2022 Election Results
Polls in Iowa close at 8 p.m. Central. Iowa Public Radio is reporting results across the state as soon as polls close, relying on The Associated Press to call each race. Watch this results page for information on each individual office, the proposed state constitutional amendment and the reshaping balance of power in Iowa and at the federal level.
In addition to voting results, click in each race to see the shaping balance of power in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
Grimes resident Ann Gale asked the Polk County auditor to cancel Senate Majority Leader Jack Whitver's voter registration, alleging that he does not live where he registered to vote and ran for office.
Republicans have expanded their majorities in the Iowa House of Representatives and the Iowa Senate, giving them even more power to pass GOP priorities when lawmakers return to the Statehouse in January.
A printing error meant a small township didn't get a vote in an important county supervisor race. But based on turnout, it might not have mattered in the end.
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