6:49 PM PT (David Nir): MI-03 (R): Libertarian Rep. Justin Amash has a rather small 54-46 lead on challenger Brian Ellis, with 29% reporting. This margin is much tighter than the polling predicted.
6:50 PM PT (David Nir): MI-04 (R): With 21% reporting, state Sen. John Moolenaar has a 50-39 lead on self-funder Paul Mitchell. The last polls showed a tossup, but the movement appeared to be in the direction of Moolenaar, the establishment pick. The winner will be a lock in November.
6:52 PM PT (David Nir): MI-08 Former state Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop has a clear 58-42 lead on state Rep. Tom McMillin in the GOP primary, with 51% reporting. For Democrats, Susan Grettenberger's now moved out to a 43-31 lead on Eric Schertzing.
6:54 PM PT (David Nir): MI-11 (D): Bobby McKenzie just moved out to a very narrow 40-vote lead on Anil Kumar, with 64% reporting. Both are at 33 percent, with Nancy Skinner at 28. The winner will take on Republican Dave Trott, who knocked off Rep. Kerry Bentivolio earlier in the night.
6:55 PM PT (David Nir): MI-14 (D): Brenda Lawrence has actually started to do better in Wayne County, and now she's edged out to a 39-38 lead on Rudy Hobbs with 46% reporting. Ex-Rep. Hansen Clarke is a distant third with 22.
6:57 PM PT (David Nir): MI-14 (D): Sometimes an early blip is just a blip. Rep. John Conyers has moved out to a comfortable 69-31 lead on challenger Horace Sheffield, with 17% reporting.
6:58 PM PT (David Nir): KS-Sen: GOP Sen. Pat Roberts is up 50-39 on challenger Milton Wolf, with 19 percent reporting. And on the Democratic side, Chad Taylor has now moved out to a 54-46 edge on Patrick Wiesner.
6:59 PM PT (David Nir): KS-Gov (R): The AP has called the Republican primary for Gov. Sam Brownback, but he's at a really soft 61-39 lead on his no-name challenger. Not a positive sign for the incumbent for November.
7:01 PM PT (David Nir): KS-01, -04 (R): In the 1st, tea partying Rep. Tim Huelskamp has not yet been able to shake his pro-big ag challenger, Alan LaPolice, but his lead has widened out to 54-46 with 21% reporting. In the 4th, Rep. Mike Pompeo is currently mashing ex-Rep. Todd Tiahrt, 63-37, but only 12% has been counted so far.
7:06 PM PT (David Nir): MI-08: The AP has called the GOP primary for Mike Bishop, who is currently winning 59-41. The identity of his Democratic opponent is not yet certain, but it looks like it'll be Susan Grettenberger.
7:14 PM PT (David Nir): There's not much going on tonight in Missouri, but one thing on the ballot is a constitutional amendment that would ostensibly guarantee a "right to farm." It's currently leading 56-44 with a third of the vote counted. But as Mark Sumner warns, the intent of the law is to "establish farming as a privileged occupation not subject to state regulation (and incidentally include both huge corporate farms and puppy mills under the pretense of protecting family farms)." It's heavily supporting by big agribusiness.