Despite the confidence at Kahler Hall, I'm still not comfortable calling any races for anybody.
Things are looking pretty good for the Democrats. I know there are still absentee ballots to be counted, but as of 11:57 pm, more than 70 percent of the precincts are reporting and the local races look like this:
Ken Ulman: 52.84%
Chris Merdon: 42.63%
Steve Wallis: 4.50%
Courtney Watson: 53%District 2:
Tony Salazar: 47%
Calvin Ball: 61%District 3:
Gina Ellrich: 39%
Jen Terrasa: 61%District 4:
Donna Thewes: 39%
Mary Kay Sigaty: 65%District 5:
Tom D'Asto: 35%
Greg Fox: 61%As for the other races, things are pretty much looking like one would expect them to. Of note, however, is Jim Robey's lead over Sandy Schrader in the District 13 Senate race, which stands at 60% to 40%.
Don Dunn: 39%
Hopefully, there will be full resolution tomorrow, though I heard on NPR that Bob Ehrlich isn't going to concede anything any time soon. What this portends for local races, I can't say.