Super Tuesday Wraps Up

Super Tuesday Wraps Up
(Undated) -- Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell will face Democrat Allison Lundergan Grimes in November after easily winning the Republican Primary Tuesday night. Kentucky was one of six states holding primaries in a midterm version of "Super Tuesday." Georgia Governor Nathan Deal will face the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter in November after being the projected winner in the Republican Primary. Deal will be challenged by Jason Carter, who ran unopposed in the Democratic Primary.
Democrat Michelle Nunn is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate in Georgia. The daughter of longtime Senator Sam Nunn faced three opponents in the primary, but none who posed a serious challenge. The Republican contest is heading to a July 22nd runoff between David Perdue and Jack Kingston.
Businessman Tom Wolf is going to be the Democratic challenger to incumbent Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett. Wolf easily defeated three fellow Democrats for the right to take on the Republican Corbett in November. In a Democratic congressional race, State Representative Brendan Boyle easily beat Chelsea Clinton's mother-in-law Marjorie Margolies.
The Arkansas gubernatorial race is all set. Republican Asa Hutchinson won the GOP primary over businessman Curtis Coleman. He'll face Democrat Mike Ross who beat substitute teacher Lynette Bryant. The race for the U.S. Senate is going to be a showdown between incumbent Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton. Neither candidate faced opposition in their party's primaries. Democratic Senator Mark Pryor is seeking his third term.
Monica Wehby is the winner of the Oregon Republican Senate primary, defeating state Representative Jason Conger Tuesday. The Portland pediatric neurosurgeon will challenge first-term Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley in November. Wehby won some high-profile support from 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.