Wisconsin Election Results

Governor Evers wins
100% of votes in
Att. General Kaul wins
>95% of votes in

U.S. Senate

Senator Ron Johnson, a conservative, is his chamber’s most endangered Republican incumbent. He faces Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, whom Democrats have promoted as one of the party’s rising leaders.

Latest results from Nov. 30
Vote totals certified

U.S. Senate race called.

U.S. Senate
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Ron Johnsonincumbent Winner
Republican Rep. 1,337,185 50.5%
Mandela Barnes
Democrat Dem. 1,310,467 49.5
Total reported
2,647,652

*Incumbent

Governor

Tim Michels, a Trump-backed Republican, is challenging Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, in a general election that will shape voting access in the state. Mr. Evers has vetoed over a dozen Republican-passed bills to change the state’s voting laws.

Latest results from Nov. 30
Vote totals certified

Governor race called.

Governor
Candidate Party Votes Percent
Tony Eversincumbent Winner
Democrat Dem. 1,358,774 51.2%
Tim Michels
Republican Rep. 1,268,535 47.8
Joan Ellis Beglinger
Independent Ind. 27,198 1.0
Total reported
2,654,507

*Incumbent

U.S. House

State Legislature

Trifecta status

Tracking state government party control in Wisconsin

Governor
democrat
State Senate
republican
State Assembly
republican

State Senate

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11 Dem.

22 Rep.

State Senate
District Dist. Candidates Candidates Percent of votes in
1
Jacqueincumbent Republican 60%
Winner
Gage-Michaels Democrat 40%
>95%
3
Carpenterincumbent Democrat 69%
Winner
Sanchez Republican 31%
>95%
5
Hutton Republican 53%
Winner
Katzenmeyer Democrat 47%
>95%
7
Larsonincumbent Democrat 67%
Winner
Gilbert Republican 33%
>95%
9
LeMahieuincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
11
Nassincumbent Republican 58%
Winner
Doelder Democrat 42%
>95%
13
Jaglerincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
15
Spreitzer Democrat 61%
Winner
Trofimchuck Republican 39%
>95%
17
Markleinincumbent Republican 60%
Winner
Skogen Democrat 40%
>95%
19
Cabral-Guevara Republican 54%
Winner
Alfheim Democrat 46%
>95%
21
Wanggaardincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
23
James Republican
Winner
Uncontested
25
Quinn Republican 57%
Winner
Westlund Democrat 43%
>95%
27
Hesselbein Democrat 68%
Winner
Relph Republican 32%
>95%
29
Tomczyk Republican 62%
Winner
Look Democrat 38%
>95%
31
Smithincumbent Democrat 50.5%
Winner
Estenson Republican 49.5%
>95%
33
Kapengaincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested

