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TheGreenPapers.com 6 updates to the 2022 general election - Minnesota Auditor Auditor Julie Blaha (DFL) is re-elected. 1 change to the 2023 candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

6 updates to the 2022 general election.

District of Columbia (certified returns): Mayor: Patrick Christian (Write-in) - added; Rhonda Hamilton (Write-in) - added; James Harris (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed; Heremiah D. Stanback (Write-in) - added. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Arlene Rubinstein (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed.

Minnesota: Auditor: Auditor Julie Blaha (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected.

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1 change to the 2023 candidate list.

California: House CD 11: Elijah Lewis Blue (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.


TheGreenPapers.com 10 updates to the 2022 general election - Wisconsin Secretary of State Doug La Follette (D) is re-elected. 3 changes to the 2023 candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

10 updates to the 2022 general election

Massachusetts (certified returns): House CD 4: David B. Cannata (Write-in [Republican]) - removed. House CD 6: Mark T. Tashjian (Unenrolled [Liberation]) - previously listed as Libertarian.

Wisconsin (certified returns): Senate Class 3: Scott Aubart (Write-in) - removed; Samuel Nicholas D'Amico (Write-in [Democratic]) - removed; Adam Nicholas Paul (Write-in) - previously listed as Write-in [Independent]; Patrick Whitcomb (Write-in) - removed. Governor: Seth Haskin (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 6: Tom Powell (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 8: Ralph "Robbie" Hoffman (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Write-in. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Douglas "Doug" La Follette (Democratic) - elected.

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3 changes to the 2023 candidate list.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: Senator Michael K. "Mike" Braun (Republican) - Open Seat. Governor: Senator Michael K. "Mike" Braun (Republican) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 9: Vincent Micco (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com Member of Congress Donald McEachin (Democratic, Virginia CD 4) has died. 2 updates to the 2022 general election. 1 change to the 2023 candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2 updates to the 2022 general election.

Nevada: Attorney General: John T. Kennedy (Libertarian) - removed.

Virginia: House CD 4: Member of Congress Aston Donald "Donald" McEachin (Democratic) - Vacant Office. On 28 November 2022, Member of Congress McEachin, 61, died of complications from colorectal cancer. He was first elected in 2016. A special election will be called by Virginia Governor Glenn A. Youngkin (Republican) to fill the vacant seat.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 219 Democrats, 213 Republicans, and 3 vacant seats (Florida House CD 13, Florida House CD 22, Virginia House CD 4).

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1 change to the candidate 2023 list:

West Virginia: Governor: state Delegate Moore Capito (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 20 candidate updates to the 2022 general election. 78 changes to the 2023 candidate list.
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20 candidate updates to the 2022 general election.

Michigan (8 November General Election certified): Governor: Elizabeth Ann Adkisson (Write-in) - added; Justin Paul Blackburn (Write-in) - added; Michael Ray Deck (Write-in) - added; Joyce Priscilla Gipson (Write-in) - added; Eugene Rosell Hunt, Jr. (Write-in) - added; Joseph Michael Hunt (Write-in) - added; Joseph Irving (Write-in) - added; Michael David Kelley (Write-in) - added; Ervin Joseph Lamie (Write-in) - added; Bob Scott (Write-in) - added; Evan S. Space (Write-in) - added. House CD 5: Paul Leon Botts (Write-in [Independent]) - added; Michael Lee Johnson (Write-in) - added. House CD 6: Frank Acosta (Write-in) - added. House CD 10: Darko Martinovski (Write-in) - added. House CD 13: Articia Bomer (Write-in) - added; Anthony Michael Carbonaro (Write-in) - removed; Ronald Cole (Write-in) - added; Rogelio J. Landin (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Brenda K. Sanders (Write-in) - added.

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78 changes to the candidate 2023 list:

Alabama: Senate Class 2: Senator Thomas H. "Tommy" Tuberville (Republican) - added as candidate. House CD 1: Gary Johnson (Democratic) - added; David Robert Whitlock (Republican) - added. House CD 2: Austin Vigue (Democratic) - added. House CD 6: Kevin G. Stewart (Independent) - added.

Alaska: Senate Class 2: Senator Dan Sullivan (Republican) - added as candidate.

Arkansas: Senate Class 2: Senator Thomas B. "Tom" Cotton (Republican) - added as candidate.

California: Senate Class 1: Denard Ingram (Democratic) - added; Katie O'Neal Roedersheimer (Independent) - added. House CD 1: Jeffrey R. "Jeff" Lavin (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: Prue Alexandria Halliwell (Independent) - added. House CD 6: Kiemarr Saleh Burnett (Republican) - added. House CD 11: Elijah Lewis Blue (Libertarian) - added. House CD 16: Santa Clara County Supervisor S. Joseph "Joe" Simitian (Democratic) - added. House CD 19: Hannah James (Democratic) - added. House CD 28: Kerry B. Lewis (Republican) - added.

Colorado: Clinton Roosevelt "Clint" Dale (Independent) - added; Senator John W. Hickenlooper (Democratic) - added as candidate. House CD 6: Khaleb Ian Dammen (Republican) - added.

Connecticut: House CD 1: Nicholas M. "Nick" Symochko, Sr. (Conservative) - added.

Delaware: Senate Class 2: Senator Christopher A. "Chris" Coons (Democratic) - added as candidate.

District of Columbia: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Joan F. M. Malone (Republican) - added.

Florida: Senate Class 1: Randy Toler (Green) - added. House CD 2: Willie Jeffeerson Anderson (Republican) - added. House CD 26: Ian Anthony Medina (Democratic) - added.

Georgia: Senate Class 2: Senator T. Jonathan "Jon" Ossoff (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Illinois: Senate Class 2: Senator Richard J. "Dick" Durbin (Democratic) - added as candidate. House CD 2: John Gregory Curry (Democratic) - added.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: Marshall Travis (Progressive) - added. House CD 1: Samuel Kravitz (Independent) - added.

Iowa: Senate Class 2: Senator Joni K. Ernst (Republican) - added as candidate.

Kansas: Senate Class 2: Senator Roger W. "Doc" Marshall (Republican) - added as candidate.

Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Senator Mitch McConnell (Republican) - added as candidate. Attorney General: state Representative Pamela "Pam" Stevenson (Democratic) - added.

Louisiana: Senate Class 2: Senator William M. "Bill" Cassidy (Republican) - added as candidate. House CD 6: Scott Ryan Sonnier (Republican) - added.

Maine: Senate Class 2: Senator Susan Margaret Collins (Republican) - added as candidate.

Maryland: House CD 4: Gabriel Njinimbot (Democratic) - added.

Michigan: Senate Class 2: Senator Gary C. Peters (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Minnesota: Senate Class 2: Senator Tina Flint Smith (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Mississippi: Senate Class 2: Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican) - added as candidate.

Missouri: House CD 4: Alexander Js Heidenreich (Independent) - added. House CD 7: Natalie Marie Faucett (Independent) - added.

Montana: Senate Class 1: Senator R. Jon "Jon" Tester (Democratic) - added as candidate. Senate Class 2: Senator Steven "Steve" Daines (Republican) - added as candidate.

Nebraska: Senate Class 1: Senator Debra S. "Deb" Fischer (Republican) - added as candidate.

Nevada: House CD 4: Alberto Orozco (Republican) - added.

New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: Senator Jeanne Shaheen (Democratic) - added as candidate.

New Jersey: Senate Class 2: Senator Cory A. Booker (Democratic) - added as candidate.

New Mexico: Senate Class 2: Senator Ben Ray Luján (Democratic) - added as candidate.

New York: Senate Class 1: Tyrrell Ben-Avi (Republican) - added; Frank Cavalluzzi (Independent) - added; Reece Wright McDonald (Democratic) - added. House CD 9: Joel Azumah (Republican) - added. House CD 11: Nicholas Joseph Robbins (Republican) - added.

