Here are the 2020 state insurance department budget totals for the 5 states with insurance regulator races on Nov. 3 ballots. (Budget numbers come from the NAIC's 2019 Insurance Department Resources Report.)

1. Delaware: $11.6 million

(Maps credit: U.S. Geological Survey)

2. Montana: $50.8 million

3. North Carolina: $50.4 million

4. North Dakota: $4.7 million


5. Washington State: $35.7 million

Voters in five states found insurance regulator races on their general election ballots Tuesday.

(Related: 5 Insurance Regulator Races Are on Nov. 3 State Ballots)

Here are the tallies election officials in those states were posting, as of around 3:20 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday. In some cases, the results may not reflect the full effect of mail-in ballots or certain other types of ballots.


(All precincts reporting)

Trinidad Navarro, Democrat (Incumbent): 59.5%

Dr. Julia Pillsbury, Republican: 40.5%


(71% of precincts reporting)

Troy Downing, Republican: 55%

Shane Morigeau, Democrat: 40%

Roger Roots (Libertarian): 5%

North Carolina

(74.56% of ballots cast have been tallied)

Mike Causey, Republican (Incumbent): 51.78%

Wayne Goodwin, Democrat: 48.22%

North Dakota

(422 of 422 precincts fully tallied)

Jon Godfread, Republican (Incumbent): 67.67%

Patrick Hart, Democrat-NPL: 32.12%

Write-In: 0.21%

Washington State

Mike Kreidler, Democrat (Incumbent): 67.56%

Chirayu Avinash Patel: 32.01%

Write-In: 0.43%


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