*Incumbent

State Assembly

0 0

35 Dem.

64 Rep.

State Assembly
District Dist. Candidates Candidates Percent of votes in
1
Kitchensincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Thelen Democrat 37%
>95%
2
Sortwellincumbent Republican 59%
Winner
Gasch Democrat 41%
>95%
3
Tuslerincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
4
Steffenincumbent Republican 56%
Winner
Teague Democrat 44%
>95%
5
Goeben Republican 60%
Winner
Van Deurzen Democrat 40%
>95%
6
Schmidt Republican 66%
Winner
Switalla Democrat 34%
>95%
7
Riemerincumbent Democrat 62%
Winner
Marshall Republican 38%
>95%
8
Ortiz-Velezincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
9
Cabreraincumbent Democrat 72%
Winner
Antczak Republican 28%
>95%
10
Madison Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
11
Drakeincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
12
Myersincumbent Democrat 79%
Winner
Canady Republican 21%
>95%
13
Michalski Republican 56%
Winner
Harrison Democrat 44%
>95%
14
Viningincumbent Democrat 63%
Winner
Turner Republican 37%
>95%
15
Maxey Republican
Winner
Uncontested
16
Haywoodincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
17
Moore Omokundeincumbent Democrat 84%
Winner
Eisenbach Republican 16%
>95%
18
Goykeincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
19
Clancy Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
20
Sinickiincumbent Democrat 66%
Winner
Hermann Republican 34%
>95%
21
Rodriguezincumbent Republican 54%
Winner
Jurowski Democrat 46%
>95%
22
Brandtjenincumbent Republican 65%
Winner
Brown Democrat 35%
>95%
23
Andracaincumbent Democrat 63%
Winner
Nath Republican 37%
>95%
24
Knodlincumbent Republican 61%
Winner
Tatterson Democrat 39%
>95%
25
Tittlincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
26
Katsmaincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Salgado Democrat 37%
>95%
27
Binsfeld Republican 65%
Winner
Gerlach Independent 35%
>95%
28
Magnaficiincumbent Republican 62%
Winner
Schachtner Democrat 38%
>95%
29
Mosesincumbent Republican 60%
Winner
Johnson Democrat 40%
>95%
30
Zimmermanincumbent Republican 59%
Winner
Yacoub Democrat 41%
>95%
31
Schutt Republican 59%
Winner
Brown Democrat 41%
>95%
32
Augustincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Jaramillo Democrat 37%
>95%
33
Johnson Republican 50.5%
Winner
Vruwinkincumbent Democrat 49.5%
>95%
34
Swearingenincumbent Republican 62%
Winner
Daniel Democrat 38%
>95%
35
Callahanincumbent Republican 70%
Winner
Frederick Independent 30%
>95%
36
Mursauincumbent Republican 70%
Winner
Murray Democrat 30%
>95%
37
Pentermanincumbent Republican 56%
Winner
McCarville Democrat 44%
>95%
38
Dittrichincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
39
Bornincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
40
Petersenincumbent Republican 75%
Winner
Fries Independent 25%
>95%
41
Dallmanincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
42
Plumerincumbent Republican 60%
Winner
Valencia Democrat 40%
>95%
43
Jacobson Democrat 62%
Winner
Voelkel Republican 38%
>95%
44
Conleyincumbent Democrat 62%
Winner
Zimmerman Republican 38%
>95%
45
Anderson Democrat 56%
Winner
Klett Republican 44%
>95%
46
Ratcliff Democrat 70%
Winner
McKinney Republican 30%
>95%
47
Andersonincumbent Democrat 80%
Winner
Newsom Republican 20%
>95%
48
Baldehincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
49
Tranelincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Parrott Democrat 37%
>95%
50
Kurtzincumbent Republican 65%
Winner
Leuth Democrat 35%
>95%
51
Novakincumbent Republican 56%
Winner
Spicer Democrat 44%
>95%
52
O’Connor Republican 62%
Winner
Lavrenz Democrat 38%
>95%
53
Schraaincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
54
Palmeri Democrat 54%
Winner
Herman Republican 46%
>95%
55
Gustafson Republican 55%
Winner
Holt Democrat 45%
>95%
56
Murphyincumbent Republican 59%
Winner
Hayden Democrat 41%
>95%
57
Snodgrassincumbent Democrat 59%
Winner
Fox Republican 41%
>95%
58
Gundrumincumbent Republican 70%
Winner
Rzeszutek Democrat 30%
>95%
59
Bodden Republican
Winner
Uncontested
60
Brooksincumbent Republican 65%
Winner
Larsen Democrat 35%
>95%
61
Nedweski Republican 64%
Winner
Winkels Democrat 36%
>95%
62
Wittkeincumbent Republican 61%
Winner
Hammes Democrat 39%
>95%
63
Vosincumbent Republican 73%
Winner
Total Write-Ins 27%
>95%
64
McGuireincumbent Democrat 57%
Winner
Hibsch Republican 43%
>95%
65
Ohnstadincumbent Democrat 62%
Winner
Petrick Republican 38%
>95%
66
Neubauerincumbent Democrat 77%
Winner
Hutton Libertarian 23%
>95%
67
Summerfieldincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Bennett Democrat 37%
>95%
68
Hurd Republican 61%
Winner
Otto Democrat 39%
>95%
69
Rozarincumbent Republican 64%
Winner
Boero Democrat 36%
>95%
70
VanderMeerincumbent Republican 66%
Winner
Gomez Democrat 34%
>95%
71
Shanklandincumbent Democrat 57%
Winner
Soik Republican 43%
>95%
72
Krugincumbent Republican 62%
Winner
Greening Democrat 38%
>95%
73
Sapik Republican 51%
Winner
Gapske Democrat 49%
>95%
74
Green Republican 53%
Winner
Adams Democrat 47%
>95%
75
Armstrongincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
76
Hongincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
77
Stubbsincumbent Democrat
Winner
Uncontested
78
Subeckincumbent Democrat 82%
Winner
Neuhaus Republican 18%
>95%
79
Joers Democrat 74%
Winner
Fueger Republican 26%
>95%
80
Bare Democrat 70%
Winner
Luginbuhl Republican 30%
>95%
81
Considineincumbent Democrat 59%
Winner
Benish Republican 41%
>95%
82
Wichgersincumbent Republican 57%
Winner
Davis Democrat 43%
>95%
83
Rettinger Republican 79%
Winner
Self Independent 21%
>95%
84
Donovan Republican 51%
Winner
Bird Democrat 49%
>95%
85
Snyderincumbent Republican 56%
Winner
Conway Democrat 44%
>95%
86
Spirosincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
87
Edmingincumbent Republican 70%
Winner
Riley Democrat 30%
>95%
88
Maccoincumbent Republican 58%
Winner
Beauchamp-Pope Democrat 42%
>95%
89
Behnkeincumbent Republican 64%
Winner
Benson Democrat 36%
>95%
90
Sheltonincumbent Democrat 59%
Winner
Behnke Republican 41%
>95%
91
Emersonincumbent Democrat 65%
Winner
Stanley Republican 35%
>95%
92
Pronschinskeincumbent Republican 63%
Winner
Bamonti Democrat 37%
>95%
93
Petrykincumbent Republican 60%
Winner
Page Democrat 40%
>95%
94
Doyleincumbent Democrat 51%
Winner
Huebsch Republican 49%
>95%
95
Billingsincumbent Democrat 67%
Winner
Woodard Republican 33%
>95%
96
Oldenburgincumbent Republican 59%
Winner
Swiggum Democrat 41%
>95%
97
Allenincumbent Republican
Winner
Uncontested
98
Neylonincumbent Republican 59%
Winner
Barry Democrat 41%
>95%
99
Duchowincumbent Republican 70%
Winner
Dahms Democrat 30%
>95%

