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

82 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado: Senate Class 3: Clinton Roosevelt Dale (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Aaron Pehrson (Unaffiliated) - added. Governor: Peter J. Carr (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Laurie Clark (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - re-added, previously listed as Unaffiliated; Paul Willmon (Unaffiliated) - added. House CD 3: Joseph Anthony "Joey" Camp (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Douglas S. "Dutch" van Raam (Other) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Donna Windholz (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Patrick O'Brien Faley (Unaffiliated) - added; former Kiowa Town Council Member Alax Jones (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Marcus Allen Murphy (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan Casey Thompson (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Aaron David Treviño (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Andrew Forrest White (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Stephen Andrew "Steve" Yurash (Unaffiliated) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 2. House CD 8: Steve Zorn (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate.

Connecticut: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Mark F. Kohler (Democratic) - added. Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (Democratic), who was was first elected in 2010; and re-elected in 2014 and 2018, resigned on 30 June 2022 citing her husband's ill health. Governor Edward "Ned" Lamont (Democratic) named Mark F. Kohler to fill the office for the remainder of the term. He will take office effective 11 July 2022

Delaware: House At-Large: David Rogers (Nonpartisan) - added.

Guam: Governor: Lourdes Leon A. Guerrero (Democratic) - added. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Michael F.Q. "Mike" San Nicolas (Democratic) - Open Office; Territorial Delegate Michael F.Q. "Mike" San Nicolas (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

New York: Governor: Larry Sharpe (Libertarian) - previously listed as Libertarian, Forward Party; Harry Wilson (Unite NY) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Aldo V. Vitagliano (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 17: state Senator Alessandra Biaggi (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families; Jack W. Schrepel (Republican) - previously listed as Conservative, Republican. House CD 18: Rana Abdelhamid (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Aisha Mills (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 19: Osun Zotique (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 22: Joshua E. "Josh" Goldfein (Working Families) - apparently not a candidate; DeWitt Town Board Member Sarah Klee Hood (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families. House CD 23: Richard B. "Rich" Moon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 24: Floyd G. Rayburn (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

Oregon: House CD 4: James M. Howard (Constitution) - added.

Rhode Island: Governor: James T. Aubin (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Joel Hellmann (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Jeffrey E. Lemire (Independent) - added. House CD 2: William H. "Bill" Gilbert (Moderate) - added; former state Representative Robbert B. "Bob" Lancia (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Donald Frederick Robbio (Republican) - added. Secretary of State: Anne Armstrong (Compassion) - previously listed as Independent.

Texas: Governor: Fidel "Two Bears" Castillo (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Raul I. Cortina (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Justin Ryan Cunneen (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jal Ray Dennis (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jorge Alberto Franco (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Deidre Gilbert (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Reginald E. Jennings, II (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Chioma Okoro (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jeremy Joseph Rios (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Sean Sharp (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Ricardo Turullols-Bonilla (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Demetra Jefferson Wysinger (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. Lieutenant Governor: Deauc Nash Dentaen (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jason Eric Withers (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Roger Richard Barone (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Cody Knight (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Jeff Simmons (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Ruth Torres (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Takona Eileen Scauflaire (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Juan Carlos Arias (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Juan Carlos Arra (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Janis Richards (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Hal J. Ridley, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Samuel Lee "Sam" Williams, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 17: Jake Devin Armstrong (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 19: Jay Allen Ford (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 20: Ismael Garcia (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Adam N. Jonasz (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: James Hart (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 26: William Robert "Billy Bob" Cunningham, Jr. (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 28: Rafael Alcoser, III (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 29: T.D. Blackshure (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Johnathan A. Garza (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 30: Eric Williams (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 32: Nathan Bosley (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 34: Ronald Dwayne Mills (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 35: William Reed Hayward (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 37: Benjamin Ovard (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 38: Scott Cubbler (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Joel Dejean (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. Comptroller of Public Accounts: Michael Pepos Berlanga (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

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

29 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado (28 June primary update): Senate Class 3: Daniel L. "Dan" Hendricks (Write-in [Republican]) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Soledad "Sol" Sandoval Tafoya (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Connecticut: Secretary of State: Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (Democratic) - Resigning on 30 June 2022 citing her husband's poor health due to Parkinson's. Governor Edward "Ned" Lamont (Democratic) will appoint a replacement.

