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2018 Vermont Senate election

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2018 Vermont State Senate elections

← 2016 November 6, 2018 2020 →

All 30 seats in the Vermont Senate
15 (plus the Lt. Gov.) seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Dem
Rep
Prog
Leader Becca Balint Joe Benning Anthony Pollina
Party Democratic Republican Progressive
Leader's seat Windham Caledonia Washington
Last election 21 7 2
Seats before 21 7 2
Seats won 22 6 2
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1 Steady0
Popular vote 417,375 178,737 45,410
Percentage 60.78% 26.03% 6.61%
Swing Decrease1.05% Decrease0.57% Increase0.04%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Ind
Lib
LU
Leader none Jeremy Ryan
Party Independent Libertarian Liberty Union
Leader's seat none none none
Last election 0 0 0
Seats before 0 0 0
Seats won 0 0 0
Seat change Steady0 Steady0 Steady0
Popular vote 30,380 13,352 1,422
Percentage 4.42% 1.94% 0.21%
Swing Increase0.19% Increase1.94% Decrease0.21%

President of the Senate before election

Tim Ashe
Democrat/Progressive

Elected President of the Senate

Tim Ashe
Democrat/Progressive

The 2018 Vermont State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. Vermont voters elected State Senators in all 30 seats. State senators serve two-year terms in the Vermont Senate. A primary election on August 14, 2018 determined which candidates appeared on the November 6 general election ballot.

Following the 2016 State Senate elections, Democrats maintained effective control of the Senate with 23 members in the majority caucus (21 Democrats and 2 Progressives). To claim control of the chamber from Democrats, the Republicans would have needed to net gain 8 or 9 seats depending on the winner of the 2018 Vermont Lieutenant Governor election, which was Progressive Dave Zuckerman. However, in the elections, the Democrats instead gained one seat. from the Republicans.

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Summary of Results by State Senate District

Primary election results can be obtained from the Vermont Secretary of State's website.[1]

State Senate District Incumbent Party Elected Senator Party
Addison Claire D. Ayer Dem Ruth Hardy Dem
Christopher Bray Dem Christopher Bray Dem
Bennington Brian Campion Dem Brian Campion Dem
Dick Sears, Jr. Dem Dick Sears, Jr. Dem
Caledonia Joe Benning Rep Joe Benning Rep/Dem
Jane Kitchel Dem/Rep Jane Kitchel Dem/Rep
Chittenden Tim Ashe Dem/Prog Tim Ashe Dem/Prog
Philip Baruth Dem/Prog Philip Baruth Dem/Prog
Debbie Ingram Dem Debbie Ingram Dem/Prog
Ginny Lyons Dem Ginny Lyons Dem/Prog
Christopher Pearson Prog/Dem Christopher Pearson Prog/Dem
Michael Sirotkin Dem Michael Sirotkin Dem/Prog
Essex-Orleans John S. Rodgers Dem John S. Rodgers Dem/Rep
Robert Starr Dem/Rep Robert Starr Dem/Rep
Franklin Carolyn Whitney Branagan Rep Corey Parent Rep
Randy Brock Rep Randy Brock Rep
Colchester-Grand Isle Richard Mazza Dem Richard Mazza Dem
Lamoille Richard Westman Rep Richard Westman Rep
Orange Mark MacDonald Dem Mark MacDonald Dem
Rutland Brian Collamore Rep Brian Collamore Rep
Peg Flory Rep James L. McNeil Rep
David Soucy Rep Cheryl Hooker Dem/Prog
Washington Francis K. Brooks Dem Andrew Perchlik Dem/Prog
Ann Cummings Dem Ann Cummings Dem
Anthony Pollina Prog/Dem Anthony Pollina Prog/Dem
Windham Becca Balint Dem Becca Balint Dem
Jeanette White Dem Jeanette White Dem
Windsor Alison Clarkson Dem Alison Clarkson Dem
Dick McCormack Dem Dick McCormack Dem/Prog
Alice W. Nitka Dem Alice W. Nitka Dem

Sources: [2][3]

Detailed Results by State Senate District

  • Note: Primary election results are only shown for contested primary elections. For information on non-contested primaries, visit the Vermont Secretary of State's website.

AddisonBenningtonCaledoniaChittendenEssex-OrleansFranklinColchester-Grand IsleLamoilleOrangeRutlandWashingtonWindhamWindsor

Addison

Vermont Senate Addison district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Marie Audet 5,169 13.84%
Democratic Christopher Bray (incumbent) 8,898 23.83%
Republican Peter Briggs 5,290 14.16%
Libertarian Archie Flower 602 1.61%
Democratic Ruth Hardy 9,040 24.21%
Independent Paul Ralston 3,100 8.3%
N/A Write-ins
N/A Blanks
N/A Spoiled
Total votes 100.0

Bennington

Vermont Senate Bennington district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Peter Briggs 5,290 14.16%
Democratic Brian Campion (incumbent) 9,734 30.67%
Libertarian Jeff Kaufer 2,762 8.7%
Democratic Dick Sears, Jr. (incumbent) 10,525 33.17%
Total votes 100.0

