Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Voters cast their ballots at a polling station at Trolley Square in Salt Lake city on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

U.S. Senate

TIM AALDERS 2.72% 28,283

CRAIG R. BOWDEN 2.56% 26,632

REED C. MCCANDLESS 1.14% 11,846

JENNY WILSON 30.85% 317,902

MITT ROMNEY 62.99% 654,824

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U.S. House 1

LEE CASTILLO 24.7% 61,799

ROB BISHOP 61.83% 154,720

ERIC ELIASON 11.64% 29,123

ADAM DAVIS 1.84% 4,604

Utah Rep. Rob Bishop steaming ahead for 9th term

U.S. House 2

CHRIS STEWART 56.12% 149,465

JEFFREY WHIPPLE 4.96% 13,211

SHIREEN GHORBANI 38.92% 103,647

Democratic challenger Shireen Ghorbani concedes in Utah's District 2 race to Rep. Chris Stewart

U.S. House 3

JOHN CURTIS 67.56% 174,599

JAMES SINGER 27.29% 70,529

TIMOTHY L. ZEIDNER 2.58% 6,668

GREGORY C. DUERDEN 2.56% 6,622

Rep. John Curtis leading in Utah's 3rd District race

U.S. House 4

MIA B. LOVE 49.86% 134,151

BEN MCADAMS 50.14% 134,890

Judge questions why Love only sued Salt Lake County over election issue

If Ben McAdams heads to Washington, here's how he's replaced

Trump says Mia Love already lost race because she 'gave me no love ... too bad'

Proposition 2 (medical marijuana)

For 52.65% 556,535

Against 47.35% 500,586

Rocky Anderson threatens lawsuit over Prop. 2 compromise

Prop. 2 proponents offer lawmakers 'political cover' to pass marijuana compromise

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Utah's partial plan discarded as voters opt for full Medicaid expansion

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Utah lawmakers expect Dec. 3 special session on medical marijuana

Proposition 3 (Medicaid)

For 53.28% 550,812

Against 46.72% 482,918

Medicaid expansion proposal getting thumbs up from voters

Proposition 4 (redistricting)

For 50.32% 507,936

Against 49.68% 501,530

As medical marijuana, Medicaid declared winners in Utah, Proposition 4 still too close to call

Question 1

For 34.54% 360,871

Against 65.46% 683,800

Voters reject nonbinding question for gas tax hike to help fund education

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