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Moran, Wolf and Wittman win

We're calling Moran, Wolf and Wittman, with roughly sixty percent of precincts reporting in each of the Congressional races.

Moran won a 10th term to the 8th Congressional District. He had 66 percent of the vote to Ellmore's 31 percent. Wolf held onto his advantage over Feder, 62 percent to 35 percent, in the 10th Congressional District. In the 1st District, Wittman maintained a 58 percent lead over Day's 40 percent.

The 11th Congressional District is still too close to call. Connolly has 52 percent to Fimian's 45 percent.

By Kristen Mack  |  November 4, 2008; 10:03 PM ET
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