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Minnesota Election Results - The New York Times

Few states have more at stake in this election than Minnesota, where two Senate seats and the governorship are on the ballot, along with congressional races where both parties see opportunities to make gains.

Opposition to President Trump is strong in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, but Mr. Trump nearly carried Minnesota in 2016 and he is beloved in other parts of the state.

Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat with a rising national profile, won another six-year term in her race against State Representative Jim Newberger. And Senator Tina Smith, a Democrat who was appointed this year after the resignation of Al Franken, was elected to serve out the final two years of Mr. Franken’s term.

In the governor’s race, Democrats retained a seat being vacated by Mark Dayton, who is retiring. Their candidate, Representative Tim Walz, left Congress and ran on a platform that included moving toward single-payer health care. His Republican opponent, Jeff Johnson, a state legislator who won an upset victory in the primary, promoted his support for law enforcement and backed construction of an oil pipeline.

U.S. Senate ›

Klobuchar* Amy Klobuchar*Democrat Dem.1,505,98360.8%
Newberger Jim NewbergerRepublican Rep.885,65135.8%
Schuller Dennis SchullerIndependent Ind.63,1902.6%
Overby Paula OverbyGreen Green22,1920.9%

2,477,016 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)

* Incumbent

See Full Race Results  ›

See Full Race Results  ›

Results Map

KlobucharNewbergerSchuller
Hennepin

457,245

148,475

14,141

99%
Ramsey

180,109

52,355

6,952

99%
Dakota

122,809

71,353

4,790

98%
Anoka

87,754

65,707

4,778

100%
Washington

78,247

47,727

2,855

99%
St. Louis

62,283

28,342

2,332

90%
Olmsted

41,774

27,295

1,556

99%
Scott

34,630

29,311

1,717

100%
Stearns

31,971

31,820

1,757

100%
Carver

27,168

22,540

990

100%
Sherburne

16,494

21,444

1,100

100%
Wright

14,064

16,295

909

70%
Crow Wing

13,113

15,021

813

94%
Rice

16,888

10,616

751

100%
Blue Earth

16,777

9,984

1,059

100%
Clay

14,952

8,480

748

100%
Otter Tail

10,390

12,245

502

80%
Goodhue

11,792

9,411

611

98%
Chisago

10,219

10,728

702

96%
Winona

12,091

8,237

773

100%
Itasca

10,938

8,605

651

94%
Kandiyohi

9,376

8,596

555

100%
Beltrami

9,692

7,550

577

100%
Carlton

10,222

5,704

419

100%
Steele

8,193

7,488

491

100%
Nicollet

9,632

5,517

434

100%
Benton

6,685

7,852

465

96%
Becker

6,699

7,520

429

100%
Morrison

5,246

8,678

304

100%
Cass

6,241

7,328

343

100%
Freeborn

7,675

5,779

443

100%
Le Sueur

6,444

5,979

360

100%
Isanti

4,993

6,245

396

68%
Douglas

5,400

5,971

212

73%
Pine

5,574

5,448

319

96%
McLeod

4,956

5,922

251

93%
Mille Lacs

4,771

5,492

373

100%
Meeker

4,677

5,363

218

100%
Hubbard

4,494

5,312

265

100%
Polk

4,950

4,788

246

88%
Wabasha

4,961

4,695

249

100%
Lyon

4,972

4,700

231

100%
Fillmore

5,127

4,263

249

100%
Todd

3,863

5,516

195

100%
Dodge

4,278

4,527

240

100%
Houston

4,425

4,149

287

100%
Martin

3,770

4,664

248

100%
Waseca

4,036

3,873

177

100%
Nobles

3,185

3,523

231

100%
Sibley

3,050

3,337

152

100%
Faribault

3,031

3,103

200

100%
Renville

3,194

2,888

162

100%
Kanabec

2,888

3,071

158

95%
Roseau

2,417

3,507

137

98%
Lake

3,539

2,196

115

100%
Redwood

2,494

3,098

140

95%
Aitkin

2,856

2,709

152

59%
Chippewa

2,925

2,422

156

100%
Pope

2,851

2,443

121

100%
Koochiching

2,886

2,238

102

100%
Pennington

2,517

2,465

168

97%
Cottonwood

2,413

2,488

102

100%
Stevens

2,293

1,970

98

100%
Yellow Medicine

2,111

2,071

95

100%
Brown

2,063

2,039

122

25%
Murray

1,925

2,070

114

100%
Watonwan

2,202

1,819

81

100%
Marshall

1,864

2,120

92

100%
Rock

1,452

2,217

73

100%
Swift

1,987

1,665

77

87%
Pipestone

1,321

2,266

107

100%
Clearwater

1,299

2,077

75

97%
Lac Qui Parle

1,866

1,404

79

100%
Cook

2,178

911

78

100%
Grant

1,549

1,320

77

96%
Wilkin

1,251

1,243

71

100%
Lincoln

1,164

1,213

41

100%
Kittson

1,132

767

71

74%
Mahnomen

1,098

708

93

100%
Norman

1,009

688

37

48%
Big Stone

904

699

44

91%
Red Lake

871

676

51

95%
Lake of the Woods

542

779

33

76%
Traverse

596

531

22

90%
Jackson

0

0

0

0%
Mower

0

0

0

0%
Wadena

0

0

0

0%
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Live estimates of the final vote in Minnesota’s Senate election

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full Senate Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

U.S. Senate Special Election ›

Smith* Tina Smith*Democrat Dem.1,320,16153.5%
Housley Karin HousleyRepublican Rep.1,033,45041.9%
Wellington Sarah WellingtonIndependent Ind.91,0873.7%
Trooien Jerry TrooienIndependent Ind.23,1680.9%

2,467,866 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)