Caledonia

Vermont Senate Caledonia district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joe Benning (incumbent)[a] 9,818 30.19%
Democratic Jane Kitchel (incumbent)[b] 10,967 35.61%
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold
Democratic hold

Chittenden

Vermont Senate Chittenden district Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Alex Farrell 3507 9.25
Republican Dana Maxfield 3255 8.59
Write-in Total Write-ins 431 1.14
N/A Overvotes 30 0.08
N/A Blank Votes 30,688 80.95
Total votes 37,911 100.0
Vermont Senate Chittenden district Progressive primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Tim Ashe (incumbent) (write-in) 118 11.05
Progressive Chris Pearson (incumbent) (write-in) 118 10.86
Progressive Philip Baruth (incumbent) (write-in) 98 9.18
Progressive Debbie Ingram (incumbent) (write-in) 37 3.46
Progressive Michael Sirotkin (incumbent) (write-in) 35 3.28
Progressive Ginny Lyons (incumbent) (write-in) 30 2.81
Progressive Steve May (write-in) 18 1.69
Progressive Val Carzello (write-in) 11 1.03
Progressive Alex Farrell (write-in) 5 0.47
Progressive Dana Maxfield (write-in) 5 0.47
Progressive Finnian Boardman Abbey (write-in) 3 0.28
Write-in Write-ins (other) 39 3.65
N/A Overvotes 10 0.94
N/A Blank Votes 541 50.66
Total votes 1,068 100.0
Vermont Senate Chittenden district Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tim Ashe (incumbent) 13527 11.97
Democratic Ginny Lyons (incumbent) 12886 11.40
Democratic Michael Sirotkin (incumbent) 10727 9.49
Democratic Debbie Ingram (incumbent) 10701 9.47
Democratic Philip Baruth (incumbent) 10302 9.12
Democratic Christopher Pearson (incumbent) 9029 7.99
Democratic Val Carzello 5,229 4.63
Democratic Steve May 4,018 3.56
Democratic Finnian Boardman Abbey 3,771 3.34
Write-in Total Write-ins 180 0.16
N/A Overvotes 50 0.04
N/A Blank Votes 32,590 28.84
Total votes 113,010 100.0
Vermont Senate Chittenden district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tim Ashe (incumbent)[c] 44,002 10.34%
Democratic Phil Baruth (incumbent)[c] 38,075 9.18%
Libertarian Seth Cournoyer 5,389 1.3%
Republican Paul Dame 17,521 4.22%
Republican Alex R. Farrell 19,602 4.73%
Democratic Debbie Ingram (incumbent) 40,751 9.82%
Independent Joshua H. Knox[d] 4,173 1.1%
Democratic Virginia "Ginny" Lyons (incumbent) 41,617 10.3%
Republican Dana Maxfield 16,422 3.96%
Independent Louis Meyers 8,848 2.13%
Progressive Christopher A. Pearson (incumbent)[e] 30,863 7.44%
Libertarian Loyal Ploof 4,599 1.11%
Democratic Michael Sirotkin (incumbent) 38,569 9.3%
Total votes 100.0

Essex-Orleans

Vermont Senate Essex-Orleans district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Know Nothing Ron Horton 2,795 9.53%
Democratic John S. Rodgers (incumbent)[b] 8,799 30.77%
Democratic Robert Starr (incumbent)[b] 9,323 32.6%
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Franklin

Vermont Senate Franklin district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Randy Brock (incumbent) 9,422 26.09%
Democratic Pam McCarthy 7,016 19.43%
Republican Corey Parent 9,387 23.28%
Democratic Dustin Tanner[c] 4,038 11.18%
Total votes 100.0

Colchester-Grand Isle

Vermont Senate Colchester-Grand Isle district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Richard Mazza (incumbent)[b] 8253 84.38%
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Lamoille

Vermont Senate Lamoille district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Richard Westman (incumbent)[a] 9,099 83.13%
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Orange

Vermont Senate Orange district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Bill Huff 3,842 41.33%
Democratic Mark MacDonald (incumbent) 5,167 55.59%
Total votes 100.0

