What were the results of the 17 May and 24 May primary elections? Winners and losers

Three more states — Alabama, Arkansas and Georgia — Primary elections held on May 27 and Primary runoff elections were held in Texas determine who gets on the ballot paper in the federal election. The primaries covered races at all levels, including those for Congress, the governor, and the state legislature.

The 2022 midterm elections will see Americans vote for it all 435 members of the US House of Representatives, 34 US Senators and 36 state governors. The results will define the remainder of President Biden’s first term and set the stage for the 2024 race.

Alabama

Governor’s race

Governor Kay Ivey, who is seeking a second full term as governor has faced several key challenges. She received over fifty percent of the vote and secured her seat in the November election. The Democratic challenger will be decided a June 21 runoff between Malika Sanders-Fortier and Yolanda Rochelle Flowers.

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The Republican primary race in Alabama led to this a runoff between Rep. Mo Brooks, who lost former President Trump’s endorsement as his numbers slipped, and Katie Brit. She is nearly 15 points ahead of Brooks with nearly 91 percent of the ballots counted. The June 21 winner meets Democratic nominee Will Boyd.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 No candidate Carl
2 Harvey Hall Moore
3 Lin Veasey Rogers
4 Neighbors Aderholt
5 Warner Stanton FLOW AWAY
6 No candidate palmers
7 Sewell nicholas

Arkansas

Governor’s race

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who served as White House press secretary under former President Donald Trump the daughter of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, won the Republican nomination for governor of Arkansas. She will turn herself in Democratic candidate Chris Jones in November.

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Official Senator John Boozman, who has Trump’s endorsement survived a primary challenge from his right. In the general elections in this deep red state Natalie James, the Democratic nominee, will try to dethrone him.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 Hodges Crawford
2 Hathaway hill
3 Mallett-Hays womack
4 White Westman

Georgia

Governor’s race

Georgia’s main republican races were some of the most closely observed Former President Trump backed challengers from candidates he felt hadn’t fought hard enough to topple Joe Biden’s legitimate 2020 election victory in the state. Official Governor Brian Kemp, backed by former Vice President Mike Pence, left former Senator David Perdue slightly behind. The general election will be a repeat of 2018 between Kemp and Stacy Abrams who was unchallenged for the Democratic nomination.

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While Trump’s preferred candidate for Secretary of State was couldn’t beat incumbent Brad Raffensperger his election to the Republican Senate, Herschel Walker, won a seat in the November election. He will turn himself in Senator Raphael Warnock who has been in the Senate since January 2021.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 FLOW AWAY carter
2 bishop FLOW AWAY
3 Almonord Ferguson
4 Johnson Chavez
5 Williams room
6 Christian FLOW AWAY
7 McBath FLOW AWAY
8th servant Scott
9 ford clyde
10 FLOW AWAY FLOW AWAY
11 daza All milk
12 Johnson everyone
13 Scott gonzales
14 Flower Green

Texas

Texas started March 1 with the 2022 primary but a few key positions, including attorney general, the Railroad Commission that regulates the oil and gas industry, and fourteen representative U.S. races resulted in runoff elections.

Governor’s race

Official Republican Gov. Greg Abbott meets Beto O’Rourke in November. Both candidates easily outperformed their rivals to avoid a runoff.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 jefferson moran
2 Fulford Crenshaw
3 Srivastava Even
4 Omer stand out
5 hill good
6 No candidate Elzey
7 fletcher Teague
8th Jones Luttrell
9 Green leon
10 Nuno McCaul
11 No candidate tiller
12 hunt granger
13 Brown Jackson
14 Williams weaver
fifteen open from the cross
16 Escobar Armendariz-Jackson
17 forest sessions
18 Jackson Lee Montiel
19 No candidate arrington
20 Castro Sinclair
21 zapata Roy
22 Jordan Nehls
23 lira gonzales
24 McDowell VanDuyn
25 No candidate Williams
26 No candidate Citizens
27 Perez Cloud
28 open Garcia
29 Garcia Schafranek
30 crocket Rodgers
31 No candidate carter
32 Everything red swath
33 Veasey Gillespie
34 gonzales Flores
35 Marry McQueen
36 hair infant
37 Doggett Sharon Garcia
38 Klussmann hunt

Primaries May 17, 2022

Five States — Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon and Pennsylvania — held elections on Tuesday, May 17th. The primaries covered races at all levels, including those for Congress, the governor, and the state legislature.

