Open Seats: Race by Race Details

Oklahoma Senate - Special Election

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mark Beard (I)  3%
Constance Johnson (D)  30%
James Lankford (R)  67% Winner
James Lankford (R) - Rep. James Lankford won the election to succeed Sen. Tom Coburn (R). The competitive race for this seat was in the GOP primary, where Lankford beat out several candidates, including state House Speaker T.W. Shannon. Lankford easily defeated state Sen. Connie Johnson in the general election. Lankford currently represents the 5th Congressional district and serves on Committee on Oversight & Government Reform and Committee on the Budget. He has also been a key liaison between the House conservatives and GOP leadership and is Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee.

Alabama Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 8:34:30 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mark Lester (D)  23%
Gary Palmer (R)  76% Winner
As expected, Gary Palmer (R) has been declared the winner in the race for the 6th Congressional District of Alabama, which encompasses the Birmingham suburbs. This is a safe Republican district and the winner of this election was essentially decided in the Republican primary election. Mr. Palmer has a background in conservative policy and received the support of many prominent social conservatives in his primary election, including former Senator Rick Santorum. While Palmer was endorsed by Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, he's also said he believes Speaker Boehner has “lost his legitimacy.” http://palmerforalabama.com/

Arizona Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 8:46:02 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Joe Cobb (LIB)  16%
Rebecca DeWitt (OTHER)  6%
Gary Dunn (R)   
Samuel Esquivel (I)   
Ruben Gallego (D)  74% Winner
Gustavo Ortega (D)   
Jose Penalosa (I)  4%
Ruben Gallego (D) - Democrat Ruben Gallego has been declared the winner in the race for Arizona's 7th district, which includes south central Arizona and West Phoenix, surprising no one. This is a safe Democratic district and when outgoing Congressman Ed Pastor announced his retirement last spring, his predecessor was all but decided in the August Democratic primary. He is generally focused on social issues, which were a main stay of his campaign. Gallego was endorsed by Planned Parenthood, The Sierra Club and the AFL-CIO. http://gallegoforarizona.com/

Arizona Governor
Percent Reporting: 97    Last Update: 11/5/2014 8:39:44 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Brian Bailey (I)   
Cary Dolego (I)   
Douglas Ducey (R)  54% Winner
Fred DuVal (D)  41%
Barry Hess (LIB)  4%
Joseph Johnson (NP)   
John Mealer (OTHER)  1%
Alice Novoa (R)   
Diana-Elizabeth Ramseys Rasmussen Kennedy (I)   
Curtis Woolsey (NP)   

Arkansas Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 8:38:09 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Patrick Hays (D)  44%
French Hill (R)  52% Winner
Charles Neely (NP)   
Debrah Standiford (LIB)  4%
Republican French Hill has been declared the winner in the race to represent the 2nd Congressional District of Arkansas, which encompasses the central part of the state, including Little Rock. Mr. Hill has an extensive background in business as the founder and chairman of Delta Trust & Bank. He was also senior policy advisor to President George H.W. Bush and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury. This district contains Little Rock and is therefore not as conservative as other districts. He made jobs and the economy the focus of his campaign. This seat will likely remain competitive in future cycles. http://www.electfrench.com/

Arkansas Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/5/2014 4:38:42 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ken Hamilton (LIB)  3%
Janis Percefull (NP)   
Bruce Westerman (R)  54% Winner
James Witt (D)  43%
Bruce Westerman (R) has been declared the winner of the race for the 4th Congressional District of Arkansas, which contains the south and southwest parts of the state. Mr. Westerman was previously the Majority Leader of the Arkansas House, the first Republican to hold such a title since Reconstruction. It is unclear if he is as conservative as the man he is replacing, Tom Cotton, but he campaigned on economic and agricultural issues. Westerman was endorsed by the NRA, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Mike Huckabee. http://www.brucewesterman.com/

California Congressional District 11
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 2:09:16 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mark DeSaulnier (D)  66% Winner
Tue Phan-Quang (R)  34%
Democrat Mark DeSaulnier was quickly declared the winner of the race for California's 11th district seat, which includes the East Bay, Richmond and Concord, taking over for longtime retiring Rep. George Miller. This is a safely held Democratic district and like his predecessor, Mr. DeSaulnier focuses much of his attention on social issues and was endorsed by the California Labor Federation, the Sierra Club and the SEIU. http://desaulnierforcongress.com/

