Democracy Dies in Darkness
Tuesday’s primaries provided the biggest test to date of the effect of Donald Trump and his far-right movement on the midterm elections.
It’s a chance for Democrats to find out whether they can arrest the building red wave and their declining White working-class support with a candidate who doesn’t fit easily into any partisan box.

Pennsylvania Senate

GOP

Estimated 95 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Mehmet Oz411,67431.3%
Dave McCormick409,00231.1
Kathy Barnette325,55724.8
Other candidates167,54612.8

Idaho Governor

GOP

Estimated 80 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Brad Little *126,00653.6%
Janice McGeachin72,69030.9
Edward Humphreys27,22411.6
Other candidates8,9823.8

* Incumbent

NC 11th District

GOP

Estimated 99 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Chuck Edwards29,41133.4%
Madison Cawthorn *28,09231.9
Matthew Burril8,3149.4
Other candidates22,24225.3

* Incumbent

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