California’s Primary Election was on Tuesday, and county election departments are still counting ballots. They have 30 days from the election to certify the results.
In the meantime, county election departments are updating results throughout the month, and below we have linked to the county and state websites where you can see the results for yourself as they are updated.
The Secretary of State website has the latest numbers from the congressional races, since many of the seats cover more than one county.
There, you can see who’s in the lead for Congressional District 4 (currently represented by Tom McClintock), Congressional District 16 (represented by Jim Costa), Congressional District 21 (represented by TJ Cox), District 22 (represented by Devin Nunes), and District 23 (represented by Kevin McCarthy).
The Fresno County Registrar of Voters is updating results on its website. That’s where you can see the latest on the Fresno mayoral race, council races, superior court judges, and various school bonds.
Kern County also has a website, where you can see results for Kern County supervisors, Bakersfield’s mayor, various bonds, and two measures regarding cannabis in the county.
Kings County Election results are here, where supervisorial seats and school bond measures are at stake.
The Madera County Elections office is updating results every Wednesday and Friday until the election is certified. Results for board of supervisor seats and bonds can be found there.
Mariposa County’s results can be found online where the local board of supervisor seats are being updated.
Merced County’s election results can be found online here. That’s where supervisorial seat results can be found, along with school bonds.
Tulare County’s results can be found by downloading the “Zero Report Excel Version” where supervisorial seats and school bond results are being updated.