• South Carolina: 7:00 PM ETNote that South Carolina will hold a June 24 runoff in races where no candidate wins more than 50 percent tonight. We'll be bringing you the results as they come in.
• Virginia: 7:00 PM ET
• Maine: 8:00 PM ET
• Arkansas: 8:30 PM ET (runoff)
• North Dakota: 10:00 PM ET (Areas within Central time zone), 11:00 PM ET (Areas within Mountain time zone)
• Nevada: 10:00 PM ET
6:51 PM PT (Darth Jeff): To recap the winners so far: On the Republican side Dave Brat upset House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in VA-07, while Sen. Lindsey Graham won renomination in South Carolina. On the Democratic side, former Lt. Gov. Don Beyer has won in the safely blue VA-08, while state Sen. Emily Cain has won in the Democratic-leaning ME-02.
We're still waiting on the GOP fight in ME-02. Polls close at the top of the hour in Nevada, where we're watching the GOP match-ups in NV-04 and NV-LG.
7:02 PM PT (Darth Jeff): ME-02: 47 percent in and Poliquin continues to lead 56-44.
7:15 PM PT (Darth Jeff): ME-02: 51 percent in and Poliquin leads 55-45.
7:34 PM PT (Darth Jeff): We're still waiting for our first Nevada results. In the meantime here's an amazing statistic: turnout in VA-07 was up big from 2012, with 65,000 voting today to 47,000 two years ago. Low turnout doesn't appear to be what did Cantor in.
7:38 PM PT (Darth Jeff): Well this explains Nevada's early ganja break:
7:41 PM PT (Darth Jeff): NV-LG: Votes are finally beginning to come in here.
7:44 PM PT (Darth Jeff): ME-02: The AP has called this for Poliquin. Leads 55-45 with 66 percent in.
7:46 PM PT (Darth Jeff): NV-04: Assemblyman Cresent Hardy leads GOP rival Niger Innis 46-29. Both would be underdog in November against Rep. Steven Horsford, but Innis preferred Dem opponent.
7:48 PM PT (Darth Jeff): NV-LG: Looks like the GOP has gotten lucky here. The establishment's preferred candidate state Sen. Mark Hutchinson leads Sue Lowden 54-37. Clark County, where both live and most votes are cast, is going big for Hutchinson.