Primaries! (AL, CA, IA, MS, MT, NJ, NM, SD) Final

Today’s a primary day! We get to see the insanity that is the California Primary!

California still hasn’t confirmed the second slot for some of their races.

This thread will update as races are called in the various states. Specific information about races and candidates are welcome, particularly from voters in the affected states.

Only winners of competitive races will be noted. Anyone running unopposed is assumed to have won.

The major races, and links to local updates:

ALABAMA (WSFA)

Projected winners:

Governor: Kay Ivey (R), Walt Maddox (D)

House 1: Robert Kennedy (D)

House 2: Martha Roby & Bobby Bright (R) (Runoff), Tabitha Isner (D)

House 3: Mallory Hagan (D)

House 4: Robert Aderholt (R), Lee Auman (D)

House 5: Mo Brooks (R)

 

CALIFORNIA

  • Because of the California “jungle primary” that seems designed to get dozens of candidates and then exclude anything but the dominant party, key races aren’t even going to be forecast.  Winners will be updated as they arise.

Projected winners:

Governor: Gavin Newsom (D), John Cox (R)

Senate: Dianne Feinstein (D), Kevin De Leon (D)

House 1: Doug LaMalfa (R), Audrey Denney (D)

House 2: Jared Huffman (D), Dale Mensing (R)

House 3: John Garamendi (D), Charlie Schaupp (R)

House 4: Tom McClintock (R), Jessica Morse (D)

House 5: Mike Thompson (D)

House 7: Ami Bera (D), Andrew Grant (R)

House 8: Paul Cook (R)

House 9: Jerry McNerny (D), Maria Livengood (R)

House 10: Jeff Denham (R)

House 11: Mark DeSaulnier (D), John Fitzgerald (R)

House 12: Nancy Pelosi (D)

House 15: Eric Swalwell (D), Rudy Peters (R)

House 17: Ro Khanna (D), Ron Cohen (R)

House 18: Anna Eshoo (D), Christine Russell (R)

House 20: Jimmy Panetta (D), Ronald Kabat (I)

House 22: Devin Nunes (R), Andrew Janz (D)

House 23: Kevin McCarthy (R)

House 24: Salud Carbajal (D), Justin Fareed (R)

House 25: Steve Knight (R)

House 26: Julia Brownley (D)

House 28: Adam Schiff (D), Johnny Nalbandian (R)

House 29: Tony Cardenas (D)

House 30: Brad Sheman (D), Mark Reed (R)

House 31: Sean Flynn (R), Pete Aguilar (D)

House 33: Ted Lieu (D), Kenneth Wright (R)

House 34: Jimmy Gomez (D)

House 35: Norma Torres (D), Christian Valiente (R)

House 36: Raul Ruiz (D), Kimberlin Pelzer (R)

House 39: Young Kim (R)

House 42: Ken Calvert (R)

House 43: Maxine Waters (D), Omar Navarro (R)

House 44: Nanette Barragan (D)

House 45: Mimi Walters (R)

House 46: Lou Correa (D), Russell Lambert (R)

House 47: Alan Lowenthal (D)

House 48: Dana Rohrabacher (R)

House 49: Diane Harkey (R)

House 50: Duncan Hunter (R)

House 51: Juan Vargas (D)

House 52: Scott Peters (D)

House 53: Susan Davis (D)

 

IOWA (DesMoinesRegister)

Projected winners:

Governor: Fred Hubbell (D)

House 1: Abby Finkenauer (D)

House 3: Cindy Axne (D)

House 4: Steve King (R), J.D. Scholten (D)

 

MISSISSIPPI (WREG)

Projected winners:

Senator: Roger Wicker (R), Howard Sherman & David Baria (D) (Runoff)

House 3: Michael Guest & Whit Hughes (R) (Runoff), Michael Evans (D)

House 4: Steven Palazzo (R)

 

MONTANA (KBZK)

Projected winners:

Senator: Matt Rosendale (R), Steve Kelly (G)

House: Kathleen Williams (D)

 

NEW JERSEY (NBCPhiladelphia)

Projected winners:

Senator: Bob Hugin (R), Bob Menendez (D)

House 1: Donald Norcross (D)

House 2: Seth Grossman (R), Jeff Van Drew (D)

House 4: Joshua Welle (D)

House 5: John McCann (R)

House 6: Frank Pallone (D)

House 7: Leonard Lance (R), Tom Malinowski (D)

House 9: Bill Pascrell (D)

House 10: Donald Payne, Jr. (D)

House 11: Jay Webber (R), Mike Sherrill (D)

 

NEW MEXICO (KOB)

Projected winners:

Governor: Michelle Lujan Grisham (D)

House 1: Debra Haaland (D)

House 2: Yvetter Herrell (R), Xochitl Torres Small (D)

 

SOUTH DAKOTA (Keloland)

Projected winners:

Governor: Kristi Noem (R)

House: Dusty Johnson (R)

 

Remember and spread the word… there WILL be other candidates on the ballot for most of these elections, come November. While the Republicans and the Democrats take up most of the oxygen in the room, continuing to allow only a “binary choice” ensures that the two parties can be corrupt without fear of penalty.

About the opinions in this article…

Any opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this website or of the other authors/contributors who write for it.

About AlienMotives 1688 Articles
Ex-Navy Reactor Operator turned bookseller. Father of an amazing girl and husband to an amazing wife. Tired of willful political blindness, but never tired of politics. Hopeful for the future.