* Incumbent

See Full Race Results  ›

See Full Race Results  ›

Results Map

Leader

Smith

Housley

No results

SmithHousleyWellington
Hennepin

417,206

181,449

20,706

99%
Ramsey

165,455

63,040

10,210

99%
Dakota

105,706

85,619

6,849

98%
Anoka

74,805

75,720

6,782

100%
Washington

65,802

58,356

4,073

99%
St. Louis

56,766

32,278

3,669

90%
Olmsted

37,092

31,319

2,036

99%
Scott

28,728

34,163

2,519

100%
Stearns

26,644

36,194

2,373

100%
Carver

22,078

26,872

1,470

100%
Sherburne

13,591

23,619

1,567

100%
Wright

11,049

18,641

1,324

70%
Crow Wing

10,761

16,848

1,108

94%
Rice

14,725

12,335

1,070

100%
Blue Earth

14,615

11,461

1,580

100%
Clay

13,222

9,702

1,102

100%
Otter Tail

9,022

13,325

699

80%
Goodhue

9,675

11,157

807

98%
Chisago

8,338

12,195

1,003

96%
Winona

11,079

8,999

981

100%
Itasca

9,572

9,556

912

94%
Kandiyohi

7,539

10,095

722

100%
Beltrami

8,684

8,263

830

100%
Carlton

9,183

6,416

679

100%
Steele

6,510

8,831

706

100%
Nicollet

8,198

6,609

688

100%
Benton

5,608

8,642

674

96%
Becker

5,721

8,265

593

100%
Morrison

4,181

9,521

430

100%
Cass

5,277

8,077

505

100%
Freeborn

6,393

6,689

648

100%
Le Sueur

5,133

6,980

531

100%
Isanti

4,038

7,022

502

68%
Douglas

4,200

7,031

292

73%
Pine

4,653

6,143

460

96%
McLeod

3,738

6,890

400

93%
Mille Lacs

3,899

6,165

508

100%
Meeker

3,606

6,197

374

100%
Hubbard

3,769

5,870

359

100%
Polk

4,287

5,270

353

88%
Wabasha

4,128

5,392

326

100%
Lyon

4,027

5,472

329

100%
Fillmore

4,331

4,882

340

100%
Todd

3,095

6,149

250

100%
Dodge

3,471

5,183

334

100%
Houston

4,042

4,430

355

100%
Martin

3,004

5,251

355

100%
Waseca

3,223

4,538

269

100%
Nobles

2,774

3,760

308

100%
Sibley

2,308

3,934

226

100%
Faribault

2,425

3,590

261

100%
Renville

2,439

3,519

225

100%
Kanabec

2,347

3,483

233

95%
Roseau

2,011

3,840

178

98%
Lake

3,209

2,432

202

100%
Redwood

1,895

3,572

203

95%
Aitkin

2,261

3,156

237

59%
Chippewa

2,289

2,900

238

100%
Pope

2,272

2,907

178

100%
Koochiching

2,581

2,450

163

100%
Pennington

2,213

2,693

205

97%
Cottonwood

1,887

2,882

164

100%
Stevens

1,928

2,261

145

100%
Yellow Medicine

1,635

2,481

142

100%
Brown

1,634

2,361

183

25%
Watonwan

1,827

2,105

137

100%
Murray

1,595

2,293

153

100%
Marshall

1,570

2,349

125

100%
Rock

1,259

2,342

101

100%
Swift

1,660

1,930

109

87%
Pipestone

1,121

2,432

112

100%
Clearwater

1,156

2,165

123

97%
Lac Qui Parle

1,471

1,716

116

100%
Cook

2,024

1,034

117

100%
Grant

1,268

1,547

117

96%
Wilkin

1,050

1,376

99

100%
Lincoln

964

1,353

68

100%
Kittson

966

881

106

74%
Mahnomen

984

759

131

100%
Norman

861

789

65

48%
Big Stone

754

799

68

91%
Red Lake

716

773

81

95%
Lake of the Woods

444

861

82

76%
Traverse

494

604

34

90%
Jackson

0

0

0

0%
Mower

0

0

0

0%
Wadena

0

0

0

0%
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Live estimates of the final vote in Minnesota’s Special Senate election

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full Senate Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

U.S. House ›

Dem. 4 won (+1 seat) 2 lead

Rep. 2 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 4 won (+1 seat) 2 lead

Rep. 2 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. Lead Win Flip

Rep. Lead Win Flip

Other Lead Win Flip

Live Estimates of the Final Vote in Minnesota’s House Races

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full House Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Key House Races

U.S. House District 1 ›

Feehan Dan FeehanDemocrat Dem.132,36750.1%
Hagedorn Jim HagedornRepublican Rep.132,07849.9%

264,445 votes, 87% reporting (605 of 698 precincts)

See Full Race Results  ›

Republicans see an opportunity to flip a Democratic-held seat in the state’s southern tier that they nearly won in 2016. The incumbent, Mr. Walz, is leaving Congress and running for governor. Jim Hagedorn, a businessman who narrowly lost to Mr. Walz two years ago, is campaigning again with the benefit of name recognition. Dan Feehan, the Democrat, is a military veteran and former Defense Department official. The race has been rated as a tossup.

See Full Race Results  ›

U.S. House District 2 ›

Craig Angie CraigDemocrat Dem.173,62152.7%
Lewis* Jason Lewis*Republican Rep.156,10747.3%

329,728 votes, 99% reporting (288 of 292 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Representative Jason Lewis, a first-term Republican who shares President Trump’s bravado, lost his seat in a swing district that includes Twin Cities suburbs and southern Minnesota farmland. This was the second time he faced his Democratic opponent, Angie Craig, a businesswoman. Just two years ago, he defeated her. During the campaign, Mr. Lewis was criticized for sexist comments he made years ago when he was a radio host.

