LIVE ELECTION RESULTS: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho, and Oregon Primaries

It’s Tuesday! Which makes it another Primary Day — this time in five states: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho, and Oregon. What (or who) is on the line?



Without question, the most hotly contested race for the GOP is Pennsylvania’s Senate race to replace the outgoing Pat Toomey, but there was some recent drama on the Democrat side, as Lt. Gov. John Fetterman announced over the weekend that he’d suffered a mild stroke. Fetterman is facing off against U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb. Malcolm Kenyatta and Alexandria Khalil round out the field for the Dems. There are also 17 House seats up for grabs (though not all are contested). (Click the “Change Race” option at the upper right of each map to toggle between the races.)

For the Republicans, the knives have come out and it’s a brawl to the finish between Dr. Mehmet Oz, endorsed by President Trump, and Kathy Barnette. David McCormick is running a solid third in the polls behind Oz and Barnette. The field also includes Jeff Bartos, George Bochetto, Sean Gale, and Carla Sands.

Pennsylvanians will also be voting on their next Governor, as Democrat Tom Wolf is term-limited out. Will it be their current Attorney General, Democrat Josh Shapiro, who’s running unopposed? Or will it be one of the Republicans? It’s a crowded field for the GOP: Lou Barletta, Jacob Doyle Corman III, Joseph Charles Gale, Charles R. Gerow, Melissa Hart, Doug Mastriano, William M. McSwain, David White, or Nche Zama?


North Carolina

North Carolinians will be voting for Senate — the seat being vacated by Republican Richard Burr. There are numerous candidates on both the Democratic and Republican tickets, though Trump-endorsed U.S. Rep. Ted Budd appears to have a commanding lead in the polls for the Republicans. There are also 14 House seats up for grabs. Freshman Rep. Madison Cawthorn (also supported by Donald Trump) is fighting to hold onto his seat in the 11th Congressional District, following a spate of negative stories about him.


In the Bluegrass State, Republican Rand Paul is vying to retain his Senate seat (probably a safe bet). While Kentucky has six Congressional Districts, there are only three contested for the Democrats and five for the Republicans. Thomas Massie is looking to hold onto his seat in the 4th Congressional District.


One of Idaho’s two Senate seats is at issue in today’s primary — the seat currently held by Republican Mike Crapo (also a likely safe bet). There are two Idaho House seats, as well, and both look to be safe for their Republican incumbents, Russ Fulcher (unopposed) and Michael Simpson (who’s held his seat in the 2nd Congressional District since 1999. Idaho’s Governor’s seat is also on the line — there’s only one Democrat in the running, so not a lot of suspense there. Stephen Heidt will face off against the winner of the GOP primary in November — likely, incumbent Governor Brad Little, though Trump has backed Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, who’s challenging Little from the right and has clashed with him over COVID policies, so this one will be interesting to watch.



Oregon, too, has one Senate seat had six House seats at issue. Incumbent Ron Wyden, a Democrat, will likely coast to victory on the Senate side. The 5th District Congressional race is the one to watch there, as incumbent Kurt Schrader (backed by President Biden) is facing a tough challenge from progressive Jamie McLeod-Skinner (backed by Senator Elizabeth Warren). Current Governor Kate Brown isn’t running (term limits). There are 15 candidates on the Democratic side and 19 on the Republican side for that one.

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