Voting ended at allThe primary election took place on Tuesday as the California elections ended at 11pm ET. Some high-ranking officials, including South Dakota Governor Christie Noam and Republicans John Dune and Chuck Crosley, have defeated their primary rivals, and their general election contenders are set for November.
In California, the results of many races will not come Tuesday night because the state is holding its elections by mail. It also promotes those who get the first two votes running in November, which is non-partisan, meaning that some match-ups could lead to a clash between two Democrats or two Republicans.
Representative David Valadao, one of California’s primary challengers, is one of 10 House Republicans who voted to oust former President Donald Trump. The two Republicans are challenging Vladivostok primary, former city councilor Chris Mathews and Board of Education trustee Adam Madiros, but Trump does not approve of either of them.
State legislator Rudy Salas is expected to be the Democratic nominee against Vladivostok, who is seeking to retain a seat he held in the Democrats until 2020.
Democrats Katie Porter, Josh Harder and Mike Levine are on the National Republican target list and are waiting to see who will challenge them this November. Of the three, Levine could face the toughest competition, according to data from Dave’s redistributor.
CBS News predicts Governor Gavin Newsom will advance to the general election. Senate Alex Patila, who was appointed to end the term of Vice President Kamala Harris, has advanced to the general election in both the regular and special elections for the US Senate.
Two top local elections are taking place in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Corsetti is time-limited, and representative. Karen Boss and real estate developer Rick Caruso are leading the competition. A UC Berkeley Institute of Government Studies Poll The pass has been 38% since the end of May, and Caruso has shown 32%, but if no candidate gets 50% of the vote, the first two contestants will go to the runoff in November.
In San Francisco, progressive district attorney Chesa Boudin faces a recall vote, with some polls suggesting he is in danger of losing his seat.
Meanwhile, in South Dakota, Republican Gov. Christy Noam won the Republican nomination for governor after facing a primary challenge from the right. Noem, one of the rising stars of the Republican Party, who is likely to run in the presidential election, focused his victory speech on President Joe Biden. He faces Democrat Jamie Smith in November, who ran unopposed on Tuesday.
The current Senate is vying for a fourth term. John Dune also defeated his primary rivals.
In Iowa, 88-year-old Sen. Chuck Crosley, who has served in the Senate since 1981, escaped Iowa State Senator Jim Carlin’s primary challenge.
Crosley faces Michael Franken, who defeated former U.S. envoy Abby Finkenoir. He was elected to Congress in 2018, but failed in his attempt for re-election in 2020. After that Finkenoir had to fight to get to the polls.That she did not have enough signatures to qualify for the primary ballot. The Several days later.
Considered a pioneer in Frankenauer racing, Frankenauer helped close the gap with Fingena by spending more than he did on advertising. He often helped his military service to appeal to independents and some moderate Republicans.
“We’ve going to work very hard. The central idea of this campaign is leadership, which is often overlooked and underestimated. It motivates us,” Franken said at a victory ceremony Tuesday night. “It’s time to dump her and move on.”
Republicans have set their sights on Democrat New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. Television meteorologist Mark Ronchetti won the Republican primary in November against Lujan Grisham. Lujan Grisham ran unopposed as the Democratic nominee.
As the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol prepares for a public hearing this month, Democrat Select Committee Chairman Rep. The Associated Press reports that Penny Thompson has won her primary post.
Primary matches were also held in New Jersey. Representative of the Democratic Party. Tom Malinowski was transformed into the most favorable district for the Republicans and won by just 1 point in 2020. Tom Keane Jr. won the Republican primary in the 7th District of New Jersey and will face Malinowski in the same race in 2020.
In New Jersey’s 2nd congressional district, Jeff van Drew, a defector who changed party in 2019, approved Trump’s vote against his removal. In the 8th district, the long sen. Robert Menendez Jr., son of Robert Menendez, won the Democratic primary.