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Utah Constitution Party Election Results

Constitution and other third party results in the same races in Utah.

UTAH ELECTION RESULTS 2022
US Congressional District 2

Candidate % Popular Vote Popular Vote
CHRIS STEWART REPUBLICAN 62.52% 141361
NICK MITCHELL DEMOCRATIC 31.21% 70582
JAYMAC MCFARLAND UNITED UTAH 03.32% 7514
CASSIE EASLEY CONSTITUTION 02.95% 6660

US Congressional District 3

Candidate % Popular Vote Popular Vote
JOHN CURTIS REPUBLICAN 65.67% 154086
GLENN J. WRIGHT DEMOCRATIC 28.52% 66927
MICHAEL R. STODDARD LIBERTARIAN 02.76% 6487
DANIEL CLYDE CUMMINGS CONSTITUTION 01.65% 3879
AARON HEINEMAN INDEP. AMER. 01.39% 3262

UT House 29 State House 29 (Multi-County)

Candidate % Popular Vote Popular Vote
BRIDGER BOLINDER REPUBLICAN 71.27% 10502
KIRK PEARSON CONSTITUTION 14.73% 2170
CHRIS DYER DEMOCRATIC 14.01% 2064

UT House 66 State House 66 (Multi-County)

Candidate % Popular Vote Popular Vote
STEVEN J. LUND REPUBLICAN 84.23% 12269
RUSS HATCH CONSTITUTION 15.77% 2297

3 Comments

  1. Jim Jim November 23, 2022

    One way would be to compare US House results when both an R and D are on the ballot along with two or all three of the major minor parties, and when no one else is on the ballot.

    For US House, the following combinations have occurred between 1998 and 2020:

    R v D v L v G (154)
    R v D v L v C (98)
    R v D v C v G (Unsure. Probably not many)
    R v D v C v G v L (28)

    Just take the averages for each combination to compare. That wouldn’t even be that hard, using the FEC results. The only hiccup would be trying to get the minor party candidates who were on the ballot without a party label. And there are one or two results where the G and L were cross endorsed, which would have to be tossed out, I guess.

  2. Jordan Willow Evans Jordan Willow Evans November 22, 2022

    I’ve seen similar maps in the past, but nothing since the start of the Obama administration. So maybe I can take that challenge on if I can find a fair measurement metric to use.

  3. NewFederalist NewFederalist November 21, 2022

    Has anyone ever done a comparison of electoral success among the Greens, Libertarians and Constitutionalists? It would be interesting to see how America’s top minor parties stack up.

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