Governor: GOP Gov. Mike Johanns won reelection, defeating Democrat Stormy Dean.
Senate: Republican Sen. Charles Hagel defeated Democrat Charlie Matulka to win reelection.
House: No changes in the state's delegation: All three Republican incumbents will be returning to the next Congress.
Other: Voters rejected an amendment to strike language ordering private schools to teach only in English.
Governor: Republican Gov. Kenny Guinn held off Democrat Joe Neal.
House: Ethics issues plagued Democrat Dario Herrera in his loss to Republican Jon Porter for the new 3rd District House seat. A Democrat and a Republican round out the delegation.
Other: Voters approved a constitutional amendment barring gay marriages and rejected one allowing possession of up to 3 ounces of marijuana.
Governor: Republican Craig Benson defeated Democrat Mark Fernald.
Senate: Republican Rep. John E. Sununu beat Democratic Gov. Jeanne Shaheen to capture the Senate seat held by Republican Sen. Bob Smith, who lost to Sununu in the primary.
House: Moderate Republican Jeb Bradley won the seat vacated by Sununu. The state's other seat was retained by the Republican incumbent.
Senate: Democrat Frank R. Lautenberg, a late substitute for Sen. Robert Torricelli after he dropped out of the race, defeated Republican businessman Doug Forrester. Lautenberg previously served three terms in the Senate.
House: Keeping the same split as the state's last delegation, seven Democrats and six Republicans were elected. Conservative GOP state lawmaker Scott Garrett succeeds retiring GOP Rep. Marge Roukema.
Governor: Democrat Bill Richardson defeated Republican John Sanchez.
Senate: Veteran Republican Sen. Pete V. Domenici easily defeated Democrat Gloria Tristani to retain his seat.
House: Democrat John Arthur Smith and Republican Steve Pearce were in a super-close race for an open seat in southern New Mexico's 69,000-square-mile district. Complete results were unavailable at press time.
Other: Complete results weren't in at press time on a bid to amend the constitution to create a state holiday honoring Cesar Chavez.
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Election 2002: State-by-State Results
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