California Congressional District 25
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 2:12:53 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Stephen Knight (R)  54% Winner
Anthony Strickland (R)  46%
Republican Steve Knight has been declared the winner of California's 25th district race, surprising many. Knight defeated fellow Republican Tony Strickland, who was in the race because of California's primary system, which allows the top two vote getters to move on to the general election regardless of political party. Knight represents a large part of this district in the state Senate, but was believed to be the underdog going into the election. http://steveknight.org/

California Congressional District 31
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 5:20:53 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Pete Aguilar (D)  51% Winner
Paul Chabot (R)  49%
Democrat Pete Aguilar has been declared the winner in the race to fill California's open 31st district seat. Aguilar is the Mayor of Redlands and was favored to win this Democratic leaning seat. The seat opened up after GOP Rep. Gary Miller announced his retirement earlier this cycle. Obama won here by 17 points in 2012. http://www.peteaguilar.com/

California Congressional District 33
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 2:15:04 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Elan Carr (R)  42%
Ted Lieu (D)  48% Winner
Democrat Ted Lieu has prevailed in California's 33rd district, as was expected. The district includes Santa Monica and Beverly Hills and was opened after Henry Waxman declared his retirement following 40 years in the House. Lieu has a reputation for being constructive in the State Senate and ran on a campaign of humanitarianism and productive engagement with all sides of any given issue. Lieu was endorsed by Sierra Club, BIPAC and the National Education Association. http://www.tedlieu.com/

California Congressional District 35
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 2:15:42 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Christina Gagnier (D)  37%
Norma Torres (D)  63% Winner
Democrat Norma Torres has been declared the winner in the race to fill the open seat in California's 35th district. This Inland Empire and Ontario area seat opened up when Rep. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D) chose to run for San Bernardino County Supervisor rather than reelection. In her campaign, Torres ran on local issues, citing her work as a state senator and mayor of Pomona as reason for voters to trust her. While in the State Senate she served on the Insurance Committee, Banking and Financial Institutions Committee and Budget and Fiscal Review Committee. She was endorsed by EMILY's List, California Teachers Association and AFSCME. http://www.normatorres.com/

California Congressional District 45
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 2:21:17 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Drew Leavens (D)  35%
Mimi Walters (R)  65% Winner
Republican Mimi Walters has been declared the winner of the race to fill the California's 45th district open seat. This safe republican seat was made available when Rep. John Campbell announced his retirement earlier this cycle. Ms. Walters was previously in the State Assembly and State Senate. Prior to holding elected office, she served as an investment executive at a major investment banking firm for seven years. This Orange County seat is safe for a republican, and Walters all but ensured she'd be the next representative when she won the primary election in June. http://www.mimiwalters.com/

Colorado Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 98    Last Update: 11/6/2014 10:42:04 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Kenneth Buck (R)  65% Winner
Grant Doherty (I)  3%
Jess Loban (LIB)  3%
Victor Meyers (D)  29%
Republican Ken Buck has been declared the winner of the race for Colorado's 4th district. This safe Republican seat on the eastern plains was all but secured for Buck when Rep. Cory Gardner decided to run for Senate, allowing Buck to clear the field in the primary. Buck unsuccessfully ran for Senate in 2010, and was previously the Weld County District Attorney. http://www.buckforcolorado.com/

Georgia Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 9:25:22 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Michelle Nunn (D)  45%
David Perdue (R)  53% Winner
Amanda Swafford (LIB)  2%
David Perdue (R) - David Perdue will be the next Senator from Georgia, replacing the retiring Saxby Chambliss. Perdue, a former CEO of Reebok Shoes and Dollar General Stores, ran on his role as a job creating business leader and political outsider. He beat Michelle Nunn, daughter of former Georgia Senator Sam Nunn in what became one of the closest races in the country.

