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LIVE UPDATES: 2022 U.S. House Results

LIVE UPDATES: 2022 U.S. House Results

The Republicans cam easily kick Nancy out of the Speaker’s seat.

PICTURED ABOVE: Oregon House candidates GOP Lori Chavez-DeRemer and Democrat Jamie McLeod-Skinner, California House candidates Democrat Katie Porter and GOP candidate Scott Braugh.

The Republicans can easily take control of the House. We’ll update here as the results roll in.

Georgia’s 6th District

Republican Rich McCormick has a big lead over Democrat Bob Christian. It would be a flip for the Republicans since Democrat Lucy McBath holds it.

Another Flip

Republican Jen Kiggans is leading incumbent Democrat Elaine Luria in VA-02.

First Flip

FL-13 flipped from Democrat to Republican with Anna Paulina Luna beating Eric Lynn. Charlie Crist held the seat before resigning to run against Ron DeSantis. LOLOL!!

MTG Wins

The Democrats spent $11 million to defeat Marjorie Taylor Greene. LOL

Key House Races:

CA-09
CA-26
CA-47
IL-06
IL-14
NJ-03
NY-03
NY-04
NY-25
OR-05

Closing Time for Polls

From Fox News:

6 p.m.
Indiana and Kentucky

7 p.m.
Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota (poll closings range, but begin at 7:00 p.m.), Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming.

7:30 p.m
Arkansas, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia

8 p.m.
Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.

9 p.m.
New York

Variations
New Hampshire — Poll closing times vary, but cannot be before 7:00 p.m.

Tennessee — Polling locations close at 7:00 p.m. if located in Central Time Zone, and 8:00 p.m. if located in Eastern Time Zone.

Make sure to check with your local election officials for any changes to poll closing times, or for updated polling location information or additional variations that may not be listed.

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Comments

Why do Democratic Women always look like a caricature of Lesbians or men? What is up with that?

    diver64 in reply to diver64. | November 8, 2022 at 5:22 pm

    I should point out that I know a number of Lesbians and Gay Men. They look just like everyone else not like the politicians or the self appointed Leaders of the gay community but Democratic Women just are strange.

      JohnSmith100 in reply to diver64. | November 8, 2022 at 7:52 pm

      I sort of agree, for the most part. Some do not look like everyone else. Some have mannerisms which scream that they are not heterosexuals’.

      I never cared about this until I stopped on a whim at a restaurant with a date. What bothered me is that there were some very attractive ladies, I thought it was a waste that I could not get to know them better.

    When you post that all Democratic Women look like lesbians or men, do you think you are ever going to convince any Independent or Democrat woman to vote for a Republican? You are delusional. And you hurt all Conservatives and Republicans when you post this s–t.

      Paddy M in reply to JR. | November 8, 2022 at 7:39 pm

      Make sure to pop into the Senate thread, JR. A poster there is calling a black guy dumb and that could potentially cost black votes. Hop to, Scoldilocks.

Oh grow up. You are pathetic.

Colonel Travis | November 8, 2022 at 6:41 pm

Guam has tipped over, goes red for the first time in 30 years.

Oklahoma is in the central time zone and polls close at 7pm CST, or 8pm EST.

BTW, on Friday a “severe storm” went through Idabel OK and destroyed one of the polling places. The storm was only a F4 tornado. But the State Election Board found another polling site in the same precinct. It looks like the new place is only 2 miles away from the original place.

Both polling places are churches. A lot of polling places are churches since they usually have large parking lots (no cost), meeting rooms with separate entrances away from the main church area, I used to vote in a elementary school (since restricted access) and the local armory (changed after 9/11). Churches are may in number, easy to access, and relatively safe.

About 9% of the eligible voters returned their absentee ballots or did early voting (4 days). 51.68% were Rs, 37.26% were Ds. The 11/1 stats on registered voters were 51.19%Rs, 29.94 % Ds, 18% were Ind.

The polls just closed, so the results start showing up soon.

    Liz in reply to Liz. | November 8, 2022 at 9:17 pm

    At 8pm CST, 37% of the precincts have reported and all the state-wide and federal posts are strong R results. In many cases, the Ds held a lead in the mail-in absentee voting, the Rs did better in the in person absentee voting and the Rs are crushing it in today’s voting.

    At 8:10 pm – 50.71% of the precincts have reported. All the Rs are still winning. But, OK County is the largest county and about 16% of the precincts have reported and most Ds are leading.

Very good night for Rs in Florida, but not so good overall. Few gains but not exactly a wave at this point.

Some key races still close.

I don’t particular care for this: No precinct has reported in Sheila Jackson Lee’s district (Houston). Foul play anticipated. Otherwise, everything pretty much as expected in Texas.

    txvet2 in reply to txvet2. | November 9, 2022 at 12:20 am

    Lee’s district is now reporting, and of course she’s killing it.

      CommoChief in reply to txvet2. | November 9, 2022 at 6:36 am

      For most races for HoR the shenanigans in the CD are front loaded.
      1. Both parties use gerrymandering to basically build the CD around the candidate
      2. Voters have been moving within and among States in what has been called the ‘Great Sorting’. Accelerated with Rona, May have played a role in the NY Gov race with out migration from MY to other States like FL.
      3. Voter registration and control of the election mechanics. The d/prog control the process in blue enclave Counties and Cities which comprise the CD.

      So no way an incumbent in a ‘minority majority’ CD loses. Incumbency confers a big advantage. Incumbents win close to 95% with the rare losses coming after redistricting (like now) or after some really bad scandal and they lose a primary vote. Occasionally a complacent incumbent gets knocked off in a primary by a younger, more hungry candidate that the media decides to crush on; AOC. Rare though.