Follow June 5 Primary Results with Ballot Brief | KCET
Follow June 5 Primary Results with Ballot Brief
Shortly after 8 p.m. on Election Day, the first set of results will be released by California's Secretary of State, and Ballot Brief will be there to capture and display those results throughout the night here. We'll also be filing stories in our BallotWire blog and live tweeting from @KCETnews.
In the meantime, if you're casting your ballot on Tuesday, here's some important information for you:
- Follow the Money in the June 2012 Primary: Props 28 and 29
- One-Third of L.A.'s Judicial Candidates 'Not Qualified,' Report Says
- California's New Top Two Primaries Explained
- More Prop 29 Facts to Make Your Head Spin (That's Not a Buzz)
- How to Deconstruct Those Glossy Political Ads
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