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100 races in 100 days: MSNBC’s key midterms match-up guide

The 2022 midterm election is 100 days away. Check back daily for a new key race as we count down the days between now and November 8.
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Arizona Republican governor primary on Aug. 2

Former newscaster Kari Lake vs. former developer and lobbyist Karrin Taylor Robson

Projected winner: Kari Lake


Michigan's Third Congressional District primary on Aug. 2

Republican incumbent Peter Meijer vs. former Trump administration official John Gibbs

Projected winner: John Gibbs


Michigan Republican governor primary on Aug. 2

Tudor Dixon, Ryan Kelley, Ralph Rebandt, Kevin Rinke and Garrett Soldano

Projected winner: Tudor Dixon


Michigan's Democratic 11th Congressional District primary on Aug. 2

U.S. Rep. Andy Levin vs. U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens

Projected winner: Haley Stevens


Missouri Republican Senate primary on Aug. 2

Attorney General Eric Schmitt, former Gov. Eric Greitens and Rep. Vicky Hartzler

Projected winner: Eric Schmitt


Kansas abortion constitutional amendment

A constitutional amendment that would strip out abortion protections.

Projected winner: The amendment is rejected


Arizona Republican Senate primary on Aug. 2

Venture capitalist Blake Masters, Attorney General Mark Brnovich and businessman Jim Lamon

Projected winner: Blake Masters


Washington’s 3rd Congressional District open primary on Aug. 2

GOP U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler vs. Republicans Joe Kent, Leslie French, Vicki Kraft, Heidi St. John, Democrats Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, Davy Ray and independents Oliver Black and Chris Byrd

Projected winner: Joe Kent and Marie Gluesenkamp Perez


Kansas’ Republican 3rd Congressional District primary on Aug. 2

Former Kansas Republican Party Chair Amanda Adkins vs. Army veteran John McCaughrean

Projected winner: Amanda Adkins


Wisconsin Democratic Senate primary on Aug. 9

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, restaurant owner Kou Lee, musician Steven Olikara, attorney Peter Peckarsky and state emergency management administrator Darrell Williams

Projected winner: Mandela Barnes


Washington's 8th Congressional District open primary on Aug. 2

Kim Schrier, Matt Larkin, Reagan Dunn, Jesse Jensen, Scott Stephenson, Emet Ward, Dave Chapman, Keith Arnold, Justin Greywolf and Ryan Burkett

Projected winners: Kim Schrier and Matt Larkin


Wisconsin Republican governor primary on Aug. 9

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch vs. construction company owner Tim Michels

Projected winner: Tim Michels


Louisiana Senate open primary on Nov. 8

John Neely Kennedy, Beryl Billiot, Gary Chambers, Devin Lance Graham, Xan Jon, W. Thomas LaFontaine Olson, Bradley McMorris, M.V. Mendoza, Luke Mixon, Salvador Rodriguez, Aaron Sigler and Syrita Steib and Thomas Webb

Results: TBD


Washington’s 4th Congressional District open primary on Aug. 2

Democrat Doug White vs. Republicans Dan Newhouse, Jerrod Sessler, Loren Culp, Benancio “Benny” Garcia III, Jacek Kobiesa, Brad Klippert and Corey Gibson

Projected winners: Doug White and Dan Newhouse


Minnesota Democratic Secretary of State primary on Aug. 9

Steve Simon and Steve Carlson

Projected winner: Steve Simon


Minnesota Republican Secretary of State primary on Aug. 9

Kim Crockett and Erik van Mechelen

Projected winner: Kim Crockett


Wisconsin Republican Attorney General primary on Aug. 9

Eric Toney, Adam Jarchow and Kevin Mueller

Projected winner: Eric Toney


Arkansas' first Congressional District Republican primary on May 24

Rick Crawford, Brandt Smith and Jody Shackelford

Projected winner: Rick Crawford


Arkansas Democratic Senate primary on May 24

Natalie James, Dan Whitfield and Jack Foster

Projected winner: Natalie James


Arkansas Republican Senate primary on May 24

John Boozman, Jake Bequette, Jan Morgan and Heath Loftis

Projected winner: John Boozman


Wyoming's first Congressional District Republican primary on Aug. 16

Incumbent Liz Cheney vs. attorney Harriet Hageman and state Sen. Anthony Bouchard

Projected winner: Harriet Hageman


Wyoming Republican governor primary on Aug. 16

Incumbent Mark Gordon vs. retired Marine Brent Bien, veterinarian Rex Rammell and businessman James Scott Quick

Projected winner: Mark Gordon


Alaska special House election on Aug. 16

Republican former Gov. Sarah Palin, Republican businessman Nick Begich III and Democratic former state Rep. Mary Peltola

Results: Mary Peltola, Sarah Palin, Nick Begich III and Tara Sweeney will advance


Alaska Senate open primary on Aug. 16

Incumbent Lisa Murkowski vs. former Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka

Results: Both candidates will advance


Alaska governor open primary on Aug. 16

Incumbent Mike Dunleavy vs. former Gov. Bill Walker

Projected winner: Mike Dunleavy