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Libertarians Win Numerous Local Races Building the Momentum for Liberty

Libertarians Win Numerous Local Races Building the Momentum for Liberty

★ Starred/Emboldened = Winner

Note: These results are neither certified as final nor official. We apologize for any typographical, transpositional or mathematical errors that are nearly inevitable in a list of more than 500 races.

Frank Dillman, Macon Co. Comm. Chair, 14.0%, 2-Way

Scott Kohlhaas, State House 16, 7.9%, 3-Way

Brian Leach, Sebastian Co. Justice of the Peace Dist. 13, 26.4%, 2-Way

Bryan Aguiar, Benton Co. Constable Twnshp. 1, 35.5%, 2-Way

David Humphrey, Benton Co. Constable Twnshp. 5, 22.7%, 2-Way

Frank Gilbert, US House 4, 2.8%, 3-Way

Judy Bowers, State House 22, 25.0%, 2-Way

Kevin Vornheder, State House 100, 21.0%, 2-Way

Lee Evans, Crawford Co. Justice of the Peace Dist. 1, 17.7%, 2-Way

Michael Kalagias, US House 3, 3.9%, 3-Way

Ricky Dale Harrington Jr, US Senate, 33.4%, 2-Way

Stephen Edwards, State House 77, 32.4%, 2-Way

Wayne Willems, State House 15, 15.1%, 2-Way

William Whitfield Hyman, Sebastian Co. Justice of the Peace D7, 34.7%, 3-Way

Zach Mulson, Sebastian Co. Justice of the Peace Dist. 11, 40.6%, 2-Way

Azadeh Weber, Saratoga Union School Dist. Board of Trustees, 15.9%, 5-Way

★ Brian Holtz, Purissima Hills Water Dist. Board President, Unknown

★ Bob Karwin, Menifee City Council Dist. 1, 58.9%, 2-Way

Jamie Dluzak, State Senate 9, 10.7%, 2-Way

★ Kalish Morrow, Hanford City Council, 43.8%, 3-Way

★ Kate O’Brien, Rancho Simi Rec. and Park Dist. Board, 21.1%, 4-Way

Michael Noguera, Atwater City Council, 42.6%, 2-Way

Ricky Estrada, Menifee Mayor, 27.4%, 3-Way

Samuel Ulloa, Rancho Santiago Comm. College Dist. Trustee Area 5, 15.1%, 3-Way

Scott Schmidt, Los Rios Comm. College Dist. Trustee Area 7, 35.8%, 2-Way

★ Wendy Hewitt, Calimesa City Council, 27.3%, 4-Way

Adam Shuknecht, State House 53, 24.6%, 2-Way

Alan Hayman, State Board of Education Dist. 1, 2.6%, 4-Way

Amara Hildebrand, State House 28, 5.5%, 3-Way

Bonnie Davis, Chaffee Co. Comm. Dist. 1, 3.5%, 3-Way

Bonnie Pyle, State House 39, 3.0%, 3-Way

Brian Meyer, State House 44, 2.9%, 3-Way

Bruce Griffith, US House 4, 0.5%, 4-Way

Caryn Ann Harlos, State House 45, 2.8%, 3-Way

Christian Vernaza, CU Regent Dist. 2, 4.0%, 3-Way

Cory Schaeffer, State House 27, 5.7%, 3-Way

David P. Jurist, State House 03, 2.9%, 3-Way

David Thompson, State House 14, 3.4%, 3-Way

Douglas Anderson, State House 23, 4.9%, 3-Way

Ed Duffett, US House 5, 2.9%, 5-Way

Hanna Waugh, Lake Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 44.7%, 2-Way

Hans Romer, Jefferson Co. Comm. Dist. 1, 4.6%, 3-Way

Heather Johnson, State Senate 10, 5.2%, 3-Way

James E. “Jed” Gilman, State House 13, 3.2%, 3-Way

Jason Chapman, State House 32, 5.9%, 3-Way

Jeffrey Kennedy Crowe, State House 6, 2.5%, 3-Way

John Hjersman, State House 16, 3.6%, 3-Way

John Keil, US House 3, 2.3%, 4-Way

John Pickerill, State House 46, 3.7%, 3-Way

Joseph Johnson, State House 63, 4.6%, 3-Way

Joshua P Lallement, Arapahoe Co. Comm. Dist. 1, 3.2%, 3-Way

Judy Darcy, State House 20, 2.6%, 3-Way

Kathryn Jane Martin, Arapahoe Co. Comm. Dist. 5, 7.5%, 3-Way

Ken Biles, US House 7, 2.7%, 4-Way

Kevin Gulbranson, State House 56, 4.0%, 4-Way

Kyle Furey, US House 1, 1.6%, 5-Way

M Victoria Reynolds, Douglas Co. Comm. Dist. 2, 3.5%, 3-Way

Marc Montoni, Mesa Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 3.7%, 4-Way

