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Daniel….. Welcome to "The Dogs" Super Tuesday MEGA Primary Night Coverage …..

Hello Dog Pound!

Here we go!

11 States are holding Primaries and Run-Off Elections Today.

A Special Election will also being held in Georgia  to determine the Replacement for U. S. Rep. Nathan Deal (R-GA) who resigned in March.

Our “Special Primary Night Coverage” is starting at 6pm ET One Hour before the first Polls are closing.

Here is an Election Guide for the competitive Races we’re following throughout the Night:

7pm ET Poll Closing (Virginia, South Carolina & Georgia 9th Congressional District Special Election)

In South Carolina we’re looking at both Governor Races as well as Republican House Primaries in SC-1, SC-2 & SC-4

ln Virginia we’re looking at the competitive Republican Primaries in VA-2, VA-5 & VA-11 to determine the GOP Challengers for U. S. Representatives Glenn Nye (D-VA 2), Tom Perriello (D-VA-5) and Gary Connolly (D-VA-11)

Georgia 9th Congressional District Special Election

John Thomas “Tom” Graves Jr. (R)
B. Lee Hawkins (R)

8pm ET Poll Closing (Maine & New Jersey Primaries)

In Maine we’re looking at both Governor Primaries. Governor John Baldacci (D-ME) is term-limited and can’t run for Re-Election.

In New Jersey we’re looking at the Republican Primaries for Congressional Districts NJ-3 and NJ-7

8.30pm ET Poll Closing (Arkansas Run-Off Elections)

We’re looking at the Arkansas Democratic Senate Run-Off between Lincoln and Halter. We’re also looking at the Democratic Run-Offs in AR-1 & AR-2 as well as the Republican Run-Off in AR-3.

9pm ET Poll Closing (South Dakota & North Dakota Primaries)

In South Dakota we’re looking at the Republican Governor Primary as well as the Republican At-Large House Primary to determine which Republican Candidate will face U. S. Rep. Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin (D-SD) in November.

In North Dakota we’re looking at the House At-Large Republican Primary between State Representative Richard A. Berg (R-ND) and J. D. Donaghe (R-ND). The Winner will face U. S. Rep. Earl Pomeroy (D-ND) in November.

10pm ET Poll Closing (Iowa, Montana & Nevada Primaries)

In Iowa we’re looking at the Republican Governor Primary, the Democratic Senate Primary as well as Republican House Primaries in IA-2 and IA-3

In Montana we’re looking at the Democratic House At-Large Primary who will face U. S. Rep. Denny Rehberg (R-MT) in November.

And in Nevada we’re looking at the Republican Primaries for Governor & Senate as well as Republican House Primary in NV-3

11pm ET Poll Closing (California Primary)

We’re looking at CA-SEN (R), CA-GOV (R) and the House Primaries CA-11 (R), CA-36 (D) and CA-42 (R)


Election Results Can be found Here…..

South Carolina

http://www.enr-scvotes.org/SC/16117/27055/en/summary.html

South Dakota

http://electionresults.sd.gov/applications/st25cers3/?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

California

http://vote.sos.ca.gov/

Nevada

http://www.silverstate2010.com

Virginia

Hold on…..

We’ll be here for a while

Daniel G….You Host….

…….with a little help from SE and The Dog……

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  1. I am so excited

    this is the BIG ONE

    Terry Green enjoy election night

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 6, 2010 | Reply

  2. The election night specials have been very popular at the Dogs site…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 6, 2010 | Reply

  3. DOG

    Nikki Haley will ‘resign’ if affairs proved

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0610/38131.html

    she is BLOWING IT

    the correct response is “I wont resign because these allegations are fantasy”

    would someone please have Hillary Clinton train Haley how to answer questions

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 6, 2010 | Reply

    • Old story

      Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  4. Old story…she’a ahead of the curve right now…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 7, 2010 | Reply

  5. To all our followers in Maine & New Jersey:

    Both States DO NOT use a LIVE Election Results Page so you will have to rely on Politico.

