Here are the most recent results for Utah’s congressional races, ballot propositions and constitutional amendments. View more election night coverage here.

These results were last updated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21. (i) indicates incumbent.

U.S. Senate

Mitt Romney, Republican • 62.59 percent • 665,215

Jenny Wilson, Democratic • 30.91 percent • 328,541

Tim Aalders, Constitution • 2.71 percent • 28,774

Craig R. Bowden, LIbertarian • 2.60 percent • 27,607

Reed C. McCandless, Independent American • 1.20 percent • 12,708

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4th Congressional District

Ben McAdams, Democratic • 50.13 percent • 134,964

Mia Love, Republican (i) • 49.87 percent • 134,270

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3rd Congressional District

John Curtis, Republican (i) • 67.55 percent • 174,856

James Courage Singer, Democratic • 27.31 percent • 70,686

Gregory C. Duerden, Independent American • 2.58 percent • 6,686

Timothy L. Zeidner, United Utah • 2.56 percent • 6,630

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2nd Congressional District

Chris Stewart, Republican (i) • 56.10 percent • 151,489

Shireen Ghorbani, Democratic • 38.90 percent • 105,051

Jeffrey Whipple, Libertarian • 5.00 percent • 13,504

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1st Congressional District

Rob Bishop, Republican (i) • 61.61 percent • 156,692

Lee Castillo, Democratic • 24.89 percent • 63,308

Eric Eliason, United Utah • 11.62 percent • 29,547

Adam Davis, Green • 1.88 percent • 4,786

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Nonbinding Question 1 (gas tax/school funding)

Against • 65.45 percent • 689,254

For • 34.55 percent • 363,878

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Proposition 2 (medical marijuana)

For • 52.75 percent • 562,072

Against • 47.25 percent • 503,558

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Proposition 3 (Medicaid expansion)

For • 53.32 percent • 555,651

Against • 46.68 percent • 486,483

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Proposition 4 (independent redistricting commission)

For • 50.34 percent • 512,218

Against • 49.66 percent • 505,274

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Constitutional Amendment A (tax exemption for military)

For • 78.86 percent • 797,946

Against • 21.14 percent • 213,928

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Constitutional Amendment B (property taxes on government leases)

Against • 71.62 percent • 725,194

For • 28.38 percent • 287,329

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Constitutional Amendment C (special legislative sessions)

For • 63.42 percent • 636,034

Against • 36.58 percent • 366,921

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Salt Lake City: $87 million bond for roads and infrastructure

For • 67.51 percent • 48,194

Against • 32.49 percent • 23,192

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Holladay: Cottonwood Mall development plan

Against • 57.85 percent • 9,645

For • 42.15 percent • 7,026

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