North Carolina: Senate Class 2: Senator Thomas Roland "Thom" Tillis (Republican) - added as candidate. House CD 1: Brian Ian Moutoux (Democratic) - added.

North Dakota: Senate Class 1: Kristin Ruth Hedger (No Party Affiliation) - added.

Ohio: House CD 1: Gabe E. Baker (American Independent) - added.

Oklahoma: Senate Class 2: Tammy Swearengin (Republican) - added.

Oregon: Senate Class 2: Senator Jeffrey Alan "Jeff" Merkley (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Pennsylvania: House CD 11: Jeffrey Wilder (Republican) - added.

Rhode Island: Senate Class 2: Senator John F. "Jack" Reed (Democratic) - added as candidate.

South Carolina: Senate Class 2: Senator Lindsey Olin Graham (Republican) - added as candidate.

South Dakota: Senate Class 2: Senator Marion Michael "Mike" Rounds (Republican) - added as candidate.

Tennessee: Senate Class 2: Senator Bill Hagerty (Republican) - added as candidate.

Texas: Senate Class 2: Senator John Cornyn (Republican) - added as candidate. House CD 1: David Eric Thompson (Republican) - added. House CD 6: Clifford R. "Cliff" Wiley (Republican) - added. House CD 7: Jose Jimenez (Republican) - added.

Vermont: Senate Class 1: Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Independent) - added as candidate.

Virginia: Senate Class 2: Senator Mark Robert Warner (Democratic) - added as candidate.

Washington: Senate Class 1: Destiny Archer (Republican) - added.

West Virginia: Senate Class 2: Senator Shelley Moore Capito (Republican) - added as candidate.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 1: Senator Tammy Baldwin (Democratic) - added as candidate. House CD 6: Jack Brudvig (Democratic) - added.

Wyoming: Senate Class 1: Senator John A. Barrasso (Republican) - added as candidate. Senate Class 2: Senator Cynthia Marie Lummis (Republican) - added as candidate.


TheGreenPapers.com 26 changes to the 2023 candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Find the 2023 state by state candidate list here and the corrersponding calendar of elections for Statewide offices here.

26 changes to the 2023 candidate list including offices that have become open due to term limits.

California: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis (Democratic) - Open Chair. House CD 1: Trenten Westley Phillips (Independent) - added; Aaron Webster (Democratic) - added. Treasurer: Treasurer Fiona Ma (Democratic) - Open Office. Insurance Commissioner: Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara (Democratic) - Open Office. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Tony K. Thurmond (Democratic) - Open Office.

Florida: Senate Class 1: Bernard Korn (Democratic) - added; Matthew Alexander Sanscrainte (Democratic) - added. House CD 9: Sergio E. Ortiz (Republican) - added. House CD 22: Deborah "Deb" Adeimy (Republican) - added.

New Jersey: Governor: Governor Philip "Phil" Murphy (Democratic) - Open Chair.

Oklahoma: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell (Republican) - Open Chair. House CD 1: Sarah Elizabeth Gray (Democratic) - added. Auditor and Inspector: Auditor and Inspector Cindy Byrd (Republican) - Open Office. Commissioner of Labor: Labor Commissioner Leslie Katheryn Osborn (Republican) - Open Office. Insurance Commissioner: Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready (Republican) - Open Office.

Texas: House CD 2: Jameson Ellis (Republican) - added. House CD 3: Sandeep Kumar Srivastava (Democratic) - added. House CD 16: Deliris Montanez Berrios (Republican) - added. House CD 20: William Reed Hayward (Republican) - added.

Utah: Senate Class 1: Gabriel Stuart Lobo-Blanco (Republican) - added.

Washington: House CD 3: Leslie Leigh French (Republican) - added.

West Virginia: House CD 2: Member of Congress Alexander Xavier "Alex" Mooney (Republican) - candidate for the Class 1 Senate Seat in 2024; Alexander "Alex" Gaaserud (Republican) - added; Treasurer Riley McGowan Moore (Republican) - added; Heather Rosen-Turley (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com Northern Marianas Governor's contest called.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Northern Marianas Governor's contest called:

Northern Marianas: Governor: Lieutenant Governor Arnold Indalecio Palacios (Independent [Republican]) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 3 changes to the candidate list. Alaska ranked choice tabulation. Northern Marianas Gubernatorial Runoff on 25 November.
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3 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: Senate Class 3: Senator Lisa Murkowski (Republican) - elected (ranked choice). Governor: Governor Mike J. Dunleavy (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: Member of Congress Mary Sattler Peltola (Democratic) - elected (ranked choice).

Northern Marianas: Governor: Since no candidate received a majority of the vote in the 8 November general election, the top two vote getters [Governor Torres (Republican) 39%, Lieutenant Governor Palacios (Independent) 33%] advance to a 25 November runoff.

Returns from the Commonwealth Election Commission. Results from a media source.


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

California: House CD 3: state Assembly Member Kevin Kiley (Republican) - elected.

Kentucky: Governor: Somerset Mayor Alan Keck (Republican) - added.

Nevada: Senate Class 1: Ronda Kennedy (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 5 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

5 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list:

California: Senate Class 1: Jessica Resendez (Democratic) - added. House CD 22: Member of Congress David G. Valadao (Republican) - elected.

Iowa: Auditor: Auditor Rob Sand (Democratic) - elected.

Louisiana: Governor: Treasurer John M. Schroder, Sr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

West Virginia: Treasurer: Treasurer Riley McGowan "Riley" Moore (Republican) - candidate for U.S. House CD 2 in 2024.


TheGreenPapers.com 2 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list.
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2 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list:

California: House CD 34: Member of Congress Jimmy Gomez (Democratic) - elected.

Indiana: Senate Class 1: Erik Benson (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 1 General Election update.
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1 General Election update:

Colorado: House CD 3: Member of Congress Lauren Boebert (Republican) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 9 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list.
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9 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list.

Arizona: Superintendent of Public Instruction: former Attorney General Tom Horne (Republican) - elected.

California: House CD 47: Member of Congress Katherine "Katie" Porter (Democratic) - elected.

Louisiana: Lieutenant Governor: former Memer of Congress John Calvin Fleming, Jr. (Republican) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Christopher Robert "Chris" Puleo (Republican) - added.

Nebraska: Senate Class 2: John Glen Weaver (Republican) - added.

New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: former state Senator Chuck Morse (Republican) - added.

Ohio: Senate Class 1: Stephen Faris (Write-in) - added.

Washington: Governor: Richland School Board Member M. Semi Bird (Republican) - added.

West Virginia: Governor: Rashida Yost (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 6 General Election updates. Republicans take control of the U.S. House.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Republicans take control of the U.S. House with 218 seats. Democrats have 210 seats with 7 left to call.

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6 General Election updates:

California: House CD 9: Member of Congress Josh Harder (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Member of Congress Jim Costa (Democratic) - elected. House CD 27: Member of Congress Michael "Mike" Garcia (Republican) - elected. House CD 49: Member of Congress Mike Levin (Democratic) - elected.

Maine: House CD 2: Member of Congress Jared Forest Golden (Democratic) - elected.

North Carolina: House CD 10: Diana Jimison (Write-in) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 14 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

14 General Election updates and changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: House CD 1: Member of Congress David S. Schweikert (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Juan Ciscomani (Republican) - elected.

California: Senate Class 1: Peter Yuan Liu (Republican) - added. House CD 6: Member of Congress Amerish "Ami" Bera (Democratic) - elected. House CD 41: Member of Congress Kenneth S. "Ken" Calvert (Republican) - elected. House CD 45: Member of Congress Michelle Park Steel (Republican) - elected.

Colorado: Senate Class 3: John Carleton Rutledge (Write-in [Libertarian]) - correction - previously listed as Write-in [Liberation].

Indiana: Governor: former State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick (Democratic) - added.

Missouri: Treasurer: Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick (Republican) - Open Office - elected to the office of Auditor.

New York: House CD 22: Brandon McDonald Williams (Conservative, Republican) - elected.

Oregon: House CD 6: state Representative Andrea Salinas (Democratic, Working Families, Independent Party of Oregon) - elected.

West Virginia: Senate Class 1: Member of Congress Alexander Xavier "Alex" Mooney (Republican) - added.

Wyoming: Governor: Jared J. Baldes (Libertarian) - correction - previously listed as Liberation.

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Presidential Candidates: former President Donald John Trump (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 8 General Election updates. Northern Marianas Gubernatorial Runoff 25 November.
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8 General Election updates:

California: Controller: state Board of Equalization Member Malia M. Cohen (Democratic) - elected. U.S. Senate Class 3 Special: Senator Alex Padilla (Democratic) who was appointed on 22 December 2020 was concurrently elected on 8 November 2022 to fill the remainder of the term which ends January 3, 2023 and to full term which ends in 2029.

Arizona: Governor: Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (Democratic) - elected.

Northern Marianas: Governor: Governor Ralph Anthony Deleon Guerrero Torres (Republican) 38.83% vs Lieutenant Governor Arnold Indalecio Palacios (Independent) 33.16%. Since no one received a majority of the vote in the 8 November General Election, the top two vote getters proceed to a runoff election on 25 November.

North Dakota: Public Service Commissioner Special: On 8 November 2022, Sheri Haugen-Hoffart (Republican) who was appointed on 11 February 2022 was elected to a to fill the remainder of the term which ends in 2027.

Oklahoma: Senate Class 2 Special: Member of Congress Markwayne Mullin (Republican, CD 2) won the 8 November Senatorial Special Election with 62% of the vote. He will fill impending vacancy of Senator James M. "Jim" Inhofe (Republican) upon his retirement in January 2023. The term ends in 2027.

Utah: Treasurer Special: On 8 November 2022, Marlo M. Oaks (Republican) who was appointed on 29 June 2021 was elected to a to fill the remainder of the term which ends in 2025.

Washington: Secretary of State Special: On 8 November 2022, Steve Hobbs (Democratic) who was appointed on 19 November 2021 was elected in a Special Election to a to fill the remainder of the term which ends in 2025.

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Calendar Update


TheGreenPapers.com 7 General Election updates. Democrats keep control of the U.S. Senate
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Democrats retain control of the U.S. Senate. The tally is 48 Republicans, 48 Democrats, two Independents (Maine and Vermont) who caucus with the Democrats, and Vice President Kamala D. Harris. There are 2 contests undecided: Alaska and Georgia (runoff 6 December).

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7 changes to the candidate list:

California: House CD 15: state Assembly Member Kevin Mullin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 35: Member of Congress Norma J. Torres (Democratic) - elected.

Kentucky: House CD 1: Billy Ray Wilson (Write-in) - added.

Nevada: Senate Class 3: Senator Catherine Marie Cortez Masto (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Francisco "Cisco" Aguilar (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Zachary Beare "Zach" Conine (Democratic) - elected.

Oregon: House CD 5: former Happy Valley Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer (Republican) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 4 General Election updates,
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4 General Election updates:

Arizona: Treasurer: Treasurer Kimberly Yee (Republican) - elected.

California: House CD 26: Member of Congress Julia Brownley (Democratic) - elected.

Indiana: House CD 2 Special: Rudolph "Rudy" Yakym, III (Republican) is elected in a concurrent Special Election (to fill the term ending in January 2023) and General Election (for the term ending in January 2025). The special election was caused by the 3 August 2022 death of Jackie Swihart Walorski (Republican).

Washington: House CD 3: Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (Democratic) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 18 General Election updates.
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Incumbents who lost their bid for re-election:

  • Governor: Governor Stephen F. "Steve" Sisolak (Democratic)

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18 General Election updates:

Arizona: Senate Class 3: Senator Mark Kelly (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Greg Stanton (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes (Democratic) - elected.

California: House CD 38: Member of Congress Linda T. Sánchez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 40: Member of Congress Young Kim (Republican) - elected. House CD 46: Member of Congress Jose Luis "Lou" Correa (Democratic) - elected.

Maryland: House CD 6: Member of Congress David J. Trone (Democratic) - elected.

Nevada: Governor: Clark County Sheriff Joseph "Joe" Lombardo (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Las Vegas City Council Member Stavros S. Anthony (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Alice Costandina "Dina" Titus (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Susan Kelley "Susie" Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven Alexzander Horsford (Democratic) - elected. Controller: state Assembly Member Andy Matthews (Republican) - elected.

North Carolina: Senate Class 3: Michelle Estelle Lewis (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - previously listed as Write-in. House CD 14: state Senator Jeffrey Neale "Jeff" Jackson (Democratic) - elected.

Texas: House CD 38: Wesley Hunt (Republican) - elected.

Washington: House CD 8: Member of Congress Kim Schrier (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State Special: Secretary of State Steve Hobbs (Democratic) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 12 General Election updates.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Incumbents who lost their bid for re-election:

Runoffs:

  • Georgia U.S. Senate Class 3: Senator Raphael Gamaliel Warnock (Democratic) vs Herschel Junior Walker (Republican). Since no candidate received 50% of the vote plus 1 in the 8 November General Election, the top 2 vote getters advance to a 6 December runoff.
  • Northern Marianas Governor: Governor Ralph Anthony Deleon Guerrero Torres (Republican) vs Lieutenant Governor Arnold Indalecio Palacios (Independent). Since no one received a majority of the vote in the 8 November General Election, the top two vote getters proceed to a runoff election 14 days after the vote is certified.

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12 General Election updates:

California: House CD 16: Member of Congress Anna G. Eshoo (Democratic) - elected. House CD 23: Member of Congress Jay Obernolte (Republican) - elected. House CD 29: Member of Congress Tony Cárdenas (Democratic) - elected. House CD 37: state Senator Sydney K. Kamlager (Democratic) - elected.

Missouri: Senate Class 3: Steven Craig "Steve" Price (Write-in [Independent]) - previously listed as Write-in. House CD 4: Wyatt Vincent Parsons (Write-in [No Party Affiliation]) - previously listed as Write-in.

Montana: House CD 1: former Member of Congress Ryan K. Zinke (Republican) - elected.

Nevada: Attorney General: Attorney General Aaron D. Ford (Democratic) - elected.

New York: House CD 18: Member of Congress Patrick K. "Pat" Ryan (Democratic, Working Families) - elected.

North Carolina: Senate Class 3: Michelle Lewis (Write-in) - added.

Utah: Senate Class 3: Gabriel Stuart Lobo-Blanco (Republican) - added.

Washington: Senate Class 3: Destiny Archer (Republican) - added.


TheGreenPapers.com 232 General Election updates.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Incumbents who lost their bid for re-election:

232 General Election updates:

American Samoa: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen (Republican) - elected.

Arizona: House CD 2: Eli Crane (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Andy Biggs (Republican) - elected.

Arkansas: Lieutenant Governor: Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Eric Alan "Rick" Crawford (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Stephen A. "Steve" Womack (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Bruce Westerman (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State John Thurston (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Lieutenant Governor John Timothy "Tim" Griffin (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: former state Representative Mark Lowery (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Treasurer Dennis Milligan (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of State Lands: State Lands Commissioner Tommy Land (Republican) - elected.