    Comment by Daniel G. | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  6. Georgia Special Election Run-Off Results Link:

    http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2010_0608/swall.htm

    Comment by Daniel G. | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  7. For Results from all 11 States please look at:

    http://www.politico.com/2010

    Comment by Daniel G. | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  8. MSNBC will have LIVE Coverage of the Primaries throughout their Evening Shows at this Link:

    http://wwitv.com/portal.htm?http://wwitv.com/tv_channels/b2714.htm

    Comment by Daniel G. | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  9. See Ya later Daniel…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  10. My SC GOP prediction

    1) McMaster 2) Bauer 3) Barrett 4) Haley

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  11. The ODDFATHER got number 1 right so far

    http://www.enr-scvotes.org/SC/16117/27193/en/summary.html

    but the night is young for political prisoner 513

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  12. My guy ALvin doing well

    I am really happy

    http://www.enr-scvotes.org/SC/16117/27193/en/summary.html#

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  13. Evenin’ fellow peasants. You wasted as I am now!?

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  14. Yo what’s up SE?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  15. Evenin’ fellow peasants. You wasted as I am now!?
    ————-

    Please

    you could never out top me

    Comment by Timothy Leal | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  16. Ok…..with 18 of 46 pct reporting Haley is above 50% @ 50.46%…..
    Barrett is 30% behind…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  17. DeMints @ 83.20%…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  18. This is South Carolina…..Sorry

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  19. These are all GOP Primaries….

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  20. House 2nd…….Wilson 84.5% 5/10 CountiesReporting
    House 3rd…….Duncan 36.72% 4/10 Counties
    House 4th…….Gowdy 59.82% 1/4
    House 6………Harrelson 42.20%
    Pratt 48.72% 7/15 Reporting

    again SC

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  21. Ok….Virginia…..GOP

    House 1 Dist Wittman* 87.97%
    2 Rigell 39.45% 98.13 reporting
    5 Hurt 48.44% 99.35
    8 Murray* 51.74%
    11 Fimian * 55.93%

    All other are 100% reporting

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  22. I’m supporting Richie Cash over Jeff “RedState” Duncan in SC-03 now that Vasovski’s out.

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  23. 26 of 46 Counties Reporting
    Percent Votes
    Gresham Barrett (REP) 21.83% 46,328
    Andre Bauer (REP) 11.48% 24,366
    Nikki R Haley (REP) 49.04% 104,097
    Henry McMaster (REP) 17.65% 37,474
    212,265

    South Carolina…Haley slips below 50%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

    • Anybody but Haley for me!

      Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

      • She’s gonna win….

        It’s about the 50%

        Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010

  24. GO ANGLE!!!

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  25. 7 of 10 Counties Reporting
    Percent Votes
    Richard Cash (REP) 19.40% 8,353
    Neal Collins (REP) 5.08% 2,187
    Jeff Duncan (REP) 29.81% 12,836
    Joe Grimaud (REP) 22.04% 9,491
    Rex Rice (REP) 15.69% 6,758
    Frank Michael Vasovski (REP) 7.98% 3,435

    South Carolina 3rd

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  26. Gowdy vs Inglis in SC-04.

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  27. Duncan’s ahead…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  28. AR-SEN Democratic Runoff:

    Lincoln 51.1%
    Halter 48.9%

    AR-01 Democratic Runoff:

    Causey 53.2%
    Wooldridge 46.8%

    AR-02 Democratic Runoff:

    Wills 52.5%
    Elliott 47.5%

    AR-03 GOP Runoff:

    Bledsoe 52.5%
    Womack 47.5%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  29. Arkansas…..

    Lincoln 51.2%
    Halter 48.8%

    47.25% reporting…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  30. SC-GOV GOP Primary:

    Haley(RUNOFF) 49.0%
    Barrett(RUNOFF) 21.6%
    McMaster 17.1%
    Bauer 12.4%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  31. NJ…..House 1

    Andrews (D) 86.3%
    Glading (R) 53.2%

    House 2

    Stein (D) Uncontested
    LoBiondo (R) 78.5%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  32. SD-GOV GOP Primary:

    Daugaard(PROJECTED WINNER) 54.2%
    Munsterman 17.4%
    Knudson 15.3%
    Howie 10.4%
    Knuppe 2.6%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  33. AR-SEN Democratic Runoff:

    Lincoln 51.1%
    Halter 48.9%

    AR-01 Democratic Runoff:

    Causey 53.2%
    Wooldridge 46.8%

    AR-02 Democratic Runoff:

    Wills 52.5%
    Elliott 47.5%

    AR-03 GOP Runoff:

    Bledsoe 52.5%
    Womack 47.5%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  34. AR-SEN Democatic Runoff:

    Halter 51.0%
    Lincoln 49.0%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  35. The Haley number isn’t 100% yet, right?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  36. Ark is 100%?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  37. IA-GOV GOP Primary:

    Branstad 51.5%
    Vander Plaats 40.4%
    Roberts 8.1%

    IA-SEN Democratic Primary:

    Conlin 80.4%
    Krause 9.9%
    Fiegen 9.7%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  38. S.C. Governor
    Republicans Votes %
    Haley 195,634 49
    Barrett 86,263 22
    McMaster 68,173 17
    Bauer 49,376 12
    96% reporting

    Ark. Senate
    Democrats Votes %
    Halter 84,239 51
    Lincoln 80,803 49
    55% reporting

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  39. That is close in Ark…..Wow!

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  40. South Carolina 4th District

    TIMES RATING Solid Republican
    INCUMBENT Bob Inglis (R)
    Has held this office for 11 years.
    PRIMARY DATE June 8
    RUNOFF DATE June 22
    95% REPORTING June 8 Primary Results

    DEMOCRATS Paul Corden
    REPUBLICANS Trey Gowdy 32,332 39%
    Bob Inglis 22,094 27%
    Jim Lee 10,954 13%
    David Thomas 10,267 12%
    Christina Jeffrey 5,645 6%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  41. NV-SEN GOP Primary:

    Angle 31.2%
    Lowden 30.6%
    Tarkanian 22.0%
    Christensen 2.1%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  42. NV-GOV GOP Primary:

    Sandoval 55.7%
    Gibbons 28.9%
    Montandon 8.7%
    Atwood 1.4%
    Lusak 1.1%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  43. Close in NV Senate also….

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  44. New Jersey – Summary Vote Results

    June 08, 2010 – 10:37PM ET (i) = incumbent = winner = runoff
    U.S. House – District 1 – GOP Primary
    441 of 475 Precincts Reporting – 93%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Glading, Dale GOP 4,645 54%
    Oglesby, Loran GOP 2,554 29%
    Powers, Fernando GOP 1,222 14%
    Lucas, Lee GOP 248 3%

    U.S. House – District 1 – Dem Primary
    441 of 475 Precincts Reporting – 93%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Andrews, Robert (i) Dem 12,616 86%
    Caramanna, John Dem 1,970 14%

    U.S. House – District 2 – GOP Primary
    497 of 499 Precincts Reporting – 99%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    LoBiondo, Frank (i) GOP 19,059 78%
    Biamonte, Linda GOP 2,944 12%
    Ward, Donna GOP 2,415 10%

    U.S. House – District 2 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Stein, Gary Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 3 – GOP Primary
    505 of 508 Precincts Reporting – 99%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Runyan, Jon GOP 16,539 60%
    Murphy, Justin GOP 11,018 40%

    U.S. House – District 3 – Dem Primary
    505 of 508 Precincts Reporting – 99%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Adler, John (i) Dem 11,191 75%
    Bendar, Barry Dem 3,730 25%

    U.S. House – District 4 – GOP Primary
    480 of 486 Precincts Reporting – 99%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Smith, Chris (i) GOP 21,560 69%
    Bateman, Alan GOP 9,748 31%

    U.S. House – District 4 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Kleinhendler, Howard Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 5 – GOP Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Garrett, Scott (i) GOP 0 0

    U.S. House – District 5 – Dem Primary
    432 of 464 Precincts Reporting – 93%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Theise, Tod Dem 5,095 79%
    Iannarelli, Anthony Dem 1,353 21%

    U.S. House – District 6 – GOP Primary
    382 of 483 Precincts Reporting – 79%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Little, Anna GOP 6,027 52%
    Gooch, Diane GOP 5,612 48%

    U.S. House – District 6 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Pallone, Frank (i) Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 7 – GOP Primary
    450 of 574 Precincts Reporting – 78%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Lance, Leonard (i) GOP 15,915 56%
    Larsen, David GOP 8,697 31%
    Hosford, Lon GOP 2,377 8%
    Baker, Bruce GOP 1,359 5%

