Jill Lavine, registrar of voters in Sacramento County, demonstrates a new digital voting system at the Sacramento County Department of Voter Registration and Elections on Monday, March 5, 2018 in Sacramento.
Democrat Jessica Morse speaks to supporters on June 6, 2018 after advancing from the top-two primary to face Republican Tom McClintock in the 4th Congressional district, which stretches along the Sierra from Roseville to Fresno County.
The Citrus Heights City Council voted to publicly censure Bret Daniels, a councilman who ran for Sacramento County sheriff, after reports to the city’s police department that he stalked a former girlfriend from high school in 2008 and 2017.
4th congressional district Democratic candidate Jessica Morse advanced to the general election on June 5, 2018 to face Republican incumbent Tom McClintock. Here's a look at the final day of her primary campaign in the sprawling district.
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.
Initial reporting put Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones ahead of challengers in the county’s primary elections Tuesday night. Challenger Milo Fitch wasn't ready to concede on Tuesday night, June 5, 2018.
Voters at the McKinley Park library in Sacramento say they had trouble figuring out which polling place to go to on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, under a new voting system approved by California legislators in 2016.