie Ganier (Write-in) - added; state Attorney General Joshua David "Josh" Hawley (Republican) - elected; Martin Lindstedt (Write-in) - added; Rodney Stock (Write-in) - added; Steven Wallace (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Congressman William Lacy Clay, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Ann L. Wagner (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman W. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Vicky Jo Hartzler (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (Democratic) - elected; Patrick Marshall (Write-in) - added. House CD 6: Congressman Samuel B. "Sam" Graves, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Billy Long (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Jason T. Smith (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Arnie C. "AC" Dienoff (Write-in) - added; Auditor Nicole Galloway (Democratic) - elected.

Montana: Senate Class 1: Senator R. Jon "Jon" Tester (Democratic) - elected. House At-Large: Congressman Greg Gianforte (Republican) - elected.

Nebraska: Senate Class 1: Senator Debra S. "Deb" Fischer (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor J. Peter "Pete" Ricketts (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Jeffrey Lane "Jeff" Fortenberry (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Donald John "Don" Bacon (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Adrian M. Smith (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: former State Board of Education Member Bob Evnen (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Doug Peterson (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Senator John Murante (Republican) - elected. Auditor of Public Accounts: Auditor of Public Accounts Charlie Janssen (Republican) - elected.

Nevada: Senate Class 1: Congressman Jacklyn S. "Jacky" Rosen (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Clark County Commissioner Stephen F. "Steve" Sisolak (Democratic) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: former state Treasurer Kate Marshall (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Alice Costandina "Dina" Titus (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Mark Eugene Amodei (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Susan Kelley "Susie" Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: former Congressman Steven Alexzander Horsford (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: state Senator Aaron D. Ford (Democratic) - elected. Controller: Catherine Byrne (Democratic) - elected.

New Hampshire: Governor: Governor Chris Sununu (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Executive Councilor Christopher C. "Chris" Pappas (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Ann McLane "Annie" Kuster (Democratic) - elected.

New Jersey: Senate Class 1: Senator Robert "Bob" Menendez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Donald W. Norcross (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: state Senator Jeff Van Drew (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Christopher Henry "Chris" Smith (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Joshua S. "Josh" Gottheimer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Tom Malinowski (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Albio Sires (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman William J. "Bill" Pascrell, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Rebecca Michelle "Mikie" Sherrill (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Bonnie Watson Coleman (Democratic) - elected.

New Mexico: Senate Class 1: Senator Martin Trevor Heinrich (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Congressman Michelle Lujan Grisham (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Debra A. "Deb" Haaland (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Xochitl Torres Small (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Ben Ray Luján (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Hector H. Balderas (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Tim Eichenberg (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: Brian S. Colón (Democratic) - elected. Commissioner of Public Lands: state Representative Stephanie Garcia Richard (Democratic) - elected.

