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Primary colors: Breaking down the latest congressional contests

Political Theater, Episode 325

Angela Alsobrooks, second from right, Democratic Senate candidate from Maryland, and Gov. Wes Moore, D-Md., left, pose for picture with voters on the state’s primary election day at Lewisdale Elementary School in Chillum, Md., on Tuesday.
Angela Alsobrooks, second from right, Democratic Senate candidate from Maryland, and Gov. Wes Moore, D-Md., left, pose for picture with voters on the state’s primary election day at Lewisdale Elementary School in Chillum, Md., on Tuesday. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

The races that will shape November’s election continue to come into focus now that we have primary results in Maryland, West Virginia and Nebraska, with consequences at the House, Senate and even presidential level. Roll Call elections analyst Nathan Gonzales discusses those races and his latest Inside Elections ratings changes. 

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