Delaware Primary Election Results

The following unofficial results are for the statewide primaries and downstate legislative races as 100 percent of districts reported results Thursday night. Polls closed at 8 p.m.

U.S. Senate, Democrats
*Thomas R. Carper       53,633     64.58%
Kerri Evelyn Harris      29,406     35.42%

U.S. Senate, Republicans
Robert B. Arlett                        25,284  66.76%
Roque Rocky De La Fuente   1,998    5.27%
Eugene J. Truono Jr.              10,587   27.97%

U.S. Representative, Republicans
Lee Murphy    17,359   47%
Scott Walker  19,572    53%

Attorney General, Democrats
Kathleen Jennings       46.038     56.60%
Christofer Johnson      12,194      14.99%
Timothy P. Mullaney     5,513       6.77%
LaKresha Roberts         17,584      21.64%

Auditor, Democrats
Kathleen Ann Davies       27,748     34.93%
Kathleen K. McGuiness   33,240    41.85%
Dennis E. Williams           18,431  23.22%

State Senate, 17th District, Republicans
Donyale Hall      596    32.46%
Justin King       1,240     67.54%

with all 19 districts reporting

State Representative, 31st District, Democrats

*Sean M. Lynn      1,225    62.34%
Ralph Taylor         740       37.66%

with all 8 districts reporting results

State Representative, 31st District, Republicans
David Levi Anderson        611     72.22%
Jean M. Dowding             235     27.78%

with all 8 districts reporting results

State Representative, 35th District, Republicans
Robert D. Mitchell             958    41.99%
Jesse R. Vanderwende   1,323  58.01%

with all 7 districts reporting results

Sussex County Council District 4, Republicans
Douglas B. Hudson     2,168    58.99%
George S. Parish          1,507    41.01%

with all 15 districts reporting results

Sussex County Council, District 5, Republicans
Kevin J. Christopher     1,310   43.69%
John L. Rieley                1,688   56.31%

with all 14 districts reporting results

*-Incumbents

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