New York: Senate Class 1: Senator Kirsten Elizabeth Gillibrand (Democratic, Independence, Women's Equality, Working Families) - elected. Governor: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (Independence, Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Lee Michael Zeldin (Republican, Reform, Independence, Conservative) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Peter T. "Pete" King (Tax Revolt, Republican, Reform, Conservative, Independence) - elected; Write-in (Write-in) - added. House CD 3: Congressman Thomas R. "Tom" Suozzi (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families, Independence, Reform) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Kathleen M. Rice (Democratic, Women's Equality) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Gregory Weldon Meeks (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Grace Meng (Democratic, Working Families, Reform) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Nydia Margarita Velázquez (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Hakeem S. Jeffries (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Yvette D. Clarke (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 11: Max N. Rose (Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Carolyn Bosher Maloney (Democratic, Working Families, Reform) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Adriano Espaillat (Democratic, Working Families) - elected; Write-in (Write-in) - added. House CD 14: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic [Reform]) - elected, previously listed as Democratic [Reform]. House CD 15: Congressman José Enrique Serrano (Democratic, Working Families) - elected; Write-in (Write-in) - added. House CD 16: Congressman Eliot Lance Engel (Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality) - elected. House CD 17: Congressman Nita M. Lowey (Women's Equality, Working Families, Democratic) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (Working Families, Independence, Women's Equality, Democratic) - elected. House CD 19: Antonio Delgado (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - elected. House CD 20: Congressman Paul David Tonko (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families, Reform) - elected. House CD 21: Congressman Elise M. Stefanik (Republican, Conservative, Independence, Reform) - elected. House CD 22: state Assemblyman Anthony J. Brindisi (Working Families, Women's Equality, Democratic, Independence) - elected. House CD 23: Congressman Thomas W. "Tom" Reed, II (Conservative, Republican, Independence) - elected. House CD 24: Congressman John M. Katko (Republican, Independence, Conservative, Reform) - elected. House CD 25: state Assemblyman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 25 Special: state Assemblyman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 26: Congressman Brian M. Higgins (Democratic, Working Families, Women's Equality) - elected. House CD 27: Congressman Christopher Carl "Chris" Collins (Independence, Conservative, Republican) - elected. Attorney General: New York City Public Advocate Letitia A. "Tish" James (Independence, Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Thomas P. "Tom" DiNapoli (Independence, Democratic, Reform, Working Families, Women's Equality) - elected.

North Carolina: House CD 1: Congressman George Kenneth "G. K." Butterfield, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman George Edward Bell Holding (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman David Eugene Price (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Virginia Ann Foxx (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Bradley Mark "Mark" Walker (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman David Cheston Rouzer (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Richard Lane Hudson, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Mark Everette Harris (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Patrick Timothy McHenry (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Mark Randal Meadows (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Alma Shealey Adams (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Theodore Paul "Ted" Budd (Republican) - elected.

North Dakota: Senate Class 1: Congressman Kevin Cramer (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: state Senator Kelly M. Armstrong (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Alvin A. "Al" Jaeger (Independent [Republican]) - elected, previously listed as Independent [Republican]. Attorney General: Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring (Republican) - elected. Tax Commissioner: Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger (Republican) - elected. Public Service Commissioner 2: Public Service Commissioner Randy Christmann (Republican) - elected. Public Service Commissioner 3 Special: Public Service Commissioner Brian K. Kroshus (Republican) - elected.

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Senator Sherrod Brown (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Attorney General Michael "Mike" DeWine (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Steven J. "Steve" Chabot (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Brad R. Wenstrup (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Joyce B. Beatty (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman James D. "Jim" Jordan (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Robert Edward "Bob" Latta (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Bill Johnson (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Robert Brian "Bob" Gibbs (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Warren Davidson (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Marcia Carolyn "Marcy" Kaptur (Democratic) - elected; McKenzie Levindofske (Write-in) - added. House CD 10: Congressman Michael R. "Mike" Turner (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Marcia L. Fudge (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Troy Balderson (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman Timothy J. "Tim" Ryan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman David P. "Dave" Joyce (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Congressman Steve E. Stivers (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Anthony E. Gonzalez (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: state Senator Frank LaRose (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Auditor David A. "Dave" Yost (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Representative Robert Cole Sprague (Republican) - elected. Auditor: state Represenative Keith Faber (Republican) - elected.

Oklahoma: Governor: Kevin Stitt (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Matt Pinnell (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Kevin R. Hern (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Markwayne Mullin (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Frank D. Lucas (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Thomas Jeffery "Tom" Cole (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Kendra Horn (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Mike Hunter (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Representative Randy McDaniel (Republican) - elected. Auditor and Inspector: Deputy State Auditor Cindy Byrd (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Labor: state Representative Leslie Osborn (Republican) - elected. Insurance Commissioner: state Representative Glen Mulready (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Joy Hofmeister (Republican) - elected. Corporation Commissioner 2: Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony (Republican) - elected.