See Full Race Results  ›

U.S. House District 3 ›

Phillips Dean PhillipsDemocrat Dem.202,40255.7%
Paulsen* Erik Paulsen*Republican Rep.160,83844.3%

363,240 votes, 100% reporting (248 of 248 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Representative Erik Paulsen, a Republican, failed to win re-election in his affluent suburban district where Hillary Clinton won by nine percentage points. Dean Phillips, a Democrat who called for initiatives to limit climate change and supported gun control measures, defeated him. Mr. Paulsen had tried to distance himself from President Trump, but he favored the Republican tax bill and voted to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

See Full Race Results  ›

U.S. House District 8 ›

Stauber Pete StauberRepublican Rep.143,85750.2%
Radinovich Joe RadinovichDemocrat Dem.130,78145.7%
Sandman Skip SandmanIndependence Indep.11,6474.1%

286,285 votes, 90% reporting (722 of 806 precincts)

See Full Race Results  ›

Perhaps no Democratic-held congressional seat is more endangered than this one. The incumbent, Rick Nolan, barely won in 2016 and is not seeking another term. The expansive district, which stretches from the Minneapolis exurbs through the mining towns of the Iron Range, is heavily unionized, and for decades it was solidly Democratic territory. But President Trump is very popular — he carried the district by 16 percentage points — and his trade policies have lifted the region’s iron mines.

Pete Stauber, a county commissioner and former Duluth police lieutenant, is the Trump-endorsed Republican candidate. Joe Radinovich, a former state legislator who won the Democratic nomination, previously managed Mr. Nolan’s campaign.

See Full Race Results  ›

Governor ›

Walz Tim WalzDemocrat Dem.1,341,36654.4%
Johnson Jeff JohnsonRepublican Rep.1,035,15041.9%
Wright Chris WrightGRP GRP65,4662.7%
Welter Josh WelterLibertarian Lib.25,6701.0%

2,467,652 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)

