Native Candidates: FINAL Results of 2018 General Election
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StateOfficeDistrictGenderFirstLastTribal affiliationPartyWON OR LOST?W/L by # pts.% Precincts ReportedOpponent(s)Opponent Tribal AffiliationNewsQuotesLinks
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Oklahoma CityOklahomaCorporation CommissionFAshleyMcCrayAbsentee ShawneeDLOST26100Bob Anthony (R)
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Ma'ili/OahuHawaiiGovernorFAndriaTupolaNative HawaiianRLOST29100David Ige (D)http://www.thegardenisland.com/2018/09/23/hawaii-news/tupola-hawaii-deserves-better/https://www.votetupola.com/
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WasillaAlaskaLt. GovernorFDebraCallDena’inaDLOST1098Meyer (R)https://www.adn.com/politics/2018/11/07/live-2018-alaska-general-election-results/
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DuluthMinnesotaLt. GovernorFDonnaBergstromRed LakeRLOSTPeggy Flanagan (D)White Earth Nation
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Oklahoma CityOklahomaLt. GovernorFAnastasiaPittmanSeminoleDLOST27100
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South DakotaSecretary of StateFAlexandraFrederickLakotaDLOST30100Steve Barnett (R)
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ReddingCaliforniaState Assembly1FCaleenSiskWinnemem Wintu DLOSThttps://www.redding.com/story/news/2018/03/06/winnemem-chief-run-state-assembly/399220002/
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ArizonaState House4FSara MaeWilliamsTohono O'odhamGreenLOSTCharlene Fernandez (D), Geraldine Peten (D)https://www.facebook.com/SMWforLD4/
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Red Lake areaMinnesotaState House2BFKarenBrandenMetisDFLLOST22100Steve Green (R)White Earth Ojibwehttp://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2018/03/20/politics/two-indigenous-people-endorsed-at-dfl-senate-district-convention/70140.html
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RichfieldMinnesotaState House50AFKirstenJohnsonLeech Lake OjibweRLOST36100Michael Howard (D)https://www.facebook.com/kirsten4house/?hc_location=ufi
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St. IgnatiusMontanaState House93FEldena Bear Don't WalkCrowDLOST12100Joe Read (R)https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/politics/living-her-dream-eldena-bear-dont-walk-discusses-her-law-career/
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New MexicoState House4FSharonClahchischilliageNavajoRLOST4100Anthony Allison (D)http://nmpoliticalreport.com/167617/house-panel-passes-bill-to-block-use-of-state-land-for-border-wall/
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New MexicoState House60FAlexisJimenezComancheDLOST6100Lewis
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PawhuskaOklahomaState House35FJasha Lyons Echo-HawkSeminole-Creek, Pawnee, Omaha, IowaDLOST
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Oklahoma CityOklahomaState House39FDevynDentonChoctawDLOSThttps://www.facebook.com/devyn4ok/?hc_location=ufi
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TulsaOklahomaState House67FCarlyHotvedtCherokee NationDLOSTCarlyforOklahoma.com
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Klamath FallsOregon State House56FTaylorTupperKlamath DLOST91http://www.tupper4oregon.com
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Lake AndesSouth DakotaState HouseFFaithSpotted EagleYanktonDLOST
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MichiganState Senate24FKatieNeptonMontagnais First NationLibertarianLOST100Tom Barret (R), Kelly Rossman-McKinney (D), Matthew Shepard (UST)
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Midwest CityOklahomaState Senate42FLindaWadeChoctawDLOSThttps://www.facebook.com/lindawade4OK/
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Eagle ButteSouth DakotaState Senate28FAlli MoranCheyene RiverDLOST100https://twitter.com/MoranforSenate
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Fountain CityWisconsinState Senate31FAaron CamachoPrairie Band PotawatomiGreenLOSTI firmly think that it is necessary to loosen the grip of the perceived two party system in order allow our citizens access to equitable choices in representation. Doing so requires our votes go toward candidates who will stand for the People. Often candidates must overcome socioeconomic disadvantages, often succumbing to cooperate influence through gifts and monetary donations.https://www.camachoforwistatesenate.com/
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Las CrucesNew MexicoU.S. House2FYvetteHerrell Cherokee NationRLOST1.4100Xochitl Torres Small (D)
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South DakotaPublic Utilities CommissionMWayneFrederickRosebudDLOST30100Kristie Fiegen
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Las CrucesNew MexicoSecretary of StateMGavinClarksonChoctawRLOST20100Maggie Toulouse Oliver (D), Ginger Grider
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Arctic VillageAlaskaState House6MEdAlexanderGwich'inDLOST22100David Talerico (R)alexanderforalaska.com
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JuneauAlaskaState House34MRobEdwardsonTlingit-HaidaInd *LOSThttp://mustreadalaska.com/rob-edwardson-files-for-house-juneau/
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Red Lake areaMinnesotaState House2AMMichaelNorthbirdLeech Lake OjibweDFLLOST20100Matthew Grossell (R)
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HeartbutteMontanaState House15MAdrian OwenWagnerBlackfeetGreenLOST--Green Party is no longer on the ballot. https://helenair.com/news/government-and-politics/montana-supreme-court-upholds-green-party-s-ballot-removal/article_85a40afc-6a09-54cb-9cb3-449a1b5f3676.html
