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2022 Midterm Election Results

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO) – Results from the 2022 Midterm Election races. Look for updates throughout the day.

INDIANA

U.S. Senate (89% of precincts reporting)
Todd Young (R) 1,062,322 – 59% ** Declared winner **
Tom McDermott (D) 674,995 – 37%
James Sceniak (L) 62,125 – 3%

U.S. House of Representatives  – 3rd District (84% of precincts reporting)
Jim Banks (R) 128, 919 – 66% ** Declared winner **
Gary Snyder (D) 58,082 – 30%
Nathan Gotsch (I) 9,152 – 5%

U.S. House of Representatives – 2nd District (99% of precincts reporting)
Rudy Yakym (R) 125,222 – 65% ** Declared winner **
Paul Steury (D) 62,726 – 32%
William Henry (L) 5,782 – 3%

U.S. House of Representatives – 1st District (96% of precincts reporting)
Jennifer-Ruth Green (R) 100,411 – 47%
Frank Mrvan (D) 112,508 – 52% ** Declared winner **

Indiana Senate – District 14 (72% of precincts reporting)
Tyler Johnson (R) 11,820 – 61% ** Declared winner **
Zach Heimach (D) 7,564 – 39%

Indiana House – District 22 (98% of precincts reporting)
Craig Snow (R) 14,732 – 79%  ** Declared winner **
Dee Moore (D) 3,045 – 16%
Josh Vergiels (L) 783 – 4%

Indiana House – District 33 (80% of precincts reporting)
John Prescott (R) 10,496 – 71% ** Declared winner **
John Bartlett (D) 4,322 – 29%

Indiana House – District 50 (98% of precincts reporting)
Lorissa Sweet (R) 16,416 – 78% ** Declared winner **
Tammari Ingalls (D) 4,737 – 22%

Indiana House – District 51 (100% of precincts reporting)
Dennis Zent (R) 10,753 – 76% ** Declared winner **
Michael Travis (D) 3,469 – 24%

Indiana House – District 82 (74% of precincts reporting)
Kyle Miller (D) 5,170 – 59%
Davyd Jones (R) 3,619 0 41%

Auditor of State (89% of precincts reporting)
Tera K. Klutz (R) 969,734 – 60% ** Declared winner **
Zenai Brooks (D) 594,376 – 37%
John Andrew Schick (L) 55,952 – 3%

Secretary of State (89% of precincts reporting)
Diego Morales (R) 901,529 – 54% ** Declared winner **
Destiny Wells (D) 670,625 – 40%
Jeff Maurer (L) 92,740 – 6%

Treasurer of State (89% of precincts reporting)
Daniel Elliott (R) 988,517 – 61% ** Declared winner **
Jessica McClellan (D) 639,333 – 39%

ALLEN COUNTY

Allen County Commissioner, District 3 (98% of precincts reporting)
Richard Beck (R) 56,311 – 62%
Jorge Fernandez (D) 35,100 – 38%

Allen County Sheriff (98% of precincts reporting)
Troy R. Hershberger (R) 55,758 – 60% ** Declared winner **
Kevin Hunter (D) 36,814 – 40%

Allen County Council – District 1 (98% of precincts reporting)
Josh Hale (R) 8,349 – 52%
Paulette Nellems (D) 7,769 – 48%

Allen County Council – District 2 (98% of precincts reporting)
Thomas Harris (R) 16,433 – 67%
Curtis Nash (D) 8,244 – 33%

Allen County Council – District 4 (98% of precincts reporting)
Don Wyss (R) 14,997 – 57%
Nancy Brickley (D) 11,131 – 43%

 

SCHOOL BOARDS

EACS Board – District 1R (98% of precincts reporting)
George Niklow 3,391 – 27%
Timothy Hines 8,978 – 73%

EACS District 3E (98% of precincts reporting)
Darnell Hicks 591 – 40%
Lee Wilson Jr. 266 – 18%
Pamela Dukes 636 – 43%

FWCS Board – District 1 (98% of precincts reporting)
Jeannette Jaquish 2,026 – 29%
Julia Hollingsworth 4,873 – 71%

NACS Board – District 3 (98% of precincts reporting)
Benjamin MacDonald 5,743 – 47%
Kristi Schlatter 6,526 – 53%

NACS Board At Large – District 4 (98% of precincts reporting)
Christine Gilsinger 3,981 – 16%
Darren Vogt 5,326 – 22%
Elizabeth Hathaway 5,849 – 24%
Eric Ellingson 4,631 – 19%
Jessica Hopkins 3,753 – 15%
Rick Norton 1,028 – 4%

SACS Board – At Large (98% of precincts reporting)
Amanda Tokos 5,957 – 22%
Dawn Fritts 1,393 – 5%
Doug Copley 6,053 – 23%
Kim Moppert 7,204 – 27%
Stephanie Veit 6,166 – 23%

 

OHIO 

U.S. Senate (97% of precincts reporting)
J.D. Vance (R) 2,147,898 – 53% ** Declared winner **
Tim Ryan (D) 1,883,223 – 46%

Governor (97% of precincts reporting)
Mike DeWine (R) 2,528,018 – 62% ** Declared winner **
Nan Whaley (D) 1,497,966 – 37%

 

GEORGIA

U.S. Senate (98% of precincts reporting)
Herschel Walker (R) 1,906,230 – 48.52%
Raphael Warnock (D) 1,941,476 – 49.42%

 

MICHIGAN

Governor (98% of precincts reporting)
Tudor Dixon (R) 1,956,780 – 43%
Gretchen Whitmer (D) 2,425,440 – 54% ** Declared winner **

 

NEVADA

U.S. Senate (77% of precincts reporting)
Adam Laxalt (R) 418,461 – 49%
Catherine Cortez Masto (D) 395,866 – 47%

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

U.S. Senate (92% of precincts reporting)
Don Bolduc (R) 254,971 – 44%
Maggie Hassan (D) 310,308 – 53% ** Declared winner **

 

OREGON

U.S. Senate (65% of precincts reporting)
Jo Rae Perkins (R) 602,701 – 42%
Ron Wyden (D) 789,404 – 55% ** Declared winner **

 

PENNSYLVANIA

U.S. Senate (94% of precincts reporting)
Mehmet Oz (R) 2,458,421 – 47%
John Fetterman (D) 2,637,656 50% – ** Declared winner **

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Don Berning November 10, 2022 at 3:45 pm

Looking for Whitley County School Board results.

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