See Full Race Results  ›

See Full Race Results  ›

Results Map

WalzJohnsonWright
Hennepin

420,319

181,137

14,986

99%
Ramsey

168,333

62,778

6,805

99%
Dakota

107,709

84,746

5,503

98%
Anoka

76,233

75,957

5,033

100%
Washington

67,651

57,465

3,023

99%
St. Louis

56,954

32,954

2,694

90%
Olmsted

38,618

30,521

1,366

99%
Scott

29,231

34,206

1,820

100%
Stearns

26,708

36,829

1,688

100%
Carver

22,334

26,822

1,154

100%
Sherburne

13,854

23,728

1,159

100%
Wright

11,287

18,768

985

70%
Crow Wing

10,957

16,922

891

94%
Rice

14,916

12,366

798

100%
Blue Earth

16,317

10,806

751

100%
Clay

12,750

10,301

874

100%
Otter Tail

8,568

13,887

560

80%
Goodhue

9,947

11,075

641

98%
Chisago

8,535

12,294

770

96%
Winona

11,894

8,679

601

100%
Itasca

9,558

9,807

724

94%
Kandiyohi

7,490

10,437

487

100%
Beltrami

8,828

8,317

604

100%
Carlton

9,073

6,643

504

100%
Steele

6,992

8,732

435

100%
Nicollet

9,156

6,132

302

100%
Benton

5,655

8,892

418

96%
Becker

5,400

8,784

423

100%
Morrison

4,123

9,711

339

100%
Cass

5,315

8,141

421

100%
Freeborn

6,846

6,651

368

100%
Le Sueur

5,533

6,827

336

100%
Isanti

4,079

7,098

393

68%
Douglas

4,171

7,148

214

73%
Pine

4,734

6,149

395

96%
McLeod

3,717

6,986

300

93%
Mille Lacs

3,927

6,292

367

100%
Meeker

3,584

6,325

275

100%
Hubbard

3,883

5,885

266

100%
Wabasha

4,311

5,324

249

100%
Polk

4,027

5,595

281

88%
Lyon

4,143

5,468

250

100%
Fillmore

4,607

4,797

217

100%
Todd

3,058

6,244

210

100%
Dodge

3,773

5,037

224

100%
Houston

4,416

4,269

204

100%
Martin

3,232

5,190

222

100%
Waseca

3,501

4,407

161

100%
Nobles

3,000

3,734

192

100%
Sibley

2,387

3,936

164

100%
Faribault

2,627

3,495

174

100%
Renville

2,470

3,562

175

100%
Kanabec

2,357

3,516

187

95%
Roseau

1,839

4,042

139

98%
Lake

3,264

2,432

142

100%
Redwood

2,000

3,576

132

95%
Aitkin

2,307

3,213

162

59%
Chippewa

2,261

3,008

179

100%
Pope

2,276

3,014

105

100%
Koochiching

2,541

2,512

119

100%
Pennington

2,133

2,827

159

97%
Cottonwood

2,045

2,843

99

100%
Stevens

1,918

2,310

102

100%
Yellow Medicine

1,641

2,544

99

100%
Brown

1,833

2,264

113

25%
Watonwan

2,005

2,018

75

100%
Murray

1,676

2,323

91

100%
Marshall

1,436

2,512

114

100%
Rock

1,390

2,288

56

100%
Swift

1,619

1,992

104

87%
Pipestone

1,228

2,379

73

100%
Clearwater

1,123

2,236

78

97%
Lac Qui Parle

1,461

1,776

90

100%
Cook

2,054

1,009

91

100%
Grant

1,223

1,607

89

96%
Wilkin

925

1,528

71

100%
Lincoln

1,049

1,326

39

100%
Kittson

934

943

73

74%
Mahnomen

992

823

70

100%
Norman

793

853

50

48%
Big Stone

710

861

53

91%
Red Lake

696

824

53

95%
Lake of the Woods

440

861

37

76%
Traverse

466

634

26

90%
Jackson

0

0

0

0%
Mower

0

0

0

0%
Wadena

0

0

0

0%
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Attorney General

Ellison Keith EllisonDemocrat Dem.1,204,67049.6%
Wardlow Doug WardlowRepublican Rep.1,085,45044.7%
Johnson Noah JohnsonGRP GRP138,8465.7%

2,428,966 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)

