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2022 Vermont Election Results – The New York Times

2022 Vermont Election Results – The New York Times

2022 Vermont Election Results – The New York Times

Sheldonincumbent


Democrat

44%

>95%

Shyincumbent


Democrat

42%

Conlonincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Lanpherincumbent


Democrat

31.2%

Birongincumbent


Democrat

30.9%

>95%

Olderincumbent


Democrat

33%

wiresincumbent


Democrat

32%

>95%

Christian


republican

37%

>95%
Undeniably

Brownellincumbent


Democrat

50.4%

Therefore


republican

49.6%

>95%

Corcoranincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Whitmanincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Durfeeincumbent


Democrat

62%

Harwood


republican

38%

>95%

Jamesincumbent


Democrat

39.4%

Bongartzincumbent


Democrat

39.2%

>95%

Morrisseyincumbent


republican

41%

Carroll


Democrat

31%

>95%

Gaiotti


republican

47%

>95%

Farlice-blonde


Democrat

Undeniably

Trojanincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Wilson


republican

36.0%

LaBounty


Democrat

35.7%

>95%

Campbellincumbent


Democrat

30.0%

Beckincumbent


republican

29.8%

>95%

Pearlincumbent


Democrat

68%

Despathy


Independent

32%

>95%

Brownincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Bradyincumbent


Democrat

35%

Arsenault


Democrat

31%

>95%
Undeniably

Squirrelincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Tuscany


republican

28%

>95%
Undeniably
Undeniably

Brumstedincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably
Undeniably
Undeniably
Undeniably
Undeniably

LaLondeincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Bluemleincumbent


Democrat

47%

>95%

Stebbinsincumbent


Democrat

44%

Rachelsonincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably
Undeniably

Chineseincumbent


Progressive

Undeniably

Headrick


Progressive

Undeniably

Krowinskiincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably
Undeniably

Mulvaney-Stanakincumbent


Progressive

Undeniably

Hooperincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

He leavesincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Austinincumbent


Democrat

45%

>95%

Brennanincumbent


republican

43%

Taylorincumbent


Democrat

33%

Chaseincumbent


Democrat

31%

>95%

Old man


Democrat

44%

Smallincumbent


Progressive

42%

>95%

Houghtonincumbent


Democrat

42%

Dolanincumbent


Democrat

40%

>95%

Carnationincumbent


Democrat

31%

>95%

Blackincumbent


Democrat

64%

Drury


republican

36%

>95%

Andrews


Democrat

54%

Duquette


republican

46%

>95%

Mattosincumbent


republican

36%

Taylor


republican

33%

>95%

Williamsincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Workincumbent


republican

60%

Stevens


Democrat

40%

>95%

branagan


republican

69%

Bartley


republican

12%

>95%

Dickinsonincumbent


republican

Undeniably

McCarthyincumbent


Democrat

57%

Luneau


republican

43%

>95%
Undeniably

Walkerincumbent


republican

Undeniably

thereincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Larocheincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Gregoireincumbent


republican

59%

Churchill


Democrat

41%

>95%

Demar


republican

55%

Weeds


Progressive

36%

>95%

Toofincumbent


republican

57%

Dees-Erickson


Democrat

43%

>95%

Morganincumbent


republican

26%

Leavitt


Democrat

25%

>95%

Lipsky


Independent

61%

Time


Democrat

39%

>95%

Donnallyincumbent


Democrat

31.6%

No yesincumbent


Democrat

31.0%

>95%

Pitre


republican

30%

>95%

LaMont


Democrat

33.6%

Pattincumbent


Democrat

33.1%

>95%

Lefebvreincumbent


republican

46%

74%

Priestley


Democrat

63%

>95%

Grahamincumbent


republican

61%

Keighley


Democrat

39%

>95%

Parsonsincumbent


republican

53%

Root-Winchester


Democrat

47%

>95%

Hooperincumbent


Democrat

37%

Satcowitzincumbent


Democrat

29%

>95%

Smithincumbent


republican

60%

Alexander


Democrat

40%

>95%

Pageincumbent


republican

Undeniably
Undeniably

Simsincumbent


Democrat

61%

Strongincumbent


republican

39%

>95%

Higleyincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Marcotteincumbent


republican

Undeniably

McCoyincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Burdittincumbent


republican

27%

Petersonincumbent


republican

25%

>95%

Sammis


republican

51%

>95%
Undeniably
Undeniably

Howardincumbent


Democrat

60%

Laskevich


republican

40%

>95%

Nightincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Shawincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Jeromeincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Canfieldincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Harrisonincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Chesnut-Tangerman


Democrat

54%

Acheyincumbent


republican

46%

>95%

Nicolincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Donahueincumbent


republican

38%

Goslantincumbent


republican

32%

>95%

Dolanincumbent


Democrat

40%

>95%

Anthonyincumbent


Democrat

33%

Williams


Democrat

26%

>95%

McCann


Democrat

36.6%

Casey


Democrat

35.7%

>95%
Undeniably

Goal


republican

31%

>95%

A treeincumbent


Democrat

42%

Stevensincumbent


Democrat

38%

>95%

McFaunincumbent


republican

38%

Galfetti


republican

36%

>95%

Coffeyincumbent


Democrat

66%

Gas set


republican

34%

>95%

Sibyliaincumbent


Independent

70%

Wilson


Independent

30%

>95%

Goldmanincumbent


Democrat

37%

Bos-Lunincumbent


Democrat

34%

>95%

Mrowickiincumbent


Democrat

80%

Kuralt


republican

20%

>95%

For a long timeincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Roberts


Democrat

65%

Lyddy


republican

35%

>95%

Kornheiserincumbent


Democrat

74%

Martin


republican

26%

>95%

Burkeincumbent


Democrat

90%

He’s laughing


republican

10%

>95%

Lostincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Pajalaincumbent


Independent

Undeniably

Bartholomewincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Burrowsincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Arrisonincumbent


Democrat

57%

Lindberg


Independent

43%

>95%

Morrisincumbent


Democrat

37%

Emmonsincumbent


Democrat

36%

>95%

Surprisingincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Cappellini


Independent

27%

>95%

Christieincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably
Undeniably

Whiteincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

O’Brienincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Holcombe


Democrat

42%

Maslandincumbent


Democrat

41%

>95%
>95%



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