Our Howard County Republican Central Committee is having a meeting tonight, so I will not be able to be around at least at the start of the vote counting.
In Indiana, the polls close at 6pm in part of the state and 7pm part of the state. The big statewide race to watch here is the primary on the Republican side to see who will be the US Senate nominee to take on presumed Democratic nominee Brad Ellsworth.
The polls in North Carolina and Ohio close at 7:30pm in both states. On the statewide level, the real action is on the Democratic side where Democrats in both states are choosing their respective US Senate nominees. The polls so far seem to suggest Lee Fisher has a decided edge in Ohio over Jennifer Brunner. In North Carolina, the polls have shown Elaine Marshall in the lead, but the real question is whether she can get to 40% to avoid a runoff election against the likely second place finisher Cal Cunningham.
Like I said above, I will be out for the start of the vote counting. I did see Public Policy Polling will be having a Live Blog at their website for the results in North Carolina, which should be interesting.