District of Columbia: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Greg Maye (Independent [Democratic]) - previously listed as Independent.

Florida: House CD 14: James Judge (Republican) - re-added by court order.

Illinois (28 June primary update): House CD 11: North Aurora Trustee Mark Joseph Carroll (Republican) - lost Primary; Jerry Evans (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Joshua Qualls (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 14: Michael "Mike" Koolidge (Republican) - lost Primary; James T. "Jim" Marter (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Steve Kim (Republican) - lost Primary.

Missouri: Senate Class 3: John F. Wood (Independent) - added.

New York: Senate Class 3: Thomas "Tom" Quiter (Libertarian, Unite NY) - previously listed as Libertarian, Unite NY, Forward Party. House CD 9: Joel Anabilah-Azumah (Write-in [No Party Affiliation]) - previously listed as No Party Affiliation. Attorney General: Sean Hayes (Libertarian, Unite NY) - previously listed as Libertarian, Unite NY, Forward Party. Comptroller: former Peekskill City Council Member William K. "Bill" Schmidt (Libertarian, Unite NY) - previously listed as Libertarian, Unite NY, Forward Party.

Oklahoma (28 June primary update): House CD 2: Johnny Teehee (Republican) - lost Primary.

Rhode Island: Governor: James T. Aubin (Libertarian) - added; Kalilu Camara (Democratic) - added; Michael J. Costa (Republican) - added; Elijah J. Gizzarelli (Libertarian) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Ross K. McCurdy (Independent) - added; Paul E. Pence (Republican) - added. House CD 2: John D. Ritchie (Independent) - added. Secretary of State: Anne Armstrong (Independent) - added; Stephanie E. Beaute (Democratic) - added; Anthony N. B. Tamba (Democratic) - added. Attorney General: Alan Gordon (Independent) - added; Rebecca Lynn McLaughlin (Independent) - added.

198 changes to the candidate list. June 28 primary update-- 4 incumbents lost their party's nomination: Davis (R, IL US House 15), Newman (D, IL 6), O'Connor (R, Att Gen), Palazzo (R, MS 4). 1 elected: Flood (R, NE 1).
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

198 changes to the candidate list:

Colorado (28 June primary update): Senate Class 3: state Representative Ron Hanks (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: former Parker Mayor Greg Lopez (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Diana L. DeGette (Democratic) - Renominated; Neal Walia (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Lauren Boebert (Republican) - Renominated; state Senator Don Coram (Republican) - lost Primary; Alex Walker (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Kenneth R. "Ken" Buck (Republican) - Renominated; Robert "Bob" Lewis (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Douglas L. "Doug" Lamborn (Republican) - Renominated; Michael Christopher Colombe (Democratic) - lost Primary; Andrew David Heaton (Republican) - lost Primary; Rebecca Keltie (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative David "Dave" Williams (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Laurel Anne Imer (Republican) - lost Primary; Tim Reichert (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Tyler Allcorn (Republican) - lost Primary; Thornton Mayor Janifer Suzanne "Jan" Kulmann (Republican) - lost Primary; Weld County Commissioner Lori A. Saine (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Mike O'Donnell (Republican) - lost Primary; Mesa County Clerk Tina M. Peters (Republican) - lost Primary.

Delaware: Auditor: Lydia York (Democratic) - added.

District of Columbia: Mayor: Joe Green (Independent) - added; James Harris (Socialist Workers Party) - added; Staci R. Jameson (Independent) - added; Carolyn E. O'Connor (Independent) - added; Frank Sewell (Independent) - added. Delegate to the House of Representatives: Greg Maye (Independent) - added; Arlene Rubinstein (Socialist Workers Party) - added.

