Races to Watch: Race by Race Details

Alaska Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/14/2016 11:35:34 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Zachary Kile (Alaskan Independence Party)   
Steve Lindbeck (Democratic Party)  36.5%
Jim McDermott (Libertarian Party)  10.1%
Bernie Souphanavong (Independent)  2.9%
Stephen Wright (Write-In)   
Don Young (Republican Party)  50.5% Winner
Since 1973 Representative Don Young (R) has been the at-large U.S. Representative from Alaska. He was re-elected tonight to serve 23rd term in the U.S. House and is the most senior Republican in the House.

Arizona Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 11:25:04 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Sheila Bilyeu (Write-In)   
Anthony Camboni (Write-In)   
Santos Chavez (Independent)   
Leonard Clark (Write-In)   
Sydney Dudikoff (Write-In)   
Ann Kirkpatrick (Democratic Party)  41.2%
Joanne Lopez-Cervantez (Write-In)   
John McCain (Republican Party)  53.3% Winner
Patrick Quinn (Write-In)   
Gene Scott (Write-In)   
Gary Swing (Green Party)  5.5%
Arizona was considered a toss up for both the Presidential race and for control of the Senate. Senator John McCain (R) was able to win convincingly in the primary and also managed a strong showing to win re-election to his seat for a sixth term. McCain will continue to be one of the go to Senators on the Armed Services Committee.

Arizona Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 12:16:56 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Paul Babeu (Republican Party)  43.1%
Tom O'Halleran (Democratic Party)  51.2% Winner
Ray Parrish (Green Party)  5.7%
Tom O'Halleran (D) defeated Paul Babeu (R) for the open seat created by Representative Ann Kirkpatrick's (D) decision to challenge Senator John McCain (R). O'Halleran was a former Republican and State Senator who ran a campaign grounded in centrist positions and was able to keep this seat in the Democratic column.

Arizona Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 12:17:09 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Matthew Heinz (Democratic Party)  43.3%
Martha McSally (Republican Party)  56.7% Winner
Representative Martha McSally (R) was re-elected over former State Representative Matt Heinz (D). The race had been viewed as a competitive district with Arizona's shifting demographics, but McSally solidified support in the last two months to win her seat for another two years.

California Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/21/2016 9:41:45 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ami Bera (Democratic Party)  50.6% Winner
Scott Jones (Republican Party)  49.4%
Incumbent Representative Ami Bera (D) won a close re-election after overcoming ethics accusations and his father being convicted of violating Federal election finance law. Bera was challenged by Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones (R).

California Congressional District 10
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 9:51:54 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Jeff Denham (Republican Party)  52.4% Winner
Michael Eggman (Democratic Party)  47.6%
Representative Jeff Denham (R) defeated farmer Michael Eggman (D). With national interest on this district with its large Hispanic population Denham was able to parlay his deep connections and experience representing this central California district into a victory. Denham received support from national players like Speaker Paul Ryan to win this toss up district.

California Congressional District 17
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 6:28:23 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Mike Honda (Democratic Party)  40.2%
Rohit Khanna (Democratic Party)  59.8% Winner
Rohit Khanna (D) unseated long time Representative Mike Honda (D) is this solid democratic district. Honda had been facing a tough re-election for this Silicon Valley district after coming under scrutiny for an ethics investigation of how his office used taxpayer funds. Khanna is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Department of Commerce under President Obama.

California Congressional District 20
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 9:53:55 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Casey Lucius (Republican Party)  29.4%
Jimmy Panetta (Democratic Party)  70.6% Winner
Jimmy Panetta continues his family's history of public service by winning the seat that represents the portion of California that his father, Leon Panetta, also represented in Congress in the 1980s and 1990s. The seat was made open by the retirement of Representative Sam Farr (D).

California Congressional District 21
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 9:53:23 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Emilio Huerta (Democratic Party)  41.4%
David Valadao (Republican Party)  58.6% Winner
Representative David Valadao (R) was re-elected in what had been viewed as an extremely competitive race this cycle. Valadao easily beat immigration attorney Emilio Huerta (D) for a third term in Congress.