Georgia Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 9:25:53 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Buddy Carter (R)  61% Winner
Brian Reese (D)  39%
Republican Buddy Carter has been declared the winner of the race for Georgia's 7th district. This is a safe republican seat that Carter all but secured when he was victorious in the primary earlier this year. Carter defeated a more conservative challenger in that race by running as a small town pharmacist and small business owner. The seat became available when former Rep. Jack Kingston decided to run for Senate. www.buddycarterforcongress.com

Georgia Congressional District 10
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 9:31:57 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Kenneth Dious (D)  33%
Jody Hice (R)  67% Winner
Republican Jody Hice has been declared the winner of the race for Georgia's 10th district, replacing Rep. Paul Broun. Hice is seen as the ideological heir to the conservative Broun. Hice secured his place in Congress by winning the primary earlier this year. A publically devout Christian and radio show host, Hice campaigned primarily on social issues. jodyhiceforcongress.com

Georgia Congressional District 11
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 9:32:22 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Barry Loudermilk (R)  100% Winner
Republican State Representative Barry Loudermilk has won the race to replace retiring Rep. Phil Gingrey. This reliably Republican seat was all but won by Loudermilk when he emerged victorious in a crowded primary election where he was endorsed by many Tea Party groups. http://loudermilkforcongress.com/

Hawaii Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 11:18:37 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Charles Djou (R)  48%
K. Mark Takai (D)  52% Winner
Democrat Mark Takai has defeated Republican Charles Djou in the race to fill Democrat Colleen Hanabusa's open seat, which she vacated to challenge Senator Brian Schatz in the democratic Senate primary. Takai was previously a state representative and served in the Navy. He was endorsed by the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare and the Congressional Progressive Caucus. http://marktakai.com/

Iowa Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 11:20:55 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Bruce Braley (D)  44%
Joni Ernst (R)  52% Winner
Robert Quast (I)  1%
Ruth Smith (I)   
Rick Stewart (I)  2%
State Sen. Joni Enrst (R) has won the open Senate seat in Iowa. This race to succeed retiring Sen. Tom Harkin (D) was one of the most competitive races of the cycle. President Obama won the state in 2012 by 6 points. Ernst rose to from obscurity to popularity in a crowded primary field with creative advertising, a disciplined campaign and ended up with an overwhelming win in the GOP primary by consolidating tea party and business support. In the general election, she faced Rep. Bruce Braley (D). Ernst is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Iowa Army National Guard and has served in the state Senate since 2011.

Iowa Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 11:21:37 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Rodney Blum (R)  51% Winner
Patrick Murphy (D)  49%
Republican Rod Blum has pulled off a come from behind win in Iowa's 1st district, beating Democrat Pat Murphy. This northeast Iowa seat opened up when Rep. Bruce Braley decided to run for Senate. President Obama won this district by 12 points in 2012, and it was not believed to be competitive until very late in the cycle. Blum comes from a business background and was endorsed by the NFIB, Iowa Farm Bureau, NRA, and BIPAC. http://www.rodblum.com/

Iowa Congressional District 03
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 11:22:30 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Staci Appel (D)  42%
Bryan Holder (I)  2%
Edward Wright (LIB)  3%
David Young (R)  53% Winner
Republican David Young has won the race to represent Iowa's 3rd district, defeating Democrat Staci Appel. This seat opened up when long time Republican Rep. Tom Latham announced his retirement earlier this year. The race to replace him was viewed as one of the most competitive ones in the country. Young was previously Chief of Staff to Senator Chuck Grassley. Young was endorsed by the Iowa Corn Growers, John Bolton PAC, and BIPAC. http://www.youngforiowa.com/

Louisiana Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 18    Last Update: 12/6/2014 9:52:49 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Edwin Edwards (D)  33%
Garret Graves (R)  66% Winner
Republican Garret Graves has emerged victorious in the general election for Louisiana's 6th Congressional District, encompassing central Louisiana and the Baton Rouge suburbs. Graves was endorsed by BIPAC and comes from a strong policy background, formerly serving as the chief legislative aide to the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. After some time in Washington, he was appointed by Governor Bobby Jindal to manage the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority. http://www.garretgravesforcongress.com/

Maine Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:34:14 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Emily Cain (D)  42%
Leigh Hawes (R)   
Bruce Poliquin (R)  47% Winner
Blaine Richardson (I)  11%
Former State Treasurer Bruce Poliquin (R) has won the election to replace Rep. Mike Michaud (D) in this vast wooded district. In the Republican primary, Poliquin was endorsed by conservative groups, including FreedomWorks and the Republican Liberty Caucus. He was previously an investor. http://www.poliquinforcongress.com/