*Incumbent

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Analyzing the vote

Your guide to the midterm results, from Times reporters

  • Key races ›

    Democrats secure “trifectas” in many competitive states

    Democrats held onto or gained “trifectas” in a number of states and fended off Republican supermajorities in others. Taking control of the governorship and both legislative chambers in these states could ease Democrats’ ability to pass legislation on an array of issues. Read more › — Andrew Fischer Nov. 17, 2022

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  • Arizona Governor ›

    In Arizona governor’s race, post-election ballot tallies narrow the margin

    The gap between the candidates for Arizona governor narrowed considerably after Nov. 8 as late absentee ballots were tallied, including ones dropped off on Election Day. These ballots, which in 2020 favored Trump, were not enough to tilt the election in favor of the Republican candidate Kari Lake. — Christine Zhang Nov. 14, 2022

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  • Senate analysis ›

    Where Senate Candidates Outperformed Biden and Trump

    With Senator Cortez Masto’s victory in Nevada, Democrats will retain Senate control, even if Republicans win a run-off election in Georgia. While Tuesday’s election represented a strong performance by a first-term president’s party, the individual showings of Senate candidates varied widely. Read more › — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 14, 2022

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  • U.S. House ›

    Candidates with ties to QAnon conspiracy theory lose ground

    Three Republican House candidates who have supported QAnon underperformed compared with Trump, despite most House Republicans outperforming the former president. Lauren Boebert, incumbent in Colorado’s 3rd district, is in an unexpectedly close race in what was considered a safe Republican district. — Albert Sun Nov. 10, 2022

