Despite some disappointing outcomes in gubernatorial races last night, it’s not over yet and there’s still hope for a positive outcome in key races like Arizona and Oregon. Here’s hoping these states are able to get their act together for a positive outcome. No matter the outcome though, we must continue to stay engaged and fight for what we believe in at every level of government. Let’s not give up hope just yet – every vote counts and it’s important to keep praying until all the results are officially in.
Daily Wire reports, As the results of gubernatorial races across the nation came in Tuesday night, Republicans in states like New York and Michigan found their long-shot hopes dashed. As of Wednesday morning, other key gubernatorial races, such as in Arizona, remain too close to call.
According to Decision Desk HQ polling from Wednesday morning, Hobbs was leading Lake 50.3% to 49.7% with 73% of the vote in.
In New Mexico, Democratic incumbent Michelle Lujan Grisham edged out Republican challenger Mark Ronchetti in the state’s gubernatorial election 51.8% to 45.7%, with 98% of the vote counted.
The race in Oregon is too close to be called, too, as Democratic candidate Tina Kotek has a slight lead over Republican candidate Christine Drazan, 45.99% to 44.47% with 79% of the vote counted.
In a high-profile election, Democratic incumbent Gretchen Whitmer held off Republican challenger Tudor Dixon on Tuesday, winning a second term as governor of Michigan.
In New York, Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul defeated GOP Rep. Lee Zeldin.
In a rematch of the 2018 gubernatorial election, Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp defeated Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams.
Pennsylvania stayed blue, with Democratic candidate Josh Shapiro winning over Republican challenger Doug Mastriano, replacing Tom Wolf.
Both Minnesota and Wisconsin stayed blue. Alaska is poised to stay red, as Incumbent Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy is leading Democratic challenger Les Gara in that race.
And in Nevada, Republican Joe Lombardo is currently leading Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak 50.5% to 45.8%, with 87% of the vote counted.
As the midterm elections wind down and results start to come in, we cannot afford to lose hope in key gubernatorial races. In states like Arizona and Oregon, the outcomes are too close to call and every vote matters. While Republicans in New York and Michigan may have faced defeat on Tuesday night, it’s not over yet. Now is the time to continue using our voices and praying for positive outcomes in these crucial races. We must keep fighting for what we believe in and pray for success in securing victory for our preferred candidates. Let’s not give up hope – now is the time to continue pushing for change at the state level and bring about positive change in these gubernatorial races. Let’s keep hoping and praying for a successful outcome.