Oregon: Governor: Governor Kate Brown (Working Families, Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Suzanne M. Bonamici (Democratic [Independent Party of Oregon]) - elected, previously listed as Democratic [Independent Party of Oregon]. House CD 2: Congressman Gregory Paul "Greg" Walden (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Earl Blumenauer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Peter Anthony "Pete" DeFazio (Democratic, Progressive, Working Families [Independent Party of Oregon]) - elected, previously listed as Democratic, Progressive, Working Families [Independent Party of Oregon]. House CD 5: Congressman Walter Kurt "Kurt" Schrader (Democratic [Independent Party of Oregon]) - elected, previously listed as Democratic [Independent Party of Oregon].

Pennsylvania: Senate Class 1: Senator Robert P. "Bob" Casey, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Thomas W. "Tom" Wolf (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Brian K. Fitzpatrick (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Dwight Evans (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: state Representative Madeleine Dean (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: former Wallingford-Swarthmore School Board Member Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Christina Jampoler "Chrissy" Houlahan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) - Open Seat, previously listed as Republican; former Allentown City Solicitor Susan Ellis Wild (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7 Special: former Wallingford-Swarthmore School Board Member Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Matthew Alton "Matt" Cartwright (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: former state Revenue Secretary Daniel P. "Dan" Meuser (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Scott G. Perry (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Lloyd K. Smucker (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: John Joyce (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: state Senator Guy L. Reschenthaler (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Congressman Glenn William "G.T." Thompson (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Congressman George J. "Mike" Kelly, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 17: Congressman Conor James Lamb (Democratic) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Michael F. "Mike" Doyle (Democratic) - elected.

Rhode Island: Senate Class 1: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, II (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Gina Marie Raimondo (Democratic) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Daniel J. "Dan" McKee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman David N. Cicilline (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman James R. "Jim" Langevin (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Peter F. Neronha (Democratic) - elected. General Treasurer: General Treasurer Seth Magaziner (Democratic) - elected.

South Carolina: Senate Class 2: Carey L. Wilson (Republican) - added. Governor: Governor Henry D. McMaster (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Joseph K. "Joe" Cunningham (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Addison Graves "Joe" Wilson (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Jeffrey D. "Jeff" Duncan (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: state Senator William R. Timmons, IV (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Ralph W. Norman, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman James Enos "Jim" Clyburn (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Hugh T. "Tom" Rice, Jr. (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State John Mark "Mark" Hammond (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Michael Alan "Alan" Wilson (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Curtis M. "Curt" Loftis, Jr. (Republican) - elected. Comptroller General: Comptroller General Richard A. Eckstrom (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Hugh E. Weathers (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Education: Education Superintendent Molly Mitchell Spearman (Republican) - elected.

South Dakota: Governor: Congressman Kristi Lynn Noem (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: former Public Utilities Commissioner Dustin "Dusty" Johnson (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Auditor Steve Barnett (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Jason Ravnsborg (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Josh Haeder (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Treasurer Richard L. "Rich" Sattgast (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of School and Public Lands: School and Public Lands Commissioner Ryan Brunner (Republican) - elected.

Tennessee: Senate Class 1: Congressman Marsha Blackburn (Republican) - elected. Governor: Bill Lee (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman David Philip "Phil" Roe (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Scott Eugene DesJarlais (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman James H. S. "Jim" Cooper (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: former state Agriculture Commissioner John W. Rose (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: state Senator Mark E. Green (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman David Kustoff (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Stephen Ira "Steve" Cohen (Democratic) - elected.