    U.S. House – District 7 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Potosnak, Ed Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 8 – GOP Primary
    267 of 421 Precincts Reporting – 63%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Straten, Roland GOP 4,122 82%
    Billack, Blase GOP 880 18%

    U.S. House – District 8 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Pascrell, Bill (i) Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 9 – GOP Primary
    388 of 417 Precincts Reporting – 93%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Agosta, Michael GOP 5,167 57%
    Aslanian, John GOP 3,310 37%
    Shevchuk, Sergey GOP 512 6%

    U.S. House – District 9 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Rothman, Steve (i) Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 10 – GOP Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Alonso, Michael GOP 0 0

    U.S. House – District 10 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Payne, Donald (i) Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 11 – GOP Primary
    210 of 545 Precincts Reporting – 39%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Frelinghuysen, Rodney (i) GOP 12,623 78%
    Luzzi, Richard GOP 3,582 22%

    U.S. House – District 11 – Dem Primary
    210 of 545 Precincts Reporting – 39%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Herbert, Douglas Dem 2,738 73%
    Kelly, James Dem 1,033 27%

    U.S. House – District 12 – GOP Primary
    405 of 534 Precincts Reporting – 76%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Sipprelle, Scott GOP 6,931 52%
    Corsi, David GOP 6,409 48%

    U.S. House – District 12 – Dem Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Holt, Rush (i) Dem 0 0

    U.S. House – District 13 – GOP Primary
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Dwyer, Hennrietta GOP 0 0

    U.S. House – District 13 – Dem Primary
    402 of 435 Precincts Reporting – 92%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Sires, Albio (i) Dem 14,441 87%
    Boss, Jefe Dem 2,232 13%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  45. IA-SEN DEM Primary:

    Conlin(PROJECTED WINNER) 79.6%
    Krause 10.6%
    Fiegen 9.6%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  46. IA-01 GOP Primary:

    Lange 51.1%
    Johnson 28.0%
    Budde 13.2%
    La Coste 7.7%

    IA-02 GOP Primary:

    Miller-Meeks 49.2%
    Rathje 24.7
    Gettemy 14.8%
    Reed 11.3%

    IA-05 DEM Primary:

    Campbell 76.3%
    Denklau 23.7%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  47. IA-03 GOP Primary:

    Zaun(PROJECTED WINNER) 50.2%
    Gibbons 23.4%
    Funk 19.2%
    Rees 4.3%
    Bertoche 1.3%
    Welch 0.9%
    Batcher 0.7%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  48. SD……House GOP

    Votes Percent
    Kristi Noem 28,222 41.07%

    Blake Curd 15,948 23.21%

    Chris Nelson 24,539 35.71%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  49. SD…Governor …..GOP

    Votes Percent
    Dave Knudson 11,073 15.78%

    Scott Munsterman 12,814 18.26%

    Dennis Daugaard 35,845 51.08%

    Ken Knuppe 2,318 3.30%

    Gordon Howie 8,118 11.57%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  50. 654 of 768 Pcts reporting

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  51. Maine….

    U.S. House – District 1 – GOP Primary
    Portland and South
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Town/City Precincts D. Scontras
    (GOP)
    Total 0/0 0
    0%

    U.S. House – District 1 – Dem Primary
    Portland and South
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Town/City Precincts C. Pingree (i)
    (Dem)
    Total 0/0 0
    0%

    U.S. House – District 2 – GOP Primary
    North State
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Town/City Precincts J. Levesque
    (GOP)
    Total 0/0 0
    0%

    U.S. House – District 2 – Dem Primary
    North State
    Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
    Town/City Precincts M. Michaud (i)
    (Dem)
    Total 0/0 0
    0%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  52. AR-SEN DEM Runoff:

    Lincoln(PROJECTED WINNER) 51.8%
    Halter 48.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  53. Holly SHIT!

    Hot Damn!

    The Dem’s of Arkansas made the DOG wrong!
    And did the right thing!

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  54. wow. who would have thunk lincoln have pulled it off. she still the underdog in the general.

    Comment by Terry green | June 8, 2010 | Reply

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  56. AP hasn’t projected it yet, but with .1% in, Meg Whitman will face Jerry Brown in the General.

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

    • I just put up a post….

      The dem’s in Arkansas did the right thing…..

