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Kansas 2018 Election Live Results

Overview

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On this Page: Governor, U.S. Representative (4 congressional districts)

Results Expected: After 8:00 PM Eastern Time for Districts 2, 3 and 4. After 9:00 PM for District 1. Some vote counts for the gubernatorial race are also likely during the 8:00 PM hour.

Governor

Gov. Jeff Colyer (R) was defeated in his party's primary. This race could go either way; the presence of independent Greg Orman will benefit the Republican Kris Kobach.

Governor

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Laura Kelly (Democratic)
Kris Kobach (Republican)
Jeff Caldwell (Libertarian)
Greg Orman (Independent)
Richard Kloos (Independent)

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U.S. House

4 Congressional Districts: 4 Republicans | 0 Democrats 

Highly Competitive: 2nd, 3rd
These two Kansas City area seats are very much in play; Democrats are actually slight favorites in the 3rd district. 2nd district incumbent Lynn Jenkins is not seeking a new term.

Others to Watch:  None
The more rural 1st and 4th districts should remain in Republican hands. In the 4th district, incumbent Ron Estes is seeking his first full term. He won a special election - the first of the Trump era - in April, 2017.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Alan LaPolice (Democratic)
*Roger Marshall (Republican)

*Incumbent

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U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Paul Davis (Democratic)
Steve Watkins (Republican)
Kelly Standley (Libertarian)

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U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Sharice Davids (Democratic)
*Kevin Yoder (Republican)
Chris Clemmons (Libertarian)

*Incumbent

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U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
James Thompson (Democratic)
*Ron Estes (Republican)

*Incumbent

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U.S. Senate

Neither seat is up for election this year.

2020: Sen. Pat Roberts (R, 4th term) | 2022: Sen. Jerry Moran (R, 2nd term)


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