Massachusetts Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:53:47 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Seth Moulton (D)  55% Winner
Christopher Stockwell (NP)  4%
Richard Tisei (R)  41%
Iraq war veteran Seth Moulton has won the 6th district. Moulton ousted scandal plagued Rep. John Tierney (D) in the primary, 49 to 41% and faced a competitive general election from former state Senator Richard Tisei (R). An opponent of the Iraq war, Moulton served four tours in five years in Iraq. He was formerly the managing director of Texas Central Railway and has an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government and an MBA from Harvard Business School. http://www.sethmoulton.com/

Michigan Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:14:34 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Jim Fulner (LIB)  2%
Terri Land (R)  41%
Richard Matkin (TAX)  1%
Gary Peters (D)  55% Winner
Chris Wahmhoff (G)  1%
Democratic Congressman Gary Peters has been elected the next Senator from Michigan, filling the vacancy of retiring Carl Levin. Peters has been in the House since 2008 and serves on the Financial Services Committee. He had been commissioner of the Michigan Lottery prior to Congress and served in the US Navy Reserve. He defeated former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land.

Michigan Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:20:34 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
C. Jeffrey Holmes (D)  39%
John Moolenaar (R)  57% Winner
Will White (LIB)  2%
George Zimmer (TAX)  2%
State Senator John Moolenaar has won the race to succeed retiring Rep. Dave Camp (R). Moolenaar did not face a competitive general election, but faced a competitive three way primary. Moolenaar has received the endorsements of Rep. Camp, the Michigan Farm Bureau, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and MITeaPartyNews, to name a few. Moolenaar has previously served on the Midland City Council and worked at Dow Chemical Co, and the Middle Michigan Development Corp.'s Small Business Center. http://www.johnmoolenaarforcongress.com/

Michigan Congressional District 08
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:23:22 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Michael Bishop (R)  55% Winner
Jeremy Burgess (I)   
Jim Casha (G)  1%
Eric Schertzing (D)  42%
James Weeks (LIB)  2%
Former state Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop (R) won the race to succeed retiring Rep. Mike Rogers (R), defeating Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing (D). Bishop is the Chief Legal Officer for International Bancard Corporation and an Adjunct Professor at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Bishop was endorsed by Rep. Rogers, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Chamber of Commerce and the Michigan Farm Bureau PAC. In 2009-2010. Bishop scored 100% on the Michigan Chamber's voting record. http://www.electmikebishop.com/

Michigan Congressional District 11
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:27:21 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Kerry Bentivolio (R)   
Robert McKenzie (D)  41%
John Tatar (LIB)  3%
David Trott (R)  56% Winner
Attorney Dave Trott (R) has won the general election in Michigan's 11th district, defeating former State Department official Bobby McKenzie (D) and Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R), a write-in candidate. Trott was favored to win the district, after successfully challenging Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R) in the GOP primary in August. Bentivolio was dubbed an accidental candidate in 2012, when Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R) failed to qualify for the ballot. Trott was endorsed by BIPAC, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Detroit Regional Chamber and Michigan Farm Bureau. While Bentiovlio's write-in campaign, aimed at taking votes away from Trott, never seriously threatened the Trott campaign, it made it an interesting race to watch. http://trottforcongress.com/

Michigan Congressional District 12
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:28:22 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Terrence Bowman (R)  31%
Bhagwan Dashairya (LIB)  1%
Deborah Dingell (D)  65% Winner
Gary Walkowicz (I)  2%
Debbie Dingell (D) - As expected, Debbie Dingell (D) has won the race to succeed her husband, Rep. John Dingell, in Congress. Rep. Dingell is the longest-serving member of the House, serving for 58 years. Debbie Dingell is currently the President of D2 Strategies, chair of the Wayne State University Board of Governors and a member of the Democratic National Committee. Previously, she was the chair of the Manufacturing Initiative at the American Automotive Policy Council and a former General Motors Executive. She faced auto worker Terry Bowman (R) in the general, but the race was never competitive. http://debbiedingellforcongress.com/

Michigan Congressional District 14
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:29:58 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Christina Barr (R)  20%
Stephen Boyle (G)  1%
Brenda Lawrence (D)  78% Winner
Leonard Schwartz (LIB)  1%
Southfield Mayor Brenda Lawrence (D) will be succeeding Rep. Gary Peters (D) in the 14th district. The 14th district is solidly blue and Lawrence faced minimal opposition in the general election. The competitive election was in the primary, where Lawrence won in a three way primary, defeating state Rep. Rudy Hobbs and former Rep. Hansen Clarke. Lawrence is the first female and first African-American Mayor of Southfield, first elected in 2000. She is currently the President of the National Association of Democratic Mayors. http://brendalawrence.com/

