Its primary day in Nebraska, West Virginia and Open House Seat Special in Georgia to replace Deal. In Georgia there will be a runoff between Former state Rep. Tom Graves (R); he had 34 percent percent when the Associated Press called the race as headed to a runoff, with 80 percent reporting. Graves will likely be joined in that contest by former state Sen. Lee Hawkins (R), who was hovering around 20 percent.
Huge news in West Virginia though where currently Mollohan who is ethically challenged and was facing primary from state Sen. Mike Oliverio who ran to right of Mollohan in primary. Republicans also are looking to make race competitive
69% in. Oliverio 57, Mollohan 43.