Marc Solomon, State Senate 26, 2.6%, 3-Way

Margot Herzl, State House 22, 3.2%, 3-Way

Matthew Hess, Weld Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 4.8%, 3-Way

Michael McRedmond, State House 15, 4.6%, 3-Way

Michael Seebeck, State House 21, 4.5%, 3-Way

Michele Poague, State Senate 29, 31.2%, 2-Way

Nathan Foutch, State House 18, 3.5%, 3-Way

Norm Olsen, US House 6, 1.8%, 4-Way

Raymon Doane, US Senate, 1.6%, 5-Way

Richie Frangiosa, Park Co. Comm. Dist. 2, 34.7%, 2-Way

Rob Stutz, State House 34, 1.1%, 4-Way

Robert Berg, El Paso Co. Comm. Dist. 2, 4.0%, 3-Way

Robert Harrison, State House 40, 1.0%, 3-Way

Ryan van Gundy, State House 29, 5.5%, 3-Way

Sean Short, State House 50, 37.9%, 3-Way

Susan Quilleash-Nelson, State House 17, 4.8%, 3-Way

Thomas Atkinson, US House 2, 2.3%, 4-Way

Timothy Campbell, El Paso Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 4.0%, 3-Way

Victoria Ciraolo, El Paso Co. Comm. Dist. 4, 6.5%, 3-Way

Wayne Harlos, State Senate 4, 2.6%, 3-Way

Wes Pinchot, State House 9, 2.5%, 3-Way

William Robinson, Dist. Atty. Judicial Dist. 2, 15.9%, 2-Way

Zechariah Harris, State Senate 12, 3.3%, 3-Way

Amy Merlino, State House 15, 1.7%, 3-Way

Bill Hinds, State House 27, 1.8%, 3-Way

David Rogers, US House, 0.8%, 4-Way

Dayl Thomas, Wilmington Council Dist. 7, 6.6%, 2-Way

John Machurek, Governor, 0.5%, 4-Way

Nadine Frost, US Senate, 1.1%, 4-Way

Scott Gesty, State House 7, 1.5%, 3-Way

Will McVay, Kent Co. Clerk, 1.8%, 3-Way

Joe Bishop-Henchman, At-Large Council Member, 0.9%, 24-Way

Patrick Hynes, US House Delegate, 2.9%, 9-Way

Andre Klass, Seminole Co. Comm. Dist. 5, 4.3%, 3-Way

Davie Parrish, Columbia Co. Tax Collector, 17.5%, 2-Way

Joe Hannoush, State House 25, 2.3%, 3-Way

Marcos Diego Marrero, Osceola Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 5.7%, 4-Way

Austin Lee Lanteigne, St. Johns Co. Airport Authority Board Group 4, 14.7%, 4-Way

★ Jim Turney, Altamonte Springs City Comm., Unopposed

Kenneth Willey, State House 18, 3.2%, 3-Way

★ Tony Busby, Osceola Co. Soil and Water Conservation Dist. Seat 2, Unopposed

Wesley Wilson, Volusia Co. Soil and Water Conservation Dist. Seat 2, 27.4%, 2-Way

