Tuesday marks yet another big day of primary contests across the country. Voters in Colorado, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma, and Utah will all hit the polls to pick candidates for the November 6 general election, now just over four months away.
In Colorado, voters will decide just how liberal they want their state to be, as Republicans, Democrats, and undeclared voters, for the first time in a primary, select nominees for governor. Maryland Democrats are also choosing a gubernatorial nominee, and the results are more likely to be based on geography than ideology. And in New York, four young, upstart liberals are challenging long-term congressional incumbents from the left.
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