It’s easy to lose track of all of the non-presidential primary races — particularly on Super Tuesday, with so many taking place at once. Hopefully, you were able to join us on our live threads and follow along as results came in.

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Because the primary focus has been on the presidential primaries, I thought it might be useful to compile a list of the outcomes of Tuesday’s congressional primaries for handy reference. So, without further ado:

Alabama U.S. House Republican Primary

  • CD1 – Barry Moore (incumbent) beat Jerry Carl (incumbent). (This one was incumbent vs. incumbent due to redistricting.)
  • CD2 – Dick Brewbaker received 39.6 percent of the vote (with 83 percent of the vote reported) in a crowded field and appears headed to an April runoff against Caroleene Dobson, who received 26.5 percent of the vote. 
  • CD3 – Incumbent Mike Rogers won handily.
  • CD4 – Incumbent Robert Aderholdt also won handily. 
  • CD5 – Incumbent Dale Strong ran unopposed.
  • CD6 – Incumbent Gary Palmer won. 
  • CD7 – Christian Horn won.

Alabama U.S. House Democratic Primary

  • CD1 – Tom Holmes ran unopposed.
  • CD2 – Shomari Figures and Anthony Daniels are headed for an April runoff. 
  • CD6 – Elizabeth Anderson ran unopposed.
  • CD7 – Incumbent Terri Sewell won.

Arkansas U.S. House Republican Primary 

  • CD1 – Incumbent Rick Crawford ran unopposed.
  • CD2 – Incumbent French Hill ran unopposed.
  • CD3 – Incumbent Steve Womack won. 
  • CD4 – Incumbent Bruce Westerman ran unopposed.

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Arkansas U.S. House Democratic Primary

  • CD1 – Rodney Govens won.
  • CD2 – Marcus Jones won.
  • CD3 – Caitlin Draper won.
  • CD4 – Risie Howard won.

California U.S. Senate Primary & U.S. Senate Special Primary

Republican Steve Garvey (former Dodgers first baseman) will face off in November against Democrat Adam Schiff (currently representing California’s 30th Congressional District) in both contests. (The Special is to complete the remainder of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s term — yes, just that last eight or nine weeks.) 

Interestingly, in the Special, which had fewer candidates (seven) competing, Garvey leads Schiff by almost four points, with 87 percent of the vote reported. In the main Senate race, which had 27 candidates, Schiff leads Garvey by less than a point. Obviously, Garvey has his work cut out for him in November, but this is a positive development. 


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California U.S. House Primary (Top two candidates – set to face off in November – listed)

  • CD1 – Doug La Malfa (R – Incumbent); Rose Yee (D)
  • CD2 – Jared Huffman (D – Incumbent); Chris Coulombe (R)
  • CD3 – Kevin Kiley (R – Incumbent); Jessica Morse (D)
  • CD4 – Mike Thompson (D – Incumbent); John Munn (R)
  • CD5 – Tom McClintock (R – Incumbent); Michael Barkley (D)
  • CD6 – Ami Bera (D – Incumbent); Christine Bish (R)
  • CD7 – Doris Matsui (D – Incumbent); Tom Silva (R)
  • CD8 – John Garamendi (D – Incumbent); Rudy Recile (R)
  • CD9 – Josh Harder (D – Incumbent); Kevin Lincoln (R)
  • CD10 – Mark DeSaulnier (D – Incumbent); Katherine Piccinini (R)
  • CD11 – Nancy Pelosi (D – Incumbent); Undetermined (53 percent reporting)
  • CD12 – Lateefah Simon (D); Undetermined (21 percent reporting)
  • CD13 – John Duarte (R – Incumbent); Adam Gray (D)
  • CD14 – Eric Swalwell (D – Incumbent); Undetermined (31 percent reporting)
  • CD15 – Kevin Mullin (D – Incumbent); Anna Kramer (R)
  • CD16 – Sam Liccardo (D); Undetermined (63 percent reporting)
  • CD17 – Ro Khanna (D – Incumbent); Anita Chen (R)
  • CD18 – Zoe Lofgren (D – Incumbent); Peter Hernandez (R)
  • CD19 – Jimmy Panetta (D – Incumbent); Jason Anderson (R)
  • CD20 – Vince Fong (R); Undetermined (82 percent reporting)
  • CD21 – Jim Costa (D – Incumbent); Michael Maher (R)
  • CD22 – David Valadao (R – Incumbent); Rudy Salas (D)
  • CD23 – Jay Obernolte (R – Incumbent); Derek Marshall (D)
  • CD24 – Salud Carbajal (D – Incumbent); Thomas Cole (R)
  • CD25 – Raul Ruiz (D – Incumbent); Ian Weeks (R)
  • CD26 – Julia Bronwley (D – Incumbent); Michael Koslow (R)
  • CD27 – Mike Garcia (R – Incumbent); George Whitesides (D)
  • CD28 – Judy Chu (D – Incumbent); April Verlato (R)
  • CD29 – Luz Rivas (D); Undetermined (59 percent reporting)
  • CD30 – Laura Friedman (D); Undetermined (63 percent reporting)
  • CD31 – Undetermined (72 percent reporting)
  • CD32 – Brad Sherman (D – Incumbent); Larry Thompson (R)
  • CD33 – Pete Aguilar (D – Incumbent); Tom Herman (R)
  • CD34 – Jimmy Gomez (D – Incumbent); Undetermined (51 percent reporting)
  • CD35 – Norma Torres (D – Incumbent); Mike Cargile (R)
  • CD36 – Ted Lieu (D – Incumbent); Undetermined (73 percent reporting)
  • CD37 – Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D – Incumbent); Undetermined (48 percent reporting)
  • CD38 – Linda Sanchez (D – Incumbent); Eric Ching (R)
  • CD39 – Mark Takano (D – Incumbent); David Serpa (R)
  • CD40 – Young Kim (R – Incumbent); Joe Kerr (D)
  • CD41 – Ken Calvert (R – Incumbent); Will Rollins (D)
  • CD42 – Robert Garcia (D – Incumbent); John Briscoe (R)
  • CD43 – Maxine Waters (D – Incumbent); Steve Williams (R)
  • CD44 – Nanette Barragan (D – Incumbent); Roger Groh (R)
  • CD45 – Michelle Steel (R – Incumbent); Undetermined (82 percent reporting)
  • CD46 – Lou Correa (D – Incumbent); David Pan (R)
  • CD47 – Scott Baugh (R); Undetermined (98 percent reporting)
  • CD48 – Darrell Issa (R – Incumbent); Undetermined (96 percent reporting)
  • CD49 – Mike Levin (D – Incumbent); Matt Gunderson (R)
  • CD50 – Scott Peters (D – Incumbent); Peter Bono (R)
  • CD51 – Sara Jacobs (D – Incumbent); Bill Wells (R)
  • CD52 – Juan Vargas (D – Incumbent); Justin Lee (R)

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North Carolina U.S. House Republican Primary

  • CD1 – Laurie Buckhout won.
  • CD2 – Alan Swain won.
  • CD3 – Incumbent Greg Murphy ran unopposed.
  • CD4 – Eric Blankenburg won.
  • CD5 – Incumbent Virginia Foxx won.
  • CD6 – Addison McDowell and Mark Walker are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD7 – Incumbent David Rouzer ran unopposed.
  • CD8 – Mark Harris won.
  • CD9 – Richard Hudson won. 
  • CD10 – Pat Harrigan won.
  • CD11 – Incumbent Chuck Edwards won.
  • CD12 – Addul Ali ran unopposed. 
  • CD13 – Kelly Daughtry and Brad Knott are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD14 – Tim Moore won. 

North Carolina U.S. House Democratic Primary

  • CD1 – Incumbent Don Davis ran unopposed.
  • CD2 – Incumbent Deborah Ross won.
  • CD4 – Incumbent Valerie Foushee ran unopposed.
  • CD5 – Chuck Hubbard ran unopposed.
  • CD7 – Marlando Pridgen ran unopposed.
  • CD8 – Justin Dues ran unopposed.
  • CD9 – Nigel Bristow ran unopposed.
  • CD10 – Ralph Scott Jr. ran unopposed.
  • CD11 – Caleb Rudow ran unopposed.
  • CD12 – Incumbent Alma Adams ran unopposed.
  • CD13 – Frank Pierce ran unopposed.
  • CD14 – Pam Genant won.