California Congressional District 24
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 4:45:25 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Salud Carbajal (Democratic Party)  53.8% Winner
Justin Fareed (Republican Party)  46.2%
Santa Barbara County Supervisor Salud Carbajal (D) is replacing the retiring Representative Lois Capps (D) in Congress. This district remains a Democratic seat as Carbajal defeated businessman Justin Fareed, a candidate that ran a strong campaign in a heavily Democratic part of California.

California Congressional District 25
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 6:30:14 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Bryan Caforio (Democratic Party)  45.7%
Steve Knight (Republican Party)  54.3% Winner
Representative Steve Knight (R) was re-elected over Bryan Caforio (D). This race had been considered a chance for Democrats to flip a seat from red to blue, but the national election swept this toss-up seat into the Republican column re-electing Rep. Knight.

California Congressional District 49
Last Update: 11/14/2016 6:52:28 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Douglas Applegate (Democratic Party)  48.9%
Darrell Issa (Republican Party)  51.1%
A surprisingly competitive race incumbent between Representative Darrell Issa (R) and retired Marine Corps office Doug Applegate (D). This southern California district had gone from being a sure Republican seat this cycle to a highly competitive race.

California Congressional District 52
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 6:53:03 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Denise Gitsham (Republican Party)  43.5%
Scott Peters (Democratic Party)  56.5% Winner
Incumbent Representative Scott Peters (D) was re-elected over businesswoman Denis Gitsham (R) for this San Diego based seat in Congress. This district had been a target for Republicans to pick up a seat this election, but national headwinds and a strong campaign by Peters prevented the seat from switching parties.

Colorado Congressional District 03
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 11:40:15 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Gaylon Kent (Libertarian Party)  4.8%
Gail Schwartz (Democratic Party)  40.6%
Scott Tipton (Republican Party)  54.6% Winner
Incumbent Scott Tipton (R) won re-election over Gail Schwartz (D) in a seat that had drawn attention as a chance for the Democrats to pick up another seat from Colorado. Tipton will return to Congress for a fourth term.

Colorado Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 11:41:27 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Morgan Carroll (Democratic Party)  42.4%
Mike Coffman (Republican Party)  51.3% Winner
Norm Olsen (Libertarian Party)  4.9%
Robert Worthey (Green Party)  1.4%
One of the most competitive U.S. House races in the country was Colorado's 6th District. Representative Mike Coffman (R) won re-election in an extremely tight race over Morgan Carroll (D). Both parties directed a large part of their national efforts on this swing district and Coffman's win defied the odds in this Democratic leaning part of Colorado.

Florida Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 7:19:17 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Basil Dalack (Non-Partisan)  0.2%
Jon Friend (Write-In)   
Robert Kaplan (Write-In)   
Anton Khoury (Non-Partisan)  0.5%
Howard Knepper (Write-In)   
Steven Machat (Non-Partisan)  0.3%
Patrick Murphy (Democratic Party)  44.3%
Bruce Nathan (Non-Partisan)  0.6%
Bradley Patrick (Write-In)   
Marco Rubio (Republican Party)  52% Winner
Paul Stanton (Libertarian Party)  2.1%
Charles Tolbert (Write-In)   
Angela Walls-Windhauser (Write-In)   
Senator Marco Rubio (R) had initially said that if he failed to receive the Republican nomination for President that he would not run for re-election to his Senate seat. Despite this statement, Rubio decided to run for re-election during the summer and cleared the Republican field for the most part before the August primary. His main challenger was U.S. Representative Patrick Murphy (D) who had garnered most Democratic establishment support even before the August primary against fellow U.S. Representative Alan Grayson (D). Murphy was also hampered in his election efforts by low name identification and also revelations about resume embellishment and his ties to his wealthy family.

