On March 3, California participated in the Super Tuesday presidential primaries for the first time since 2008. Democratic candidates competed for the rich delegate haul in California, Texas and a dozen other states, with 1,357 delegates at stake.
For the California primary election results, click here.
In the Bay Area, voters decided about questions ranging from funding for education to support of the SMART train. That race has attracted more than $2 million and an unprecedented surge of advertising.
Northern California Public Media has paid particular attention this election cycle to our Sonoma County Board of Supervisors races. We've interviewed incumbents Susan Gorin, Shirlee Zane and Lynda Hopkins and their challengers David Cook, Chris Coursey and Mike Hilber.
See all Sonoma County election results here.