Delaware, DC, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Wisconsin – Primary Results Liveblog Part Two

Christine O'Donnell with Tea Party leaders. (photo: michaeldjohns on Flickr)

Tonight is the last big primary night of the cycle, and it features several important races. Voters in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Wisconsin are all deciding their parties’ nominees. You can find a preview of what races are worth watching this evening here. You can find part one of the liveblog election results here. You can find live election results at Politico.

Polls closed at 8:00 EST in Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Washington DC. Polls closed at 9:00 EST in New York, Rhode Island and Wisconsin.

The big news so far is in Delaware. The tea party backed Christine O’Donnell beat establishment choice Rep. Mike Castle. With the victories of hardcore conservative insurgent primary challengers in Alaska and Delaware senate races expect much talk about whether moderates are no longer welcomed in the Republican party.

This is assumed to be good news for Democrat Chris Coons since O’Donnell is seen as less electable.

In MA-09 Democratic Rep. Steve Lynch defeated his primary challenger Mac D’Allesandro.

[Click through for the latest results.]