Results & Poll Closing Times (all times Eastern):
6:15 PM PT: OK-05: The AP has called this for former state Sen. Russell, who leads 59-41. Unlike with Saddam Hussein, he didn't need to go into a spider-hole to capture the Republican nomination. Russell will be the heavy favorite in November.
6:18 PM PT: Polls close in Arizona at 10 PM ET and we'll be back then. The Arizona portion of the night has a lot to watch and we'll be back here to cover it!
7:01 PM PT: Polls have closed in Arizona. We'll be bringing you the results as they come in.
7:10 PM PT: AZ-Gov: Well, one group isn't waiting for the primary results to come in before moving on to the general. On behalf of Arizona Progress, PPP finds Democrat Fred DuVal ties with Republican state Treasurer Doug Ducey 35-35. Polls indicate Ducey is the favorite to emerge from the GOP primary tonight, but given how unpredictable Republican primaries have been this year we won't know for sure until results start to roll in.
7:47 PM PT: Arizona vote delays are unfortunately nothing new. In the 2012 liveblog we got our first results at 8:15 PM PT, an hour and fifteen minutes after the polls closed. Doesn't mean it will take that long again, but worth keeping in mind.
8:10 PM PT: AZ-07: In the Democratic primary in this safely blue seat, state Rep. Ruben Gallego (whom Daily Kos endorsed) leads former Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox 48-37. 21,000 early votes are in.
8:12 PM PT: AZ-AG: Ouch. Scandal-tarred Republican Attorney General Tom Horne is losing renomination 61-39 to Mark Brnovich in Maricopa County.
8:13 PM PT: AZ-09: In the GOP primary for this light blue seat, veteran Wendy Rogers is beating former ASU football great Andrew Walter 58-42, with 30,000 votes in.
8:20 PM PT: AZ-01: Via the Secretary of State, we have a tight race in the GOP primary here. Speaker Andy Tobin, the establishment favorite, leads rancher Gary Kiehne 38-35. Local idiot and state Rep. Adam Kwasman is at 27.
8:30 PM PT: AZ-Gov: Getting some election day votes in for Maricopa, and Ducey still leads Scott 35-26 in the county. Maricopa is massive, and it's hard to win statewide if you're getting killed there.
8:32 PM PT: AZ-01: Things are even closer here than before. Tobin leads Kiehne 35-33, with Kwasman at 31. Looks like we have the most suspenseful race of the night.