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 in Orange County with about 55 percent of the vote in early returns, and she led Vermont Senator statewide by 16 points. Clinton has already been declared the presumptive Democratic nominee, but Sanders in Santa Monica promised to fight on for at least another week. Donald Trump, the preumptive GOP nominee, led in Orange County and statewide with over 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. Under California law, the two top vote-getters in the primary will face each other in November.
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 39th District, Republican Ed Royce led with 63 percent of the vote.
State Senate — Republican John M.W. Moorlach led with 55 percent of the vote to Democrat Ari Grayson’s 45 percent in the race for the 37th District spot.
State Assembly — Eighty seats in the State Assembly are up for election this year. In the 69th District, Democrat Tom Daly led 69 percent to Republican Ofelia Velarde-Garcia’s 31 percent. In the 73rd District, William (Bill) Brough ran unopposed, receiving 100 percent of the vote.
County Supervisor, First District — County Supervisor Andrew Do was leading with 35.8 percent to Michale Martinez’s 35.5 percent, Phat Bui’s 19 percent and Steve Rocco’s 10 percent.
Ballot Measures –Voters approved two measures on Tuesday’s ballot — one that will establish an ethics commission to enforce local campaign finance laws and another that will give voters an idea how much future measures would cost taxpayers.