June 8th, 2010
09:55 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:48 p.m. ET: South Carolina

(CNN) - The Associated Press projects that state Rep. Nikki Haley and Congressman Gresham Barrett will meet in a June 22 runoff election to determine the Republican nominee for South Carolina governor. Haley, they predict, will come up shy of the 50% threshold necessary to avoid a runoff.

GOP gubernatorial primary:
Nikki Haley – 179,247 48.9%
Gresham Barrett – 79,184 21.6%
Henry McMaster – 62,928 17.2%
Andre Bauer – 45,521 12.4%

89% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:46 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:46 p.m. ET: Arkansas

Democratic Senate primary runoff:
Blanche Lincoln (incumbent) – 47,514 51.9%
Bill Halter – 44,003 48.1%

20% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:45 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:40 p.m. ET: Arkansas

Democratic Senate primary runoff:
Blanche Lincoln (incumbent) – 41,425 52.5%
Bill Halter – 37,434 47.5%

15% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:44 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:41 p.m. ET: South Carolina

GOP gubernatorial primary:
Nikki Haley – 159,231 48.5%
Gresham Barrett – 71,646 21.8%
Henry McMaster – 56,405 17.2%
Andre Bauer – 41,100 12.5%

79% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:30 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:26 p.m. ET: Arkansas

Democratic Senate primary runoff:
Blanche Lincoln (incumbent) – 35,948 52.9%
Bill Halter – 31,995 47.1%

8% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:29 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:26 p.m. ET: South Carolina

GOP gubernatorial primary:
Nikki Haley – 143,797 48.7%
Gresham Barrett – 63,494 21.5%
Henry McMaster – 51,490 17.4%
Andre Bauer – 36,462 12.3%

72% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:27 PM ET
5 years ago

Candidates spend $67 million on TV primary ads

Washington (CNN) - A handful of candidates vying for governorships and Senate seats in four states Tuesday have spent north of $67 million on campaign television commercials with one Republican accounting for nearly half of that total.

Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman put $31 million of ads on TV to promote her candidacy for California's GOP gubernatorial nomination, according to a new analysis by Campaign Media Analysis Group, CNN's consultant on political television ads.

Whitman's opponent, Silicon Valley multi-millionaire-turned Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, has spent $19 million on TV in an effort to try and convince Republican voters he is the most qualified candidate to compete against Attorney General Jerry Brown in November.

Meanwhile, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina has spent $3.2 million on TV to try and win California's GOP Senate nomination. Fiorina's opponents, former Rep. Tom Campbell has dedicated $352,000 to commercials, while Assemblyman Chuck DeVore was only able to put $52,000 worth of campaign ads on the air. The three Republicans are seeking the right to challenge Sen. Barbara Boxer in the general election.

Read about how much candidates have spent in Arkansas, Nevada and South Carolina, after the jump:
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Filed under: 2010
June 8th, 2010
09:23 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:22 p.m. ET: Arkansas

Democratic Senate primary runoff:
Blanche Lincoln (incumbent) – 30,484 53.2%
Bill Halter – 26,845 46.8%

4% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:22 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:17 p.m. ET: South Carolina

GOP gubernatorial primary:
Nikki Haley – 129,393 48.4%
Gresham Barrett – 57,156 21.4%
Henry McMaster – 47,206 17.7%
Andre Bauer – 33,332 12.5%

65% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
June 8th, 2010
09:17 PM ET
5 years ago

Primary update, 9:11 p.m. ET: Arkansas

Democratic Senate primary runoff:
Blanche Lincoln (incumbent) – 23,711 53.9%
Bill Halter – 20,309 46.1%

2% of precincts reporting

*Vote totals compiled by the Associated Press


Filed under: June 8 primary results
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