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Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi's Lt Governor - Chandigarh Tribune

Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi's Lt Governor - Chandigarh TribuneAnil Baijal takes oath as Delhi's Lt Governor Anil Baijal. —PTI. New Delhi, December 31. Former Union Home Secretary Anil Baijal on Saturday took oath as the Lt. Governor of Delhi here. Baijal was administered the oath by Delhi High Court Chief Justice G.

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 06:25:22 GMT

Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi's Lt Governor - Economic Times

Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi's Lt Governor - Economic TimesNEW DELHI: Amid escalating tension between the AAP government and Centre, career bureaucrat Anil Baijal today took over as the Lt Governor of Delhi and struck up a cautious note on his future relationship with the Kejriwal government. 70-year-old ...

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 06:09:50 GMT
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Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi Lt Governor - The Indian Express

Anil Baijal takes oath as Delhi Lt Governor - The Indian ExpressFormer Union Home Secretary Anil Baijal on Saturday took oath as the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. The oath was administered by Chief Justice of Delhi High Court G Rohini. Baijal was formally appointed as Delhi LG on Wednesday as a replacement of ...

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 05:46:20 GMT
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Democratic Incumbents

Delaware: Lt. Governor Race - Open Race

The office has been vacant since January 6, 2015, when previous Lt. Gov. Matthew Denn resigned to become state attorney general. Denn, a Democrat first elected lieutenant governor in 2008 and re-elected in 2012, quit the position two years before he was scheduled to complete his four-year term. (see 2012 election results)

Montana: Lt. Governor Race - Open Race

Incumbent Angela McLean (D) announced on November 30, 2015, that she would step down at the end of 2015. Governor Steve Bullock (D) appointed former Secretary of State Mike Cooney (D) as his new lieutenant governor on December 30, 2015, he was sworn in January 4, 2016. (see 2012 election results)

Washington: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Democrat) Running

Incumbent Democratic Lt. Governor Brad Owen is running for re-election to a 5th term in office. He was first elected in 1996 and won re-election in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012.
Under Washington's nonpartisan blanket primary law, all candidates appear on the same ballot, regardless of party. In the primary, which will be held on August 5, 2016, voters may vote for any candidate, regardless of their party affiliation. The top two finishers — regardless of party — advance to the general election in November.

Brad Owen won the 2012 race with 53.7% of the vote against the republican candidate, Bill Finkbeiner, who came second with 46.3% of the vote. (see 2012 election results)

Republican Incumbents

Indiana: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann is running for re-election. On November 6, 2012,Sue Ellspermann, running on a ticket with Mike Pence, defeated Vi Simpson (D) in a very competive race with 49.5% of the votes. The democratic candidate, Vi Simpson, came in second with 46.6% of the vote. (see 2012 election results)

Missouri: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder is running for re-election to a fourth term in office. Missouri elects lieutenant governors in presidential elections (leap years). For Missouri, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 are all lieutenant gubernatorial election years.
Peter Kinder won his re-election in 2012 with 49.4% of the vote. His Democratic oponent , Susan Montee, was a close second with 45.4% of the vote. (see 2012 election results)

North Carolina: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest is running for re-election to a second term in office. The lieutenant governor is limited to serving two four-year terms in office.
Dan Forest won a very competitive race in 2012 with 50.2% of the vote against the democratic candidate, Linda Coleman, who came second with 49.8% of the vote. (see 2012 election results)

North Dakota: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican lieutenant Governor, Drew Wrigley, was first appointed in 2010 to replace Jack Dalrymple (R) when Dalrymple succeeded to the governor's office. Wrigley won a full, four-year term as lieutenant governor in the November 2012 general election. (see 2012 election results)

Utah: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

Incumbent Republican Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox is running for re-election to a second term in office. Spencer Cox was sworn in as Utah's 8th governor on October 16, 2013. Cox was named to replace Greg Bell (R), who resigned the office in September 2013 citing financial reasons.
(see 2012 election results)

Vermont: Lt. Governor Race - Incumbent (Republican) Running

The 79th and current lieutenant governor is Phillip Scott, a Republican first elected in 2010. Scott was re-elected to the office in 2012 and 2014.
New Hampshire and Vermont are the only states in the country whose Governors are elected every two years.
Phillip Scott won the 2014 race with 62.3% of the vote against the progressive candidate Dean Corren who came a distant second with 36.0% of the vote. (see 2014 election results)
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UPCOMING DATES
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.
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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.