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Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, is running for a fourth two-year term and facing little threat.
The G.O.P. primary includes Tim Michels, who is backed by Trump, and former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.
A three-way primary will decide which Republican will challenge Senator Richard Blumenthal.
Representative Peter Welch, a Democrat, is running for the seat being vacated by Senator Patrick Leahy.
Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes is expected to win the Democratic primary in his bid to challenge Senator Ron Johnson.
Brad Finstad, a former state lawmaker, is running against Jeff Ettinger, the retired C.E.O. of Hormel Foods.
Brad Finstad is on the ballot twice, for the special general election and the regular primary.
Representative Ilhan Omar is facing a primary challenge from Don Samuels, a moderate Democrat.
The three-way Democratic primary for the state’s single at-large House seat is the year’s most competitive.
Democrats endorsed Stephanie Thomas for this open seat, while Republicans endorsed Dominic Rapini.
Adam Jarchow faces Eric Toney in a race defined by both men’s claims to prosecute voter fraud.
Robin Vos, the powerful Assembly speaker, faces a challenge from Adam Steen, who is backed by Trump.
Secretary of State Doug La Follette is facing a primary challenge. Three Republicans are also running.