About Last Night: Beige Trickle Election Results Edition
While the West keeps counting votes, and Georgia looks likely to head to another runoff, plenty from the 2022 midterms election results to discuss.
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3:38 a.m.: Incumbents Richard Bernstein (D) and Brian Zahra (R) won re-election to the Michigan Supreme Court.
3:18 a.m.: Missouri voters approved Amendment 3 to legalize marijuana.
2:40 a.m.: California voters rejected Propositions 26 and 27. Proposition 26 would have legalized sports betting at American Indian gaming casinos and licensed racetracks in California. Proposition 27 would have legalized mobile sports betting and allocated tax revenue to an account for homelessness programs.
2:20 a.m.: Incumbent Dave Young (D) defeated Lang Sias (R) and Anthony Delgado (L) in the race for Colorado treasurer.
2:19 a.m.: Incumbent Tony Evers (D) defeated Tim Michels (R) and independent write-in candidate Seth Haskin in the general election for governor of Wisconsin.
2:15 a.m.: Incumbent Gretchen Whitmer (D) defeated Tudor Dixon (R) and five other candidates in the general election for governor of Michigan. By winning re-election, Whitmer became Michigan’s first governor elected from the same party as the sitting president since 1990.
2:04 a.m.: Incumbent Janet Mills (D) defeated former governor Paul LePage (R) and Sam Hunkler (I) in the general election for governor of Maine.
1:52 a.m.: Voters in California approved Proposition 31, which upheld legislation to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.
1:48 a.m.: Incumbent Brad Raffensperger (R) defeated Bee Nguyen (D), Ted Metz (L), and Brenda Nelson-Porter (write-in) for Georgia Secretary of State.
Incumbent Mike Lee (R) defeated Evan McMullin (Independent) and five other candidates in the general election for U.S. Senate in Utah.
John Fetterman (D) defeated Mehmet Oz (R) and six other candidates in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate election. Incumbent Senator Pat Toomey (R) did not seek re-election.
1:36 a.m.: Incumbent Brian Kemp (R) defeated Stacey Abrams (D) and three other candidates in the general election for governor of Georgia.
1:23 a.m.: Incumbent Kathy Hochul (D) defeated Lee Zeldin (R) in the general election for governor of New York.
Democrats retained control of the Maryland State Legislature, meaning the state became a Democratic trifecta. Previously, it had a divided government.
Democrats retained control of the Massachusetts State Legislature, meaning the state became a Democratic trifecta. Previously, it had a divided government.
1:02 a.m.: Incumbent Gov. Tim Walz (D) defeated Scott Jensen (R) and eight other candidates in the general election for governor of Minnesota.
1:00 a.m.: Republicans won all three seats up for election on the Ohio Supreme Court, with Sharon L. Kennedy (R), Pat Fischer (R), and Pat DeWine (R) winning seats.
12:52: Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) defeated state Sen. Doug Mastriano (R) and three others in the general election for governor of Pennsylvania.
12:46 a.m.: U.S. Rep. Ted Budd (R) defeated former state supreme court justice Cheri Beasley (D) and seven others in the general election for U.S. Senate in North Carolina. Incumbent Sen. Richard Burr (R)—who first took office in 2005—did not seek re-election.
Incumbent U.S. Sen. Patty Murray (D) defeated Tiffany Smiley (R) in the general election for U.S. Senate in Washington.
Incumbent Henry Cuellar (D) defeated Cassy Garcia (R) in the general election for Texas’ 28th Congressional District.
12:33 a.m.: Wiley Nickel (D) defeated Bo Hines (R) in the general election for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District, flipping the seat to Democrats for the first time since 2010. Incumbent Rep. Ted Budd (R) did not run for re-election and ran for U.S. Senate in North Carolina instead.
12:15 a.m.: Steven C. Johnson (R) defeated incumbent Lynn Rogers (D) in the race for Kansas treasurer. Rogers has held the office since 2021.
12:00 a.m.: Republicans flipped control of the North Carolina Supreme Court, with Richard Dietz (R) and Trey Allen (R) winning seats.
11:53 p.m.: Incumbent Maggie Hassan (D) defeated Don Bolduc (R) and Jeremy Kauffman (L) in the general election for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire.
11:49 p.m.: Iowa voters approved Amendment 1 adding a right to own and bear firearms to the Iowa Constitution.
11:47 p.m.: State Sen. Jennifer Kiggans (R) defeated incumbent U.S. Rep. Elaine Luria (D) in general election for Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District.
11:44 p.m.: Incumbent Sharice Davids (D) defeated Amanda Adkins (R) and Steve Hohe (L) in the general election for Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District. This race was a rematch of the 2020 general election, when Davids defeated Adkins 53.6% to 43.6%. Hohe also ran that year and received 2.8% of the vote.
11:40 p.m.: Alabama voters approved a ballot measure ratifying the Constitution of Alabama of 2022.
11:35 p.m.: J.D. Vance (R) defeated Tim Ryan (D) in the general election for U.S. Senate in Ohio. Incumbent Rob Portman (R), who was first elected in 2010, did not run for re-election.
11:30 p.m.: Incumbent Marcy Kaptur (D) defeated challenger J.R. Majewski (R) in Ohio’s 9th Congressional District.
11:00 p.m.: Incumbent Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D) defeated Yesli Vega (R) in the general election for Virginia’s 7th Congressional District. Spanberger was first elected in 2018, defeating then-incumbent David Brat (R) 50.3% to 48.4%. Before that election, a Republican had represented the 7th District since 1971.
9:37 p.m.: Rep. Neal Dunn (R) defeated Rep. Al Lawson (D) in the general election for Florida’s 2nd Congressional District. This was one of two U.S. House races in 2022 that had two incumbent representatives running for the same congressional district.
9:30 p.m.: Maura Healey (D) defeated Geoff Diehl (D) and Kevin Reed (L) to win the general election for governor of Massachusetts. Gov. Charlie Baker (R) did not run for re-election.
9:00 p.m.: Wes Moore (D) defeated Dan Cox (R) and four other candidates to win the general election for governor of Maryland. Larry Hogan (R) was not able to run for re-election due to term limits.
8:35 p.m.: Maxwell Alejandro Frost (D) won election to the U.S. House of Representatives to Florida’s 10th Congressional District, which is the district currently represented by Val Demings (D). National Journal described Frost “as the first Gen-Z candidate elected to Congress.” Frost completed Ballotpedia’s Candidate Connection survey in 2021. Click here to read his survey answers.
8:25 p.m.: Incumbent Ron DeSantis (R) defeated Charlie Crist (D) and Hector Roos (L) to win re-election as governor of Florida.
8:20 p.m.: Incumbent Marco Rubio (R) defeated Val Demings (D) and seven other candidates to win re-election to the U.S. Senate from Florida.