Nationwide Election Results

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November 2018

GENERAL ELECTION: November 6, 2018

All 50 states, DC, and permanently-populated US territories (American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands) are included in this dataset.




This spreadsheet includes statewide and county-level results, as well as district-level results for the US House and state legislatures.  Metadata is included.



This ZIP file contains .kmz (Google Earth) maps for county-level results, as well as district-level results for the US House and state legislatures.



This dataset includes election results for the following partisan contests:

·         District-level results:

o   US House of Representatives

o   State Upper Houses

o   State Lower Houses

·         County-level results (including runoffs for statewide contests):

o   Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

o   Attorney General

o   Auditor

o   Commissioner of Agriculture

o   Commissioner of Corporations

o   Commissioner of Insurance

o   Commissioner of Labor

o   Commissioner of Land

o   Commissioner of Public Service

o   Commissioner of Railroads

o   Comptroller

o   Court of Criminal Appeals

o   Governor

o   Justice of the Court of Appeals

o   Justice of the Supreme Court

o   Lieutenant Governor

o   Michigan State University Trustee

o   Secretary of State

o   State Lower Houses

o   State Mine Inspector

o   State Upper Houses

o   Treasurer

o   University Regent

o   US House of Representatives

o   US Senate (including special elections)

o   Wayne State University Governor

·         Statewide totals for all contests are in the Excel spreadsheet



File Type Help

The .geojson, .kmz, and .shp files download as .zip files; unpack them to use them.

Precinct result maps are available in .kmz (Google Earth) format.  These files can be opened with the free programs Google Earth and ArcGIS Earth.

Precinct result maps are also available in .geojson format.  This format can be opened with ESRI's ArcGIS products and is often used in web mapping applications.

Shapefiles contain the full resolution precinct boundaries.  They can be opened with QGIS (free) and with ESRI's ArcGIS products.

The Excel file contains precinct results in spreadsheet form.  It can be opened with Microsoft Excel, Open Office (free), or Google Docs (free).

Metadata is provided in .pdf format.  Adobe Acrobat is typically used to open these files.  Most computers already have the free Acrobat Reader installed.