California: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Doug LaMalfa (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress C. Michael "Mike" Thompson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Thomas "Tom" McClintock (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Doris K. Matsui (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Mark DeSaulnier (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Eric Michael Swalwell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 25: Member of Congress Raul Ruiz (Democratic) - elected. House CD 28: Member of Congress Judy Chu (Democratic) - elected. House CD 31: Member of Congress Grace Flores Napolitano (Democratic) - elected. House CD 33: Member of Congress Pete Aguilar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 39: Member of Congress Mark A. Takano (Democratic) - elected. House CD 42: Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia (Democratic) - elected. House CD 48: Member of Congress Darrell Edward Issa (Republican) - elected. House CD 50: Member of Congress Scott Peters (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Fiona Ma (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Rob Bonta (Democratic) - elected. Insurance Commissioner: Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara (Democratic) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Tony K. Thurmond (Nonpartisan [Democratic]) - elected, previously listed as Nonpartisan [Democratic].

Colorado: House CD 8: state Representative Yadira Caraveo (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Jena Griswold (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer David "Dave" Young (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Philip "Phil" Weiser (Democratic) - elected.

Connecticut: House CD 2: Member of Congress Joseph D. "Joe" Courtney (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Jahana Hayes (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Stephanie Thomas (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Treasurer: Erick Russell (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Comptroller: state Representative Sean Scanlon (Democratic, Working Families, Independent Party of Connecticut) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General William Tong (Democratic, Working Families) - elected.

Delaware: Attorney General: Attorney General Kathleen "Kathy" Jennings (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Colleen C. Davis (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: Lydia York (Democratic) - elected.

Florida: Chief Financial Officer: Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services: state Senator Wilton Simpson (Republican) - elected.

Georgia: Lieutenant Governor: state Senator Burt Jones (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Christopher M. "Chris" Carr (Republican) - elected. Comptroller General/Commissioner of Insurance: Comptroller General/Insurance Commissioner John F. "Jim" King (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: state Senator Tyler Harper (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Education: Education Superintendent Richard L. Woods (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Labor: state Senator Bruce Thompson (Republican) - elected.

Guam: Governor: Governor Lourdes Aflague "Lou" Leon Guerrero (Democratic) - elected. Delegate to the House of Representatives: island Senator James C. "Jim" Moylan (Republican) - elected.

Hawaii: House CD 1: Member of Congress Edward E. "Ed" Case (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: former state Senator Jill Naomi Tokuda (Democratic) - elected.

Idaho: Lieutenant Governor: state Representative Scott Bedke (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Russell "Russ" Fulcher (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Ada County Clerk Phil McGrane (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: former Member of Congress Raúl Rafael Labrador (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Julie A. Ellsworth (Republican) - elected. Controller: Controller Brandon D. Woolf (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: former state Board of Education Member Debbie Critchfield (Republican) - elected.

Illinois: House CD 11: Member of Congress G. William "Bill" Foster (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: Nikki Budzinski (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Lauren A. Underwood (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Eric Sorensen (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: former state Treasurer Alexander "Alexi" Giannoulias (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Kwame Raoul (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Michael W. "Mike" Frerichs (Democratic) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Susana A. Mendoza (Democratic) - elected.

Indiana: Senate Class 3: Marshall Travis (Progressive) - added. House CD 1: Member of Congress Frank J. Mrvan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Larry D. Bucshon (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: former state Senator Erin Houchin (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Diego Morales (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: former Morgan County Commissioner Daniel Elliott (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Tera K. Klutz (Republican) - elected.

Iowa: House CD 2: Member of Congress Ashley Hinson Arenholz (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: state Senator Zach Nunn (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Paul D. Pate (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Guthrie County Attorney Brenna Bird (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Senator Roby Smith (Republican) - elected. Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Mike Naig (Republican) - elected.

Kansas: Governor: Governor Laura Kelly (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Tracey Robert Mann (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Jacob "Jake" LaTurner (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Ron Estes (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Scott J. Schwab (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Representative Steven "Steve" Johnson (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Insurance: Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt (Republican) - elected.

Maryland: House CD 3: Member of Congress John Peter Spyros Sarbanes (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Member of Congress Anthony Gregory Brown (Democratic) - elected. Comptroller: state Delegate Brooke Elizabeth Lierman (Democratic) - elected.

Massachusetts: House CD 1: Member of Congress Richard E. Neal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Lori Loureiro Trahan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Seth W. Moulton (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress William Richard "Bill" Keating (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of the Commonwealth: Secretary of the Commonwealth William Francis "Bill" Galvin (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: former Boston City Council Member Andrea Joy Campbell (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer and Receiver-General: Treasurer and Receiver-General Deborah B. "Deb" Goldberg (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: state Senator Diana DiZoglio (Democratic) - elected.

Michigan: House CD 3: Hillary Scholten (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Elissa Slotkin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Daniel T. "Dan" Kildee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: John James (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Dana Nessel (Democratic) - elected.

Minnesota: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Steve Simon (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Keith Maurice Ellison (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected.

Mississippi: House CD 2: Member of Congress Bennie G. Thompson (Democratic) - elected.

Missouri: Senate Class 3: Theo Brown (Write-in) - added; Rik Combs (Write-in) - added; David Kirk (Write-in) - added; Martin Lindstedt (Write-in) - added; Nathan Mooney (Write-in) - added; Steve Price (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Member of Congress Cori Bush (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Ann L. Wagner (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Tom Clapp (Write-in) - added; Member of Congress W. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Mark Alford (Republican) - elected; David A. Haave (Write-in) - added; Darrell McClanahan (Write-in) - added; Wyatt Parsons (Write-in) - added. House CD 5: Member of Congress Emanuel Cleaver, II (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Samuel B. "Sam" Graves, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: state Senator Eric Burlison (Republican) - elected; Roger A. Rekate (Write-in) - added; Write-in (Write-in) - added. House CD 8: Member of Congress Jason T. Smith (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Arnie C. Dienoff (Write-in) - added; Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick (Republican) - elected; Write-in (Write-in) - added.

Montana: House CD 2: Member of Congress Matt Rosendale (Republican) - elected.

Nebraska: House CD 1: Member of Congress Mike Flood (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Donald John "Don" Bacon (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Bob Evnen (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: state Representative Mike Hilgers (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer John Murante (Republican) - elected. Auditor of Public Accounts: Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley (Republican) - elected.

Nevada: House CD 2: Member of Congress Mark Eugene Amodei (Republican) - elected.

New Mexico: House CD 2: Las Cruces City Councilor Gabriel "Gabe" Vasquez (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: former Sandoval County Treasurer Laura M. Montoya (Democratic) - elected. Auditor: Public Regulation Commissioner Joseph M. Maestas (Democratic) - elected. Commissioner of Public Lands: Public Lands Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard (Democratic) - elected.

New York: House CD 17: Michael Vincent "Mike" Lawler (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 19: Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. "Marc" Molinaro (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 25: Member of Congress Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Democratic, Working Families) - elected.

North Carolina: House CD 1: state Senator Donald Gene "Don" Davis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Kathy Ellen Manning (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress David Cheston Rouzer (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Richard Lane Hudson, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: state Senator Charles Marion "Chuck" Edwards (Republican) - elected.

North Dakota: House At-Large: Member of Congress Kelly M. Armstrong (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Michael Howe (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Drew H. Wrigley (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring (Republican) - elected. Tax Commissioner: Tax Commissioner Brian K. Kroshus (Republican) - elected. Public Service Commissioner 1: Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak (Republican) - elected. Public Service Commissioner 3 Special: Public Service Commissioner Sheri Haugen-Hoffart (Republican) - elected.

Ohio: House CD 1: Cincinnati City Council Member Greg Landsman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: state Representative Emilia Sykes (Democratic) - elected.

Oklahoma: Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Gentner F. Drummond (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: state Representative Todd Russ (Republican) - elected. Auditor and Inspector: Auditor and Inspector Cindy Byrd (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Labor: Labor Commissioner Leslie Katheryn Osborn (Republican) - elected. Insurance Commissioner: Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Ryan Walters (Republican) - elected. Corporation Commissioner 1: state Senator Kim David (Republican) - elected.

