Overall

The 2022 U.S. Midterms took place on November 8th, 2022

Senate

State Winner Percentage Notes
Alabama
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Bradley Byrne (R)
Bradley Byrne: 60.15%

Christopher England: 39.04%

Other: 0.81%

Incumbent

retired


Republican

hold

Alaska
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Lisa Murkowski (R)
Lisa Murkowski: 40.25%

Mark Begich: 37.21%

Bill Walker: 22.54%

Republican

hold

Arizona
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Mark Kelly (D)
Mark Kelly: 52.90%

Kelli Ward: 45.73%

Other: 1.37%

Democratic

hold

Arkansas
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John Boozman (R)
John Boozman: 65.28%

Joyce Elliott: 34.72%

Republican

hold

California
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Karen Bass (D)
Karen Bass: 52.07%

Xavier Becerra: 47.93%

Incumbent

retired to run for

California special



Democratic

hold

California

(Special)

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Alex Padilla (D)
Alex Padilla: 50.78%

Adam Schiff: 49.22%

Incumbent

retired


Democratic

hold

Colorado
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Michael Bennet (D)
Michael Bennet: 54.68%

Ken Buck: 42.13%

Other: 3.19%

Democratic

hold

Conneticut
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Richard Blumenthal (D)
Richard Blumenthal: 65.62%

Dan Carter: 32.95%

Other: 1.43%

Democratic

hold

Florida
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Marco Rubio (R)
Marco Rubio: 49.58%

Val Demings: 47.67%

Other: 2.75%

Republican

hold

Georgia
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Raphael Warnock (D)
Raphael Warnock: 51.46%

Karen Handel: 48.54%

Democratic

hold

Hawaii
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Brian Schatz (D)
Brian Schatz: 77.32%

Shirlene Ostrov: 19.87%

Other: 2.81%

Democratic

hold

Idaho
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Mike Crapo (R)
Mike Crapo: 76.33%

Rudy Soto: 23.67%

Republican

hold

Illinois
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Tammy Duckworth (D)
Tammy Duckworth: 57.30%

Bill Brady: 40.08%

Other: 2.62%

Democratic

hold

Indiana
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Todd Young (R)
Todd Young: 52.25%

Pete Buttigieg: 40.11%

Lucy Brenton: 7.64%

Republican

hold

Iowa
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Cindy Axne (D)
Cindy Axne: 50.03%

Pat Grassley: 49.97%

Incumbent

retired


Democratic

gain

Kansas
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Jerry Moran (R)
Jerry Moran: 59.34%

James Thompson: 35.77%

Other: 4.89%

Republican

hold

Kentucky
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Rand Paul (R)
Rand Paul: 55.16%

Jack Conway: 44.84%

Republican

hold

Louisiana
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John Neely Kennedy (R)
(Runoff)

John Kennedy: 56.96%

Mitch Landrieu: 43.04%

Republican

hold

Maryland
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Chris Van Hollen (D)
Chris Van Hollen: 64.20%

J.B. Jennings: 33.42%

Other: 2.38%

Democratic

hold

Missouri
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Roy Blunt (R)
Roy Blunt: 53.85%

Nicole Galloway: 46.15%

Republican

hold

Nevada
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Catherine Cortez Masto (D)
Catherine Cortez Masto: 49.24%

Brian Sandoval: 48.56%

Other: 2.20%

Democratic

hold

New Hampshire
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Maggie Hassan (D)
Maggie Hassan: 46.742%

Chris Sununu: 46.741%

Other: 6.517%

Democratic

hold

New York
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Chuck Schumer (D)
Chuck Schumer: 65.48%

Nick Langworthy: 31.03%

Other: 3.49%

Democratic

hold

North Carolina
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Jeff Jackson (D)
Jeff Jackson: 49.52%

Pat McCrory: 49.41%

Other: 1.07%

Incumbent

retired


Democratic

gain

North Dakota
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John Hoeven (R)
John Hoeven: 87.55%

Ben Vig: 10.06%

Other: 2.39%

Republican

hold

Ohio
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Rob Portman (R)
Rob Portman: 61.67%

Nan Whaley: 38.33%

Republican

hold

Oklahoma
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James Lankford (R)
James Lankford: 68.15%

Emily Virgin: 31.03%

Other: 0.82%

Republican

hold

Oregon
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Ron Wyden (D)
Ron Wyden: 63.80%

Kim Thatcher: 30.88%

Other: 5.32%

Democratic

hold

Pennsylvania
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Conor Lamb (D)
Conor Lamb: 49.05%

