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Watch live coverage of primary night election results in several states. (The Post)

North Carolina Senate

GOP

Estimated 33 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Ted Budd191,40357.8%
Pat McCrory85,10025.7
Mark Walker29,4098.9
Other candidates25,4817.7

Pennsylvania Senate

GOP

Estimated 4 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Dave McCormick15,38133.7%
Mehmet Oz10,05522.0
Kathy Barnette9,29420.4
Other candidates10,89823.9

Pennsylvania Senate

DEM

Estimated 20 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
John Fetterman124,86652.0%
Conor Lamb77,98532.5
Malcolm Kenyatta26,63711.1
Other candidates10,6184.4

NC 11th District

GOP

Estimated 51 percent of votes counted

percentage of total vote received by each candidate
CandidateVotesPct.
Chuck Edwards16,44036.4%
Madison Cawthorn *13,27529.4
Matthew Burril4,0028.9
Other candidates11,42425.3

* Incumbent

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