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9-14 Primaries: When do polls close? Where can I find results?

UPDATE: If you’re looking for advice on how to find election results for the November 2, 2010 congressional elections, read here.

Delaware: polls close at 8 pm. Track official primary results at the Commissioner of Elections web page. Better unofficial results via Politico.

District of Columbia: polls close at 8 pm. Track primary results at the DC Board of Elections.

Maryland: polls close at 8 pm. You could hypothetically track primary results at the Maryland Board of Elections website, but practically the state’s website has been slammed down by attempted visitors. Get results you can actually follow at the Baltimore Sun.

Massachusetts: polls close at 8 pm. Track official primary results at the Massachusetts Secretary of State page. Better unofficial results at the Boston Globe.

New Hampshire: polls close at 8 pm. Hypothetically, track primary results at the New Hampshire Secretary of State website. Actually accessible primary results at Foster’s Daily Democrat. Google spreadsheet of Manchester-area results here.

New York: polls close at 9 pm. Primary results will not be posted to the New York State Board of Elections website for some time. Try the Washington Post.

Rhode Island: polls close at 9 pm. Track primary results at the Rhode Island Board of Elections.

Wisconsin: polls close at 8 pm. Track primary results at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

5 thoughts on “9-14 Primaries: When do polls close? Where can I find results?”

  1. Jim says:

    If you find a results source that is more prompt in updating, share it here and I’ll be sure to post an update!

  2. J. Clifford says:

    Thanks for this information, Jim! It’s good to get straight to the source.

  3. Ross says:

    Any races worth watching for people outside those states?

    1. Jim says:

      I want to see if Andrew Gall can get some measure of conscience voting in his race against the man without a conscience, Steny Hoyer (D-Big Bucks, MD).

    2. Jim says:

      Then there’s Christine O’Donnell, who just beat out the establishment Republican Michael Castle to win the GOP nomination for Senate. A number of Republican insiders came out at the last minute to deliver all sorts of dishy, nasty details about her, with the aim of derailing her and keeping Castle as the nominee. Now they can’t take it all back, but watch them try, try, try.

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