Oregon: Governor: former state Representative Tina Kotek (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 4: Labor and Industries Commissioner Valerie "Val" Hoyle (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Commissioner of Labor and Industries: Christina E. Stephenson (Nonpartisan [Democratic]) - elected, previously listed as Nonpartisan [Democratic].

Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Member of Congress Brian K. Fitzpatrick (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Madeleine Dean Cunnane (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Mary Gay Scanlon (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Christina Jampoler "Chrissy" Houlahan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Susan Ellis Wild (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Matthew Alton "Matt" Cartwright (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Daniel Philip "Dan" Meuser (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Scott G. Perry (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Lloyd K. Smucker (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: state Representative Summer Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Christopher "Chris" Deluzio (Democratic) - elected.

Rhode Island: General Treasurer: former Central Falls Mayor James A. Diossa (Democratic) - elected.

South Carolina: 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: Ellen Weaver (Republican) - elected.

South Dakota: Secretary of State: Monae Johnson (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: former state Attorney General Marty J. Jackley (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Josh Haeder (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Richard L. "Rich" Sattgast (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of School and Public Lands: state Senator Brock L. Greenfield (Republican) - elected.

Tennessee: House CD 2: Member of Congress Tim Burchett (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: former Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Mark E. Green (Republican) - elected.

Texas: Governor: Governor Greg Abbott (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez (Republican) - elected. House CD 34: Member of Congress Vicente González (Democratic) - 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: state Senator Dawn Buckingham (Republican) - elected. Railroad Commissioner 1: Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian (Republican) - elected.

Utah: Treasurer Special: Treasurer Marlo M. Oaks (Republican) - elected.

Vermont: Lieutenant Governor: former Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman (Democratic, Progressive) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Sarah Copeland Hanzas (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Charity R. Clark (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: Michael "Mike" Pieciak (Democratic) - elected. Auditor of Accounts: Auditor Doug Hoffer (Democratic, Progressive) - elected.

Virgin Islands: Governor: Governor Albert J. Bryan, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Stacey E. Plaskett (Democratic) - elected.

Washington: House CD 5: Member of Congress Cathy Ann McMorris Rodgers (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Marilyn Strickland (Democratic) - elected.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 3: Senator Ronald Harold "Ron" Johnson (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Derrick F. Van Orden (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Joshua "Josh" Kaul (Democratic) - elected. Treasurer: John Samuel Leiber (Republican) - elected.

Wyoming: Secretary of State: state Representative Charles Jan "Chuck" Gray (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Curtis E. "Curt" Meier, Jr. (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Kristi Racines (Republican) - elected. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Megan Degenfelder (Republican) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com 384 General Election Updates. Close Contests Summary, Contests Where No Candidate Received a Majority. U.S. Senate Popular Vote by Party, Gubernatorial Popular Vote by Party, U.S. House Popular Vote by Party,
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118th U.S. Senate Popular Vote and FEC Total Receipts by Party
Gubernatorial Popular Vote by Party
118th U.S. House Popular Vote and FEC Total Receipts by Party
Close Contests Summary - Decision by 2% or less
Contests Where No Candidate Received a Majority


384 General Election Updates:

Alabama: Senate Class 3: Katie Boyd Britt (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Kay Ivey (Republican) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Jerry Lee Carl, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Felix Barry "Barry" Moore (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Michael Dennis "Mike" Rogers (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Robert Brown Aderholt (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Madison County Commissioner Dale Whitney Strong (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Gary Palmer (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Terrycina Andrea "Terri" Sewell (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Wes Allen (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Steven Troy "Steve" Marshall (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Young Boozer (Republican) - elected. Auditor: state Representative Andrew Sorrell (Republican) - elected. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries: Agriculture and Industries Commissioner Rick Pate (Republican) - elected.

Arizona: House CD 3: Member of Congress Ruben Gallego (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Raúl M. Grijalva (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Debbie Lesko (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Paul Anthony Gosar (Republican) - elected. Mine Inspector: Mine Inspector Paul Marsh (Republican) - elected.

Arkansas: Senate Class 3: Senator John Nichols Boozman (Republican) - elected. Governor: Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress James French "French" Hill (Republican) - elected.

California: Senate Class 3: Senator Alex Padilla (Democratic) - elected. Senate Class 3 Special: Senator Alex Padilla (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Gavin Newsom (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Jared W. Huffman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress John Raymond Garamendi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Nancy Pelosi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Barbara Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Member of Congress Rohit "Ro" Khanna (Democratic) - elected. House CD 18: Member of Congress Zoe Lofgren (Democratic) - elected. House CD 19: Member of Congress James Varni "Jimmy" Panetta (Democratic) - elected. House CD 20: Member of Congress Kevin McCarthy (Republican) - elected. House CD 24: Member of Congress Salud O. Carbajal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 30: Member of Congress Adam B. Schiff (Democratic) - elected. House CD 32: Member of Congress Brad Sherman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 36: Member of Congress Ted W. Lieu (Democratic) - elected. House CD 43: Member of Congress Maxine Waters (Democratic) - elected. House CD 44: Member of Congress Nanette Diaz Barragán (Democratic) - elected. House CD 51: Member of Congress Sara Jacobs (Democratic) - elected. House CD 52: Member of Congress Juan Carlos Vargas (Democratic) - elected.

Colorado: Senate Class 3: Senator Michael Farrand Bennet (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Jared Polis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Diana L. DeGette (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Joseph "Joe" Neguse (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Kenneth R. "Ken" Buck (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Douglas L. "Doug" Lamborn (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Jason Crow (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: state Senator Brittany Louise Pettersen (Democratic) - elected.

Connecticut: Senate Class 3: Senator Richard Blumenthal (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Governor: Governor Edward "Ned" Lamont (Democratic, Working Families, Griebel Frank for CT) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress John B. Larson (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Rosa L. DeLauro (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Jim Himes (Democratic) - elected.

Delaware: House At-Large: Member of Congress Lisa Blunt Rochester (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 3: Senator Marco Rubio (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Ronald D. "Ron" DeSantis (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Matthew Louis "Matt" Gaetz, II (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Neal Patrick Dunn (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Kat Cammack (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: state Senator Aaron P. Bean (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress John H. Rutherford (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Michael "Mike" Waltz (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Cory Mills (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress William "Bill" Posey (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Darren Soto (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Maxwell Alejandro Frost (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Daniel "Dan" Webster (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Gus Michael Bilirakis (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Anna Paulina Luna (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Katherine Anne "Kathy" Castor (Democratic) - elected. House CD 15: former Secretary of State Laurel Lee (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Member of Congress Vernon "Vern" Buchanan (Republican) - elected. House CD 17: Member of Congress Greg W. Steube (Republican) - elected. House CD 18: Member of Congress Scott Franklin (Republican) - elected. House CD 19: Member of Congress Byron Donalds (Republican) - elected. House CD 20: Member of Congress Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Member of Congress Brian Mast (Republican) - elected. House CD 22: Member of Congress Lois J. Frankel (Democratic) - elected. House CD 23: Broward County Commissioner Jared E. Moskowitz (Democratic) - elected. House CD 24: Member of Congress Frederica S. Wilson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 25: Member of Congress Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Democratic) - elected. House CD 26: Member of Congress Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican) - elected. House CD 27: Member of Congress Marìa Elvira Salazar (Republican) - elected. House CD 28: Member of Congress Carlos A. Giménez (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Ashley Moody (Republican) - elected.

Georgia: Governor: Governor Brian Porter Kemp (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Earl Leroy "Buddy" Carter (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Sanford Dixon Bishop, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Anderson Drew "Drew" Ferguson, IV (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Nikema Natassha Williams (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Richard Dean "Rich" McCormick (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Lucia Kay "Lucy" McBath (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress James Austin "Austin" Scott (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Andrew Clyde (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Michael A. "Mike" Collins, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Barry D. Loudermilk (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Richard Wallen "Rick" Allen (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Member of Congress David Albert Scott (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Marjorie Taylor Greene (Republican) - elected.

