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Minnesota 2018 Election Live Results

Overview

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On this Page: U.S. Senate (both seats), Governor, U.S. Representative (8 congressional districts)

Results Expected: After 9:00 PM Eastern Time

U.S. Senate

Both seats have an election this year. In the regularly scheduled one, incumbent Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D) is favored to win a 3rd term. There is also a special election to complete the term of former Sen. Al Franken, who resigned in January. Appointed incumbent Sen. Tina Smith (D) has led most polls, but by nowhere near the margin of Klobuchar. This seat will have an election for a full six-year term in 2020.

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Amy Klobuchar (Democratic)
Jim Newberger (Republican)
Paula Overby (Green)
Dennis Schuller (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

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U.S. Senate - Special Election

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Tina Smith (Democratic)
Karin Housley (Republican)
Sarah Wellington (Legal Marijuana Now)
Jerry Trooien (Unaffiliated)

*Incumbent

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Governor

Gov. Mark Dayton (R) did not seek reelection.

Governor

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Tim Walz (Democratic)
Jeff Johnson (Republican)
Josh Welter (Libertarian)
Chris Wright (Grassroots)

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U.S. House

8 Congressional Districts: 5 Democrats | 3 Republicans

Highly Competitive: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th
In 2016, there were only four districts in the entire country that gave Trump a double-digit margin over Clinton while electing a Democrat to Congress. Three of them are in Minnesota, including the highly competitive 1st and 8th.  The open 8th district, in the state's Iron Range, represents one of the better GOP pick-up opportunities nationwide. 


Others to Watch:
 7th
This is the state's third district in the aforementioned GOP-Clinton category. In fact, it voted for Trump by an astonishing 30%. Despite that, 14-term Rep. Collin Peterson is favored to win re-election.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Dan Feehan (Democratic)
Jim Hagedorn (Republican)

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U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Angela Craig (Democratic)
*Jason Lewis (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Dean Phillips (Democratic)
*Erik Paulsen (Republican)

*Incumbent

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U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Betty McCollum (Democratic)
Greg Ryan (Republican)
Susan Sindt (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 5

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Ilhan Omar (Democratic)
Jennifer Zielinski (Republican)

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U.S. House District 6

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Ian Todd (Democratic)
*Tom Emmer (Republican)

*Incumbent

of () precincts reporting, total votes

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Collin Peterson (Democratic)
Dave Hughes (Republican)

*Incumbent

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U.S. House District 8

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Joe Radinovich (Democratic)
Pete Stauber (Republican)
Ray Sandman (Independence)

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