• South Carolina: 7:00 PM ETNote that South Carolina will hold a June 24 runoff in races where no candidate wins more than 50 percent tonight. We'll be bringing you the results as they come in.
• Virginia: 7:00 PM ET
• Maine: 8:00 PM ET
• Arkansas: 8:30 PM ET (runoff)
• North Dakota: 10:00 PM ET (Areas within Central time zone), 11:00 PM ET (Areas within Mountain time zone)
• Nevada: 10:00 PM ET
4:40 PM PT: VA-07: If you're just joining us, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is losing his primary. Yes, really.
4:44 PM PT: VA-07: Almost 60 percent in and Brat leads 58/42.
4:48 PM PT: VA-07: There is a Democrat running here, Prof. Jack Trammell. But at 57/42 Romney, it's hard to see him getting much traction.
4:48 PM PT: VA-07: It's too late for Cantor to run as an independent. He can launch a write-in campaign, but will he want to after tonight?
4:49 PM PT: VA-07: 68 percent of precincts in, and Brat leads Cantor 56-44. Looks like game over for Cantor.
4:51 PM PT: VA-07: Up to seventy-one percent in, and Brat continues to lead 56-44. Looks like reports of the tea party's death have been greatly exaggerated.
4:55 PM PT: SC-Sen-A: Only a few thousand votes are in but Sen. Lindsey Graham is up with 72 percent. An hour ago who would have imagined Graham running away with victory as Cantor collapsed?
4:57 PM PT: VA-08: With about 37 percent in, Don Beyer remains easily ahead in the Democratic primary for this safe seat. Leads nearest foe 43-23.
5:06 PM PT: VA-07: No check mark on the site, but the AP is reporting they've called this for Brat. Unreal.
5:07 PM PT: VA-07: And there it is. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has officially lost renomination.
5:10 PM PT: VA-07: Our preliminary numbers say Democrat Ralph Northam carried this district 50.60 to 49.40 over E.W. Jackson. So it is possible to be too crazy to win here, but just barely.
5:15 PM PT: SC-Sen-A: About five percent in, and Graham is crushing his foes with 62 percent.
5:16 PM PT: VA-08: Forty-six percent in and Beyer still has a 45-20 lead over nearest opponent. Only a matter of time before this is called.