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‹ 2013 50-star-flag-big 2015
US Gubernatorial Elections, 2014
38 governorships
November 4, 2014
First party Second party
Chris-Christie Shumlin
Leader Chris Christie Peter Shumlin
Party Republican Democratic
Last election 29 21
Seats won 30 20
Seat change +1 -1
Incumbent Majority Leader
Bobby Jindal
Republican
Elected Majority Leader
Chris Christie
Republican

Results

State

     Republican gain      Republican hold      Democratic gain      Democratic hold      Independent gain      Independent hold

Winning candidate in bold

State Incumbent Party Result Candidates
Alabama Robert J. Bentley Republican Republican hold Parker Griffith (Democratic)
Alaska Sean Parnell Republican Republican hold Byron Mallott (Democratic)
Arizona Jan Brewer Republican Term-limited, Republican hold Ken Bennett (Republican)
Fred DuVal (Democratic)
Arkansas Mike Beebe Democratic Term-limited, Republican gain Asa Hutchinson (Republican)
Mike Ross (Democratic)
California Jerry Brown Democratic Democratic hold Tim Donnelly (Republican)
Colorado John Hickenlooper Democratic Democratic hold Tom Tancredo (Republican)
Connecticut Dan Malloy Democratic Incumbent lost re-election Thomas C. Foley (Republican)
Florida Rick Scott Republican Incumbent lost re-election Charlie Crist (Democratic)
Georgia Nathan Deal Republican Republican hold Jason Carter (Democratic)
Hawaii Neil Abercrombie Democratic Incumbent lost re-election Duke Aiona (Republican)
Idaho Butch Otter Republican Republican hold A.J. Balukoff (Democratic)
Illinois Pat Quinn Democratic Incumbent lost re-election Bruce Rauner (Republican)
Iowa Terry Branstad Republican Republican hold Jack Hatch (Democratic)
Kansas Sam Brownback Republican Republican hold Paul Davis (Democratic)
Maine Paul LaPage Republican Incumbent lost re-election Mike Michaud (Democratic)
Maryland Martin O'Malley Democratic Term-limited, Democratic hold Anthony G. Brown (Democratic)
Charles Lollar (Republican)
Massachusetts Deval Patrick Democratic Not running for re-election, Democratic hold Martha Coakley (Democratic)
Charles Baker (Republican)
Michigan Rick Snyder Republican Republican hold Mark Schauer (Democratic)
Minnesota Mark Dayton Democratic-Farmer-Labor DFL hold Kurt Zellers (Republican)
Nebraska Dave Heineman Republican Term-limited, Republican hold Pete Ricketts (Republican)
Chuck Hassebrook (Democratic)
Nevada Brain Sandoval Republican Republican hold Chris Hyepock (Democratic)
New Hampshire Maggie Hassan Democratic Democratic hold Bill Binnie (Republican)
New Mexico Susana Martinez Republican Republican hold Gary King (Democratic)
New York Andrew Cuomo Democratic Democratic hold Rob Astorino (Republican)
Ohio John Kasich Republican Republican hold Ed FitzGerald (Democratic)
Oklahoma Mary Fallin Republican Republican hold Joe Dorman (Democratic)
Oregon John Kitzhaber Democratic Democratic hold Dennis Richardson (Republican)
Pennsylvania Tom Corbett Republican Incumbent lost re-election Tom Wolf (Democratic)
Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee Democratic Not running for re-election, Democratic hold Angel Taveras (Democratic)
Ken Block (Republican)
South Carolina Nikki Haley Republican Republican hold Vincent Sheheen (Democratic)
South Dakota Dennis Daugaard Republican Republican hold Scott Heidepriem (Democratic)
Tennessee Bill Haslam Republican Republican hold Roy Herron (Democratic)
Texas Rick Perry Republican Retired, Republican hold Greg Abbott (Republican)
Wendy Davis (Democratic)
Vermont Peter Shumlin Democratic Democratic hold Heidi Scheuermann (Republican)
Wisconsin Scott Walker Republican Republican hold Mary Burke (Democratic)
Wyoming Matt Mead Republican Republican hold None

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