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Live coverage: June 28 primaries and runoffs, including Illinois, New York, and more

Five states are holding primaries tonight (though New York’s primaries for U.S. House and state Senate won’t take place until Aug. 23), while Mississippi and South Carolina are hosting runoffs for any races where no candidate took a majority in the first round of voting earlier this month. Additionally, Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District is conducting a special election.

Live coverage: May 17, 2022 primaries in Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania

Five different states are holding primaries tonight with major implications for November. We’ll be liveblogging the results here and also covering the returns closely on Twitter.

Polls close in the portion of Kentucky located in the Eastern Time Zone, which includes Louisville, at 6 PM ET. We’ll begin our liveblog at 7:30 PM ET when polls close in North Carolina.

Live coverage: March 1, 2022 Texas primaries

Tonight is the first primary night of the 2022 election cycle! Polls close at 8 PM ET / 7 PM CT throughout most of Texas, while the small portion of the state located in the Mountain time zone around El Paso will be voting until 9 PM ET. We have plenty of exciting races to watch, and our guide to the key contests can be found here.

Note that if no candidate clears 50% in any given race, the top two vote-getters will advance to a May 24 runoff.

Daily Kos Elections 4Q 2021 Senate fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates covering the period from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31 were due at the Federal Elections Commission on Jan. 31 by 11:59 PM ET. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for every Senate incumbent up for reelection this cycle (excluding those who’ve said they’re retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands. The chart, and an explanation of each column, can be found below.

Daily Kos Elections 4Q 2021 House fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates covering the period from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31 were due at the Federal Elections Commission on Jan. 31 by 11:59 PM ET. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for every House incumbent (excluding those who’ve said they’re retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands. The chart, and an explanation of each column, can be found below.

Daily Kos Elections 2022 primary calendar

Below you’ll find Daily Kos Elections’ calendar of major-party filing deadlines, primaries, and runoffs for the 2022 elections. For a chronological version of this calendar, click here. Beneath the table, you’ll find detailed notes on requirements for runoffs, exceptions to filing deadlines, and important conventions.

Daily Kos Elections 2022 primary calendar

Below you’ll find Daily Kos Elections’ calendar of major-party filing deadlines, primaries, and runoffs for the 2022 elections. For a chronological version of this calendar, click here. Beneath the table, you’ll find detailed notes on requirements for runoffs, exceptions to filing deadlines, and important conventions.

Daily Kos Elections 3Q 2021 House fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates covering the period from July 1 to Sept. 30 were due at the Federal Elections Commission on Oct. 15 at 12:00 AM ET. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for every House incumbent (excluding those who’ve said they’re retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands. The chart, and an explanation of each column, can be found below.

Daily Kos Elections 3Q 2021 Senate fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates covering the period from July 1 to Sept. 30 were due at the Federal Elections Commission on Oct. 15 at 12:00 AM ET. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for every Senate incumbent up for reelection this cycle (excluding those who’ve said they’re retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands.

Live coverage: California recall

Tuesday brings us our biggest election night of the cycle to date as voting concludes in California in the recall campaign against Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and we’ll be liveblogging the results below. Additionally, preliminary elections for mayor are on tap in both Boston and Cleveland ahead of the November general election in both cities.

Results: CA Recall | Boston Mayor | Cleveland Mayor | IA House

Polls are now closed in both Cleveland and Boston.

Daily Kos Elections 1Q 2021 Senate fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates, covering the period from Jan. 1 to March 31, were due at the Federal Elections Commission on April 15 at midnight Eastern Time. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for every Senate incumbent up for reelection this cycle (excluding those who’ve said they’re retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands.

Live Coverage: Georgia Senate runoff elections

Tuesday brings the 2020 election cycle to a close with twin U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia that will decide which party controls the chamber. In addition, there’s a runoff for a seat on Georgia’s five-member Public Service Commission. Note that due to the high volume of mail-in votes, we may not know the final outcome of these races tonight.

Live Coverage: August 4, 2020 primaries

Tuesday brings an action-packed night of elections as five states are holding downballot primaries, and we’ll be liveblogging the results. Due to the coronavirus, many voters are choosing to vote by mail, and each state has different deadlines for the return of mail ballots. As a result, we may not know the final results for some races for several days or more.