Primary election night coverage live: Pennsylvania, North Carolina

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Primary election night coverage live: Pennsylvania, North Carolina

Watch live coverage of primary night election results in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Oregon and Idaho from the newsroom of The Washington Post. Key races we are following: – Senate primary races in Pennsylvania: A slew of Republicans and Democrats are running to replace Sen. Patrick Toomey (R), who is retiring. Former president Donald Trump has endorsed TV host Mehmet Oz over former hedge manager David McCormick. – House primary races in North Carolina: Republicans are trying to take down scandal-plagued Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R), the youngest member of Congress. Seven are running against him, including state Sen. Chuck Edwards (R). – Governor race in Idaho: Incumbent Brad Little (R) is facing Trump-endorsed lieutenant governor Janice McGeachin (R). Join host Libby Casey in the newsroom, as well as Rhonda Colvin and James Hohmann for real-time results and analysis. Jorge Ribas and Lee Powell will provide dispatches from Pennsylvania and North Carolina, respectively. Reporters Marianna Sotomayor, David Weigel, Tyler Pager and Annie Linskey will also join the show throughout the evening. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: Follow us: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook:

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Primary election night coverage live: Pennsylvania, North Carolina

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