2022 Vermont Live Results
||November 8, 2022
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||Results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature
First elected in 1974, Democratic Sen. Pat Leahy is retiring after eight terms. Despite the deep blue lean of the state today, he is the only Democrat that Vermonters have ever elected to the Senate. That will almost certainly change this year, as Rep. Peter Welch is the overwhelming favorite.
One of two states (New Hampshire is the other) where gubernatorial terms are two years in length. Republican Gov. Phil Scott is expected to win a fourth term.
Vermont is one of six states with a single at-large district. It is also the only state that has never sent a woman to Congress. That streak should come to an end with this election as Democrat Becca Balint is a heavy favorite.
The current incumbent, Peter Welch, is the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate.
Democrats have a supermajority in the Vermont State Senate. The party holds 21 seats, while Republicans hold seven and Vermont Progressives two. Members serve two-year terms.
Democrats hold a large 93-46 margin over Republicans in the Vermont House of Representatives. In addition, five seats are held by the Progressive Party. There are five independents and one vacancy. Members serve two-year terms.