June 3 Primary: In screenshots

June 3 Primary: In screenshots

Michele Ellson

 

The June 3 primary offered voters a light ballot devoid of drama, with a smattering of single-candidate county races and lopsided match-ups - some of which will be decided by voters again this fall. Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan ran unopposed, while first-term Assemblyman Rob Bonta beat his once and future challenger, David Erlich, garnering nearly 85 percent of the votes cast. Not many of them were, though - just 16.39 percent of Alameda County's registered voters cast ballots in the June primary that were counted by the end of the night (tens of thousands more are reportedly still left).

Here's the rundown of the races that were the most local to Alameda, in screenshots. The Alameda County Registrar of Voters has all your county election results, while the statewide contests are available on Secretary of State Debra Bowen's website.