Rutland

Vermont Senate Rutland district Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Brian Collamore (incumbent) 3504 21.15
Republican James L. McNeil 2,811 16.97
Republican Edward Larson 2049 12.37
Republican Terry Williams 2,044 12.34
Republican David Soucy (incumbent) 1,661 10.02
Republican Greg Cox (write-in) 15 0.1
Republican Cheryl Hooker (write-in) 10 0.06
Write-in Write-ins (other) 27 1.46
N/A Overvotes 1 0.01
N/A Blank Votes 4,447 26.84
Total votes 16,569 100.0
Vermont Senate Rutland district Progressive primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Greg Cox (write-in) 13 5.89
Progressive Cheryl Hooker (write-in) 13 6.07
Progressive Scott Garren (write-in) 13 4.53
Progressive Brian Collamore (incumbent) (write-in) 6 5.00
Progressive James McNeil (write-in) 4 3.33
Progressive Terry Williams (write-in) 2 1.67
Progressive Dave Soucy (incumbent) (write-in) 2 1.67
Write-in Write-ins (other) 14 11.67
N/A Overvotes 0 0.0
N/A Blank Votes 53 44.17
Total votes 120 100.0
Vermont Senate Rutland district Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cheryl Hooker 735 6.07
Democratic Greg Cox 714 5.89
Democratic Scott Garren 549 4.53
Democratic Brian Collamore (incumbent) (write-in) 88 0.73
Democratic James McNeil (write-in) 85 0.70
Democratic Ed Larsen (write-in) 58 0.48
Democratic Terry Williams (write-in) 49 0.40
Democratic Dave Soucy (incumbent) (write-in) 38 0.31
Democratic Bill Carris (write-in) 6 0.05
Write-in Write-ins (other) 236 1.95
N/A Overvotes 698 5.76
N/A Blank Votes 8,858 73.12
Total votes 12,114 100.0
Vermont Senate Rutland district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Brian Collamore (incumbent) 11,380 15.65%
Democratic Greg Cox[c] 9,949 13.69%
Democratic Scott Garren[c] 7,371 10.14%
Democratic Cheryl Hooker[c] 10,767 14.81%
Republican Edward Larson 10,004 13.76%
Republican James L. McNeil 10,673 14.68%
Total votes 100.0

Washington

Vermont Senate Washington district Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Chris Bradley 1843 16.47
Republican Dwayne Tucker 1680 15.01
Republican Ken Alger 1645 14.70
Write-in Total Write-ins 163 1.46
N/A Overvotes 5 0.04
N/A Blank Votes 5,857 52.33
Total votes 11,193 100.0
Vermont Senate Washington district Progressive primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Anthony Pollina (incumbent) (write-in) 19 13.19
Progressive Andrew Perchlik (write-in) 13 9.03
Progressive Ann Cummings (incumbent) (write-in) 7 4.86
Progressive Ashley Hill (write-in) 4 2.78
Write-in Write-ins (other) 39 27.08
N/A Overvotes 0 0.0
N/A Blank Votes 62 43.06
Total votes 144 100.0
Vermont Senate Washington district Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Anthony Pollina (incumbent) 4793 19.48
Democratic Ann Cummings (incumbent) 4632 18.82
Democratic Andrew Perchlik 3872 15.74
Democratic Ashley Hill 2,739 11.13
Democratic Theo Kennedy 2,149 8.73
Democratic Andrew Brewer 2,033 8.26
Write-in Total Write-ins 67 0.27
N/A Overvotes 10 0.04
N/A Blank Votes 4,311 17.52
Total votes 24,606 100.0
Vermont Senate Washington district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ken Alger 7,244 8.67%
Republican Chris S. Bradley 7,523 9.1%
Democratic Ann Cummings (incumbent) 16,834 20.15%
Democratic Andrew Perchlik[c] 12,614 15.1%
Progressive Anthony Pollina (incumbent)[e] 14,547 17.42%
Republican Dwayne Tucker 7,195 8.61%
Independent Barry Wadle 2,565 3.7%
Total votes 100.0

Windham

Vermont Senate Windham district Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Becca Balint (incumbent) 4697 37.82
Democratic Jeanette White (incumbent) 4308 34.69
Democratic Wayne Vernon Estey 1,076 8.66
Write-in Total Write-ins 26 0.21
N/A Overvotes 2 0.02
N/A Blank Votes 2,311 18.61
Total votes 12,420 100.0
Vermont Senate Windham district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Becca Balint (incumbent) 11,464 32.4%
Republican Tyler Colford 3,861 10.91%
Liberty Union Aaron Diamondstone 763 2.16%
Liberty Union Jerry Levy 659 1.86%
Independent Beverly Stone 1,675 4.73%
Democratic Jeanette White (incumbent) 10,644 30.08%
Total votes 100.0

Windsor

Vermont Senate Windsor district election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alison Clarkson (incumbent) 15,091 18.62%
Republican Randy Gray 7,183 8.86%
Democratic Dick McCormack (incumbent)[c] 13,591 16.76%
Democratic Alice W. Nitka (incumbent) 14,276 17.61%
Republican Wayne Townsend 6,882 8.49%
Independent Mason "Cloud" Wade 2,055 2.53%
Republican Jack Williams 6,389 7.88%
Total votes 100.0
  1. ^ a b Running as "Republican/Democratic"
  2. ^ a b c d Running as "Democratic/Republican"
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Running as "Democratic/Progressive"
  4. ^ Running as "Fair Representation Vermont"
  5. ^ a b Running as "Progressive/Democratic"

See also

References

  1. ^ "Election Results". Vermont Secretary of State. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
  2. ^ "Vermont State Senate elections, 2018". Ballotpedia. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
  3. ^ Election Results, Vermont Secretary of State, August 2018, choose August 14, 2018 primary election, Senate, Rutland, and each possible party
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