As soon as the bill was signed into law, Republicans organized an effort to recall state Sen.
Former public utilities commissioner Dusty Johnson, Secretary of State Shantel Krebs and state Sen. Her campaign received endorsements from an array of labor unions, progressive advocacy groups and several tribal governments.
State Sen. Janet Nguyen, R-Fountain Valley, held a large lead in early returns in her reelection bid. The race has drawn considerable attention from outside the state. Jon Tester and Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte. Democrats are hopeful she can flip the seat from Republican control now that Republican Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen has announced his retirement. Republicans also nominated a member of Congress, Rep. Steve Pearce, to run for the job. On Tuesday, he defeated publisher Lisa McCormick, who mounted a campaign for governor past year before backing another candidate. Hugin appeared alongside President Trump at the White House previous year but has distanced himself from him since.
A printing error left more than 118,000 names off the lists at 1,530 precincts, according to the county Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's Office. "I don't think there will be a blue wave at all", registered Republican Keith Smith, 66, said outside a Solana Beach polling place where he voted for Cox. The county urged voters not to leave without casting their provisional ballot.
Officials with Linn and Johnson counties said they do not send text notifications regarding polling location information. "Make sure your vote is counted!" He's also taken on the state's gas tax - a favorite punching bag of California Republicans - as well as California's newly implemented "sanctuary" state policy.
More than 92,000 votes were cast as the race narrows to succeed Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, who can not run for a consecutive third term.
Seth Grossman emerged victorious Tuesday in the four-way primary. That's a ding at Democratic U.S. Sen. Joseph Cervantes and former media executive Jeff Apodaca, the son of a former governor.
Iowa governor: Six Democrats will be listed on ballots as they vie to face Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds.
Across the country in Montclair, New Jersey, Lynnette Joy Baskinger, a psychotherapist, said she's fed up with the GOP. Bob Menendez, a Democrat who faced federal bribery charges past year. He was strongly favored to come in first in a race he began nearly four years ago.
Hugin barely concentrated on Goldberg, a former IT professional and construction firm executive.
A number of women won Democratic contests, continuing a trend that began earlier this year.
Hugin has $4.5 million and loaned his campaign about $7.5 million.
Republicans hope that the recent corruption and bribery scandal faced by Menendez will be enough to cast doubt about the incumbent among New Jersey voters.
The president "touches my heart", she said.
He defeated three opponents in the district on Tuesday. Boyanton ran a low-budget campaign. He announced his plans to retire a year ago. Democrats will have a runoff between Howard Sherman and David Baria.
Votes are being tallied in Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota.
This is the first time in state history that voters not tied to a political party will get to vote in a primary contest.
Those who have not picked a party but are registered to vote will get both ballots.
Newsom is California's lieutenant governor and the former mayor of San Francisco. "He will make a BIG difference!"
Trump in a series of Tuesday tweets backed Republican candidates.
In total, there are 10 House races Democrats believe could be competitive in November.
In Clovis, voter Ken Roach, 68, voted to get rid of Democrats.
Denham, 50, owns a small almond orchard and a business building plastic farm containers.
The elections are occurring five months ahead of nationwide congressional elections in November when political control of Congress is at stake.
While Republicans would likely have a hard time winning either the governorship or a Senate seat this fall, party leaders are anxious all-Democrat ballots would depress GOP turnout, hurting more competitive down-ballot races. Republicans face the embarrassing prospect of failing to nominate any candidates in Senate and gubernatorial races.
Trump is a popular punching bag for Democrats and unpopular with independents but maintains strong support and loyalty from the GOP base.