Idaho

Governor’s race

current governor, bradlittle, faced a challenge of its own Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin endorsed by Donald Trump. The relationship between the two leaders was described as “tense”. Many pointed to their disagreements over Covid-19 public safety orders. More than once when Governor Little was out of state, McGeachin approved executive orders to ban cities and states from implementing Covid-19 mandates, but these were quickly picked up by Little upon his return.

With ninety-four percent of the votes counted Most have named Little the winner. On the democratic side Stefan Heidet will compete against the incumbent governor.

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Republican Senator Mike Crapo has won his primary, but the Democratic nominee he will face in November has not yet been determined. Senator Crapo beat three other candidates and was able to secure more than two thirds of the total votes.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 Peterson Fulcher
2 Norman Simpsons

Kentucky

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In Kentucky, Charles Booker, who is running for the Senate for the second time, meets Republican incumbent Rand Paul. Karl Bookera progressive, lost his elementary school in 2020 Amy McGrathwho lost to the Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell. Booker was able to win over seventy percent of the voters in the primary.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 Ausbrooks comer
2 Linderman Guthrie
3 McGarvey open
4 Lehman massie
5 half body Rogers

North Carolina

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Republican Senator Thomas Tillis said he is not seeking re-election, leaving the race wide open to either party. For the Democrats Former Chief Justice of North Carolina, Cheri Beasley has won the primary and will compete against each other US Congressman Ted Budd. Budd had been endorsed by ex-President Donald Trump.

House of Representatives

One of the most watched races of the night was US congressional district 11 where incumbent Madison Cawthorn ran to defend his seat against a challenger from his own party, State Senator Chuck Edwards.

Rep. Cawthorn was the youngest person elected to Congress and has been the subject of in recent days many controversial leaked photos and videos. This comes after Cawthorn said during an interview on a podcast that he had been invited from fellow Republicans to cocaine-fueled sex parties. Donald Trump has never withdrawn his support for Cawthorn, but it appears that in this case the previous president’s support was not enough to secure a victory.

district democrat republican
1 Davis blacksmith
2 Horse Villaverde
3 Gaskins Murphy
4 Fuschi Yellow
5 Community Foxx
6 manning castelli
7 open Rouzer
8th Huffman bishop
9 Clear hudson
10 called McHenry
11 Beach Ferrara Edwards
12 adams lee
13 nickel Hines
14 Jackson harrigan

Oregon

Governor’s race

Kate Brown, the current governor of Oregon, is no longer eligible for re-election. Democrat Tina Kotek, the current Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives and Christine Drazan, the House Minority Leader will compete this November.

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Democratic incumbent Senator Ron Wyden won his primary, handily, with over ninety percent of the vote. Sen. Wyden meets the Republican Jo Rae Perkinswho is an ardent supporter of QAnon conspiracy theory.

House of Representatives

district democrat republican
1 Bonamici Man
2 yetter used
3 Blumenauer Harbor
4 Hi Scarlet fever
5 salt pans erickson

Pennsylvania

Governor’s race

Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf cannot run again because he has already served two terms. Josh Shapirothe only Democrat to run meets the Republican Douglas Mastriano.

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John Fetterman, the current Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, won the Democratic primary. Fetterman received the Majority of votes in each country across the state. Conor Lamb, another Democrat favorite, only managed to secure around 26 percent of the vote after many predicted he would do better and even win the primary.

Voting in the Republican primary is much closer and a winner has yet to be determined. The two most prominent candidates in the running are Dr. Mehmet Oz, best known for his television show Dr. Oz, and former Undersecretary of the Treasury Department for International Affairs Dave McCormick.

House of Representatives

district Democratically republican
1 Ehasz Fitzpatrick
2 Young Bashir
3 Evans No candidate
4 dean birth
5 Scanlon Galluch
6 Houlahan Ciarrocchi
7 Wild sheller
8th wheelwright bow
9 forest man Meuser
10 Daniels perry
11 hollister smuggler
12 lee doyle
13 No candidate Joyce
14 No candidate Reschenthaler
fifteen No candidate Thompson
16 pastor Kelly
17 Deluzio Schäffer

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