Here’s who won the races for Iowa’s state offices

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DES MOINES, Iowa — The following results are being shown with 100% of precincts reporting:

Secretary of State

  • Paul D. Pate  (incumbent) (R) 52.88%  or 680,999 votes
  • Deidre DeJear (D) 44.77% or 576,608 votes
  • Jules Ofenbakh (L) 2.36% or 30,333 votes

Auditor of State

  • Mary Mosiman (incumbent) (R)  46.55% or 596,952 votes
  • Rob Sand (D) 50.88% or 652,528 votes
  • Fred Perryman (L) 2.57% or 32,966 votes

Treasurer of State

  • Michael L. Fitzgerald (incumbent) (D)  54.77% or 702,801 votes
  • Jeremy N. Davis (R) 42.83% or 549,630 votes
  • Timothy Hird (L) 2.40% or 30,820 votes

Secretary of Agriculture

  • Mike Naig (incumbent) (R) 50.50% or 646,937 votes
  • Tim Gannon (D)  46.49% or 595,610 votes
  • Rick Steward (L) 3.01% or 38,545 votes

Attorney General

  • Tom Miller (incumbent) (D) 77.05% or 871,646 votes
  • Marco Battaglia (L) 22.95% or 259,630 votes

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