Results Map

EllisonWardlowJohnson
Hennepin

390,215

192,906

31,817

99%
Ramsey

153,987

66,636

14,538

99%
Dakota

95,210

89,930

12,072

98%
Anoka

67,568

79,453

10,340

100%
Washington

58,970

60,400

7,271

99%
St. Louis

52,772

34,326

5,113

90%
Olmsted

32,917

33,069

3,487

99%
Scott

25,499

35,828

3,835

100%
Stearns

23,692

37,695

3,712

100%
Carver

19,461

27,991

2,587

100%
Sherburne

11,919

24,416

2,417

100%
Wright

9,644

19,301

2,000

70%
Crow Wing

9,576

17,507

1,659

94%
Rice

13,369

13,004

1,642

100%
Blue Earth

13,157

12,143

2,110

100%
Clay

12,172

10,265

1,419

100%
Otter Tail

7,953

14,031

953

80%
Goodhue

8,652

11,674

1,295

98%
Chisago

7,261

12,634

1,545

96%
Winona

10,338

9,304

1,248

100%
Itasca

8,600

10,124

1,234

94%
Kandiyohi

6,546

10,765

997

100%
Beltrami

8,082

8,600

1,074

100%
Carlton

8,367

6,854

923

100%
Steele

5,668

9,028

995

100%
Nicollet

7,344

6,940

1,087

100%
Benton

4,918

8,989

951

96%
Becker

5,242

8,468

767

100%
Morrison

3,549

9,863

685

100%
Cass

4,645

8,389

792

100%
Freeborn

5,571

7,230

851

100%
Le Sueur

4,421

7,364

796

100%
Isanti

3,536

7,271

776

68%
Douglas

3,631

7,331

505

73%
Pine

4,157

6,338

746

96%
McLeod

3,123

7,225

660

93%
Mille Lacs

3,417

6,463

709

100%
Meeker

3,059

6,530

543

100%
Hubbard

3,448

6,043

499

100%
Lyon

3,547

5,788

525

100%
Wabasha

3,643

5,580

606

100%
Polk

3,822

5,515

478

88%
Fillmore

3,659

5,306

539

100%
Todd

2,651

6,406

444

100%
Dodge

3,046

5,376

539

100%
Houston

3,805

4,566

429

100%
Martin

2,525

5,534

514

100%
Waseca

2,722

4,791

485

100%
Nobles

2,610

3,836

356

100%
Sibley

1,892

4,153

416

100%
Faribault

2,059

3,794

413

100%
Renville

2,112

3,750

337

100%
Kanabec

2,107

3,587

356

95%
Roseau

1,762

3,976

231

98%
Lake

3,020

2,560

267

100%
Redwood

1,670

3,726

294

95%
Aitkin

1,975

3,312

366

59%
Chippewa

1,947

3,106

355

100%
Pope

2,021

3,086

255

100%
Koochiching

2,327

2,615

231

100%
Pennington

2,029

2,795

270

97%
Cottonwood

1,639

3,030

252

100%
Stevens

1,737

2,359

218

100%
Yellow Medicine

1,455

2,587

212

100%
Brown

1,385

2,475

325

25%
Watonwan

1,539

2,289

222

100%
Murray

1,447

2,402

181

100%
Marshall

1,379

2,455

153

100%
Rock

1,192

2,372

133

100%
Swift

1,406

2,091

185

87%
Pipestone

1,074

2,450

127

100%
Clearwater

1,034

2,260

142

97%
Lac Qui Parle

1,286

1,829

164

100%
Cook

1,903

1,072

160

100%
Grant

1,108

1,632

158

96%
Wilkin

899

1,499

117

100%
Lincoln

906

1,393

88

100%
Kittson

875

942

107

74%
Mahnomen

921

812

151

100%
Norman

766

828

93

48%
Big Stone

631

876

112

91%
Red Lake

649

808

79

95%
Lake of the Woods

404

868

57

76%
Traverse

428

635

54

90%
Jackson

0

0

0

0%
Mower

0

0

0

0%
Wadena

0

0

0

0%
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State Senate

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Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 0 won 0 lead

Rep. 1 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
13 58%Howe Rep. 42%Perske Dem.98%

State House

Dem. 11 won 63 lead

Rep. 3 won 57 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 11 won 63 lead