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BrowningMontanaState House16MK. WebbGalbreathBlackfeetRLOST22100Tyson Runningwolf (D)Blackfeet
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Great FallsMontanaState House20MKeatonSunchildChippewa Cree TribeDLOST36100Andersonhttps://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/news/2017/12/15/teen-says-hes-running-state-house-district-seat/956465001/votekeatonsunchild.com
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Rocky BoyMontanaState House32MBruceMeyersChippewa CreeRLOST24100Jonathan Windy BoyChippewa Cree
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Miles CityMontanaState House38MBertPezzarossiDLOST36100Kenneth Holmlund (R)
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OkmulgeeOklahomaState House16MChandlerTorbettMuscogeeDLOSThttps://chandlertorbett.com/
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DeltaUtahState House68MMerleWallNavajoDLOSThttps://www.wall4house68.com/
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LanderWyomingState Senate25MSergioMaldonadoNorthern ArapahoDLOSThttps://newsok.com/article/feed/677784/andrea-andi-clifford-democrat-announces-candidacy-in-househttps://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/govt-and-politics/sergio-maldonado-to-run-for-wyoming-senate/article_d3764805-47f3-56eb-b26b-c714ca373d38.html
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MinnesotaU.S. House8MRay "Skip"SandmanOjibweInd *LOST100Joe Radinovich (D), Pete Stauber (R)
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TahlequahOklahomaU.S. House2MJasonNicholsCherokee NationDLOST30100Markwayne Mullin
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Salt Lake CityUtahU.S. House3MJamesSingerNavajoDLOSThttps://www.crowdpac.com/candidates/58c1f48126e2745ee52aaf6a/james-courage-singer
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BellevueWashingtonU.S. House8MDinoRossiTlingitRLOSThttps://www.dinorossi.com
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PlummerIdahoGovernorFPauletteJordanCoeur d'AleneDLOST 22100Brad Little (R)
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SelbySouth DakotaState House23MJosephYrachetaP'urhepecha from MichoacanDLOST - CHECK SEC OF STATE
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PorcupineSouth DakotaState House27FMargaret RossOglalaDLOST BY 7 VOTES; RECOUNT - SEC OF STATESteve Livermont (R), Elizabeth May (R), Peri Pourier (D)https://www.nativesunnews.today/articles/record-number-of-indian-women-running-for-office/
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St. Louis ParkMinnesotaLt. GovernorFPeggyFlanaganWhite Earth NationDWON11100Donna Bergstrom (R)Red Lake
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Pine RidgeSouth DakotaState House27FPeriPourierOglalaDWONSteve Livermont (R), Elizabeth May (R), Margaret Ross (D)https://www.nativesunnews.today/articles/record-number-of-indian-women-running-for-office/
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BethelAlaskaState House38FTiffanyZulkoskyYup'ikDWON12100Darren Deacon (R)http://kyuk.org/post/governor-walker-picks-rep-zach-fanslers-replacement
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HawaiiState House13FLynnDeCoiteNative HawaiianDWON44100Nikhilananda
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WichitaKansasState House103FPonka-WeVictorsTohono O'odham Nation and Ponca TribeDWON-UNOPPOSEDhttps://www.udall.gov/OurPrograms/Internship/spotlights/PonkaWeVictors.aspx
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RamseyMinnesotaState House41BFMaryKunesh-PodeinStanding Rock SiouxDFLWON32100Timothy Utz (Ind)
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RosevilleMinnesotaState House42BFJamieBecker-FinnLeech Lake OjibweDFLWON20100Yele-Mis Yang (R)https://www.mprnews.org/story/2018/01/11/states-rethink-sexual-misconduct-policies-after-complaints
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Great FallsMontanaState House24FBarbaraBessetteChippewa CreeDWON8100McNamara
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Lame DeerMontanaState House41FRaePeppersCrowDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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Crow AgencyMontanaState House42FSharonStewart-PeregoyCrowDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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BillingsMontanaState House50FJadeBahrNorthern CheyenneDWON11100Quentin Eggart (R), Nathan McKenty (Lib)https://www.jadebahr.com/
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New MexicoState House5FDoreen WondaJohnsonNavajoDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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New MexicoState House13FPatriciaRoyball CaballeroPiro Manso TiwaDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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New MexicoState House26FGeorgeneLouisAcoma PuebloDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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FargoNorth DakotaState House27FRuthBuffaloMandan Hidatsa ArikaraDWON(2 seats in SD- Thomas Beadle won)100Randy Boehning (R), John Kitzman (D)https://www.inforum.com/news/government-and-politics/4406532-fargos-rep-beadle-seeks-switch-nd-senate
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EdmundOklahomaState House83FChelseyBranhamChickasaw and CherokeeDWONhttps://www.facebook.com/branhamforhouse/
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Oklahoma CityOklahomaState House99FAjayPittmanSeminole DWONhttp://pittman4hd99.ajaypittman.com/
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PortandOregonState House43FTawnaSanchezShoshone-BannockDWON--UNOPPOSEDhttp://www.tawnasanchez.com
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SissetonSouth DakotaState House1FTamaraSt. JohnSisseton WahpetonRWON100http://www.thepublicopinion.com/news/local_news/district-state-house-seat-sought-by-tamara-st-john/article_4f673a0c-10cc-11e8-820d-c30556677031.html
