California primary

    June 5, 2012
    Updated: July 13, 2012, 11:30 a.m.

    Top runoff candidates

    Dem only
    7
    Dem leads
    26
    Pending
    0
    GOP leads
    18
    GOP only
    2
    Current balance

    Results by legislative district

    Your district: --

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    • All regions
    • Northern California
    • Greater Sacramento
    • Bay Area
    • Central Coast
    • Central California
    • Inland Empire
    • Southern California
    • San Diego/Imperial

    Under California’s new top-two primary system, a runoff will take place in November in all of the state’s congressional, Assembly and Senate districts. In some districts, the candidates will be from different political parties; in others, both candidates will be from the same party. The cartogram above shows each district as a square of equal size, because all districts have roughly the same population.

    Top runoff candidates

    Dem only
    19
    Dem leads
    7
    Pending
    0
    GOP leads
    8
    GOP only
    6
    Majority threshold

    Results by legislative district

    * Not up for election
    (Shows incumbent party)
    Your district: --

    View by region

    • All regions
    • Northern California
    • Greater Sacramento
    • Bay Area
    • Central Coast
    • Central California
    • Inland Empire
    • Southern California
    • San Diego/Imperial

    Under California’s new top-two primary system, a runoff will take place in November in all of the state’s congressional, Assembly and Senate districts. In some districts, the candidates will be from different political parties; in others, both candidates will be from the same party. The cartogram above shows each district as a square of equal size, because all districts have roughly the same population.

    Top runoff candidates

    Dem only
    15
    Dem leads
    34
    Pending
    0
    GOP leads
    25
    GOP only
    6
    Majority threshold

    Results by legislative district

    Your district: --

    View by region

    • All regions
    • Northern California
    • Greater Sacramento
    • Bay Area
    • Central Coast
    • Central California
    • Inland Empire
    • Southern California
    • San Diego/Imperial

    Under California’s new top-two primary system, a runoff will take place in November in all of the state’s congressional, Assembly and Senate districts. In some districts, the candidates will be from different political parties; in others, both candidates will be from the same party. The cartogram above shows each district as a square of equal size, because all districts have roughly the same population.

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