Illinois (28 June primary update): Senate Class 3: Casey Chlebek (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew James "Matt" Dubiel (Republican) - lost Primary; John Hawkins (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added; Peggy Hubbard (Republican) - lost Primary; Robert "Bobby" Piton (Republican) - lost Primary; Jimmy Lee Tillman, II (Republican) - lost Primary; Anthony W. Williams (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor J.B. Pritzker (Democratic) - Renominated; Aurora Mayor Richard C. Irvin (Republican) - lost Primary; Beverly Miles (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gary Rabine (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Senator Paul Schimpf (Republican) - lost Primary; Max Solomon (Republican) - lost Primary; Jesse William "Sully" Sullivan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Kirby Jerome Birgans (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher "Chris" Butler (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jahmal Cole (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Jacqueline Y. "Jacqui" Collins (Democratic) - lost Primary; Steven DeJoie (Democratic) - lost Primary; Chicago Alderman Patricia R. "Pat" Dowell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Cassandra Goodrum (Democratic) - lost Primary; Marcus Lewis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ameena Matthews (Democratic) - lost Primary; Karin M. Norington-Reaves (Democratic) - lost Primary; Robert A. Palmer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nykea Pippion McGriff (Democratic) - lost Primary; Terre Layng Rosner (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jonathan T. Swain (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael Anthony Thompson, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Philanise White (Republican) - lost Primary; Charise A. Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary; Geno Young (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Ashley Ramos (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Marie Newman (Democratic) - Lost Primary; Juan Enrique Aguirre (Democratic) - lost Primary; Iymen H. Chehade (Democratic) - lost Primary; Chicago Alderman Gilbert "Gil" Villegas (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Malgorzata McGonigal (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Sean Casten (Democratic) - Renominated; Niki Conforti (Republican) - lost Primary; Robert "Rob" Cruz (Republican) - lost Primary; Gary Grasso (Republican) - lost Primary; Charles M. Hughes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Scott Richard Kaspar (Republican) - lost Primary; Member of Congress Marie Newman (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Worth School Board Member Catherine Anne "Cathy" O'Shea (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress Danny K. Davis (Democratic) - Renominated; Kina Isis Collins (Democratic) - lost Primary; Denarvis C. Mendenhall (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Member of Congress S. Raja Krishnamoorthi (Democratic) - Renominated; Junaid Ahmed (Democratic) - lost Primary; Karen Kolodziej (Republican) - lost Primary; Kane County School Board Trustee Chad Koppie (Republican) - lost Primary; Peter Kopsaftis (Republican) - lost Primary; Phillip Owen "Phil" Wood (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Susan L. Hathaway-Altman (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrea Heeg (Republican) - lost Primary; Cassandra Tanner Miller (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Member of Congress Rodney L. Davis (Republican) - Lost Primary; Matthew A. "Matt" Hausman (Republican) - lost Primary; Terry Martin (Republican) - lost Primary; R. David Palmer (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 14: Jack Lombardi, II (Republican) - lost Primary; Jaime Milton (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 15: Member of Congress Mary Miller (Republican) - Renominated; Member of Congress Rodney L. Davis (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 16: JoAnne Guillemette (Republican) - lost Primary; Walt Peters (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Stephan Rebresh (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 17: Charles William "Charlie" Helmick, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Rockford Alderman Jonathan Klarer Logemann (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jacqueline Marie "Jackie" McGowan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rock Island County Board Member Angela H. "Angie" Normoyle (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Litesa Wallace (Democratic) - lost Primary; Marsha Viriginia Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 18: Member of Congress Darin McKay LaHood (Republican) - Renominated. Secretary of State: John C. Milhiser (Republican) - lost Primary; Chicago Alderman David H. Moore (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sidney Moore (Democratic) - lost Primary; Chicago City Clerk Anna M. Valencia (Democratic) - lost Primary. Attorney General: David J. Shestokas (Republican) - lost Primary.

Minnesota: House CD 6: David Rosenfeld (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Mississippi (28 June runoff update): House CD 2: Ronald "Ron" Eller (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Michael Patrick Guest (Republican) - Renominated; Michael Cassidy (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven McCarty Palazzo (Republican) - Lost Primary.

Nebraska (28 June special election update): House CD 1: Member of Congress Mike Flood (Republican) - Renominated; Joe Swanson (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. House CD 1 Special: state Senator Mike Flood (Republican) - elected.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 220 Democrats, 211 Republicans, and 4 vacant seats (Alaska House At-Large, Minnesota House CD 1, New York House CD 19, New York House CD 23).

New York (28 June statewide primary update): Senate Class 3: Sara Lobman (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added; Diane Wilson Sare (Labor) - previously listed as Independent. Governor: Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Democratic) - Renominated; former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrew Giuliani (Republican) - lost Primary; Member of Congress Thomas R. "Tom" Suozzi (Democratic) - lost Primary; New York City Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams (Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families; Harry Wilson (Unite NY) - previously listed as Republican, Unite NY. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado (Democratic) - Renominated; Ana Maria Archila (Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families; former New York City Council Member Diane Reyna (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Ohio: Senate Class 3: Samir Hazboun (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Oklahoma (28 June primary update): Senate Class 2 Special: Michael Coibion (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Nathan Dahm (Republican) - lost Primary; Jessica Jean Garrison (Republican) - lost Primary; Alex Gray (Republican) - lost Primary; Randy J. Grellner (Republican) - lost Primary; Lucas "Luke" Holland (Republican) - lost Primary; Adam Holley (Republican) - lost Primary; Laura Moreno (Republican) - lost Primary; former Attorney General E. Scott "Scott" Pruitt (Republican) - lost Primary; Paul Royse (Republican) - lost Primary; John F. Tompkins (Republican) - lost Primary. Senate Class 3: Senator James Paul Lankford (Republican) - Renominated; Arya Azma (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dennis L. Baker (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joan E. Farr (Republican) - lost Primary; Jo Stanley Glenn (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jackson Rhodes Lahmeyer (Republican) - lost Primary; Brandon Keith Wade (Democratic) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor Kevin Stitt (Republican) - Renominated; former state Senator Connie Johnson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joel Kintsel (Republican) - lost Primary; Moira McCabe (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark Sherwood (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Guy Stuart Barker (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative John Bennett (Republican) - lost Primary; David Derby (Republican) - lost Primary; Pamela Smith Gordon (Republican) - lost Primary; Rhonda Hopkins (Republican) - lost Primary; Clint Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; John Wesley "Wes" Nofire (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Marty L. Quinn (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Dustin Roberts (Republican) - lost Primary; Chris Schiller (Republican) - lost Primary; Erick P. Wyatt (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Frank D. Lucas (Republican) - Renominated; William Wade "Wade" Burleson (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Butler (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Thomas Jeffery "Tom" Cole (Republican) - Renominated; Frank W. Blacke (Republican) - lost Primary; James Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Stephanie Bice (Republican) - Renominated; Subrina Banks (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Attorney General John M. O'Connor (Republican) - Lost Primary. Treasurer: former Oklahoma County Clerk David B. Hooten (Republican) - lost Primary. Auditor and Inspector: Auditor and Inspector Cindy Byrd (Republican) - Renominated; Steven W. McQuillen (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Labor: Keith Swinton (Republican) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Peggs School Superintendent John Cox (Republican) - lost Primary; William E. "Bill" Crozier (Republican) - lost Primary. Corporation Commissioner 1: Justin Hornback (Republican) - lost Primary; Harold D. Spradling (Republican) - lost Primary.

28 June 2022 contests proceeding to a 23 August 2022 runoff

  • U.S. Senate Class 2 Special Election - Republican: Member of Congress Markwayne Mullin v. former state Representative T.W. Shannon.
  • U.S. Senate Class 3 - Democratic: Madison Horn v Jason Bollinger.
  • U.S. House CD 2 - Republican: state Representative Avery Frix v former state Senator Josh Brecheen.
  • Treasurer - Republican: state Representative Todd Russ v former state Senator Clark Jolley.
  • Commissioner of Labor - Republican: Labor Commissioner Leslie Katheryn Osborn v state Representative Kevin Sean "Sean The Patriot" Roberts.
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction - Republican: Ryan Walters v Shawnee School Superintendent April Grace.
  • Corporation Commissioner 1 - Republican: state Senator Kim David v former state Representative Todd Thomsen.

Pennsylvania: Senate Class 3: Osborne Hart (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

South Carolina (28 June runoff update): Senate Class 3: Catherine Fleming Bruce (Democratic) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Education: Lexington City Council Member Kathy Maness (Republican) - lost Primary.

Texas: Governor: Alyson Kennedy (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added. House CD 30: Gerardo Sanchez (Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]) - added.

Utah (28 June primary update): Senate Class 3: Senator Mike Lee (Republican) - Renominated; former state Representative Becky Edwards (Republican) - lost Primary; Ally Isom (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Blake David Moore (Republican) - Renominated; Andrew Badger (Republican) - lost Primary; former Morgan County Council Member Tina Cannon (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Chris Stewart (Republican) - Renominated; Erin Christine Rider (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress John Curtis (Republican) - Renominated; former state Representative Christopher Niles "Chris" Herrod (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Burgess Owens (Republican) - Renominated; Jake Hunsaker (Republican) - lost Primary.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Nebraska: House CD 1 Special.

Tuesday 28 June 2022: Federal and State Primaries in COLORADO, ILLINOIS, OKLAHOMA and UTAH; State only Primary in NEW YORK; Runoffs in MISSISSIPPI and SOUTH CAROLINA; Special Election in NEBRASKA's 1st Congressional District
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

COLORADO Primary
polls close at 7 PM local time [0100 GMT]
(Colorado votes mostly by mail)
Returns from an official source, results from a media source, results from a media source.

ILLINOIS Primary
polls close at 7 PM local time [0000 GMT]
Results from a media source, results from a media source.

NEW YORK State Primary
polls close at 9 PM local time [0100 GMT]
[New York's Primary for Federal offices will be held on Tuesday 23 August 2022]
Returns from an official source, results from a media source, results from a media source.

OKLAHOMA Primary
polls close at 7 PM local time [0000 GMT]
If no candidate receives at least 50% of the vote in the primary, a 23 August runoff will be held between the top two vote-getters.
Returns from an official source, results from a media source, results from a media source.

UTAH Primary
polls close at 8 PM local time [0200 GMT]
Returns from an official source, results from a media source, results from a media source.

MISSISSIPPI Runoffs
polls close at 7 PM local time [0000 GMT]

7 June 2022 contests proceeding to today's runoff

  • U.S. House CD 2 - Republican: Ronald "Ron" Eller v. Brian Wesley Flowers.
  • U.S. House CD 3 - Republican: Michael Cassidy v. Member of Congress Michael Patrick Guest.
  • U.S. House CD 4 - Republican: Member of Congress Steven McCarty Palazzo v. Jackson County Sheriff Walter Michael "Mike" Ezell.

Results from a media source, results from a media source.

SOUTH CAROLINA Runoffs
polls close at 7 PM local time [2300 GMT]

14 June 2022 contests proceeding to today's runoff

  • U.S. Senate Class 3 - Democratic: Catherine Fleming Bruce v. state Representative Krystle N. Matthews
  • Superintendent of Education - Republican: Lexington City Council Member Kathy Maness v. Ellen Weaver

Returns from an official source, results from a media source, results from a media source.

SPECIAL U.S.House ELECTION in NEBRASKA's 1st Congressional District
polls close at 8 PM local time [0100 GMT].
Caused by the 31 March 2022 resignation of Jeffrey Lane "Jeff" Fortenberry (Republican).
Returns from an official source, results from a media source.


 
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