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Candidates in bold were on ballots representing electoral votes. All other candidates were on the ballots of fewer than 10 states, electors, and less than 20% of voters nationwide. Financing and advertising. The United States presidential election of broke new records in financing, fundraising, and negative campaigning. The United States gubernatorial elections were held in 12 states (including a recall election in Wisconsin on June 5) and two territories. Of the eight Democratic and four Republican seats contested, only that of North Carolina changed party hands, giving the Republicans a net gain of one governorship. These elections (except for Wisconsin) coincided with the presidential election on. Latest on the National Elections from the chesapeakecharge.com Politics team. Headlines and video, candidates' positions on the issues, fundraising totals, States to .
The United States gubernatorial elections were held in 12 states including a recall election in Wisconsin on June 5 and two territories. Of the eight Democratic and four Republican seats contested, only that of North Carolina changed party hands, giving the Republicans a net gain of one governorship. These elections except for Wisconsin coincided with the presidential election on November 6, Red denotes states won by Republicans.
Blue denotes states won by Democrats. Grey denotes states won by Independents. Governor Togiola Tulafono , who had served as Governor since , was ineligible to run for re-election due to term limits. Governor Brian Schweitzer was term-limited in Steve Bullock and Rick Hill won their respective primaries. Bullock defeated Hill and Libertarian Ron Vandevender in the general election. Governor John Lynch retired rather than running for re-election. Former Chairman of the New Hampshire Board of Education Ovide Lamontagne, who narrowly lost the Republican primary for Senate in , defeated conservative activist and former state representative Kevin Smith and Bill Tarr to win the Republican nomination.
New Hampshire does not have a position of Lieutenant Governor. Governor Beverly Perdue retired rather than run for re-election. Potential Democratic candidates included Lt. Walter H. Dalton and state Rep. Bill Faison. Dalton and McCrory won their respective primaries, and McCrory eventually won the general election. The Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina was elected separately. Governor Christine Gregoire retired rather than run for re-election. Representative Jay Inslee is the only declared Democratic candidate.
Representative Dave Reichert decided against a bid, and threw his support to McKenna. The Lieutenant Governor will be elected separately. Governor Mitch Daniels was term-limited in Mike Pence , a six-term Republican in the U. House of Representatives, announced his candidacy for his party's nomination. Pence, whose announcement was anticipated by his resignation of a leading position in the GOP caucus in the House, was regarded as the favorite for election.
Former state House Speaker John R. Gregg was unopposed for the Democratic Party's nomination. Pence narrowly defeated Gregg with Boneham received 3. Governor Jack Markell ran for re-election. His Republican challenger was Jeff Cragg.
Governor Jay Nixon sought re-election. Dave Spence , a businessman from St. Louis , won the Republican nomination over attorney Bill Randles in the August 7, primary.
The Lieutenant Governor is elected separately. Governor Peter Shumlin , the victor of the Vermont gubernatorial election of , ran for re-election in The Lieutenant Governor was elected separately. The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia ruled on January 18, that the state must hold a special gubernatorial election in  to fill the vacancy resulting from Joe Manchin 's election to the United States Senate.
Tomblin was eligible to run for a full term in Tomblin's Republican opponent, businessman Bill Maloney , eventually became the Republican nominee. The Lieutenant Governor is elected by the State Senate.
Governor Jack Dalrymple succeeded John Hoeven after the latter was elected Senator and ran for a full term in Dalrymple defeated architect Paul Sorum for the nomination. Ellen Chaffee was his running mate. Puerto Rico does not have a position of Lieutenant Governor. Governor Gary Herbert , who won the gubernatorial special election to finish his predecessor's unfinished term, ran for a full four-year term in He was opposed by Democrat Peter Cooke, a businessman and retired major general.
Herbert eventually won the general election. Governor Scott Walker R survived a recall election on June 5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from United States gubernatorial elections, For related races, see United States elections. Y Jack Markell D Y Mike Pence R Gregg D Y Jay Nixon D Y Steve Bullock D Y Maggie Hassan D Babiarz L 2.
Y Pat McCrory R Dalton D Y Jack Dalrymple R Y Gary Herbert R Y Peter Shumlin D Y Jay Inslee D Y Earl Ray Tomblin D Y Scott Walker R Y Lolo Matalasi Moliga I Main article: American Samoa gubernatorial election, Main article: Montana gubernatorial election, Main article: New Hampshire gubernatorial election, Main article: North Carolina gubernatorial election, Main article: Washington gubernatorial election, Main article: Indiana gubernatorial election, Main article: Delaware gubernatorial election, Main article: Missouri gubernatorial election, Main article: Vermont gubernatorial election, Main article: West Virginia gubernatorial election, Main article: North Dakota gubernatorial election, Main article: Puerto Rico gubernatorial election, Main article: Utah gubernatorial election, Main article: Wisconsin gubernatorial recall election, He was subsequently elected in the Utah gubernatorial special election.
He was subsequently elected in the West Virginia gubernatorial special election. He was subsequently elected in the American Samoa gubernatorial election.
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