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  • Georgia Senate ›

    Where Walker received less of the vote than Kemp

    More than 200,000 Georgia voters cast ballots for Brian Kemp, Republican candidate for governor, but did not vote for Herschel Walker in the Senate race. Compared to Kemp’s reported votes, Walker’s fell short in every county, but especially in the Atlanta area and its suburbs. — Jason Kao Nov. 10, 2022

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  • Mich. Proposal 3 ›

    Where Michiganders supported abortion rights and a Republican for governor

    Support for the abortion proposal was stronger than support for reelected Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, in 76 of the state’s 83 counties. Eight counties that voted Yes on the proposal also voted for the Republican candidate for governor, Tudor Dixon. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 10, 2022

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  • Path to 218 ›

    Tracking the remaining House races

    As of noon Eastern time, Democrats have won 190 House seats, Republicans have won 208, and 37 are still undecided. If Republicans win all of the races where they are currently leading by two points or more, they’ll take control of the House. Follow along here › — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 10, 2022

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  • Texas Governor ›

    Greg Abbott wins in Texas, but still lagged in Hispanic counties

    In Texas, majority-Hispanic counties also swung to the right, but to a much lesser degree than in Florida. Voters in these counties overall continued to support the Democratic candidate for governor, Beto O’Rourke. — Albert Sun Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Florida Governor ›

    DeSantis made large gains in Hispanic counties

    Majority-Hispanic counties in Florida voted to reelect Gov. Ron DeSantis over Democratic opponent Charlie Crist by a margin of 11 percentage points. These same counties favored Biden over Trump in 2020 by a margin of 8 percentage points — a whopping 19-point swing. — Albert Sun Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Drug policy ›

    Mixed success for marijuana ballot measures

    Maryland and Missouri voted to legalize recreational marijuana for people 21 and older, while voters in Arkansas, North Dakota and South Dakota rejected similar measures. In Colorado, a measure to decriminalize certain psychedelics is close but yet to be decided. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Abortion access ›

    Where the midterms mattered most for abortion access

    Voters in three states enshrined lasting protections for abortion rights in their state Constitutions. In two states, shifts in state power could lead to new restrictions. In Ariz., Mont., Neb. and Pa., competitive state races with consequences for abortion remain too close to call. Read more › — NYT Graphics Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Pennsylvania elections ›

    Four Pennsylvania counties split their tickets

    John Fetterman, the Democratic candidate for Senate, won by a smaller margin than Josh Shapiro, the Democratic candidate for governor. Four counties — all of which supported Trump in 2020 — voted for Shapiro but chose Dr. Oz, the Republican, for the Senate. — Ruth Igielnik Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Michigan elections ›

    In Michigan’s national and state-level races, Democrats triumph

    Democratic House candidates outperformed Biden in several Michigan districts, bucking a rightward trend and maintaining seven of their seats. Democrats also won the Governor’s office, State Senate, and appear poised to take the State Assembly, and voters affirmed abortion rights in the state. — Albert Sun Nov. 9, 2022

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  • U.S. House ›

    New York could be an important key in pathway to Republican control of House

    House districts rated as tossups have been called mostly in favor of Democrats so far, with one state as a glaring exception: New York. Republicans have won in four of five New York tossup seats, and the Republican candidate is ahead in the fifth. — Lauren Leatherby Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Election deniers ›

    Which 2020 election deniers and skeptics won

    More than 210 Republicans who questioned the 2020 election have won seats in the U.S. House and Senate and in state races for governor, secretary of state and attorney general, according to results as of 12 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday. Here’s who won › — NYT Graphics Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Georgia Governor ›

    In Georgia, a tale of two races

    While the race for Georgia’s senate seat remains extremely tight, the Governor’s race was decided last night. Brian Kemp gained more votes compared to Trump in 2020 all across Georgia, beating Stacey Abrams by a more than seven-point margin. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Ohio Senate ›

    Vance carries Ohio Senate amidst statewide left swing

    J.D. Vance won Ohio handily even as almost every part of the state voted more for Democrats than they did in 2020. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Nevada Senate ›

    Nevada’s urban counties could tighten race

    Cortez Masto is behind in Nevada at the moment, but there are a lot of votes left in Clark and Washoe, counties home to the state's largest cities. The remaining vote there could tighten the race as it is counted. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 9, 2022

