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 4:24 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. (i) indicates incumbent.

U.S. Senate

Mitt Romney, Republican • 62.93 percent • 642,378

Jenny Wilson, Democratic • 30.69 percent • 313,273

Tim Aalders, Constitution • 2.72 percent • 27,751

Craig R. Bowden, LIbertarian • 2.54 percent • 25,877

Reed C. McCandless, Independent American • 1.14 percent • 11,479

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4th Congressional District

Mia Love, Republican (i) • 50.08 percent • 129,006

Ben McAdams, Democratic • 49.92 percent • 128,587

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3rd Congressional District

John Curtis, Republican (i) • 67.98 percent • 164,755

James Courage Singer, Democratic • 27.01 percent • 65,456

Timothy L. Zeidner, United Utah • 2.54 percent • 6,144

Gregory C. Duerden, Independent American • 2.47 percent • 5,989

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2nd Congressional District

Chris Stewart, Republican (i) • 56.62 percent • 147,556

Shireen Ghorbani, Democratic • 38.48 percent • 100,285

Jeffrey Whipple, Libertarian • 4.90 percent • 12,770

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1st Congressional District

Rob Bishop, Republican (i) • 61.82 percent • 154,685

Lee Castillo, Democratic • 24.70 percent • 61,794

Eric Eliason, United Utah • 11.64 percent • 29,120

Adam Davis, Green • 1.84 percent • 4,604

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Nonbinding Question 1 (gas tax/school funding)

Against • 65.64 percent • 663,751

For • 34.36 percent • 347,462

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Proposition 2 (medical marijuana)

For • 52.30 percent • 534,902

Against • 47.70 percent • 487,885

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Proposition 3 (Medicaid expansion)

For • 53.15 percent • 531,698

Against • 46.85 percent • 468,605

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Proposition 4 (independent redistricting commission)

For • 50.15 percent • 490,244

Against • 49.85 percent • 487,317

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Constitutional Amendment A (tax exemption for military)

For • 78.91 percent • 767,012

Against • 21.09 percent • 205,049

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Constitutional Amendment B (property taxes on government leases)

Against • 72.01 percent • 700,436

For • 27.99 percent • 272,302

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Constitutional Amendment C (special legislative sessions)

For • 63.27 percent • 609,883

Against • 36.73 percent • 354,126

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

For • 67.70 percent • 46,058

Against • 32.30 percent • 21,979

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Holladay: Cottonwood Mall development plan

Against • 58.07 percent • 9,435

For • 41.93 percent • 6,813

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