Key races: June 28

Colorado

Governor: Colorado Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Ganahl %
ahead
Lopez %
ahead

Senate: Colorado Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
O'Dea %
ahead
Hanks %
ahead

Secretary of State: Colorado Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Anderson %
ahead
O'Donnell %
ahead
Peters %
ahead

Illinois

House District 6: Illinois Primary Results (D) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Casten Incumbent %
ahead
Newman Incumbent %
ahead
Hughes %
ahead

House District 15: Illinois Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Miller Incumbent %
ahead
Davis Incumbent %
ahead

Mississippi runoff

House District 3 Runoff: Mississippi Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Guest Incumbent %
ahead
Cassidy %
ahead

House District 4 Runoff: Mississippi Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Ezell %
ahead
Palazzo Incumbent %
ahead

Nebraska special

House District 1: Nebraska Special Election Results Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Flood %
ahead
Pansing Brooks %
ahead

New York

Governor: New York Primary Results (D) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Hochul Incumbent %
ahead
Williams %
ahead
Suozzi %
ahead

Governor: New York Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Zeldin %
ahead
Giuliani %
ahead
Astorino %
ahead
Wilson %
ahead

Oklahoma

Governor: Oklahoma Primary Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Stitt Incumbent %
ahead
Kintsel %
ahead
Sherwood %
ahead
McCabe %
ahead

Senate: Oklahoma Special Election Results (R) Key Race

Candidate(s) % Votes
Mullin
%
ahead
Shannon
%
ahead
Dahm %
ahead
Holland %
ahead
Pruitt %
ahead

South Carolina runoff

Senate Runoff: South Carolina Primary Results (D)

Candidate(s) % Votes
Matthews %
ahead
Bruce %
ahead

Utah

Senate: Utah Primary Results (R)

Candidate(s) % Votes
Lee Incumbent %
ahead
Edwards %
ahead
Isom %
ahead

The battle for control: Latest headlines

The Democrats’ majority in Congress is razor-thin: The Senate is a 50-50 split (with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote giving them the advantage) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s control of the House rests on a slim margin. In 2022, all 435 House seats and 35 of the 100 Senate seats are on the ballot. Additionally, 36 out of 50 states will elect governors.

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