Head to the (Gubernatorial) Races!

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Twelve states will be electing governors in the November elections.
Here’s the breakdown of who is running where.

Delaware

Incumbent: Jack Markell (D); term limited
Candidates
Rep. John C. Carney Jr. (D)
State Sen. Colin Bonini (R)
Lacey Lafferty (R)
Sean Goward (L)

Indiana

Incumbent: Mike Pence (R); running for vice president
of the United States
Candidates
Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb (R)
State Rep. John R. Gregg (D)
Rex Bell (L)

Missouri

Incumbent: Jay Nixon (D); term limited
Candidates
Chris Koster (D)
Eric Greitens (R)

Montana

Candidates
Incumbent Gov. Steve Bullock (D)
Greg Gianforte (R)
Ted Dunlap (L)
Christopher Zarcone (I)

New Hampshire

Incumbent: Maggie Hassan (D); running for U.S.
Senate
Candidates
Colin Van Ostern (D)
Chris Sununu (R)

North Carolina

Candidates
Incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory (R)
State Attorney General Roy Cooper (D)
Lon Cecil (L)

North Dakota

Incumbent: Jack Dalrymple (R); not seeking
reelection
Candidates
Doug Burgum (R)
State Rep. Marvin Nelson (D)
Marty Riske (L)

Oregon (Special Election)

Candidates
Incumbent Gov. Kate Brown (D); succeeded
Gov. John Kitzhaber after his resignation in
February 2015
Bud Pierce (R)
Cliff Thomason (IPO)

Utah

Candidates
Incumbent Gov. Gary Herbert (R)
Mike Weinholtz (D)

Vermont

Incumbent: Peter Shumlin (D); not seeking
reelection
Candidates
Sue Minter (D)
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott (R)

Washington

Candidates
Incumbent Gov. Jay Inslee (D)
Bill Bryant (R)

West Virginia

Incumbent: Earl Ray Tomblin (D); term limited
Candidates
Jim Justice (D)
State Sen. Bill Cole (R)

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