Florida Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 7:25:40 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Walter Dartland (Democratic Party)  29.9%
Neal Dunn (Republican Party)  67.3% Winner
Rob Lapham (Libertarian Party)  2.7%
Antoine Roberts (Write-In)   
Dr. Neal Dunn (R) defeated Walter Dartland (D) for the open Florida 2nd. After redistricting the Florida 2nd became a solid Republican district and incumbent Representative Gwen Graham declined to run for re-election.

Florida Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 7:11:54 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
John Mica (Republican Party)  48.6%
Stephanie Murphy (Democratic Party)  51.4% Winner
Mike Plaskon (Write-In)   
Long serving incumbent John Mica (R) was upset in a surprising early result on election night. Mica the twelve term incumbent was upset by a late entry into the contest by Stephanie Murphy (D) a businesswoman and former Department of Defense staffer. The Florida 7th was redrawn during redistricting earlier in 2016 and the safe seat Mica was familiar with shifted towards a more Democratic leaning district that was largely new to the incumbent. Mica was further hampered by the lack of a traditional campaign staff and he did not embrace new campaign technology in his race.

Florida Congressional District 13
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 4:47:29 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Charles Crist (Democratic Party)  51.9% Winner
David Jolly (Republican Party)  48.1%
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist (D) defeated incumbent Representative David Jolly (R) for his Florida Gulf Coast seat. Jolly had been put into a more competitive district by redistricting and had made a run for the U.S. Senate before deciding to run for his old House seat with the re-entry of Senator Marco Rubio into the Florida Senate race.

Florida Congressional District 18
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 7:49:06 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Marilyn Holloman (Write-In)   
Brian Mast (Republican Party)  53.7% Winner
Randy Perkins (Democratic Party)  43%
Carla Spalding (Non-Partisan)  3.3%
Army veteran Brian Mast (R) defeated businessman Randy Perkins (D). This seat was one of the easier seats for Republicans to pick up in this Republican leaning east Florida district. Incumbent Representative Patrick Murphy (D) made the 18th District an open seat with his decision to run for the U.S. Senate.

Florida Congressional District 26
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 11:59:16 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Carlos Curbelo (Republican Party)  53.0% Winner
Joe Garcia (Democratic Party)  41.2%
Jose Peixoto (Non-Partisan)  5.9%
In a tight race incumbent Representative Carlos Curbelo (R) was re-elected over former Representative Joe Garcia (D) for this district representing part of Miami and the Florida Keys.

Florida Congressional District 27
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 1:51:11 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Scott Fuhrman (Democratic Party)  45.1%
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Republican Party)  54.9% Winner
Incumbent Representative Illean Ros-Lehtinen (R) defeated Scott Fuhrman (D) in her district that had been made more competitive by the redistricting process this year.

Georgia Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 4:10:45 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
James Barksdale (Democratic Party)  40.8%
Allen Buckley (Libertarian Party)  4.2%
Michelle Gates (Write-In)   
Johnny Isakson (Republican Party)  55.1% Winner
Senator Johnny Isakson (R) was re-elected for a third term to the U.S. Senate. Despite a tough electorate year for incumbents Isakson was able to avoid a run off and win election outright during the November vote.

Illinois Senate
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/9/2016 6:52:13 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Chris Aguayo (Veterans Party of America)   
James Brown (Independent)   
L. Tammy Duckworth (Democratic Party)  54.4% Winner
Mark Kirk (Republican Party)  40.2%
Chad Koppie (Write-In)   
Kenton McMillen (Libertarian Party)  3.2%
Scott Summers (Green Party)  2.1%
U.S. Representative Tammy Duckworth (D) defeated incumbent Senator Mark Kirk. Illinois' U.S. Senate seat had been predicted to flip almost from the start of this election cycle. Illinois remains a strong blue state and the voter mix that brought Kirk to the Senate in 2010 could not be duplicated in 2016.

