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On a busy night of elections, the voting took place in Alabama, Mississippi, New Mexico, New Jersey, South Dakota, Iowa and Montana. Here is a look at some of the largest snack stalls.

Of women hope to make history to have a recall vote for a California judge who a controversial penalty for a college student convicted of sexual assault, 5. June was a busy night of the primary elections nationwide.

Primaries were held in eight U.S. States: Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota.

President Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to praise the Republican, and John Cox, the GOP gubernative candidate in California, who secured enough votes to make it to the General election in November.

“Great night for Republicans! Congratulations to John Cox on a really large number in California. He can win,” Trump said. “So much for the big Blue Wave, it’s a great Red wave. Work hard!”

Great night for Republicans! Congratulations to John Cox on a really large number in California. That he can win. Also Fake news CNN said the trump effect was really big, much bigger than you ever thought possible. So much for the big Blue Wave, it’s a great Red wave. Work hard!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 6. June 2018

Read on for a look at nine of the primary moments you should know.

Newsom, Cox Advance In California Gubernatorial Race

Republican John Cox, who has the support of President Trump appears on the ballot against Democrats, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom this year.

Cox received about a quarter of the votes counted so far, slightly above the former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for second place. Newsom came in first with a comfortable lead.

Cox, 62, earned his wealth as a lawyer, accountant and investor in the Chicago area. In addition, he owns thousands of apartments in the Midwest of the USA. Newsom, 50, is the former mayor of San Francisco.

Trump encourages California voters to support Cox in the primary school with several tweets, calling the businessman a “really good and very competent man.”

California deserves to finally have a great Governor who understands it, boundaries, crime, and lowering taxes. John Cox is the man – he is the best Governor you’ve ever had. I fully support John Cox for Governor and look forward to working with him to be in California Again!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) may 18, 2018

California has the rare opportunity to turn things around and solve the high crime, high taxes, problems, along with so many others. On 5. June., Vote for the GOP Gubernative candidate JOHN COX, a really good and very competent man. He’ll Make California Great Again!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) may 28, 2018

On the morning of the primary, Trump said Cox, “will make a Big difference” in California, which he called a “high taxes, high crime” state.

In High taxes, High crime, California safe from, and votes for Republican John Cox for Governor. He will make a Big difference!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 5. June 2018

Members of Congress, which is forced against Trump in the run-off election

Republicans-Rep. Martha Roby, who criticized repealed their endorsement of President Trump in 2016, not sure of enough votes in the Alabama primary, a runoff will avoid in the next month.

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Rep. Martha Roby, R-Ala., retracted their endorsement of the Trump-before he was elected President-to say to “Access Hollywood” Band of the Trump vulgar things has been published about women.

Almost two years later, her seat is in danger. Roby errors when you achieve the 50-percent threshold in the state of Alabama, in the primary and will face Bobby Bright in a July 17 runoff. Bright, the former mayor of Montgomery, Ala., and only recently, his party changed affiliation from the Democrat. He represents the district in Congress until Roby defeated him in 2010.

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Roby, 41, has represented Alabama’s 2nd congressional district since 2011.

“Donald Trump’s behavior does not make him acceptable as a candidate for President, and I will not vote for him,” Roby said at the time, adding, “Hillary Clinton must not be President, but with Trump leading the ticket, you will.”

Their lack of support for Trump, your goal in the midterm elections. Hell, even a campaign ad in which he turned over to her left, ” you back on President Trump, if he needed you, one of the most published.”

Democrat Tabitha Isner won the Democratic primaries and the face is Bright or Roby in the General election.

Women who compete in Governor’s big win

Rep. Kristi Noem won the Republican primary for Iowa Governor.

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Several women secured their party’s nomination for Governor in the primaries.

Rep. Kristi Noem defeated Attorney General Marty Jackley to be the Republican candidate for South Dakota Governor election race. She is the only woman, the South Dakota Republicans have nominated for the top job. Noem, 46, is expected to face Billie Sutton, a well-funded Democrat and a former professional rodeo cowboy who ran unopposed in the General election.

In New Mexico, Democrats Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, 58 elected, as the party, the candidate for Governor. You will replace face Rep. Steve Pearce, a Republican, in the elections to term-limited Gov. Susana Martinez.

