Real-time town-by-town results from the 2018 election. Use the navigation below to view maps for each race. Search for towns in the field below. View complete election results here. Select a race: Maine Governor U.S. Senate U.S. House – 1st District U.S. House – 2nd District Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Statewide results for : Precincts Reporting: 0 / 1168 (0%) Search SOURCE: Associated Press INTERACTIVE: Christian MilNeil | @c_milneil < Previous Khashoggi’s finacee appeals to Trump Next > filed under: election 2018, governor 2018 … [Read more...] about Election 2018: Statewide results maps for the governor’s race, U.S. Senate and Congressional seats
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For all the storm and chaos of Election 2018, the conventional wisdom as we end is pretty much the same as when it began: Namely, that Democrats stand poised to retake the U.S. House, while Republicans are favored to retain the U.S. Senate. Only if there’s any deviation from that big picture Tuesday can we say the result will be truly unexpected. So as the record ad blitz here winds down, I want to look back at what really did surprise about this election. And what it may mean for politics in the future. Surprise No. 1 is that the Democrats never went after Donald Trump. I know, some readers may choke on that claim, seeing as how we have some Democrats around here like Attorney General Bob Ferguson who sues Trump as regularly as it rains. But it’s true — after dubbing themselves “the resistance” in 2017, Democrats have waged their bids to return to power by barely mentioning the guy. The evidence is their own advertising. An outfit called the Media Project … [Read more...] about The most surprising things about Election 2018
Maine made history Thursday when it became the first state to elect a representative to Congress using a ranked-choice voting instant runoff. National election experts say the fact that the process went off without any technical hitches will give proponents of this type of electoral reform substantial traction in efforts to introduce the system in other states. “Other state reform efforts have watched the Maine innovation with great hope and interest, and now they’re seeing it actually implemented,” says Larry Diamond, a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. “I think we will look back on Maine’s adoption of this initiative as a real watershed in the history of present-day electoral reform in the United States.” Related Headlines Q&A: Everything you need to know about Maine’s ranked-choice voting Democrat Jared Golden was declared the winner of Maine’s 2nd District congressional seat in a ranked-choice … [Read more...] about Maine’s pioneering ranked-choice election likely to catch on nationally
If you're not registered to vote in New York's upcoming election in November, it's not too late to sign up. New York residents have until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12 to register to vote in the Nov. 6 general election for local, state and federal offices. This year's ballot includes races for New York governor, attorney general, comptroller and the entire state Legislature. Voters also will choose members of Congress from all 27 House districts in New York, and a U.S. senator. New York election law requires applications for new voters to be filed at least 25 days before an election. How do I register to vote? In New York, there are four ways: * Register online through the state Department of Motor Vehicles. You'll need a Social Security number and driver's license, permit or non-driver ID number to proceed. * Register by mail: Voter registration forms are available at some libraries, post offices and town and village offices. The form is online at the state Board of Elections … [Read more...] about Election 2018: NY voter registration deadline approaches
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Supported by ByThe New York Times Nov. 4, 2018 On Tuesday, voters will choose the winning candidates for 36 governorships, 435 seats in the House of Representatives and nearly three dozen seats in the Senate, along with thousands of state and local offices. New York Times journalists are reporting from around the country this weekend as candidates make their final pitches to the voters who will help shape the United States for the next two years. Follow along for updates from the campaign trail. • Just catching up? Read up on the five battlefields for control of the House. • Sign up here for texts from Alex Burns, our national political correspondent. The year of the woman, in Pennsylvania especially STROUDSBURG, Pa. — There are no women in this state’s 21-member congressional delegation, the only large … [Read more...] about Midterm Elections 2018: Closing Arguments in Pennsylvania and Across the U.S.