Results & Poll Closing Times (all times Eastern):
7:21 PM PT (David Nir): MO-07 (R): Maybe I was wrong about there being nothing much going on in Missouri. Johnny Longtorso flags a notable result: Ultra-conservative Rep. Billy Long is beating his absolutely penniless challenger, Marshall Works, by a weak 59-41 margin with 59% reporting. Works raised $1,200! Twelve hundred!
7:23 PM PT (David Nir): MI-14 (D): Rudy Hobbs has just moved out to a 200-some vote lead on Brenda Lawrence. Both are at 37 percent apiece with 63% now reporting.
7:28 PM PT (David Nir): MI-08 (D): Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing has jumped into a narrow 40-39 lead on Susan Grettenberg as votes in his home county have come in (78% now reporting overall). Whoever wins will be a heavy underdog to Republican Mike Bishop, the winner of the GOP primary, in November.
7:30 PM PT (David Nir): KS-04, -01 (R): The AP has called the 4th for Rep. Mike Pompeo, who turns back ex-Rep. Todd Tiahrt 62-38. Things are still tight in the 1st, where Rep. Tim Huelskamp is now beating his Some Dude challenger, Alan LaPolice, just 52-48 with 34% counted.
7:34 PM PT (David Nir): MI-03 (R): The AP hasn't called it yet, but Brian Ellis has conceded to Rep. Justin Amash. Amash is up 55-45 with 44% reporting. A poll just a week ago from Strategic National had put Amash on top by 20 points.
7:47 PM PT (David Nir): Three primaries remain unresolved in Michigan:
In MI-04 (R), John Moolenaar's been in front all night, and he currently leads Paul Mitchell 51-38.
In MI-08 (D), Eric Schertzing and Susan Grettenberger keep swapping leads, but Schertzing is now up 40-38 with 85% reporting and the remaining votes are almost all in his base of Ingham County.
Finally, in MI-14 (D), Rudy Hobbs and Brenda Lawrence have also swapped leads, but Hobbs holds a tiny 100-vote lead with 76% reporting. Both are still at 37 percent a piece.
7:52 PM PT (David Nir): MI-03 (R): The AP finally gives the checkmark to Justin Amash, one of quite a few Republican congressmen to survive with a primary with a vote haul in the 50s this year.
8:01 PM PT (David Nir): MI-11 (D): Almost forgot about this one. Bobby McKenzie now has just a 170-vote lead on Anil Kumar. Both men are at 33 percent with 94% reporting. We may not know the winner here tonight.
8:03 PM PT (David Nir): KS-Sen (R): Pat Roberts' lead has shrunk down to 48-41 on Milton Wolf, with 71% reporting. If conservatives had recruited a slightly better challenger (someone who didn't post patients' X-rays on Facebook and make offensive comments about them), and if the tea party establishment had spent real money here, Roberts could easily have wound up the next Dick Lugar.
8:04 PM PT (David Nir): KS-Sen (R): And like that, the AP calls it for Roberts. He'll likely face Democrat Chad Taylor, who currently has a 53-47 lead in his primary, but self-funding independent Greg Orman could make an impact here.