2016 Election Results Overview

RED and BLUE colors reflect election results and changes. More specific information about Governors, Legislatures, Attorneys General, Ballot Questions, Local Elections and Election News and Updates is below this Overview Chart (scroll down).

StateGovernors ResultsAttorneys General ResultsUpper ChambersLower Chambers
AlabamaRobert Bentley (R)Luther Strange (R)8D - 26R - 132D - 72R - 1v
AlaskaBill Walker (I)Jahna Lindemuth (NP)6D - 14R17D - 21R - 2O (Controlled by Bipartisan Working Group)
ArizonaDoug Ducey (R)Mark Brnovich (R)13D - 17R25D - 35R
ArkansasAsa Hutchison (R)Leslie Rutledge (R)9D - 26R26D - 74R
CaliforniaJerry Brown (D)Kamala Harris* (D)

*Special Election Pending
27D - 13R55D - 25R
ColoradoJohn Hickenlooper (D)Cynthia Coffman (R)17D - 18R37D - 28R
ConnecticutDan Malloy (D)George Jepsen (D)18D - 18R (Tied)79D - 72R
DelawareJohn Carney (D)Matt Denn (D)11D - 10R25D - 16R
FloridaRick Scott (R)Pam Bondi (R)15D - 25R41D - 79R
GeorgiaNathan Deal (R)Sam Olens (R)18D - 38R62D - 118R
HawaiiDavid Ige (D)Doug Chin (D)25D45D - 6R
IdahoC.L. “Butch” Otter (R)Lawrence Wasden (R)6D - 29R11D - 59R
IllinoisBruce Rauner (R)Lisa Madigan (D)37D - 22R67D - 51R
IndianaEric Holcomb (R)Curtis Hill (R)9D - 41R30D - 70R
IowaTerry Branstad (R)Tom Miller (D)19D - 29R - 1, 1v (FLIPPED)41D - 59R
KansasSam Brownback (R)Derek Schmidt (R)9D - 31R40D - 85R
KentuckyMatt Bevin (R)Andy Beshear (D)11D - 27R36D - 64R (FLIPPED)
LouisianaJohn Bel Edwards (D)Jeff Landry (R)14D - 25R42D - 60R - 3
MainePaul LePage (R)Janet Mills (D)17D - 18R76D - 73R - 2I
MarylandLarry Hogan (R)Brian Frosh (D)33D - 14R90D - 51R
MassachusettsCharlie Baker (R)Maura Healey (D)34D - 6R125D - 35R
MichiganRick Snyder (R)Bill Schuette (R)11D - 27R47D - 63R
MinnesotaMark Dayton (D)Lori Swanson (D)33DFL - 34R (FLIPPED)57DFL - 76R - 1v
MississippiPhil Bryant (R)Jim Hood (D)20D - 32R48D – 72R – 2NP
MissouriEric Greitens (R) (FLIPPED)Josh Hawley (R) (FLIPPED)9D - 25R46D - 117R
MontanaSteve Bullock (D)Tim Fox (R)18D - 32R41D - 59R
NebraskaPete Ricketts (R)Doug Peterson (R)49NP
NevadaBrian Sandoval (R)Adam Paul Laxalt (R)11D - 9R - 1NP (FLIPPED)27D - 15R (FLIPPED)
New HampshireChris Sununu (R)(FLIPPED)Joseph Foster (D)10D - 14R175D - 225R
New JerseyChris Christie (R)Christopher S. Porrino (NP)24D – 16R52D – 28R
New MexicoSusana Martinez (R)Hector Balderas (D)25D - 16R - 1 Und.37D - 31R - 2 Und. (FLIPPED)
New YorkAndrew Cuomo (D)Eric Schneiderman (D)24D - 1D* - 6IDC - 31R - 1U (*Senator Simcha Felder (D) will caucus with the Republican Party)107D - 42R - 1 Und.
North CarolinaRoy Cooper (D)Josh Stein (D)15D - 35R46D - 74R
North DakotaDoug Burgum (R)Wayne Stenehjem (R)9D-NPL - 38R13D-NPL - 80R - 1 Und.
OhioJohn Kasich (R)Mike DeWine (R)9D - 24R33D - 66R
OklahomaMary Fallin (R)Scott Pruitt (R)6D - 42R26D - 75R
OregonKate Brown (D)Ellen Rosenblum (D)17D - 13R35D - 25R
PennsylvaniaTom Wolf (D)Josh Shapiro (D)16D - 34R81D - 122R
Puerto RicoRicardo Rosselló Nevares (PNP)Cesar R. Miranda-Rodriguez (NP)4PDP - 21PNP - 1PIP - 1I16PDP - 34PNP - 1PIP
Rhode IslandGina Raimondo (D)Patrick Kilmartin (D)33D - 5R64D - 10R - 1I
South CarolinaNikki Haley (R)Alan Wilson (R)18D - 28R44D - 80R
South DakotaDennis Daugaard (R)Marty Jackley (R)6D - 29R10D - 60R
TennesseeBill Haslam (R)Herbert Slattery, III (R)5D - 28R25D - 74R
TexasGreg Abbott (R)Ken Paxton (R)11D - 20R56D - 94R
UtahGary Herbert (R)Sean Reyes (R)5D - 24R13D - 62R
VermontPhil Scott (R) (FLIPPED)T.J. Donovan (D)23D - 7R91D - 52R - 6O, 1 Und.
VirginiaTerry McAuliffe (D)Mark Herring (D)19D – 21R34D – 66R
WashingtonJay Inslee (D)Bob Ferguson (D)25D - 24R (Republican-Based Majority Coalition Caucus Controls)50D - 48R
West VirginiaJim Justice (D)Patrick Morrisey (R)12D - 22R37D - 63R
WisconsinScott Walker (R)Brad Schimel (R)12D - 20R - 1 Und.35D - 64R
WyomingMatthew Mead (R)Peter Michael (R)3D - 27R9D - 51R

2016 State and Local Election Updates

News and updates for the 2016 state and local government elections.

2016 State and Local Election Updates

Forty-four states will hold elections this year to choose state legislators.

2015 Local Government Races Info

Forty-one of the top 100 most populous cities will hold elections this year.

2016 Governors Races

Twelve states will hold elections this year to choose governors. Seven races are for open seats.

2016 Attorneys General Races

Ten states will hold elections this year to choose attorneys general. Five races are for open seats.

Key 2016 Ballot Questions Info

Initiatives, referenda, amendments and propositions are on the ballot in several states and cities.

Legislative Toss-Up Chambers

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Toss-Up Lower ChambersToss-Up Upper Chambers

What If the Republican Party has a Dream Down-Ballot Year?

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If Republicans Win the Battleground Chambers, Here is What It Looks Like

What If the Democratic Party has a Dream Down-Ballot Year?

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If Democrats Win the Battleground Chambers, Here is What It Looks Like

September 13 Primary Results Highlights

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Primary Results HighlightsDelaware, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island held primaries yesterday for several state and federal races. In case you missed it, here are the highlights of the unofficial primary results:

  • In New Hampshire’s Democratic gubernatorial […]

August 30 Primary Results Highlights

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August 30 Primary Results HighlightsArizona and Florida held primaries yesterday for several state and federal races. In case you missed it, here are the highlights of the unofficial primary results:

  • In Arizona’s legislative primaries, three incumbents were […]