Minnesota Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 2:10:51 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
John Denney (OTHER)  5%
Thomas Emmer (R)  56% Winner
Joseph Perske (DFL)  38%
Tom Emmer (R) - Tom Emmer (R) will be succeeding retiring Rep. Michele Bachmann (R). Emmer has a business background, having found his own law firm, and previously served in the MN House of Representatives. He unsuccessfully ran for Governor in 2010 and most recently, has been a conservative radio host. Emmer was endorsed by NFIB and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. http://emmerforcongress.com/index.cfm

Montana Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 12/1/2014 10:17:56 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Amanda Curtis (D)  40%
Steve Daines (R)  58% Winner
Samuel Rankin (I)   
Roger Roots (LIB)  2%
Republican Congressman Steve Daines has been elected the next Senator of Montana, defeating State Representative Amanda Curtis. Daines was originally running to fill the seat of retiring Democrat Max Baucus against appointed John Walsh. Walsh left the race however under scrutiny from a plagiarism scandal. Daines was largely supported by the business community in this heavily Republican state and in the House served on the Natural Resources, Transportation and Homeland Security Committees.

Montana Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 1:51:15 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mike Fellows (LIB)  4%
John Lewis (D)  40%
Ryan Zinke (R)  56% Winner
Ryan Zinke (R) - Ryan Zinke has won Montana's At-Large Congressional Seat, which was left open after incumbent Steve Daines' decision to run for Senate. Mr. Zinke was previously serving in Montana's State Senate from 2009 to 2011 and has a military service record as a decorated Navy SEAL Commander for over 20 years. In the Montana State Senate, Zinke was the chair of the Senate Education Committee and served on the Senate Finance and Claims Committee. The Montana Chamber of Commerce and Combat Veterans for Congress have both endorsed Ryan Zinke. http://www.ryanzinke.com/

Nebraska Senate
Percent Reporting: 22    Last Update: 11/4/2014 10:31:06 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
David Domina (D)  36%
James Jenkins (I)  3%
Benjamin Sasse (R)  60% Winner
Todd Watson (I)  1%
Ben Sasse (R) - The next Senator from Nebraska will be Republican Ben Sasse, replacing the retiring Mike Johanns. Sasse has served as President of Midland University, taking the helm in 2010 at age 37 and will be 42 upon taking office in the Senate, making him one of the youngest members. A graduate of Harvard with a doctorate in History from Yale, Sasse has been a professor, an investment advisor and an advisor to the Department of Health and Human Services during the Bush administration.

Nebraska Governor
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 1:40:45 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mark Elworth (LIB)  4%
Chuck Hassebrook (D)  39%
Pete Ricketts (R)  58% Winner

New Jersey Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 11:17:15 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Michael Berman (I)   
Margaret Chapman (I)   
Garry Cobb (R)  40%
Donald Letton (OTHER)   
Donald Norcross (D)  57% Winner
Robert Shapiro (I)  1%
Scot Tomaszewski (I)  2%
Donald Norcross (D) - Democratic St. Sen. Donald Norcross has easily defeated his Republican challenger to win New Jersey's 1st district, vacated when Former Rep. Rob Andrews resigned in February 2014. This is a solid Democratic district in the Philadelphia suburbs and Norcross was the candidate produced by the Camden political machine, which is run by his brother. Norcross is the president of the Southern New Jersey AFL-CIO. http://www.donaldnorcrossforcongress.com/

New Jersey Congressional District 03
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 11:20:05 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Aimee Belgard (D)  44%
Frederick LaVergne (I)  2%
Thomas MacArthur (R)  54% Winner
Tom MacArthur (R) - Republican Tom MacArthur has won the race to represent New Jersey's 3rd district, replacing retiring incumbent Jon Runyan. Before winning the race for this south central, coastal seat, MacArthur worked in the insurance industry. MacArthur ran a centrist campaign and won the endorsements of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, LiUNA, NFIB, International Union of Operating Engineers and BIPAC. www.tmac4congress.com