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  • U.S. Senate ›

    Three key Senate races to watch

    The Senate races in Georgia, Nevada and Arizona are very tight, and vote counting is expected to drag into the week. The outcomes of the races in these three states will decide the balance of power in the Senate. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Texas Governor ›

    Despite defeat, O’Rourke maintained support along the border

    The feared Democratic collapse along the Rio Grande didn’t materialize. Beto O’Rourke performed better than expected in these majority-Hispanic counties. — Nate Cohn Nov. 9, 2022

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  • U.S. Senate ›

    What each party needs to win control of the Senate

    Democrats and Republicans each need to win three more competitive Senate seats to win control of the chamber (in addition to the races they are expected to win most easily). Here’s the state of the closest races: — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 9, 2022

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  • Pennsylvania Senate ›

    Fetterman ahead in counties finished counting

    With more counties nearly finished counting, things keep looking better for Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. He’s outperforming Biden across the state and is currently up 8 points in counties that were the closest in 2020. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 9, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at midnight Eastern in two states

    Alaska has competitive races for both the Senate and the House, neither of which is a straightforward Democrat-versus-Republican affair. Don’t expect quick results in either race; officials in Alaska won’t finish counting absentee ballots for about two weeks. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Florida Governor ›

    How Majority-Hispanic counties voted in Florida

    Gov. DeSantis outperformed Trump in Florida in every county that has nearly finished counting votes. While the three majority-Hispanic counties — Hendry, Miami-Dade and Osceola — shifted the most, Latino turnout tends to drop more in the midterms compared with other groups. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Arizona Senate ›

    Arizona’s Senate race looks like a tossup

    The early vote in Arizona has been strong for Democrat Mark Kelly, but we expect a good portion of the in-person and late-counted mail vote to favor Blake Masters. It could be awhile before all votes are counted. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 11 p.m. Eastern in two states

    In Washington State, Senator Patty Murray is facing a strong Republican challenge, though she remains favored to win. Aside from that, the main action at this hour will be in the House, with a close race in Washington’s 8th District and at least half a dozen in California. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Wisconsin Senate ›

    Wisconsin is leaning toward Johnson

    It’s still early in Wisconsin, but it looks close. In the counties where most of the vote is in, Senator Ron Johnson is running ahead of Trump. — Nate Cohn Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Kentucky Amendment 2 ›

    Kentuckians appear to rebuke restrictive abortion amendment

    Kentucky, a solidly red state, reelected Rand Paul to the Senate. But so far, voters are rejecting an effort to deny abortion rights. However the state already bans abortions, and that is unlikely to change. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Pennsylvania Senate ›

    Early returns favor Fetterman

    It’s still early, but Fetterman is running ahead of Biden in five Pennsylvania counties that have reported nearly all of their votes. — Nate Cohn Nov. 8, 2022

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  • The Needle ›

    How to read The Needle charts

    These charts show how the reported vote margin (the dashed line) compares with our estimated final margin (the solid line, surrounded by bands of uncertainty) over time. When reported data comes in that is not what we expected, our model will update and incorporate this new data. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Virginia 7th District ›

    Fast counting in rural Virginia counties boosts Republican candidate

    Rural counties in Virginia’s 7th district are counting votes more quickly than its most populous and left-leaning county, Prince William. It’s giving Yesli Vega, the Republican candidate, an edge over incumbent Abigail Spanberger, though this could be temporary. Here’s where we think votes remain. — Kennedy Elliott Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 10 p.m. Eastern in five states

    Nevada is the last big swing state of the day, and virtually everything is up for grabs: The races for Senate, three House seats, governor and secretary of state. There is also an unexpectedly competitive Senate race in Utah between Senator Mike Lee, a Republican, and Evan McMullin, an independent. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Florida Governor ›

    Shift to the right in Florida

    The shift to the right has been dramatic among counties in Florida reporting nearly all their votes. Eight of those counties that voted for Biden in 2020 shifted 16 points to the right in the race for governor, and 12 points in the Senate race. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 9 p.m. Eastern in 10 states

