In Hawaii, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Josh Green and Republican opponent Duke Aiona have contrasting plans for how they would approach the state’s housing crisis.
Prior to Tuesday, over 100 election-related lawsuits were filed about such issues as mail-in voting. Election legal challenges are playing out in Texas and Pennsylvania.
Democrat Rep. Mary Peltola will face off against Republican Sarah Palin and Nick Begich in a repeat of August’s special election through a ranked-choice voting election.
A former governor’s aide to Mike Pence, Diego Morales, is campaigning to be the next secretary of state of Indiana. Morales beat out Holli Sullivan for the Republican nomination.
Voters in North Dakota will decide if they support changing the state constitution to limit the terms of state legislators and governors.
South Dakota GOP Sen. John Thune seeks decisive re-election on Tuesday. Thune holds a major fundraising advantage over Democratic challenger Brian Bengs.
Tony Evers, the current governor of Wisconsin, reiterated his support for abortion in last-minute remarks on Election Day. He said he would keep the GOP in check if re-elected.
Indiana’s GOP U.S. Sen. Todd Young is seeking a second term by maintaining organization advantages and major fundraising over his Democratic challenger Thomas McDermott.
Republicans are hoping to regain a majority in the closely divided U.S. House with GOP candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green, who is running for a northwestern Indiana congressional seat.
Former presidential candidate Evan McMullin aims to unseat Republican Utah Sen. Mike Lee, after running a campaign attempting to tie Lee to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.