Five states are holding their primaries tonight. https://t.co/c7zz0XyDRk— Roll Call (@rollcall) June 26, 2018
Incumbents will be on defense and challengers in key House races will face their first tests in Tuesday’s primaries, as voters in seven states head to the polls.
Five states are holding their regularly scheduled primaries, while Republicans in Mississippi and South Carolina will weigh in on House primary runoffs. Tuesday will also determine whether 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney and former Rep. Michael G. Grimm, a convicted felon, can jump-start their political comebacks....
New York, Maryland, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma... Runoffs: Mississippi, South Carolina
Will South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster win his runoff tonight? This will be a major test of Trump’s influence with Republican primary voters.— POLITICO (@politico) June 27, 2018
Here's how he's doing at about 26% of precincts reporting.
Live results: https://t.co/zQI87nWCHH pic.twitter.com/8EjJWIIMph
In NY-14, incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley could be a speaker- or minority leader-in-waiting, but his opponent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says he's out of touch – especially with the nearly half of his constituents who are Latino.— POLITICO (@politico) June 27, 2018
Live New York results: https://t.co/MniBCjW6kz
Mitt Romney is expected to cruise to victory in Utah's Republican primary for U.S. Senate.— POLITICO (@politico) June 27, 2018
Here's how he's doing at about 35% of precincts reporting.
More live results: https://t.co/mLmY08Pz4O pic.twitter.com/UithEtsRbK