Political Matchup Who Has The Best Odds to Win?

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Hot Races to Watch
 
US House
  • 1 Raul Ruiz (D) ##
  • 2 Erin Cruz (R) ##
  • 3 Mark Takano (D) ##
  • 4 Aja Smith (R) ##
  • 5 William O'Mara (D) ##
  • 6 Ken Calvert (R) ##
State Senate
  • 1 Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R) 51%
  • 2 Abigail Medina (D) 49%
State Assembly
  • 1 Sabrina Cervantes (D) ##
  • 2 Chris Raahauge (R) ##
  • 3 Jose Medina (D) ##
  • 4 Ali Mazarei (R) ##

2020 Riverside County Elections

Voted ballots must be received by the elections official no later than the close of the polls on election day or be postmarked on or before election day and received no later than three days after election day to be counted.

Riverside County 2020

Countdown to Election Day

  • 03 November, 2020
  • Polls open, 7:00 AM

Other Important Dates

Last Day to Register: October 19, 2020
 
Polling Locations Published: October 20 – 27, 2020
 

Recent News

New Podcast Update
October 20, 2020

Marc Troast and Brian Nestande discuss local election updates. Click below to listen

New Podcast Update
October 16, 2020

Marc Troast and Brian Nestande discuss local election updates. Click below to listen

New Podcast Update
October 13, 2020

Marc Troast and Brian Nestande discuss local election updates. Click below to listen

Our Podcast Discussion On the Latest
October 9, 2020

Marc Troast, Paulette Brown Hinds and Brian Nestande create odds for the local elections. Click below to listen

Riverside County Democrats Lead Going Into 2020 Election
September 24, 2020
The number of registered Democratic voters in Riverside County outnumber Republicans by a wide margin, compared to elections past. Read More [+]
San Bernardino mayor vetoes council-approved cap on campaign contributions
September 10, 2020
The city does not presently restrict how much someone can give a candidate for office. Read More [+]
DIAN TORRES SEEKS DISTRICT 4 SEAT IN PALM SPRINGS
August 17, 2020
Dian Torres, who describes herself as Mexican American/Latina, is one of two people challenging Mayor Pro Tem Christy Holstege in the Nov. 3 election to represent District 4 on the City Council. Read More [+]
Former Palm Springs councilman Mike McCulloch to challenge Christy Holstege in District 4
July 23, 2014
Mike McCulloch, a former Palm Springs city councilman, announced Thursday that he is running for Palm Springs City Council in District 4, facing off against Mayor Pro Tem Christy Holstege. Read More [+]

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