Hawaii: Senate Class 3: Senator Brian Emanuel Schatz (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Lieutenant Governor Joshua B. "Josh" Green (Democratic) - elected.

Idaho: Senate Class 3: Senator Michael D. "Mike" Crapo (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Brad Little (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Michael Keith "Mike" Simpson (Republican) - elected.

Illinois: Senate Class 3: Senator L. Tammy Duckworth (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor J.B. Pritzker (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Jonathan L. Jackson (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Robin L. Kelly (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: state Representative Delia C. Ramirez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Jesus G. "Chuy" Garcia (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Mike Quigley (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Sean Casten (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Danny K. Davis (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress S. Raja Krishnamoorthi (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Janice D. "Jan" Schakowsky (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Bradley Scott "Brad" Schneider (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Michael J. "Mike" Bost (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Member of Congress Mary Miller (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Member of Congress Darin McKay LaHood (Republican) - elected.

Indiana: Senate Class 3: Senator Todd Christopher Young (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Rudolph "Rudy" Yakym, III (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress James E. "Jim" Banks (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress James R. "Jim" Baird (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Victoria Spartz (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Gregory J. "Greg" Pence (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress André D. Carson (Democratic) - elected.

Iowa: Senate Class 3: Senator Charles E. "Chuck" Grassley (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Kimberly K. "Kim" Reynolds (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Mariannette Jane Miller-Meeks (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Randall "Randy" Feenstra (Republican) - elected.

Kansas: Senate Class 3: Senator Jerry Moran (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Sharice L. Davids (Democratic) - elected.

Kentucky: Senate Class 3: Senator Rand Paul (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress James R. Comer (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Steven Brett "Brett" Guthrie (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: state Senator Morgan McGarvey (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Thomas H. Massie (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Harold Dallas "Hal" Rogers (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Garland "Andy" Barr (Republican) - elected.

Louisiana: Senate Class 3: Senator John Neely Kennedy (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Stephen J. "Steve" Scalise (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Troy A. Carter, Sr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Clay Higgins (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress James Michael "Mike" Johnson (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Julia Letlow (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Garret Graves (Republican) - elected.

Maine: Governor: Governor Janet T. Mills (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Chellie M. Pingree (Democratic) - elected.

Maryland: Senate Class 3: Senator Christopher "Chris" Van Hollen, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Wes Moore (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Andrew P. "Andy" Harris (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Charles Albert Dutch "C.A. Dutch" Ruppersberger, III (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Steny Hamilton Hoyer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Kweisi Mfume (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Jamin B. "Jamie" Raskin (Democratic) - elected.

Massachusetts: Governor: Attorney General Maura Healey (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress James P. "Jim" McGovern (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Jacob D. "Jake" Auchincloss (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Katherine M. Clark (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Ayanna S. Pressley (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Stephen F. Lynch (Democratic) - elected.

Michigan: Governor: Governor Gretchen Whitmer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress John W. "Jack" Bergman (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress John Moolenaar (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress William P. "Bill" Huizenga (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Timothy L. "Tim" Walberg (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Debbie Dingell (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Lisa McClain (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Haley Stevens (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Rashida Tlaib (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: state Representative Shri Thanedar (Democratic) - elected.

Minnesota: Governor: Governor Timothy J. "Tim" Walz (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Brad Finstad (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Angela Dawn "Angie" Craig (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Dean Phillips (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Betty McCollum (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Ilhan Omar (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Thomas Earl "Tom" Emmer, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Michelle Fischbach (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Peter Allen "Pete" Stauber (Republican) - elected.

Mississippi: House CD 1: Member of Congress John Trent "Trent" Kelly (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Michael Patrick Guest (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Jackson County Sheriff Walter Michael "Mike" Ezell (Republican) - elected.

Missouri: Senate Class 3: Attorney General Eric S. Schmitt (Republican) - elected.

Nebraska: Governor: University of Nebraska Regent Jim Pillen (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Adrian M. Smith (Republican) - elected.

New Hampshire: Senate Class 3: Senator Margaret Wood "Maggie" Hassan (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Chris Sununu (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Christopher C. "Chris" Pappas (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Ann McLane "Annie" Kuster (Democratic) - elected.

New Jersey: House CD 1: Member of Congress Donald W. Norcross (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Jeff Van Drew (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Andrew "Andy" Kim (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Christopher Henry "Chris" Smith (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Joshua S. "Josh" Gottheimer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Frank Pallone, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: former state Senator Thomas H. "Tom" Kean, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Robert J. "Rob" Menendez (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress William J. "Bill" Pascrell, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Donald M. Payne, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Rebecca Michelle "Mikie" Sherrill (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Bonnie Watson Coleman (Democratic) - elected.

New Mexico: Governor: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Melanie Ann Stansbury (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Teresa Leger Fernandez (Democratic) - elected.

New York: Senate Class 3: Senator Charles E. "Chuck" Schumer (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Governor: Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 1: former Amityville Village Trustee Nicholas J. "Nick" LaLota (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Andrew R. Garbarino (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 3: George Anthony Devolder-Santos (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Hempstead Town Council Member Anthony P. D'Esposito (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Gregory Weldon Meeks (Democratic) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Grace Meng (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Nydia Margarita Velázquez (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Hakeem S. Jeffries (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Yvette D. Clarke (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 10: Daniel "Dan" Goldman (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Nicole Malliotakis (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 13: Member of Congress Adriano Espaillat (Democratic) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 15: Member of Congress Ritchie John Torres (Democratic) - elected. House CD 16: Member of Congress Jamaal A. Bowman (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 20: Member of Congress Paul David Tonko (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 21: Member of Congress Elise M. Stefanik (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 23: Nicholas A. "Nick" Langworthy (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 24: Member of Congress Claudia Tenney (Conservative, Republican) - elected. House CD 26: Member of Congress Brian M. Higgins (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Letitia A. "Tish" James (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. Comptroller: Comptroller Thomas P. "Tom" DiNapoli (Democratic, Working Families) - elected.

North Carolina: Senate Class 3: Member of Congress Theodore Paul "Ted" Budd (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Deborah Koff Ross (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Gregory Francis "Greg" Murphy (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: state Senator Valerie Paige Foushee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Virginia Ann Foxx (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress James Daniel "Dan" Bishop (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Patrick Timothy McHenry (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Alma Shealey Adams (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: state Senator George Wilmarth "Wiley" Nickel, III (Democratic) - elected.

North Dakota: Senate Class 3: Senator John Hoeven (Republican) - elected.

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

Ohio: Senate Class 3: J.D. Vance (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Michael "Mike" DeWine (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Brad R. Wenstrup (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Joyce B. Beatty (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress James D. "Jim" Jordan (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Robert Edward "Bob" Latta (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Bill Johnson (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Max Miller (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Warren Davidson (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Marcia Carolyn "Marcy" Kaptur (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Michael R. "Mike" Turner (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Shontel M. Brown (Democratic) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress William Troy "Troy" Balderson (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress David P. "Dave" Joyce (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Member of Congress Mike Carey (Republican) - elected. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Frank LaRose (Republican) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General David A. "Dave" Yost (Republican) - elected. Treasurer: Treasurer Robert Cole Sprague (Republican) - elected. Auditor: Auditor Keith Faber (Republican) - elected.

Oklahoma: Senate Class 2 Special: Member of Congress Markwayne Mullin (Republican) - elected. Senate Class 3: Senator James Paul Lankford (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Kevin Stitt (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Kevin R. Hern (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: former state Senator Josh Brecheen (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Frank D. Lucas (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Thomas Jeffery "Tom" Cole (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Stephanie Bice (Republican) - elected.

Oregon: Senate Class 3: Senator Ronald Lee "Ron" Wyden (Democratic, Independent Party of Oregon) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Suzanne M. Bonamici (Democratic, Working Families) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Cliff Bentz (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Earl Blumenauer (Democratic) - elected.

