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The Votes Are In. Here's How To Follow Along With CapRadio's Election Coverage.

Find California, Nevada, Congressional, and Local Election Results Here

On Tuesday, California voters voted in local, state and federal elections. You can find all the latest results and analysis on our Election Day live blog

Here's where you can find midterm election coverage from CapRadio and NPR:

  • Our Keys To The House podcast has background on California's battleground House of Representatives districts — most of which are too close to call.
  • PolitiFact California will continue to fact check claims made by candidates and interest groups.
  • Insight with Beth Ruyak will discuss the key races and issues as votes continue to be counted.
  • We are providing ongoing national, California, Nevada and local coverage on our site and on-air.
  • On Wednesday at 11 a.m., we will air a statewide call-in show with our California Dream partners where we get listener reaction to the election results.
  • Bookmark capradio.org for updates, reaction and analysis from CapRadio and NPR.

 

Stories related to: Election 2018

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Democrats Flipped Seven Targeted House Seats In California. Now What?

December 7, 2018

All counties with contested congressional races have released their final vote tallies, so it’s finally safe to say that Democrats swept all seven congressional seats they were targeting in the state. What does this mean moving forward?

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

Keys To The House

'Statistically Impossible'?

December 4, 2018

On election night, few saw this result coming: Democrats managed to flip all seven California House seats they were targeting. In our final episode of Keys To The House, we discuss how this happened and what it means for the state’s two major parties

Rich Pedroncelli / File / AP

Insight With Beth Ruyak

A Surprise Cliffhanger In A Central Valley House Race

November 29, 2018

Podcast Producer Sally Schilling joins Insight to talk about the surprise cliffhanger in the Central Valley, where a House race originally called for Republican incumbent David Valadao now looks like it may go to Democratic challenger TJ Cox.

Rich Pedroncelli / File / AP

Democrat Edges Ahead In California US House Contest

November 27, 2018

(AP) — Democrat T.J. Cox edged ahead of Republican U.S. Rep. David Valadao following an updated vote count Monday in a House race in California's Central Valley, with more votes still to be counted.