Jessica Morse, the Democratic candidate for Congressional District 4, thanks Megan Constancio, left, for voting along with her daughters Clara, 2, center, and Avery, 9, right, outside the Placer County polling place in Roseville on Tuesday June 5, 2018. With all precincts reporting, Republican incumbent Tom McClintock had 52 percent of the vote and was headed to the Nov. 6 general election where it’s expected he’ll face Mosre, who had 20 percent of the vote. Another Democrat, Regina Bateson, was at just under 13 percent and the other three candidates in the race – Republican Mitchell White, Democrat Roza Calderon and Democrat Robert Lawton – split the rest of the vote.
Jessica Morse, the Democratic candidate for Congressional District 4, thanks Megan Constancio, left, for voting along with her daughters Clara, 2, center, and Avery, 9, right, outside the Placer County polling place in Roseville on Tuesday June 5, 2018. With all precincts reporting, Republican incumbent Tom McClintock had 52 percent of the vote and was headed to the Nov. 6 general election where it’s expected he’ll face Mosre, who had 20 percent of the vote. Another Democrat, Regina Bateson, was at just under 13 percent and the other three candidates in the race – Republican Mitchell White, Democrat Roza Calderon and Democrat Robert Lawton – split the rest of the vote. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Jessica Morse, the Democratic candidate for Congressional District 4, thanks Megan Constancio, left, for voting along with her daughters Clara, 2, center, and Avery, 9, right, outside the Placer County polling place in Roseville on Tuesday June 5, 2018. With all precincts reporting, Republican incumbent Tom McClintock had 52 percent of the vote and was headed to the Nov. 6 general election where it’s expected he’ll face Mosre, who had 20 percent of the vote. Another Democrat, Regina Bateson, was at just under 13 percent and the other three candidates in the race – Republican Mitchell White, Democrat Roza Calderon and Democrat Robert Lawton – split the rest of the vote. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

I’m for her. Here’s your first look at the November race in Congressional District 4

June 06, 2018 09:05 AM