Election 2022 Archives - State and Federal Communications

November 9, 2022  •  

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul Wins Reelection

Governor Kathy Hochul - By: Marc A. Hermann / MTA

Incumbent New York Gov. Kathy Hochul defeated Republican Lee Zeldin. In a tighter than expected race, Hochul secures her first full term as governor.

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November 9, 2022  •  

Georgia Governor Kemp Reelected

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has won his bid for reelection. Kemp defeated his Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams. Kemp won by a wide margin, winning 53.4% of the vote while Abrams won 45.8%.

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November 9, 2022  •  

Governor DeSantis Reelected

Gov. Ron DeSantis - by Gage Skidmore

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis won his bid for reelection against his Democratic challenger Charlie Crist. DeSantis won by a wide margin with almost 60% of the vote. DeSantis appears to have done well in Miami-Dade County, which has historically voted […]

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Gov. Tony Evers - by: Campaign of Tony Evers for governor

Incumbent Democratic Gov. Tony Evers narrowly won the gubernatorial race over Republican Tim Michaels. With 95% of votes counted, Evers prevailed over Michaels by just over 3 percentage points. Independent candidate Joan Ellis Beglinger pulled in just one percent of […]

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Eleanor Holmes Norton, Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives

Eleanor Holmes Norton won reelection as the delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives from the District of Columbia. As a delegate, Norton’s seat in the House permits her the right of debate and all other privileges of U.S. representatives […]

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Oye Ooltewah won reelection as the District of Columbia’s Shadow Representative. Unlike the District’s non-voting Delegate to the House, the Shadow Representative is not able to vote in both floor votes and committee votes and is not recognized as an […]

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Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser - by AFGE

On November 8, Mayor Muriel E. Bowser handily won reelection. Bower beat challengers Republican Stacia R. Hall, Libertarian Dennis Sobin, and Independent Rodney “Red” Grant. First elected as mayor in 2014, Browser, a Democrat, will now serve a third consecutive […]

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine

Incumbent Republican Gov. Mike DeWine handily won re-election in Ohio. As of Wednesday morning, with 95% of votes counted, DeWine prevailed over Democratic candidate Nan Whaley by roughly 25 percentage points.

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Congressman-Elect Maxwell Frost

Florida Democrat Maxwell Frost has won the seat for Florida’s 10th Congressional District. Frost becomes the first member of Generation Z to serve in the United States Congress. Frost defeated his Republican opponent Calvin Wimbish and will succeed the current […]

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Toledo, Ohio skyline - by NorthernMagnolia

Voters in Toledo, Ohio defeated Issue 19, a charter amendment that would have made the amendment process consistent with the process in the Ohio Constitution. The Amendment would have also reduced the number of signatures required for an elector to […]

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November 9, 2022  •  

Columbus, Ohio Passes Charter Amendment

Columbus City Hall

Columbus, Ohio Voters passed Issue 19. Issue 19 is a charter amendment increasing the time that a petition committee has to gather signatures from one year to two years. The Amendment also adds a 10-day curing period if the initial […]

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Alabama incumbent Governor Kay Ivey has won reelection in Alabama. Ivey defeated her Democratic Opponent Yolanda Flowers. Gov. Ivey will now serve her second four-year term.

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Lt. Gov. John Fetterman won a tight race to become the Pennsylvania’s next U.S. Senator. Fetterman, who suffered a stroke shortly before winning the Democratic nomination, defeated Dr. Mehmet Oz, a Trump-endorsed Republican.

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Henderson voters have approved ballot question 1, amending the city charter to require that a candidate for city council be voted upon by only the registered voters of the ward that candidate seeks to represent. Before today, all voters in […]

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