Suspense continues over gubernatorial election in five states
The gap in the fight for governorships narrows, the Republicans have won 16 and the Democrats 13
Democrat Josh Green Wins Hawaii Gubernatorial Election
Democratic Lieutenant Governor Josh Green defeated Republican on Tuesday Duke Aiona in the gubernatorial race hawaii.
Green was Hawaii Governor David Ige’s second-in-command for the past four years. Before that, he was a senator and a state representative. Green was a doctor in rural areas of the Big Island before entering politics. He has continued to work part-time as a doctor while in the State Legislature and as Lieutenant Governor.
Follow the vote count for the Senate while the tie between Democrats and Republicans remains
While the vote count progresses in the elections this Tuesday, the tie remains in the Senate of the USA Despite the advance that the Republicans maintain in the House of Representatives.
So far, the Democrats hold 46 seats as do the Republicans.
Republicans take advantage in the dispute for control of the House of Representatives
Despite the struggle of democrats to reach the majority in the House of Representatives, Republicans maintain a large majority after the elections on Tuesday.
So far the match Joe Biden has conquered 113 squares, while the Republicans have 166.
Meanwhile in the Senate the dispute is much closer, as the Republicans maintain the lead with 45 seats and the Democrats 43.
Republican Brian Kemp was re-elected Governor of Georgia
Democrat Gavin Newsom was re-elected Governor of California
the democrat Gavin Newsom was re-elected governor of California with 2,236,987 votes.
Newson achieved a difference of more than 20% with his main contender Brian Dahl who got 1,329,524 votes.
Republican Greg Abbott was re-elected Governor of Texas
the republican Greg Abbott was reelected as governor of Texas with about 3,398,687 votes.
Abbott prevailed with a 55.3% about his Democratic opponent Beth O’Rourke who reached 2,677,044 votes.
So far Democrats have won 5 governorships and Republicans 11.
Republican Kevin Stitt was re-elected as governor of Oklahoma
the republican kevin stitt was re-elected as governor in Oklahoma with 606,717 votes. Stitt managed to get a difference of almost 200,000 votes over his main opponent, Joy Hoffmeisterwho reached 449,846 votes.
Democrat Jared Polis was re-elected Governor of Colorado
the democrat Jared Polis was re-elected governor of Colorado with 851,966 votes. Polis rose with a difference of almost 20 points over his Republican contender, Heidi Ganahlwho got 572,469 votes.
Democrats on track to win New York governor
Republican Mike DeWine was re-elected Governor of Ohio
the republican Mike DeWine was re-elected governor of Ohio with 62.7% of the votes, which represents a total of 1,796,557 of votes.
His Democratic opponent, Nan Whaleyreached 1,069,544 votes, which represents 37.3% of the support.
This is how the dispute between the Democrats and Republicans for the governorships goes
Democrats regained the governorships of Massachusetts Y Maryland.
In addition, they won in Illinois and Rhode Island. The Republicans, meanwhile, prevailed in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Wyoming, Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Arkansas.
Republican Henry McMaster was re-elected Governor of South Carolina
the republican Henry McMaster was re-elected governor of South Carolina with at least 352,252 votes, which represents 56%.
For its part, the Democratic padlock, Joe Cunninghamobtained only 275,579 votes.
Republican Chris Sununu was re-elected as governor of New Hampshire.
the republican Chris Sununuwho had the support of the president, Joe Biden, was re-elected as governor of New Hampshire.
Sununu got the 52% of the votes, which represents 55,926 votes in his favor. While the Democratic candidate, Tom Shermanreached the 46% supportsome 49,790 votes.
Democrat JB Pritzker was re-elected as Governor of Illinois
J.B. Pritzker consolidated his mandate in the region to obtain more than 204 thousand votes in his favor, almost double that of his Republican opponent Darren Bailey.
Republican Bill Lee won re-election as Governor of Tennessee
the republican Bill Lee won re-election as Governor of Tennessee with almost 900 thousand votes, a 67.5%.
Lee prevailed with almost double the number of votes over his Democratic rival, Jason Martinwho got 30.4% of the votes.
Republican Kay Ivey was re-elected as governor of Alabama.
Kay Ivey was re-elected as governor of Alabama. The Republican achieved the majority of the votes, consolidating her power in the region.
Ivey managed to at least 577,844 voteswith which he prevailed over his Democratic opponent Yolanda Flores who reached 243,967 votes.
Republican Ron DeSantis was re-elected Governor of Florida
The Governor of Florida, the Republican Ron DeSantis, was re-elected to his post by a wide margin, defeating Democratic candidate Val Demings. Thus, DeSantis is consolidated as a possible Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential elections.
DeSantisis the potential rival of donald trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
Rising star of the hard right, DeSantis, 44, unsurprisingly prevailed in this conservative state over former governor Charlie Christa former Republican who had switched parties, according to the networks ABC Y CNN.
The first results arrive
According to Associated Pressthe first new senator is Peter Welchcurrently a Democratic representative in the House, who won his bid to replace Senator Pat Leahy of Vermontwho will retire at the end of this year after being in office since 1975.
The senator Tim ScottRepublican of South Carolinahas been re-elected.
republican senator Rand Paul of Kentuckya libertarian-leaning conservative and former presidential candidate, won a third term by defeating a rival from the other end of the political spectrum, progressive Democrat Charles Booker.
representative hal rogersR-Kentucky, won and will remain the House’s longest-serving member, a distinction he earned after Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, died in March.
In South CarolinaRepublican representatives William Timmons Y Jeff Duncan they were reelected. Both opposed counting Joe Biden’s electoral college votes, reports The Washington Post. The attorney general of South Carolina, the Republican Alan Wilsonwas also re-elected.