Yesterday, voters in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Oregon, Kentucky, and Idaho went to the polls to select their parties’ nominees for the 2022 general elections.
The race for the GOP nomination for US Senate in Pennsylvania is still too close to call, and it appears likely that it will head to a runoff, but almost all other notable races from the May 17th elections have been called as of May 18.
A selection of free news articles covering the election results:
The Philadelphia Inquirer: 5 takeaways from the Pennsylvania primary election
The Charlotte Observer: Election results: Who won seats in Charlotte-area, North Carolina primaries?
Lexington Herald-Leader: Here are the latest election results for Kentucky State House, Senate races
The Oregonian: [A collection of 2022 OR primary news]
Associated Press: Vote counting drags on in Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate primary
Associated Press: Printing errors mar mailed ballots in Oregon, Pennsylvania
Associated Press: Idaho attorney general loses GOP primary
Associated Press: Trump-backed Mastriano wins GOP Pennsylvania governor nod
A selection of metered-paywall articles covering last night's results:
The New York Times: Election Deniers Thrive Even as Trumpism Drifts: 5 Primary Takeaways
Progressives did fairly well in Tuesday's primaries, in spite of Dem establishment efforts | The success of progressive candidates on Tuesday is a rebuke to centrist Democrats who've looked to blame progressives for the party's electoral woesmsnbc.com