California 2018 Primary Live Results

By John Osborn D’Agostino

OK, that’s it for the most part. This data will continue to update as more votes are tallied in the weeks to come.

Important Note: Top two candidates in each race will compete in November, except in the special election in the Fullerton area (Senate District 29). The Superintendent of Public Instruction race may have an outright winner if any candidate gets 50% + 1 vote.

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Contests to Watch

Highlighted candidates currently top two candidates
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Incumbent

Governor

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U.S. Senate

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Attorney General

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U.S. House of Representatives District 39

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U.S. House of Representatives District 48

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U.S. House of Representatives District 49

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CA Assembly District 15

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CA Assembly District 58

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CA Assembly District 76

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CA Senate District 32

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Governor

Chief Executive of California
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Other
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Incumbent

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50%

100%

U.S. Senator

Represents California in the U.S. Senate
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Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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Lieutenant Governor

The Governor's No. 1
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Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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0

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Secretary of State

California's Administrative Secretary
Democrat
Republican
Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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100%

Controller

California's Bookkeeper and Auditor
Democrat
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Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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50%

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Treasurer

Golden State Banker
Democrat
Republican
Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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100%

Attorney General

California's Top Law Enforcer
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Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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Insurance Comissioner

Regulator of Insurance Markets
Democrat
Republican
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Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

The Public Face of Education
Democrat
Republican
Other
Currently Top Two
Incumbent

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Propositions

Position with 50% + 1 votes wins

Proposition 68

A $4 Billion Bond for (Mostly) Water

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Proposition 69

Gas Tax Lock Box

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Proposition 70

Cap-and-Trade Approval Rule

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Proposition 71

When Ballot Measures Take Effect

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Proposition 72

Lets You Capture Rainwater Tax-Free

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Special Election: CA Senate District 29 Recall

32.6% precincts reporting, updated 11:59 p.m.
Democrat
Republican
Other

Shall Josh Newman be recalled?

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YES

31,119

61.7%

NO

19,368

38.3%

If recalled, which candidate should succeed

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Ling Ling Chang

16,981

35.6%

Bruce Whitaker

9,591

20.1%

Joseph Cho

9,394

19.7%

Board of Equalization

Publicily Elected Tax Commission

U.S. House of Representatives

California's 53 repesentives in Congress

California Senate

Golden State's Upper Legislative Chamber

California Assembly

Golden State's Lower Legislative Chamber