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AziJune 24 Azi

Rangel, at podium, contemplating whether to declare victory. #ny13

Who thought three weeks ago that Thad Cochran would win re-election but not Eric Cantor....anybody?? Thought not.

Cochran won. Give these people a LOT of credit: NRSC, the Barbours, McConnell, Chamber of Commerce.

Cochran wins partly on back of Dems voting for an R incumbent, 2 weeks after Cantor loses partly because Dems voted against R incumbent. Wow

#NY13 results racially polarized between Hispanic areas of northern Manhattan & the Bronx and AA areas of Harlem http://t.co/5nfO9wPfRb

Hundreds of Senate jobs hang in balance in #MSSen. A Cochran win & Rs win Senate in November would set off chain react on chairmen gavels.

Another 5% of precincts in, now standing at 45.6% reporting in #NY13. Rangel steady at ~3% ahead. 47.3% to Espaillat's 44.5%

Happiest about Cochran's potential win: The dozens of ambitious MS Republicans who didn't want a 41-year-old incumbent in that seat.

It's down to how many boxes of votes are left MT @samrhall Hinds has 4 boxes out. Harrison has 2 boxes out. Both could be big for Cochran.

Kibbe tells me Cochran’s mobilization of Dems is “an embarrassment" and “proof that the whole old GOP is intellectually bankrupt"

97% of Jones is now in. And Cochran still has a 1K vote edge.

There is NO process in Mississippi state law for automatic recounts.

Dan BalzJune 24 danbalz

For McDaniel, DeSoto overperforming, Jones underperforming. He needs big boost from Jones.

Small batch of votes came in. #NY13 now at 10% of precincts reporting. Espaillat up by 8% http://t.co/UP97Ymyi07

The buzz among MS insiders: if McDaniel doesn't have June 3-type strength in Jones Co, he should be nervous

It tightens: Cochran 128k, McDaniel 124k

73% in. Cochran 113,636 (50.9%) McDaniel 109,452 (49.1%)

Aide says Brown will take the stage around 10:10 p.m. to address supporters on his victory in Maryland's Democratic gubernatorial primary.

On phone w/ Haley Barbour, he credits Cochran's heavy emphasis on education $ for stirring some non-Rs to the polls

Dan BalzJune 24 danbalz

For Cochran, Hinds much better than 6/3. Won by 5300 votes then. With 1/2 precincts in, he's got a 4900 vote margin.

Big proviso to what's happening in #MSSen: Jones County, McD's base, which came in late/put him over top on 6/3, has reported 0 votes. 0.

If McDaniel struggles tonight, part of it will be due to lack of prep, money for a 3-week runoff, just as Barbour-Stevens machine revamped

Looking tight in #MSSen. Could come down to crucial Waukesha County.

RT @sirwesleythe1st: Hundreds of Mizeur-Coates supporters upbeat and eager for the primary returns http://t.co/2qvxooTAoc

Doug Gansler's spokeswoman just told @IleanaNajarro: "It's hard to extrapolate anything from early voting."

Fox is only cable leading with #MSSen & primary results. CNN doing 1-hr Aaron Hernandez special, Maddow doing highway/infrastructure funds.

They're playing the Rocky theme at McDaniel HQ, people are munching on fried triangles of mac-and-cheese, sipping wine

Polls now closed in New York where, depending on who you believe, turnout is way up and/or down in the Rangel/Espaillat race.

RT @paulschwartzman: Brown campaign keeping reporters from joyous supporters. How dare they chronicle euphoria! #groundcontroltoltbrown

Thing to watch tonight: Can NYC vote counters give us a Rangel-Espillat result before the end of the 11 p.m. news?

Tensions reported at the polls http://t.co/UVVo0KPEVp

In early voting results in Maryland's Democratic primary for governor, Brown leads in every county but Kent -- where Mizeur is ahead.

RT @AP_Politics: OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has defeated two pro-marijuana challengers to win the Republican nomination.

For those comparing #MSSEN county results tonight to the results 3 weeks ago, here's 3 weeks ago: http://t.co/dASrxHv7sR

RT @Reporterroblang: Party beginning at a Brown HQ http://t.co/re91ZvoFdf

Farm Bill? What Farm Bill? House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas (R-Okla.) easily defeats 2 #GOP primary opponents in #Oklahoma.

For sale, 3 for $10, at McDaniel rally- "Benghazi matters," "Run Ted Run," and "Enjoy Capitalism" http://t.co/AOFACjG9ND

JUST IN: Sen. James Inhofe, Reps. Jim Bridenstine and Tom Cole declared winners in their #GOP primaries. #okpolitics

Early voting in Montgomery in Maryland Democratic primary for governor: Brown 50.3 percent, Gansler 25.8 percent, Mizeur 22.5 percent

The House primary to watch in #Oklahoma is #OK5, the race to replace Lankford. It's a 6-way contest.

Frosh leading the way in early voting numbers in Md. Attorney General race.

Early voting results in Maryland Democratic primary: Brown 57.7 percent, Gansler 20.8 percent, Mizeur 19.4 percent.

the crowd trickles in... http://t.co/3ixGO6ocvN

So... this exists.... @GanslersApple

Still looking to vote in #MS, #CO, #OK, #UT, #NY, #SC, #MD or elsewhere? Find your polling spot here: http://t.co/BB7G5czi1Z

Miss. secretary of state: '136 phone calls,' mostly about 'crossover voting' http://t.co/N88V0JpVYC

Polls close here at 7pm CT/8pm ET. Per state law, any registered voter who didn't vote in D primary in early June is eligible to vote.

Helpful! RT @HotlineJosh: RT @AOSHQDD Timeline: FL-19 - polls close 7pm MS-runoff & OK-Sen - 8pm CO-Gov, CO-4, NY-13, NY-21, NY-22 - 9PM

Cochran offered platitudes in a hoarse, at times barely audible voice, his rail-thin, dark-suited frame moving slowly http://t.co/EfASqIRR18

No recent candidate has benefited from outside money as much as Chris McDaniel (from @pbump) http://t.co/pevYwCQ97z http://t.co/pevYwCQ97z

A Cochran adviser tells me turnout is looking high in #MSSEN and should exceed the June 3 primary.

Cantor says if McCarthy runs for majority leader, he would have his full support

Cantor: "My position on immigration has not changed ... I think it's much more desireable and frankly doable if we do it one step at a time"

Boehner says Republicans also need to and to "show the American people we offer them not just a viable alternative, but a better future."

More Boehner: "Eric, we salute you, and we thank you, and your amazing staff as well."

BOEHNER rallies troops, more from speech: "This is the time for unity; the time for focus... [on] the failure of Barack Obama's policies."

In speech to colleagues, Boehner gives "thanks to Eric and his staff for their service to our conference, our institution and our country."

More Boehner from HC-5: "As one who suffered a tough defeat myself in 1998, I can tell you there’s plenty of wisdom in that statement."

Boehner: "This is a speech I never expected to give...Winston Churchill once famously said: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal."

JUNE 19 -- the leadership election date is set, the scramble continues tonight...

House leadership race is June 19 - one week from tomorrow. Boom.

GOP caucus over. Here's what Eric Cantor will now see as he publicly announces step down as GOP House Majority Leader http://t.co/QHN3SOdvlH

For all talk of Cantor-Boehner rivalry, Boehner is institutional obsessive who is sensitive about House careers, fragility of power