Rep. 3 won 57 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1A 71%Fabian* Rep. 29%Moeller Dem.92%
1B 65%Kiel* Rep. 35%Lindstrom Dem.91%
2A 60%Grossell* Rep. 41%Northbird Dem.95%
2B 60%Green* Rep. 40%Branden Dem.93%
3A 60%Ecklund* Dem. 41%Goutermont Rep.96%
3B 61%Murphy* Dem. 39%MacDonald Rep.95%
4A 66%Lien* Dem. 35%Idso Rep.100%
4B 59%Marquart* Dem. 41%Peterson Rep.79%
5A 50%Persell Dem. 50%Bliss* Rep.99%
5B 52%Layman* Rep. 48%Medure Dem.93%
6A 62%Sandstede* Dem. 38%Anderson Rep.98%
6B 62%Lislegard Dem. 38%Tomczak Rep.79%
7A 73%Schultz* Dem. 27%Krivogorsky Rep.93%
7B 72%Olson* Dem. 28%Burley Rep.100%
8A 59%Nornes* Rep. 41%Johnson Dem.88%
8B 64%Franson* Rep. 36%Kulp Dem.72%
9A 69%Poston* Rep. 31%Hering Dem.70%
9B 72%Kresha* Rep. 28%Browning Dem.100%
10A 62%Heintzeman* Rep. 38%Menk Dem.100%
10B 67%Lueck* Rep. 33%Yetzer Dem.71%
11A 58%Sundin* Dem. 42%Dotseth Rep.98%
11B 60%Rarick* Rep. 40%Burkhardt Dem.95%
12A 62%Backer* Rep. 38%Smart Dem.95%
12B 72%Anderson* Rep. 29%Schirmers Dem.95%
13A 61%Demuth Rep. 39%Read Dem.100%
13B 65%O'Driscoll* Rep. 36%Everett Dem.95%
14A 52%Theis* Rep. 48%Putnam Dem.100%
14B 58%Wolgamott Dem. 42%Knoblach* Rep.100%
15A 64%Erickson* Rep. 36%Minzel Dem.100%
15B 60%Mekeland Rep. 34%Scapanski Dem.100%
16A 68%Swedzinski* Rep. 32%Wyatt-Yerka Dem.100%
16B 64%Torkelson* Rep. 36%Kimmel Dem.65%
17A 60%Miller* Rep. 40%Koenen Dem.96%
17B 69%Baker* Rep. 31%Flowe Dem.100%
18A 70%Urdahl* Rep. 24%Vold Dem.95%
18B 67%Gruenhagen* Rep. 33%Latzke Dem.98%
19A 54%Brand Dem. 46%Spears Rep.100%
19B 64%Considine* Dem. 37%Steck Rep.100%
20A 64%Vogel* Rep. 36%Droher Kline Dem.100%
20B 55%Lippert Dem. 45%Gare Rep.100%
21A 57%Haley* Rep. 43%Clark Dem.100%
21B 64%Drazkowski* Rep. 36%Isenor Dem.98%
22A 67%Schomacker* Rep. 33%Kaufman Dem.100%
22B 66%Hamilton* Rep. 34%Johnson Dem.81%
23A 63%Gunther* Rep. 37%Klassen Dem.85%
23B 60%Munson* Rep. 40%Grabowska Dem.100%
24A 61%Petersburg* Rep. 39%Heegard Dem.100%
24B 60%Daniels* Rep. 40%Marthaler Dem.100%
