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WHAT'S AT STAKE IN 2016?

Republican Incumbents

Indiana: Att. General Race - Open Race

Incumbent Republican Attorney General, Greg Zoeller, is not running for re-election. Greg Zoeller won the 2012 elections with 58.1% of the vote against the Democratic candidate, Kay Fleming, who came in second with 41.9% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Indiana)

Montana: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Attorney General, Tim Fox, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Tim Fox won the 2012 elections with 53.6% of the vote against the Democratic candidate, Pam Bucy, who came in second with 46.4% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Montana)

Utah: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Attorney General, Sean Reyes, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Initially appointed to succeed Swallow and then the winner of a special election in 2010. Sean Reyes won the spacial election with 62.7% of the vote against the Democratic candidate, Charles Stormont, who came in a distant second with 27.5% of the vote. (see 2014 Election results in Utah)

West Virginia: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Patrick Morrisey won a very competitive race in 2012 with 51.3% of the vote against the incumbent Democratic candidate, Darrell McGraw, who came in second with 48.7% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in West Virginia)

Democratic Incumbents

Missouri: Att. General Race - Open Race

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, Chris Koster, is running for Governor in 2016. Chris Koster won the 2012 elections with 55.8% of the vote against the Republican candidate, Ed Martin, who came in a distant second with 40.7% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Missouri)

North Carolina: Att. General Race - Open Race

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, Roy Cooper, is running for Governor in 2016. Roy Cooper was re-elected to a fourth term in office in 2012. He was unopposed in both the Democratic primary and the general election. (see 2012 Election results in North Carolina)

Vermont: Att. General Race - Open Race

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, William Sorrell, is retiring after serving for 18 years, nine consecutive terms. William Sorrell won the 2014 elections with 58.6% of the vote against the Republican candidate, Shane McGormack, who came in a distant second with 37.4% of the vote. (see 2014 Election results in Vermont)

Oregon: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Democrat) Running

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Ellen Rosenblum won the 2012 elections with 56.2% of the vote against the Republican candidate, James Buchal, who came in second with 39.4% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Oregon)

Pennsylvania: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Democrat) Running

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Kathleen Kane won the 2012 elections with 56.1% of the vote against the Republican candidate, David Freed, who came in a distant second with 41.6% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Pennsylvania)

Washington: Att. General Race - Incumbent (Democrat) Running

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, is running for re-election to a second term in office. Bob Ferguson won the 2012 elections with 53.1% of the vote against the Republican candidate, Reagan Dunn, who came in second with 46.9% of the vote. (see 2012 Election results in Washington)
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January 1, 2017
Texas : First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail
January 3, 2017
Illinois : First day any voter who is a member of the United States Service and his/her spouse and dependents of voting age who expect to be absent from their county of residence on election day to make an application for an official ballot to the election authority having jurisdiction over their residence. Members of the Armed Forces may make application via facsimile machine or other method of electronic transmission.
New Jersey : Voter Registration Deadline for January Special School Board Elections
January 4, 2017
Illinois : First day for any registered voter presently within the confines of the United States, to make application by mail or in person to the election authority for an official ballot. Please note that mailing and delivery of ballots does not begin until Thursday, February 23, 2017.
WHAT'S AT STAKE IN 2016?

2016 US Senate Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 US Senate Elections races in 34 States including US territories. Of the 34 US Senate seats up for election this election cycle, 24 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 10 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 29 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (5 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Gubernatorial Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Gubernatorial Elections races in 13 States including US territories. Of the 13 Gubernatorial seats up for election this election cycle, 4 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 9 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 6 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (7 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Elections races in 9 States including US territories. Of the 9 Lieutenant Gubernatorial seats up for election this election cycle, 6 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 3 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 7 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (2 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.

2016 Attorney General Elections

In 2016, there will be 2016 Attorney General Elections races in 10 States including US territories. Of the 10 Attorney General seats up for election this election cycle, 4 seats are currently held by Republicans, and 6 are held by Democrats. It is important to note that 6 incumbents are running for re-election and the rest (4 seats) are open races with no incumbent running.