Democratic Assemblyman Marc Levine greater his lead above Republican Robert Howell to 10,305 votes Tuesday in the race for the next spot on the November ballot for insurance policies commissioner.
Levine was in 3rd moving into Monday’s depend, 1,472 votes behind Howell. Levine moved into 2nd Monday, getting a 4,481-vote guide above Howell, a cybersecurity products company. Howell led by 28,908 votes coming into Friday’s vote rely, 25,401 getting into Thursday’s, 13,692 votes getting into Wednesday’s and 18,689 votes entering previous Tuesday’s.
Levine, D-San Rafael has 1,170,985 votes (18.1%) to 1,160,680 (17.9%) for Howell, according to figures released by the Secretary of State’s Office. Incumbent Democrat Ricardo Lara prospects with 2,340,611 votes (36.2%).
Lance Ray Christensen’s direct in the race for the second location on the November ballot for condition superintendent of community instruction grew by 281 votes Tuesday to 35,829. The instruction coverage executive led trainer Ainye E. Extensive by 35,548 votes moving into Tuesday’s rely and 36,186 votes moving into Monday’s.
Christensen has 707,201 votes (11.7%) to 671,372 (11.1%) for Prolonged. Incumbent Tony K. Thurmond qualified prospects the nonpartisan contest with 2,788,625 votes (46.2%).
In the attorney general’s race, former Assistant U.S. Legal professional Typical Nathan Hochman experienced his guide around fellow Republican Eric Early, an lawyer and business proprietor, increase by 787 votes to 112,881. Hochman led by 112,094 votes entering Tuesday’s depend, 111,947 votes moving into Monday’s, 117,371 getting into Friday’s, 115,544 votes entering Thursday’s and 105,897 votes coming into Wednesday’s.
Hochman has 1,200,276 votes (18.%) to 1,087,395 (16.3%) for Early. Appointed Democratic incumbent Rob Bonta qualified prospects with 3,624,281 (54.8%).
An estimated 488,739 ballots stay unprocessed statewide, according to the Secretary of State’s Business office.