Kansas Election 2022 Unofficial Results

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Governor/Lt. Governor (100% in, 983,266 votes)

Laura Kelly / David Toland (D, incumbent): 484,777 votes, 49%

Derek Schmidt / Katie Sawyer (R): 467,827 votes, 48%

Seth Cordell / Evan Laudick-Gains (L): 10,756 votes, 1%

Dennis Pyle / Kathleen E. Garrison (i): 19,906 votes, 2%

U.S. Senate (100% in, 978,969 votes)

Mark R. Holland (D): 359,363 votes, 37%

Jerry Moran (R, incumbent): 590,760 votes, 60% (projected winner)

David C. Graham (L): 28,846 votes, 3%

Kansas Secretary of State (100% in, 970,157 votes)

Jeanna Repass (D): 373,859 votes, 38%

Scott J. Schwab (R, incumbent): 569,220 votes, 59% (projected winner)

Cullene Lang (L): 27,078 votes, 3%

Kansas State Treasurer (100% in, 961,906 votes)

Lynn W Rogers (D, incumbent): 394,443 votes, 41%

Steven Johnson (R): 523,533 votes, 54% (projected winner)

Steve Roberts (L): 43,930 votes, 5%

Kansas Attorney General (100% in, 972,398 votes)

Chris Mann (D): 476,026 votes, 49%

Kris Kobach (R): 496,372 votes, 51% (projected winner)

U.S. House of Representatives (District 1; Manhattan/Western) (100% in, 232,757 votes)

James Beard (D): 74,471 votes, 32%

Tracey Mann (R, incumbent): 158,286 votes, 68% (projected winner)

U.S. House of Representatives (District 2; Lawrence/Eastern) (100% in, 228,317 votes)

Patrick Schmidt (D): 96,707 votes, 42%

Jake LaTurner (R, incumbent): 131,610 votes, 57% (projected winner)

U.S. House of Representatives (District 3; Kansas City) (100% in, 292,046 votes)

Sharice Davids (D, incumbent): 159,737 votes, 55% (projected winner)

Amanda L. Adkins (R): 125,610 votes, 43%

Steven A Hohe (L): 6,699 votes, 2%

U.S. House of Representatives (District 4; Wichita/Southern) (100% in, 222,623 votes)

Bob Hernandez (D): 80,651 votes, 36%

Ron Estes (R, incumbent): 141,972 votes, 64% (projected winner)

Kansas House of Representatives (District 67; West Manhattan) (100% in, 8,573 votes)

Kim Zito (D): 4,068 votes, 47%

Mike Dodson (R, incumbent): 4,505 votes, 53% (winner)

Kansas State Board of Education (District 1; Riley County and others) (100% in, 95,445 votes)

Jeffrey Howards (D): 36,742 votes, 38%

Danny Zeck (R): 58,703 votes, 62% (projected winner)

Kansas Commissioner of Insurance (100% in, 955,683 votes)

Kiel Corkran (D): 350,833 votes, 37%

Vicki Schmidt (R, incumbent): 604,850 votes, 63% (projected winner)

Constitutional Amendment – Legislative Oversight (Rules and Regulations) (100% in, 928,313 votes)

Yes: 460,284 votes, 50%

No: 468,029 votes, 50%

Constitutional Amendment – Sheriff Election and Recall (100% in, 930,407)

Yes: 575,108 votes, 62% (projected outcome)

No: 355,299 votes, 38%

 

Editor’s note: This page will be continuously updated throughout election night and in the days to come until all races have been called. This page was last updated at 10:50 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10. For full unofficial election results, visit the 2022 Kansas General Election Unofficial Results page. The 2022 Kansas General Election Unofficial Results page is the Collegian’s source for vote counts and percentage points. The title of this article was also updated to specify these results as unofficial.

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I'm Carter Schaffer, the editor-in-chief of the Collegian. Previously I wrote for the news desk and did some photo/video work. I am a junior in journalism and hope to work in news or video production one day. I grew up in Andover, Kansas, home of the Andover Trojans, and I've been a Wildcat all my life.