Pennsylvania Gov.

DEM

Estimated 0 percent of precincts reporting

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Josh Shapiro00%

Pennsylvania Gov.

GOP

Estimated 99 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Douglas Mastriano589,61443.9%
Lou Barletta272,21820.3
Bill McSwain211,67815.8
Other candidates270,35220.1

Pennsylvania Senate

DEM

Estimated 98 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
John Fetterman744,19558.7%
Conor Lamb332,76126.3
Malcolm Kenyatta136,47010.8
Other candidates53,6834.2

NC 11th District

GOP

Estimated 98 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Chuck Edwards29,42933.4%
Madison Cawthorn *28,09631.9
Matthew Burril8,3149.4
Other candidates22,25225.3

* Incumbent

Pennsylvania Senate

GOP

Estimated 99 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Mehmet Oz418,53531.2%
Dave McCormick417,46531.1
Kathy Barnette330,67124.7
Other candidates173,80413.0

North Carolina Senate

DEM

Estimated 99 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Cheri Beasley497,84781.1%
James Carr21,6823.5
Alyssia Hammond20,7273.4
Other candidates73,44512.0

North Carolina Senate

GOP

Estimated 99 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Ted Budd445,42558.6%
Pat McCrory186,85424.6
Mark Walker70,1429.2
Other candidates57,3367.5

Idaho Governor

DEM

Estimated 0 percent of precincts reporting

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Stephen Heidt00%

Idaho Governor

GOP

Estimated 98 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Brad Little *148,83052.8%
Janice McGeachin90,85232.2
Edward Humphreys30,87711.0
Other candidates11,2454.0

* Incumbent

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