Pennsylvania: Senate Class 3: Lieutenant Governor John Karl Fetterman (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Attorney General Joshua D. "Josh" Shapiro (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Brendan F. Boyle (Democratic) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Dwight Evans (Democratic) - elected. House CD 13: Member of Congress John Joyce (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Guy L. Reschenthaler (Republican) - elected. House CD 15: Member of Congress Glenn William "G.T." Thompson, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Member of Congress George J. "Mike" Kelly, Jr. (Republican) - elected.

Rhode Island: Governor: Governor Daniel J. "Dan" McKee (Democratic) - elected. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress David N. Cicilline (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: General Treasurer Seth M. Magaziner (Democratic) - elected. Secretary of State: state Representative Gregg M. Amore (Democratic) - elected. Attorney General: Attorney General Peter F. Neronha (Democratic) - elected.

South Carolina: Senate Class 3: Senator Timothy E. "Tim" Scott (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Henry D. McMaster (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Nancy R. Mace (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Addison Graves "Joe" Wilson, Sr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Jeffrey D. "Jeff" Duncan (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress William Richardson Timmons, IV (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Ralph W. Norman, Jr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress James Enos "Jim" Clyburn (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: state Representative Russell W. Fry (Republican) - elected.

South Dakota: Senate Class 3: Senator John R. Thune (Republican) - elected. Governor: Governor Kristi Lynn Noem (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: Member of Congress Dustin "Dusty" Johnson (Republican) - elected.

Tennessee: Governor: Governor William "Bill" Lee (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Diana Lynn Harshbarger (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Scott Eugene DesJarlais (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress John W. Rose (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress David Kustoff (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Stephen Ira "Steve" Cohen (Democratic) - elected.

Texas: House CD 1: Smith County Judge Nathaniel Quentin Moran (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Daniel "Dan" Crenshaw (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: former Collin County Judge Keith Alan Self (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Patrick "Pat" Fallon (Republican) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Lance Gooden (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress John Kevin "Jake" Ellzey, Sr. (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Elizabeth Pannill "Lizzie" Fletcher (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Morgan Joe Luttrell (Republican) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress Alexander "Al" Green (Democratic) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Michael T. McCaul (Republican) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress August Lee Pfluger, II (Republican) - elected. House CD 12: Member of Congress Kay N. Granger (Republican) - elected. House CD 13: Member of Congress Ronny Lynn Jackson (Republican) - elected. House CD 14: Member of Congress Randy Weber (Republican) - elected. House CD 16: Member of Congress Veronica Escobar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 17: Member of Congress Peter Andrew "Pete" Sessions (Republican) - elected. House CD 18: Member of Congress Sheila Jackson Lee (Democratic) - elected. House CD 19: Member of Congress Jodey Cook Arrington (Republican) - elected. House CD 20: Member of Congress Joaquin Castro (Democratic) - elected. House CD 21: Member of Congress Chip Roy (Republican) - elected. House CD 22: Member of Congress Troy E. Nehls (Republican) - elected. House CD 23: Member of Congress Ernest Anthony "Tony" Gonzales, II (Republican) - elected. House CD 24: Member of Congress Elizabeth Ann "Beth" Van Duyne (Republican) - elected. House CD 25: Member of Congress Roger Williams (Republican) - elected. House CD 26: Member of Congress Michael C. Burgess (Republican) - elected. House CD 27: Member of Congress Michael J. Cloud (Republican) - elected. House CD 28: Member of Congress Henry R. Cuellar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 29: Member of Congress Sylvia R. Garcia (Democratic) - elected. House CD 30: state Representative Jasmine Felicia Crockett (Democratic) - elected. House CD 31: Member of Congress John Rice Carter (Republican) - elected. House CD 32: Member of Congress Colin Allred (Democratic) - elected. House CD 33: Member of Congress Marc Allison Veasey (Democratic) - elected. House CD 35: Austin City Council Member Gregorio "Greg" Casar (Democratic) - elected. House CD 36: Member of Congress Brian Babin (Republican) - elected. House CD 37: Member of Congress Lloyd Alton Doggett, II (Democratic) - elected.

Utah: Senate Class 3: Senator Mike Lee (Republican) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Blake David Moore (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Chris Stewart (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress John Curtis (Republican) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Burgess Owens (Republican) - elected.

Vermont: Senate Class 3: Member of Congress Peter Francis Welch (Democratic) - elected. Governor: Governor Phil Scott (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: state Senator Rebecca "Becca" Balint (Democratic) - elected.

Virginia: House CD 1: Member of Congress Robert J. "Rob" Wittman (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: state Senator Jennifer A. "Jen" Kiggans (Republican) - elected. House CD 3: Member of Congress Robert Cortez "Bobby" Scott (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Aston Donald "Donald" McEachin (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Robert G. "Bob" Good (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Benjamin Lee "Ben" Cline (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Abigail A. Spanberger (Democratic) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Donald Sternoff "Don" Beyer, Jr. (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress H. Morgan "Morgan" Griffith (Republican) - elected. House CD 10: Member of Congress Jennifer T. Wexton (Democratic) - elected. House CD 11: Member of Congress Gerald Edward "Gerry" Connolly (Democratic) - elected.

Washington: Senate Class 3: Senator Patricia L. "Patty" Murray (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Suzan Kay DelBene (Democratic) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Richard Ray "Rick" Larsen (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Daniel Milton "Dan" Newhouse (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Derek Kilmer (Democratic) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Pramila Jayapal (Democratic) - elected. House CD 9: Member of Congress David Adam "Adam" Smith (Democratic) - elected.

West Virginia: House CD 1: Member of Congress Carol Devine Miller (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Alexander Xavier "Alex" Mooney (Republican) - elected.

Wisconsin: Governor: Governor Anthony Steven "Tony" Evers (Democratic) - elected. House CD 1: Member of Congress Bryan George Steil (Republican) - elected. House CD 2: Member of Congress Mark Pocan (Democratic) - elected. House CD 4: Member of Congress Gwendolynne S. "Gwen" Moore (Democratic) - elected. House CD 5: Member of Congress Scott L. Fitzgerald (Republican) - elected. House CD 6: Member of Congress Glenn S. Grothman (Republican) - elected. House CD 7: Member of Congress Thomas "Tom" Tiffany (Republican) - elected. House CD 8: Member of Congress Michael John "Mike" Gallagher (Republican) - elected.

Wyoming: Governor: Governor Mark Gordon (Republican) - elected. House At-Large: Harriet Hageman (Republican) - elected.


TheGreenPapers.com Tuesday 8 November 2022: GENERAL ELECTION DAY in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

35 U.S. Senators (all Class 3, and the Oklahoma Class 2, seats) are being elected, along with all 435 voting members of the U.S. House of Representatives; in addition, 36 State Governors are being elected.

2022 Poll Closing Times Chronologically
2022 General Election Polling Hours Alphabetically with annotations


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4 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 3: Ty McLean, Jr. (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.

Connecticut: Senate Class 3: Shabadjob Bharara (Write-in) - added.

Rhode Island: Senate Class 1: Raymond Tyler McKay (Republican) - added.

West Virginia: House CD 2: Susan Buchser-Lochocki (Write-in [Republican]) - added.


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1 change to the candidate list:

Connecticut: Governor: Michelle Louise Bicking (Write-in [Green]) - added.


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7 changes to the candidate list:

Alaska: House At-Large: Robert Ornelas (Write-in [American Independent]) - added; Brad Snowden (Write-in [Republican]) - added; Sherry Strizak (Write-in [Undeclared]) - added; Ernest Thomas (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.

Kentucky: House CD 5: Steve Mazur (Write-in) - added.

Maryland: Senate Class 1: Steven Henry Seuferer (Democratic) - added.