Illinois Congressional District 10
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 12:44:07 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Robert Dold (Republican Party)  47.5%
Joseph Kopsick (Independent)   
Bradley Schneider (Democratic Party)  52.5% Winner
Former Congressman Bradley Schneider (D) won his old seat defeating incumbent Representative Bob Dold (R). Dold and Schneider have traded this Congressional seat back and forth going back to 2010.

Illinois Congressional District 12
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/15/2016 9:48:20 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Charles Baricevic (Democratic Party)  39.7%
Mike Bost (Republican Party)  54.3% Winner
Paula Bradshaw (Green Party)  6%
Incumbent Representative Mike Bost (R) defeated two challengers to return to Congress for his second term from the Illinois 12th.

Indiana Senate
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/15/2016 9:49:31 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Evan Bayh (Democratic Party)  42.4%
Lucy Brenton (Libertarian Party)  5.5%
James Johnson (Write-In)   
Todd Young (Republican Party)  52.1% Winner
U.S. Representative Todd Young (R) defeated former U.S. Senator Evan Bayh (D). With the retirement of Senator Dan Coates (R) the Indiana senate seat was an open seat many predicted would be a solid Republican pick up. Todd Young (R) won a contested Republican primary as the more establishment candidate and seemed to be the favorite for winning the open seat. The summer entry of former Senator Evan Bayh (D) suddenly shifted the race to a lean Democratic race. In the closing weeks of the race Young was able to pull the race to close and ultimately won this seat.

Iowa Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 6:39:46 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Rodney Blum (Republican Party)  53.9% Winner
Monica Vernon (Democratic Party)  46.1%
Incumbent Representative Rodney Blum (R) was re-elected in a highly contested race that isn't reflected by the final votes. Blum was clearly helped by the top of the ballot and Trump performing well in Iowa.

Iowa Congressional District 03
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 6:43:32 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Claudia Addy (Independent)  1.6%
Joe Grandanette (Independent)  1.2%
Bryan Holder (Libertarian Party)  3.9%
Jim Mowrer (Democratic Party)  39.8%
David Young (Republican Party)  53.5% Winner
Incumbent David Young (R) defeated a crowded field to win re-election to the Iowa 3rd district.

Louisiana Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 2/8/2017 8:16:16 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Beryl Billiot (Non-Partisan)   
Charles Boustany (Republican Party)   
Foster Campbell (Democratic Party)  39.35%
Anh Joseph Cao (Republican Party)   
Thomas Clements (Libertarian Party)   
Donald Crawford (Republican Party)   
David Duke (Republican Party)   
Derrick Edwards (Democratic Party)   
Caroline Fayard (Democratic Party)   
John Fleming (Republican Party)   
LeRoy Gillam (Libertarian Party)   
Troy Hebert (Non-Partisan)   
John Kennedy (Republican Party)  60.65% Winner
Gary Landrieu (Democratic Party)   
William Lang (Independent)   
Robert Maness (Republican Party)   
Kaitlin Marone (Non-Partisan)   
Charles Marsala (Republican Party)   
Vinny Mendoza (Democratic Party)   
Abhay Patel (Republican Party)   
Joshua Pellerin (Democratic Party)   
Gregory Taylor (Independent)   
Arden Wells (Non-Partisan)   
Peter Williams (Democratic Party)   
Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy (R) defeated Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell (D) in the general election on December 10. Kennedy won the seat being vacated by Senator David Vitter (R) who is retired from the Senate after a failed run for Louisiana governor.

Maine Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 1:17:09 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Emily Cain (Democratic Party)  45.1%
Jay Dresser (Independent)   
Bruce Poliquin (Republican Party)  54.9% Winner
Incumbent representative Bruce Poliquin (R) won re-election in a tight fought race against Emily Cain (D). Poliquin first won the seat by defeating Cain in 2014. Poliquin was helped by the campaign of Donald Trump that also saw a win in getting one electoral vote out of Maine's 2nd Congressional district as well.

Maryland Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 1:14:30 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ted Athey (Independent)   
John Delaney (Democratic Party)  55.4% Winner
George Gluck (Green Party)  1.7%
Amie Hoeber (Republican Party)  40.9%
David Howser (Libertarian Party)  2.1%
Representative John Delaney (D) won re-election in his race for his western Maryland congressional district. The district stretches from suburban Washington, D.C. to the western edge of the state. This mostly rural district trended towards Trump outside its suburban core population, but the heavily populated suburbs went for Delaney giving him another term in Congress.

Minnesota Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/15/2016 12:14:16 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Angela Craig (Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party)  45.2%
Jason Lewis (Republican Party)  47.0% Winner
Paula Overby (Independence Party)  7.8%
Andrew Willmert (Write-In)   
Radio host Jason Lewis (R) won a close election over Angela Craig (D). This suburban Twin Cities district had been represented by John Kline (R) until he announced last year that he would not seek re-election. Kline had supported Lewis' primary opponent, but did endorse Lewis for the general election. This race was considered a pick-up opportunity for the Democrats.

Minnesota Congressional District 07
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 6:36:03 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
David Hughes (Republican Party)  47.6%
Collin Peterson (Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party)  52.4% Winner
Incumbent Collin Peterson (D) is one of the last Blue Dog Democrats in the United States Congress. His long service representing this rural western Minnesota district has enabled him to survive yet another election that saw his district be a top target of national Republican efforts.

Minnesota Congressional District 08
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 6:48:25 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Stewart Mills (Republican Party)  49.7%
Rick Nolan (Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party)  50.3% Winner
Incumbent Representative Rick Nolan (D) was able to hold off a very competitive challenge from Stewart Mills (R). This district has been impacted by a downturn in the mining and energy industry in the state and favored Trump which helped put this seat into the toss up column. Despite Trump's strong performance in this district it could not unseat the incumbent Nolan.

Missouri Senate
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/15/2016 1:56:37 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Roy Blunt (Republican Party)  49.4% Winner
Jonathan Dine (Libertarian Party)  2.4%
Jason Kander (Democratic Party)  46.2%
Johnathan McFarland (Green Party)  1.1%
Fred Ryman (Constitution Party)  0.9%
Incumbent Senator Roy Blunt survived a close election in Missouri. Blunt was challenged by Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander (D). Blunt under-performed Republican nominee Donald Trump and faced criticism for his length of service in public office.

Nebraska Congressional District 02
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/15/2016 3:12:23 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Brad Ashford (Democratic Party)  47.3%
Don Bacon (Republican Party)  49.4% Winner
Steven Laird (Libertarian Party)  3.3%
Retired Air Force General Don Bacon (R) unseated incumbent Representative Brad Ashford (D). This swing district had been a major target for national Republican efforts with the district being rated Republican leaning. Rep. Ashford had run a strong campaign and received the endorsement of groups such as NFIB, BIPAC Action Fund, and the U.S. Chamber. In the end a Republican wave and Bacon's strong ties to the Omaha military community helped switch this seat from blue to red.

Nevada Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 9:05:06 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Catherine Cortez-Masto (Democratic Party)  47.1% Winner
Tony Gumina (Independent)  1%
Joe Heck (Republican Party)  44.7%
Tom Jones (Independent American Party)  1.5%
Thomas Sawyer (Independent)  1.3%
Jarrod Williams (Independent)  0.6%
Former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto (D) defeated United States Representative Joe Heck (R) for the open Senate seat of the retiring Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D). This was considered to be the only real shot that Republicans had of picking up a seat from Democrats in the Senate this cycle. This race was highly contested by both parties and over $100 million total was spent by both campaigns and outside groups on the race. Polling had shown this race leaning towards Heck, but the advantage of a Democratic sweep in the state and Reid's organization put Cortez Masto on top. Cortez Masto is the first Latina elected to the U.S. Senate.