25A 54%Quam* Rep. 46%Mahlberg Dem.100%
25B 60%Sauke* Dem. 40%Bush Rep.100%
26A 63%Liebling* Dem. 37%Wilson Rep.95%
26B 54%Pierson* Rep. 46%Clark Dem.100%
27A 57%Bennett* Rep. 43%Gjersvik Dem.98%
27B 55%Green Rep. 45%Poppe* Dem.7%
28A 0%Pelowski* Dem.Uncontested
28B 56%Davids* Rep. 45%Trehus Dem.100%
29A 69%McDonald* Rep. 31%Cardarelle Dem.91%
29B 63%O'Neill* Rep. 37%McGinty Dem.56%
30A 64%Zerwas* Rep. 36%Hamlin Dem.93%
30B 65%Lucero* Rep. 35%Fernandez Dem.38%
31A 69%Daudt* Rep. 31%Brown Dem.83%
31B 65%Bahr* Rep. 36%Larson Dem.100%
32A 64%Johnson* Rep. 36%Berg Dem.85%
32B 58%Neu* Rep. 42%Peterson Dem.93%
33A 59%Hertaus* Rep. 41%Thomas Dem.100%
33B 51%Morrison Dem. 50%Pugh* Rep.100%
34A 57%Robbins Rep. 44%Solon Dem.100%
34B 53%Bahner Dem. 47%Smith* Rep.100%
35A 55%Heinrich Rep. 46%Vikander Dem.100%
35B 57%Scott* Rep. 43%Eckhardt Dem.100%
36A 52%Stephenson Dem. 48%Maresh Rep.100%
36B 63%Hortman* Dem. 37%Botsio Rep.100%
37A 56%Koegel* Dem. 44%Wilder Rep.100%
37B 50%West* Rep. 50%Malik Dem.100%
38A 55%Runbeck* Rep. 45%Fogarty Dem.100%
38B 51%Wazlawik Dem. 49%Anderson Rep.100%
39A 56%Dettmer* Rep. 44%Mozey Dem.100%
39B 50%Christensen Dem. 50%Lohmer* Rep.100%
40A 73%Nelson* Dem. 27%True Rep.100%
40B 73%Vang Dem. 27%Marvin Rep.100%
41A 65%Bernardy* Dem. 35%Erickson Rep.100%
41B 65%Kunesh-Podein* Dem. 35%Utz Ind.81%
42A 58%Moller Dem. 42%Jessup* Rep.100%
42B 60%Becker-Finn* Dem. 40%Yang Rep.100%
43A 62%Fischer* Dem. 39%Cardinal Rep.93%
43B 62%Lillie* Dem. 38%Bucholz Rep.100%
44A 54%Klevorn Dem. 46%Anderson* Rep.100%
44B 63%Acomb Dem. 37%Porter Rep.100%
45A 65%Carlson* Dem. 35%Johnson Rep.100%
45B 73%Freiberg* Dem. 28%Merriman Rep.100%
46A 73%Winkler Dem. 27%McCusker Rep.100%
46B 76%Youakim* Dem. 24%Moore Rep.100%
47A 65%Nash* Rep. 35%Gerold Dem.100%
47B 50%Boe Rep. 50%Leggett Dem.100%
48A 60%Pryor* Dem. 41%Cousins Rep.100%
48B 51%Kotyza-Witthuhn Dem. 49%Loon* Rep.100%
49A 58%Edelson Dem. 42%Anselmo* Rep.100%
49B 62%Elkins Dem. 38%Sikich Rep.100%
