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Published 7:00pm Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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12:00: Mixed showings for GOP veterans in Fla., Wis.

11:45: Nolan will face Cravaack

11:25: Severtson will request recount in mayor race

11:20: USC will get a new school

11:06: Quist over Parry in 1st District

Preliminary results:

United South Central referendum
Yes: 1,687
No: 1,259

Albert Lea mayor (2 of 3 advance)
Keith Porter Sr.: 305
Vern Rasmussen: 850
John Severtson: 301

Freeborn County Commissioner District 3 (2 of 3 advance)
Jim Nelson: 172
David Shoff: 143
Ron Steckman: 165

Republicans running for 1st Congressional District (1 advances)
Mike Parry: 10,569
Allen Quist: 12,494

Republicans running for House District 24A (1 advances)
Larry Johnson: 763
John Petersburg: 1,488

Democrats running for U.S. Senate (1 advances)
Dick Franson: 6,743
Amy Klobuchar: 181,772
Jack Edward Shepard: 6,565
Darryl Stanton: 5,067

Republicans running for U.S. Senate (1 advances)
Kurt Bills: 62,816
Bob Carney Jr.: 16,479
David Carlson: 43,088

Independence Party members running for U.S. Senate (1 advances)
Glen R. Anderson Menze: 2,021
Stephen Williams: 2,997

10:50: Leading GOP state senator advances

10:41: Parry concedes to Quist

10:20: Minn. primary turnout lags

9:46: Bills wins primary, will face Klobuchar

9:40: Kline advances in bid for 6th term

9:35: Hernandez wins GOP nod to take on McCollum

9:16: Bachman dispatches foes

9:07: Longtime GOP lawmaker knocked out.

8:50: Klobuchar wins handily.

8 p.m.: Polls close.

7:57 p.m.: Primary results from around the country.

7:40: Races we are tracking tonight: United South Central referendum, Albert Lea mayor, Freeborn County Commissioner District 3, Republicans running for House District 24A, Democrats running for U.S. Senate, Republicans running for U.S. Senate, Independence Party members running for U.S. Senate and Republicans running for 1st Congressional District.

See preview story about the primary here.

7 p.m.: Polls close in one hour. Be sure to vote today.

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