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Salt Lake CityUtahState HouseFAngela RomeroAssiniboineDWONTranslate Tweet
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BellinghamWashingtonState House40FDebraLekanoffTlingitDWONhttps://www.debralekanoff.com/
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EtheteWyomingState House33FAndiCliffordNorthern ArapahoDWON
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Window RockArizonaState Senate7FJamescita PeshlakaiNavajoDWON3499Mealer
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TucsonArizonaState Senate9FVictoriaSteeleSenecaDWON24100Fleenorhttp://www.wmicentral.com/news/apache_county/legislative-district-newly-elected-lawmakers-plan-to-work-on-rural/article_a57be4c4-c861-11e6-a070-3370ed257c41.html
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BrowningMontanaState Senate8FSusanWebberBlackfeetDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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Pine RidgeSouth DakotaState Senate27FRed DawnFosterOglalaDWON100https://www.nativesunnews.today/articles/record-number-of-indian-women-running-for-office/
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Kansas CityKansasU.S. House3FShariceDavidsHo-ChunkDWON9100Kevin Yoder (R)
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AlbuquerqueNew MexicoU.S. House1FDebraHaalandLaguna PuebloDWON23100Janice Arnold-Jones (R)
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Oklahoma CityOklahomaGovernorMKevinStittCherokee NationRWON12100Drew Edmonson (D), Chris Powell (Lib)
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San BernadinoCaliforniaState Assembly40MJamesRamosSan Manuel BandDWON“As a tribal leader, a business owner, a community leader and as a county supervisor, I have worked to make it a better place – targeting corruption and bringing transparency to the county board while balancing the budget and creating a reserve,” Ramos, a Democrat, said in a news release.http://www.jamesramos.org
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DillinghamAlaskaState House37MBryceEdgmonAleutDWON28100William Weatherby (R)https://www.adn.com/politics/2016/12/03/for-bryce-edgmon-alaskas-first-alaska-native-speaker-of-the-house-a-budget-fix-is-personal-in-the-bush/
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NomeAlaskaState House39MNealFosterInupiaqDWON100UNOPPOSED
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KotzebueAlaskaState House40MJohnLincolnIñupiatDWON37100Leanna Mack, Patrick Savokhttps://ballotpedia.org/John_Lincoln
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ChinleArizonaState House7MArlandoTellerNavajoDWON99
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ArizonaState House7MMyronTsosieNavajoDWON99
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HawaiiState House39MTyCullenNative HawaiianDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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HawaiiState House24MJarrettKeohoakaloleNative HawaiianDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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HawaiiState House15MJames TokiokaNative HawaiianDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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FosstonMinnesotaState House2BMSteveGreenWhite Earth OjibweRWON22100Karen Branden (DFL)Metis
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BrowningMontanaState House15MMarvinWeatherwax Jr.BlackfeetDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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MissoulaMontanaState House16MTysonRunningwolfBlackfeetDWON22100K. Webb Galbreath (R)Blackfeet
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Rocky BoyMontanaState House32MJonathanWindy BoyChippewa CreeDWON24100Bruce MeyersChippewa Cree
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MissoulaMontanaState House95MShaneMorigeauConfederated Salish & KootenaiDWON5492Donald Kenck (R)
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New MexicoState House4MAnthonyAllisonNavajoDWON4100Sharon Clahchischilliage (R)
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New MexicoState House65MDerrick LenteSandia & Isleta PuebloDWON-100UNOPPOSED
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North CarolinaState House47MCharlesGrahamLumbeeDWON18100Lowery
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OklahomaState House16MScottFetgatterChoctawRWON
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MooreOklahomaState House53MMarkMcBridePotawatomiRWON
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MissionSouth DakotaState House26AMShawnBordeauxRosebudDWON100
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MurfreesboroTenneseeState House48MBryanTerryChoctawRWON47
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AnacortesWashingtonState HouseMJeffMorrisTsimshian First NationDWON
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GolovinAlaskaState SenateSMLymanHoffmanYup’ik.D*WON-UNOPPOSED
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HawaiiState Senate1MKaiali'l KaheleNative HawaiianDWON75100Arianoff (R)
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BellcourtNorth DakotaState Senate9MRichardMarcellaisTurtle Mountain ChippewaDWON-100UNOPPOSEDhttp://newsok.com/article/feed/1160774
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MissionSouth DakotaState Senate26AMTroyHeinertRosebudDWON100
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TulalipWashingtonState Senate38MJohnMcCoyTulalipDWONhttp://www.auburn-reporter.com/news/governor-signs-mccoys-bill-to-expand-dental-care-on-tribal-lands/
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