On June 22, Placer County, California, finished counting the votes from the June 5 primary. In the Assembly race, sixth district, three candidates had been on the ballot: Republican incumbent Assemblymember Beth Gaines; Democrat Regy Bronner, and Republican Andy Pugno.
Between the evening of June 5 and Friday afternoon, June 22, the tally had showed Gaines in first place and Bronner in second place. But in a surprise, the last ballots to be counted, late on June 22, put Pugno in second place. Therefore, the November election will list two very conservative Republicans on the ballot, and no one else. No write-in space will appear on the ballot. Both Gaines and Pugno are opponents of same-sex marriage and opponents of any tax increases. See this story. Thanks to Rob Richie for the link.