Election Results Archive
Mark Herring (D) defeated John Adams (R) by a margin of 53.3% to 46.7% with 100% precincts reporting.
Incumbent AG Mark Herring
Indiana (Open Seat)
Curtis Hill (R) defeated Lorenzo Arredondo (D) by a margin of 61.9% to 38.1% with 100% precincts reporting.
Lorenzo Arredondo, Retired Circuit Judge
Curtis Hill, Elkhart County Prosecutor
Missouri (Open Seat)
Josh Hawley (R) defeated Teresa Hensley (D) by a margin of 58.5% to 41.5% with 100% precincts reporting.
Teresa Hensley, former Cass County Prosecutor
Josh Hawley, law professor at the University of Missouri School of Law and former clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts
Incumbent Tim Fox (R) defeated Larry Jent (D) by a margin of 67.6% to 32.4% with 100% precincts reporting.
Larry Jent, former State Senator
Incumbent AG Tim Fox
North Carolina (Open Seat)
Josh Stein (D) defeated Buck Newton (R) by a margin of 50.2% to 49.8% (approximately 20,500 votes) with 100% precincts reporting.
Josh Stein, State Senator and former Senior Deputy Attorney General
Buck Newton, State Senator and former Wilson County GOP Chair
Incumbent Ellen Rosenblum (D) defeated Daniel Zene Crowe (R) by a margin of 54.9% to 42% with 100% precincts reporting.
Incumbent AG Ellen Rosenblum
Daniel Zene Crowe, former U.S. Army Judge Advocate
Pennsylvania (Open Seat)
Josh Shapiro (D) defeated John Rafferty (R) by a margin of 51.4% to 48.6% with 100% precincts reporting.
Josh Shapiro, Montgomery County Commissioner and former State Representative
John Rafferty, State Senator
Incumbent Sean Reyes (R) defeated Jon Harper (D) by a margin of 65.4% to 25.1% with 100% precincts reporting. Andrew McCullough (L) and Michael Isbell (I) received 6.7% and 2.8% of the total vote count, respectively.
Jon V. Harper, attorney* *Harper dropped out of the race on September 21 citing medical reasons; His name will appear on the ballot.
Incumbent AG Sean Reyes
Michael Isbell, Retired Attorney
W. Andrew McCullough, Attorney
Vermont (Open Seat)
T.J. Donovan (D) defeated Deborah Bucknam (R) by a margin of 66.6% to 29.5% with 100% precincts reporting.
T.J. Donovan, Chittenden County States Attorney and 2012 AG Candidate
Deborah Bucknam, former Vermont Republican Party Vice Chair
Incumbent Bob Ferguson (D) defeated Joshua Trumbull (L) by a margin of 67.1% to 32.9% with 100% precincts reporting. There was no Republican in the race.
Incumbent AG Bob Ferguson
Joshua B. Turnbull
West Virginia (Incumbent)
Incumbent Patrick Morrisey (R) has won the West Virginia AG race over Doug Reynolds (D) by a margin of 51.7% to 41.9% with 100% precincts reporting.
Doug Reynolds, State Delegate and Attorney
Incumbent AG Patrick Morrisey