Here’s the latest state-by-state breakdown as of the morning of Nov 8 courtesy of CAPA21:


Democrat Hiral Tipirneni (House, Arizona 8th) lost to Debbie Lesko.


Democrats Doris Matsui, Ami Bera, Ro Khanna, Judy Chu, Ted Lieu, Mark Takano all won re-election. Rep. Chu chairs the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus. Democrat TJ Cox (California 21st) lost to Rep. David Valadao. Democrat Andrew Janz (California 22nd) lost to Rep. Devin Nunes. Democrat Gil Cisneros trails Republican Young Kim in California 39th. If Kim wins, she will be the first Korean American woman elected to the U.S. House.

At the state level, Controller Betty Yee was re-elected and will joined at the state executive ranks by Fiona Ma as Treasurer, succeeding John Chiang in that position.


Democrat William Tong was elected as the state’s first Asian American attorney general. He is the nation’s second Asian American elected attorney general.


Rep. Stephanie Murphy (Florida 7th) won re-election.


Democrat Stacey Abrams is standing strong and refusing to concede the governor’s race after an election marred by voter disenfranchisement. Asian Americans were part of a coalition of civil rights groups that sued secretary of state Brian Kemp in his official capacity over a 2017 voting law that hampered the registrations of more than 50,000 people — of whom approximately 80 percent are Black, Latino or Asian American.


Senator Mazie Hirono, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, and Gov. David Ige each easily won re-election. Ige is the country’s only Asian American governor. Former Rep. Ed Case returns to Congress, succeeding Colleen Hanabusa who vied for but lost her primary challenge against Ige. Both houses of the state legislature are led by Japanese Americans, Ron Kouchi in the Senate and Scott Saiki in the House. Native Hawaiian Keali`i Lopez chairs the Hawai’i Democratic Party. Filipina American Shirlene DelaCruz Santiago Ostrov chairs the state Republican Party.


Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) won re-election. State Rep. Theresa Mah (D), the first Asian American elected to the Illinois General Assembly, was re-elected, and will be joined in the legislature by Democrat Ram Villivalam, the first Indian American elected to the Illinois state Senate.


State Rep. Stephanie Chang won election to the state Senate. She is the first Asian American woman to serve in the Michigan Legislature.


Democratic–Farmer–Labor state Rep. Fue Lee won re-election and will be joined by a record four other DFL Hmong Americans in the state legislature: Jay Xiong, Kaohly Her, Samantha Vang, and Tou Xiong.


Rep. Jacky Rosen defeated Sen. Dean Heller with help from the Asian American community, including efforts by APALA and One APIA Nevada.


Democrat Andy Kim declared victory last night over incumbent Rep. Tom MacArthur in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District. This will be the first time a Korean American serves in Congress since 1999.


Rep. Grace Meng won re-election. Meng, the first Asian American Member of Congress from New York State, chairs the ASPIRE PAC, the leadership PAC of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus.

Taiwanese American John Liu and Indian American Kevin Thomas – both Democrats – were elected as the first Asian Americans elected to New York’s state senate. Yuh-Line Niou (D) and Ron Kim (D) in the State Assembly both won re-election.


Gina Ortiz Jones (D) is standing her ground and refusing to concede to Rep. Will Hurd (R), trailing him by less than 700 votes. Sri Preston Kulkarni (D) lost his challenge to Rep. Pete Olson (R). And Beto … sigh.


Rep. Bobby Scott won re-election. Scott is the only Filipino American currently serving in Congress.


Rep. Pramila Jayapal won re-election.