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Checking In On The Washington Top-Two Primary

OPB | Aug. 6, 2014 12:10 p.m. | Updated: Aug. 6, 2014 2:14 p.m.

Vancouver voters dropped off the last of their ballots on Tuesday night. Clark County elections officials say they plan to have most of the ballots counted by Wednesday afternoon.

Vancouver voters dropped off the last of their ballots on Tuesday night. Clark County elections officials say they plan to have most of the ballots counted by Wednesday afternoon.

Conrad Wilson / OPB

Tuesday marked the last day for Washington voters to turn in their primary ballots — and they delivered a historic first. In the state’s Fourth Congressional District two Republicans will advance to the November election.  This is the first time the state’s top-two primary has sent two candidates from the same party to a Congressional race

We’ll get all the details from Washington-based OPB news reporter Austin Jenkins.

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