Here is a summary of the major races. Reload this page often and scroll through the chart above to see the latest results.
President — Hillary Clinton decisively beat Bernie Sanders with 61 percent of the vote in Los Angeles County, and led the Vermont Senator statewide by 16 points. Clinton has already been declared the presumptive Democratic nominee, but Sanders insisted he’ll fight on for at least a week until the final Washington D.C. vote. Donald Trump, with no active opposition, led in Los Angeles County and statewide with more than 76 percent of the vote.
Senate — Attorney General Kamala Harris and Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Garden Grove, will square off in November for the right to succeed the retiring Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate.
Congress — Voters will narrow down the pool of candidates for the fall election. In November, California will elect 53 candidates to serve in the House, one from each of the state’s 53 congressional districts. In the 27th District, Democrat Judy Chu received 67 percent of the vote. In the 28th District, Democrat Adam B. Schiff received 72 percent of the vote.
State Senate — A pool of 34 candidates will vie for two spots on the Nov. 8 ballot. In the 33rd District, Democrat Richard Lara ran unopposed and received 100 percent of the vote. In the 23rd District, Democrat Ronald J. O’Donnell received 67 percent of the vote.
State Assembly — Eighty seats in the State Assembly are up for election this year. Several candidates ran unopposed, and received 100 percent of the vote, including Adrin Nazarian of the 46th District, Ed Chau of the 49th District and Patrick O’Donnell of the 70th District.
County Supervisor — Kathryn Barger is assured of a place in a November run-off election to replace Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich. Her opponent will likely be former state Sen. Bob Huff, but the battle for second – and the right to be on the November runoff ballot – was still close Wednesday morning.
Rep. Janice Hahn, D-San Pedro, and former Manhattan Beach City Councilman Steve Napolitano will be in the November run-off, with Hahn falling just short of the majority needed to win a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors outright.
Long Beach — Residents of District Two will chose from candidates Jeannine Pearce and Eric Gray for a council seat. Citywide, voters cast votes for several local and statewide measures.