10:15 ET – I am going to call it an evening as the only outstanding races of interest are PA-Superior Court (Republican Primary) and PA-Commonwealth Court (Democratic Primary). We will have an open thread from here on regarding the Los Angeles races.
9:47 ET – Philly machine death watch… Krasner gets the check for DA and Rhynhart gets the check for Controller.
9:45 ET – With another dump in GA Senate 32, I am going to call it for Kilpatrick (R) with 89% in from Cobb and 100% in from Fulton.
9:37 ET – We might be seeing the first signs of the death of the Philadelphia Democratic machine as two candidates not considered machine candidates are winning DA and Controller with 57% in.
9:33 ET – Cobb has dumped 50% of the precincts as Kilpatrick remains up 58-42 in Cobb, which means that Kilpatrick is up by approximately 56% to 44%. This looks like Kilpatrick will hold this for the Republicans.
9:30 ET – All of Fulton has been counted in GA-Senate 32 and Kilpatrick remains up by about 10%. Cobb still has 72% of its precincts to report.
9:30 ET – Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto (D-Bike Lane) has received the check with 66% of the vote with 50% counted.
9:25 ET – Bold Progressive Philly DA candidate Lawrence Krasner (D) is out to a 16 point lead with 42% in.
9:10 ET – Back to GA Senate 32… Kilpatrick remains up with 28% in from Cobb and only early votes in Fulton.
9:08 ET – Norman has won the SC-5 Republican runoff.
9:06 ET – In Pennsylvania, it appears the Democratic endorsed candidate for Commonwealth Court, Todd Eagen, is polling 4th right now.
8:48 ET – Norman is up by approximately 400 votes with 51 precincts remaining.
8:42 ET – Norman is down to 1% lead over Pope, but the remaining precincts are in Pope favoring York County.
8:40 ET – Pope and Norman are within 10 votes of each other with 2/3 in.
8:27 ET – Norman has taken the lead in SC-5 according to DDHQ.
8:15 ET – There appears to be a glimmer of hope for Norman in SC-5 as the results continue to narrow and his areas are just starting to heavily report.
8:07 ET – Pope’s lead is narrowing as 1/3 of the results are in. Pope leads by 4%.
8:03 ET – In Georgia State Senate District 32, Kilpatrick (R) leads Triebsch (D) 58% to 42% as the first results roll in.
8:00 ET – Pennsylvania has closed.
7:50 ET – With 7% in, Pope leads Norman 58% to 42% in SC-5.
7:41 ET – Turnout is supposedly low in the Pennsylvania primaries today, which close at 8pm Eastern. I was the 14th Republican to vote and 25 voter overall in my ward at 915 AM.
7:33 ET – Ryan_in_SEPA here for the liveblog. Pope still has a 60 vote lead as the early vote starts being counted.
7:30 ET- I will be turning this over to Ryan_in_SEPA for the rest of the night.
7:19 ET- Pope is now up 54-46 with York early votes coming in.
7:13 ET- Norman leads pope 69-66 in the first early votes.
7:00 ET- Polls have now closed in SC-5 and Georgia.