Texas: Senate Class 1: Senator Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Greg Abbott (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Daniel "Dan" Crenshaw (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: state Senator Nicholas V. "Van" Taylor (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman John Lee Ratcliffe (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: state Representative Lance Gooden (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: former Arlington City Council Member Ron Wright (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Elizabeth Pannill "Lizzie" Fletcher (Democratic [3rd Party (Non-Traditional) Independent]) - elected, previously listed as Democratic [3rd Party (Non-Traditional) Independent]. House CD 8: Congressman Kevin Patrick Brady (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman Alexander "Al" Green (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Michael T. McCaul (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman K. Michael "Mike" Conaway (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Congressman Kay N. Granger (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Congressman William McClellan "Mac" Thornberry (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Congressman Randy Weber (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Congressman Vicente Gonzalez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 16: former El Paso County Judge Veronica Escobar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Congressman William "Bill" Flores (Republican) - elected. House CD 18: Congressman Sheila Jackson Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 19: Congressman Jodey Cook Arrington (Republican) - elected. House CD 20: Congressman Joaquin Castro (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Chip Roy (Republican) - elected. House CD 22: Congressman Peter Graham "Pete" Olson (Republican) - elected. House CD 23: Congressman William "Will" Hurd (Republican) - elected. House CD 24: Michael Jay "Mike" Kolls (Libertarian) - added; Congressman Kenny Ewell Marchant (Republican) - elected. House CD 25: Congressman Roger Williams (Republican) - elected. House CD 26: Congressman Michael C. Burgess (Republican) - elected. House CD 27: Congressman Michael J. Cloud (Republican) - elected. House CD 28: Congressman Henry R. Cuellar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 29: state Senator Sylvia R. Garcia (Democratic) - elected. House CD 30: Congressman Eddie Bernice Johnson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 31: Congressman John Rice Carter (Republican) - elected. House CD 32: Colin Allred (Democratic) - elected. House CD 33: Congressman Marc Allison Veasey (Democratic) - elected. House CD 34: Congressman Filemon B. Vela (Democratic) - elected. House CD 35: Congressman Lloyd Alton Doggett, II (Democratic) - elected. House CD 36: Congressman Brian Babin (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Ken Paxton (Republican) - elected. Comptroller of Public Accounts: Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of General Land Office: General Land Office Commissioner George P. Bush (Republican) - elected. Railroad Commissioner 2: Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick (Republican) - elected.

Utah: Senate Class 1: former Massachusetts Governor Willard "Mitt" Romney (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Robert William "Rob" Bishop (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Chris Stewart (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman John Curtis (Republican) - elected.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Independent) - elected. Governor: Governor Phil Scott (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman (Democratic, Progressive) - elected. House At-Large: Congressman Peter F. Welch (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State James C. "Jim" Condos (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General T.J. Donovan (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Elizabeth "Beth" Pearce (Democratic) - elected. Auditor of Accounts: Auditor Doug Hoffer (Progressive, Democratic) - elected.

Virgin Islands: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Stacey E. Plaskett (Democratic) - elected.

Virginia: Senate Class 1: Senator Timothy Michael "Tim" Kaine (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Robert J. "Rob" Wittman (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Elaine G. Luria (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Robert Cortez "Bobby" Scott (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Aston Donald "Donald" McEachin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Denver Lee Riggleman, III (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: state Delegate Benjamin Lee "Ben" Cline (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Abigail A. Spanberger (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Donald Sternoff "Don" Beyer, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman H. Morgan "Morgan" Griffith (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: state Senator Jennifer T. Wexton (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Congressman Gerald Edward "Gerry" Connolly (Democratic) - elected.

Washington: Senate Class 1: Senator Maria E. Cantwell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman Suzan Kay DelBene (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Richard Ray "Rick" Larsen (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Jaime Lynn Herrera Beutler (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Daniel Milton "Dan" Newhouse (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Cathy Ann McMorris Rodgers (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Derek Kilmer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Pramila Jayapal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Kim Schrier (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Congressman David Adam "Adam" Smith (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Congressman Dennis "Denny" Heck (Democratic) - elected.

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Senator Joseph "Joe" Manchin, III (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Congressman David Bennett McKinley (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Alexander Xavier "Alex" Mooney (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: state Delegate Carol Devine Miller (Republican) - elected.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 1: Senator Tammy Baldwin (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Public Instruction Superintendent Anthony Steven "Tony" Evers (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: University of Wisconsin Regent Bryan George Steil (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Congressman Mark Pocan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Congressman Ronald James "Ron" Kind (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Congressman Gwendolynne S. "Gwen" Moore (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Congressman Frank James "Jim" Sensenbrenner, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Congressman Glenn S. Grothman (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Congressman Sean P. Duffy (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Congressman Michael John "Mike" Gallagher (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Douglas "Doug" La Follette (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Joshua "Josh" Kaul (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Sarah Godlewski (Democratic) - elected.

