Remember last week's Republican chart? Here's an early run at filling in some of the gaps, this time with Idaho results as of 90 minutes after polls closing (262 of 936 precincts, still, obviously, far from complete):
|US House OR 1||Cornilles||39%||Kuzmanich
|US House OR 5||Bruun||64%||Thompson||36%|
|US House ID 1||Ward||42.2%||Labrador||44.4%|
|US House ID 2||Simpson||57.8%||Heileman
|OR House 58||Jenson*||53%||Mathisen*||47%|
|OR House 57||Smith*||62%||MacLeod*||38%|
|OR House 17||Sprenger*||68%||Cuff*||32%|
|OR Senate 19||Griffith*||49%||Kremer*||51%|
Early take: Put these two Idaho House races together with insurgent concerns with Senator Mike Crapo (winning with 80%), Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter (winning with 55.2% in a field of six, the nearest competitor getting half the votes he is) and you have to think that the insurgency - call it the Tea Party or whatever - isn't an enormous factor.
The 1st District race is still too close to call, and Labrador, supported by many of the insurgents, is doing well and could win it. But a large part of the reason for that, if it happens, would be the implosion of the Ward campaign over the last couple of months.