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2002 Governor Results
No Gubernatorial Election in Clear States Riley defeated Siegelman (D) Sophocleus (L) Open Seat (D) Murkowski (R) defeated Ulmer (D) Wright (AK/I) Benson (G) Toien (L) Vinzant (RM) Open Seat (R) Napolitano (D) defeated Salmon (R) Hess (L) Mahoney (I) Huckabee (R) defeated Fisher (D) Davis (D) defeated Simon (R) Copeland (L) Camejo (G) Gulke (AI) Adam (NL) Owens (R) defeated Heath (D) Shnelver (L) Forthofer (G) Rowland (R) defeated Curry (D) Williams (D) defeated Schwartz (R) Donkin (DC) Manuel (SW) Kinch (I) Bush (R) defeated McBride (D) Kunst (I) Perdue (R) defeated Barnes (D) Hayes (L) Open Seat (D) Lingle (R) defeated Hirono (D) Ryan (L) Hill (NL) Cunningham (FE) Brewer (I) Kempthorne (R) defeated Brady (D) Adams (L) Blagojevich (D) defeated Ryan (R) Skinner (L) Brown (I) Vilsack (D) defeated Gross (R) Robinson (G) Cleveland (L/NL) Open Seat (R) Sebelius (D) defeated Shallenburger (R) Hawver (L) Pettibone (Rfm) Open Seat (I) Baldacci (D) defeated Cianchette (R) Carter (G) Michael (I) Open Seat (D) Ehrlich (R) defeated Townsend (D) Lancaster (L) Romney (R) defeated O'Brien (D) Howell (L) Stein (G) Open Seat (R) Granholm (D) defeated Posthumus (R) Campbell (G) Pilchak (T) Pawlenty (R) defeated Penny (Ind) Moe (D) Pentel (G) Aeshliman (C) Sachs (SW) Hodges (I) Johanns (R) defeated Dean (D) Rosberg (Ne) Guinn (R) defeated Neal (D) Geyer (L) Laws (G) Holmgren (IA) Norton (I) Benson (R) defeated Fernald (D) Babiarz (L) Open Seat (R) Richardson (D) defeated Sanchez (R) Bacon (G) Pataki (R) defeated McCall (D) Golisano (Ind) Aronowitz (G) Jeffrey (L) Cronin (RtL) Leighton (M) Wein (C) Koppel (SW) Taft (R) defeated Hagan (D) Eastman (NL) Open Seat (R) Henry (D) defeated Largent (R) Richardson (I) Open Seat (D) Kulongoski (D) defeated Mannix (R) Cox (L) Open Seat (R) Rendell (D) defeated Fisher (R) Krawchuk (L) Morrill (G) Open Seat (R) Carcieri (R) defeated York (D) Sanford (R) defeated Hodges (D) Open Seat (R) Rounds (R) defeated Abbott (D) Barton (L) Carlson (I) Open Seat (R) Bredesen (D) defeated Hilleary (R) Gatchell (I) Givens (I) Harren (I) Hooker (I) Ledford (L) Leinoff (I) Marceaux (I) Sanders (I) Simmons (I) Waldron (I) Watson (I) Whittaker (I) Wilhoit (I) Perry (R) defeated Sanchez (D) Daiell (L) Mahajan (G) Douglas (R) defeated Racine (D) Badamo (PR) Williams (L) Diamondstone (LU) Ericson (M) Hogan (I) Pearl (I)  Christian (I) Doyle (D) defeated McCallum (R) Young (G) Thompson (L) Bollerud (I) Eisenberg (Rfm) Mangan (I) Rasta (I) Open Seat (R) Freudenthal (D) defeated Bebout (R) Dawson (L)

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2002 U.S. Senate Results
No Senatorial Election in Clear States Sessions (R) defeated  Parker (D) Allen (L) Stevens (R) defeated Vondersaar (D) Karpinski (L) Dore (Ind) Sykes (G) Pryor (D) defeated Hutchinson (R) Allard (R) defeated Strickland (D) Stanley (L) Campbell (G) Heckman (I) Biden (D) defeated Clatworthy (R) Chambliss (R) defeated Cleland (D) Thomas (L) Craig (R) defeated Blinken (D) Bramwell (L) Durbin (D) defeated Durkin (R) Burgauer (L) Vilstrom (G) Harkin (D) defeated Ganske (R) Harthan (G) Moore (L) Roberts (R) defeated Cook (Rfm) Rosile (L) McConnell (R) defeated Weinberg (D) Landrieu (D) vs. Terrell (R) Collins (R) defeated Pingree (D) Kerry (D) defeated Cloud (L) Levin (D) defeated Raczkowski (R) Borregard (G) Dern (NL) Mangopoulos (Rfm) Coleman (R) defeated Mondale (D) Moore (Ind) Tricomo (G) Kovatchevich (C) Cochran (R) defeated O'Hara (I) Special Election: Talent (R) defeated Carnahan (D) Millay (L) Romano (G) Baucus (D) defeated Taylor (R) Jones (L) Kelleher (G) Hagel (R) defeated Matolka (D) Graziano (L) Open (R): Sununu (R) Shaheen (D) Blevens (L) Rizzio (G) Gosselin (I) Open (D) Lautenberg (D) defeated Forrester (R) Glick (G) Macron (L) Pason (S) Wahner (Cns) Domenici defeated Tristani (D) Dole (R) defeated Bowles (D) Inhofe (R) defeated Walters (D) Germalic (I) Smith (R) defeated  Bradbury (D) Fitzgerald (L) Mabon (C) Reed (D) defeated Tingle (R) Open Seat (R) Graham (R) defeated Sanders (D) Adams (C) Kocher (L) Johnson (D) defeated Thune (R) Evans (L) Alexander (R) defeated Clement (D) Baker (I) Davidson (I) Hooker (I) Gammon (Ind) Keplinger (I) Marceaux (I) Cornyn (R) defeated Kirk (D) Jameson (L) Williams (G) Warner (R) defeated Hornberger (L) Spannaus (I) Rockefeller (D) defeated Wolfe (R) Enzi (R) defeated Corcoran (D)