Wyoming: Senate Class 1: Senator John A. Barrasso (Republican) - elected. Governor: Treasurer Mark Gordon (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: Congressman Elizabeth "Liz" Cheney (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Edward A. "Ed" Buchanan (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Senator Curtis "Curt" Meier (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Kristi Racines (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Jillian A. Balow (Republican) - elected.

Tuesday 6 November 2018: GENERAL ELECTION DAY in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Tuesday 6 November 2018 General Election 35 U.S. Senators (all Class 1 and the Minnesota Senate Class 2 and Mississippi Senate Class 2) are being elected, along with all 435 voting members of the U.S. House of Representatives; in addition, 36 State Governors are being elected.

Election results from Politico, CNN, Fox News, The New York Times.

Commentary: An ELECTION 2018 Preview: - Races to Watch
by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Commentary:
An ELECTION 2018 Preview:
Races to Watch

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff

What the reader will see below is a (well, not so) brief summary of the races for Governor, United States Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives I myself will be keeping a rather close eye on (some closer than others, admittedly, especially as the vote returns come in and I can thereafter more and more easily discern just where I should spend more of my time looking) during the evening (and on into the wee hours) of this coming Tuesday, 6 November. A lot of potentially competitive races in this election will not be mentioned (in fact, at least a few States will not even be mentioned!); but please note that, just because I haven't referred below to a particular contest, it doesn't mean that race is not at all an important one; in fact, as far as I am concerned, all contested elections on the ballot, all up and down it, in your own election precinct are important and I urge those of you among my fellow Americans- regardless of where you might stand on the issues of the day, or where you might best "line up" along the political/ideological spectrum- to utilize what one historian of American voting rights more than a half century now, Marchette Chute, called 'The First Liberty'! In addition, not all the races I discuss below are equally competitive: it is simply that the ones I do discuss are likely, in my opinion, to be indicators (or at least 'tell's) of just how well (or not) Election 2018 has gone for either Major Party as more and more returns come in from more and more....

7 changes to the candidate list.
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7 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: Governor: Zain Momin (Write-in [No Affiliation]) - added.

Mississippi: Senate Class 2 Special: Tobey Bernard Bartee (Nonpartisan [Democratic]) - previously listed as Nonpartisan.

North Dakota: Senate Class 3: Michael J. Steele (Democratic) - previously listed as Constitutional.

Tennessee: Governor: Yvonne Neubert (Independent [Green]) - previously listed as Independent; Heather Scott (Independent [Libertarian]) - previously listed as Independent; George Blackwell Smith, IV (Independent [Libertarian]) - previously listed as Independent; Jaron D. Weidner (Independent [Libertarian]) - previously listed as Independent.

1 change to the candidate list.
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1 change to the candidate list:

North Dakota: Senate Class 3: Michael J. Steele (Constitutional) - added.

5 changes to the candidate list.
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5 changes to the candidate list:

Michigan: Senate Class 2: Seldon Frank Cupps (Not readily classifiable) - added.

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Larry Butcher (Write-in) - added; Christopher M. Cross (Write-in) - added; Ry Hutcherson (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Alex Weinstein (Write-in [Independent]) - added.

2 changes to the candidate list.
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2 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: Governor: Governor Bill Walker (Petition) - previously listed as Undeclared.

Georgia: Senate Class 2: Elaine Whigham Williams (Democratic) - added.

1 change to the candidate list.
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1 change to the candidate list:

Alaska: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Valerie "Val" Nurr'araaluk Davidson (Independent) - sworn-in. On 16 October 2018, former Lieutenant Governor Byron I. Mallott (Independent), who was first elected in 2014, resigned after making "inappropriate comments". He was previously affiliated with the Democratic Party and remains on the 2018 ballot as a Petition Nominee candidate for Lieutenant Governor. He will not accept the position if elected. Alaska Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie "Val" Nurr'araaluk Davidson has been sworn as the new Lieutenant Governor.

