Poll Closing Times and Link to Results for Tuesday's Primaries

Eight states are holding primaries Tuesday. The poll closing times are listed in the table below, along with the number of congressional districts in the state - all are up for election in November - and whether there is a Senate and/or gubernatorial election in 2018.

State Polls Close1 Runoff2 House Senate Governor
Alabama 8:00 PM 50%; July 17 7   Yes
Mississippi 8:00 PM 50%; June 26 4 Yes3  
New Jersey 8:00 PM   12 Yes  
Montana 9:00 PM   1 Yes  
New Mexico 9:00 PM   3 Yes Yes
South Dakota 8/9:00 PM4 35%; August 14 1   Yes
Iowa 10:00 PM   4   Yes
California 11:00 PM   53 Yes Yes

1 All times Eastern

2 Percentage must be exceeded to avoid runoff; date of runoff election

3 In addition to the regularly scheduled race, a special election will be held to fill the remainder of Thad Cochran's term. Voters will not choose nominees for this race on Tuesday. Instead, all candidates will appear on a single ballot on Election Day. If nobody earns a majority, a runoff will be November 27

4 Polls close at 7:00 PM local time

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