Election Results for 2016’s Openly LGBTQ Candidates

From left, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, Senate candidate Misty Snow and Congressional candidate Brady Walkinshaw AP; AP; CQ Roll Call

Here are the 18 openly LGBTQ congressional and gubernatorial candidates NBC OUT tracked on Election Day and the results of their races.

Kate Brown (Incumbent)

Governor, Oregon (D)

Result: Brown won Oregon's gubernatorial race

Oregon Governor Kate Brown
Oregon Governor Kate Brown. Anthony Pidgeon / Redferns


Mark Pocan (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, Wisconsin (D)

Result: Pocan won Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district

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U.S. Representative Mark Pocan at United States Capitol Building on July 12, 2016 in Washington, DC. Leigh Vogel / Getty Images for


Kyrsten Sinema (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, Arizona (D)

Result: Sinema won Arizona's 9th congressional district

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz. Bill Clark / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Mark Takano (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, California (D)

Result: Takano won California's 41st congressional district

The 2016 Democratic National Convention
Representative Mark Takano David Paul Morris / Bloomberg via Getty Images


Jared Polis (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, Colorado (D)

Result: Polis won Colorado's 2nd congressional district

Image: House Reps. Announce Bill To Repeal Defense Of Marriage Act
Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO) Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images


Sean Patrick Maloney (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, New York (D)

Result: Maloney won New York's 18th congressional district

Sean Patrick Maloney
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., talks with constituents during a town hall in Newburgh, N.Y. on June 11, 2016. Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


David Cicilline (Incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, Rhode Island (D)

Result: Cicilline won Rhode Island's 1st congressional district

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Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I. Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Jim Gray

U.S. Senate, Kentucky (D)

Result: Gray lost his bid for a U.S. Senate seat

Kentucky Fancy Farm Picnic
U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray, D-KY. CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Misty Snow

U.S. Senate, Utah (D)

Result: Snow lost her bid for a U.S. Senate seat

Image: Misty Snow
Democratic candidate for Senate Misty Snow. Rick Bowmer / AP


Angie Craig

U.S. House of Representatives, Minnesota (D)

Result: Craig lost her bid for Minnesota's 2nd congressional district

Minnesota Poltics
Angie Craig, Democratic candidate for Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District. Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Matt Heinz

U.S. House of Representatives, Arizona (D)

Result: Heinz lost his bid for Arizona's 2nd congressional district

Dr. Matt Heinz, D-Ariz. Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Brady Piñero Walkinshaw

U.S. House of Representatives, Washington (D)

Result: Walkinshaw lost his bid for Washington's 7th congressional district

Brady Walkinshaw
Brady Walkinshaw, Democratic candidate for Washington's 7th Congressional District. Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call,Inc.


Denise Juneau

U.S. House of Representatives, Montana (D)

Result: Juneau lost her bid for Montana's 1st congressional district

Denise Juneau AFP/Getty Images


Bao Nguyen

U.S. House of Representatives, California (D)

Result: Nguyen lost his bid for California's 46th Congressional district

Garden Grove, Calif., Mayor Bao Nguyen Leonard Ortiz / AP


Misty Plowright

U.S. House of Representatives, Colorado (D)

Result: Plowright lost her bid for Colorado's 5th congressional district

Misty Plowright is running for office in Colorado's 5th Congressional District. October 21, 2016. Joe Amon / Denver Post via Getty Images


Al McAffrey

U.S. House of Representatives, Oklahoma (D)

Result: McAffrey lost his bid for Oklahoma's 5th congressional district

Al McAffrey
Sen. Al McAffrey Sue Ogrocki / AP


Clay Cope

U.S. House of Representatives, Connecticut (R)

Result: Cope lost his bid for Connecticut's 5th congressional district

Republican Clay Cope


Paul Babeu

U.S. House of Representatives, Arizona (R)

Result: Babeu lost his bid for Arizona's 1st congressional district.

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Pinal County Head Sheriff Paul Babeu. Sandy Huffaker / Getty Images

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