It’s Tuesday…and the last of the primaries are here. This week, it’s New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Here’s what to keep an eye on per DDHQ:
Overview: Polls close at 7:00 pm Eastern in most of the state; 8:00 pm Eastern in some cities/larger towns. Two congressional districts. Winners are first-past-the-post.
Key Races: In the GOP Senate primary, retired General Don Bolduc is favored over New Hampshire Senate President Chuck Morse. Bolduc is more Trump-friendly, though he’s not received Trump’s endorsement. ABC News has characterized him as “controversial.” Morse is the more moderate of the two and has been endorsed by Republican Governor Chris Sununu. The winner will face Democrat Maggie Hassan, the incumbent.
In the First Congressional District, there is a large primary field on the GOP side, including Tim Baxter, Gail Huff Brown (wife of former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown), Karoline Leavitt, and Matt Mowers. The winner will face Democrat incumbent Chris Pappas.
Overview: Polls close at 8:00 pm Eastern. There are two congressional districts. Winners are first-past-the-post.
Key Races: In the governor’s race, incumbent Democrat Dan McKee faces a number of challengers (as well as a potential FBI investigation into an education contract).
In the Second Congressional District, General Treasurer Seth Magaziner (a moderate) is favored over Sarah Morgenthau and David Segal for the Democrats.
See below for live results, and stay with RedState for the latest election coverage throughout the night and into Wednesday. (Click the “Change Race” option just above each map to toggle between the races.)