• 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
5:29 PM PT: VA-08: The AP has called the Democratic primary for Don Beyer. Will easily take this 68 percent Obama seat.
5:31 PM PT: SC-Sen-A: It looks like Lindsey Graham will avoid Eric Cantor's fate. With 17 percent in, he leads with 62 percent of the vote.
5:41 PM PT: ME-02: Results are very slowly trickling in. Both parties have contested primaries in this Democratic-leaning but competitive seat. For Team Blue it's state Sen. Emily Cain against Senate President Troy Jackson. For Team Red it's former Senate President and 2012 nominee Kevin Raye against former Treasurer Bruce Poliquin.
5:46 PM PT: We're still waiting on a call in SC-Sen-A, but it's clear Lindsey Graham will win without a runoff. ME-02 is coming in very slowly, and polls in NV-04 and NV-LG won't close until 10 PM ET.
5:52 PM PT: ME02: Early results give Cain a 73-27 lead in the Democratic primary. On the GOP side Poliquin leads Raye 67-33. Poliquin is much more conservative and would probably have a harder time in this 53 percent Obama seat.
5:54 PM PT: SC-Sen-A: 38 percent in and Graham down to 59 percent. Getting closer, but he's no Eric Cantor.
6:03 PM PT: ME-02: Things are moving with the speed of molasses here. With nine percent in, Cain leads Jackson 74-26, and Poliquin leads Raye 61-39.