California’s primary election: track election results in your county
California's primary election June 7. Every registered voter in the state should have received their mail-in ballot, though there are options to vote in person and ways to register to vote through today.
In the North State key races for county supervisors, school superintendents, state Legislative seats, and much more will be on local ballots. In many cases, the top two finishers will move on to the November general election, though some will name a winner if the top vote-getter receives more than 50%.
Track unofficial results:
Counties can begin releasing results as soon as polls close at 8 p.m. tonight. Visit your county’s elections department website to track results as they come in.
Monitor statewide unofficial results as they are released using our election tracker:
Other voter information: