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California June 7 primary preliminary results

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Photo: FLLewis / Media City G --Primary polling location inside fire station 15 at 1420 West Verdugo Avenue Burbank June 7, 2016

Photo: FLLewis / Media City G –Primary polling location inside fire station 15 at 1420 West Verdugo Avenue Burbank June 7, 2016

California June 7 primary preliminary results for 2016 are out. In Los Angeles County more than a million voters cast their ballots, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk’s Office. Here’s a tweet sent out by Los Angeles County Clerk Dean Logan.

The number of county residents registered to vote for the primary 4,809,383. Like voters across the county and throughout the state, yesterday thousands of Burbankers went to the polls set up in residential garages, schools, and even fire stations. Statewide, 17,915,053 Californians were registered to vote in the primary.  That means 72.29 percent of eligible California citizens are registered to vote. California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, says that’s the highest ever statewide voter registration for a primary election.

Here are some statewide figures from the top races:

Democratic Presidential race

Hillary Clinton 1,940,580 55.8%
Bernie Sanders 1,502,043 43.2%

U.S. Senate to replace retiring Barbara Boxer

Kamala Harris 2,051,048 40.3%
Loretta Sanchez 943,002 18.5%

State Assembly District 43 to replace termed out Mike Gatto

Laura Friedman 24,372 31.9%
Ardy Kassakhian 18,618 24.4%

State Senate District 25 to replace termed out Carol Liu

Michael D. Antonovich 64,114 40.2%
Anthony J. Portantino 43,195 27.1%

Proposition 50
Yes 3,756,183 75.3%
No 1,234,324 24.7%

See more statewide election results here .

In the county, the race to replaced termed out Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich.

Los Angeles County Supervisor  District 5

Kathryn Barger 77,131 29.78%
Darrell Park 38,911 15.02%

See the Los Angeles County election results here. On July first the County Clerk’s office is scheduled to certify the election. A short time later, the Board of Supervisors will declare the results official. The certified results must be reported to the Secretary of State by July 8, 2016.

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