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Vermont 2018 Election Live Results

Overview

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On this Page: U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. Representative (at-large congressional district)

Results Expected: After 7:00 PM Eastern Time

U.S. Senate

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) is heavily favored to win a 2nd term. Independent Sanders caucuses with the Democratic Party. 2020: Sen. Patrick Leahy (D, 8th term). Leahy is the longest-serving current member of the Senate; with the departure of Orrin Hatch he will be the only remaining Senator who was first elected in the 1970s.

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Lawrence Zupan (Republican)
*Bernie Sanders (Independent)
Reid Kane (Liberty Union)
Russell Beste (Independent)
Edward Gilbert Jr. (Independent)
Jon Svitavsky (Independent)
Folasade Adeluola (Independent)
Bruce Busa (Independent)
Brad Peacock (Independent)

*Incumbent

Governor

Vermont and New Hampshire are the only two states with gubernatorial terms other than four years in length. Gov. Phil Scott (R) is favored to win a 2nd two-year term. If no candidate receives 50% of the vote, the governor is chosen by the Vermont General Assembly. This last happened in 2014.

Governor

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
Christine Hallquist (Democratic)
*Phil Scott (Republican)
Emily Peyton (Liberty Union)
Cris Ericson (Independent)
Stephen Marx (Earth Rights)
Trevor Barlow (Independent)
Charles Laramie (Independent)

*Incumbent

U.S. House

The state is one of seven with a single at-large congressional district. The Democratic incumbent is expected to be re-elected.

U.S. House At-large District

Updated:
Candidate Votes Percent
*Peter Welch (Democratic)
Anya Tynio (Republican)
Cris Ericson (U.S. Marijuana Party)
Laura Potter (Liberty Union)

*Incumbent