50A 68%Howard Dem. 32%Johnson Rep.100%
50B 61%Carlson* Dem. 39%Anderson Rep.100%
51A 61%Masin* Dem. 39%Kiner Rep.91%
51B 62%Halverson* Dem. 38%Willetts Rep.92%
52A 66%Hansen* Dem. 34%Arntson Rep.100%
52B 54%Richardson Dem. 46%Barr* Rep.100%
53A 61%Xiong Dem. 39%Turonie Rep.100%
53B 52%Sandell Dem. 48%Fenton* Rep.100%
54A 51%Claflin Dem. 49%Franke* Rep.100%
54B 51%Jurgens* Rep. 49%Folch Dem.100%
55A 52%Tabke Dem. 48%Mortensen Rep.100%
55B 61%Albright* Rep. 39%Christensen Dem.100%
56A 53%Cantrell Dem. 47%Christensen* Rep.100%
56B 53%Mann Dem. 47%Peterson* Rep.100%
57A 55%Bierman Dem. 42%Lundin Rep.100%
57B 52%Huot Dem. 48%Wills* Rep.100%
58A 56%Koznick* Rep. 44%Williams Dem.100%
58B 60%Garofalo* Rep. 40%Vagts Dem.96%
59A 86%Lee* Dem. 14%Statema Rep.100%
59B 83%Dehn* Dem. 18%Johnson Rep.100%
60A 87%Loeffler* Dem. 13%Winsor Rep.100%
60B 87%Noor Dem. 13%Patino Rep.100%
61A 86%Hornstein* Dem. 14%Hansen Rep.100%
61B 86%Long Dem. 14%Missling Rep.100%
62A 91%Hassan Dem. 9%Lundeen Rep.100%
62B 92%Gomez Dem. 8%Peterson Rep.100%
63A 89%Davnie* Dem. 11%Bragg Rep.100%
63B 81%Wagenius* Dem. 19%Pafko Rep.100%
64A 84%Her Dem. 16%Griffin Rep.100%
64B 80%Pinto* Dem. 20%Pouliot Rep.100%
65A 87%Moran* Dem. 13%Giordana Rep.100%
65B 82%Mariani* Dem. 18%Stokely Rep.100%
66A 75%Hausman* Dem. 26%Heyer Rep.100%
66B 84%Lesch* Dem. 16%Richard Rep.100%
67A 0%Mahoney* Dem.Uncontested
67B 78%Xiong Dem. 22%Turk Rep.100%
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* Incumbent 

Secretary of State

Simon* Steve Simon*Democrat Dem.1,280,22652.8%
Howe John HoweRepublican Rep.1,045,87243.1%
Denney William DenneyIndependence Indep.98,6884.1%

2,424,786 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)

* Incumbent

Auditor

Blaha Julie BlahaDemocrat Dem.1,204,98249.9%
Myhra Pam MyhraRepublican Rep.1,033,31142.8%
Ford Michael FordIndependent Ind.127,7195.3%
Dock Chris DockLibertarian Lib.50,8992.1%

2,416,911 votes, 93% reporting (3,828 of 4,113 precincts)