Election 2018: Here's What You Need to Know About the May 8 Primary Elections
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Latest on Tuesday's primaries in four states (all times local): 4:25 p.m. Voters across four states that Donald Trump carried in 2016 are fanning out to decide primary elections .
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WASHINGTON — The Latest on Tuesday's primaries in four states (all times local):
The Latest: DeWine wins Republicans' Ohio governor primary
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has won the Republican primary for governor, sending one of the state's best-known politicians into the fall contest to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. John Kasich. DeWine's victory Tuesday leaves him damaged from a bitter and nasty primary in which Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor likened him to Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and questioned his loyalty to President Donald Trump. DeWine is a moderate Republican who served two terms in the U.S. Senate. But Taylor forced him to tack to the right to win the GOP nomination.
The 57 states , districts, territories, or other constituencies with elections of pledged delegates to decide the Democratic presidential nominee Democrats Abroad likewise conduct their election as a party-run primary , with their pledged delegates allocated at later conventions solely on basis of the
The election process begins with primary elections and caucuses. These are two methods that states use to select a potential presidential nominee Nominee: The final candidate chosen by a party to At the end, the number of voters in each group determines how many delegates each candidate has won.
Voters across four states that Donald Trump carried in 2016 are fanning out to decide primary elections.
In West Virginia, Tuesday's primary includes races for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and the Legislature. The big race to watch is the Republican primary for Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin's seat. One of the candidates is Don Blankenship, who served prison time for a deadly mine accident.
Indiana voters are casting ballots in a three-way race for the Republican U.S. Senate seat nomination. Vice President Mike Pence's brother Greg is hoping to get the Republican nod for an open congressional seat.
In Ohio, voters are choosing their gubernatorial nominees and a Republican U.S. Senate candidate.
And in North Carolina, voters are picking their parties' nominees for dozens of legislative and congressional primary races.
Arkansas Gets Permission To Enforce Voter ID Law In Primaries
Arkansas can enforce a voter ID law in primary elections this month, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The high court will allow the law to remain in effect while it hears the state’s full appeal of a lower court decision blocking the law. This means voters will have to show a photo ID in order to vote in Arkansas’ May 22 primary ― early voting begins May 7.The law does allow voters without acceptable identification to cast provisional ballots. But in order to get a provisional ballot counted, a voter must bring identification to their local election office by the Monday following the election.
The 2016 United States presidential election in Oklahoma was held on November 8, 2016, as part of the 2016 general election in which all 50 states and the District of Columbia participated. Oklahoma voters chose electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting the
The 2016 United States presidential election in the District of Columbia was held on November 8, 2016, as part of the 2016 general election in which all fifty states and the District of Columbia participated. D.C. voters chose electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote .
Donald Trump's political action committee is airing ads in West Virginia urging Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin to support his pick to run the CIA.
The ads paid for by America First are running as Republican primary voters decide Tuesday who will face the second-term Democrat in a fall election both parties see as critical to Senate control.
In the ad, CIA director nominee Gina Haspel is described as "a decorated intelligence officer admired by allies around the globe with bipartisan support."
Haspel is acting director and would be the first woman to be confirmed. She has faced questions about involvement in the intelligence agency's past program of detaining and brutally interrogating terrorism suspects.
The ad concludes: "Call Sen. Manchin. Tell him to support Gina Haspel for CIA director."
Voters in the heart of Trump country are ready to decide the fate of Don Blankenship, a brash businessman and GOP outsider with a checkered past who is testing the appeal of President Donald Trump's outsider playbook in one of the nation's premiere U.S. Senate contests.
Unable to Excite the Base? Moderate Candidates Still Tend to Outdo Extreme Ones
Research points to a key to political victories in the House: Don’t nominate someone who will motivate the other side to show up.Donald J. Trump’s rise to the G.O.P. nomination and eventual presidential victory gave heft to the idea that extreme candidates can beat moderates by galvanizing their party’s base. That premise is shaping competitive races in both parties.
Midterm primaries in four states cast their ballots Tuesday, giving a peek at the candidates who will be up for several Congress and Senate seats in November. In Pennsylvania, six women won their primary challenge, including four Democrats and one Republican, making it all but certain that the
Voters in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Vermont and Connecticut will decide the latest batch of primary elections Tuesday. Republicans think they have a shot in both of those states . And there are two House seats in Minnesota where the Democrats have decided to seek other office rather than face
Voters across four states Trump carried in 2016 are deciding primary elections Tuesday. The stakes are high as the GOP braces for potential major losses this fall.
Trump warned Monday that a Blankenship win in West Virginia's Republican primary would destroy the party's chance of defeating Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in November.
The retired coal executive was released from prison last year for his role in a mine explosion that killed 29 men. Blankenship says no one will tell West Virginians how to vote.
In most states, Democrats are making big gains relative to 2016. Not in Florida. .
We spoke with an expert to figure out why.“In Florida’s final special election before the November mid-terms,” the Miami Herald reported, “Democrats once again took a swing district in the nation’s largest swing state.