NYT vote count update (top slot now called for Harkey). Levin is holding over 17% with 63% of precincts reporting. There's some chance Sara may stage a late surge... but it's looking a lot like Harkey/Levin in November.
The good news is that we didn't get locked out of CA49. Democrats also landed a candidate in the top two in CA39, CA48, and CA50, all very important districts that were in danger of lock-outs. So Democrats will be on the ballot in all of these key districts in November. That's a big step towards re-taking the House.
In our little district, it turns out that all three Democrats in the pack behind Harkey were viable in the end (and were fine strategic voting choices). Kristin Gaspar and Rocky Chavez trailed far behind in the single digits.
We'll post another update in the morning... and if Sara does catch Mike with a photo-finish, we'll update over the next few days as the provisional ballots and last minute mail ballots get counted.
Voices of the 49th is committed to making sure that voters in the 49th congressional district have a meaningful choice in November... which means engaging, educating, informing, and influencing voters through the jungle primary in June so that a Democrat makes it on to the final ballot.