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Posted on 06/08/2010 3:52:08 PM PDT by Amish
Swing State, a liberal nut site, does have a good set of links up to tonight's returns, starting with the 7pm closings:
* SC: Associated Press | SC SEC | Politico * VA: Associated Press | VA SBoE | Politico * GA-09: Associated Press
Sec State, AP, and Politico are the sources, I expect they'll add other state links as we approach the other poll closings.
Here are the times of closing for today’s events (all by EST):
South Carolina 07:00
New Jersey 08:00
South Dakota 08:00 /09:00
North Dakota 10:00 /11:00
VA State Board Of Elections begins to show some numbers:
Hurt, Rigell lead.
Unofficial VA returns from VA Secy of State
sorry, I duplicated your link. I am very slow and must have been lining it up as you’d posted.
What I’m seeing is 79.95 v 20.04% for Fimian out of PW County
Rigell contributed to the Obama campaign. I hope he loses.
So who are we rooting for in the Va. races?
I’d like people who can win in November and who are conservative.
Would prefer Mizusawa to Rigell
Fiman to Herrity (but could support Herrity),
and see no reason not to go along with Hurt.
georgia runoff returns
Show Graves ahead by 2 t0 1
He’s been endorsed by Club For Growth and other conservatives.
There’s the usual conservative splits in the 2 CD’s near me (VA-8 and VA-11). Hopefully tomorrow everyone is on the same team, regardless of who wins tonight.
But The strong conservative support seems to be more with Fimian in 11 and Murphy in 8. GOP has a good shot in CD 11 come November, not so much CD 8. I was voter #68 in my precinct at 4:30p. How pathetic is that?
I would remind my fellow FReepers that last year on these boards there was much moaning and weeping that Christie (the “RINO” in the race) won the GOP nomination in NJ. No one is crying with his performance today.
Some SC Results, Nikki is leading:
Governor - GOP Primary
June 08, 2010 - 07:37PM ET
South Carolina - 4 of 2109 Precincts Reporting - 0%
Max Runoff Cands=2
Name Party Votes Vote %
Haley , Nikki GOP 1,133 37%
Barrett , Gresham GOP 966 32%
McMaster , Henry GOP 583 19%
Bauer , Andre GOP 359 12%
In SC 3rd Duncan leads with 33%
In SC 1st, with only a few returns in from Charleston Co, Tim Scott leads with 39%.
Kobrovsky second with 16%
No precincts reporting (perhaps these are absentee)
Scott , Tim GOP 584 39%
Kobrovsky , Larry GOP 237 16%
Thurmond , Paul GOP 200 13%
Campbell , Carroll GOP 173 12%
Witte , Stovall GOP 126 8%
Lutz , Mark GOP 81 5%
Jenerette , Katherine GOP 53 4%
Glasson , Ken GOP 27 2%
Parker , Clark GOP 12 1%
I’m showing her now at 42%. If it’s under 50% is there a runoff?
Member House of Representatives
About as close as it gets in VA-8
Last Reported: Jun 8 2010 8:00PM EST
Matthew B. Berry 4,569 50.71% Precincts Reporting:
100 of 156 (64.10%)
9,009 of 410,674 active voters (2.193%)
9,009 of 448,636 total voters (2.008%) Votes by County/City
J. Patrick Murray 4,440 49.28%
SC Sec of State Site is beginning to post small numbers:
McMaster leads by 100 votes with just one upstate county giving numbers.
In the SC Races, you need 50% to avoid a runoff. In VA races, top dog wins.
In SC 4 GOP
Inglis trails 179 to 698 for Gowdy in Spartanburg Co.