Update 9:22 pm: Fox News had polls closing in Arizona at 7 pm local, 9 pm eastern and the NY Times concurs but no results expected for at least another 40 minutes or so. Meanwhile, I’m watching the results in Florida which are looking extremely close in the Senate and the Governor’s race.
I’ll be watching the Senate races in three western states tonight: Arizona, Montana, and Nevada.
Polls close in Arizona at 9 pm eastern, right as this post goes up. That’s supposed to be one of the close races of the night between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema. McSally had a narrow lead in the Real Clear Politics average of polls so we’ll see if that holds up. It’s hard to believe Arizonans would vote for a Democrat who insults the state as often as Sinema has over the years, but we’ll know soon enough.
Polls close in Montana and Nevada at 10 pm eastern. In Montana the Senate race between Jon Tester and Matt Rosendale. Here RCP shows Democrat Jon Tester with a narrow advantage but as Allahpundit noted this morning, the two most recent polls were split and both showed a very tight race. So this could still happen.
Finally, the Nevada Senate race between Republican Dean Heller and Democrat Jacky Rosen is rated a tie by RCP, but the most recent poll had Rosen up by four. Nevada’s Jon Ralston suggested a few days ago that early vote seemed to be favoring Rosen. So, again, we’ll see if that trend continues over the next couple of hours.
Stay tuned for updates.