On the final day for Nevadans to cast their vote in the primary election, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday afternoon that he "strongly" endorses Republican Adam Laxalt to be the Silver State's next governor. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. The only public poll so far in the race, a February 21-24 Gravis Marketing survey, found Heitkamp barely leading, 43 percent to 40 percent, among registered voters in the state.
Ann Groves Lloyd, the Democrat running in the special election in Wisconsin State Assembly District 42, conceded to Republican Jon Plumer, according to Lloyd's spokeswoman.
Voters casting ballots in a special election for an open Wisconsin Assembly seat say they are exhausted of all the mudslinging in the campaign, but they're divided on what the outcome may mean for the fall. A year ago, five women and one man entered the Democratic primary to face Republican incumbent Congressman Dave Brat, but the list has since been whittled down. Still, she'll face a hard general election against Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., the likely GOP Senate nominee. Dean Heller in November.
Hill previously made an unsuccessful bid to run against U.S. Sen.
North Dakota is a deeply conservative state; it hasn't voted for the Democratic presidential nominee since 1964.
Rosen is a former computer programmer, software designer and president of a Henderson synagogue who narrowly won her House seat in 2016 after being recruited to run by former Democratic Sen. Initially, Walker said he would wait to fill these seats until November, but he was sued by the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, former Attorney General Eric Holder's organization, and Dane County Circuit Judge Josann Reynolds ruled in March that Walker had to hold special elections.
Virginia Beach voter Orville Bohner says he voted for Corey Stewart in the three-way Republican Senate primary to determine who will face Democratic U.S. Senator Tim Kaine in November.
Aaron Ford wins the Democratic nomination for Nevada's Attorney General. Republicans went on to sweep most major offices in general election contests that year.
The state's tilt toward Democrats in recent years gives the party reason for some optimism.
One of the Democrats, Dan Helmer, an Army veteran and Rhodes Scholar recruited to run for Congress by the bipartisan leadership organization New Politics, grabbed headlines for a television ad comparing Trump to Osama bin Laden.