3 changes to the candidate list.
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3 changes to the candidate list:

Connecticut: Governor: Mark Stewart Greenstein (Write-in) - added.

Louisiana: Governor: Eddie Rispone (Republican) - added.

South Carolina: Senate Class 2: William Stone (Democratic) - added.

8 changes to the candidate list.
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8 changes to the candidate list:

Illinois: Senate Class 2: Senator Richard J. "Dick" Durbin (Democratic) - added as candidate.

New York: Governor: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (Independence, Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - previously listed as Independence, Democratic, Women's Equality; Cynthia E. Nixon (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Independence, Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - previously listed as Independence, Democratic, Women's Equality; New York City Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 25 Special: James T. "Jim" Maxwell (Republican, Reform, Conservative) - added; state Assemblyman Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Women's Equality, Independence, Democratic, Working Families) - added.

Ohio: House CD 2: David Baker (Write-in [Green]) - previously listed as Write-in.

On 6 October 2018 at 03:43 PM EDT, the U.S. Senate confirmed Brett Michael Kavanaugh of Maryland to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

On 6 October 2018 at 03:43 PM EDT, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Brett Michael Kavanaugh of Maryland to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. The vote was 50 YEAs, 48 NAYs, 1 Present (Murkowski, R-AK), and 1 Not Voting (Daines, R-MT). Later, Justice Kavanaugh was sworn in a private ceremony.

United States Supreme Court Justices
Justices of the United States Supreme Court (by Term of Court)

2 changes to the candidate list.
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2 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: House CD 17: Allen Ellison (Democratic) - added. On 1 October 2018, the Democratic Executive Committees in the counties affected by the death of April Freemen, who was the duly elected Democratic nominee in the 28 August 2018 primary for Congressional District 17, met and selected Allen Allison as their designee to the the vacancy in nomination. April June Freeman (Democratic) remains on the ballot however, votes cast for Ms. Freeman will be counted for the replacement nominee, Allen Ellison.

17 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
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17 changes to the candidate list:

Connecticut: Lieutenant Governor: Mark Stewart Greenstein (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.

Indiana: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Jennifer McCormick (Republican) - Open Office.

Minnesota: Governor: Thomas Christopher "Chris" Wright (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - previously listed as Grassroots. Attorney General: Noah M. Johnson (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - previously listed as Grassroots.

New Hampshire: House CD 1: Nansi Boutwell Craig (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; former state Representative Eric R. Eastman (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Dexter W. Dow (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Gary Scott Moody (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: On 3 October 2018, the Working Families Party changed their Governor ballot line from Cynthia E. Nixon to Andrew M. Cuomo and their Lieutenant Governor ballot line from Jumaane D. Williams to Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul. The candidates have until Friday to accept their nominations. Governor: Jimmy McMillan (Rent is 2 Damn High) - apparently not a candidate. Lieutenant Governor: Christalle Felix (Rent is 2 Damn High) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Liubov "Liuba" Grechen Shirley (Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Suffolk County Legislator DuWayne Gregory (Women's Equality, Independence, Working Families) - apparently not a candidate; Congressman Peter T. "Pete" King (Tax Revolt, Republican, Reform, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Tax Revolt, Republican, Reform, Conservative. House CD 11: Congressman Daniel M. "Dan" Donovan, Jr. (Republican, Independence, Conservative, Reform) - previously listed as Republican, Independence, Conservative. Comptroller: Greg Fischer (Rent is 2 Damn High) - apparently not a candidate.

South Carolina: Governor: Martin Douglas Barry (American) - removed. House CD 7: Richard B. "Dick" Withington (Libertarian) - removed.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Arizona: House CD 8 Special.

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

Mississippi: Governor: Attorney General Jim Hood (Democratic) - added. Attorney General: Attorney General Jim Hood (Democratic) - Open Office.

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

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Stephen Faris (Write-in) - added; Bruce Jaynes (Libertarian) - removed. Governor: Recebba Ayres (Write-in) - added; Richard Duncan (Write-in) - added; Renea Turner (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Kiumars Kiani (Write-in) - added. House CD 2: David Baker (Write-in) - added. House CD 9: McKenzie Levindofske (No Party Affiliation) - removed. House CD 12: Marc Fagin (Write-in) - added. House CD 13: Louis George "Lou" Lyras (Independent) - removed. Secretary of State: Michael W. Bradley (Write-in) - added.

49 changes to the candidate list. Congressman Evan H. Jenkins (Republican, West Virginia House CD 3) resigns.
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49 changes to the candidate list:

American Samoa: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Meleagi Suitonu-Chapman (Democratic) - added; Tuika Tuika (Independent) - added.

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Benjamin Wirtz (Write-in [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate.

Connecticut: Senate Class 1: Fred M. "Mitch" Linck (Unaffiliated) - removed; Senator Christopher Scott "Chris" Murphy (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. Governor: Chuck Dikko (Unaffiliated) - removed; Mark Stewart Greenstein (Other) - removed; former Greenwich Selectman Edward "Ned" Lamont (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Marisa Manley (Unaffiliated) - removed; Kameron Scott (Unaffiliated) - removed. Lieutenant Governor: Richard Varrone (Unaffiliated) - removed. House CD 1: Congressman John B. Larson (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 2: Congressman Joseph D. "Joe" Courtney (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 3: Congressman Rosa L. DeLauro (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 4: Harry Arora (Independent Party of Connecticut, Republican) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 5: Jahana Hayes (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (Working Families, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic. Treasurer: former Hartford City Council Member Shawn Wooden (Working Families, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic. Comptroller: Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. Attorney General: state Representative William Tong (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic.

Delaware: House At-Large: Christopher William Mockerman (Independent) - removed.

District of Columbia: Mayor: William E. Hunt (Independent) - removed.

Illinois: House CD 11: Jonathan J. Harlson (Libertarian) - removed.

Massachusetts: Senate Class 1: John P. Devine (Independent) - removed; Joshua Ford (Independent) - removed; Louis Edward "Lou" Gallo (Independent) - removed; Sarah Genova Pimentel (Independent) - removed; Allen Rodney Waters (Independent) - removed. House CD 1: Frederick "Fritz" Mayock (Independent) - removed. House CD 2: Paul Vincent Gordy (Unaffiliated) - removed. House CD 6: Thomas Mathew Labo (Veterans Party of America) - removed.

New York: House CD 14: Congressman Joseph "Joe" Crowley (Working Families, Women's Equality [Democratic]) - previously listed as Working Families [Democratic].

North Dakota: House At-Large: Charles Tuttle (Independent) - added. Secretary of State: Will Gardner (Republican) - removed.

Pennsylvania: House CD 7 Special: Brianna Lee Johnston (Green) - added; Pearl Kim (Republican) - added; Sandra Teresa Salas (Libertarian) - re-added; former Wallingford-Swarthmore School Board Member Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) - added. House CD 12: Gerald James Kairnes (Independent) - removed. House CD 15 Special: - Incumbent added; Tim Silfies (Libertarian) - added.

Rhode Island: Senate Class 1: Raymond T. "Ray" McKay (Independent) - removed. Governor: Anne Armstrong (Compassion) - previously listed as Independent-Compassion; Rebecca L. McLaughlin (Independent) - removed. Lieutenant Governor: Zachary Xavier Ward (Independent) - removed. House CD 1: Daniel Joseph Guilmette (Independent) - removed. Attorney General: Alan Gordon (Compassion) - previously listed as Independent-Compassion; Charles Picerno (Independent) - removed.

West Virginia: House CD 3: Congressman Evan H. Jenkins (Republican) - Vacant Office.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 235 Republicans, 193 Democrats, and 7 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, West Virginia House CD 3).