Brian Slowinski, US Senate, 0.7%, 20-Way

Danny Dolan, Tyrone Town Council Post 3, 20.8%, 4-Way

Elizabeth Melton, Public Service Comm. Dist. 1, 3.7%, 3-Way

Nathan Wilson, Public Service Comm. Dist. 4, 3.1%, 3-Way

Shane Hazel, US Senate, 2.3%, 3-Way

Feena Bonoan, State Senate Dist. 20, 30.6%, 2-Way

Michelle Tippens, US House 2, 2.8%, 6-Way

Dan Karlan, State Senate 28, 22.4%, 2-Way

Jennifer Luoma, Legislative Dist. 2, 16.5%, 2-Way

Jess Smith, State House 13, 22.3%, 2-Way

Joe Evans, US House 1, 3.6%, 3-Way

Justin Nagle, Kootenai Co. Sheriff, 9.6%, 3-Way

Lisa Adams, State House 21, 28.5%, 2-Way

Bill Redpath, US House 6, 1.7%, 3-Way

Brad Bielert, State House 103, 21.5%, 2-Way

Brian Dennehy, Cook Co. Atty., 6.4%, 3-Way

Chad Grimm, State House 92, 25.6%, 2-Way

Clayton Cleveland, State House 80, 22.3%, 2-Way

Danny Malouf, US Senate, 1.9%, 5-Way

Glenn Olofson, State House 55, 31.6%, 2-Way

Ian Peak, State House 115, 8.1%, 3-Way

Jake Leonard, Montgomery Co. Board Dist. 2, 5.7%, 3-Way

Jim Byrne, Kankakee Co. Board Dist. 23, 40.9%, 2-Way

Jim Young, McHenry Co. Auditor, 25.7%, 2-Way

Joseph Schreiner, State House 19, 3.4%, 3-Way

Joshua Flynn, State House 78, 18.8%, 2-Way

Kelly Liebmann, McHenry Co. Coroner, 29.3%, 2-Way

Ken Allison, State House 88, 4.4%, 3-Way

Kevin Woodard, McLean Co. Auditor, 6.3%, 3-Way

Mark Elmore, State House 113, 13.3%, 3-Way

Nathan Florey, DeWitt Co. Circuit Clerk, 16.0%, 2-Way

Preston Nelson, US House 8, 29.1%, 2-Way

Sasha Cohen, Dekalb Co. Board Dist. 5, 24.1%, 2-Way

Crystal Henry, State House 91, 6.2%, 3-Way

Donald Rainwater, Governor, 14.0%, 3-Way

James Rodenberger, US House 8, 3.3%, 3-Way

Jason Eicholtz, State House 83, 4.4%, 3-Way

Ken Tucker, US House 5, 4.1%, 3-Way

Mark Renholzberger, State House 97, 4.7%, 3-Way

Michael Strauss, US House 1, 2.8%, 3-Way

Morgan Rigg, State House 52, 3.8%, 3-Way

Russell Brooksbank, State House 71, 22.4%, 2-Way

Tom Ferfinhoff, US House 6, 3.6%, 3-Way

Tonya Millis, US House 9, 4.3%, 3-Way

Blake Johannes, State House 12, 2.8%, 3-Way

Bryan Holder, US House 3, 3.4%, 3-Way

Eric Cooper, State House 45, 26.5%, 2-Way

Myra Matejka, State House 70, 25.3%, 2-Way

Rick Stewart, US Senate, 2.2%, 4-Way

Robert Fairchild, State House 16, 4.1%, 3-Way

Toya Johnson, State Senate 16, 23.6%, 2-Way

Dante Javaheri, State House 46, 13.8%, 2-Way

Jason Buckley, US Senate, 4.9%, 3-Way

LJ Hermreck, State House 103, 7.0%, 3-Way

Matthew Clark, State House 23, 5.3%, 3-Way

Michael Kerner, State House 17, 3.2%, 3-Way

Rick Parsons, State House 33, 9.7%, 3-Way

Robert Garrard, US House 2, 4.2%, 3-Way

Roman Van Nahmen, Gray Co. Magistrate, 20.6%, 2-Way

Ross Wahl, Riley Co. Comm. Dist. 2, 6.2%, 3-Way

Steve Hohe, US House 3, 2.8%, 3-Way

Amanda Billings, State Senate 3, 21.6%, 2-Way

Bill Mitchell, State House 69, 4.5%, 3-Way

Brad Barron, US Senate, 4.0%, 3-Way

Brandon Wright, City Council of Cave City, 6.8%, 13-Way

Bryan Short, State Senate 27, 19.0%, 2-Way

Cristi Kendrick, State House 66, 5.0%, 3-Way

Frank Harris, US House 6, 1.7%, 3-Way

Guy Miller, State Senate 5, 7.0%, 2-Way

Jacob Clark, State House 18, 16.9%, 3-Way

James Toller, State House 78, 16.9%, 2-Way

Joshua Gilpin, State House 2, 16.7%, 2-Way

Mitch Rushing, State House 49, 2.9%, 3-Way

Randall Daniel, State House 26, 19.3%, 2-Way

Robert Perry, US House 2, 2.1%, 4-Way

Timothy Filback Sr., State House 23, 1.8%, 3-Way

Aaron Sigler, US Senate, 5.5%, 15-Way

Andrew Poland, St Bernard Parish Constable Ward B, 16.9%, 3-Way

Brandon Leleux, US House 3, 2.8%, 4-Way

Everett Baudean, Baton Rouge Metro Council Dist. 7, 10.3%, 6-Way

Howard Kearney, US House 1, 2.5%, 3-Way

★ Jacquelin “Jackie” Hankins, Board of Aldermen 5 Town of Newellton (Tensas Parish), 58.3%, 3-Way

Patrick Redmon, Judge City of Bunkie, 40.9%, 2-Way

★ Shawn Levasseur, Knox Co. Budget Comm. Dist. 3, Unopposed

Alex Avery, Kent Co. Drain Comm., 3.9%, 3-Way

Andrew Chadderdon, Wayne Co. Comm. Dist. 12, 16.1%, 2-Way

Andrew Wrenbeck, Grass Lake Twnshp. Trustee, 7.4%, 5-Way

Andy Evans, Cheboygan Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 16.6%, 3-Way