Democrats already control much of New Mexico, politics, including the legislature and other statewide offices. A win for Lujan Grisham, who leads the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and was a vocal critic of Trump, could Republicans be excluded from redistricting efforts in the year 2021.

Acting Gov. Kay Ivey, a 73-year-old Republican, won the GOP primary in Alabama. You will face off against Walt Maddox, a Democrat, in the General.

“I am grateful for the people of Alabama for their support during this journey, and I feel honored to be chosen as the Republican candidate for Governor,” Ivey, was Alabama’s second female Governor in 2017, came to Robert Bentley back, said in a statement to WBRC-TV. “I humbly ask, for the people, the continued support, prayers and votes in November. We keep fighting the good fight!”

In Iowa, Gov. Kim Reynolds to be placed on the General election, as they ran unopposed. The 58-year-old will face Democrat Fred Hubbell, a wealthy businessman, in November.

Reynolds, a former lieutenant governor, as the head of the Hawkeye state, according to Terry Branstad, the US Ambassador took over in China in the year 2017.

New Mexico, shortly before the election, the first Native-American members of Congress

Deb Haaland, a tribal member of Laguna Pueblo, the first Native American woman in Congress.

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Democrat Deb Haaland won her party’s primary in New Mexico on Tuesday night — put you one step closer to the U.S. history as the first Native-American members of Congress. If she wins the General, she would be New Mexico’s 1st congressional district to represent includes Albuquerque.

Haaland is a former leader of the Democratic party in New Mexico and a tribal member of Laguna Pueblo.

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“Donald Trump and the billionaire class, this victory should be a warning shot: the blue wave is coming,” Haaland said after winning her primary.

Haaland face Republican Janice Arnold-Jones in the November General election for the seat vacated by Lujan Grisham. Arnold-Jones ran unopposed.

No party suffered mass casualties in California house race

Both Republicans and Democrats in California appeared to escape the state’s jungle primary relatively unscathed, as a party, which was closed, from certain competitive house races. The jungle primary system pushes the two winners of the race to the November elections, regardless of party.

For the Democrats, house races to close are critical to taking back control of the Congress in the 2018 midterm elections. At least two of their best pickup opportunities in southern California, and not officially, but Democrats, avoided, shut out from the ballot in the vast majority of the state’s top battleground races decided.

Republicans led the pack by a large margin in many of the major races on Tuesday.

In the 48 constituency, incumbent GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was comfortably in first place with about 30 percent of the vote, although they can be attacked by opponents for its relations with Russia. And in the 39th district, to replace retiring Rep. Ed Royce, Republican Young Kim was in advance with about 22 percent of the vote, with Democrat Gil Cisneros is less than 3 points behind.

Republicans Diane Harkey advanced to the November election in the 49th electoral district with 25 percent of the vote as of Wednesday morning, leading the pack by replacing about 8 points in the race for outgoing GOP rep. Darrell Issa.

Democrats need to 23 GOP pick-up-controlled places, to the house in the midterm elections. Of California’s 53 house seats, the Republicans hold 14, and seven of the districts secured, Democrat Hillary Clinton, the 2016 presidential elections.

Judge who convicted Stanford swimmers reminded

Judge Aaron Persky, who sentenced Brock Turner to six months in prison after he was convicted of sex crimes was recalled by the voters in California. He is the first judge to recalls in more than 80 years.

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The judge sentenced a former Stanford University to have attacked swimmers to six months in prison for sexually, a woman was recalled by voters on Tuesday.

Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Brock Turner, who was convicted of two counts of Digital penetration of an unconscious person and a case of assault with intent to rape was dismissed to six months in prison, but Turner is out of prison after only half the time. He was caught and in January 2015 a woman behind a dumpster.

WHY CALIFORNIANS LAUNCHED AN EFFORT TO RECALL JUDGE PERSKY, SENTENCED TO WHO BROCK TURNER

The prison sentence will be a nationwide conversation about campus sexual assault, and whether the nation, the justice system takes the crime seriously enough-even before the height of the #MeToo movement. To remind Michele Dauber, a Stanford University law professor and friend of the victim launched a campaign, Persky.

“This is a historic moment in time. Women stand up for their rights, and it is a national settlement.”

