SAFE SEATS | AZ-5 | CA-44 | WY-0 | WA-7 | VA-5 | VA-4 | VA-2 | TX-19 | TX-15 | TN-8 | NY-13 | NC-13 | NC-2 | MI-10 | MD-8 | MD-4 | KY-1 | KS-1 | IL-8 | IN-3 | GA-3 | FL-19 | FL-11 | FL-10 | FL-9 | FL-5 | FL-4 | FL-2 | FL-1 | DE-0 | CA-46 | CA-20

Primary Winners Coast to Victory in Open Safe Seats

Delaware elected its first female representative.

Nov. 9, 2016, 11:10 a.m.

Nom­in­ees who were favored in open par­tis­an dis­tricts went on to win their races Tues­day.

AZ-05: State Sen­ate Pres­id­ent Andy Biggs (R)

CA-20: Monterey County Deputy Dis­trict At­tor­ney Jimmy Pan­etta (D)

CA-44: Former Her­mosa Beach May­or Nanette Bar­ragan (D)

CA-46: Former state Sen. Lou Cor­rea (D)

DELAWARE AT-LARGE: Former state Labor Sec­ret­ary Lisa Blunt-Rochester (D)

FL-01: State Rep. Matt Gaetz (R)

FL-02: Phys­i­cian Neal Dunn (R)

FL-04: Former Jack­son­ville County Sher­iff John Ruther­ford (R)

FL-05: Former state Sen. Al Lawson (D)

FL-09: State Sen. Dar­ren Soto (D)

FL-10: Former Or­lando Po­lice Chief Val De­m­ings (D)

FL-11: Rep. Daniel Web­ster (R)

FL-19: Former U.S. am­bas­sad­or Fran­cis Rooney (R)

GA-03: Former West Point May­or Drew Fer­guson (R)

IN-03: State Sen. Jim Banks (R)

IL-08: Former state deputy treas­urer Raja Krish­namoorthi (D)

KS-01: Phys­i­cian Ro­ger Mar­shall (R)

KY-01: Ag­ri­cul­ture Com­mis­sion­er James Comer (R)

MD-04: Former lieu­ten­ant gov­ernor An­thony Brown (D)

MD-08: State Sen. Jam­ie Raskin (D)

MI-10: Busi­ness­man Paul Mitchell (R)

NC-02: Rep. George Hold­ing (R)

NC-13: Gun range own­er Ted Budd (R)

NY-13: State Sen. Ad­ri­ano Es­pail­lat (D)

TN-08: Former U.S. At­tor­ney Dav­id Kus­toff (R)

TX-15: At­tor­ney Vin­cente Gonzales (D)

TX-19: Former Texas Tech Vice Chan­cel­lor Jodey Ar­ring­ton (R)

VA-02: State Del. Scott Taylor (R)

VA-04: State Sen. Don­ald McEachin (D)

VA-05: State Sen. Tom Gar­rett (R)

WA-07: State Sen. Pram­ila Jayap­al (D)

WYOM­ING AT-LARGE: 2014 Sen­ate can­did­ate Liz Cheney (R)

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