Anthony Croff, State House 39, 1.6%, 3-Way

Benjamin Boren, US House 1, 1.5%, 3-Way

Bill Hall, State Board of Education, 1.2%, 11-Way

Bruce Jaquays, Commerce Twnshp. Supervisor, 2.6%, 3-Way

Connor Nepomuceno, Oakland Co. Executive, 1.6%, 3-Way

Cory Dean, Blair Twnshp. Trustee, 8.5%, 5-Way

Dana Carver, Cheboygan Co. Comm. Dist. 7, 17.2%, 2-Way

Daniel Ziemba PE, Wayne Co. Prosecuting Atty., 17.3%, 2-Way

David Canny, US House 4, 1.4%, 4-Way

David Holmer, Manistee Co. Comm. Dist. 7, 25.2%, 2-Way

Deidre Griffith, Macomb Co. Comm. Dist. 4, 2.6%, 3-Way

★ Donna Gundle-Kreig, Mancelona Twnshp. Trustee , 22.4%, 3-Way

Eric Larson, University of Michigan Board of Regents, 1.1%, 10-Way

Frederick Horndt, State House 28, 2.1%, 3-Way

Gregory Creswell, State House 1, 2.0%, 3-Way

Gregory Stempfle, State House 27, 1.6%, 4-Way

James Harris, US House 5, 1.6%, 4-Way

James Hudler, University of Michigan Board of Regents, 1.0%, 10-Way

James Johnson, Cheboygan Co. Treasurer, 15.1%, 2-Way

James Young, State House 37, 2.0%, 3-Way

Jami Van Alstine, Wayne Co. Comm. Dist. 11, 21.6%, 2-Way

Jamie Lewis, Kent Co. Clerk, 4.0%, 3-Way

Jason Crum, State House 104, 2.0%, 3-Way

Jeffrey Depoy, US House 6, 2.8%, 4-Way

Jim Fulner, Armada Twnshp. Trustee, 9.1%, 3-Way

John Stedman, Kent Co. Sheriff, 3.5%, 3-Way

Jonathan Elgas, Wayne State University Board of Governors, 1.3%, 7-Way

Joseph Charles, Otsego Co. Sheriff, 12.1%, 2-Way

Joseph Hartman, US House 8, 1.8%, 3-Way

Joseph LeBlanc, Plymouth Twnshp. Trustee, 3.1%, 8-Way

Katherine Nepton, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, 3.9%, 7-Way

