Other: Voters agreed to eliminate bilingual education in public schools.
Governor: Republican Lt. Gov. Dick Posthumus lost to Democrat Jennifer Granholm, who becomes the state's first female governor.
Senate: Democratic Sen. Carl Levin easily defeated Republican Andrew Raczkowski to win reelection.
House: There were 15 seats in contention. Republicans won nine seats and Democrats won six.
Governor: Republican Tim Pawlenty defeated Democrat Roger Moe and Independent Tim Penny in a race to replace retiring Gov. Jesse Ventura.
Senate: Republican Norm Coleman was leading former Democratic Vice President Walter F. Mondale in the race for the seat held by the late Sen. Paul Wellstone.
House: There were eight seats in contention. The Democrats won four and the GOP four.
Senate: Republican Sen. Thad Cochran had no major-party opposition en route to winning his fifth term.
House: There were four seats in contention. The four incumbents won and the party split remained 2 to 2.
Senate: Democratic Sen. Jean Carnahan lost to former Republican Rep. Jim Talent.
House: There were nine seats in contention, with Republicans winning five and Democrats four. Minority Leader Richard A. Gephardt was reelected.
Senate: Democratic Sen. Max Baucus easily won reelection over Republican Mike Taylor, who withdrew from the race briefly over a controversial campaign attack ad.
House: Republican Dennis R. Rehberg won a second term as the state's lone congressman.