New Jersey Congressional District 12
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/13/2014 12:25:57 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Allen Cannon (OTHER)   
Kenneth Cody (I)   
Don DeZarn (I)  1%
Alieta Eck (R)  37%
Jack Freudenheim (I)   
Bonnie Watson Coleman (D)  61% Winner
Steven Welzer (G)  1%
Bonnie Watson Coleman (D) - Democrat Bonnie Watson Coleman has won the race to fill the seat of retiring Rep. Rush Holt. This is a safe democrat central New Jersey district and Coleman all but won the seat after the primary. In the election, she was endorsed by the NJ AFL-CIO, National Organization for Women, SEIU and EMILY's List. http://www.bonnieforcongress.com/

New York Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/5/2014 12:53:09 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Bruce Blakeman (R)  36%
Kathleen Rice (D)  64% Winner
Kathleen Rice (D) - Democrat Kathleen Rice has won the race to succeed Carolyn McCarthy in New York's 4th district. Rice was previously the District Attorney of Nassau County, making her mark as being the state's toughest prosecutor of DWI's. During the election, she was endorsed by Newsday, National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare and the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce. http://kathleenrice.com/

New York Congressional District 21
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 12:53:50 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Matthew Funiciello (G)  11%
Elise Stefanik (R)  55% Winner
Aaron Woolf (D)  34%
Elise Stefanik (R) - Elise Stefanik (R) has defeated Aaron Woolf (D) to succeed Rep. Bill Owens (D) in New York's 21st Congressional District. Stefanik has an extensive small business and policy background, previously serving in the Bush administration, the Foreign Policy Initiative and in 2012 was the Director of Vice Presidential Debate Prep to Paul Ryan. She was endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, BIPAC and NFIB. http://eliseforcongress.com/

North Carolina Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 1:46:51 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Laura Fjeld (D)  41%
Mark Walker (R)  59% Winner
Mark Walker (R) - Mark Walker has won the race to succeed U.S. Rep. Howard Coble and represent North Carolina's 6th Congressional District. Mr. Walker is a Southern Baptist pastor and former finance manager for Flow Automotive. On the campaign trail, Walker vowed to fight Obamacare. The North Carolina Troopers Association and the conservative Eagle Forum have endorsed Walker. http://walker4nc.com/

North Carolina Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 1:47:11 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Jonathan Barfield (D)  37%
J. Wesley Casteen (LIB)  4%
Louis Harmati (R)   
David Rouzer (R)  59% Winner
David Rouzer (R) - David Rouzer has been declared the winner in the race to represent North Carolina's 7th Congressional District, replacing retiring Democrat Mike McIntyre. Previously, Mr. Rouzer worked as an administrator for the USDA and served as a member of the North Carolina State Senate from 2009 to 2013. Rouzer is a small business owner of the Rouzer Company and the Warehouse Distribution. Mike Huckabee and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have endorsed David Rouzer. http://davidrouzer.com/

North Carolina Congressional District 12
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 1:49:03 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Alma Adams (D)  75% Winner
Vincent Coakley (R)  25%
Alma Adams (D) - Alma Adams has won the race to represent the 12th Congressional District of North Carolina. Ms. Adams previously was an art professor at Bennett College and served in the North Carolina House of Representatives for 20 years where she has been chair of the Appropriations Committee and vice-chair of various committees on Government, Commerce, Small Business, and Entrepreneurship. Adams champions social causes including women's' issues and education. The AFL-CIO, Emily's List, Planned Parenthood, and the United Auto Workers are some organizations that have endorsed Adams. Alma won the special election to replace Rep. Watt who resigned. http://almaadamsforcongress.com/

Oklahoma Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/7/2014 4:03:15 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Aaron DeLozier (I)  1%
Joan Farr (I)  1%
James Inhofe (R)  68% Winner
Matthew Silverstein (D)  29%
Ray Woods (I)  1%
Special Election:
Mark Beard (I)  3%
Constance Johnson (D)  29%
James Lankford (R)  68% Winner
James Lankford (R) - Rep. James Lankford won the election to succeed Sen. Tom Coburn (R). The competitive race for this seat was in the GOP primary, where Lankford beat out several candidates, including state House Speaker T.W. Shannon. Lankford easily defeated state Sen. Connie Johnson in the general election. Lankford currently represents the 5th Congressional district and serves on Committee on Oversight & Government Reform and Committee on the Budget. He has also been a key liaison between the House conservatives and GOP leadership and is Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee.

