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2018 Utah elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Utah general elections, 2018 were held in the U.S. state of Utah on November 6, 2018. One of Utah's U.S. Senate seats was up for election, as well as all four seats in the United States House of Representatives, fourteen Utah Senate seats and all of the Utah House of Representatives seats.

United States Senate

Incumbent Senator Orrin Hatch was eligible for re-election, but did not run in 2018.[1] Republican Mitt Romney was elected to the U. S. Senate, defeating Democratic nominee and Salt Lake County Council member Jenny Wilson.[2]

United States House of Representatives

All of Utah's four seats in the United States House of Representatives were up for election in November. In districts 1, 2, and 3, Republican incumbents were re-elected. In district 4, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams defeated two-term incumbent Republican Mia Love.

Utah Senate

Fifteen Utah Senate seats were up for election in November.

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
Before 2018 elections 24 5 29 0
Latest voting share 83% 17%
After 2018 elections 23 6 29 0

Utah House of Representatives

All 75 seats in the Utah House of Representatives were up for election in November.

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
Before 2018 elections 62 13 75 0
Latest voting share 83% 17%
After 2018 elections[3] 57 18 75 0

State Board of Education

District 1[4]
Candidate Votes %
Jennie Earl 33,238 60.6
Terryl Warner (incumbent) 21,618 39.4
Total votes 54,856 100.0
District 2[4]
Candidate Votes %
Scott L. Hansen 28,811 60.5
Craig Pitts 18,819 39.5
Total votes 47,630 100.0
District 3[4]
Candidate Votes %
Linda Hansen (incumbent) 31,380 73.8
Thomas Nedreberg 11,133 26.2
Total votes 42,513 100.0
District 5[4]
Candidate Votes %
Laura Belnap (incumbent) 42,538 65.0
Patrick Riley 22,937 35.0
Total votes 65,475 100.0
District 6[4]
Candidate Votes %
Brittney Cummins (incumbent) 39,316 100.0
District 9[4]
Candidate Votes %
Cindy Davis 37,594 67.6
Avalie Muhlestein 17,988 32.4
Total votes 55,582 100.0
District 14[4]
Candidate Votes %
Mark Huntsman (incumbent) 48,448 100.0

References

  1. ^ Lederman, Josh (March 14, 2012). "Hatch will retire in 2018 if he wins reelection". The Hill. Retrieved October 20, 2016.
  2. ^ Dennis Romboy (November 6, 2018). "Mitt Romney is headed to Washington after all — as U.S. senator for Utah". Deseret News.
  3. ^ Wendy Leonard (November 7, 2018). "Democratic presence grows in Utah Legislature". Deseret News.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Utah state executive official elections, 2018". Ballotpedia.

External links

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