2018 Election Night Tracker
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HOW TO USE THIS SHEETKEY LINKSOther Independent Candidates
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* = incumbentIMPORTANT: Clicking on a candidate name (in column C) re-directs you to a candidates vote count, biography and fast facts about the raceLive Q&A
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HD = House DistrictElection Night BlogON OUR RADARFeatured Independent DemocratRepublican Precincts Reporting
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SD = Senate DistrictOur Twitter FeedVotes%
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CD = Congressional District Pre-election briefingConnecticutGovernorOz Griebel53,6303.96%48.69%46.91%95.00%
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LD = Legislative DistrictFinal week news recapNew YorkGovernorStephanie Miner 51,3670.90%59.03%36.78%99.51%
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Green = Declared winnerRun for office in 2020Utah CD - 1Eric Eliason21,87211.05%24.43%62.81%100.00%
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Yellow = Too close to callMulti-member districts & ballot meauresBecome a memberAlaskaCD - 1Alyse Galvin107,16545.83%-54.17%98.00%
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ENDORSED CANDIDATES FEATURED INDEPENDENTSTOTALAlaska HD - 14Joe Hackenmueller2,38333.26%-66.74%100.00%
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TOTAL INDEPENDENT VOTES: 3,698,4111,511,0965,209,507Alaska HD - 29 Shawn Butler1,89128.85%-71.15%100.00%
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Arizona SD - 23Chris Leone3,6954.36%37.51%58.13%100.00%
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Endorsed CandidatesColorado HD - 26 Luke Bray9152.85%60.52%36.63%100.00%
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Iowa HD - 19 Richard Dedor4922.65%41.11%56.24%100.00%
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Statewide Candidates Endorsed Independent DemocratRepublican Precincts ReportingMaineHD - 82Kent Ackley 2,15650.22%-49.78%100.00%
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Votes%MaineHD - 91Jeff Evangelos 2,15751.21%-48.79%100.00%
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MarylandU.S. SenateNeal Simon79,6124%65%31%100.00%MaineHD - 95Bill Pluecker2,24954.32%-45.68%100.00%
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MissouriU.S. SenateCraig O'Dear33,1421%46%52%100.00%MaineHD - 120 Norm Higgins 1,84754.66%45.34%- 100.00%
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MaineGovernorHon. Terry Hayes37,1286%51%43%100.00%NevadaHD - 35Daniel Hofstein 2,88310.11%49.90%39.99%100.00%
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KansasGovernorGreg Orman66,1637%49%44%100.00%Oregon HD - 27 Brian Pierson 7,27531.33%66.04%-100.00%
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California Insurance CommissionerSteve Poizner3,287,45249.2%50.8%-100.00%Tennessee SD - 19 Christina Callaway6,25410.85%85.82%-100.00%
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State Legislative Candidates Endorsed Independent DemocratRepublican Precincts ReportingTexasHD - 6 Neal Katz11,92924.35%-75.65%100.00%
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Votes%Utah SD - 9 Alexander Castagno 8,95033.39%-66.61%100.00%
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AlaskaHD - 22Rep. Jason Grenn*2,83742%11%47%100.00%VermontSD AddisonMarie Audet 5,16916.10%27.72%16.48%100.00%
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AlaskaHD - 31Rep. Paul Seaton*2,99941%-59%100.00%VermontRD Orleans 2Kendall Lambert89520.58%34.54%-100.00%
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AlaskaHD - 33Chris Dimond3,35044%56%-90.90%Alachua Co (FL) Commissioner - 2 Scott Costello 24,70223.58%65.32%-100.00%
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AlaskaHD - 36Rep. Daniel Ortiz2,92958%-42%100.00%Unite America "Declaration of Independent" SigneesFeatured Independent DemocratRepublican Precincts Reporting
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ArizonaSD - 21Kathy Knecht26,43947%-53%100.00%Votes%
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ColoradoHD - 18 Maile Foster1,5446%57%36%68.00%Colorado CD - 2Nick Thomas12,4773.50%60.14%34.42%100.00%
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ColoradoHD - 33Jay Geyer1,6854%58%36%100.00%Florida CD - 12 Angelika Purkis 7,5012.24%39.65%58.10%100.00%
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ColoradoHD - 54Thea Chase10,49434%-66%100.00%MassachusettsCD - 3Mike Mullen12,4734.51%61.95%33.54%100.00%
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ColoradoHD - 59Paul Jones17,89544%56%-100.00%Michigan GovernorTodd Schleiger 21,6070.61%50.35%46.96%100.00%
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ColoradoSD - 30Steve Peterson3,8485%41%53%100.00%MichiganCD - 10Jeremy Peruski 11,3733.75%34.99%60.31%100.00%
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MaineCD - 1Rep. Marty Grohman 28,6769%59%32%96.00%Michigan CD - 11Cooper Nye4,6961.36%52.05%44.92%100.00%
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MaineHD - 47Dennis Welsh 2,63249%51%0%100.00%New York CD - 19Diane Neal 2,6191.00%50.18%47.29%100.00%
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MaineHD - 67Anne Gass 2,10147%-53%75.00%New York CD - 27Larry Piegza 5,7542.13%48.39%49.49%100.00%
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MaineHD - 69Walter Riseman2,40555%-45%100.00%South CarolinaCD - 4Guy Furay 9,1603.77%36.56%59.67%100.00%