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2002 House of Representative Results
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama has 7 Seats: 5 GOP 2 Dem Alaska has 1 Seat: Young (R) defeated Greene (D) Deforest (G) Clift (L) Arizona has 8 Seats: 6 GOP 2 Dem Arkansas has 4 Seats: 1 GOP 3 Dem California has 53 Seats: 20 GOP 33 Dem Colorado has 7 Seats: 5 GOP 2 Dem Connecticut has 5 Seats: 3 GOP 2 Dem Delaware 1 Seat: Castle (R) defeated Miller (D) Thomas (L) District of Columbia has 1 Delegate: Norton (D) defeated Jordan (DC) Kidd (I) Florida has 25 Seats: 18 GOP 7 Dem Georgia has 13 Seats: 8 GOP 5 Dem Hawaii has 2 Seats: 2 Dem Idaho has 2 Seats: 2 GOP Illinois has 19 Seats: 10 GOP 9 Dem Indiana has 9 Seats: 3 Dem, 6 GOP Iowa has 5 Seats: 1 Dem, 4 GOP Kansas has 4 Seats: 1 Dem, 3 GOP Kentucky has 6 Seats: 1 Dem, 5 GOP Louisiana has 7 Seats: 1 Open, 2 Dem, 4 GOP Maine has 2 Seats: 2 Dem Maryland has 8 Seats: 6 Dem, 2 GOP Massachusetts has 10 Seats: 10 Dem Michigan has 15 Seats: 9 GOP 6 Dem Minnesota has 8 Seats: 4 Dem, 4 GOP Mississippi has 4 Seats: 2 GOP, 2 Dem Missouri has 9 Seats: 5 Dem, 4 GOP Montana has 1 GOP Seat: Rohberg (R) defeated Kelly (D) Nebraska has 3 GOP Seats Nevada has 3 Seats: 2 GOP 1 Dem New Hampshire has 2 Seats: 2 GOP New Jersey has 13 Seats: 7 Dem, 6 GOP New Mexico has 3 Seats: 2 GOP 1 Dem New York has 29 Seats: 19 Dem, 10 GOP North Carolina has 13 Seats: 6 Dem, 7 GOP North Dakota has 1 Seat: Dem (Pomeroy defeated Clayburgh Ohio has 18 Seats: 12 GOP 6 Dem Oklahoma has 5 Seats: 4 GOP 1 Dem Oregon has 5 Seats: 1 GOP 1 Dem Pennsylvania has 19 Seats: 12 GOP 7 Dem Rhode Island has 2 Seats: 2 Dem South Carolina has 6 Seats: 4 GOP 2 Dem South Dakota has 1 Seat: 1 Open: Janklow (R) defeated Herseth (D) Begay (L) Tennessee has 9 Seats: 4 GOP 5 Dem Texas has 32 Seats: 15 GOP 17 Dem Utah has 3 Seats: 2 GOP 1 Dem Vermont has 1 Seat: 1 Progressive Virginia has 11 Seats: 8 GOP 3 Dem Washington has 9 Seats: 3 GOP 6 Dem West Virginia has 3 Seats: 1 GOP 2 Dem Wisconsin has 8 Seats: 4 GOP 4 Dem Wyoming has 1 Seat: Cubin (R) defeated Akin (D) Stock (L)

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Louisiana
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Wisconsin
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2002 Special Elections Results
No Special Elections in Clear States Mink (D) Died Missouri Senate Special Election: Talent (R) defeated Carnahan (D) Ohio 1 Special Election: Hall (D) resigning, Ohio 17 Traficant expelled Oklahoma 1st Special Election: Sullivan (R) defeated Dodd (D) Mavis (L) Fares (I)

Hawaii 2nd
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Oklahoma 1st

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