See how every Sacramento neighborhood voted in 2018 primary

Democrat Gavin Newsom drew heavy support Tuesday from Sacramento’s urban core — and reliably liberal Yolo County — while Republican John Cox performed well in Sacramento’s suburbs, according to a Bee review of local election returns. The two will face off in the general election for California governor in November.

The million-dollar race for Sacramento district attorney appeared to be a landslide as of late Tuesday night. Despite hundreds of thousands of dollars in targeted ads, Democrat Noah Phillips only led in a handful of central Sacramento neighborhoods. He trailed Anne Marie Schubert in the neighborhood where Stephon Clark was shot.

Incumbent Sheriff Scott Jones appeared to easily fend off a challenge from Milo Fitch. Jones won the large majority of Sacramento County, save the central core.

These maps show election results by precinct and community as of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday. Click the buttons above the maps to switch between contests.

Source: Local election departments

Note: Results as of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday. Check back in coming days to see final election results.

Phillip Reese is The Bee’s data specialist and teaches at Sacramento State: 916-321-1137.

Sacramento County DA Anne Marie Schubert declared victory Tuesday, June 5, 2018 over challenger Noah Phillips after a contentious race spotlighted by the shooting of Stephon Clark and the arrest of a suspect in the East Area Rapist case.