Nevada Congressional District 03
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 9:07:48 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
David Goossen (Independent)  3.1%
Warren Markowitz (Independent American Party)  3.7%
Jacklyn Rosen (Democratic Party)  47.2% Winner
Danny Tarkanian (Republican Party)  46%
Jacklyn Rosen (D) a Las Vegas community leader defeated Danny Tarkanian (R) for the open seat vacated by incumbent U.S. Representative Joe Heck's decision to run for the U.S. Senate. Rosen was a beneficiary of U.S. Senator Harry Reid's organization in terms of both financial support and field operations. This district does not tilt wildly one way or the other and the close election results of 2016 prove that to be very true.

Nevada Congressional District 04
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 9:09:30 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Steven Brown (Libertarian Party)  3.8%
Cresent Hardy (Republican Party)  44.5%
Ruben Kihuen (Democratic Party)  48.5% Winner
Michael Little (Independent American Party)  3.1%
State senator Ruben Kihuen (D) unseated incumbent U.S. Representative Cresent Hardy (R). Hardy had won the seat during midterms and was facing an uphill climb in this Democratic leaning district during a Presidential election year. Kihuen was helped not only by the demographics of the district, but also an election cycle that saw Democrats do very well in Nevada up and down the ballot.

New Hampshire Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/15/2016 3:28:48 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Kelly Ayotte (Republican Party)  47.9%
Brian Chabot (Libertarian Party)  1.8%
Aaron Day (Independent)  2.4%
Maggie Hassan (Democratic Party)  48.0% Winner
John Riggieri (Independent)   
New Hampshire has been called by the Secretary of State in New Hampshire declaring Governor Maggie Hassan (D) the winner. Incumbent Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) conceded the race to Hassan. This had been one of the most contested Senate seats in not only this election cycle, but in history. The seat is only one of two pick ups that Democrats made in a year that they were favored to win the Senate majority. New Hampshire continued its electoral history of not only voting a single ticket for President and Senate, but also for voting out incumbents.

New Hampshire Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/15/2016 3:59:19 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Frank Guinta (Republican Party)  42.9%
Brendan Kelly (Independent)  1.7%
Robert Lombardo (Libertarian Party)  1.9%
Shawn O'Connor (Independent)  9.5%
Carol Shea-Porter (Democratic Party)  44.2% Winner
Former Representative Carol Shea-Porter won back her old seat after defeating incumbent Representative Frank Guinta (R). Guinta survived a close primary, but ultimately could not overcome a Democratic slant in New Hampshire this year to win re-election. Throughout this election year Guinta's campaign was fighting back against ethics allegations that had come from his 2014 election.

New York Congressional District 01
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 9:36:08 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
David Calone (Independence Party)   
Kenneth Schaeffer (Working Families Party)   
Anna Throne-Holst (Democratic Party)  41%
Lee Zeldin (Republican Party)  59% Winner
Incumbent Representative Lee Zeldin (R) was re-elected to a second term in Congress. Zeldin won an overwhelming victory in this district that many had thought would be a competitive district this cycle. Donald Trump's strong performance in this district helped Zeldin, who was an early Trump supporter, out perform in a district that is only slightly favorable to Republicans.

New York Congressional District 21
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 11:14:43 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
William Derrick (Democratic Party)  29.3%
Matthew Funiciello (Green Party)  4.6%
Elise Stefanik (Republican Party)  66.1% Winner
Incumbent Representative Elise Stefanik (R) was re-elected to her Congressional seat and should now move her district from the list of competitive districts for 2018 with her resounding win.

New York Congressional District 22
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 11:19:47 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Martin Babinec (Reform Party)  12.8%
Kim Myers (Democratic Party)  40.4%
Claudia Tenney (Republican Party)  47% Winner
The retirement of incumbent Representative Richard Hanna (R) left his upstate New York seat open. New York State Assembly member Claudia Tenney (R) won the election for this open seat. This race was supposed to feature a strong third party showing, but businessman Martin Babinec (i) did not collect enough votes to be near either major party nominee.

New York Congressional District 24
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 11:16:49 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Colleen Deacon (Democratic Party)  39%
John Katko (Republican Party)  61% Winner
Mimi Satter (Working Families Party)   
Incumbent Representative John Katko (R) won re-election to a second term and showed the strength of not only his campaign, but also the campaign of Donald Trump in upstate New York.

