Midterm Elections 2018 | Senate Elections 2018

Midterm Elections 2018 | Senate Elections 2018

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PUBLISHED: October 21, 2018

Misterm Elections 2018 are going to be held on November 6, 2018. All these elections will be hosted by a local office or individual states instead of national government or federal level. These elections (Midterm Elections) are going to take place in the middle of Republication President Trump’s First Term. There will be 35 out of 100 seats in the USS (United States Senate) will be contested. Moreover, 39 State and Territorial Governorships, whether local or state elections are also going to be part of Senate Elections 2018. Let’s Talk About Some of the Common questions related to Senate Elections 2018:

1.Why are Senate Midterm Elections Important?

These Senate Midterm Elections are important because of the results everybody is waiting for Whether who is going to get public support whether President Donald Trump or his Opposition. The US House of Representative and the Senate are at stake and this is why everybody is begging people to come out and cast their vote.

2.Who is Running in Midterm Elections?

Alabama

U.S. House

Democratic

  1. Adia McClellan Winfrey
  2. Audri Scott Williams
  3. Butler Cain
  4. Danner Kline
  5. Jesse Smith
  6. Lee Auman
  7. Lizzetta Hill McConnell
  8. Mallory Hagan
  9. Peter Joffrion
  10. Richard Rice
  11. Rick Neighbors
  12. Robert Kennedy Jr. (Alabama)
  13. Tabitha Isner
  14. Terri Sewell

Republican

  1. Anthony Blackmon
  2. Barry Moore
  3. Bill Holtzclaw
  4. Bobby Bright
  5. Bradley Byrne
  6. Clayton Hinchman
  7. Gary Palmer
  8. Martha Roby
  9. Michael Sweeney (Alabama)
  10. Mike Moses
  11. Mike Rogers (Alabama)
  12. Mo Brooks
  13. Phil Norris
  14. Rich Hobson
  15. Robert Aderholt
  16. Tommy Amason

Other parties

No candidates filed to run for this party in this state.

Alaska

U.S. House

Democratic

  1. Alyse Galvin
  2. Carol Hafner
  3. Christopher Cumings
  4. Dimitri Shein

Republican

  1. Don Young (Alaska)
  2. Jed Whittaker
  3. Thomas Nelson (Alaska)

Other parties

  1. Greg Fitch
  2. Jonathan Plate

 

Arizona

U.S. Senate

Democratic

  1. Bob Bishop (Arizona)
  2. Cheryl Fowler
  3. Chris Russell (Arizona)
  4. David Ruben
  5. Deedra Abboud
  6. Jim Moss (Arizona)
  7. Kyrsten Sinema
  8. Richard Sherzan
  9. Sheila Bilyeu

Republican

  1. Christian Diegel
  2. Craig Brittain
  3. Joe Arpaio
  4. Kelli Ward
  5. Martha McSally
  6. Michelle Griffin
  7. Nicholas Glenn
  8. Nicholas Tutora
  9. Robert Kay
  10. William Gonzales

Other parties

  1. Barry Hess
  2. Doug Marks
  3. Edward Davida
  4. Jeff Pearce
  5. Jonathan Ringham
  6. Michael DeCarlo

U.S. House

Democratic

  1. Ana Maria Perez
  2. Anita Malik
  3. Ann Kirkpatrick
  4. Barbara Sherry
  5. Billy Kovacs
  6. Bob Musselwhite
  7. Bob Olsen
  8. Brianna Westbrook
  9. Bruce Wheeler
  10. Catherine Miranda
  11. David Brill
  12. Delina DiSanto
  13. Garrick McFadden
  14. Gene Scharer
  15. Gustavo Ortega
  16. Heather Ross
  17. Hector Araujo
  18. Hiral Tipirneni
  19. Joan Greene
  20. John Williamson (Arizona)
  21. Jose Torres
  22. Joshua Garcia (Arizona)
  23. Judith McHale
  24. Lisa Chappelle
  25. Mary Matiella
  26. Matt Heinz
  27. Miguel Olivas
  28. Raul Grijalva
  29. Ruben Gallego
  30. Scott Menor
  31. Talia Fuentes
  32. Tom O’Halleran
  33. Tony Margalis
  34. William Foster (Arizona)
  35. Yahya Yuksel

Republican

  1. Andy Biggs
  2. Bill Abatecola
  3. Bob Stump
  4. Brandon Martin (Arizona)
  5. Brenden Dilley
  6. Casey Welch
  7. Chad Allen
  8. Chris Sylvester (Arizona)
  9. Clair Van Steenwyk
  10. Danny Morales
  11. Dave Giles
  12. David Lien
  13. David Schweikert
  14. Debbie Lesko
  15. Edna San Miguel
  16. Irina Baroness Von Behr
  17. James Bond IV (Arizona)
  18. John Heffernan III
  19. Kevin Cavanaugh (Arizona)
  20. Lea Marquez Peterson
  21. Marilyn Wiles
  22. Mark Yates
  23. Martha McSally
  24. Melissa Grable
  25. Nicolas Pierson
  26. Paul Gosar
  27. Phil Lovas
  28. Richard Mack
  29. Sandra Dowling
  30. Sergio Arellano
  31. Seth Leibsohn
  32. Stephen Dolgos
  33. Steve B. Montenegro
  34. Steve Ferrara
  35. Steve Smith (Arizona)
  36. Tiffany Shedd
  37. Wendy Rogers

Other parties

  1. Augie Beyer
  2. Gary Swing
  3. Haryaksha Gregor Knauer
  4. Jaime Vasquez
  5. Kiko Rex
  6. Ray Parrish
  7. Stephen Dolgos
  8. Stephen Kessen

Arkansas

U.S. House

Democratic

  1. Chintan Desai
  2. Clarke Tucker
  3. Gwen Combs
  4. Hayden Shamel
  5. Jonathan Dunkley
  6. Joshua Mahony
  7. Mike Nelson (Arkansas)
  8. Paul Spencer (Arkansas)
  9. Richard Davis (Arkansas)
  10. Robert Butler (Arkansas)

Republican

  1. Bruce Westerman
  2. French Hill
  3. Randy Caldwell
  4. Rick Crawford (Arkansas)
  5. Robb Ryerse
  6. Steve Womack

Other parties

  1. Elvis Presley
  2. Jack Foster
  3. Josh Moody
  4. Lee McQueen
  5. Michael Barrett (Arkansas)
  6. Michael Kalagias
  7. Natashia Burch Hulsey
  8. Tom Canada





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