CapRadio has the latest election results for California's Primary Election on June 3, 2014. Results will be updated automatically. Be sure to refresh your page for the latest numbers.
Capital Public Radio has comprehensive coverage of the June 3rd primary election and November general election. This is your resource for stories, information and results on races and measures affecting our region.
UPDATE: Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders have released a new $7.2 billion water bond proposal, but there's no deal yet. To buy more time, lawmakers have extended Monday's key election deadline by 48 hours.
(AP) -- One of the seven candidates for this year's Secretary of State race has been fined by the Fair Political Practices Commission.
The votes have been counted and certified for the City and County of Sacramento. The race for the top two in one city council race was decided by only 100 votes.
(AP) -- More Nevadans chose the "None of the above" option on their ballots over Democratic gubernatorial nominee Robert Goodman.
(AP) --Though turnout was light during Nevada's Primary Election, it was not the lowest in history. CapRadio has a roundup of results for state and Washoe County races.
Two have emerged from a crowded field of candidates in the race to be the next Reno mayor.
(AP) -- Nevada voters head to the polls in Tuesday's primary.
The races for some of California’s top jobs generally went as expected. But there were a few surprises.
CapRadio wraps up its primary election coverage and has state and local results.
Polls for the 2014 Primary Election closed at 8 p.m. CapRadio will have continuous updates throughout the evening with the latest news, voting information and resources.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari has pushed past Republican candidate Tim Donnelly in a new poll of likely voters.
An incumbent, a community organizer, and a write-in candidate make up the field for the Sacramento City Council District 5 race.
Two veteran law enforcement officers are vying for the sheriff's office in Stanislaus County in next week's election.
Stanislaus County's first female District Attorney faces a challenger has often been on the other side of the courtroom at the defense table.
California's Primary Election Day is one week away and in the City of Sacramento three people are running for the vacant District Seven City Council seat.
A hotly watched race this primary is the 7th Congressional District, where three Republicans hope to unseat Democrat Ami Bera.
In the last the last two weeks before the June primary election, Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari says he has $1.4 million on hand for his campaign.
In the June 3rd Primary Election, two people are running against an incumbent to become California’s Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The latest polls have Republican Businessman Neel Kashkari in fourth place in the California governor’s race. But observers say his campaign may actually have a strategic advantage.
The filing period for the race for Mayor in Reno officially opened Monday. More candidates than expected are already in the race.
A tea party Republican in Democratic California may face long odds when it comes to being elected governor. But one Assemblyman insists he’s the man for the state’s top job.
California’s high-stakes battle over medical malpractice damages could move to the ballot box next year. The initiative campaign seeking to increase the cap on “pain and suffering” awards will pit trial lawyers against doctors.
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Insight: News Network: Dan Walters / Crocker Returns Artifacts / "She Has a Name" / Life in 24 FramesTuesday, June 3, 2014
It's Election Day and SacBee's Dan Walters will discuss primaries. Curator John Caswell talks about returning artifacts belonging to Japanese artists who were sent to internment camps during WWII. Plus, the band Life in 24 Frames stops by.
Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Sac City & Davis Election Round-up / B St. Theatre Loan / Bike Month FollowMonday, June 2, 2014
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin discusses the resignation of the Veteran Affairs chief. CapRadio's Bob Moffitt and Jeff Hudson will take a look at local races for tomorrow's primary election. Plus, B Street Theater's $8.4 million loan and Bike Month.
Insight speaks with the three candidates for the Sacramento County District Attorney's office.
A discussion on how key issues are separating the candidates for CA's Superintendent of Public Instruction. Authors talk about the 3rd annual Summer Words creative writing conference and pet expert Gina Spadafori talks about kittens in shelters.
Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / News Network: San Joaquin Elections / Climbing Everest / Joni Morris Patsy Cline TributeTuesday, May 27, 2014
Political Junkie Ken Rudin catches us up on what's happening across the country. In Stockton, Rich Ibarra outlines high-profile races. Local climber Jim Geiger talks about his Mt. Everest experience and Joni Morris on her tribute to Patsy Cline.
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