Iowa 2018 Election Live Results

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Results Expected: After 10:00 PM Eastern Time

Governor

Incumbent Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds is seeking her first full term. She took over when former Gov. Terry Branstad resigned to become U.S. Ambassador to China.

Governor

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Fred Hubbell (Democratic)
*Kim Reynolds (Republican)
Jake Porter (Libertarian)
Gary Siegwarth (Clear Water Party of Iowa)

*Incumbent

U.S. House

4 Congressional Districts: 3 Republicans | 1 Democrat 

Highly Competitive: 1st, 3rd
Democratic challengers have outraised the Republican incumbents in both of these districts.

Others to Watch:  4th
Eight-term Rep. Steve King has also been outraised and he's faced some negative news cycles heading into Election Day. It remains to be seen if that is enough to unseat the eight-term incumbent in a conservative district that Donald Trump won by 27% in 2016.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Abby Finkenauer (Democratic)
*Rod Blum (Republican)
Troy Hageman (Libertarian)

*Incumbent

U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Dave Loebsack (Democratic)
Christopher Peters (Republican)
Daniel Clark (Independent)
Mark Strauss (Libertarian)

*Incumbent

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Cindy Axne (Democratic)
*David Young (Republican)
Joe Grandanette (Independent)
Jack Holder (Libertarian)
Paul Knupp (Green)
Mark Elworth Jr (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
J.D. Scholten (Democratic)
*Steve King (Republican)
Edward Peterson (Independent)
Charles Aldrich (Libertarian)

*Incumbent

U.S. Senate

Neither seat is up for election this year.

2020: Sen. Joni Ernst (R, 1st term) | 2022: Sen. Chuck Grassley (R, 7th term)


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