Kerry Morgan, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, 3.9%, 7-Way

Leonard Schwartz, US House 11, 2.0%, 3-Way

Lisa Lane Gioia, US House 14, 1.1%, 5-Way

Loel Gnadt, Wayne Co. Comm. Dist. 4, 11.8%, 2-Way

Mary Buzuma, Ottawa Co. Clerk, 21.0%, 2-Way

Matt Saliba, Macomb Co. Comm. Dist. 13, 2.5%, 3-Way

Max Riekse, US House 2, 1.3%, 5-Way

Michael Saliba, US House 9, 1.6%, 4-Way

Norman Peterson, State House 64, 2.6%, 3-Way

Rafael Wolf, State House 63, 2.2%, 4-Way

Richard Hewer, State Board of Education, 0.9%, 11-Way

Richard Secula, Wayne Co. Register of Deeds, 2.9%, 3-Way

★ Scotty Boman, Detroit Community Advisory Council Dist. 4, 100.0%, Unopposed

Thomas Bosch, Long Lake Twnshp. Trustee, 1.5%, 9-Way

Tim Yow, State House 35, 1.2%, 3-Way

Wesley Crouse, Wayne Co. Comm. Dist. 14, 13.2%, 3-Way

Will Tyler White, Michigan State University Board of Trustees, 1.3%, 10-Way

★ Cara Schulz, Burnsville City Council At Large, 49.1%, 2-Way

Christopher Klavetter, Burnsville Mayor, 35.9%, 2-Way

Lesley Smith, Election Comm., Unknown, 2-Way

Andrew Bolin, State House 83, 20.5%, 2-Way

Andrew Miller, State House 24, 11.0%, 2-Way

Bill Slantz, Lieutenant Governor, 1.8%, 4-Way

Cameron Pack, State House 53, 1.7%, 4-Way

Carl Herman Freese, Secretary of State, 1.9%, 5-Way

Jeff Coleman, State Senate 13, 12.5%, 2-Way

Jim Higgins, US House 6, 2.1%, 3-Way

Kevin Babcock, Atty. General, 2.8%, 3-Way

Kevin Craig, US House 7, 4.2%, 3-Way

Leonard J Steinman II, US House 3, 2.0%, 3-Way

Mark Bliss, State Senate 21, 20.2%, 2-Way

Martin Schulte, US House 2, 2.6%, 3-Way

Mike Copeland, State House 107, 3.7%, 3-Way

Nick Kasoff, State Treasurer, 2.2%, 4-Way

Rik Combs, Governor, 1.6%, 4-Way

Robin Dominick, US House 5, 2.6%, 3-Way

Stephen R. Johnson, State House 88, 1.8%, 3-Way

Steven K. Koonse, US House 4, 2.7%, 3-Way

Tom Schmitz, US House 8, 1.8%, 3-Way

William Truman (Bill) Wayne, State House 51, 24.7%, 2-Way

Andrew Schaefer, State House 67, 5.2%, 3-Way

Cade Stiles, State House 13, 7.4%, 3-Way

Devin Braaten, State Senate 47, 5.1%, 3-Way

Doug Campbell, State House 64, 5.2%, 3-Way

Francis Wendt, State House 62, 26.2%, 2-Way

George Anthony Schultz, State House 19, 15.1%, 2-Way

Jacob Kitson, State House 37, 10.0%, 2-Way

John Lamb, State Senate 36, 20.5%, 2-Way

Kevin Leatherbarrow, Superintendent of Public Instruction, 4.2%, 3-Way

Lyman Bishop & John Nesper, Governor & Lt. Governor, 3.8%, 3-Way

Melody Benes, State House 43, 29.5%, 2-Way

Nicholas Ramlow, State House 07, 5.4%, 3-Way

Nolen W Skime, State Senate 45, 3.8%, 3-Way

Richard L Armerding, State House 98, 4.9%, 3-Way

Roger Roots, State Auditor, 5.3%, 3-Way

Ron Vandevender, State House 80, 11.1%, 2-Way

Dennis Grace, US House 1, 2.8%, 3-Way

Dustin Hobbs, US House 3, 3.8%, 3-Way

Gene Siadek, US Senate, 6.3%, 3-Way

Mercadies Damratowksi, State House 37, 24.3%, 2-Way

Gerald Henthorn, Seward Council Ward 3, 38.9%, 2-Way

Mike Knebel, Bellevue City Council, 31.1%, 2-Way

Tyler Schaeffer, US House 2, 3.0%, 5-Way

Charles Holt, Douglas Co. Comm. Dist. 3, 30.1%, 2-Way

Dave Jones, State House 39, 2.9%, 3-Way

Jonathan Esteban, US House 4, 2.0%, 4-Way

Liz DelSignore, State House 42, 21.3%, 3-Way

Natasha Bousley, State House 28, 23.4%, 2-Way

Robert Strawder Jr., US House 1, 1.9%, 4-Way

Sam Toll, Storey Co. Comm. Dist. 1, 32.1%, 2-Way

Steve Brown, US House 3, 2.6%, 4-Way

Timothy Hagan, State Senate 5, 2.7%, 3-Way

AJ Olding, US House 2, 2.4%, 3-Way

Darryl Perry, Governor, 1.4%, 3-Way

Justin O’Donnell, US Senate, 2.4%, 3-Way

