The presidency is on the line as Americans head to the polls en masse Tuesday to elect a new commander-in-chief in a hotly contested race that has been fraught with controversy and scandal, and created a sharp political divide in the U.S.
While all eyes undoubtedly will be on the contest between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, a slew of competitive U.S. Senate and House of Representative races could reshape which party controls Congress.
Click here for live election results from CNN.
In California, a Democrat will replace longtime, outgoing Sen. Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate when voters choose between the state’s Attorney General, Kamala Harris, and Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, who represents the state’s 46th District in Orange County.
Click here for complete results and updates from the Los Angeles Times.
Additionally, California voters will vote on 17 statewide propositions, including one that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana (Proposition 64), two that deal with the death penalty (propositions 62 and 66) and two regarding plastic bags (propositions 65 and 67).
Click here for complete California election results from the Secretary of State’s Office.
Here are links to KTLA’s complete coverage of the 2016 election:
- Presidential Election Results
- U.S. Senate and House of Representatives Results
- Election Results: Hillary Clinton Projected to Win California
- California Election Results: Kamala Harris Projected to Win U.S. Senate Race
- Prop 52, Which Would Make Permanent a Hospital Fee Program That Helps Fund Medi-Cal, Expected to Pass
- Wealthiest Californians Will Continue to Pay Higher Income Taxes After Prop. 55 Passes
- California Prop 56, Initiative to Increase Cigarette Tax, Appears Poised to Pass
- Prop 57, Governor’s Push to Loosen Prison Parole Rules, Passes
- California Will Bring Back Bilingual Education as Prop. 58 Passes
- Election Results: California Prop 63 Gun Control Measure Passes
- California Election Results: Prop 64 Passes; Ballot Initiative Legalize Recreational Use of Marijuana
- Election Results: California’s 17 Propositions
- Stock Futures Drop Amid Tight Race Between Trump, Clinton
- Voters Frustrated After Polling Problems in Van Nuys
- Clinton and Trump Supporters Exchange Blows, Pepper Spray During Scuffle at Florida Polling Site
- Nevada Judge Denies Trump Campaign Lawsuit Over Early Voting
- Voters Cheer as 94-Year-Old World War II Veteran Casts Ballot in Missouri
- Hundreds Leave ‘I Voted’ Stickers on Tombstone of Suffragist Susan B. Anthony, Who Was Never Able to Vote
- Topless Protesters Detained After Crashing Donald Trump’s Manhattan Polling Place
- Democratic Group Sues to Extend Voting Hours in North Carolina County
- Election Day 2016 Finally Arrives Following Divisive Campaign
- Control of Congress up for Grabs Amid Competitive Races
- Prop 64: California Voters to Decide on Legalized Recreational Marijuana