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MaineHD - 94Rep. Owen Casas*2,64747%53%-100.00%Tennessee CD - 2Marc Whitmire6370.24%33.06%65.94%100.00%
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MaineSD - 27Crystal Canney4,94925%75%-100.00%Tennessee CD - 6Lloyd Dunn2,1300.86%28.29%69.48%100.00%
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MarylandHD - 21Ray Ranker6,1176%26%16%100.00%Texas CD - 16Sam Williams 3690.21%68.30%27.00%100.00%
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New HampshireS. 14 Ward 2Kate Harris69034%66%-100.00%Virginia CD - 1Robert Sayre 3590.11%44.70%55.19%100.00%
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New MexicoHD - 50Jarratt Applewhite5,05141%59%-100.00%Washington DCUS HouseErik Metzroth5,8973.05%96.95%-99.00%
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South DakotaHD - 7Cory Ann Ellis 1,97614%18%33%100.00%CaliforniaSD - 6 Eric Frame 34,72631.96%68.04%-100.00%
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VermontHD - 127Rep. Laura Sibilia1,37796%--100.00%CaliforniaSD - 26Baron Bruno 62,82824.37%75.63%-100.00%
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VermontHD - 128Rep. Ben Jickling*1,65525%33.49%14.58%100.00%California AD - 41Alan Reynolds42,72936.46%63.54%-100.00%
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Arlington (VA) County Board John Vihstadt*46,16446%54%-100.00%Idaho HD - 6Rick Tousley 6,49342.17%-57.83%100.00%
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WashingtonLD - 12Dr. Ann Diamond14,45442%-58%100.00%MichiganAttorney General Christopher Graveline68,4661.71%49.17%46.99%98.21%
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Oklahoma TreasurerCharles De Coune 309,17528.41%-71.59%100.00%
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Multi-Member DistrictsWisconsin GovernorMaggie Turnbull18,7850.70%49.64%48.48%100.00%
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In some states and districts, multiple elected leaders represent the same district. This system better guarentees that all voters voices are heard and represented. In 2018, we're watching these races closely to see how multi-member districts impact independent candidates.Fremont County (CO) Sheriff James B. Canterbury4,48123.95%-61.25%100.00%
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St. Genevieve Co (MO) CommissionMicah Rousey1,02113.91%48.26%37.82%100.00%
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Vermont HD-128 (2 winners)Vermont Addison Senate District (2 winners)Alexandria, VA City CouncilMark Shiffer11,8854.45%16.44%4.62%100.00%
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Ben Jickling (I)24.95%Marie Audet (I)16.10%Washington, DC - City Council, Ward 1Jamie Sycamore 5,93621.12%78.87%-100.00%
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Jay Hooper (D)33.49%Paul Ralston (I)9.66%Other Races We're WatchingFeatured Independent DemocratRepublican Precincts Reporting
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Larry Satcowitz (D)15.92%Christopher Bray * (D)27.72%Votes%
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Daniel Brown (R)14.58%Ruth Hardy (D)28.16%MaineU.S. SenateAngus King 329,97254.50%10.36%35.14%90.00%
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Stephen Webster (R)11.06%Peter Briggs (R)16.48%AlabamaSD - 10Craig Ford16,69939.28%-60.72%100.00%
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Archie Flower (L)1.88%Rhode IslandHD - 20 WarwickDan Elliott1,92243.83%56.15%-100.00%
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Utah HD - 73Marsha Holland 4,06332.87%-67.13%100.00%
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Maryland HD - 21 (2 winners)South Dakota HD - 7 (2 winners)Florida CD - 23Tim Canova 12,1394.88%58.38%36.16%100.00%
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Ray Ranker (I)6.33%Cory Ann Ellis (I)14.17%GeorgiaHD - 29Nancy Stead 4,16531.28%-68.72%100.00%
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Ben Barnes (D)26.29%Dwight Adamson (D) 17.69%Massachusetts HD - 2nd FranklinSusannah Whipps 1097970.34%29.66%- 100.00%
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Mary Lehman (D)25.53%Zachary Kovach (D)12.76%North Dakota Sec. of StateAl Jaeger 140,88947.19%39.61%- 100.00%
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Joseline Melnyk (D)25.62%Tim Reed (R) 32.93%VermontWindham Bennington WindsorKelly Pajala *1,85298.62%--100.00%
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Chike Anyanwu (R)8.01%Doug Post (R) 22.45%VermontHD - 2 Franklin Barbara Murphy *1,07952.81%- 47.04%100.00%
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Richard Douglas (R) 8.22%VermontHD - Addison Rutland Terry Norris *1,00957.69%42.02%-100.00%
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VermontHD - 3 WashingtonPaul N. Poirier *89420.50%28.18%23.48%100.00%
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Ballot Measures We're WatchingVermontHD - 7 WashingtonEdward Read *1,98125.34%33.12%-100.00%
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STATE MEASURE YESNOPRECINCTS REPORTINGWyoming HD - 22Jim Roscoe 249555.72%-44.28%100.00%
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MichiganGerrymandering61.14%38.86%98.07%
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Colorado Ammendment Z70.79%29.21%100.00%-
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ColoradoAmmendment Y71.18%28.82%100.00%
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