Early reports from Drudge are that Lamont (with a third of precincts reporting) is winning and McKinney (with a tenth of precincts reporting) is losing. McKinney’s probable loss is scarcely surprising because she had a viable opponent and was becoming too nutsy to be of any value to her constituents. Connecticut, however, should be a very interesting place to watch in coming months. That’s where the real battle between the Kos Democrats and the traditional Democrats will play out in the coming months. And, yes, I know that the battle is playing out even as we speak with Lamont’s impending primary victory the first skirmish. The question is whether the national Democrats will sit aside and let this happen, or whether they’ll back away from the ideological cliff and rally to Lieberman in November.