The Green Papers
Governor's Chairs, Senate, and House Seats
up for Election on 6 November 2018
with only one major party candidate

This table is updated after each state completes its nominating process. Currently, 53 jurisdictions have completed their nominating processes: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

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

House CD 7
Democratic - Congressman  Terrycina Andrea "Terri" Sewell
House CD 7
Democratic - Congressman  Ruben Gallego
Green - Gary Swing
(Republican); Write-in - James "007" Bond, IV
House CD 5
Democratic - Congressman  C. Michael "Mike" Thompson
No Party Preference - Anthony Mills
House CD 13
Democratic - Congressman  Barbara Lee
Green - Laura Wells
House CD 20
Democratic - Congressman  James Varni "Jimmy" Panetta
No Party Preference - Ronald Paul "Ron" Kabat
House CD 34
Democratic - Congressman  Jimmy Gomez
Green - Kenneth Mejia
House CD 40
Democratic - Congressman  Lucille Roybal-Allard
Green - Rodolfo Cortes Barragan
House CD 10
Democratic - Congressman  Valdez "Val" Demings
House CD 14
Democratic - Congressman  Katherine Anne "Kathy" Castor
House CD 20
Democratic - Congressman  Alcee L. Hastings
House CD 21
Democratic - Congressman  Lois J. Frankel
House CD 24
Democratic - Congressman  Frederica S. Wilson
House CD 5
Democratic - Congressman  John R. Lewis
House CD 8
Republican - Congressman  James Austin "Austin" Scott
(Green); Write-in - James L. "Jimmy" Cooper, III
House CD 1
Democratic - Congressman  Richard E. Neal
House CD 4
Democratic - Congressman  Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy, III
House CD 7
Democratic - Boston City Council Member  Ayanna S. Pressley
House CD 8
Democratic - Congressman  Stephen F. Lynch
House CD 13 Special
Democratic - Detroit City Council Member  Brenda Jones
U.S. Taxpayers - Marc Joseph Sosnowski
Green - D. Etta Wilcoxon
House CD 13
Democratic - Rashida Tlaib
Working Class - Sam Johnson
Green - D. Etta Wilcoxon
Write-in; (Democratic) -   Brenda Jones
Write-in; (Democratic) - John Conyers, III
House CD 2
Democratic - Congressman Bennie G. Thompson
Independent - Troy Ray
Reform - Irving Harris
New York
House CD 5
Democratic - Congressman  Gregory Weldon Meeks
House CD 6
Democratic; Working Families; Reform - Congressman  Grace Meng
Green - Thomas J. "Tom" Hillgardner
House CD 7
Democratic; Working Families - Congressman  Nydia Margarita Velázquez
Conservative - Joseph Lieberman
Reform - Jeffrey M. "Jeff" Kurzon
House CD 8
Democratic; Working Families - Congressman  Hakeem S. Jeffries
Conservative - Ernest C. Johnson
Reform - Jessica White
House CD 16
Democratic; Working Families; Women's Equality - Congressman  Eliot Lance Engel
House CD 17
Women's Equality; Working Families; Democratic - Congressman  Nita M. Lowey
Reform - Joseph John "Joe" Ciardullo
North Carolina
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman  Walter B. Jones, Jr.
House CD 3
Democratic - Congressman  Earl Blumenauer
(Republican); Write-in - Thomas S. "Tom" Harrison, IV
Independent Party of Oregon; Pacific Green; Progressive - Marc W. Koller
Libertarian - Gary Lyndon Dye
Constitution - Michael Paul Marsh
House CD 18
Democratic - Congressman  Michael F. "Mike" Doyle
Write-in; (Republican) - Kim Mack
House CD 9
Democratic - Congressman  Alexander "Al" Green
Libertarian - Philip Scott "Phil" Kurtz
Independent - Benjamin Hernandez
Independent - Lakesha Donyeil "Kesha" Rogers
House CD 20
Democratic - Congressman Joaquin Castro
Libertarian - Jeffrey C. Blunt
House CD 28
Democratic - Congressman  Henry R. Cuellar
Libertarian - Arthur Maxwell Thomas, IV
House CD 30
Democratic - Congressman Eddie Bernice Johnson
Libertarian - Shawn Wade Jones
Senate Class 1
Independent - Senator  Bernard "Bernie" Sanders
Republican - Lawrence Zupan
Independent - Brad Joseph Peacock
Independent - Russell Beste
Independent - Edward S. Gilbert, Jr.
Independent; (Democratic) - Folasade Adeluola
Liberty Union - Reid Kane
Independent; (Democratic) - Jon Svitavsky
Independent - Bruce Busa
House CD 3
Democratic - Congressman  Robert Cortez "Bobby" Scott
House CD 2
Democratic - Congressman  Richard Ray "Rick" Larsen
Libertarian - Brian Luke
House CD 2
Democratic - Congressman  Mark Pocan
Write-in; (Republican) - Joey Wayne Reed
Write-in; (Independent) - Rick Cruz
Write-in; (Democratic) - Bradley Jason Burt
OfficeCandidates with
No balloted
Some Third Party
and/or Independent
balloted opposition

'Offices with Only One Major Party Candidate' - for purposes of this listing- are deemed to be those election contests in which there is only one major party candidate (reference The Classification of Political parties listed on running for a given office on the ballot. Candidates of a Major Party who might be running as write-in or balloted as a minor party candidate (a party other than Democratic, Democratic-Farmer Labor, Democratic-Nonpartisan League, Republican) are not counted as having been formally nominated as Major Party candidates in this tabulation.


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


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