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75 changes to the candidate list. Recap of 11 June primaries. SC US House 3 Rep advances to runoff.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

75 changes to the candidate list:

Illinois: House CD 4: Lupe Castillo (Republican) - added.

Maine (11 June primary recap): House CD 1: Andrew Piantidosi (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: state Representative Michael "Mike" Soboleski (Republican) - lost Primary.

Massachusetts: Senate Class 1: Aaron L. Packard (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Jeffrey "Jeff" Sossa-Paquette (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Syed Hasan (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Miranda L. Tozier-Robbins (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Matthew Dewar (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Emmett Yael (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Dan Sullivan (Republican) - added.

Nevada (11 June primary recap): Senate Class 1: Senator Jacklyn Sheryl "Jacky" Rosen (Democratic) - Renominated; former Modesto, California City Council Member William Bryan "Bill" Conrad (Republican) - lost Primary; Walter A. "Tony" Grady, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeffrey Ross "Jeff" Gunter (Republican) - lost Primary; Edward T. Hamilton (Republican) - lost Primary; Ronda Kennedy (Republican) - lost Primary; Barry Cameron Lindemann (Republican) - lost Primary; Rex Garn "Garn" Mabey, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Assembly Member Jim Marchant (Republican) - lost Primary; Gary A. Marinch (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephanie Phillips (Republican) - lost Primary; Vincent Geronimo Rego (Republican) - lost Primary; California Board of Equalization Member Mike Schaefer (Democratic) - lost Primary; Troy Zakari "Zakari" Walker (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Jim Blockey (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael "Mike" Boris (Republican) - lost Primary; Flemming Steen Larsen (Republican) - lost Primary; Evan Stone (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Mark Eugene Amodei (Republican) - Renominated; Fred Joseph Simon, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Susan Kelley "Susie" Lee (Democratic) - Renominated; RockAthena Brittain (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator Elizabeth Nicole Helgelien (Republican) - lost Primary; Steven Jay "Steve" London (Republican) - lost Primary; Brian Nadell (Republican) - lost Primary; Martin M. "Marty" O'Donnell (Republican) - lost Primary; Steven Mitchell "Steve" Schiffman (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Treasurer Daniel Mark "Dan" Schwartz (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven Alexzander Horsford (Democratic) - Renominated; Bruce Frazey (Republican) - lost Primary; Deshan Levy "Levy" Shultz (Democratic) - lost Primary.

New Hampshire: Governor: Shaun Fife (Republican) - added; Richard McMenamon, II (Republican) - added. House CD 1: Andy Martin (Republican) - added; Kevin Rondeau (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: former state Representative Tom Alciere (Republican) - added; Robert D'Arcy (Republican) - added; Bruno Richard Gulla (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

New Jersey: Governor: Bill Spadea (Republican) - added.

North Dakota (11 June primary recap): Governor: Lieutenant Governor Tammy J. Miller (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Alexander C. "Alex" Balazs (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Rick Becker (Republican) - lost Primary; Sharlet Mohr (Republican) - lost Primary; Cara Mund (Republican) - lost Primary; Roland Clifford Riemers (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Kirsten Baesler (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - On Ballot, previously listed as Nonpartisan [Republican]; James Paul "Jim" Bartlett (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary; Darko Draganic (Nonpartisan) - lost Primary.

Ohio (11 June primary recap): House CD 6 Special: state Senator Michael A. Rulli (Republican) - elected.

The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 219 Republicans, 213 Democrats, and 3 vacant seats (Colorado House CD 4, New Jersey House CD 10, Wisconsin House CD 8).

South Carolina (11 June primary recap): House CD 1: Member of Congress Nancy Ruth Mace (Republican) - Renominated; William McAdoo "Mac" Deford (Democratic) - lost Primary; Catherine MB Templeton (Republican) - lost Primary; William B. "Bill" Young (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Addison Graves "Joe" Wilson, Sr. (Republican) - Renominated; Hampton Craft "Hamp" Redmond, 3rd (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel J. Shrief (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3 (runoff): Kevin Daniel Bishop (Republican) - lost Primary; Francois J. "Franky" Franco (Republican) - lost Primary; Frances Guldner (Democratic) - lost Primary; Philip Mark "Phil" Healy (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Stewart O. "Stew" Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; Elspeth Snow Murday (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress William Richardson Timmons, IV (Republican) - Renominated; state Representative Adam M. Morgan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Justin Nathaniel Scott (Republican) - lost Primary.

Tuesday 11 June 2024: STATE Primaries in ME, NV, ND & SC; SPECIAL U.S. House ELECTION in OHIO's 6th Congressional District
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Results from Politico.


