That and last year's criminal corruption trial against Menendez, which ended in a mistrial before prosecutors dropped the charges, have fueled Hugin's attacks. Californians statewide are voting in primary elections Tuesday.
Watkins said Nunes' staunch support for President Trump has not harmed him. Anyone in line at 8:00 pm will get to vote. "He will make a BIG difference!"
For more information on polling station locations, where to find your ballot and where to register and vote today as a "conditional voter", go to your local county election website.
Polls have begun closing in the eastern half of the United States as eight states hold primaries ahead of the November midterm elections.
With the possibility of a Democratic wave on the horizon, the elections will test voter enthusiasm, candidate quality and Trump's influence as each party picks its nominees to face off in November.
Cox is conservative and so is she, Gallistil, 62, of Fresno, said.
"Between mail ballots and provisional ballots, a close count always comes to the very end", the registrar said.
He said he voted because, "it's my duty".
The president "touches my heart", she said. But eligible voters who can't cast a ballot on June 7 still have the option of voting by special ballot at a returning office or through a home visit until Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET. No other state features more than three. That allows the possibility of two candidates from the same party qualifying.
More than 92,000 votes were cast as the race narrows to succeed Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, who can not run for a consecutive third term.
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The White House has been tight-lipped about Trump's preparations for the summit. "We're not going to go in and sign something on June 12th and we never were".
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants polling places to extend hours.
Cox, a business executive, has the GOP's best chance at earning a spot. Now Republicans like state Sen. Diane Feinstein is running for another term. Second place is far less certain. One Democrat working on the House campaigns pointed to the 39th district, which is split between Los Angeles County and Orange County and where the Democratic National Congressional Committee has been spending to get Gil Cisneros into a runoff. There are 11 unknown Republicans in the race and none was backed by the party.
That's more than registered Republicans and Democrats so the change might have an impact on the election. He has raised more money than all his Democratic challengers combined.
Malinowski, a former assistant secretary of State for democracy, human rights, and labor in the Obama administration, would face off with Lance, in a district Hillary Clinton carried by a narrow 1-point margin in 2016. "It's the kind of shake-up that could launch new political careers, or interrupt others", the Journal wrote.
"Our office is committed to ensuring every voter has a positive voting experience on Election Day", Duran wrote. "The Democrats are supposed to be the party of the underrepresented and the marginalized". He's facing seven candidates - one Democrat, two Republicans, two Green Party hopefuls and one member of the Peace and Freedom Party.
SENATE: Democrat Jon Tester is up for re-election. Matt Rosendale, the state auditor, seems to be the front-runner over Troy Downing, an Air Force veteran and entrepreneur; Russ Fagg, a former state district judge; and state Senator Al Olszewski.
That's certainly the case for vulnerable Alabama Rep. Martha Roby, a Republican who faces a hard primary challenge after becoming the first to withdraw her endorsement of Trump in 2016. That primary cliffhanger would leave Democrats on edge in a district that is highly winnable in the fall.
Heading into Tuesday, races for seats in the U.S. House, state land commissioner and the state's Public Regulation Commission are hot.
In California's gubernatorial primary, Democratic Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom is considered the front-runner in the race for an open seat that drew 27 candidates.
In New Mexico, a woman could be on her way to becoming the first Democratic Latina governor in United States history.