On Tuesday, voters are going to vote in the primaries in five states, the biggest night in the 2022 by-elections.
Here are the main results by state:
Polling stations closed at 8pm Eastern European time in Pennsylvania, the fifth most populous and perennial state. Republican Sen. Pat Toomey is resigning, leaving the seat open. Earlier Wednesday, Republicans Dr. Mehmet Oz, backed by President Trump, and David McCormick were embroiled in a tough fight for nomination. Katie Barnettthe Conservative, who Steve Bannon once called an “ultra-magician,” said Tuesday night that he is not inferior yet.
Oz said late Tuesday, “If it’s that close, what do you expect? Everything in this campaign has been tough.”
On the democratic side, the CBS News project, Lieutenant John Fetterman, will win the nomination. Fetterman defeated US Representative Conor Lamb and Malcolm Kenyatta. Fetterman, who supported Senator Bernie Sanders in 2016, suffered a stroke on Friday, and his company on Tuesday issued a statement saying he would receive a pacemaker with a defibrillator. On Tuesday, Fetterman tweeted his photo voting from the hospital with an emergency correspondence bulletin.
Fetterman’s wife, Gisele Barrett Fetterman, delivered a triumphant speech Tuesday as Fetterman is still in hospital. The company also showed a video in which Fetterman thanks fans.
“This race we are running is a race of the future,” said Gisele Barrett Fetterman. “It’s a race for every job lost, every factory that has been closed, every cost that grows, every worker that can’t keep up. It’s a race for a better Pennsylvania.”
President Joe Biden also sent out a message congratulating Fetterman, saying “Democrats are uniting around John, who is a strong candidate, will hold a tough race and can win in November.”
In the presidential race, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolfe was limited in power, and Democrats banded together for State Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who undisputedly participated in their primary vote.
Republicans will benefit from CBS News Arc Mastrian projects. Republicans from the establishment were worried that the far-right state senator, backed by Trump, could not win the general election. He defeated several contenders, including former spokesman Lou Barlett, former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwayne and businessman Dave White.
“Ruled politicians and politics have aroused so many of us who did not want to have anything to do with politics,” Mastriana said in his victory speech. “There is this movement that shocks the state on November 8.”
In the chair of Democrat Lamb, the swing of the 17th arrondissement in the Pittsburgh area, CBS News project Chris Delusio will win. He defeated Sean Maloy, a member of the National Committee of the Democratic Party. Three Republicans are running in the county primaries: former local council member Kathleen Coder, national security expert Jason Kilmeier and former township commissioner Jeremy Schaefer.
In the 12th District of Pennsylvania, Democratic MP Matt Doyle is running from the Progressive and backed by Sanders. But Doyle backed Steve Irwin’s lawyer. Three more candidates are running for the Democratic nomination: Professor Jerry Dickinson, businessman Will Parker and nonprofit administrator Jeff Woodward.
Polling stations in Kentucky are now closed. At the Kentucky Senate primaries, CBS News Senator Sen. Rand Paul will win a Republican nomination, and CBS News projects Charles Booker, a progressive candidate who ran for Democratic nominees to challenge Senate Minority Leader in the Senate Mitch McConne in 2020. from the Democratic Party.
CBS News drafts MP Ted Bud, backed by former President Trump, wins Republican nomination to the North Carolina Senate. CBS News projects Cherry Beasley will win the Democratic nomination to the Senate in that state. The seat is open, Republican Sen. Richard Baer is resigning.
In the 11th arrondissement of North Carolina CBS News projects Chuck Edwards will win, defeating incumbent freshman Madison Cowthorne. Edwards’ company said Coutorne had given way.
Republican Sen. Tom Tillis, who loudly disapproves of Couthorne, backed Edwards, a state senator, at the primaries, saying that “unfortunately, Madison Couthorne did not meet the most basic standards that West North Carolina expects from its representatives, and in voters now have several qualified candidates to choose from, which could be greatly improved ”.
Cauterne has faced a number of scandals, from a call to the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky “Blat” to be caught driving with disqualified to bring a charged gun to Charlotte Airport ethical complaints allegedly misconduct towards its employees.
Senator Valery Fowsa, CBS’s state staff, will win in the 4th District of North Carolina. She defeated Durham County Commissioner Nido Alam, backed by Senator Elizabeth Warren, who would become the first Muslim woman to hold public office in North Carolina, and American Idol member Clay Aiken. The current member of Congress, Democrat David Price, is resigning.
In the 13th arrondissement of North Carolina, outside of Raleigh, CBS News project Bo Hines will win. Trump has backed Hines, a 26-year-old and former college football recruit.
Polling stations closed across the state at 11pm ET in Idaho. Polling stations closed across the state at 11pm ET in Idaho. CBS News predicts Brad Little will win the Republican primaries, fending off a major challenge from Lt. Gov. Janice McGitchin.
McGitchin ran away from Little, and she falsely claimed that the 2020 election had been stolen.
She is not the only one working across the state in Idaho who makes these claims. Two of the three Republican candidates running for chief Idaho election officer have falsely claimed that President Biden won the 2020 election unfairly. State Representative Dorothy Moon signed a letter from an Arizona MP calling for an “audit of 50 states” of the 2020 election.
In Oregon, where elections are held by mail, there was a deadline of 11pm ET for the return of all ballots or postmarks.
A member of the 5th Oregon County Congress, Democrat Kurt Schroeder, has the support of President Joe Biden, but faces a major challenge from progressive Jamie McLeod Skinner.
In the 6th constituency of Oregon, state representative Andrea Salinas and technology researcher Carrick Flynn are in one of the most expensive and controversial primaries of the democratic election in the country. Salinas supports the BOLD PAC, an election group of the Congress of Hispanic Groups, while Flynn is supported by a majority PAC in the House of Representatives, a group with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California.
Senator Jeff Merkley, a Democrat who did not support the primaries, called participation in the PAC House a majority. “completely wrong».