Scott Perry: 48.04%

Other: 2.91%

Incumbent

retired


Democratic

gain

South Carolina
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Tim Scott (R)
Tim Scott: 56.78%

Stephen Benjamin: 40.08%

Other: 3.14%

Republican

hold

South Dakota
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John Thune (R)
John Thune: 69.50%

Paula Hawks: 30.50%

Republican

hold

Utah
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Mike Lee (R)
Mike Lee: 50.83%

Jackie Biskupski: 37.44%

Ed McMullin: 11.73%

Republican

hold

Vermont
T.J. Donovan (D)
T.J. Donovan: 66.90%

Donald Turner: 30.57%

Other: 2.53%

Incumbent

Retired


Democratic hold

Washington
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Patty Murray (D)
Patty Murray: 56.71%

Jaime Herrera Beutler: 41.09%

Other: 2.20%

Democratic

hold

Wisconsin
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Mandela Barnes (D)
Mandela Barnes: 50.58%

Ron Johnson: 49.42%

Democratic

gain

Senate Candidates

House

2022 United States House of Representatives elections (Jake's World)

Gubernatorial

State Winner Percentage Notes
Alabama
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Kay Ivey (R)
Kay Ivey: 49.48%

Randall Woodfin: 47.23%

Other: 3.29%

Republican

hold

Alaska
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Mike Dunleavy (R)
Mike Dunleavy: 40.40%

Chris Tuck: 40.19%

Al Gross: 13.26%

Beth Weldon: 6.15%

Republican

hold

Arizona
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Ruben Gallego (D)
Ruben Gallego: 51.57%

Ben Quayle: 46.26%

Other: 2.17%

Incumbent

term-limited


Democratic

gain

Arkansas
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Tim Griffin (R)
Tim Griffin: 73.24%

Jim Hendren: 23.49%

Other: 3.27%

Incumbent

term-limited


Republican

hold

California
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Eleni Kounalakis (D)
Eleni Kounalakis: 62.46%

Kevin Faulconer: 32.56%

Other: 4.98%

Incumbent

primaried


Democratic

hold

Colorado
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Jared Polis (D)
Jared Polis: 56.10%

John Cooke: 41.80%

Other: 2.10%

Democratic

hold

Connecticut
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Ned Lamont (D)
Ned Lamont: 54.15%

Candace Owens Farmer: 44.01%

Other: 1.84%

Democratic

hold

Florida
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Nikki Fried (D)
Nikki Fried: 44.45%

Ron DeSantis: 43.69%

David Jolly: 11.86%

Democratic

gain

Georgia
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Stacey Abrams (D)
Stacey Abrams: 50.06%

Brian Kemp: 48.89%

Other: 1.05%

Democratic

gain

Hawaii
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Josh Green (D)
Josh Green: 58.57%

Andria Tupola: 30.31%

Other: 1.12%

Incumbent

term-limited


Democratic

hold

Idaho
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Brad Little (R)
Brad Little: 57.92%

Matthew Erpelding: 40.36%

Other: 1.72%

Republican

hold

Illinois
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J.B. Pritzker (D)
J.B. Pritzker: 57.47%

Evelyn Sanguinetti: 40.01%

Other: 2.52%

Democratic

hold

Iowa
Abby Finkenauer (D)
Abby Finkenauer: 49.51%

Kim Reynolds: 47.47%

Other: 3.02%

Democratic

gain

Kansas
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Laura Kelly (D)
Laura Kelly: 50.23%

Susan Wagle: 40.91%

John Doll: 8.86%

Democratic

hold

Maine
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Janet Mills (D)
Janet Mills: 45.99%

Paul LaPage: 41.36%

Justin Chenette (write-in): 11.65%

Democratic

hold

Maryland
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John Delaney (D)
John Delaney: 51.37%

Boyd Rutherford: 46.50%

Other: 2.13%

Incumbent

term-limited


Democratic

gain

Massachusetts
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Charlie Baker (R)
Charlie Baker: 49.38%

Marty Walsh: 40.25%

Vermin Supreme: 10.37%

Republican

hold

Michigan
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Gretchen Whitmer (D)
Gretchen Whitmer: 58.02%

Lee Chatfield: 40.45%

Other: 1.53%

Democratic

hold

Minnesota
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Keith Ellison (DFL)
Keith Ellison: 49.63%

Paul Gazelka: 47.14%

Other: 3.23%

Incumbent

primaried


Democratic

hold

Nebraska
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Mike Foley (R)
Mike Foley: 61.48%

