Yesterday, I told you which primary races to watch today.
That's a basic run-down on the situation in Connecticut, Georgia's 4th District (Democratic incumbent McKinney may pack it up), and Michigan's 7th (Republican incumbent Schwarz may go home).
Real Clear Politics has a similar Primary Day Primer.
Now, here's where to watch them on the Web:
- Lamont, of course, knows nothing about her, but I'd suggest reading Jane Hamsher at FireDogLake for the Lefty take on the ground battle.
- The hyper-bloggers at The Corner will undoubtedly be on developments all day.
- Pretty much everyone is opining on this race, so pick a blog, any blog.
- In other news, Joe's campaign website was hacked last night, and is still unavailable. Classy.
- Georgia blog Peach Pundit is on all the red clay races today.
- Dignan's 75-Year plan has been following the Johnson campaign for months.
- The Dekalb section of the AJC isn't blogging, bur probably worth a look.
- Oh, and here's the AJC's Political Insider blog.
- The Club for Growth, of course!
- The Adrian Insider is on the race, and notes that the campaign has taken an unconventional turn...onto MySpace.
- The Detroit Free Press' guide to today's Michigan races.
- ColoradoPols has all the primaries covered in Colorado.
- Andy reminds me that the six-way Republican primary squabble in CO-5 is an interesting one, too.
Also, I don't know how I forgot Hotline On Call.