The morning after the June primary election, we check in with a few of our favorite political junkies about the results, and ask how California fared using the new “top-two” primary system. We’ll discuss the outcomes of key races and hot ballot measures like the cigarette tax, pensions in San Jose and funding for San Francisco’s Coit Tower.
Corey Cook, assistant professor of politics and director of the Leo McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good at the University of San Francisco
Lisa Vorderbrueggen, political reporter and columnist for the Contra Costa Times
John Myers, political editor for KXTV in Sacramento
Mina Kim, reporter for KQED News