Texas: Senate Class 1: Sherri Lynn Taylor (Democratic) - added.


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1 change to the candidate list:

Virginia: Senate Class 1: Kimberly Lowe (Republican) - added.


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2 changes to the candidate list:

Kentucky: House CD 5: Stephan William Mazur (Write-in) - added.

Virginia: House CD 3: Aubrey "Japharii" Jones (Write-in) - added.


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1 change to the candidate list:

Delaware: Auditor: Auditor Dennis Greenhouse (Democratic) was appointed by Governor John Charles Carney, Jr. (Democratic) on 27 October 2022 following the resignation of Kathleen K. "Kathy" McGuiness (Democratic). She had been convicted of misconduct. Mr. Greenhouse who had previously served as Auditor in 1982 will fill the remainder of the term which expires in January 2023.


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2 changes to the candidate list:

Washington: Secretary of State Special: state Representative Brad Klippert (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 3: Scott Aubart (Write-in) - added.


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4 changes to the candidate list:

Maryland: Senate Class 3: Andrew Jaye Wildman (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added. Governor: Kyle Sefcik (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 3: Adam Nicholas Paul (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 8: Julie Hancock (Write-in [Democratic]) - added.


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4 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Ty McLean, Jr. (Write-in [Democratic]) - removed. Governor: Christopher "Christ Watts" Watkins (Not readily classifiable) - removed.

Louisiana: Treasurer: state Representative Scott McKnight (Republican) - added.

New Jersey: Senate Class 1: Christina Amira Khalil (Democratic) - added.


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3 changes to the candidate list:

Ohio (readied for 8 November General Election): House CD 3: Alexander Q. Amicucci (Write-in) - added. House CD 7: Brian Kenderes (Write-in) - added; Vince Licursi (Write-in) - added.


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15 changes to the candidate list:

Maine (readied for 8 November General Election): Governor: Sam Hunkler (Independent Unenrolled) - previously listed as Independent.

Pennsylvania (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Osborne Hart (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed; former Fredonia Borough Council Member Ronald Edward "Ron" Johnson, II (Write-in [Constitution]) - removed; Quincy Magee (Write-in) - removed; Everett Stern (Write-in [Independent]) - removed. Governor: Candace Wagner (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed. Lieutenant Governor: Cherry Valley Borough Mayor Michael Bagdes-Canning (Green) - removed; state Representative Austin Davis (Democratic) - removed; state Representative Carrie Lewis DelRosso (Republican) - removed; Timothy D. "Tim" McMaster (Libertarian) - removed; Nichole M. Shultz (Keystone) - removed. House CD 1: Caroline Kay Avery (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 5: William David Bestman (Write-in) - removed. House CD 13: former Member of Congress Mark S. Critz (Write-in [Democratic]) - removed; Reece Wright-Mcdonald (Write-in) - removed.


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11 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Senator John Neely Kennedy (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 1: Member of Congress Stephen J. "Steve" Scalise (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 2: Member of Congress Troy A. Carter, Sr. (Democratic) - On Ballot. House CD 3: Member of Congress Clay Higgins (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 4: Member of Congress James Michael "Mike" Johnson (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 5: Member of Congress Julia Letlow (Republican) - On Ballot. House CD 6: Member of Congress Garret Graves (Republican) - On Ballot.

Virginia: Senate Class 1: Craig Edward Ennis (Republican) - added.

Presidential Candidates: Gregory Marcus Carter (Independent) - added; Willie Felix Carter (Democratic) - added; Jasmine Sherman (No Party Affiliation) - added.


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5 changes to the candidate list:

Illinois (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Timothy C. "Tim" Arview (Write-in [Republican]) - removed; John Hawkins (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - removed; Bradley Lamar Horges, Jr. (Write-in) - removed. House CD 7: former Kane County School Board Trustee Chad Koppie (Write-in [Republican]) - removed. House CD 16: Bradley Lamar Horges, Jr. (Write-in) - removed.


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5 changes to the candidate list:

Georgia (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Annette Jackson Jackson (Write-in) - removed. Governor: Al Bartell (Independent) - removed. House CD 6: Member of Congress Lucia Kay "Lucy" McBath (Democratic) - Renominated. Secretary of State: Brenda Lynn Nelson-Porter (Write-in [Nonpartisan]) - removed. Commissioner of Agriculture: Mollie "Mali" Beavers (Independent) - removed.


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3 changes to the candidate list:

Kansas (readied for 8 November General Election): House CD 3: Steven A. "Steve" Hohe (Libertarian) - added. House CD 4: Kyle Jacobs (Independent) - removed.

Virgin Islands (readied for 8 November General Election): Governor: Ronald Pickard (Independent) - added.


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3 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 3: Richard Sean "Dick" Weed (Write-in [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate, previously listed as Write-in [Republican].

Utah (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Reece Master Wright-McDonald (Write-in) - removed.

Virginia: Senate Class 1: Gary Barve (Republican) - added.


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3 changes to the candidate list:

Nebraska: Senate Class 2: Senator Benjamin E. "Ben" Sasse (Republican) - Open Seat - 6 October 2022: Senator Sasse has stated he will resign by the end of 2022 to become President of the University of Florida. Governor J. Peter "Pete" Ricketts (Republican) will then appoint a replacement to fill the seat through January 2025. A special election will be called in 2024 to fill the final 2 years of the term which ends in January 2027.

New Mexico: Governor: Ginger G. Grider (Write-in [Libertarian, Actual Justice]) - removed. Auditor: Robert Jason Vaillancourt (Write-in [Libertarian]) - removed.


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17 changes to the candidate list:

Connecticut (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: John Anderson (Write-in) - added; Andrew Hyduchuk (Unaffiliated) - removed; Dexter Narwhal (Unaffiliated) - removed; Daniel Reale (Libertarian) - removed; Kristi L. Talmadge (Unaffiliated) - removed. Governor: Michelle Louise Bicking (Green) - removed; Aaron Lewis (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 1: Member of Congress John B. Larson (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Mary L. Sanders (Green) - added. House CD 4: TJ Elgin (Independent [Republican]) - removed; Brian Merlen (Independent [Democratic]) - removed. House CD 5: Member of Congress Jahana Hayes (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. Secretary of State: Stephen "Steve" "Dinch" Dincher (Libertarian) - removed; Douglas L. "Doug" Lary (Green) - removed. Comptroller: William Hall (Libertarian) - removed.

Louisiana: Attorney General: Marty Maley (Republican) - added.

Minnesota: House CD 2: Paula Mirare Overby (Legal Marijuana Now) has passed away. She will remain on the General Election ballot.


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1 change to the candidate list:

Montana (readied for 8 November General Election): House CD 1: Curt Andrew Zygmond, Sr. (Independent) - removed.


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3 changes to the candidate list:

Louisiana: Governor: Attorney General "Jeff" Landry (Republican) - added. Attorney General: Attorney General "Jeff" Landry (Republican) - Open Office; state Representative John M. Stefanski (Republican) - added.


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9 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: House CD 22: Member of Congress Theodore Eliot "Ted" Deutch (Democratic) - Vacant Office. Resigned on 30 September 2022 to take the position of Chief Executive Officer of the American Jewish Committee.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 220 Democrats, 212 Republicans, and 3 vacant seats (Florida House CD 13, Florida House CD 22, Indiana House CD 2).

Indiana (readied for 8 November General Election): Senate Class 3: Aleem Young (Freedom) - removed. House CD 1: Samuel Kravitz (Independent) - removed. House CD 2 Special: Marla Godette (Write-in [Independent]) - added. House CD 6: Aleem Young (Conservative, Progressive) - removed. House CD 9: Aleem Young (Freedom) - removed.

Missouri (readied for 8 November General Election): House CD 3: Bill Hastings (Green) - removed. House CD 5: Sue Edward (Green) - removed. Auditor: Paul Lehmann (Green) - removed.


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