MAINE

NOTE: Maine's Elections use ranked-choice voting.

polls are open from 6 AM to 8 PM local time [1000 to 0000 GMT]

STATE Primaries

Results from a media source.


NEVADA

polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM local time [1400 to 0200 GMT]

STATE Primaries

Results from a media source.


NORTH DAKOTA

polls are open no longer than from 7 AM to 9 PM local time [1200 to 0200 GMT re: Central Time/1300 to 0300 GMT re: Mountain Time]
NOTE: Although we at The Green Papers keep to the statutory latest poll closing times of 9 PM local time [0200 GMT re: the Central Time Zone/0300 GMT re: the Mountain Time Zone], please know that North Dakota has allowed for what can fairly be described as the most extreme Local Option as regards poll opening/closing anywhere in the USA: not only may individual Counties and Municipalities in North Dakota set an earlier poll closing time than 9 PM local time (so long as it is not earlier than 7 PM local time), but these can even set differing poll closing times for individual precincts within each such jurisdiction (County or Municipality)! As a practical matter, however, it appears that polls in most of the State have, historically, tended to be closed by no later than 8 PM Central Time/7 PM Mountain Time [0100 GMT during Daylight Savings]--
please check locally!

STATE Primaries

Results from a media source.


SOUTH CAROLINA

NOTE: If no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the primary, a runoff will be held between the top two vote-getters on Tuesday 25 June.

polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM local time [1100 to 2300 GMT]

STATE Primaries

Results from a media source.

Some results from a media source.

Some results from a media source.


OHIO Special Election in the 6th Congressional District

polls are open from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM local time [1030 to 2330 GMT]

SPECIAL U.S. House ELECTION

Results from a media source.

11 changes to the candidate list. 2024 Democratic Delegate Count Update. Calendar Update.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

11 changes to the candidate list:

Florida: Senate Class 1: former Member of Congress Alan Mark Grayson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 25: Rubin Young (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican.

New Jersey: House CD 8: Lea Sherman (Socialist Workers Party) - previously listed as Write-in [Socialist Workers Party]. House CD 9: Bruno Pereira (Libertarian) - added.

Oregon: House CD 5: Brett Smith (Non Affiliated) - added.

Wisconsin: Senate Class 1: Jo' EcoArchy Nathan ZeeBeSun Kingfisher (Wisconsin Green) - apparently not a candidate; George C. Lucia (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John Schiess (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Diane M. Anderson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Bryce Tanner Thon (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Cheryl Ann Runkel (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

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The Democratic Convention has total of 3,949 pledged delegate votes with 1,975 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,696 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,349 needed to nominate on any ballot.
Soft delegate count changed from Biden 3,731, Uncommitted 31, Palmer 3 to Biden 3,745 (+14), Uncommitted 31, Palmer 3.
Hard delegate count changed from Biden 3,736, Uncommitted 31, Palmer 3 to Biden 3,750 (+14), Uncommitted 31, Palmer 3.

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2024 Calendar

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2024 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions (these pages contain a combination of preliminary, unofficial, and estimated data)
The "soft" delegate count is this website's estimate of the potential delegate support for each contender based on key delegate selection events already held and is subject to change as we get closer to the National Conventions. The "hard" count is the tabulation of delegates formally pledged or bound by law and/or Party rules. In order for a Democratic Presidential candidate to be nominated, either a majority of pledged delegate votes must support a single candidate on the first ballot or, a majority of all (pledged and unpledged [aka automatic]) delegate votes must support a single candidate on any ballot.
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"Soft" Pledged Delegate Votes
Need to nominate1,976.0
J Biden3,745.0
(available)170.0
Uncommitted31.0
J Palmer3.0
Total3,949.0

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"Soft" Pledged + Unpledged Delegate Votes
Need to nominate2,348.5
J Biden3,745.0
(available)917.0
Uncommitted31.0
J Palmer3.0
Total4,696.0

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"Hard" Delegate Votes
J Biden3,750.0
(available)912.0
Uncommitted31.0
J Palmer3.0
Total4,696.0
"Soft" Delegates
Need to nominate1,215
D Trump2,212
N Haley84
Uncommitted63
(available)58
R DeSantis9
V Ramaswamy3
Total2,429

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"Hard" Delegates
D Trump2,160
Uncommitted151
N Haley96
(available)10
R DeSantis9
V Ramaswamy3
Total2,429
 
 
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Democraticpercent23
TotalTotal50
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Democraticpercent48
Independentpercent3
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Democraticpercent213
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