    Arizona has multiple races featuring Republicans who have questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 election. In Wisconsin, Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican, is up for re-election against Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, and there is a close contest for governor. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Ohio Senate ›

    Another state with misleading early returns: Ohio

    Democrat Tim Ryan leads Republican J.D. Vance in the returns, but almost all of the results are early votes, which we expect to disproportionately favor Democrats. Here’s where we think votes remain. — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Georgia Senate ›

    Why early results may be misleading in Georgia

    Senator Raphael Warnock is out with an early lead in Georgia, but it could all be just a mirage. Most of the vote reporting so far is early, and Democrats are expected to win those votes by a large margin. — Nate Cohn Nov. 8, 2022

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  • The Needle ›

    The NYT Needle is live

    The Times’s election forecast is now running. We use early returns and polling data to estimate in real time the outcome of the elections for Senate and House control. Here’s how it works › — Nate Cohn Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 8 p.m. Eastern in 19 states and D.C.

    Pennsylvania is home to a close Senate race between Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, a Democrat, and Dr. Mehmet Oz, a Republican. Michiganders are voting on abortion rights. And Kansas’ Democratic governor, Laura Kelly, is in a tight re-election race, as is Gov. Janet Mills of Maine. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 7:30 p.m. Eastern in three states

    Republicans are favored to win the open Senate races in North Carolina and Ohio, but if Democrats have a better-than-expected day, these are two places we might see evidence of it. We’ll also be watching competitive House races in N.C.-13 and Ohio-9. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Florida Governor ›

    Early vote in Miami shows Republican strength

    Gov. Ron DeSantis winning the early vote in Miami-Dade County — which voted for Hillary Clinton by +29 points just six years ago — is yet another sign of growing Republican strength among Hispanic voters. — Nate Cohn Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls close at 7 p.m. Eastern in six states

    The Georgia Senate race, which could go to a Dec. 6 runoff, could determine which party controls the chamber. In Virginia, the performances of Democratic incumbents in the 2nd and 7th districts may offer early indications of how the party will fare in House races overall. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • U.S. House ›

    What’s at stake in the House

    Republicans must win just 19 competitive seats to retake majority control from the Democrats. To retain control of the House, Democrats must win 46 of these seats (after accounting for the races the parties are expected to win most easily). — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    First polls close at 6 p.m. Eastern in Kentucky and Indiana

    In Kentucky, voters will decide whether to approve a constitutional amendment that would effectively ensure the implementation of a near-total abortion ban. In Indiana, a House race in the 1st district leans Democratic, but, if the seat were to flip, it could be an early sign of a red wave. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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  • U.S. Senate ›

    What’s at stake in the Senate

    If Democrats hold onto two seats leaning their way, they will need to win three additional tossup seats to maintain control of the Senate. Republicans would need just two tossup seats beyond what they are favored to win. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Results timing ›

    Results in key Senate races could take awhile

    Six of the eight most competitive Senate races are in states that did not call a winner in the presidential race until after election night: Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. What we expect this year › — Alicia Parlapiano Nov. 8, 2022

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  • Early returns

    Be wary of ‘mirages’ on election night

    Because of the order in which different types of ballots are counted, early returns can be misleading. In 2020, Virginia’s early vote for president favored Republicans, while Pennsylvania’s skewed toward Democrats. These “mirages” show that vote margins early in the night can change significantly. — Lazaro Gamio Nov. 8, 2022

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  • When polls close ›

    Polls in most states will close by 9 p.m. Eastern

    Results will begin coming in at 6 p.m. Eastern as the first polls close in Indiana and Kentucky, but the pace will really pick up with a slew of closings at 7 and 8. By 9 p.m., the polls will have closed in a majority of states. — Maggie Astor Nov. 8, 2022

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About this data Demographic data are based on the U.S. Census Bureau 2016–2020 American Community Survey five-year estimates and provided by SocialExplorer.com. The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) Urban-Rural Classification Scheme for Counties was used to group counties by size. Historical election results are from The Associated Press and from the Voting and Election Science Team, which analyzed precinct results to determine the 2020 presidential vote for 2022 House districts. “Most competitive” counties represent those in which Trump or Biden won by 5 points or less in 2020.