Nicholas Sarwark, Hillsborough Co. Atty., 5.6%, 3-Way

Richard Manzo, Hillsborough Co. Treasurer, 5.6%, 3-Way

Zach Dumont, US House 1, 2.4%, 3-Way

Dan Delaney, US House 8, 1.4%, 3-Way

Dan Valentine, Ocean Co. Freeholder, 1.1%, 3-Way

Jesse Ehrnstrom, US House 2, 0.7%, 4-Way

John Mirrione, US House 10, 0.7%, 5-Way

Michael Rufo, US House 4, 0.5%, 5-Way

Bob Walsh, US Senate, 2.6%, 3-Way

Buck Bonner, Dona Ana Co. Comm. 4, 5.5%, 3-Way

Chris Luchini, Public Regulation Comm. 3, 28.4%, 2-Way

Frederick Snoy, State Senate 13, 3.3%, 3-Way

Helen Milenski, State House 45, 17.2%, 2-Way

James Rickman, Los Alamos Co. Comm., 14.5%, 6-Way

Jason Vaillancourt, State House 28, 4.6%, 3-Way

Jeremy Myers, State House 44, 3.7%, 3-Way

Jerry Gage, State House 50, 3.6%, 3-Way

John McDivitt, State Senate 19, 4.3%, 3-Way

Krik Myers, Education Comm. 9, 4.7%, 3-Way

Laura Burrows, Education Comm. 4, 39.4%, 2-Way

Lee Weinland, State Senate 5, 4.7%, 3-Way

Mark Curtis, State House 19, 5.5%, 3-Way

Oscar Astorga, Lea Co. Comm. Dist. 4, 16.5%, 2-Way

Paul McKenney, State House 21, 30.2%, 2-Way

Randall Sobien, State House 30, 3.7%, 3-Way

Ranota Banks, State House 15, 4.2%, 3-Way

Scott Goodman, State House 17, 4.9%, 3-Way

Scott Milenski, State Senate 24, 3.2%, 3-Way

Stephen P. Curtis, Court of Appeals 2, 7.1%, 3-Way

Steven Penhall, State House 31, 2.9%, 3-Way

Will Kinney, State House 38, 2.8%, 3-Way

Adam Fischer-Gledhill, State House 4, 0.7%, 3-Way

Duane Whitmer, US House 27, 1.2%, 3-Way

Howard Rabin, US House 3, 0.5%, 3-Way

Jay Carr, Saugerties Town Justice, 3.7%, 3-Way

Kevin Wilson, US House 25, 1.6%, 3-Way

Michael Madrid, US House 10, 1.2%, 3-Way

Steven Kölln, US House 12, 1.4%, 3-Way

Thomas Quiter, State Senate 52, 10.8%, 2-Way

Victoria Alexander, US House 19, 1.2%, 4-Way

William Van Helmond, State House 2, 1.3%, 3-Way

Adrian Lee Travers, State House 11, 5.5%, 3-Way

Anthony Mascolo, State Senate 8, 3.1%, 3-Way

Bruce Basson, State House 36, 3.6%, 3-Way

  1. Reid Deal Sr., Davidson Co. Board Of Comms., 3.0%, 7-Way

Dee Watson, State House 49, 4.7%, 3-Way

Gavin Bell, State House 30, 18.3%, 2-Way

Guy Meilleur, State House 41, 3.1%, 3-Way

Jason Loeback, State Senate 18, 3.5%, 3-Way

Jeff Matemu, US House 2, 2.2%, 3-Way

Jeffrey Scott, State Senate 37, 3.7%, 3-Way

Justin Walczak, State Senate 14, 4.5%, 3-Way

Kat McDonald, State Senate 15, 5.2%, 3-Way

Liam Leaver, State House 37, 3.1%, 3-Way

Lyndon John Smith, State House 114, 3.4%, 3-Way

Michael C. Munger, State House 34, 4.3%, 3-Way

Michael Nelson, State House 35, 3.6%, 3-Way

Nick Taylor, State House 25, 3.6%, 3-Way

Ray Ubinger, State Senate 22, 3.0%, 3-Way

Sammie Brooks, State House 33, 4.3%, 3-Way

Sean Haugh, State House 31, 14.4%, 2-Way

Shannon Bray, US Senate, 3.1%, 4-Way

Steven DiFiore, Governor, 1.1%, 4-Way

Thomas B. Hill, Cabarrus Co. Board of Comms., 3.5%, 5-Way

Tim Harris, State Senate 2, 3.9%, 3-Way

Tracey Debruhl, US House 11, 1.9%, 4-Way

Travis Groo, State Senate 17, 3.8%, 3-Way

Wesley Longsdorf, Winston-Salem Council Southeast Ward, 15.1%, 2-Way

Zach Berly, State House 53, 3.8%, 3-Way

DuWayne Hendrickson, Governor, 3.9%, 3-Way

Steven James Peterson, US Congress, 3.4%, 3-Way

Brandon Lape, US House 7, 3.3%, 3-Way

Dyrone Smith, Cuyahoga Co. Council Dist. 8, 11.6%, 2-Way

John Stewart, US House 12, 2.9%, 3-Way

Kevin Kahn, US House 1, 3.5%, 3-Way

Oscar Herrera, State House 96th, 3.2%, 3-Way

Steve Perkins, US House 4, 2.8%, 3-Way

A.J. Bailey, State House 101, 2.4%, 3-Way

Bob White, US House 4, 3.4%, 3-Way

