How the Races Stand in CA and Elsewhere After Yesterday’s Primaries

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After yesterday’s primaries, a number of races are decided. A few are hopeful, others are not.

State Senator Brian Dahle (R-Bieber) from Northern California will face California Governor Gavin Newsom (C-Commie) in November’s gubernatorial contest.

Newsom won 60.8% of the state’s voters and Dahle 15.2% of the vote, according to preliminary election returns, KTLA reports.

California has a bizarre system of voting that ignores party in the last round. It basically ensures a Democrat win.

It’s not without hope, however.

“I am grateful for your support and look forward to the general election campaign ahead. On to November,” Republican Lanhee Chen tweeted. Chen won 33 percent of the vote, the New York Times confirms. He gives Republicans some hope for California in the race for Comptroller.

One never knows the future of California for certain. As the new immigrants get a load of what Democrats want for them, they might come around.

IOWA, NEW MEXICO, S. DAKOTA

Retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael Franken bested former U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer to score the Democratic nomination for Iowa’s U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday and will run against Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley in November. Grassley, one of the longest-serving members in Senate history, has held the seat since 1981 and has never received less than 60% of the vote in his re-election bids, reports Axios.

Former television meteorologist Mark Ronchetti has come out ahead in a crowded field to claim victory in the New Mexico GOP primary for governor. He’ll take on Democratic incumbent Michelle Lujan Grisham in November.

Though Ronchetti led the five-way Republican race in fundraising, according to campaign finance reports from the secretary of state’s office, he raised less than half of what Gov. Lujan Grisham brought in for the primary contest, where she ran unopposed, so says NPR.

With the nomination locked up, Kristi Noem will go on to face state House Minority Leader Jamie Smith (D) in the November general election, though she is widely expected to win, The Hill reports.


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mostly grey
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mostly grey
1 year ago

Whatever happens in the primaries is irrelevant, expect more chicanery and trickery, threats of pandemic monkey lockdowns, and finger pointing to GOP as bad, along with outright fraud come beginning of October going into November.And once again the sheeple will fall for it.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
1 year ago
Reply to  mostly grey

Unfortunately, you might be right!

Anonymous
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Anonymous
1 year ago

Democrats willl be in a hopeless position when it’s revealed the FBI set up the Uvalde shooting event for them.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
1 year ago

We are beginning to see the beginnings of “The Great Reset”, but not the reset that the World Economic Forum, Big Tech, and Oligarchs wanted.

Liz
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Liz
1 year ago

It was rigged from the start Newsom, Pelosi, Waters, Stalwell had over 50% of the vote before they even started counting….The only way California can rid themselves of those above is arrest & there is a list of crimes to choose from..California did better with reps this time around. We need arrests to happen before Nov though…..

PanamaPat
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PanamaPat
1 year ago

I ahd a dream! One of these days a resurrected Stalin is elected by the Commiecrats and we will then enjoy the spectacle of watching them rounded up and shot on prime time.

dbobway
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dbobway
1 year ago
Reply to  PanamaPat

Democrats and media just don’t read history.
‘They are but pawns, in the game of Communism.’
All the squicky wheels and good at nothing else,
are eliminated in an elitist world.
Once in power, the cult leaders have no need for such annoying nonsense.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
1 year ago
Reply to  dbobway

They’re too stupid to know better.