© 2022 Iowa Public Radio
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations
Follow live coverage of the 2020 election.
Follow NPR's live election coverage, including voting updates, race calls and analysis.
Thumb War Politics
Politics Day On River To River
Hear live political analysis at noon on Wednesdays with host Ben Kieffer and political scientists from Iowa State University, the University of Northern Iowa, the University of Iowa, and Iowa's private colleges.
Listen Live
Election Results From The Associated Press
  • Republicans hold a slim majority in the Iowa House with 53 seats to the Democrats’ 47, and Democrats see this as their year to break the Republican Party’s control over the Iowa Capitol.
  • iowa senate
    John Pemble
    Iowa Public Radio
    Republicans currently hold a majority in the Iowa Senate with 32 seats to the Democrats’ 18. Democrats hope to get closer to a majority in the chamber, as Republicans defend 19 of the 25 seats on the ballot this year.
On election night, The Associated Press called the race in Iowa's 4th Congressional District for Randy Feenstra.
Madeleine King
Iowa Public Radio
Republicans hold the U.S. Senate 53-47. To flip the Senate, Democrats would need to net-gain four seats outright or three seats and control of the White House, because in a 50-50 Senate — which is possible this year — the vice president breaks the tie. The Associated Press called the race on election night for Sen. Joni Ernst.

Subscribe to the Daily Digest, your five minute read to know what's happening in Iowa and around the country.

* indicates required
A poll worker helps K. Maki (left) fill out a provisional ballot at Park Tavern polling station on Tuesday in Atlanta, Ga. After a record-breaking early voting turnout, Americans head to the polls on the last day to cast their vote.
Jessica McGowan
Getty Images
You're probably anxious about the results, but patience may truly be a virtue on election night. Here's how to approach the evening.