2018 50-star-flag-big 2020
United States Gubernatorial Elections, 2019
3 of 50 governorships. 26 needed for a majority
November 5, 2019
First party Second party Third party
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Leader Pete Ricketts Ned Lamont Greg Orman
Party Republican Democratic Independent
Leader's seat Nebraska Connecticut Kansas
Last election 30 19 1
Seats won 30 19 1
Seat change ±0 ±0 ±0

The United States Gubernatorial Elections, 2019 on November 5, 2019 in 3 states. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all these 3 states took place in 2015. All of the states have term limits, however Kentucky and Louisiana first elected their governors in 2015, so their incumbents are eligible for re-election. Mississippi's governor, Phil Bryant, is term-limited because he was first elected in 2011.


Winning candidate's percentage in bold

State Incumbent Party Electoral History Result Candidates
Kentucky Matt Bevin Republican 2015 Incumbent re-elected Matt Bevin (i) (Republican) 52.14%
Jim Gray (Democratic) 47.86
Louisiana John Bel Edwards Democratic 2015 Incumbent re-elected John Bel Edwards (i) (Democratic) 64.56%
Ralph Abraham (Republican) 35.44%
Mississippi Phil Bryant Republican 2011
Republican Hold
Tate Reeves (Republican) 51.62%
Jim Hood (Democratic) 48.38%