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Get live California Primary Election results

June 5, 2012 |  7:00 pm

Click for live coverage of the California primary

As the votes are counted, you can get the latest information on results in all of the state's political races, from president to state Assembly. 

Our searchable database allows you to see the most up-to-date vote counts in this unprecedented primary election, run under new primary rules and newly drawn political maps.

Check in on the hottest local races around the state, including pension battles in San Diego and San Jose that are being closely watched in Sacramento as state lawmakers contemplate changes to retirement benefits statewide.

LIVE RESULTS: California primary

Voters will also decide whether to assess a new $1 per-pack tax on cigarettes and make changes to the state's term-limits law.

And oh yeah, we also have a presidential contest tonight, though the outcome was all-but-decided weeks ago, as President Obama and Mitt Romney each stand to win their party's primary contest here.


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--Anthony York in Sacramento

Twitter: @AnthonyYorkLAT

Photo: Voters cast their ballots in Wisconsin. Credit: Jeffrey Phelps / Associated Press