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Looked around, but couldn't find one.  Short and Simple, three senate primaries.  I'll update with results as they come.

(R) Primary in Indiana
D. Coats        207,556   39%  WINNER
J. Hostettler     117,274   22%
M. Stutzman   156,216   30%
Total 4747/5306

(D) Primary in North Carolina
Elaine Marshall 147,999   36.6%    RUNOFF    
Cal Cunningham 109,711   27.1%    RUNOFF

(D) Primary in Ohio
Lee Fisher        209,524 56%   WINNER
Jennifer Brunner 167,664 44%
48% Reporting

Updated as of 9:14pm CST - *** Well, friends, it's been a pleasure.  Y'all have a lovely evening.  I'm sure we'll be discussing results tomorrow.****

More detailed results now on Politico (h/t oceanstar)

AP Wire

***North Carolina***

Ohio Local Results from Cedwyn:

Also Ohio SoS

Analysis from Ed Kilgore here:

Democratic voters, though not a whole lot of them, will troop to the polls today in Ohio and North Carolina to nominate candidates for U.S. Senate seats currently held by the GOP. There's not a lot of drama in either primary, as compared to the Republican contest in Indiana. But Ohio will nominate a candidate who is immediately competitive in the general election, while the big question in North Carolina is whether the campaign will go to a runoff in seven weeks.

Originally posted to Tru Blue on Tue May 04, 2010 at 04:53 PM PDT.

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