Bob Krist: 35.31%

Other: 3.21%

Incumbent

term-limited


Republican

hold

Nevada
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Steve Sisolak (D)
Steven Sisolak: 50.00%

Danny Tarkanian: 48.94%

Other: 1.06%

Democratic

hold

New Hampshire
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Chris Pappas (D)
Chris Pappas: 50.95%

Don Bolduc: 49.05%


Incumbent

retired to run

for U.S. Senate


Democratic

gain

New Mexico
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Howie Morales (D)
Howie Morales: 55.14%

Yvette Herrell: 42.49%

Other: 2.37%

Incumbent retired

to become HUD secretary


Democratic

hold

New York
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Andrew Cuomo (D)
Andrew Cuomo: 57.06%

Lee Zeldin: 39.13%

Other: 3.81%

Democratic

hold

Ohio
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Mike DeWine (R)
Mike DeWine: 42.67%

John Cranley: 29.98%

Nina Turner: 27.35%

Republican

hold

Oklahoma
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Kevin Stitt (R)
Kevin Stitt: 58.99%

Kay Floyd: 41.01%

Republican

hold

Oregon
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Ted Wheeler (D)
Ted Wheeler: 52.10%

Tim Knopp: 45.58%

Other: 2.32%

Incumbent

term-limited


Democratic

hold

Pennsylvania
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Josh Shapiro (D)
Josh Shapiro: 49.76%

Lou Barletta: 49.63%

Other: 0.61%

Incumbent

term-limited

Democratic

hold

Rhode Island
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Peter Neronha (D)
Peter Neronha: 55.05%

Blake Filippi: 41.13%

Other: 3.82%

Incumbent

term-limited


Democratic

hold

South Carolina
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Henry McMaster (R)
Henry McMaster: 51.35%

Bakari Sellers: 46.27%

Other: 2.38%

Republican

hold

South Dakota
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Kristi Noem (R)
Kristi Noem: 55.47%

Michelle Lavallee: 42.83%

Other: 1.70%

Republican

hold

Tennessee
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Bill Lee (R)
Bill Lee: 62.67%

Raumesh Akbari: 35.01%

Other: 2.32%

Republican

hold

Texas
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Joaquin Castro (D)
Joaquin Castro: 46.90%

Greg Abbott: 46.76%

Other: 6.34%

Democratic

gain

Vermont
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Phil Scott (R)
Phil Scott: 53.26%

Becca Balint: 43.66%

Other: 3.08%

Republican

hold

Wisconsin
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Tony Evers (D)
Tony Evers : 51.11%

Rebecca Kleefisch: 46.58%

Other: 2.31%

Democratic

hold

Wyoming
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Mark Gordon (R)
Mark Gordon: 71.93%

Mike Gierau: 25.35%

Other: 2.72%

Republican

hold


Mayoral

City Winner Percentage
Los Angeles, California
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Kevin de Leon (Nonpartisan-D)
Kevin de Leon: 78.35%

Joe Buscaino: 20.03%

Other: 1.62%

District of Columbia
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Muriel Bowser (D)
Bowser: 86.71%

Moulton: 8.11%

Wilcox: 4.18%

Other: 1.00%

General election campaign

The general election campaign was described by many as the "most dramatic and narrow in modern day midterm history". Millions of dollars on both sides were spent on races like NC, WI, PA, NH, etc.

Top 10 total raised money of 2022 (senate)

Rank Race Total Raised
1 Wisconsin Senate $214,384,109
2 North Carolina Senate $210,697,745
3 New Hampshire Senate $167,433,000
4 Iowa Senate $141,650,184
5 Pennsylvania Senate $137,451,038
6 Arizona Senate $115,635,194
7 Indiana Senate $114,149,585
8 Missouri Senate $114,121,678
9 Georgia Senate $108,715,049
10 Florida Senate $101,531,860

Campaign rallies

TO BE CONTINUED...

Early 2022 senate rankings (as of November 27th, 2020)

Safe Democratic Likely Democratic Leans Democratic Tossup Leans Republican Likely Republican Safe Republican
California

Connecticut

Hawaii

Illinois

Maryland

New York

Oregon

Vermont

Washington

Colorado Nevada Arizona

Georgia

Iowa

New Hampshire

North Carolina

Pennsylvania

Wisconsin

Florida Alaska

Indiana

Missouri

Alabama

Arkansas

Idaho

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

South Carolina

South Dakota

Utah

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