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Election Results 2009

Updated 8:51 a.m. ET, Nov. 4, 2009

Here's a summary of the winners and losers from the key races decided on Election Day 2009:

Virginia Governor: Bob McDonnell (R) defeats Creigh Deeds (D)

New Jersey Governor: Chris Christie (R) defeats Incumbent Jon Corzine (D)

New York Congressional District 23: Bill Owens (D) defeats Doug Hoffman (C)

California Congressional District 10: John Garamendi (D) defeats David Harmer (R)

Maine Referendum: Gay Marriage Law Repealed

Maine Referendum: Expands Medical Marijuana Law

Breckenridge, Colo., Referendum: Legalizes Marijuana Possession

Ohio Referendum: Approves Casinos

New York Mayor: Incumbent Michael Bloomberg (I) defeats Bill Thompson (D)

Detroit Mayor: Incumbent Dave Bing defeats Tom Barrow

Cincinnati Mayor: Incumbent Mark Mallory (D) defeats Brad Wenstrup (R)

Pittsburgh Mayor: Incumbent Luke Ravenstahl (D) defeats Kevin Acklin (I) and Franco Dok Harris (I)

Boston Mayor: Incumbent Thomas Menino (D) defeats Michael Flaherty

Minneapolis Mayor: Incumbent R.T. Rybak (D) defeats 10 challengers

St. Paul Mayor: Incumbent Chris Coleman (D) defeats Eva Ng (R)

Atlanta Mayor: Runoff Next Month Between Mary Norwood and Kasim Reed

Houston Mayor: Runoff Next Month Between Annise Parker and Gene Locke

CBSNews.com Election Night Coverage:

Results
All Election Night 2009 Results
Republicans Sweep N.J., Va. Gov. Races
N.Y. Democrat Owens Wins House Seat
Maine Voters Reject Gay Marriage
Breckenridge, Colo., Votes to Legalize Pot
Atlanta's Race For Mayor Heads To Runoff

Analysis
What McDonnell's Win Means for the GOP, Obama
Corzine's Fall Has Been Festering for a While
What Doug Hoffman's Loss Means to Conservatives
Lessons for the White House from '09 Election Results
Why Christie Won in New Jersey
McDonnell Won Due to Turnout, Independents
Exit Polls in Va. and N.J.: The Obama (Non) Factor?
Michael Steele: GOP Has "Found Its Voice Again"
David Plouffe: Obama "Delivering on His Promise"