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ABC News is projecting that Democrat Gavin Newsom will win the California Governor's race.
RELATED: Democrat Gavin Newsom wins CA governor's race over Republican John Cox, ABC News projects
ABC News is projecting that Sen. Dianne Feinstein defeated her challenger state Sen. Kevin de Leon in the race for California's U.S. Senate seat.
RELATED: Dianne Feinstein will retain US Senate seat in California, ABC News projects
Congressional District 16 (Costa/Heng)
Democrat Jim Costa appears to be heading back to the House after besting Republican challenger Elizabeth Heng, in a district where registration numbers are split pretty evenly beween Republicans and Democrats.
RELATED: Rep. Jim Costa will retain his seat, defeating newcomer Elizabeth Heng
Congressional District 21 (Valadao/Cox)
Republican Rep. David Valadao (R-Hanford) conceded his seat in the House to Democrat T. J. Cox. Cox's statement won by just over 800 votes, a big difference from Election Night when Valadao led with more than 5,000 votes.
RELATED: Valadao concedes defeat to T.J. Cox
Congressional District 22 (Nunes/Janz)
Republican Rep. Devin Nunes will be heading back to congress after topping Democratic challenger Andrew Janz.
RELATED: Rep. Devin Nunes will retain his seat, defeating Andrew Janz
CA State Senate District 12 (Caballero/Poythress)
The race for State Senate District 12 is still too close to call with Democrat Anna Caballero holding on to a very small lead over Republican Rob Poythress.
RELATED: Democrats' total control of Legislature hinges on race between Caballero and Poythress
CA State Senate District 14 (Vidak/Hurtado)
The race is still tight, but it appears that Democratic challenger Melissa Hurtado appears to have pulled off an upset win over Republican incumbent Andy Vidak.
RELATED: Dem. Melissa Hurtado wins State Senate Dist. 14 in upset
Prop 6: Gas Tax Repeal - NO
California residents voted against Proposition 6 on Tuesday, which means the state's increase on gas and vehicle fees will remain in effect.
RELATED: California voters reject Prop 6, the effort to repeal state's 2017 gas tax
Prop 8: Dialysis Clinic Regulations - NO
California voters on Tuesday rejected a ballot measure that would have capped dialysis clinics' profits in an effort to improve patient care.
RELATED: Prop 8 fails: California voters reject measure to limit dialysis profits
Prop 10: Rent Control Laws - NO
Californians soundly rejected Prop 10 that would have allowed more rent control as a way to alleviate the state's housing crisis.
RELATED: Voters reject Prop 10 that would have allowed more cities to enact rent control, AP projects
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