Pennsylvania Senate
Percent Reporting: 99    Last Update: 11/16/2016 1:46:57 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Solange Chadda (Independent)   
Edward Clifford (Libertarian Party)  3.9%
Kathleen McGinty (Democratic Party)  47.2%
Pat Toomey (Republican Party)  48.9% Winner
Incumbent Senator Pat Toomey (R) was re-elected to a second term over Katie McGinty (D). Toomey won by about 100,000 votes in one of the most contested Senate races this cycle. Many Democrats had viewed Pennsylvania as an important pickup for them in a state that traditional voted Democratic in Presidential years. Toomey benefited from Trump's voter turnout in rural and western Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Congressional District 06
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 2:22:09 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ryan Costello (Republican Party)  57.3% Winner
Michael Parrish (Democratic Party)  42.7%

Pennsylvania Congressional District 08
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 1:53:34 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Brian Fitzpatrick (Republican Party)  54.5% Winner
Eli Sadoff (Write-In)   
Steven Santarsiero (Democratic Party)  45.5%
Former FBI agent Brian Fitzpatrick (R) defeated Pennsylvania state representative Steve Santarsiero (D) to win the open Pennsylvania 8th District. Fitzpatrick replaces his brother Michael Fitzpatrick (R) who had pledged to abide my a self imposed term limit. This district had been a target for Democrats, but Fitzpatrick was carried by a large Republican turnout to outperform in this toss up district.

Pennsylvania Congressional District 16
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/16/2016 2:00:36 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Christina Hartman (Democratic Party)  42.7%
Shawn House (Libertarian Party)  3.3%
Lloyd Smucker (Republican Party)  53.9% Winner
With the retirement of incumbent Representative Joe Pitts (R) the Pennsylvania 16th became an open seat for the 2016 election. State senator Lloyd Smucker (R) won the election for the open seat over Christina Hartman (D). Polling had shown this race to be close, but Smucker ultimately won by over 10%.

Texas Congressional District 23
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/14/2016 2:02:05 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Ruben Corvalan (Libertarian Party)  4.7%
Pete Gallego (Democratic Party)  46.8%
Will Hurd (Republican Party)  48.5% Winner
Representative Will Hurd (R) wins re-election in this highly competitive west Texas district.

Virginia Congressional District 10
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 5:54:54 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
LuAnn Bennett (Democratic Party)  47.2%
Barbara Comstock (Republican Party)  52.8% Winner
Incumbent Representative Barbara Comstock (R) won her second term to the United States House of Representatives. Comstock was challenged by LuAnn Bennett (D) a northern Virginian businesswoman. Both national parties targeted this race in the closing weeks with millions in ads. The Virginia 10th District was considered a Republican district that was turning to a Democratic district. The large margin of Comstock's victory speaks differently.

Wisconsin Senate
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/10/2016 12:29:48 PM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Phillip Anderson (Libertarian Party)  3.0%
Russell Feingold (Democratic Party)  46.8%
Ron Johnson (Republican Party)  50.2% Winner
Incumbent Senator Ron Johnson (R) defeated former Senator Russ Feingold (D). Johnson had worked his way back in the closing days to make the race more competitive, but his campaign had trailed in both the polls and fundraising for most of the election cycle and made a comeback a difficult prospect for the incumbent. In the end the last push by the Johnson campaign worked and defied the political polling.

Wisconsin Congressional District 08
Percent Reporting: 100    Last Update: 11/9/2016 4:51:41 AM

Candidate NamePercent Vote ReceivedWinner
Michael Gallagher (Republican Party)  62.7% Winner
Tom Nelson (Democratic Party)  37.3%
Retired Marine officer Mike Gallagher (R) defeated Tom Nelson (D) for the open seat of the Wisconsin 8th District. Gallagher replaces the retiring Representative Reid Ribble (R).

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