Voters in Ohio’s 12th District chose a replacement for Representative Pat Tiberi, a Republican who resigned to work for a business group. The candidates were Troy Balderson, a Republican endorsed last week by Mr. Trump, and Danny O’Connor, a Democrat.
The race was expected to be close, and both national parties spent heavily. Troy Baldereson has WON.
This was considered the most important election tonight - one with national implications.
Democrats hoping for a "Blue Wave" found out their blue wave was more like this one:
O'Connor will get a rematch in the regularly scheduled election in just three months.
For the Michigan US Senate Race, Iraq veteran John James, endorsed by President Trump, defeated his Republican opponent who was an "establishment-supported" candidate.
Kansas Secretary of State and Trump ally Kris Kobach is hoping to defeat incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer in the Republican gubernatorial primary.
But just after 11 p.m. with 67 percent of precincts reporting, they are neck and neck, with less than one percent of the vote separating them.
All candidates endorsed by left-wing loonies Bernie Sanders and Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, LOST their Democrat Primaries.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s record on Tuesday night for her chosen primary candidates was as bare as a Venezuelan supermarket shelf.
The socialist pulled off a stunning victory last month in New York, and is now attempting to parlay that win into helping other leftists win Democratic primaries.
Cortez held a whirl-wind tour of the U.S., stumping for Abdul El-Sayed for governor of Michigan, Fayrouz Saad in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District, Cori Bush in Missouri’s 1st District, and is backing Congressional candidate Kaniela Ing in Hawaii.
El-Sayed lost his bid for the Democrat nomination for governor to 50.1 percent to 34.6 percent, according to numbers published by the New York Times.
Saad came in fourth in the five-way race, capturing only 20.1 percent of the vote.
Cori Bush lost her primary to William Lacy Clay, 62.3 percent to 30.2 percent, the Times results show.
Hawaii’s primary election will be August 11. Stay tuned to see if Ing fairs any better.
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