Florida (polls close 7/8pm eastern)
The big story for these primaries is the governor’s race in Florida. The Trump-endorsed DeSantis has dominated the market for some time, but a few recent polls have shown that Putnam is either reasonably close or even leading. This is easily my pick for most likely to flip (though of course that’s no guarantee – and Trump will be tweeting out his endorsement a few more times before election day). Meanwhile, things on the Democratic side seem to favor Graham overall, though you never really know how four-way races are going to break in the end and she is by no means in a dominant position. As for the House races – I’ll let you wade into those at your leisure. Nothing struck me as immediately likely to flip, but then again there’s so many surely at least one will, right?
Florida has substantial early-voting. The data-oriented trader would do well to have a gander at the statistics of ballots cast by mail and in-person and where from and so on.
Oklahoma (polls close 8pm eastern)
Remember this race from back in June? The three-way contest is now down to two, with Stitt the favorite (despite Cornett winning Round 1). This one might be fun on election night, as both have quite distinct geographic bases: Stitt in Tulsa, Cornett in Oklahoma City (see round one results here). Of course, it could also be a blowout.
Arizona (polls close 10pm eastern)
Not a whole lot to say here! McSally should win. Sinema should crush. Maybe the sleeper watch is AZ-2, where Heinz might upset Kirkpatrick?
Like Florida, Arizona has quite a bit of early voting. And there’s a website that lets you peruse it in quite some detail, if you’d like.
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