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2016 Utah Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2016 Utah Senate election was held on November 8, 2016. Fifteen Senate seats were up for election. Prior to the election, the Republicans held a majority.

Overview

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won Seats After
Republican 15 404,023 74.82% 14 (Increase1) 24
Democratic 10 123,078 22.79% 1 5
Independent American 2 6,824 1.26% 0
Libertarian 2 6,042 1.12% 0 (Decrease1)
Total 29 539,967 100% 15 29

Results

The election took place on November 8, 2016. Candidate list and results from the Lieutenant Governor of Utah.[1][2]

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Democratic Luz Escamilla[3] Democratic Luz Escamilla 11,957 58.8%
Republican Fred C. Johnson 8,372 41.2%
6 Republican Wayne Harper Republican Wayne Harper 19,325 56.4%
Democratic Celina Milner 12,682 37%
Libertarian Jim Dexter 2,266 6.6%
7 Republican Deidre Henderson Republican Deidre Henderson 28,592 83.6%
Democratic Andrew Apsley 5,589 16.4%
8 Republican Brian Shiozawa Republican Brian Shiozawa 23,533 57.2%
Democratic Ash Anderson 17,577 42.8%
10 Republican Lincoln Fillmore Republican Lincoln Fillmore 31,762 70.3%
Democratic Dan Paget 13,442 29.7%
13 Libertarian Mark B. Madsen Republican Jake Anderegg 39,094 100%
14 Republican Alvin B. Jackson Republican Dan Hemmert 34,681 86.3%
Libertarian Joe Buchman 3,776 9.4%
<span class="nowrap">Independent American</span> Curt Crosby 1,732 4.3%
16 Republican Curtis Bramble Republican Curtis Bramble 21,489 80.8%
<span class="nowrap">Independent American</span> Jason Christensen 5,092 19.2%
19 Republican Allen M. Christensen Republican Allen Christensen 20,994 56.2%
Democratic Deana Froerer 16,381 43.8%
20 Republican Scott K. Jenkins Republican Gregg Buxton 24,296 69.3%
Democratic Alan Yorgason 10,757 30.7%
23 Republican Todd Weiler Republican Todd Weiler 29,883 68.2%
Democratic Steve Hartwick 13,953 31.8%
24 Republican Ralph Okerlund Republican Ralph Okerlund 33,338 100%
25 Republican Lyle W. Hillyard Republican Lyle W. Hillyard 30,288 100%
27 Republican David Hinkins Republican David Hinkins 26,199 69.3%
Democratic Heidi Redd 11,626 30.7%
29 Republican Stephen H. Urquhart Republican Don Ipson 32,177 77.9%
Democratic Dorothy Engelman 9,114 22.1%

See also

References

  1. ^ "2016 Candidate Filings". Utah Lieutenant Governor. Retrieved August 15, 2016.
  2. ^ "2016 General Election - Statewide Canvas" (PDF). Lieutenant Governor's Office. Retrieved 2017-01-07.
  3. ^ Incumbent listing from "Full Senate Roster". Utah Senate. Archived from the original on August 10, 2016. Retrieved August 15, 2016.
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