Primaries! (CO, MD, MS, NY, OK, SC, UT) Update 3

Today’s a Primary Day!  And two runoff elections, in Mississippi and South Carolina.  Let’s see if Bradley, er, Chelsea Manning can pull off an upset and get the Democrat Senate nomination by appealing to… huh.  Maybe the “I know the name from somewhere, so they’re famous, I’ll vote for them” vote.  It seems to have worked in the last Presidential campaign, for another person of dubious character.

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:

COLORADO (Denver 7)

Projected winners:

GOVERNOR: Walker Stapelton (R), Jared Polis (D)

House 1: Diana DeGette (D)

House 2: Joe Neguse (D)

House 3: Diane Mitsch Bush (D)

House 4: Karen McCormick (D)

House 5: Doug Lamborn (R)

House 6: Jason Crow (D)



Projected winners:

GOVERNOR (D): Ben Jealous

SENATE: Tony Campbell (R), Ben Cardin (D)

House 1: Andy Harris (R), Jesse Colvin (D)

House 2: Liz Matory (R), Dutch Ruppersberger (D)

House 3: Charles Anthony (R), John Sarbanes (D)

House 5: William Devine (R), Steny Hoyer (D)

House 6: Amie Hoeber (R), David Trone (D)

House 7: Elijah Cummings (D)

House 8: John Walsh (R), Jamie Raskin (D)



Projected winners:

SENATE (D): David Baria



Projected winners:

House 1: Perry Gershon (D)

House 2: Liuba Shirley (D)

House 5: Gregory Meeks (D)

House 9: Yvette Clarke (D)

House 11: Dan Donovan (R), Max Rose (D)

House 12: Carolyn Maloney (D)

House 14: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D)

House 16: Eliot Engel (D)

House 19: Antonio Delgado (D)

House 21: Tedra Cobb (D)

House 23: Max Della Pia, 7022 votes v. Tracy Mitrano, 6996 votes – recount likely

House 24: Dana Balter (D)

House 25: Joseph Morelle (D)



Projected winners:

GOVERNOR: Drew Edmondson (D), Mick Cornett (R, runoff) Kevin Stitt, 109,622 votes v. Todd Lamb, 107,243 votes, likely recount

House 1: Tim Harris (R, runoff) Kevin Hern, 23,409 votes v. Andy Coleman, 22,580 votes; Tim Gilpin & Amanda Douglas (D, runoff)

House 2: Markwayne Mullin (R), Jason Nichols & Clay Padgett (D, runoff)

House 3: Frankie Robbins (D)

House 4: Tom Cole (R), Mary Brannon & Fred Gipson (D, runoff)

House 5: Steve Russell (R), Kendra Horn & Tom Guild (D, runoff)



Projected winners:

GOVERNOR (R): Henry McMaster



Projected winners:

Mitt Romney (R)

House 3: John Curtis (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.

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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.

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