Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
* Despite polling from a few months ago showing the incumbent likely to lose, Hawaii Gov. David Ige won his Democratic primary against Rep. Colleen Hanabusa by seven points on Saturday.
* In the multi-candidate Democratic primary in Hawaii's 1st congressional district, former Rep. Ed Case prevailed and is heavily favored to return to Capitol Hill in January. Kaniela Ing, who received a high-profile endorsement from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, finished a distant fourth.
* Tomorrow will be a fairly busy day for election watchers, with statewide primaries in four states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Connecticut, and Vermont.
* In Kansas' still unresolved Republican gubernatorial primary, Secretary of State Kris Koback leads incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by 110 votes, though officials are scheduled to begin tallying provisional ballots today.
* On a related note, Colyer, who has already accused Kobach of irregularities, has hired outside legal counsel, signaling what's likely to be a contentious process.
* Ahead of tomorrow's primary election in Minnesota, Rep. Keith Ellison (D), who's running for state attorney general, is denying allegations that he abused a former girlfriend. The accuser, Karen Monahan, has suggested she has video proof, but at this point, nothing has been released, and the congressman denies the video's existence.