Capitol Alert

The latest on California politics and government

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The Bee's online election coverage began at 7 a.m. Here are highlights:

Here's what to watch in California's legislative and House races.

Few problems were reported across California, and fraud isn't weighing heavily on voters' minds.

Charles T. Munger Jr. has spent more than a half-million dollars to tell Californians that yes on Proposition 40 means no.

Gov. Jerry Brown voted for Proposition 34 to abolish the death penalty and then planned to go hiking. Watch our video.

Minor political parties aren't doing very well in the election.

VIDEO: Dan Walters asks whether California elections should borrow from Oregon.

Returns from the East Coast have started trickling in, while tallies of California's vote-by-mail ballots turned in ahead of Election Day should be available at shortly after the polls here close at 8 p.m.

While you're waiting, check out The Bee's Election Central for photo, video and news related to California campaigns.

Use our interactive map to predict the outcome of the presidential vote.

Join us at SacBee Live and tell us if you voted and report what's going on at your polling place, in your neighborhood, at your workplace.

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