PRIMARY COVERAGE….I’m not planning to blog today’s primaries too obsessively, but my guess is that Firedoglake is the go to site for Lieberman-Lamont blogging while Dignan’s 75 Year Plan is handling the honors for the McKinney-Johnson race down in Georgia.

For official results, your best bet is probably the Hartford Courant for the Connecticut race and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for the Georgia race. Enjoy.

UPDATE (10:45 EDT): Lamont leads Lieberman 52%-48% with 87% of precincts reporting. Lieberman would have to receive 60% of the remaining votes to win.

Johnson leads McKinney 58%-42% with 67% of precincts reporting. McKinney would have to receive 67% of the remaining votes to win.

UPDATE (11:05 EDT): Lieberman has conceded. Ned Lamont is the Democratic candidate for senator from Connecticut.

McKinney appears to be about 9,000 votes behind with 8,000 votes left to be counted. Hank Johnson is the Democratic candidate for congress from DeKalb County, Georgia.