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Super Tuesday: Primary Election Coverage 8/7/18

 
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Ohio Special Election Results: 12th Congressional District


Troy Balderson (R) leads by 0.9 percentage points, or 1,754 votes, over Danny O’Connor with 100 percent of precincts fully reporting.

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Update of the Kansas governor's race. Husband just called me. He heard on the radio just now that they should have the results in at 8:00 a.m. They are citing long lines at the polls and slow data uptake from USB ports as the reasons for it taking so long to get the numbers in. Kake is still reflecting the 95% reporting figure with the 541 vote lead for Kobach.
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"The next update from Johnson County will be the final report. This report will be posted on the Secretary of State's website shortly before 8:00 a.m. #ksleg"

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According to the Secretary of State's website, Kobach won by 191 votes.

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According to the Secretary of State's website, Kobach won by 191 votes.

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I guess they are still not going to call it.

Unofficial results: Kobach upsets Colyer in tight GOP governor's race

"Unofficial results show Kris Kobach upset Jeff Colyer in the GOP primary for Kansas governor, but the race is too close to call.

With election officials in Kansas halting the vote count Wednesday morning, Secretary of State Kris Kobach leads Gov. Jeff Colyer by 191 votes. It could be a few days before all absentee votes are counted.

A new state law allows ballots postmarked as of Tuesday to be counted, so long as they arrive three days after Election Day."

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Governor Colyer statement regarding election

"Given the historically close margin of the current tabulation, the presence of thousands of as yet uncounted provisional ballots and the extraordinary problems with the count, particularly in Johnson County, this election remains too close to call."

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"All precincts have reported. Reminders: results are unofficial. Provisional ballots are not included. Some hand-counted paper ballots are not included. Ballots that were postmarked on or before yesterday and received by Friday will be included in final totals. #KsLeg"

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Election official: Results could take a few weeks for Republican candidate for governor

"There were a lot of mixed emotions Wednesday from voters as they anxiously await results in the Republican primary for governor.

. . .

Since the race is so close, a recount has been a topic that's unavoidable.

. . .

When it comes to tallying the votes some have questioned the conflict of interest having the Secretary of State in the race."

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Analyst on GOP primary race for governor: 'It's conceivable that the outcome can change'

"Mail-in ballots are still arriving and as long as they are postmarked by yesterday and arrive by Friday, they will count.

Also, provisional ballots still need to be counted.

Those two categories could add up to 8,000-10,000 more votes."

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Since the fur has really started to fly in the Kansas GOP governor's primary race, I've decided to start a new thread instead of continuing to post here.

Thread: Kansas GOP Primary Governor's Race Battle Between Kobach And Colyer Heating Up! SURPRISE UPDATE: COLYER CONCEDES
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