Texas U.S. Senate Republican Primary

Incumbent Senator Ted Cruz won running away, with 88.3 percent of the vote. 

Texas U.S. Senate Democratic Primary

Colin Allred won with 58.7 percent of the vote. 

Texas U.S. House Republican Primary

  • CD1 – Incumbent Nathan Moran ran unopposed. 
  • CD2 – Incumbent Dan Crenshaw won.
  • CD3 – Incumbent Keith Self won.
  • CD4 – Incumbent Pat Fallon won.
  • CD5 – Incumbent Lance Gooden ran unopposed.
  • CD6 – Incumbent Jake Ellzey won.
  • CD7 – Kenneth Omoruyi and Caroline Kane are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD8 – Incumbent Morgan Luttrell ran unopposed.
  • CD10 – Incumbent Michael McCaul won.
  • CD11 – Incumbent August Pfluger ran unopposed.
  • CD12 – Craig Goldman and John O’Shea are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD13 – Incumbent Ronny Jackson ran unopposed.
  • CD14 – Incumbent Randy Weber ran unopposed.
  • CD15 – Incumbent Monica De La Cruz won.
  • CD16 – Irene Jackson ran unopposed.
  • CD17 – Incumbent Pete Sessions won.
  • CD18 – Lana Centonze won.
  • CD19 – Incumbent Jodey Arrington won. 
  • CD21 – Incumbent Chip Roy ran unopposed.
  • CD22 – Incumbent Troy Nehls ran unopposed.
  • CD23 – Incumbent Tony Gonzales and Brandon Herrera are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD24 – Incumbent Beth Van Duyne ran unopposed.
  • CD25 – Incumbent Roger Williams won.
  • CD26 – Brandon Gill won.
  • CD27 – Incumbent Michael Cloud won.
  • CD28 – Jay Fuhrman and Lazaro Garza Jr. are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD29 – Christian Garcia and Alan Garza are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD31 – Incumbent John Carter won.
  • CD32 – Undetermined (56 percent reporting)
  • CD33 – Patrick Gillespie won.
  • CD34 – Mayra Flores won. 
  • CD35 – Michael Rodriguez and Steven Wright are headed to a runoff in May.
  • CD36 – Incumbent Brian Babin won.
  • CD37 – Jenny Sharon ran unopposed.
  • CD38 – Incumbent Wesley Hunt ran unopposed.

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Texas U.S. House Democratic Primary

  • CD2 – Peter Filler ran unopposed.
  • CD3 – Sandeep Srivastava ran unopposed.
  • CD4 – Simon Cardell ran unopposed.
  • CD5 – Ruth Torres ran unopposed.
  • CD6 – John Love III ran unopposed.
  • CD7 – Incumbent Lizzie Fletcher won.
  • CD8 – Laura Jones ran unopposed.
  • CD9 – Incumbent Al Green ran unopposed.
  • CD10 – Theresa Boisseau won.
  • CD12 – Trey Hunt won.
  • CD14 – Rhonda Hart ran unopposed.
  • CD15 – Michelle Vallejo won.
  • CD16 – Incumbent Veronica Escobar won.
  • CD17 – Mark Lorenzen ran unopposed.
  • CD18 – Incumbent Sheila Lee won.
  • CD20 – Incumbent Joaquin Castro ran unopposed.
  • CD21 – Kristin Hook ran unopposed.
  • CD22 – Marquette Greene-Scott won.
  • CD23 – Santos Limon won.
  • CD24 – Sam Eppler won.
  • CD26 – Ernest Lineberger III ran unopposed.
  • CD27 – Tanya Lloyd won.
  • CD28 – Incumbent Henry Cuellar ran unopposed.
  • CD29 – Incumbent Sylvia Garcia ran unopposed.
  • CD30 – Incumbent Jasmine Crockett won.
  • CD31 – Undetermined (59 percent reporting).
  • CD32 – Undetermined (80 percent reporting)
  • CD33 – Incumbent Marc Veasey won.
  • CD34 – Incumbent Vincente Gonzalez ran unopposed. 
  • CD35 – Incumbent Greg Casar ran unopposed.
  • CD36 – Dayna Steele ran unopposed.
  • CD37 – Incumbent Lloyd Doggett won.
  • CD38 – Melissa McDonough won.