On Tuesday, voters in Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and Vermont hit the polls to determine which primary candidates would advance to the November general election.
In Florida, self-funding candidate Rick Scott rocked the state Republican Party with his fierce $39 million campaign for the GOP governor's nomination, coming out on top of state Attorney General and establishment favorite Bill McCollum.
Meanwhile, in Arizona, where Sen. John McCain's primary re-election fight put the power of incumbency to the test, the four-term Senator proved that with a $21 million investment in campaign cash and a shift to the right on policy, he could win.
Who's up and who's down after Tuesday night's primaries? Here's the rundown: