Tag: Republican primaries

  • Victoria Spartz wins Republican nomination in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District

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    First-term state Sen. Victoria Spartz (R) defeated 14 other candidates to win the Republican nomination to succeed outgoing Rep. Susan Brooks (R) in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District. As of 7:20 p.m. Central Time, Spartz had received 39.0% of the vote to Beth Henderson’s (R) 19.2% and Micah Beckwith’s (R) 11.6%. No other candidate had received…

  • Heart of the Primaries 2020, Republicans-Issue 20 (May 27, 2020)

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    This week: Wagle campaign ad depicts food fight between Kobach, Marshall in Kansas, Todd Rokita joins field of challengers to Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, and Utah Gov. Gary Herbert endorses Spencer Cox On the news Where do Republican and conservative pundits and commentators disagree? Each week, we bring you excerpts that highlight differing views.…

  • 2,898 major party candidates filed for 2020 Congress elections

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    As of May 25, 2,898 major party candidates have filed to run for the Senate and House of Representatives in 2020. So far, 433 candidates are filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to run for U.S. Senate. Of those, 351—177 Democrats and 174 Republicans—are from one of the two major political parties. In 2018,…

  • Oregon state legislative primaries see no incumbents defeated and an increase in competitiveness from 2018

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    May 19, 2020, was the ballot return due date for voters participating in Oregon’s 2020 primary elections. This year, 16 of the 30 seats in the state senate and all 60 seats in the state house are up for election. There were 33 contested state legislative primaries, six of which were for state senate seats…

  • Eight states to hold primaries on June 2 after four states push primaries back from April and May

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    Eight states are holding statewide primaries on June 2, 2020: Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota. Four states did not originally plan to hold primaries on this date, but postponed them amid the coronavirus pandemic. Maryland and Pennsylvania’s primaries were originally scheduled for April 28, Indiana’s primary was scheduled for…

  • Voters decide Oregon’s state executive, legislative, judicial, and municipal primaries

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    The statewide primary for Oregon was held on May 19, 2020. Candidates competed to advance to the general election scheduled for November 3, 2020. Due to Oregon’s vote-by-mail system, vote totals are continuing to be reported. Candidates ran in elections for the following offices: Secretary of State, Treasurer, and Attorney General • Secretary of State:…

  • Heart of the Primaries 2020, Republicans-Issue 19 (May 20, 2020)

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    This week: McCarthy disputes King’s statement about committee assignment restoration, Protect Freedom PAC airs pro-Cawthorn ad in NC-11 runoff, and Virginia’s 5th and 7th District Republican convention dates set. On the news Where do Republican and conservative pundits and commentators disagree? Each week, we bring you excerpts that highlight differing views. On federal aid to…

  • Voters to decide state executive, legislative, and judicial primaries in Oregon

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    The statewide primary election for Oregon is on May 19, 2020. The filing deadline to run passed on March 10. Candidates are running in elections for the following offices: • Secretary of State • Treasurer • Attorney General • 16 seats in the Oregon State Senate • All 60 seats in the Oregon House of…

  • Oregon congressional primary to take place on May 19

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    The congressional primary in Oregon will be held on May 19. The filing deadline to run passed on March 10. Candidates are running in elections for the following offices: • U.S. Senate (one seat) • U.S. House District 1 • U.S. House District 2 • U.S. House District 3 • U.S. House District 4 •…

  • Filing deadline passes to run for U.S. House in Washington

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    On May 15, 2020, the filing deadline passed to run for congressional offices in Washington. Candidates filed for each of Washington’s 10 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. The primary is scheduled for August 4, 2020, and the general election is scheduled for November 3. Washington’s statewide filing deadline was the 38th to take…