      I just want to say…I called the reasoning behind this….
      I gave in and said he’s win…

      But I was wrong….
      I’m happy I was….

      Daniel doesn’t get his easy on Halter…..AHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

      Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  57. NV-GOV GOP Primary:

    Sandoval(PROJECTED WINNER) 56.4%
    Gibbons 23.9%
    Montandon 14.8%
    Atwood 1.6%
    Lusak 0.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

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  60. I’m throwing in the towel for this evening very soon.

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  61. The whitman thing was in the bag for the last week…..

    The story of the night IS Lincoln….

    The liberals, unions and progressive need not show up in the South….

    I TOLD YOU GUYS ABOUT THIS!!!!!

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  62. Jerry gets a tough race …but he’ll win….

    Terry…..

    Lincoln will do better than Halter would have……
    The media don’t mean shit…..
    This is the South…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  63. Thanks again SE…..

    You are the MAN!!!!!

    Just the west coast left?

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  64. NV-SEN GOP Primary:

    Angle 35.4%
    Lowden 32.6%
    Tarkanian 20.9%
    Christensen 2.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  65. Nite all.

    Comment by SE-779 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  66. Governor Nevada (DEMOCRATIC) Primary
    View details
    CONQUEST, FREDERICK L. 7,588 VOTES ( 13.60%)
    REID, RORY 40,731 VOTES ( 73.00%)

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  67. UNITED STATES SENATOR (REPUBLICAN) Nevada
    View Details
    ANGLE, SHARRON 25,197 VOTES ( 35.31%)
    LOWDEN, SUE 23,448 VOTES ( 32.86%)

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  68. California Gov GOP Primary

    RepublicanMaps
    Candidate Votes Percent
    Bill Chambers 5,589
    1.6%
    Douglas R. Hughes 4,553
    1.2%
    Ken Miller 4,584
    1.2%
    Lawrence “Larry” Naritelli 8,549
    2.4%
    Robert C. Newman II 5,482
    1.6%
    Steve Poizner 90,573
    25.4%
    David Tully-Smith 4,525
    1.2%
    Meg Whitman 233,983
    65.4%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  69. California Gov Dem

    DemocraticMaps
    Candidate Votes Percent
    Richard William Aguirre 14,808
    4.2%
    Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown 297,578
    84.0%
    Lowell Darling 5,904
    1.6%
    Vibert Greene 8,531
    2.4%
    Charles “Chuck” Pineda, Jr. 14,589
    4.2%
    Peter Schurman 5,100
    1.4%
    Joe Symmon 7,990
    2.2%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  70. California Senate Dem and GOP Primaries….

    Democratic
    Candidate Votes Percent
    * Barbara Boxer 296,089
    79.1%
    Robert M. “Mickey” Kaus 19,770
    5.2%
    Brian Quintana 58,869
    15.7%
    * Incumbent

    Republican
    Candidate Votes Percent
    Tom Campbell 83,064
    22.3%
    Chuck DeVore 60,275
    16.1%
    Carly Fiorina 219,349
    58.8%
    Tim Kalemkarian 4,014
    1.0%
    Al Ramirez 6,799
    1.8%

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

  71. California is only 8% of the Pcts reporting…..Very early……

    Comment by jamesb101 | June 8, 2010 | Reply

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  73. reid should be able to dispatch angle ok.

    Comment by Terry Green | June 9, 2010 | Reply

  74. Only a quarter of California Republican voters were prepared to nominate “birth scandal” fanatic Orly Taitz for the Secretaryship of State.

    But that’s still more than one third of a million of the more politically-conscious Californians.

    Carly Fiorina, Meg Whitman, Republican campaign managers, and dozens of Cal-GOP Congressional and legislative candidates must be breathing a huge sigh of relief for small mercies.

    http://vote.sos.ca.gov/returns/sec/59.htm

    Comment by Democratic Socialist Dave | June 9, 2010 | Reply

  75. California primary voters (perhaps because the GOP primaries were more important and exciting than the Democratic ones) opened up all-party primaries at the same time they continued to forbid public funding of elections.

    As an ex-Californian (1966-92), I think the craziness and special interests can only get worse.

    http://vote.sos.ca.gov/returns/props/59.htm

    Comment by Democratic Socialist Dave | June 9, 2010 | Reply

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