Election Results Archive

2018 RESULTS

Incumbent AG Steve Marshall (R) has won the AG race over Joseph Siegelman (D) by a margin of 58.9% to 41.1% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Republican

Incumbent AG Steve Marshall

Democrat

Joseph Siegelman

Phil Weiser (D) has won the AG open seat race over George Brauchler (R) and William Robertson (L) by a margin of 50% to 47% to 3.0% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

Phil Weiser

Republican

George Brauchler

Independent

William Robertson (L)

State Representative William Tong (D) has won the AG open seat race over Sue Hatfield (R) and Peter Goselin (G) by a margin of 52.3% to 46.6% to 1.1% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

State Representative William Tong

Republican

Sue Hatfield

Independent

Peter Goselin (G)

Kathy Jennings (D) has won the AG open seat race over Bernard Pepukayi (R) by a margin of 61.3% to 38.7% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

Kathy Jennings

Republican

Bernard Pepukayi

Ashley Moody (R) has won the AG open seat race over State Representative Sean Shaw (D) and Jeffrey Marc Siskind (no party affiliation) by a margin of 52.2% to 46% to 1.8% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Republican

Ashley Moody

Democrat

State Representative Sean Shaw

Independent

Jeffrey Marc Siskind (no party affiliation)

State Senator Kwame Raoul (D) has won the Illinois AG open seat race over Erika Harold (R) and Bubba Harsy (L) by a margin of 54.1% to 43.3% to 2.5% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

State Senator Kwame Raou

Republican

Erika Harold

Dana Nessel (D) has won the AG open seat race over Speaker Tom Leonard (R), Lisa Lane Gioia (L), Christopher Graveline (I), and Gerald Van Sickle (U.S.T. Party) by a margin of 49% to 46.3% to 2.1% to 1.7% to .9% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

Dana Nessel

Republican

Speaker Tom Leonard

Independent

Lisa Lane Gioia (L)

Independent

Christopher Graveline (I)

Independent

Gerald Van Sickle (U.S.T. Party)

U.S. Congressman Keith Ellison (D) has won the AG open seat race over Doug Wardlow (R) and Noah Johnson (G) by a margin of 49.1% to 45.2% to 5.7% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

U.S. Congressman Keith Ellison

Republican

Doug Wardlow

Independent

Noah Johnson (G)

State Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford (D) has won the AG open seat race over Wes Duncan (R) and Joel Hansen (I) by a margin of 47.2% to 46.8% to 3.3% with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

State Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford

Republican

Wes Duncan

Independent

Joel Hansen (I)

Public Advocate for the City of New York Letitia James (D) has won the AG open seat race over Keith Wofford (R) and several third party candidates with 61.9% of the vote with 100% of precincts reporting.

Democrat

Public Advocate for the City of New York Letitia James

Republican

Keith Wofford

2017 RESULTS

Mark Herring (D) defeated John Adams (R) by a margin of 53.3% to 46.7% with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

Incumbent AG Mark Herring

Republican

Joh Adams

2016 RESULTS

Curtis Hill (R) defeated Lorenzo Arredondo (D) by a margin of 61.9% to 38.1% with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

Lorenzo Arredondo, Retired Circuit Judge

Republican

Curtis Hill, Elkhart County Prosecutor

Josh Hawley (R) defeated Teresa Hensley (D) by a margin of 58.5% to 41.5% with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

Teresa Hensley, former Cass County Prosecutor

Republican

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.

Democrat

Larry Jent, former State Senator

Republican

Incumbent AG Tim Fox

Josh Stein (D) defeated Buck Newton (R) by a margin of 50.2% to 49.8% (approximately 20,500 votes) with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

Josh Stein, State Senator and former Senior Deputy Attorney General

Republican

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.

Democrat

Incumbent AG Ellen Rosenblum

Republican

Daniel Zene Crowe, former U.S. Army Judge Advocate

Josh Shapiro (D) defeated John Rafferty (R) by a margin of 51.4% to 48.6% with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

Josh Shapiro, Montgomery County Commissioner and former State Representative

Republican

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.

Democrat

Jon V. Harper, attorney* *Harper dropped out of the race on September 21 citing medical reasons; His name will appear on the ballot.

Republican

Incumbent AG Sean Reyes

Independent

Michael Isbell, Retired Attorney

Libertarian

W. Andrew McCullough, Attorney

T.J. Donovan (D) defeated Deborah Bucknam (R) by a margin of 66.6% to 29.5% with 100% precincts reporting.

Democrat

T.J. Donovan, Chittenden County States Attorney and 2012 AG Candidate

Republican

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.

Democrat

Incumbent AG Bob Ferguson

Republican

None

Libertarian

Joshua B. Turnbull

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.

Democrat

Doug Reynolds, State Delegate and Attorney

Republican

Incumbent AG Patrick Morrisey

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