Here’s How Trump-Endorsed Candidates Did On Election Night
President Donald Trump has given his endorsement to 79 gubernatorial, House and Senate Republican candidates on the ballot Tuesday and stumped for many of them in their home states.
Trump’s 43-31 as of Wednesday.
That leaves several candidates whose fate is still up in the air such as Republican Georgia gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, who declared victory over Oprah Winfrey-endorsed Democrat Stacey Abrams Wednesday although the race hasn’t been officially called.
Here are the Republican candidates who received Trump’s endorsement, according to Ballotpedia:
Trump endorsed 18 candidates for governor who were on the ballot Tuesday, five of whom are incumbents. So far he’s 8-8 with two races uncalled. Those losses include one incumbent, Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who went down to Democratic challenger Tony Evers in Wisconsin.
It’s worth noting that Trump also endorsed Wyoming gubernatorial candidate Foster Friess in August, but Friess lost in the primaries to Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon. (RELATED: These Democrats’ Campaign Ads Definitely Backfired)
Kansas gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach also received attention after Trump endorsed the challenger over GOP incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer in August. Kobach lost to Democrat Laura Kelly.
Gubernatorial Endorsees Who Won
- Mike Dunleavy, Alaska
- Doug Ducey, Arizona incumbent
- Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas incumbent
- Mike DeWine, Ohio
- Kevin Stitt, Oklahoma
- Henry McMaster, South Carolina incumbent
- Bill Lee, Tennessee
- Greg Abbott, Texas incumbent
Gubernatorial Endorsees Who Lost
- John Cox, California
- Walker Stapleton, Colorado
- Bob Stefanowski, Connecticut
- Kris Kobach, Kansas
- Bill Schuette, Michigan
- Jeff Johnson, Minnesota
- Adam Laxalt, Nevada
- Scott Walker, Wisconsin incumbent
Gubernatorial Races Undecided
- Ron DeSantis, Florida
- Brian Kemp, Georgia
Trump endorsed 20 senatorial candidates who were on the ballot Tuesday, including six incumbents. Trump is 10-8 right now in the races that have been called.
Trump also endorsed West Virginia Republican Rep. Evan Jenkins before Jenkins lost to state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey by roughly 5 points, according to Ballotpedia. Trump touted candidates in tight races, like Senate hopeful Florida Gov. Rick Scott in the days leading up to the election.
Senate Endorsees Who Won
- Mike Braun, Indiana
- Cindy Hyde-Smith, Mississippi special election incumbent will advance to runoff
- Roger Wicker, Mississippi incumbent
- Josh Hawley, Missouri
- Deb Fischer, Nebraska incumbent
- Kevin Cramer, North Dakota
- Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee
- Ted Cruz, Texas incumbent
- John Barrasso, Wyoming incumbent
- Mitt Romney, Utah
Senate Endorsees Who Lost
- Jim Renacci, Ohio
- Lou Barletta, Pennsylvania
- Patrick Morrisey, West Virginia
- Leah Vukmir, Wisconsin
- John James, Michigan
- Karin Housley, Minnesota special election
- Matt Rosendale, Montana
- Dean Heller, Nevada incumbent
Senate Races Undecided
- Martha McSally, Arizona
- Rick Scott, Florida
House of Representatives Endorsees
Trump endorsed 41 House candidates, including 28 incumbents. Trump is 25-15 in the House so far. Twelve out of 16 of the candidates he endorsed who won are incumbents.
Trump endorsees facing tough races included Virginia Rep. Dave Brat, who lost to Democratic challenger and former CIA officer Abigail Spanberger, and Ohio Rep. Troy Balderson, who defeated Democrat Danny O’Connor after beating him in an August special election. (RELATED: Here’s How Obama-Endorsed Candidates Did On Election Night)
House Endorsees Who Won
- Martha Roby, Alabama 2nd Congressional District incumbent
- Paul Cook, California 8th Congressional District incumbent
- Devin Nunes, California 22nd Congressional District incumbent
- Kevin McCarthy, California 23rd Congressional District incumbent
- Matt Gaetz, Florida 1st Congressional District incumbent
- Neal Dunn, Florida 2nd Congressional District incumbent
- Ted Yoho, Florida 3rd Congressional District incumbent
- Ross Spano, Florida 15th Congressional District
- Andy Barr, Kentucky 6th Congressional District incumbent
- Clay Higgins, Louisiana 3rd Congressional District incumbent
- Jim Hagedorn, Minnesota 1st Congressional District
- Tom Emmer, Minnesota 6th Congressional District incumbent
- Pete Stauber, Minnesota 8th Congressional District
- Tom Reed, New York 23rd Congressional District incumbent
- Lee Zeldin, New York 1st Congressional District incumbent
- Mark Harris, North Carolina 9th Congressional District
- Ted Budd, North Carolina 13th Congressional District incumbent
- Troy Balderson, Ohio 12th Congressional District incumbent
- Lloyd Smucker, Pennsylvania 11th Congressional District incumbent
- David Kustoff, Tennessee 8th Congressional District incumbent
- Kevin Brady, Texas 8th Congressional District incumbent
- Denver Riggleman, Virginia 5th Congressional District
- Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington 5th Congressional District incumbent
- Carol Miller, West Virginia 3rd Congressional District
- Bryan Steil, Wisconsin 1st Congressional District
House Endorsees Who Lost
- Diane Harkey, California 49th Congressional District
- Rod Blum, Iowa 1st Congressional District incumbent
- Kevin Yoder, Kansas incumbent
- Jason Lewis, Minnesota 2nd Congressional District incumbent
- Erik Paulsen, Minnesota 3rd Congressional District incumbent
- Dave Hughes, Minnesota 7th Congressional District
- Jay Webber, New Jersey 11th Congressional District
- Dan Donovan, New York 11th Congressional District incumbent
- John Faso, New York 19th Congressional District incumbent
- Danny Tarkanian, Nevada 3rd Congressional District
- John Chrin, Pennsylvania 8th Congressional District
- Keith Rothfus, Pennsylvania 17th Congressional District incumbent
- Katie Arrington, South Carolina 1st Congressional District
- Pete Sessions, Texas 32nd Congressional District incumbent
- Dave Brat, Virginia 7th Congressional District incumbent
House Endorsees Undecided
- Bruce Poliquin, Maine 2nd Congressional District incumbent
This post is developing and will be updated.
This post has been edited to reflect that Congressman-elect Ross Spano won an open seat and was not an incumbent and that Texas Rep. Kevin Brady, won, not lost, his race.
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