Angélica Escobar 

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The 2022 Midterms have come to a close. Here is a roundup of all the propositions and politicians that have been elected, as of ten a.m on November 10th from Associated Press. Results may change.

Senate:

Runoff Election Scheduled:  

  • For Georgia
  • Between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker

Ron Johnson: 

  • For Wisconsin
  • Republican

Maggie Hansen: 

  • For New Hampshire
  • Democrat

Ted Budd: 

  • For North Carolina
  • Republican

J.D. Vance: 

  • For Ohio
  • Republican

John Fetterman: 

  • For Pennsylvania
  • Democratic

Alex Padilla: 

  • For California
  • Democratic

Michael Bennet: 

  • For Colorado
  • Democratic

Richard Blumenthal: 

  • For Connecticut
  • Democratic

Marco Rubio: 

  • For Florida
  • Republican

Mike Crapo: 

  • For Idaho
  • Republican

Todd Young: 

  • For Indiana
  • Republican

Tammy Duckworth: 

  • For Illinois
  • Democratic

Rand Paul: 

  • For Kentucky
  • Republican

Chuck Grassley: 

  • For Iowa
  • Republican

Eric Schmitt: 

  • For Missouri
  • Republican

Ron Wyden:

  • For Oregon
  • Democratic

Charles Schumer: 

  • For New York
  • Democrat

Peter Welch:

  • For Vermont
  • Democrat

John Boozman: 

  • For Arkansas
  • Republican

John Kennedy: 

  • For Louisiana
  • Republican

Chris Van Hollen 

  • For Maryland
  • Democrat

Tim Scott: 

  • For South Carolina
  • Republican

John Thune: 

  • For South Dakota
  • Republican

John Hoeven: 

  • For North Dakota
  • Republican

Patty Murray: 

  • For Washington
  • Democratic

Jerry Moran: 

  • For Kansas
  • Republican

James Lauleford & Markwayne Mullen:

  • For Oklahoma
  • Republicans

 

For House Seats in Southern California:

Overall, Democrats lost seven seats and Republicans gained six.

Raul Riaz

  • For District 25
  • Democrat

Julia Brownley

  • For District 26
  • Democrat

Mike Garcia

  • For District 27
  • Republican

Judy Chu

  • For District 28
  • Democrat

Tony Cardenas

  • For District 29
  • Democrat

Adam Schiff

  • For District 30
  • Democrat

Grace Napolitano

  • For District 31
  • Democrat

Brad Sherman

  • For District 32
  • Democrat

Pete Aguilar

  • For District 33
  • Democrat

Jimmy Gomez

  • For District 34
  • Democrat

Norma Torres

  • For District 35
  • Democrat

Ted Lieu

  • For District 36
  • Democrat

Sydney Kamlager

  • For District 37
  • Democrat

Linda Sanchez

  • For District 38
  • Democrat

Mark Takano

  • For District 39
  • Democrat

Young Kim

  • For District 40
  • Republican

Will Rollins

  • For District 41
  • Democrat

Robert Garcia

  • For District 42
  • Democrat

Maxine Waters

  • For District 43
  • Democrat

Nanette Barragan

  • For District 44
  • Democrat

Michelle Steel

  • For District 45
  • Republican

Lou Correrea

  • For District 46
  • Democrat

Katie Porter

  • For District 47
  • Democrat

Darrell Issa

  • For District 48
  • Republican

Mike Levin

  • For District 49
  • Democrat

Scott Peters

  • For District 50
  • Democrat

Sara Jacobs

  • For District 51
  • Democrat

Juan Vargas

  • For Distract 52
  • Democrat

Propositions Passed:

Proposition 1: Adds the right to abortion and contraceptive use to state constitution

Proposition 28: Increases spending on arts programs in public schools

Proposition 31: Upholds state law barring the sale of flavored tobacco

Propositions Not Passed:

Proposition 26: Allows Native American tribes to offer sports betting on tribal lands

Proposition 27: Legalizes sports betting via agreements with Native American tribes

Proposition 29: Regulates staffing of kidney dialysis clinics

Proposition 30: Imposes a tax to support the purchase of electric vehicles

 

 Photo Courtesy of Chris Delmas via Getty Images 

Authors

  • Emily Henderson

    Emily Henderson is the Assistant News Editor for the Quaker Campus. She is a second-year English Creative Writing major with a Film Studies minor. When trying to relax from work and school, she likes to read epic fantasy novels, watch cartoons, go to Disneyland, and drink unhealthy amounts of tea.

  • Angélica Escobar

    Angélica Escobar has just started working for the Quaker Campus for the 2020-21 academic year, and is currently a copy writer. She enjoys writing about politics, opinions, and arts and culture.

  • Abigail Padilla

    Goth Barbie and Disney Villain. Wanna be Tattoo artist and educator.

Emily Henderson is the Assistant News Editor for the Quaker Campus. She is a second-year English Creative Writing major with a Film Studies minor. When trying to relax from work and school, she likes to read epic fantasy novels, watch cartoons, go to Disneyland, and drink unhealthy amounts of tea.

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