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The U.S. 2016 gubernatorial elections were held on November 8, 2016 in 14 states and 2 territories.
All but three of these races featured incumbents and only two of these incumbents ended up losing.
Going along with the Republican wins across the country, the Republicans picked up two seats and strengthened their majority.
Winning candidate in bold
|Lolo Letalu Matalasi Moliga||American Somoa||Independent||Incumbent re-elected||Taufete'e John Faumuina Jr. (Democratic)|
|Jack Markell||Delaware||Democratic||Incumbent term limited, Democratic hold||
John Carney (Democratic) Colin Bonini (Republican)
|Mike Pence||Indiana||Republican||Incumbent re-elected||Thomas McDermott, Jr. (Democratic)|
|Jay Nixon||Missouri||Democratic||Incumbent term limited, Democratic hold||
Chris Koster (Democratic) Catherine Hanaway (Republican)
|Steve Bullock||Montana||Democratic||Incumbent defeated, Republican gain||Corey Stapleton (Republican)|
|Pat McCrory||North Carolina||Republican||Incumbent defeated, Democratic gain||Roy Cooper (Democratic)|
|Jack Dalrymple||North Dakota||Republican||Incumbent re-elected||Mac Schneider (Democratic)|
|Maggie Hassan||New Hampshire||Democratic||Incumbent re-elected||Ted Gatsas (Republican)|
|Alejandro García-Padilla||Puerto Rico||Popular Democratic||Incumbent re-elected||Pedro Pierluisi (New Progressive)|
|Gary Herbert||Utah||Republican||Incumbent re-elected||Jim Matheson (Democratic)|
|Peter Shumlin||Vermont||Democratic||Incumbent re-elected||Heidi Scheuermann (Republican)|
|Jay Inslee||Washington||Democratic||Incumbent re-elected||Dave Reichert (Republican)|
|Earl Ray Tomblin||West Virginia||Democratic||Incumbent term limited, Republican gain||Patrick Morrisey (Republican) Jeff Kessler (Democratic)|