Oklahoma Congressional District 05
Percent Reporting: 49    Last Update: 11/7/2014 4:06:20 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Tom Boggs (I)  1%
Al McAffrey (D)  36%
Robert Murphy (I)  1%
Buddy Ray (I)  1%
Steve Russell (R)  60% Winner
Steve Russell has been declared the winner in the race to represent the 5th Congressional district. Rep. James Lankford (R) currently serves the 5th district, but decided to run for the open Senate seat instead, leaving the 5th open. Mr. Russell is a former state senator and a decorated Army Ranger veteran who led a task force instrumental in the capture of Saddam Hussein. Steve Russell founded and owns a small rifle manufacturing business, and represents a fast growing Oklahoma City. http://www.steverussellforcongress.com/

Pennsylvania Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/7/2014 3:28:07 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ryan Costello (R)  56% Winner
Manan Trivedi (D)  44%
Ryan Costello (R) - Ryan Costello has been declared the winner in the race to represent the 6th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. He is considered the ideological heir to the outgoing moderate Republican Rep. Jim Gerlach, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Mr. Costello is the former Chester County Commissioner. Costello was endorsed by the PA Fraternal Order of Police, Pennsylvania Education Association and the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce. https://ryancostelloforcongress.com/

Pennsylvania Congressional District 13
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/7/2014 3:31:21 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Carson Adcock (R)  33%
Brendan Boyle (D)  67% Winner
Brendan Boyle (D) - State Representative Brendan Boyle (D) has won the election to replace Allyson Schwartz (D) in Pennsylvania's District 13. Boyle emerged victorious in a crowded Democratic primary, distinguishing himself by gaining the support of northeast Philly, where Boyle is from. Boyle was endorsed by PA AFL-CIO and Philadelphia Inquirer. http://voteboyle.com/

South Dakota Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 8/28/2015 9:14:58 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Gordon Howie (I)  3%
Larry Pressler (I)  17%
Mike Rounds (R)  50% Winner
Richard Weiland (D)  30%
Former South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds has been declared the winner of the Senate race to replace retiring Democrat Tim Johnson. Rounds faced Demorat Rick Weiland, a former aide to Senator Tom Daschle and former Republican Senator Larry Pressler who was running as a moderate independent. While Rounds did not break 50% of the vote, he benefitted from Pressler and Weiland splitting the remaining vote. Prior to his election as Governor, Rounds was a partner in an insurance and real estate firm in South Dakota.

Texas Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/7/2014 1:31:12 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
John Ratcliffe (R)  100% Winner
John Ratcliffe (R) - Former U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe has won the election in Texas District 4. Ratcliffe defeated the oldest member of the House, Rep. Ralph Hall who has served since 1980, in the May primary. Ratcliffe ran a campaign promising change in Washington during the primary winning the endorsements of Club for Growth, the Senate Conservatives Fund, and the Madison Project. He faced no opposition in the general election. http://ratcliffeforcongress.com/

Texas Congressional District 36
Percent Reporting: 61    Last Update: 11/7/2014 2:13:32 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Brian Babin (R)  76% Winner
Michael Cole (D)  22%
Hal Ridley (G)   
Rodney Veach (LIB)  2%
Brian Babin (R) - Dentist and former Woodville Mayor Brian Babin (R) has won the election to succeed Rep. Steve Stockman (R). After a crowded twelve-candidate primary and runoff election, Babin emerged victorious with a majority of the vote. Babin has been a fixture in East Texas for a while, he was previously a Mayor, City Councilman, ISD School Board Member and Director of the Tyler County Chamber. He was endorsed by the American Dental Association, Boeing PAC and Texas Right to Life. http://www.babinforcongress.com/

Utah Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 4:26:12 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Timothy Aalders (IAP)  1%
Mia Love (R)  50% Winner
H. Douglas Owens (D)  47%
Collin Simonsen (CST)  1%
Jim Vein (LIB)  1%
Mia Love (R) - Former Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love (R) has won the election to succeed retiring Rep. Jim Matheson (D). Love previously ran against Matheson in 2012 and lost by 768 votes. This year, Matheson decided to retire, giving Love a clean shot at the seat. Love is the first African American Republican female elected to Congress. Love is also a fitness instructor and former city councilwoman. http://love4utah.com/

