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UPDATED: 2014 Latino Election Eve Poll With State Results As Polls Close

 

As noted below,  election eve poll of nearly 5,000 Latino voters nationwide and in key 2014 states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Nevada, North Carolina and Texas) provides new insights into Latino voter behavior in the 2014 elections. The first installment of results–released earlier today—revealed the top issues for Latino voters in 2014.

Now, we are releasing national and state-specific data on who Latinos voted for in key House, Senate, gubernatorial, and other races as the polls close in these respective states. See www.latinovote2014.com throughout the night for updates.

GEORGIA (polls closed at 7pm ET tonight)

· Governor: Latino voters in Georgia favored Democrat Jason Carter over Republican Nathan Deal by a 70%-27% margin.

· Senate: Latino voters in Georgia favored Democrat Michelle Nunn over Republican David Perdue by a 69%-29% margin.

· House: Latino voters in Georgia favored the Democrat 74%-23%

NORTH CAROLINA (polls closed at 7:30 pm ET tonight)

· Senate: Latino voters in North Carolina favored Democrat Kay Hagan over Republican Thom Tillis by a 63%-33% margin.

· House: Latino voters in North Carolina favored the Democrat 67%-31%

FLORIDA (polls closed statewide at 8pm ET tonight)

· Governor: Latino voters in Florida favored Democrat Charlie Crist over Republican Rick Scott by a 52%-45% margin

· House: Latino voters in Florida favored the Democrat over the Republican by a 53%-44% margin

ILLINOIS (polls closed at 8pm ET tonight)

· Governor: Latino voters in Illinois favored Democrat Pat Quinn over Republican Bruce Rauner by a 77%-22% margin

· Senate: Latino voters in Illinois favored Democrat Dick Durbin over Republican 82%-17% margin

· House: Latino voters in Illinois favored the Democrat over the Republican by a 82%-17% margin

ARIZONA (polls closed at 9pm ET tonight)

·  Governor: Latino voters in Arizona favored Democrat Fred DuVal over Republican Doug Ducey by a 74%-24% margin

·  House: Latino voters in Arizona favored the Democrat over the Republican by a78%-21% margin

·   Superintendent of Public Instruction: Latino voters in Arizona favored Democrat David Garcia over Republican Diane Douglas by a 81%-17% margin

COLORADO (polls closed at 9pm ET tonight)

·  Governor: Latino voters in Colorado favored Democrat John Hickenlooper over Republican Bob Beauprez by a 70%-28% margin

· Senate: Latino voters in Colorado favored Democrat Mark Udall over Republican Cory Gardner by a 71%-23% margin

·  House: Latino voters in Colorado favored the Democrat over the Republican by a 72%-24% margin

KANSAS (polls closed at 9pm ET tonight)

· Governor: Latino voters in Kansas favored Democrat Paul Davis over Republican Sam Brownback by a 66%-31% margin

· Senate: Latino voters in Kansas favored Independent candidate Greg Orman over Republican Pat Roberts by a 64%-36% margin

· House: Latino voters in Kansas favored the Democrat over the Republican by a63%- 28% margin

· Secretary of State: Latino voters in Kansas favored Democrat Jean Kurtis Schodorf over Republican Kris Kobach by a 64%-30% margin

TEXAS (polls closed at 9pm ET tonight)

· Governor: Latino voters in Texas favored Democrat Wendy Davis over Republican Greg Abbott by a 68%-32% margin

·  Lieutenant Governor: Latino voters in Texas favored Democrat Leticia Van de Putte over Republican Dan Patrick by a 68%-29% margin

· Land Commissioner: Latino voters in Texas favored Democrat John Cook over Republican George P. Bush by a 62%-33% margin

· Senate: Latino voters in Texas favored Democrat David Alameel over Republican John Cornyn by a 69%-30% margin

·  House: Latino voters in Texas favored the Democrat over the Republican by a 65%-28% margin

NEVADA (polls closed at 10pm ET tonight)

·  Governor: Latino voters in Nevada favored Democrat Robert Goodman over Republican Brian Sandoval by a 52%-47% margin

·  Lieutenant Governor: Latino voters in Nevada favored Democrat Lucy Flores over Republican Mark Hutchison by a 71%-23% margin

California (polls closed at 11pm ET tonight)

·  Governor: Latino voters in California favored Democrat Jerry Brown over Republican Neel Kashkari by a 75%-23% margin

NATIONWIDE

· Governor: Latino voters nationwide favored Democratic candidates over Republican candidates by a 68%-30% margin.

· Senate: Latino voters nationwide Democratic candidates over Republican candidates by a 67%-28% margin.

· House: Latino voters in nationwide favored the Democratic candidates over Republican candidates by a 69%-27% margin.