Tuesday is expected to be a much calmer primary day than most, with only two states voting and no clearly competing races in both.
If you miss your weekly dose of electoral excitement, it will be back next Tuesday when voters are going to poll in decisive races in Arizona, Florida and Oklahoma.But in the meantime, here's What to See Tonight.
In Alaska, an independent governor runs for reelection
Gov. Bill Walker, the only independent current leader of a state, stands for re-election .The Democratic primary is undisputed, with only a former senator marrow Begich, that is running. On the Republican On the other hand, the field is full of seven candidates, but State Sen. Mike Dunleavy and former Lt. Gov Mead Treadwell is considered the leader.
A poll released in February revealed that Mr. Walker was the least popular governor's reelection this year. A three-way race in November could split the left-wing vote and allow the Republicans to take over the governorship.