A voter peals off an "I Voted" sticker at a polling location in Larkspur, California. Given Van Drew's more moderate profile (he's pro-gun), Inside Elections predicts this is one of the GOP seats that will likely flip.
Polls show Ivey comfortably ahead, but it's not clear whether she can break the 50 per cent threshold needed to avoid a runoff in July. Her opponents - Mayor Tommy Battle of Huntsville, state Senator Bill Hightower and Scott Dawson, an evangelical preacher - have seized on her refusal to participate in debates, accusing her of taking voters' support for granted.
On the diagram below, any dot above the diagonal line has seen a higher margin of Democratic absentee votes returned than the Democratic margin in the presidential race in 2016.
"This is the first year in which unaffiliated voters can vote in a partisan primary", said Chuck Boerman, El Paso County Clerk and Recorder.
In Alabama, Rep. Martha Roby is trying not to become the second House incumbent to lose a primary this year. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won seven of the districts held by House Republicans. Here, too, there is a risk that no one will meet the threshold to avoid a nominating convention. Voters who switch parties for the primary will be able to change back for the general election. Thad Cochran made a decision to retire.
Alabama is not predicted to have any close elections in this primary.
SENATE: Democrat Jon Tester is up for re-election. State Auditor Matt Rosendale and former judge Russ Fagg are the top contenders for the GOP nomination.Читайте также: Conservative donor David Koch retiring from business, politics
Democrats also want Montana's House seat, held by Greg Gianforte, a Republican known for assaulting a reporter past year.
The Democrats have their sights set on turning as many of these seats blue as possible.
In the Senate, Martin Heinrich, a first-term Democrat, is up for re-election. He's running unopposed in the primary, but four Republicans are fighting for a chance to take his seat.
GOVERNOR: New Mexico term limits governors, so both parties are looking for someone new to replace sitting Republican governor Susana Martinez.
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Voters will also, in all likelihood, choose Noem's replacement Tuesday. Six candidates are on the ballot: Nunes; Democrats Andrew Janz, Ricardo Franco and Bobby Bliatout; Libertarian Billy Merryman; and nonpartisan Brian Carroll. The race has drawn considerable attention from outside the state.
While 31 challengers have submitted their names as candidates against Feinstein, only former state Senate leader Kevin de León, a Los Angeles Democrat, has run a serious campaign. Instead, here's how each of the House seats went.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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