Election Night in the US

1:18 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Colorado will pass an amendment that creates a redistricting commission

An amendment that creates a 12-member independent redistricting commission instead of having the state legislature draw district maps in Colorado will pass, CNN projects.

It sets criteria for district maps and membership for commission, imposes a competitiveness standard for maps, and requires at least eight members of the commission to approve the final map.

Read more ballot measure results here.

1:30 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Republican Rep. Kristi Noem will be the first woman elected governor in South Dakota

Republican Rep. Kristi Noem will win her bid to become governor of South Dakota, CNN projects.

She is the first woman elected governor in the state.

Watch below: Women elected to the House in record numbers

1:14 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

California voters will reject a measure to allow local rent control

A proposition to repeal a 1995 rent control law and allow cities and other local jurisdictions to regulate rent prices on residential property has failed, CNN projects.

If passed, it would have allowed local jurisdictions to set laws governing what rent owners may charge for new tenants, new construction, and single-family homes

You can read more ballot measure results here.

1:10 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Alabama voters will pass a fetal rights measure

An amendment to the Alabama Constitution declaring that the state’s policy to recognize and support the sanctity of unborn life, the rights of unborn children — including a right to life in all manners and measures appropriate and lawful — and that the Constitution does not protect the right to abortion or require the funding of abortion will pass, CNN projects.

You can read more ballot measure results here.

1:06 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Scott Walker is locked in a tight race with Democrat Tony Evers

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is locked in a tight race with Democrat Tony Evers in his bid for a third term.

Democrats have seen Evers are their best chance to defeat Walker, who is asking voters for their vote for the fourth time in eight years because Democrats unsuccessfully tried to recall the Republican in 2012.

Evers, the superintendent of Wisconsin schools, has hammered Walker throughout the campaign as a career politician who has been around too long with too few results.

Evers, like Democrats across the country, ran in clear opposition to the Republican health care plan, but he also seized on the widely held view in the state that education had suffered under Walker.

Walker regularly accused Evers of being a Democrat who wants to raise taxes on all Wisconsinite and arguing his attacks on Walkers’ health care views were inaccurate.

1:13 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Kentucky clerk who refused to sign same-sex marriage certificates loses re-election bid

Republican Kim Davis, the Kentucky court clerk who became a conservative Christian heroine for refusing to sign same-sex marriage certificates three years ago, lost her re-election bid Tuesday, according to unofficial results posted by the state board of elections.

Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr. appeared to defeat Davis by more than 650 votes in the race for clerk in Rowan County, according to the unofficial results, with all precincts reporting.

Davis spent several days in jail in September 2015 after refusing to abide by that summer's historic US Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage.

"It is not a light issue for me. It is a heaven or hell decision," Davis said in a statement at the time, citing her religion.

Watch below: Supporters came to Davis' defense, others rallied against her

You can read more on the race here.

12:49 a.m. ET, November 7, 2018

Indicted Republican congressmen win re-election in New York and California

California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter and New York Republican Rep. Chris Collins, both indicted in August on unrelated charges, won their re-election battles Tuesday night, CNN projects.

They were the first two members of Congress to support then-candidate Donald Trump.

Hunter was indicted on a series of charges including using campaign funds for personal use and counts of wire fraud, falsifying records, campaign finance violations and conspiracy. Hunter has pleaded not guilty.

Collins was charged with 13 counts of securities fraud, wire fraud and making false statements related to an alleged insider trading scheme. Collins has called the charges "meritless" and also pleaded not guilty.