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Updated March 13, 2020
In March, California voters went to the polls to vote for presidential nominations, half the state Senate seats, every state Assembly seat, every Congressional seat, a statewide ballot initiative and numerous local measures. While there are still a lot of votes left to be counted, most of the election results are becoming clearer. You can view up-to-date election results on the Secretary of State’s website.
Bernie Sanders won outright, but Biden will get a portion of the delegates. The question will be how many once final votes are counted. Something to watch for is whether this is a sign of Democratic voter sentiment. Meaning, will the progressive Democratic turnout embolden more progressive policy proposals this legislative session or on the November ballot.
Prop. 13: A $15 billion public education facilities bond appears headed to a defeat by a wide margin. Similarly, many local bond and tax increase measures are headed to defeat. Contrary to the Democratic presidential primary results, this could be a signal of overall voter sentiment related to tax/spending proposals.
Key Contested State Senate Races