primaries appear all but decided, as the associated press and the r-n-c are both declaring edward gillespie the winner on the gop side. he leads fellow candidate corey stewart by less than 5 thousand votes. stewart has not conceded the race, and may call for a recount. on the democratic side-- lieutenant governor ralph northam won handily, beating out his competitor tom perriello with 56 percent of the vote. good morning washington. toss to eileen - not as hot, but still very humid today - thunderstorms this afternoon - slightly cooler, less humid tomorrow - hot and humid for father's day weekend today: partly cloudy. warm and very humid. thunderstorms likely. highs: 84-88 winds: n to e 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. patchy fog. lows: 65-69 winds: e 5 mph thursday: mo slightly less humid. highs: 80-84 winds: se 5-10 mph the search for who truck... in maryland city! sky trak 7 -- flew over the scene tuesday afternoon. police tell us that the man - armed with a rifle - held up the crew of a brinks truck. it happened outside the navy federal credit union, in maryland city plaza...
side-- it appears edward gillespie has scored a narrow victory over challenger corey stewart. but don't tell that to stewart. his campaign says this race is still too close to call. according to his campaign spokesperson, not only is he not ready to conceed, he is also not ruling out a call for a recount. the republican race is still up in the air, the republican race is still up in the air, but on the democratic side, it was much more one sided. northam -- winning the democratic nomination for governor - beating out his competitor tom perriello with 56 percent of the vote. he spoke to supporters last night. it wasn't all smiles and good times for northam. his event was interrupted by demonstrators protesting natural gas pipeline projects. northham has not endorsed or condemned the project, only saying that pipelines should get strict environmental reviews. meanwhile-- northam's democratic rival, tom perriello, tweeted this out last night. he congratulated the lt. governor on his win, and called on the party to unify ahead of the general election. to see full results -- and to rea
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