See all results for Tuesday’s primary elections by state

Elections 2022

(NewsNation) — Five states held closely watched primaries Tuesday, several of which were seen as the latest tests of former President Donald Trump’s hold over the GOP.

Voters in the states of Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington headed to the polls Tuesday to decide on Senate, House and gubernatorial nominees, along with a key secretary of state’s race and a ballot measure on abortion.

The races feature everything from a proxy battle between Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence to an incumbent-on-incumbent primary to lawmakers who voted to impeach Trump fighting for their political lives.

See the results of each state by using the links below:

The results pages will be updated through the night as results are tabulated and races are called.

Results highlights
  • Trump-endorsed Tudor Dixon won the Republican nomination for governor in Michigan, setting up a general election showdown with incumbent Democrat Gretchen Whitmer. Dixon, a political commentator, was endorsed by Trump on Friday.
  • Missouri’s Attorney General Eric Schmitt won the Republican nomination for Senate, after possibly securing an endorsement from Trump, following the former president’s endorsement of “Eric,” in a race that featured three candidates named Eric. Both Schmitt and fellow candidate, former Gov. Eric Greitens, claimed Trump endorsed them.
  • Rep. Haley Stevens (D-Mich.) defeated Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) in a race that pitted incumbent against incumbent in a district redrawn together during redistricting. Stevens, who worked in the Obama administration, secured the Democratic nomination for U.S. House District 11 on Tuesday night.
  • A Kansas abortion measure called “value them both” did not pass. Voters were deciding whether to give the state legislature more control over enacting abortion bans, overturning a 2019 Kansas Supreme Court decision that protected abortion rights in the state.

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