Primary results for 2022: California and Iowa

L.A. mayoral race heading to runoff, CBS News projects

Rep. Karen Bass will be facing Rick Caruso, a billionaire real-estate developer and investor in Los Angeles in a race to become mayor of Los Angeles.

U.S. Senate California full term primary results: CBS News projects Alex Padilla and Mark Meuser advance to the general election *

CBS News Projects Sen. Alex Padilla, D (CBS News)top two vote getters will move to the general elections

*top two vote getters will advance

U.S. Senate special California primary results: CBS News projects Alex Padilla and Mark Meuser advance to the general election *

CBS News Projects Sen. Alex Padilla, D (CBS News)* top two vote getters will move on to the general elections.

*top two vote getters will advance to the general election

California Governor primary results: CBS News projects Gov. Gavin Newsom, Brian Dahle and the California Governor

advance to the general elections.

CBS News Projects Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), and Brian Dahle, (R) will move on to the general elections for California governor.

California 22nd Congressional District primary results: CBS News projects Rudy Salas advances to the general election*

U.S. Rep. David Valadao, Rudy Salas, Chris Mathys and Adam Medeiros are all on the ballot.

*top two vote getters will advance

California 27th Congressional district primary results: CBS News projects Christy Smith and Mike Garcia will advance to the general election

CBS News Projects Christy Smith (D), and Mike Garcia (R), will move on to the general elections.

Chesa Boudin recall passes: AP

San Francisco casts vote to recall District Attorney Chesa Bodin.

U.S. Senate Iowa Republican primary results: Chuck Grassley wins

Sen. Chuck Grassley won the Republican primary to become Iowa Senator.

U.S. Senate Iowa Democratic primary results: Michael Franken wins Democratic nomination wins

Michael Franken is nominated for the Democratic nomination to U.S. Senate.

U.S. Senate South Dakota Republican primary results: Sen. John Thune wins

Sen. John Thune was the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, South Dakota.

South Dakota Governor Republican primary results: Gov. Kristi Noem wins

Gov. Kristi Noem was elected South Dakota Governor in the Republican primaries.

New Mexico Governor Republican Primary Results: Mark Ronchetti wins

Mark Ronchetti won the Republican primary election in New Mexico.

New Jersey 7th district Democratic primary results: Tom Malinowski won

Rep. Tom Malinowski won New Jersey’s Democratic Primary in the 7th District.

New Jersey 7th Congressional Republican Primary: Tom Kean wins

Tom Kean Jr. won the Republican primary for New Jersey’s 7th District.

Mississippi 2nd Congressional District Democratic primary results: Rep. Bennie Thompson wins

Rep. Bennie Thompson was nominated for the Democratic nomination in Mississippi’s 2nd Congressional District.

Los Angeles mayoral primary

Karen Bass and Rick Caruso are also on the ballot.

A candidate’s position regarding gun control laws is important, but more so for Democrats than Republicans – CBS News poll

Republican and Democratic voters tend to be on opposite sides of the debate on the issue of guns in America, but the issue seems to weigh more heavily on Democrats when it comes to voting. Although Democrats tend to feel more energized about how guns will impact their vote, Republicans are less likely to predict that a candidate’s position on gun policy would have an effect on their vote than Democrats.

For instance, a large majority of Republicans oppose a law restricting the AR-15 semi-automatic weapon, and most Republican voters would be less likely to vote for a candidate who supported such restrictions. Still, the percentage who say so is just over half, compared to three in four Democrats who would be more likely to vote for a candidate who supported restricting the AR-15. For three in 10 Republican voters, the issue would make no difference. This is true of just 12% of Democratic voters.

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