– Michele Dauber, a Stanford University law professor

The recall vote was the first election test of the #MeToo-movement political strengths.

Persky is the first California judge to recalls in more than 80 years.

“The broader message of this victory is that violence against women is now a voting question,” Dauber said in a statement. “This is a historic moment in time. Women stand up for their rights, and it is a national settlement.”

Assistant District Attorney Cindy Hendrickson finished, the remaining four years Persky, an expression, of the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Rosendale face Tester for Minnesota Senate

The Montana state auditor Matt Rosendale won the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate. He is vulnerable in the face incumbent Sen. Jon Tester, a Democrat, in the fall.

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The Montana state auditor Matt Rosendale beat out three other GOP contenders to secure his party’s nomination to face incumbent Sen. Jon Tester, an endangered Democrat in the fall.

Rosendale, the 57-year-old former majority leader in the Senate, was elected as the Montana state auditor in the year 2016. He had the support of Sens. Rand Paul, Mike Lee and Ted Cruz in the primary school.

Tester, a conservative Democrat, moved to cause the anger of the Trump earlier this year, during the kerfuffle over the President decide, the Veterans Affairs Department. Permissible Ronny Jackson, who is the President, a doctor, was his name from consideration for the Cabinet post drew the following allegations about his prescription-drug practices, and the use of alcohol. Jackson was also accused of wrecking a government vehicle under the influence of drugs.

The accusations were levied by the Tester, the office, because he is the top Democrat in the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee.

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“I will fight for more freedom and prosperity for all of Montana,” Rosendale said after his primary victory. “We need to strengthen to send Trump and some conservatives at the end of the liberal constriction.”

Rosendale beat out three other competitors to win Tuesday’s primary: combat veteran Troy Downing, judge Russ Fagg and state Sen. Albert Olszewski.

Menendez survived the primary-to-face pharmaceutical executive

New Jersey sen. Bob Menendez faced by pharmaceutical executive Bob Hugin, a Republican, in the General election.

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New Jersey sen. Bob Menendez survives the Democratic primaries after being embroiled in corruption and bribery case in the last year. The trial ended in a mistrial after the jury said it could not Commission to make a decision, but Menendez was admonished to “strong” by the Senate ethics.

Menendez publisher Lisa McCormick defeated in the primary and will face-pharmaceutical executive Bob Hugin, a Republican, in the fall.

While the PV-even though the two men that can not miss on a ballot until November — Hugin and Menendez take any opportunity to make any impact on the other. Both candidates Rake in millions of dollars in campaign donations.

“My opponent, greedy drug company CEO, Bob Hugin, to answer for his record until the prices for cancer patients, while the million for himself,” said Menendez, after his primary win.

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Hugin has distanced himself from trump during his campaign. He said he is pro-choice, pro-equality in marriage and “strongly support[s] the same wage for the same work.”

In the 2016 presidential election, Clinton took in New Jersey with 55 percent of the vote; Trump received 41 percent.

Iowa, the youngest members of Congress could send, the most ever in Washington

State Rep. Abby Fink Auer won to take the Democratic primary to incumbent Rep. Rod Blum, R-Iowa, in the fall. If she wins, she would be elected the youngest Congressman.

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State Rep. Abby Fink Auer won to take the Democratic primary to incumbent Rep. Rod Blum, a Republican, in the fall.

If she wins the elections, Fink Auer, 28, would be the youngest woman ever voted into Congress. REP. Elise Stefanik, R-NY, currently holds this record, as she was elected, in the year 2014, at the age of 30 years.

Blum faces a difficult re-election campaign in what Fox News has been labeled a toss-up election. He ran freely in the primary, but a group of energized Democrats, vying with him in the Federal election. The seat is one targeted by the democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

“Like I said, from the first day, this is a personal,” Fink Auer said in a statement after their victory. “We started this campaign to stand up for families like mine who work hard and play by the rules, but the odds are stacked against you.”

Thank You, Iowa! I am honored to be your candidate in the First district. From the very first day, I said, to win in this campaign again #ia01 for our families to work, and I will not stop until the work is done. Forward! pic.twitter.com/k0ksluZnoO

— Abby Fink Auer (@Abby4Iowa) 6. June 2018

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @K_Schallhorn.

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