Results & Poll Closing Times (all times Eastern):
Oklahoma (8 PM) | South Carolina (7 PM) | Utah (10 PM)
6:30 PM PT (David Nir): OK-Sen-B: The AP has called the GOP primary for Rep. James Lankford. He wins without a runoff, beating T.W. Shannon 56-36, and he's a lock to hold this seat for Republicans in November.
6:33 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen: Chris McDaniel has been slowly making up ground and now trails Thad Cochran 52-48. This tracker (which compares primary results to tonight's results) is starting to look a lot better for McDaniel.
6:39 PM PT (David Nir): NY-21, -22: In the former, Elise Stefanik leads Matt Doheny 64-36 with 11% reporting. In the latter, Rep. Richard Hanna leads Claudia Tenney 58-42 with 20% counted.
6:43 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen: In MS, Cochran's best county, Hinds (home of Jackson and a lot of black voters) still has a lot of uncounted votes. But McDaniel's best county, Jones, hasn't tallied a single vote yet. Cochran's still up 52-48 with 58% reporting statewide.
6:46 PM PT (David Nir): A quick run through Colorado:
CO-Gov: Bob Beauprez is pulling away from Tom Tancredo, 31-26 with 49% reporting.
CO-04: Ken Buck still holds a strong lead, up 45-25 on Scott Renfore with 40% reporting.
CO-05: Counting has slowed down here, but Rep. Doug Lamborn has just a 52-48 edge on challenger Bentley Rayburn with 53% reporting.
6:47 PM PT (David Nir): NY-01: State Sen. Lee Zeldin is mashing attorney George Demos (once described as the "genital herpes of Long Island politics" by a Republican official), 63-27 with 25% reporting. There's an early trickle of votes in NY-13, too.
6:54 PM PT (David Nir): OK-05: The AP has called a runoff between state Corporation Commissioner Patrice Douglas and ex-state Sen. Steve Russell.
6:57 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen: Jones County is now starting to reporting, but it's not boosting McDaniel as much as he'd like.
6:58 PM PT (David Nir): NY-22: Getting closer here. Hanna is up just 54-46 with 37% reporting.
7:01 PM PT (David Nir): MS-Sen: In counties that haven't reported at all, Cochran held a narrow 51-49 primary night lead, same as the 51-49 lead he's clinging too right now. Not good news for McDaniel.