Virginia Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 4:03:08 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
David Brat (R)  61% Winner
James Carr (LIB)  2%
Jack Trammell (D)  37%
Dave Brat has been declared the winner in the race to represent the 7th Congressional District of Virginia. He also won the special election to serve out the remaining few months of former Rep. Eric Cantors (R) term. Mr. Brat is a former economics professor at Randolph-Macon College. Dave Brat's Tea Party ties and surprise primary win over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor made the biggest waves in this election season. In 2006, he was appointed to then Governor Tim Kaine's bipartisan Advisory Board of Economists, as Dave Brat has other financial experience working for Arthur Andersen and consulting for the World Bank. http://davebrat.com/

Virginia Congressional District 08
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 4:03:58 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Gwendolyn Beck (I)  3%
Donald Beyer (D)  63% Winner
Gerard Blais (OTHER)  1%
Jeffrey Carson (LIB)  2%
Micah Edmond (R)  32%
Don Beyer has defeated Micah Edmond in the 8th district open seat to succeed retiring Rep. Jim Moran (D). Beyer is the former lieutenant governor of Virginia and is best known in his district as the co-owner of nine car dealerships in Northern Virginia and five manufacturers. Beyer also served as to Ambassador Switzerland and Liechtenstein in 2009. Beyer was endorsed by Virginia AFL-CIO, NARAL Pro-Choice America, The Sierra Club and BIPAC. http://friendsofdonbeyer.com/

Virginia Congressional District 10
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 4:16:05 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Dianne Blais (OTHER)  1%
Barbara Comstock (R)  57% Winner
Brad Eickholt (I)  1%
John Foust (D)  40%
William Redpath (LIB)  1%
State Delegate Barbara Comstock has been declared the winner in the race to represent the 10th Congressional District of Virginia. This was an open seat, since Rep. Frank Wolf (R) is retiring after serving 17 terms in congress. Comtock is a former aide to Wolf, lobbyist at Blank Rome LLP, and founder of the Corallo Comstock firm. Comstock was also a consultant for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. She has served as the Delegate for Virginia's 34th House district since 2010. Comstock was endorsed by the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors, National Association of Women Business Owners and Business Industry PAC. http://www.barbaracomstockforcongress.com/

Washington Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 88    Last Update: 11/13/2014 3:12:38 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Clint Didier (R)  49%
Daniel Newhouse (R)  51% Winner

West Virginia Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 3:23:21 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Robert Baber (OTHER)  1%
John Buckley (LIB)  2%
Larry Butcher (R)   
Shelley Capito (R)  62% Winner
Phil Hudok (CST)  1%
Natalie Tennant (D)  35%
Republican Congresswoman Shelly Moore Capito has been declared the winner of the West Virgina Senate race to succeed retiring Democrat Jay Rockefeller. She defeated Democratic Secretary of State Natalie Tennant. Capito has strong support from the business community in this heavily Republican state. In Congress, Capito was the first woman elected to Congress from West Virginia and will be the first female Senator from the state. In the House, Capito served on the Transportation and Financial Services Committees.

West Virginia Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 12/14/2014 7:24:25 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Nick Casey (D)  44%
Robert Fluharty (R)   
Davy Jones (LIB)  5%
Alex Mooney (R)  47% Winner
Edward Rabel (I)  4%
Alex Mooney (R) - Alex Mooney has won the race to represent the 2nd Congressional District of West Virginia. This is Rep. Shelley Moore Capito's (R) seat, who chose not to run again to seek the open Senate seat in WV instead. Mooney was a Maryland State Senator form 1999-2010 before moving to West Virginia. He beat back a competitive primary challenge and has been endorsed by the West Virginia Coal Association, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, BIPAC and the NRA. http://mooneyforcongress.com/

Wisconsin Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/6/2014 3:26:51 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Gus Fahrendorf (LIB)  2%
Glenn Grothman (R)  57% Winner
Mark Harris (D)  41%
Glenn Grothman (R) - State Senator Glenn Grothman (R) has defeated Mark Harris (D) to represent Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District. This was an open seat, Rep. Tom Petri (R) did not seek re-election. Grothman is currently the Republican Assistant Majority Leader of the state Senate and has served in the Senate since 2005. Before that he was a member of the State Assembly and he was previously a practicing attorney. He was endorsed by Rick Santorum and Wisconsin Family Action PAC. http://www.glenngrothman.com/

*The analysis on this page is provided by the Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC). BIPAC is an independent, bipartisan organization, that is supported by several hundred of the nation's leading businesses and trade associations. The views expressed in this analysis do not necessarily represent the views of our organization.