Greg Sadler, State Senate 17, 23.5%, 2-Way

Richie Castaldo, US House 2, 3.0%, 3-Way

Robert Murphy, US Senate, 2.2%, 5-Way

Todd Hagopian, Oklahoma Corporation Comm., 23.9%, 2-Way

Gary Dye, US Senate, 1.7%, 4-Way

Kyle Markley, Secretary of State, 2.7%, 4-Way

Lars D H Hedbor, Atty. General, 2.3%, 3-Way

Matthew James Rix, US House 5, 2.4%, 3-Way

William H Johnson Jr., Marion Co. Comm., 3.2%, 3-Way

Daniel Wassmer, Atty. General, 1.7%, 4-Way

Jared Martin, State House 147, 3.1%, 3-Way

Jennifer Moore, Auditor General, 3.0%, 4-Way

Joseph Soloski, State Treasurer, 2.2%, 4-Way

Larry Frey, State House 110, 13.3%, 2-Way

Marc Bozzacco, State House 153, 23.0%, 2-Way

Matt Baltsar, State House 194, 0.3%, 3-Way

Noyes Lawton, State House 68, 8.6%, 2-Way

Ryan Bourinski, State House 107, 17.9%, 2-Way

William Hunt, State House 68, 40.5%, 2-Way

Dan Gregory, Clerk of Court Charleston Co., 45.4%, 2-Way

Alex Thornton, State House 119, 30.0%, 2-Way

Justin Bishop, State House 77, 13.9%, 2-Way

Lawrence Lee, State House 71, 2.9%, 3-Way

Melissa Couture, Charleston Co. Council Dist. 6, 5.3%, 3-Way

Rodney Travis, State House 109, 18.9%, 2-Way

Sean Thornton, Charleston Co. Council Dist. 7, 36.6%, 2-Way

Victor Kocher, State House 79, 12.7%, 2-Way

William Dettmering III, State House 107, 1.8%, 3-Way

Adam Jewell, State Senate 5, 21.0%, 2-Way

Alexander Martin, State Senate 20, 14.9%, 2-Way

CJ Abernathey, State Senate 23, 10.4%, 2-Way

Daryl Root, State Senate 4, 17.4%, 2-Way

Devin Saxon, Public Utilities Comm., 5.1%, 3-Way

Gideon Oakes, State Senate 30, 28.7%, 2-Way

Gregory Baldwin, State Senate 17, 4.4%, 3-Way

Kent Wilsey, State Senate 29, 22.1%, 2-Way

Randy “Uriah” Luallin, US House, 19.0%, 2-Way

Cassie Cummings, Hendersonville Ward 6 Alderman, 17.0%, 3-Way

David Tyler, East Ridge City Council, 9.1%, 6-Way

Joey Dasinger, Clarksville City Council Ward 5, 12.6%, 3-Way

★ Trisha Butler, Clarksville City Council Ward 12, 32.6%, 6-Way

Andrew Jewell, Dallas Co. Comm. Pct. 3, 5.5%, 3-Way

Anthony Cristo, US House 34, 1.6%, 4-Way

Arthur DiBianca, US House 21, 1.9%, 4-Way

Arthur Thomas, State House 119, 2.2%, 4-Way

Audra Berry, State Board of Education Dist. 8, 26.5%, 2-Way

Bekah Congdon, US House 28, 2.7%, 3-Way

Ben Easton, Austin City Council Dist. 10, 1.9%, 7-Way

Beto Villela, US House 23, 2.8%, 3-Way

Bill Kelsey, US House 25, 2.0%, 3-Way

Billy Pierce, Harris Co. Tax Assessor/Collector and Voter Registrar, 3.3%, 3-Way

Bret Bolton, State House 105, 5.9%, 2-Way

Brian Elliott, State House 136, 3.6%, 3-Way

Cameron Brock, State Senate 4, 2.5%, 3-Way

Chad Abbey, US House 36, 1.6%, 3-Way

Chris Duncan, US House 8, 2.0%, 3-Way

Christopher J. Claytor, US House 3, 2.1%, 3-Way

Christy Peterson-Mowrey, US House 32, 1.4%, 4-Way

Clark Patterson, US House 31, 2.2%, 3-Way

Clyde Garland, Brazos Co. Sheriff, 4.7%, 3-Way

Darren Hamilton, US House 24, 1.6%, 5-Way

Dick Llyes, State House 24, 2.5%, 3-Way

Ed Kless, State House 89, 2.5%, 3-Way

Ed Rankin, State House 108, 2.3%, 3-Way

Elliott Scheirman, US House 2, 1.6%, 3-Way

Eric Velasquez, State House 118, 3.3%, 3-Way

Erica Lockwood, Travis Co. Tax Assessor-Collector, 5.3%, 3-Way

Ivan Foster, Comal Co. Comm. Pct. 1, 3.2%, 3-Way

J.K. Stephenson, State House 61, 2.9%, 3-Way

Jack B. Westbrook, US House 13, 2.2%, 3-Way

James Harren, State House 133, 1.7%, 3-Way

Jared Wissel, State Senate 11, 2.5%, 3-Way

Jason Reeves, US House 33, 1.6%, 5-Way

Jeffrey Blunt, US House 20, 2.2%, 3-Way

Jesse Herrera, State House 150, 3.3%, 3-Way

Jessica Pallett, State House 94, 3.2%, 3-Way

