Highlights from last night's primaries in Virginia, Oklahoma and the runoff elections in Georgia:

  • In the high-profile and nationally watched GOP primary in central Virginia’s 5th district, embattled Freedom Caucus Chair Rep. Bob Good trails state Sen. John McGuire by just 315 votes with roughly 1,500 votes still to be counted.
  • Army veteran Eugene Vindman — who publicized the phone call between President Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky that led to Trump’s first impeachment — easily won the Democratic nomination for northern Virginia’s 7th District.
  • State Sen. Suhas Subramanyam won the Democratic nomination and is the heavy favorite to succeed retiring Democratic Rep. Jennifer Wexton in Virginia’s 10th District.
  • In Oklahoma, Appropriations Chair Tom Cole easily fended off a well-funded challenger who tried to use Cole’s long tenure in D.C. against him.

The bitter contest between Freedom Caucus Chairman Bob Good and state Sen. John McGuire in Virginia’s 5th District is still not resolved. McGuire currently holds a 315-vote lead and has declared victory over the incumbent — but with roughly 1,500 early votes in two Good-won counties still remaining to

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