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June 23, 2010 The main focus on Tuesday's primaries was in South Carolina, where Nikki Haley won the GOP gubernatorial runoff and Tim Scott, an African-American Republican, is on his way to winning an open congressional seat.
June 22, 2010 Runoffs in the Carolinas -- a Republican gubernatorial battle in South Carolina and a Democratic Senate contest in North Carolina -- highlight today's primaries.Runoffs In Both Carolinas Highlight Primary Day Today
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Carly Fiorina, a candidate for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, waves to supporters with her husband Frank at a election night party in Anaheim, Calif.
June 9, 2010 POLITICAL JUNKIE: For all the talk about an anti-incumbent mood, the real news is the strong showing by women from both major parties. They fared well in Arkansas, California, Nevada and South Carolina
June 8, 2010 We have nominees in the South Dakota gov race for both parties, but we'll have to wait until a June 22 runoff before we know the GOP candidate in South Carolina.
A cluster of Bill Halter and Blanche Lincoln campaign signs are displayed at an intersection in Little Rock, Ark.
June 8, 2010 A Super Tuesday, with primaries in 10 states, plus a special Senate primary runoff in Arkansas and a special House runoff in Georgia. One endangered incumbent to watch: Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D) in Arkansas.
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