JJ Campbell, State House 146, 13.0%, 2-Way

JoAnne Valdivia, State Senate 19, 3.6%, 3-Way

Joe Burnes, US House 19, 2.4%, 3-Way

Jose R. Sosa, US House 9, 2.9%, 3-Way

Joseph LeBlanc Jr., US House 22, 3.9%, 3-Way

Julian MarDock, State House 44, 3.1%, 3-Way

Kenneth Moore, State House 49, 3.2%, 3-Way

Kerry McKennon, US Senate, 1.9%, 4-Way

Kevin Hale, US House 5, 2.1%, 3-Way

Lee Sharp, State House 137, 18.5%, 2-Way

Lou Antonelli, US House 4, 1.6%, 3-Way

Luke Spencer, US House 18, 1.8%, 4-Way

Mark Ash, Supreme Court Place 1, 2.5%, 3-Way

Mark Boler, US House 26, 2.1%, 3-Way

Mark Savino, State House 10, 24.2%, 2-Way

Matthew Sterett, Railroad Comm., 2.2%, 4-Way

Melanie A. Black, US House 6, 3.1%, 3-Way

Michael Clark, State House 47, 2.4%, 2-Way

Michael Miller, State House 85, 2.4%, 3-Way

Neko Antoniou, State House 127, 28.9%, 2-Way

Nelson Range, State House 96, 2.7%, 3-Way

Nicole Sprabary, State House 4, 20.9%, 2-Way

Paul Bilyeu, State House 135, 2.3%, 3-Way

Phil Gray, US House 27, 2.0%, 3-Way

Phil Kurtz, US House 29, 1.5%, 3-Way

  1. Edwin Adams, State House 8, 14.1%, 2-Way
  2. Grizzle Trojacek, State House 139, 14.1%, 2-Way

Rhett Smith, Bexar Co. Justice of the Peace Pct. 2, 19.9%, 2-Way

Rod Wingo, State House 97, 2.3%, 2-Way

Ross Lynn Leone, US House 15, 1.9%, 3-Way

Roy Eriksen, US House 10, 2.2%, 3-Way

Russell E. Hess, Parker Co. Sheriff, 15.9%, 2-Way

Shane D. Newsom, State House 112, 2.5%, 3-Way

Shawn Huckabay, State House 120, 3.2%, 3-Way

Shawn Jones, State House 66, 1.9%, 3-Way

Shawn Kelly, US House 7, 1.8%, 3-Way

Stephanie Berlin, Texas State Board of Education Dist. 5, 3.9%, 3-Way

Steven Broussard, Jefferson Co. Sheriff, 1.7%, 2-Way

Ted Brown, US House 17, 3.2%, 3-Way

Timothy Duffield, State Senate 6, 16.0%, 2-Way

Tom Oxford, Texas Supreme Court Place 8, 2.5%, 3-Way

Tony Quinones, State House 117, 3.8%, 3-Way

Tony Valdivia, State House 125, 20.1%, 2-Way

Trey Holcomb, US House 12, 3.3%, 3-Way

Trip Seibold, Texas State Board of Education Dist. 10, 3.3%, 3-Way

Wacey Alpha Cody, US House 11, 2.0%, 3-Way

Warren Funk, Kerr Co. Sheriff, 5.3%, 2-Way

Whitney Bilyeu, Texas State Board of Education Dist. 6, 2.9%, 3-Way

William Strange III, Texas Supreme Court Place 7, 2.3%, 3-Way

Brent Zimmerman, State House 16, 7.0%, 3-Way

Daniel Cottam, Governor, 3.1%, 4-Way

John Molnar, US House 4, 3.0%, 4-Way

Joseph Speciale, Treasurer, 14.3%, 3-Way

Lee Anne Walker, State House 46, 4.0%, 3-Way

Rob Latham, US House 2, 4.1%, 3-Way

Rudy Bautista, Atty. General, 5.1%, 3-Way

Stevan Porter, Herndon VA Town Council, 10.7%, 8-Way

Cesar Alberto, Roanoke VA City Council, 4.2%, 8-Way

★ Jessica Abbott, Virginia Beach City Council, 62.3%, 2-Way

Brett Borden, State House 9 Pos 1, 23.8%, 2-Way

Dan Driscoll, Pacific Co. Comm. 2, 47.3%, 2-Way

David Wiley, State House 38 Pos 2, 32.2%, 2-Way

Marliza Melzer, State House 33 Pos 2, 26.0%, 2-Way

Brett Lee Sullins, Parkersburg City Council, 5.7%, 3-Way

Brett Rogers, State House 63, 6.4%, 3-Way

David Moran, US House 1, 2.7%, 3-Way

Erika Kolenich, Governor, 2.9%, 4-Way

Michael Allen Young, State House 15, 5.9%, 3-Way

Mike Lockard, State House 46, 5.8%, 3-Way

Rex Starkey, Harrison Co. Comm., 5.4%, 3-Way

Travis Shultz, State Senate 3, 7.5%, 3-Way

Bethany Baldes, State House 55, 49.6%, 2-Way

Lela Konecny, State House 47, 21.3%, 2-Way

★ Marshall Burt, State House 39, 54.4%, 2-Way

Richard Brubaker, US House, 3.7%, 4-Way

Shawn Johnson, State House 38, 24.6%, 2-Way

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