• Alabama: 8:00 PM ET, runoff in races where no one wins more than 50 percent.We'll be bringing you the results as they come in.
• Mississippi: 8:00 PM ET, runoff in races where no one wins more than 50 percent.
• New Jersey: 8:00 PM ET
• South Dakota: 8:00 PM ET (Areas in Central timezone), 9:00 PM ET (Areas in Mountain timezone), runoff in races where no one wins more than 35 percent
• New Mexico: 9:00 PM ET
• Iowa: 10:00 PM ET, Nomination decided at party conventions for races where no one wins more than 35 percent
• Montana: 10:00 PM ET
• California: 11:00 PM ET, two candidates with most votes advance to November regardless of party
5:11 PM PT: The first statewide votes are trickling in for Alabama.
5:40 PM PT (David Nir): Finally, some votes in MS. NJ, too. Nothing worth talking about yet, though. And still nothing in SD.
5:45 PM PT (David Nir): NJ-03 (R): Some real numbers here. With 8% reporting, Tom MacArthur leads Steve Lonegan 62-38.
5:54 PM PT (David Nir): NJ-03 (R): Democratic efforts to ratfuck the primary on behalf of Lonegan look like they'll fall well short. He now trails 61-39 with 16% in.
5:58 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen (R): Just 3% reporting so far, and Thad Cochran has a tight 51-48 lead on Chris McDaniel. But that's not enough votes to mean anything yet.
6:00 PM PT (David Nir): Just something to note:
6:02 PM PT (David Nir): Polls are now closed in all of South Dakota, and New Mexico, too.
6:07 PM PT (David Nir): MS-04 (R): With just 3% counted, Gene Taylor is actually leading Rep. Steven Palazzo 51-44, but Taylor's home turf is reporting and Palazzo's isn't so far.
6:12 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen (R): Up to 8% reporting now and Cochran's lead is 53-45.
6:13 PM PT (David Nir): SD-Sen (R): As expected, ex-Gov. Mike Rounds is crushing. With 14% reporting, he has 57%. Everyone else is in the teens at best.
6:14 PM PT (David Nir): NJ-12 (D): With 7% reporting, Linda Greenstein leads Bonnie Watson Coleman 41-31, with Upendra Chivukula far back at 16.